The Lodi Public Library discusses culture with its staff and local community.
John, Andrea and Emily discuss legendary Japanese animator and storyteller, Hayao Miyazaki, and two of his visionary films: Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984) and Princess Mononoke (1997).
"Baby, I'm amazed at the way you podcast all the time
And maybe I'm afraid of the way I love you."
Alex and John discuss the individual Beatles albums of 1970 and draft songs from each album to make their own personal Beatles album of 1970.
"One more time on the podcast / One more time to be free."
Alex and John discuss The Clash and punk rock music before sharing their playlists for the 1980 triple album Sandinista!, released just one year after London Calling.
Opening conversation about The Clash and punk music 0:00-36:00
Sandinista playlists 36:01-93:00
"Guilty of being the God of Mischief? Yes. Guilty of finding this all incredibly tedious? Yes. Guilty of a crime against the Sacred Timeline? Absolutely not. You have the wrong podcast."
Lindsey, Emma, Jensen, and Becky dive into the Marvel Cinematic Universe to discuss the Disney TV miniseries' "WandaVision" and "Loki."
Produced by Becky Collyard
"You don't want to get mixed up with a podcast like me. I'm a loner, a rebel."
Lindsey, John, and Becky discuss three lesser-known "big" Tim Burton movies, "Pee Wee's Big Adventure," "Big Fish," and "Big Eyes."
"Why you no podcast? / Why you no even care?"
Alex is joined by Lindsey Meekhof and Emma VanderKooi to discuss the new HBO limited series "The White Lotus" and John Mayer's eighth full-length studio release "Sob Rock."
Intro - 0.00 to 1:09
The White Lotus - 1:10 to 43:00
Sob Rock - 43:01 to 01:39:30
Recommendations - 01:39:31 to 01:46:17
Lindsey: "Steam" by Leon Bridges
Emma: "Peaches" by Westo...
"Podcasts need three basic things in order to be content: they need to feel competent at what they do; they need to feel authentic in their lives; and they need to feel connected to others."
Alex, Jodi, and Laurie discuss Lodi's first Community-Wide Read of Sebastian Junger's book Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging. They reflect on the panel event in July, what went well and what might be done differently, and wher...
"Podcasts don't mind hardship, in fact they thrive on it; what they mind is not feeling necessary. Modern society has perfected the art of making people not feel necessary. it's time for that to end."
Alex, Becky, John, and Lindsey discuss Lodi's first Community-Wide Read of Sebastian Junger's book Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging. They reflect on the panel event in July, what went well and what might be d...
"But look, I made you a podcast. Daddy made you your favorite, open wide."
Alex is joined by Lindsey Meekhof and Emma VanderKooi to discuss two triumphant releases in May 2021: Bo Burnham's "Inside" and Olivia Rodrigo's "Sour."
Bo Burnham 00:00:30 - 1:04:13
Olivia Rodrigo: 1:04:14 - 1:43:49
End Show Recommendations: 1:43:50 - 1:50:59
END SHOW RECOMMENDATIONS:
Alex: "Traffic!" by Katy Kirby
"I won't be late for this, late for that, late for the podcast of my life."
John, Becky, and special guest Claire Schoenemann discuss the American folk rock band, The Lumineers, and make playlists out of their three albums: The Lumineers, Cleopatra, and III.
Produced by Becky Collyard
"Strange things are afoot at the Duck Town Podcast."
John and Becky discuss "The Mummy" and "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure." They also delve into other things John hates and Becky loves...and vice versa.
Produced by Becky Collyard
"Lay down your money and you play your part / Every podcast has a hungry heart."
Alex and John talk about American music legend Bruce Springsteen. Then they make playlists out of The Boss's 1980 classic THE RIVER, using the official LP and the extra tracks released on 2016's THE TIES THAT BIND.
"Why a podcast, cousin? Why not an axe?"
"Because it's DULL you twit!"
Alex, Becky, and John discuss 1991's romantic adventure film "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves."
"If you want to podcast, you've got to be willing to pay the ultimate price. It's not tragic to die doing what you love."
Alex, Becky, and John discuss two classic thrillers from 1991: Point Break and Silence of the Lambs.
Baby steps to the podcast feed.
Alex, Becky, Jodi, and John discuss two movies from 1991: The Fisher King and What About Bob?
Drive carefully and don't forget to fasten your podcast.
Alex, Becky, and John dive deeper into 1991 with a discussion of Sleeping With the Enemy and Father of the Bride.
I need your clothes, your boots, and your podcast.
Alex, Becky, and John kick off their series on the movies of 1991 with a discussion of Terminator 2: Judgement Day.
We're doing good, we're on a new podcast. Been saying yes instead of no.
Alex, John, and guest Emma VanderKooi make playlists out of Taylor's Swift's two albums from 2020: Folklore and Evermore.
Never have we been a blue, calm sea. We have always been a podcast.
Alex and John discuss Fleetwood Mac's 1979 double album Tusk.
Why don't we do a music podcast in the road?
Alex and John discuss their history of listening to the Beatles and talk about their own playlisted versions of the White Album.
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