Rhymes Against Humanity with Adam Brodsky
About This Show
Interviews with Songwriters about their craft and other stuff too.
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RAH The Mary Tyler Moore Theme Song episode
Julie is in town and we got to talking about how much 13-year-old Adam enjoyed the MTM oeuvre. She was kind enough to sit on the other side of the Yeti (set to figure 8, natch) and listen to me harken back to those early boners. In my much less than comprehensive review of the amazing MTM's career, it should be said that I meant to, but forgot to mention her short lived variety show, 1978 I think. Y'know, Bay City Rollers, Shields and Yarnell, Paul Lynde, etc. A young member of the cast, was I believe a former weatherman from Indiana, David Lettersomething. What ever happened to that guy?
And we go out with Butch Ross covering Greg Brown. A song that will appear on Butch's new record in March. Click on his name and see the specificities of the project.
And remember, M
Rated 5 out of
RAH rocks! I love catching up with old folk/anti-folk friends' lives and careers without having to actually talk to them...But seriously, Brodsky's rapid fire interview technique keeps the storyline moving and he's an expert at drawing out his guests' best stories with help of all the common ground. Pod on!
Date published: 2015-01-15
Rated 5 out of
This is a bit of a niche show (interviews with primarily folk musicians) that seems to be expanding its horizons recently. Clever and thoughtful work by the interviewer, the amusingly Marc Maron-esque Adam Brodsky.
Date published: 2016-02-03