MORNING KOMBAT WITH LUKE THOMAS AND BRIAN CAMPBELL
On episode 441 of Morning Kombat Luke and Brian react to the weekend of fights. First up the guys recap UFC on ABC 4. How legit is Jailton Almeida? What should be next for Anthony Smith? The guys also break down Rolando Romero's TKO of Ismael Barroso and Bellator 296. As always we close out Monday's with Dm's from Donks and HYSTS. (14:00) - Jailton Almeida (28:30) - Rest of UFC Charlotte (54:00) - Romero vs. Barroso (82:00) - Edwards vs. Mousasi (88:30) - Primus vs. Barnaoui (94:00) - DM's from Donks Morning Kombat is available for free on the Audacy app as well as Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and wherever else you listen to podcasts. For more Combat Sports coverage subscribe here: youtube.com/MorningKombat Follow our hosts on Twitter: @BCampbellCBS, @lthomasnews, @MorningKombat For Morning Kombat gear visit:morning kombat.store Follow our hosts on Instagram: @BrianCampbell, @lukethomasnews, @MorningKombat To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Safety Consultant with Sheldon Primus
In this episode, Sheldon give you 5 ways to get a side gig in safety and health. Working on the side is where you do another job in addition to your current job. Most side gigs in safety leads to someone starting thier own safety consulting business. Here are 5 ways to get started: Upworks gig worker, safety consulting match making companies, host your own webinars, do you own weekend live classes, and start a podcast with sponsors.
For the track Highball With The Devil, we needed a heavy, and Soya delivered with the legendary Adam Gates, who contributed backing vocals to the tune. Adam talks about the track itself, a bit about Precipitation, and the recording/sound philosophy of the Holy Mackerel record. Plus, we wind up Soya and Adam, then let'em go with some tour stories. Check out the Primus Tracks Patreon for the extended cut (and video) of the episode - over 30 extra minutes with Adam!Get involved:InstagramTwitterEmail
Safety Consultant with Sheldon Primus
Jim Poesl of Safety Wars drops in to talk with Sheldon about some of his recent guys. Topics have included the International Conference on Climate Change, Global Financial Crisis, Data hiding from OSHA, the OSHA general duty clause, Soverngn Immunity, and many more topics.
Track 2 of Les Claypool & The Holy Mackerel Presents Highball With The Devil is the first two title tracks. For this one, Les brought in Jay Lane on drums, and Joe Gore & MIRV for guitar parts. It's one of the more complete tunes on the record, and reflects the spirited approach to this DIY project. Matt Hunter and Soya join to discuss the instrumentation and the mostly obtuse lyrics, plus live cuts from different eras, as this one spans many bands. Get involved:InstagramTwitterEmailBurn your money
Without question the most literature this podcast has ever offered. Then we get way too deep into Broadway plays. Turns out that musicals are the best place for straight, single guys to score. Who knew? Any book recommendations for DJ Colorado are welcome, but she won't read them... J explains why we stand on mountains.
The boys referee a septuagenarian street fight, struggle to appropriately identify reproductive anatomy, and use the scientific method to conduct an autopsy on the corpse of Primus' 1995 alt-rock hit, “Wynona's Big Brown Beaver” --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rocknrollautopsy/support
Dean Delray's LET THERE BE TALK
Last week I hosted a benefit concert for the great Jimmy Hayward put on by Primus. If you don't know who Jimmy is he is an absolute genius in the Animation world. Jimmy has worked on Toy Story, A Bug's Life, Monsters Inc. Finding Nemo, Shrek 2 and so much more. He is also a full on Rock n Roller with his band Legend Of The Seagullman with Brent Hinds of Mastodon and Danny Carey of Tool. Jimmy has been hit with a very rare form of Skin Cancer and needs our help. Hit the GoFundMe link and then Listen to this episode. https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-jimmy-hayward-kick-cancer-to-the-curb Jimmy is a Beautiful Human so any help would be greatly appreciated. Have a great weekend. DDR
DJ Kilmore of Incubus joins Joshua Toomey and Talk Toomey this week. Kilmore and Toomey start the conversation with his ties to Primer 55 and playing on Introduction To Mayhem. The guys talk about the plethora of DJs in bands in the late 90s and 2000s. The changing technology of DJing is broken down. Kilmore talks about how he joined Incubus and how having to almost missing Valentines Day to audition. He also dives into the evolving process of writing music with Incubus. The guys look back at tours with System of a Down, Deftones, Limp Bizkit and Primus. The current status of Incubus is discussed and where Kilmore wants to see the band. Make sure to see Incubus this summer with Badflower and Paris Jackson.
