Ep 44 - The TalkingJay Pt. 2

5/30/16

"If we're lousy, you're lousy with us"   52:21                                                                               Writer/Editor:  SK Morton                                                   CoHost:  Pete Feliciano                                           Producer/Sound Engineer:  Squidge McSqueezy                Guests:  OneWerd, Ric "Mightybone" Feliciano & Babette

"If we're lousy, you're lousy with us"

 

52:21                                                                               Writer/Editor:  SK Morton                                                   CoHost:  Pete Feliciano                                           Producer/Sound Engineer:  Squidge McSqueezy                Guests:  OneWerd, Ric "Mightybone" Feliciano & Babette

Ep 44 - The TalkingJay Pt. 2

It was nearly 2 years ago (September of 2014) that the Lousy San Francisco Podcast became a tremendously famous podcast that hardly anyone knew about.

That first barren success of SK's venture into internet chatter led to a string of semi-sub-occasional, not un-presentable content. This week's 2nd installment of his two-part "The TalkingJay" is just such a fruitless effort.

With a more in depth discussion of music with Ric "Mightybone" Feliciano for this episode, SK delicately introduces the Throng to the concept of not-shutting-up-enoughism as he deftly transitions from Feliciano's nickname, to his first years with the trombone, to a vocabulary lesson, to (And let's face it, the only music SK really wants to talk about) Billy Joel. 

Along the way, Pete and the show's other musical guest, Onewerd, find a way to keep SK on topic enough to talk about 2 of Mightybone's bands, Broken English and the Latin Rythm Boys. They even spend some time talking about the night's supposed theme: Local music venues such as the Honey Hive, Cigar Bar, the Turf Club, and the Boom Boom Room.

If it turns out that this is the episode SK finally breaks his podcast, Mightybone and OneWerd provide a decent reminder of what made it so famous for so few.