Podcast 24A

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See also: They Might Be Giants Friday Night Family Podcast

Host: Cecil Portesque
Date published: April 23, 2007
Show length: 20:00
Subscribe: XML Feed / iTunes
Download MP3: tmbg.com (7 MB)
Audio quality: 48kbps (VBR) MP3, Mono


Description[edit | edit source]

"Hosted by public radio's Duke of Dead Air-Cecil Portesque-broadcasting from a secret, very futuristic location. Includes exclusive They Might Be Giants recordings, previews and rarities."

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To see what music is played during the narrator patter segments and copyright notice of this podcast, head to Patter Music.
Welcome back everybody, I'm your host and I'm your DJ Cecil. It is the season of The Else, ladies and gentlemen. But first I want to back announce all of the tracks we just played for you. Employee Of The Month off the They Might Be Giants Myspace page, Devil Spawn off the WIRED Magazine ringtones, Truth In Your Words from the McSweeny's Issue Number 6, Spare The Rock Theme from the radio program Spare The Rock.
That was the Muckafurgason with You're A Liar, produced by John Flansburgh off their Muckafurgason album. Before that you heard The Joker from They Might Be Giants live in New York, Flying V from Here Come The ABCs, Fun Assassin, and before that Why Did You Grow A Beard? recorded live in Nyack, New York at a benefit for Generation Schools. That school is being built, by the way, so congratulations and thanks to everyone involved with that benefit performance. You are listening to They Might Be Giants Podcast 24. I'm your host Cecil. Talk to you soon.
  • [19:02] - "Green Eggs And Ham" - Bob Dylan impersonation from the "Dylan Hears A Who!" project[1]