We return to the Prawn Song Records well to discuss a pair of 1994 releases by Primus principles: the self-titled Porch, helmed by Todd Huth, and Tim Alexander's band Laundry and their record Blacktongue. These two records vary in styles, but are ultimately the voices of the men who formed them. Todd's signature guitar riffage is all over Porch, and Tim's unmistakble, powerful drumming drives Laundry. These two CDs can be tough to find, so we run down some history, play samples, and explain why they're fit for inclusion in your Primus-adjacent collection. Get involved:InstagramTwitterEmailBurn your money
In this episode, host Mike Dawson sits down with longtime Primus drummer Tim Alexander to talk about gear, moving back to California, and the new Sound Cipher improv project with saxophonist Skerik and synth/bass player Timm Mason.
Tim Alexander joins us to talk about his new project "Sound Cipher", share some stories from early Primus days, rare records, analog recording, the South Park 25th Anniversary concert & lots more! Topics include: Interview start Forming and recording Sound Cipher Were there any song structures or fully experimental? Memories of the band “Attention Deficit” Primus recording with ADATs Tim loves analogue recordings Sound Cipher music can get very emotional The story of Primus “Suck On This” vinyl Postcards in the initial records for touring recommendations from fans The perspective of Primus material Joining Primus and preparing for the “Suck On This” recording What songs were already written and which were made after Tim joined Balancing the music between the 3 Primus members Why was “Tommy The Cat” wasn't on Frizzle Fry, Tom Waits Meeting his heroes Public Enemy, Anthrax, Primus shows Memories of making “Sailing the Seas of Cheese” Wynona Rider wasn't happy about “Wynona's Big Brown Beaver” Prepping for South Park's 25th Anniversary Concert Surprising Matt Stone with Rush Planning the “Farewell to Kings” tour Rush never toured Australia Sound Cipher anti-promotion Interview wrap up Order the new Sound Cipher vinyl "All That Syncs Must Diverge" here Extended, High-resolution & Commercial Free version of this interview available at: www.Patreon.com/VinylGuide Listen on Apple: https://apple.co/2Y6ORU0 Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/36qhlc8 Follow our Podcast: https://linktr.ee/vinylguide Facebook: www.Facebook.com/VinylGuide Instagram: www.Instagram.com/VinylGuide Support our show: www.Patreon.com/VinylGuide If you like records, just starting a collection or are an uber-nerd with a house-full of vinyl, this is the podcast for you. Nate Goyer is The Vinyl Guide and discusses all things music and record-related
Meet Shae Primus, one of the worlds greatest matchmakers and an individual who has been responsible for successfully matching over 500 couples. On this episode, she introduces us to her genius of matchmaking couples and how she stands out from the world of matchmakers. Shae takes us on a journey of her start as a matchmaker, and why she has been successful. She is also the star of the reality tv show Love Match Atlanta where she introduces the world to her perfected craft. Make sure you take good notes because she is a once and a lifetime gift to us all --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bryan-thomas2/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bryan-thomas2/support
How Did We Get Weird with Vanessa Bayer and Jonah Bayer
We could not be more excited to welcome our close personal friend to the podcast this week: Musician and actor, Jason Isbell! You've heard him talk about his '59 Les Paul but have you heard Isbell break down the difference between dry snacks, snacks that are a test of class and snacks that are a proof of class? Plus, from transporting Kudos bars to Handi-Snacks, we talk about the benefits of Jason's proto-grunge ensembles of cargo pants and flannel shirts. We also discuss why so many heavy metal musicians are nice people, Jason's real-life encounters with members of Metallica and Pearl Jam and what it was like being raised by teenage parents and lots of grandparents in Alabama. As if that weren't enough, we finish up with a round of CHANGE.DORK where we weigh in on important petitions regarding Primus signature guitars, Georgia Gold vs Hot Chicken at KFC and if a collaboration between Isbell and John Mayer is in the works. (Spoiler alert: It isn't.) Be sure to check out Jason's new documentary RUNNING WITH OUR EYES CLOSED which is now streaming on HBO Max and pick up his latest album with the 400 Unit, WEATHERVANES, when it comes out on June 9th. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We return to the Prawn Song Records catalogue to discuss MIRV's Cosmodrome, recorded in 1993 at Les Claypool's house for release on his own record label. This record deserves a deep dive give nthat Les produces and performs all over the record, and that Marc "MIRV" Haggard is such an important figure in the Primus/Les world. The band MIRV has opened for Primus numerous times, and Marc has performend with numerous iterations of Les side projects. MIRV scholar Anthony Garcia joins us to sample the album and pick out its narrative elements, as well as its eclectic musicality. MIRV truly puts on a variety show throughout!Get involved:InstagramTwitterEmailBurn your money
Professor Richard Primus stops by Supreme Myths to discuss his fascinating and provocative thesis that Congress may exercise powers not enumerated in the Constitution. He may convince you!
