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Episode 8 (2/18/11)

datetime posted by on February 18, 2011 at 8:40 pm | comments Comments (0)

Goodrob13 Music Show

Goodrob13 Music Show episode 8:

  • figuring out the best spot to stand on the train platform,
  • my weird experience coming out of the PATH station this morning,
  • scaffolding in NYC,
  • being more efficient when paying for groceries,
  • most people in front of me in line taking 10 times longer than I do,
  • bank tellers and post offices,
  • most people entering and exiting elevators too slowly,
  • unusually warm weather,
  • my hatred of obnoxiously loud motorcycles,
  • why it’s so important to leave comments on podcasts,
  • the importance of online interaction and discussion,
  • buying an electric guitar soon,
  • and being realistic and reasonable about my music equipment and prices.

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Episode 6 (2/16/11)

datetime posted by on February 16, 2011 at 10:47 pm | comments Comments (0)

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Goodrob13 Music Show episode 6:

  • watching TV shows illegally,
  • growing up with free 24 hour streaming radio and TV content,
  • getting used to paying for songs and TV shows on computers,
  • getting used to paying for cable TV years ago,
  • the fragmented world of online music and TV content (iTunes, Netflix, Hulu Plus, Rhapsody, etc.),
  • the Overnightscape Central podcast,
  • Wayne from Sparetime Radio talking about George Carlin,
  • most people being too arrogant and/or afraid to admit they’ve been lied to, poisoned, and cheated their whole lives,
  • turning a blind eye vs. dealing with new knowledge and stressors,
  • my questions about chemtrails,
  • socially acceptable smoke vs. unacceptable smoke,
  • and dangerous substances being viewed as harmless to people who grew up with them.

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Episode 1 (2/8/11)

datetime posted by on February 8, 2011 at 9:03 pm | comments Comments (0)

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Since I haven’t had time to post anything here in the past few months, I’ve decided to start recording a music-related podcast during my commute to and from work and post that as frequently as possible. It’ll help make my commute go by more quickly and will allow me to express my thoughts and post new content several times a week!

Goodrob13 Music Show episode 1:

  • The Overnightscape Underground podcast network,
  • Frank Nora,
  • The Paunch Stevenson Show,
  • walking to my office in Manhattan,
  • figuring out where to post the Goodrob13 Music Show,
  • growing up with old music,
  • percussion instruments and humor,
  • starting rock bands in high school,
  • being the one who could figure out songs by ear,
  • figuring out how to play guitar on my own,
  • making my first home recordings,
  • starting a band as an adult instead of a teenager,
  • 1990s grunge/alternative rock,
  • the evolution of rock music from the late 1950s through the early 1980s,
  • experiencing the evolution of rock music in the 1990s in real-time,
  • the premature death of alternative rock in 1996,
  • not being able to write music,
  • the excitement of experiencing a current band’s progression in real time vs. exploring an old band’s catalog,
  • three reasons I find current music unlistenable (oversimplified, overperfected, and overprocessed),
  • the progressive lack of dynamic range in music since the mid 1990s,
  • Weird Paul Petroskey,
  • the natural power of musical instruments and simpler recordings,
  • deceptively simple songs like “She Loves You,”
  • digitally remastered CDs usually sound worse than older versions,
  • and your music suggestions!

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