Wed, 4 April 2018
The heart of this episode is a discussion of Jim Jarmusch's third film, Down By Law. Released in 1986, its stars much like their characters in the movie have taken unique paths since this film. Some have stayed together while others have gone their separate ways. Terry tries to discuss this and probably too much else in this episode. Included in this episode is a discussion on I-4 (recorded while on I-4) and personal tales of New Orleans (the setting of this episode's film. This is the first leg of the Pod Road Trip or PRT. This leg takes us from Polk County, FL to New Orleans, LA. By the end of the trip, the discussions of films and albums will take us to Los Angeles after which the theme will change but the journeys are expected to continue.
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Sat, 9 August 2014
Terry here...I'm wrapping the She & Him/M. Ward discussion (for now) with an overview of the She & Him show in Nashville from 2013 and two of the M. Ward shows from earlier this year. I can honestly say that the whole story isn't here but the largely tangential parts left out should come in handy for inspiring other episodes of the podcast. I talk about one of their hard-to-find videos as well as two important members of the She & Him and M. Ward touring bands, Scott McPherson and Mike Coykendall as well as some other odds-and-ends that conclude this love letter of sorts to two of my favorite musical experiences that are out there today.
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