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Apr 14, 2016

The Show Notes

The Maltese Falcon
Easter is weird
Oh No…Yes touring side 1 & 4 of TfTO
JD Mack & Viddy-ing
Religious Moron of the Week
     - Mack Major from Dan Adcock
The Broad Street Score
Interesting Fauna
     - The Kangaroo YES the Kangaroo (via Michelle Franklin)
Gig at Pies to Die For in Bangor
PFA in Quakertown and at Sands Casino
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Mentioned in the Show

Geo's gig at Wind Gap Film Festival
Saturday April 16th
Pies to Die For Cafe
5 Broadway, Bangor, PA 18013

Broad Street Score Tickets at NECSS


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Abraham Cottrill
seven and a half years ago

Ok,catching up on podcasts, and hear this gem today.

(please queue the music, Abe's going to talk about Yes)

So Maltese Falcon, becomes a parody of itself because it became the source material that was was reused over and over like mouthwash flowing from cheek to cheek until it was no longer useful. This is exactly how I feel about 90125. As someone who came to enjoy Yes later in life this album has always been problematic as it sounds like every other 80's albums, and believe me i have heard most of them. Then one day i looked at the date of publication and realized its not a cannibalistic exercise singing about its grief, its the fountainhead that was ripped to bits, its gems scattered into mainstream music, just like the beloved tails from topographic oceans. Nice parallelism!

J. Blair
over eight years ago

I totally get the Maltese Falcon thing. It reminds me of an entry at TV Tropes: