podcast

Podcast: Coyle & Sharpe, Ep. 13: Foot Apple

| 0 comments


In the early 1960s, James P. Coyle and Mal Sharpe roamed the streets of San Francisco, microphone in hand, roping strangers into bizarre schemes and surreal stunts. Today, their humor is a cultural touchstone for artists as varied as Henry Rollins and The Upright Citizens Brigade.

These recordings are from the Sharpe family archive, which is tended by Mal's daughter, Jennifer Sharpe. You can learn more about Coyle & Sharpe on their website or on MySpace. Their recent box set is These 2 Men Are Imposters.

This week, Coyle & Sharpe talk seriously with a man about apples growing human feet, and how, if need be, he might herd them across the country.

Subscribe in iTunes
Podcast Feed
Discuss the show on the forum
Download This Episode

Hear This Episode


(Please give our server a moment to load after clicking play)

Podcast: Jordan, Jesse, Go!: Ep. 29: Hot Tubbin' with Ashkon

| 2 comments

This week's show features very special guest Ashkon, who's song "Hot Tubbin'" has been tearing up the Max Fun charts since its debut a few weeks ago.

Introduction
Jesse and Jordan are in a Dinosaur Park. They say dinosaur names they know, and give you a preview of the show to come.

Listener Calls
Happy pet stories (aka the Cat Came Back), First Time Drunk, Waiting on the Tow Truck, Crying at the Cracker Barrel... no, it's not Jordan's new country album, it's listener calls!

Calls from Listeners


Jordan receives some shoe advice and gets propositioned. He'll also be put on the internet in his underwear, for you to dress up.

People Who Listen to the Show Dial a Number and Leave a Message and Jordan and Jesse Talk About It


Longtime pal Brian shares a cautionary tail about knives, Jesse is corrected, and the definitive White-Guy-Know-It-All theory is offered.

Zoo Animal Showdown!
Monkey vs. Lion

Jesse introduces a new segment called Zoo Animal Showdown. This week's match up: Monkey Vs. Lion. Head to the forum to cast your vote!

Ashkon

Jordan and Jesse chat with Ashkon about wild nights in LA, his connection with Murder Inc.'s Irv Gotti, and, of course, hot tubbin' on the late night. Yadadamean?

Ashkon Performs

Ashkon performs an acoustic version of "Hot Tubbin'" and an awesome freestyle rap.

Outro:


Lots of action items this week!



ACTION ITEMS:


*Vote in the first round of the Zoo Animal Showdown! Visit the forum for details.
*Have you ever done something stupid? Think you can beat Brian's stabbing the crap out of his hands? Call in and tell us about it!
*Coming Soon: Dress up Paper Doll Jordan on our flickr page!
*Check out Ashkon at www.gradschoolmusic.com


CONTINUING ACTION ITEMS:

* Review the show on iTunes.

* Do you have a dispute Judge John Hodgman can solve on a future broadcast? Email it to us! Put Judge John in the subject line.

* Have personal questions for Jesse and Jordan? Call 206-984-4FUN and tell us what they are!

* Would you like to play Would You Rather with us on a future episode? Email us or give us a call at 206-984-4FUN.

Call 206-984-4FUN to share your thoughts on these ACTION ITEMS.

Subscribe in iTunes

Podcast Feed


Discuss the show on the forum

Download This Episode

Hear This Episode Now



Our theme music: "Love You" by The Free Design, courtesy of The Free Design and Light in the Attic Records

Podcast: TSOYA Classic: Old Men

| 1 comment
Watch Mr. Wizard
Show: 
Bullseye

 Shelley Berman We continue our journey into The Sound of Young America's vast audio archive with this program from The Sound of Young America Classics.

This episode features a couple of old fogies. You probably know him best as Larry David's dad on Curb Your Enthusiasm - but Shelley Berman has been a legend in the comedy world since the 1950's. He was a co-founder of Second City and his debut album Inside Shelley Berman won the first non-music Grammy Award...ever.

We also talk with Don Herbert AKA Mr. Wizard AKA Donny Hizza. He was the host and creator of the 1950's children's program Watch Mr. Wizard and its 1990's Nickelodeon revival Mr. Wizard's World. He eats the whole time he's being interviewed.

Podcast: TSOYA: Elmore Leonard

| 1 comment
Elmore Leonard
Show: 
Bullseye

Elmore Leonard is one of America's most treasured and acclaimed writers of popular fiction. He's written 41 novels, having started writing westerns for magazines in the 50s. His latest, "Up in Honey's Room," is set on the homefront during World War II, a war of which Leonard is himself a veteran.

You might also enjoy these past programs:
"Elements of Style" with writer George Pelecanos and illustrator Maira Kalman
Neal Pollack, author of "Alternadad"
Chuck Klosterman & Dave Foley

Our intersititial music is provided by Dan Wally

Podcast: TSOYA: Dave Hill

| 0 comments
Dave Hill
Show: 
Bullseye

Comedian Dave Hill has taken the New York comedy world by storm over the last three years. His stage show, "The Dave Hill Explosion," has hosted celebs like Sandra Bernhard and Dick Cavett. He's also made a name for himself online, with videos for Superdeluxe, among other venues. His most recent project is a television series for the Mojo network, called "King of Miami."

