Thursday, January 25, 2007

Kendall's podcast

On the heels of Gerdon's fantastic podcast, I figured I better get my shit together. Do not worry -- no more sleepless nights for all those waiting -- my shit is together and thus, I present my first podcast. In "honor" of the Cincinnati Bengals, who enjoyed their 9th arrest in 9 months on Sunday night, I selected some of my favorite criminal songs covering topics such as DUI, domestic violence, and the Reggie McNeil offense: creating a disturbance because he couldn't get into a club after it had already closed. Here is the setlist (sorry to Van for cutting off some of And It Stoned Me - no disrespect, just a rookie mistake).

--> Podcast 1: My Tribute to the Cincinnati Bengals <--

1. Van Morrison - And It Stoned Me from Moondance
2. Uncle Tupelo - Criminals from March 16-20, 1992
3. The National - Lit Up from Alligator
4. THe Little Willies - Night Life from The Little Willies
5. Yo La Tengo - Mr. Tough from I Am Not Afraid of You And I Will Beat Your Ass
6. National Grain - Whiskey, Wine & Beer from National Grain
7. The Byrds - Life In Prison from Sweetheart of the Rodeo
8. Drive-By Truckers - Wife Beater from Gangstabilly
9. Merle Haggard - Mama Tried from Mama Tried
10. Iron & Wine and Calexico - Prison on Route 41 from In The Reins
11. Jackie Green - About Cell Block #9 from Sweet Somewhere Bound
12. Bob Marley & The Wailers - I Shot the Sheriff (live) from Songs of Freedom
13. The Silver Jews - Right to Remain Silent from The Natural Bridge

- BK


gerdon said...

Way to get it done. Good tunes sound good man.

IslamabadAss said...

Yes, I finally broke down and checked out the blog. I decided to play by my own rules. It freaks me out to hear your voice boom through my speakers. Great tribute to the queen city's finest.


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Bryan said...

THat's awesome! Thanks for the tip Gordo.

gerdon said...

Hey man, I like that Yo la Tengo song. I need to check them out. Way to sign off as well. That term is trademarked though...

bryan said...

The entire Yo La Tengo album is sweet, although not much of it sounds like Mr Tough.

Sorry about the trademark infringement. I also screwed up the delivery I believe. Doh!