Tag: Guided By Voices
Episode 1614: More Songs About Trees and Trees
On a recent pod about Arbor Day (episode 1601), we left the door open for listeners to make their own show about trees. Vasant Ramamurthy just walked through that door. He picks seven tree-related tunes for your listening pleasure.
Episode 1553: American Band Madness Update: Region B First Round Winners!
Kevin Clement (college team: LSU) and Mark Neese (Michigan State) join Jim to analyze the results of some first-round matchups in the American Band Madness tournament.
Episode 1492: Five Degrees of Parks
To kick off the week, Scott Parks joins the pod to explain the concept behind something we’re going to call Five Degrees of Parks.
Episode 1491: Patrick and Scott’s World Cup Preview
In advance of the 2022 World Cup, Patrick and Scott Parks preview the group stage… with a musical twist!
Episode 1322: Radio Songs – Nirvana, Bikini Kill, Slim Dunlap, Josh Ritter, Guided By Voices
We conclude Radio Week by showcasing Friday and weekend DJs you’ll hear on Rockin’ the Suburbs Radio: Mackensi Crenshaw, Keith Jacobsen, Vasant Ramamurthy, Jim Lenahan, Kevin Bartlett, Mike Kohli and Scott Parks.
Episode 1271: TV/Radio Songs
Tim Hoffman fills in for Jim & Patrick and talks about songs that reference TV or radio.
Episode 885: Guided By Voices’ New Classic Lineup
Scott Parks, a patron of the podcast, joins us and invites friend Justin Steiner to come along on a journey through Guided By Voices’ last seven albums.
Episode 772: 2019 Favorites – Guided By Voices, Vampire Weekend, Purple Mountains
Three listener calls today! More favorites from 2019. Harris tells us about Purple Mountains. Mike Snider calls in to talk about Vampire Weekend. And Tim Hoffman shares his love for Guided By Voices. Plus, we open a big box from Keith Jacobsen!
Episode 85: Fan Mail Friday 5
It’s an episode programmed by you, the listeners! This edition of Fan Mail Friday includes songs by Bonny Doon, Concrete Blonde, the Spice Girls with Echo & the Bunnymen (what?), the Lightning Seeds, Better Than Ezra and more. (There’s even a song about poo; it was bound to happen.) Our friend Adam Woodard joins in the fun.