Safety Consultant with Sheldon Primus
In this episode, Sheldon busts 10 common myths about OSHA compliance. Some of the questions answered are: Can OSHA shut down a job? Does the spoil pile make an excavation deeper? Can OSHA cite you for not following your company safety policies? Is an excavation a Permit Required Confined Space? Does OSHA have enforcement quotas? Don't miss this informative show.....and Sorry in advance OSHA.
Mike Dillon, aka Jazz Dad, returns to Primus Tracks. The busiest man in music gives us the skinny on his new Punkadelick record, Inflorescence, and primes us for his Jazzfest lineup on May 4 in New Orleans, and the upcoming Frog Brigade tour. Mike's bands are not to be missed!Mike Dillon on InstagramMike on BandcampGet involved:InstagramTwitterEmailBurn your money
We've reached the final track of the Sausage record, and it's time to relax with an instrumental jam that escorts us off the premises. We discuss our lasting impressions of the record as a whole, as well as running down some missed info from previous episodes.Next week: Mike Dillon's back!Get involved:InstagramTwitterEmailBurn your money
Seth Drake is a Los Angeles, California based, award winning Mixing and Mastering Engineer with artists in his portfolio such as Method Man, Billie Eilish, T.I., Primus, Nosia, G Jones and many more. Seth Drake Links: https://www.instagram.com/sethdrake/?hl=en https://members.theapproachinstitute.com/open-house Mr. Bill's Links: https://live.mrbillstunes.com/ https://discord.gg/ySjhgWQ https://mrbill.bandcamp.com/ https://www.youtube.com/user/MrBillsTunes Podcast Produced & Edited by: https://twitter.com/303FuMo
Everyone will describe the music of 100 gecs differently. To some, Dylan Brady and Laura Les make deeply satisfying earworms, tracks able to scratch the itches that occupy the deepest memory-holed corners of the brain. To others, though, their music is an "anarchic assault on the ears,” a quilt of all of the genres historically ridiculed in the popular canon: nu-metal, scuzz-rock, ska and 90's pop punk are all fair game in the world of gecs. On their latest record, aptly titled 10000 gecs, Brady and Les double down on the crunchy distortion and harmonics, creating tracks equally influenced by Primus and Eddie Van Halen as they are by their hyperpop contemporaries. The album reflects a Internet-core approach to music as a whole, shedding notions of “good” and “bad” music in favor of catchy melodies and intricate song construction. On this episode on Switched On Pop, we dig deep into the ethos of 100 gecs, and producer Reanna Cruz talks to the duo themselves about their eclectic sophomore record. Songs discussed: 100 gecs – Hollywood Baby 100 gecs – Billy Knows Jamie 100 gecs – stupid horse 100 gecs – 745 sticky 100 gecs – Doritos & Fritos Primus – Jerry Was A Racecar Driver Ween – Bananas and Blow Limp Bizkit – My Generation Gorillaz – Dirty Harry Future – I Been Drinking J-Kwon – Tipsy Justin Timberlake – Summer Love Violent Femmes – Added Up 100 gecs – Dumbest Girl Alive THX Deep Note Cypress Hill – Insane in the Membrane 100 gecs – The Most Wanted Person in the United States 100 gecs – Frog on the Floor Alan Jackson – Chattahoochee Limp Bizkit – Dad Vibes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Recreating is another early Primate track that was resurrected for the Sausage record, and it's a ripper! Soya joins us from Portugal to bend his knee and praise Recreating to the heavens from the altar of Jay Lane. This powerful track features Les Claypool using a tremolo for the entire tune as well as a vocal falsetto, an unmistakable Todd Huth riff, and some syncopation that'll knock you off balance. IS it the greatest track on the record? You decide! Get involved:InstagramTwitterEmailBurn your money
Just as Les Claypool took a momentary day off from Sausage to play a one-off with Primus, we divert from the Sausage record to introduce another semi-recurring theme to the podcast: Legendary Live Show Dissection. We pull the guts out of Primus's Woodstock 94 performance to find what makes it a worthy entry, aside from its place in our podcast's timeline. There are plenty of features that make it so; tune in to find out why you must get yourself a high-quality recording of their Woodstock 94 set!Get involved:InstagramTwitterEmailBurn your money
Safety Consultant with Sheldon Primus
In this episode, Sheldon reveals some hard truths about the new OSHA Compliance Safety and Health Officers (CSHOs). OSHA has been in a hiring frenzy to make up for nearly 5 years without leadership. The switch from the Donald Trump administration to the Joe Biden OSHA has been stark and aggressive. New CSHOs need to hit the ground running, but they may be under trained and not informed as to the 29 CFR 1904 standard or the Field Operations Manual 164. What can a consultant do to prepare for a new OSHA workforce that has to do compliance enforcement without experience?
