Thursday, August 10, 2006

Bo Bo Jo Jamaican Albino Podcast - Episode #3 - "Dream Bands"

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Episode 3 of the Bo Bo Jo Jamaican Albino Podcast find Andrew and I assembling our "Dream Band" one musician at a time. It's the kind of debate where points are made vehemently and argued without a single shred of rational evidence. The kind of hypothetical discussion that could end friendships under the right circumstances. Normally these kind of conversations take place in bars, late at night, and end with someone storming out of the room, but the friendly confines of the Podcast seem to be an adequate alternative arena for it to take place. So check out both of our "Dream Bands", where we play a song from each musician, and then play a crazy amalgamation of what the band might sound like if they came together in the studio.

Our Dream Bands consist of the following musicians:


Fred Thomas
Django Reinhardt
Michael Shrieve
Bill Stevenson
Freddie Mercury
Phil Lesh
Jeff Mangum
Robert Johnson
Marc Ribot
Bob Marley

Who picked who? What will these musical superstars assembled sound like? Who the hell is Michael Shrieve? Tune into the Bo Bo Jo Jamaican Albino Podcast to find out!


Please download the podcast here: (128k mp3, 126:30, 115.0 mb)

or subscribe, using iTunes, or whatever other service you use, via this feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/SanDiegoSerenadePodcast

It's a 128 bit MP3, and is just over two hours of rockin' tunes.

In addition, below are some of the videos and links we talk about in the podcast, gathered here for your viewing pleasure:



Santana - Soul Sacrifice (Live at Woodstock)




Elton John & Axl Rose perform Bohemian Rhapsody at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert




Tom Waits w/ Marc Ribot - Jockey Full of Bourbon (Live in Warsaw)



Download the Warsaw show at Captain's Dead

And once again, please download the podcast here: (128k mp3, 126:30, 115.0 mb)

or subscribe, using iTunes, or whatever other service you use, via this feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/SanDiegoSerenadePodcast

It's a 128 bit MP3, and is just over two hours of rockin' tunes.