Jul 1, 2022
Chris and Randall discuss the last 99 episodes before taking a little hiatus of perhaps a couple of months.
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Jun 22, 2022
Randall asserts that (US-made) Vietnam War movies nearly universally serve to exonerate US conduct in the war — a war whose purpose is only to oppress indigenous people, further colonialism, and expand empire.
Vietnam movies discussed include:
The Green Berets (1968)
Coming Home (1978)
The Deer Hunter (1978)
Jun 18, 2022
Chris and Randall talk psychedelic music with musician Robert Ciccone.
Topics discussed include:
origins and influences
The Grateful Dead
Jimi Hendrix Experience
Tomorrow Never Knows
What is the...
Jun 10, 2022
Chris and Randall talk to Jerry about his wide-ranging career in the arts.
Jerry Leibowitz is known for:
The Mouse and the Monster (TV series 1996-1997)
Atomic Puppet (TV series 2016-2017)
experimental music (which we don't discuss)
Jun 2, 2022
Chris and Randall welcome guest Bill Gucwa to discuss the genre of music bio-pics.
We each pick three favorites:
1. Ray (2004) Ray Charles
2. La Vie En Rose (2007) Édith Piaf
3. Get On Up (2014) James Broawn
1. The Runaways (2010) The Runaways
2. Behind The Candelabra (2013) Liberace