Across the Margin: The Podcast
This episode of Across The Margin : The Podcast presents an interview with prolific percussionist, vibraphonist, bandleader, and vocalist Mike Dillon. How many artists have been praised as a “punk rock provocateur,” “jazz vibraphone visionary,” and “percussion virtuoso”? There's only one: Mike Dillon. Whether through his affiliation with artists like Les Claypool of Primus, Rickie Lee Jones, Dean Ween Group, and Ani Difranco, and collaborations such as Nolatet, Garage a Trois, The Dead Kenny G's, Critters Buggin, or bands he has led, including Mike Dillon Band, Mike Dillon's New Orleans Punk Rock Percussion Consortium, Billy Goat, and Hairy Apes BMX, the Texas-native has set his own standard for three decades now. Over the past decade, Mike Dillon has released a number of acclaimed albums, intertwining a range of influences from Zappa-esque eccentricity to Fishbone punk funk, D.C. Go-Go to Milt Jackson-influenced vibraphone majesty. His latest project, a trio that goes by the name Punkadelick, features Brian Haas (Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey) on Fender Rhodes, piano, bass Moog and melodica, and Nikki Glaspie (Beyonce, Nth Power) on drums, cymbals, and vocals. Punkadelick's latest album, Inflorescence, is an expansive 10-track collection, focused and fearless, representing a world where Duke Ellington and Augustus Pablo rub shoulders with crate-digger exotica, the freak-funk of Parliament, and the 'anything fits' outsider ethos of acid-fried punks like The Meat Puppets. In this episode host Michael Shields and Mike Dillon discuss the genesis of Punkadelick and what it's like creating music with phenomenal talents such as Brian Haas and Nikki Glaspie. They discuss the botanical influence behind the album's title, life on the road amid their current tour, the forthcoming tour with Les Claypool and The Fearless Flying Frog Brigade, and so much more. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Itâ€˜s All Pro Wrestling Podcast
Oh boy, did the boys miss you! That's right Doug & Bill have wanted to be a part of your lives this week, but only in a friend kinda way. In this episode they preview AEW's Revolution, cover Doug's two lives, Battleground Pro's. New Era's, and CSW's upcoming shows, Big Bill, Jericho, the National Wrestling Conference, Heat, Brian Kates, Doug's Poly-Triad, Nad Wackrub, shitty internet broken bones and so much more. Geez this episode is what we call in the business a “doozy”. This week's episode is brought to you by: Henekein, “It's the beer that your friend's mom buys you after you have sex with her, it has green glass. Links from the Podcast- Google Sheet of Assignments of the Past It's All Pro Wrestling Playlist Red Viper's GoFundMe Assignments For Next Week- Lucha Libre & Laughs: Diminished Returns- 8.27.2021, Heidi Howitzer v. Daddi Doom v. Lola the Adventurer YouTube SMASH: Happening Eve- 2.24.2010 TAJIRI v Kana YouTube Check Everything Else We Do: Twitter Instagram Facebook Merch- Threadless Store Merch- RedBubble Website Songs Used In The Podcast: "IAPW Theme v2?"- Pop-A-Weasel “Popular” by Nada Surf on High/Low “Company in My Back” by Wilco on A Ghost Born “Cult of Personality” by Living Colour on Vivid “John the Fisherman” by Primus on Fizzle Fry “Bad Things” by Jace Everett on TrueBlood Music From the HBO Original Series
This week, we discuss the Sausage track Girls For Single Men, a jam that features layers of spoken-word tracks that blend together to overwhelm, much as one might experience when surrounded by barkers in the red light district. Soya gives some background, Frankie tells stories of being accosted various locations around the world, and Josh relives some strange life moments, all inspired by this track. Let's get weird!
