Mikeypod’s 80’s dance party!
I needed to take the intensity down a notch for an episode, so it’s an all pod un-safe episode with some off the beaten path 80’s tunes for you to enjoy. Also, a free CD giveaway. Listen for details.
Calling All Angels-Jane Siberry
Soundseeing of Free Frances Newton banner drop on bridges over highway 59.
Mind Blindness-Dirty on Purpose
Pair by Laurence Simon
Dakus Speaks #1
Contact Governor Perry by Telephone or fax:
* Citizen’s Assistance Hotline: (800) 843-5789
[for Texas callers] * Citizen’s Opinion Hotline: (800) 252-9600
[for Texas callers] * Citizen’s Assistance and Opinion Hotline: (512) 463-1782
[for Austin, Texas and out-of-state callers] * Office of the Governor Main Switchboard: (512) 463-2000
[office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. CST] * Citizen’s Assistance Telecommunications Device
If you are using a telecommunication device for the deaf (TDD), call 711 to reach Relay Texas
* Office of the Governor Fax: (512) 463-1849
In this episode I feature an interview with Jewel Nelms. Her daughter is scheduled to be executed on September 14th. For more information about the case and what you can do to stop her death visit www.freefrances.org
“Is This The World We Created” by Queen from the album The Works
Tonight I went to a meeting of The Committee to Free Frances Newton. Frances Newton is on death row for allegedly killing her Husband and two children. She is scheduled to be killed on September 14. I am going to continue podcasting at each of the events of this group that I participate in, and will be conducting interviews with people who are close to Frances and the case.
Due to the liberal use of the brown word in this episode, listener discretion is advised.
Promo: Illumination Audio
After reading an article in The Houston Press about a Downtown park that is infested with rats, Brandon, Holland, Kortney, and I (I think she said it was spelled with a K) decide to hunt for rats on our own. If nothing else, this soundseeing adventure should illustrate perfectly why I don’t date girls.
Review of The Black Math Experiment‘s show at Helio’s last weekend.
Music from The Black Math Experiment’s forthcoming album: “You Can Not Kill David Arquette”
Mikeypod Exclusive: Feet by Laurence Simon
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I recorded this week’s show in Audacity after reading Todd Cochran’s Podcasting: The Do It Yourself Guide. I am quite happy with the sound this week. YAY! Let me know how it sounds!
Hopestone Dance’s Artistic Director Jane Weiner is my guest this week. We spent a rainy friday afternoon together to discuss her upcoming performance The Cooking Show. Jane’s contribution to the arts in Houston, as well her dedication to bringing the arts to children who are at risk made her a perfect candidate to be a guest on the show. I hope you enjoy the interview.
This episode features music from Houston’s own The Black Math Experiment. They are appearing this Saturday 9:00 at Helios, 411 Westheimer. Cover is $5.00. See you there!
Other featured music:
I should mention that I discovered If Thousands thanks to Chris Doelle’s Pod Music Countdown Keep up the good work!
Finally, in my ADD moment during the show, I forgot Scott’s name. He started the quiz on qPodder about my sexy voice. Sorry Scott!
Until next week, thanks for listening and e-mail me your comments! mikeypod at gmail dot com.