This podcast generally covers music and other transgressions. This episode is hosting by Dr. Rob Levy with Prof. J.M. Tuffley & Widgett Walls in attendance.
This episode’s central topic is Valentine’s Day and the music that can accompany it, or as the title says: songs of love, hate and indifference. To get there, we also discuss new releases, Glee vs. Kings of Leon, we discuss some artists we’ve recently lost, the fate of KUSF and possibly all of college radio, and Flavor Flav opens a chicken emporium.
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Another wonderful podcast. The album you missed(which surprised me with your collective musical knowledge) was “Here, My Dear” by Marvin Gaye.
This album not only told the story of Marvin Gaye’s first marriage to Anna Gordy and their subsequient divorce, but also a little bit about the romance with his second wife, Janis Hunter.
If memory serves me, part of the proceeds from this album were to go to Anna Gordy as part of their divorce settlement. The tracks cover the love, break up and new love scenarios wonderfully.
My favorite track from this album was “When Did Yoy Stop Loving Me, When Did I Stop Loving You?”. The lyrics and vocals exhibited the pain felt when a relationship ends badly.
Well, we said we were bound to miss something. Thanks for grabbing that one for us, Kevin. :-)