Molly Spencer made a career out of creating flower arrangements; organizing nature's beauty into organic attractive compositions. Since then she's been a dance teacher, a mother, and a friend to so many – but through her role as engagement director at the Sonoma Community Center, she goes back to her florist roots, pulling pieces of Sonoma's people, history and art into bouquets for the community to enjoy. Having grown up in the valley, her town knowledge is incomparable – going back to the days when Green Day and Primus played in Andrew's Hall (tickets were $5). In this episode we talk about her love of dancing which brought her to New York then back to Sonoma, her adventures in Europe as a young solo traveler, and her seemingly boundless courage and optimism she shows to everyone she meets. Miss Molly is a star! If you want to: Learn more about the Sonoma Community Center and Molly's role in it, visit: sonomacommunitycenter.org Learn more about Hello Sonoma, visit Hellosonoma.org Thank you, as always, for tuning in. And if you enjoyed this episode, tell a friend!
We welcome writer and podcaster Tim Clare to Song by Song, for more Orphaned songs about the significance of imaginary diamonds, sound-check deadlines, and a collaboration with Primus. We discuss reinterpretations of The Ramones, another version of Kerouac's song On The Road, and a very valuable belt. website: songbysongpodcast.com twitter: @songbysongpod e-mail: email@example.com Music extracts used for illustrative/review purposes include: Diamond In Your Mind, Orphans: Brawlers Bawlers & Bastards, Tom Waits (2006) Danny Says, Orphans: Brawlers Bawlers & Bastards, Tom Waits (2006) On The Road, Orphans: Brawlers Bawlers & Bastards, Tom Waits (2006) Home I'll Never Be, Orphans: Brawlers Bawlers & Bastards, Tom Waits (2006) We think your Song by Song experience will be enhanced by hearing, in full, the songs featured in the show, which you can get hold of from your favourite record shop or online platform. Please support artists by buying their music, or using services which guarantee artists a revenue - listen responsibly.
For somewhere between a third and a half of indigent people accused of a crime, they will be given either an assigned or contract Public Defender. Today's guest, Professor Eve Primus, argues that we must move away from that contract model of Public Defense. After years of research and writing, Eve is positive of one thing: to ensure everyone accused of a crime who cannot afford an attorney is provided competent representation, we must make full time Public Defense Offices the standard delivery method for public defense. From the lack of available resources to the lack of political voice, Eve posits that assigned counsel systems are no longer a viable option for the indigent clients they represent. To hear how she arrived at this point, why she is hopeful change can manifest, and the role she feels law schools must play in making our legal system better, tune in to this awesome conversation! Guest: Eve Primus, Professor of Law, University of Michigan Resources: The Problematic Structure of Indigent Defense Delivery https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=4232443 NAPD Conference Sign Up https://napd2023riseresistrepresent.sched.com/ Contact Hunter Parnell: Publicdefenseless@gmail.com Instagram @PublicDefenselessPodcast Twitter @PDefenselessPod www.publicdefenseless.com
Matt Hunter saunters into the episode to model the bass and guitar parts from this Sausage "slow jam," which is one of the earlier Les Claypool tunes ever created. It's truly a melange of musical styles, and Matt's able to break it into palatable chunks. Get involved!InstagramTwitterEmailBurn your money
The Toys Go Winding Down from Frizzle Fry has a sludgy cousin that appears on Sausage's 1994 record Riddles Are Abound Tonight, and it's only fitting that Soya is here to alert us to a third version that was performed live in 1987-88. Why is this one so oft-reworked? What charms its listeners despite being difficult to grasp for outsiders? Guest bassist Lalo Fierro helps us with all these questions. Burn your money: https://www.patreon.com/primustrackshttps://www.instagram.com/primustrackshttps://firstname.lastname@example.org
Since 1999, Eastern European punk band Gogol Bordello, led by Ukrainian frontman Eugene Hütz, has been filling up rooms with an energy that could run a whole city - latest album Solidaritine is no exception, going back to their hardcore roots. The band has lit up stages around the world alongside System of a Down, Primus, Rancid, Dropkick Murphys, dueted with Regina Spektor, appeared in films like Liev Schreiber's Everything Is Illuminated with Elijah Wood and Filth and Wisdom helmed by Madonna, cutting albums with legends Rick Rubin and Steve Albini. Russia's war in Ukraine is personal for Eugene & the band, who have been tirelessly advocating for Ukrainian solidarity, partnering with Nova Ukraine, ArtDopomoga and beyond.