You might also enjoy these past programs:
Michael Cera (Arrested Development)
Bob Odenkirk (Mr. Show)
Sarah Thyre (Strangers with Candy)

Our intersititial music is provided by Dan Wally

Podcast: TSOYA Classic: Rock Snobs

| 3 comments
The Rock Snob's Dictionary: An Essential Lexicon of Rockological Knowledge
Show: 
Bullseye
Guests: 
Steven Daly
Guests: 
Ira Kaplan
Guests: 
Greg Proops

We continue our journey into The Sound of Young America's vast audio archive with this program from The Sound of Young America Classics.

Our Guests: Steven Daly is a contributing editor at Vanity Fair and the co-author of The Rock Snob's Dictionary: An Essential Lexicon of Rockological Knowledge.


Ira Kaplan is a co-founder, vocalist, guitarist, and songwriter of the veteran indie rock band Yo La Tengo. We talk with Ira about their 2004 best-of compilation - Prisoners of Love, playing cover songs, and fund raising for WFMU.

In 2006, Yo La Tengo released their 14th LP, I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass to critical acclaim.

Greg Proops is a stand-up and improv comedian, best known for his appearances on both the U.K. and American versions of Whose Line is it Anyway.

Podcast: Coyle & Sharpe, Ep. 12: Mailman, Give Us Your Mail

| 0 comments


In the early 1960s, James P. Coyle and Mal Sharpe roamed the streets of San Francisco, microphone in hand, roping strangers into bizarre schemes and surreal stunts. Today, their humor is a cultural touchstone for artists as varied as Henry Rollins and The Upright Citizens Brigade.

These recordings are from the Sharpe family archive, which is tended by Mal's daughter, Jennifer Sharpe. You can learn more about Coyle & Sharpe on their website or on MySpace. Their recent box set is These 2 Men Are Imposters.

This week, Coyle & Sharpe try to convince a mailman to let them deliver his mail. They promise not to do any "rifling".

Subscribe in iTunes
Podcast Feed
Discuss the show on the forum
Download This Episode

Hear This Episode


(Please give our server a moment to load after clicking play)

Podcast: TSOYA Classic: Baseball

| 1 comment
Show: 
Bullseye

We continue our journey into The Sound of Young America's vast audio archive with this program from The Sound of Young America Classics.

On this week's show, a celebration of America's Pastime. We've got baseball trivia with Tim & Eric, creators of the Cartoon Network's "Tom Goes to the Mayor", Will Carroll, author of the The Baseball Prospectus, and author/former major league pitcher Bill "Spaceman" Lee.

Also, a public service announcement regarding barber shop quartets.

Please share your thoughts on the show in the comments section!

Download This Week's Show
Subscribe to TSOYA Classic in iTunes
Please Donate to Support the Show

Listen to This Week's Show


Podcast: Jordan, Jesse, Go!: Ep 28: Life Improvements

| 0 comments

In this week's Jordan Jesse GO!, we do we what we usually do: Talk about things Jordan's doing wrong in life.

Introduction

Jesse and Jordan are in the middle of a Wild West shootout. They talk a lot about Mortal Kombat, and a little bit about Jordan playing videogames in the nude.

Clothing

40 year-olds dressing like 16 year-olds, estate sales put on by the living, and "dilfs" - Could LA be the worst place in the world? Also, Jesse gives Jordan some fashion advice.

Music


We take a look at Jordan's iPod, and discuss "Dude-know-it-alls".

Plugs


Help bring the Sound of Young America to your local public radio station.

Listener Calls

Lots of listener calls this week: Thanks JJ Go!, Jesse gets lied to, Army of Darkness doesn't suck, a sad call, and peeing in Staples vs. graduating high school.

Outro

It's a doozy.
ACTION ITEMS


*Let's say Jordan ever wanted to wear a pair of shoes...which should he wear?
*Give us your thoughts on the topic of "dude-know-it-alls".


CONTINUING ACTION ITEMS:

* Review the show on iTunes.

* Do you have a dispute Judge John Hodgman can solve on a future broadcast? Email it to us! Put Judge John in the subject line.

* Have personal questions for Jesse and Jordan? Call 206-984-4FUN and tell us what they are!

* Would you like to play Would You Rather with us on a future episode? Email us or give us a call at 206-984-4FUN.

Call 206-984-4FUN to share your thoughts on these ACTION ITEMS.

Subscribe in iTunes

Podcast Feed


Discuss the show on the forum

Download This Episode

Hear This Episode Now



Our theme music: "Love You" by The Free Design, courtesy of The Free Design and Light in the Attic Records

Podcast: Coyle & Sharpe, Ep. 11: The Droner

| 1 comment


In the early 1960s, James P. Coyle and Mal Sharpe roamed the streets of San Francisco, microphone in hand, roping strangers into bizarre schemes and surreal stunts. Today, their humor is a cultural touchstone for artists as varied as Henry Rollins and The Upright Citizens Brigade.

These recordings are from the Sharpe family archive, which is tended by Mal's daughter, Jennifer Sharpe. You can learn more about Coyle & Sharpe on their website or on MySpace. Their recent box set is These 2 Men Are Imposters.

This week, "San Francisco's newest, freshest talent: James P. Coyle, a Droner."

Subscribe in iTunes
Podcast Feed
Discuss the show on the forum
Download This Episode

Hear This Episode


(Please give our server a moment to load after clicking play)

Syndicate content