Wednesday, April 25, 2007

UW Attic #29: About that day job

Your Uncle Warren and Dave Slusher have thoughts (separately) about the value to the creative process of having a day job. Dave, of course, is the guy behind the Evil Genius Chronicles and other important endeavors, and in this particular episode he refers to Hugh MacLeod's "Sex and Cash Theory."

Along the way we bring you music from the Podsafe Music Network and myself: "Write About Me" by Jeff Coffey ... "The Future," an aural collage by w.p. bluhm ... "Slugbug" by The Egerton Boyz ... "The Maid on the Shore" by Ceili Moss ... "She's Wild" by People Coyote ... and finishing with "Sweet Sarah Wilde" by w.p. bluhm.

Thursday, April 19, 2007

UWA 28.5: Special Edition - Farewell Sanjaya

If you haven't been watching "American Idol," this little seven-minute tribute will make no sense to you. If you have, it speaks for itself.

Back soon with a "real" episode.

Saturday, April 07, 2007

Shoppers beware!

I just noticed that Amazon is selling Linda Perhacs' Parallelograms for more than $37 a pop, so as much as I'd love for you to visit my UWA A-store, if you liked the taste in UWA #28, I strongly encourage you to order the disk off Linda's own site for $14.99 plus shipping. In fact, I'm going to go in and delete her from my store as a preventive measure. It's a wonderful album, but I have an inkling Linda will get the same amount of revenue anyway if you buy at the lower price.

Thursday, April 05, 2007

UW's Attic #28: Parallelograms

Linda Perhacs made one of the great "lost" albums that has recently been found and re-released to great acclaim. This week's UWA gives you a mini-tour of Parallelograms. Then it's off to the late 1930s and Pretty Kitty Kelly. A little Ames Brothers ... a little Zax ... another taste of "The Dog Song" ... a Piney Creek Weasels encore ... and before you can say "Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters," we're outta there again. Have fun!

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