14 August 2008

Insatiable Banalities # 35 - Roadkill Love

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Insatiable Banalities 35, featuring Roadkill Love is now up as the podcast season of 2006 starts up. You can get it here.

Track List:
Song of Sedition. 20:40
What Do You Say. 28:38
Proof of Love. 34:30
Buy You a Ticket. 47:34

The feed, for podcatching software, is here. iTunes users can just search the iTunes Music Store for “canberra” (and look through the sparse pickings for “Insatiable Banalities”), or, if the mood takes you “insatiable”.

(Incidentally if the existing iTunes users could switch over to the music store feed it’d really help us out)

The file is hosted by Nerdvana, so it goes like a greased weasel.

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podcast 35 summary: incredible, we stack the cast with 6 musicians, and only manage to bring you 4 songs:
Sofie Haviland, Alex Asche, Mitchy the kid and Sharkey join regulars Jim Boots, John Boy, Gertrude and Kandy A, bringing a bag of Sofie and Alex’s songs, performed in-pod with collaborations aplenty. As usual tho, theres plenty of banter:
john-boy is in trouble with the UN Secretary General AND former US President Bill Clinton, and we present a dinner party analogy to the recent Danish Muhammad cartoons hoohar, for your understanding. We discuss it quite a bit, actually, but eventually we get to THE SEDITION SONG then were onto mice on fire, crayfish and the mechanical claw, which gets a bit, crowded, before Gertrude takes us away with WHAT DO YOU SAY a song by the sassy young SOPHIE HAVILAND who we finally talk to, 30 mins in, her travels, and from her last Aussie trip this studio recorded gem PROOF OF LOVE
There is more raucous discussion (verbal melee) relating to kangaroo lips, and Americal role in doing in Les Darcy, Phar Lap and celebrity kangaroos. Horse racing and boxing, did we mention Mitchy da Kid is in da house?
Naomi Watts wanders around naked while Sam Neil takes a dump out the back (1 degree of separation, take that Kevil Bacon!), this sort of thing is becoming all to common in our Pod. a bit of a run down of Naomi’s career, and the films of David Lynch, and we finish with Sofi’s song BUY YOU A TICKET apt given her immigration woes,
a bit messy, but songs that are moving and dear to us, here, for you, enjoy.

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