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The Sound Board #21: Obscured By The Cloud(s)

Pink Floyd: Obscured By Clouds

This podcast generally covers music and other transgressions. This month’s episode is hosted by Prof. J.M. Tuffley with support from Dr. Rob Levy and Widgett Walls, custodian.

This episode’s central topic is: the Cloud and how it will affect your music buying experience. Along with that there’s, among other things, The National Jukebox, Pink Floyd immersion sets, Clarence Clemons, Carl Gardner, Glen Campbell, Lauryn Hill, reality TV music shows and Justin Bieber’s hair.


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1 comment

  • Gentlemen:
    Another wonderful podcast. I would be intrigued by a “32 Days of Pink Floyd” podcast series, because I was late to the Pink Floyd party.
    Also, I agree with Mr. Walls on the concept of letting a music storage system know my musical tastes. Enough of the “if you like this, you might like this” pervades through online sellers and video sites. That can be helpful, and doesn’t really bother me.
    However, if I loaded my music library to an online storage program (due to its variety), the suggestions would overload my computer and cause it to explode! It’s not paranoid, Mr. Walls, to question this. It’s paranoid to think that the music storage system will point and laugh at your music tastes. (“Jim Nabors? You’ve got to kidding me! Now,let’s talk about this William Shatner catalog.)