Thu, 22 June 2006
It's the epicurean episode. There's talk of great gobs of gorgeous food, savory juices and sweet succulent desserts. You'll smile, you'll drool, and you'll have to force yourself to not go directly to the grocery store after listening to folks talk about the exquisite act of eating.
Show music from GarageBand.com:
Robert Eldridge: "Mas Cerveza"Thanks for listening, and please remember you can subscribe to The Membrane on iTunes.
Blushing Brides TX: "Rachel"
Direct download: membrane_4.mp3
Category:interview -- posted at: 9:50pm EDT
Sat, 17 June 2006
In this episode you will embark upon a journey into my head to discover why this podcast is called The Membrane. You will cruise the Seven Cranial Seas and come out the other side changed in powerfully imperceptible ways.
When it's over, you will be stricken with the urge to demand a refund, but do not give in to this urge. Steel yourself. Be brave. Things will get better in the weeks ahead. Or not.
Music in this episode:
"Boogie Board": The Surfonics - GarageBand.comOne may be inclined, as a podcaster, to make apologies for a lack of substance in something one produces. This, right now, is me fighting the urge to do that.
"Ships in the Fog": Manolo Camp - Opsound.org
"Elevator": Red Eye Jedi
I told you it was skullduggery!
Direct download: membrane_3.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:21pm EDT
Fri, 2 June 2006
Take a little trip to the Hollywood Forever Cemetery and experience a juicy slice of the Day of the Dead celebration.
Craig Jacks: "Metro Morning"The tunes are from opsound.org and GarageBand.com
Dave Green: "A Haunting Tune"
Casperson: "Look Away"
Thanks for listening.
Direct download: membrane_2.mp3
Category:documentary -- posted at: 7:01pm EDT