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The Sound Board #34: Your Scapegoat Finally Gets a Word In

Elvis Hips Censored

This podcast generally covers music and other transgressions. This month’s episode is helmed by Prof. Tuffley with Dr. Rob Levy providing backup and Widgett on hand because every podcast needs a guy wearing an alarm clock around his neck.

This episode’s central topic is: remember the good old days when music and musical shenanigans could shock you? Yeah, us neither. We also discuss: new albums coming; festival lineups; mourning the losses of George Jones, Phil Ramone and Storm Thorgerson; music helping out with the situation in Boston; your Rock and Roll Hall of Fame bitchfest update and more.


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  • Gentlemen:

    A wonderful podcast. The thing to remember is that the PMRC was funded by Mike Love (from the Beach Boys) and Joseph Coors (owner of the Coors Brewing Company).
    Any cause that united Frank Zappa, Dee Snider and John Denver to testify against censorship in front of a Senate Committee deserved to be destroyed.

  • That being said, Zappa, Snider and Denver should have gone on and fought crime together.

    Seriously, who wouldn’t have watched that show?

    Thanks for the comment.