This podcast generally covers music and other transgressions. This episode stars Prof. J.M. Tuffley & Dr. Rob Levy with Widgett Walls in the chair and trying to keep up.
This episode’s central topic turned out to be threefold: first, Widge gets an education into remastering: the good, the bad and the marketing ploys. A smaller discussion of online music sales and touring blew up into something much larger. Also discussed: the Grammys; RIP: Trish Keenan of Broadcast; Aretha Franklin; Rolling Stone screws the pooch; MySpace and its impending death; Facebook Confessional! and more.
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just wondering, are those empty seats from Skydome/Rogers Centre or whatever it’s called this year, in Toronto?
Wayne: No idea…we just grabbed a pic of empty seats and ran with it. :-)
Didn’t make it through the whole podcast yet (Firefox crashed) but wanted to let you know: There is a TON of region based IP-filtering on youtube for the German audience. It’s barely usable for some people, who just want to watch music videos on it.
Dom: Hence: piracy.
Just thought I’d mention that the direct download link links to episode 15!
Thanks, Dan. Should be fixed now.