Radio Free Burrito: Episode Nineteenwil, · Categories: Books, Music
Holy Crap, it's time for a new episode of Radio Free Burrito!
Yeah, it's two days late, but this time I have an actual note which excuses my tardiness … but I can't show it to you, so you'll just have to trust me.
- The logo was designed by WWdN:iX reader Marc, who asked that I not link to his "in progress" website. Thanks, Marc!
- Radio Free Burrito doesn't work as hard to earn its [EXPLICIT] tag as Memories of the Futurecast does, but it still manages to upset mom and get Twitter breakup messages from sensitive people. You have been warned.
- This week's theme music is a version of Surfin Bird by Pee Wee Herman. This is why.
- On today's show, I read the blog entry I wrote yesterday called there and back again. I'm not going to lie to you, Marge: I kind of dig the way it came to life.
- If you like hearing me read my own work, you'll probably enjoy the audio version of Just A Geek, which is now available as an audiobook from Lulu, with the rest of my work. *ding!*
- I also played a song called Opium Head, which is the title track of the latest album from Solace.
- You may want to find a way to sync Jupiter and Beyond the Infinite from 2001 with Pink Floyd's Echoes.
- This is what the Cinerama Dome looked like back in the day. (That picture comes from a wonderful blog post that Los Angeles history nerds will probably enjoy reading.)
- This page has everything you ever wanted to know about the Dome, including pictures of its construction, interior, and some famous 70MM engagements.
- I mentioned ambient music in my story. I love ambient, and here's an post I wrote a long time ago that's all about ambient music.
- The music I played underneath my story is called Red Shifted Harmonies, by DAC Crowell.
- This episode is just over 30 minutes long. 12 seconds over, actually.
- This episode is about 28MB.
- This episode doesn't have artwork embedded, because I still can't figure out how to get it into the goddamn file without exporting as .m4a and converting to .mp3, doubling the filesize in the process. I mean, I could probably figure it out if I spent a lot of time working on it, but that's not nearly as fun as just producing the show.
- This is the end of the notes.
Ready? Then put on your headphones and
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