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Episode 145: You Do You Anthems

Episode 145: You Do You Anthems

Got a personal philosophy but as a song? This is the week for you! Personal anthems are songs that represent that philosophy that is you are gets you to strive to keep on keeping on. Both Mitchell and Amy hadn’t come across a song before this week and hilarity ensues after some seriousness.

Episode 120: Na-na-na-na-na-Whooooooaaaa

Episode 120: Na-na-na-na-na-Whooooooaaaa

This week is all about the rhythmic non-words that add to songs’ emotion, ambiance, and generally awesomeness. There are some Whooooaaaas, some Da-Da-Da’s, some Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and some Byayayayayas, plus many more. Surprising to only Amy, it is not just pop music!

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Episode 74: Effervescent Mollusks Telling Us Secrets of the Ocean

Episode 74: Effervescent Mollusks Telling Us Secrets of the Ocean

This is the second time we have tackled animal songs but this time was with Zachary Morgan and the playlist is truly eclectic. Some well known artists with lesser known songs and then, some truly weird songs about critters!

 

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Episode 28: Fuzzy Wuzzy Was a Podcast

Episode 28: Fuzzy Wuzzy Was a Podcast

Jason is back from Florida and tells about his adventure meeting his sister.  This week’s theme brings a menagerie of songs about animals, which is absolutely gleeful.  Listener Feedback also holds some delights and a fantastic pair of stories from Earbuddy Bet.  Cuddle up next to your favorite critter, turn up the volume, and enjoy this fuzzy episode.

Episode 12: Our Inappropriate Christmas Podcast

Episode 12: Our Inappropriate Christmas Podcast

Amy and Jason attempt to make an episode without too many common songs that have been plaguing you for the past month (since Thanksgiving).  It ranges from Naughty to Nice and there is a plethora of listener feedback in this episode!  The cohosts rejoice as they unwrap their very first voicemails and emails!  And really, the Snoop Dogg Song has some great social commentary.