Shattering Song may be one of the most-beloved non-Primus tracks that Les Claypool has created, as far as official releases go. To give the tune its due, Rory Dolan of lespecial drops in to uncove the secrets of the masterful Jay Lane drum line, and Soya provides color for just how damned good Jay is, along with some Sausage nuggets. Check out Rory on Instagram, and find upcoming lespecial west coast tour dates!Get involved:InstagramTwitterEmailBurn your money
Hi kids! Do you like Primus? Want to hear about Yuuzhan Vong body horror and learn what Vector Prime is? If so, listen along as NEW guest Jake Beal wades into the NEW Jedi Order with us, gushing over Zelda along the way while we debate how this NEW series serves as a continuation of the Young Jedi Knights novels.
In the third track of the Sausage record, things take a sudden, grating turn. We discuss this dark, sludgy grinder, and how it defies expectation, which may be the riddle contained within the track. OR IS IT? Josh has idea about the lyrics. Frankie brings some interesting live cuts and posits why Here's To The Man had only a limited run of live performances with Les Claypool's Frog Brigade. Burn your money:InstagramTwitterprimustrackspod@gmail.com
This episode is a dive into the unknown for both Michelle and Sam! This week the choice is Blind Illusion's debut album The Sane Asylum featuring a young Les Claypool and Larry LaLonde before the success of Primus. Also featuring a brand new Quiz Show!
The title track of the Sausage record gained some traction as the inspiration for "The Great Cornholio" on Beavis & Butthead, and brings a groovy element to this record's proceedings. It's loose, confident, and a perfect foil for a bass summit with Luke Bemand of lespecial and Kello Gonzalez of Parazit. Unfortunately, Luke's internet service crashed early in the episode, but Kello carries forward and sheds light on this track in its multiple iterations - including the "cheat" manner in which Les sometimes plays the tune live. Soya's here, too!Kello on Youtubehttps://www.patreon.com/primustrackshttps://www.instagram.com/primustrackshttps://email@example.com
We are gathered here today in the majestic halls of old to honor an album called “Frizzle Fry.” That's right fans, despite being plagued by insecurity, and having minds numbed by too many puppies, our overaged hosts will attempt to analyze Primus' 1990 debut studio album. We dig into a band that truly defies the laws of tradition in their sound and approach, and yet still managed to become shockingly popular throughout the 90s. Join us as we call old Swamp up on the telephone and sift through their difficult to pin down music—borrowing liberally from 70s funk, prog rock, and metal—and discuss how their unique eclecticism was embraced by jam band stans while also influencing an array of alternative and metal bands of the late 90s/2000s. We also talk about how their ability to appeal to diverse music communities can create interesting sonic bedfellows. Finally, listen along to find out if Joe can suppress his exuberance for Primus and successfully eat a carrot. But be warned, this episode is a crusade only of the brave.Be sure to support the artists by purchasing "Frizzle Fry" on iTunes or wherever you get your music.
Seth and Marc look into the true meaning behind one of the 90's upbeat and infection jams; Semi-Charmed Life by Third Eye Blind. Is it all as lush and catchy as it sounds or is there a terrible crystal meth addiction and some red panties hidden somewhere in there?
In this episode we begin our exploration of the Sausage record, Riddles Are Abound Tonight. 1994 saw Les Claypool reunite with Todd Huth and Jay Lane to publish some leftover tracks from the earliest Primus days. This is one of Soya's top records of all time, so he's along for the ride. We're also joined by Blas Perez, who models the bass parts and shares his relationship with this album.Find us on the socials:https://www.patreon.com/primustrackshttps://www.instagram.com/primustrackshttps://firstname.lastname@example.org
We kick off 2023 by ranking all of the recent releases from past C&R rankees.
Les Claypool is a musical mad scientist and one of the weirdest musicians to have commercial success in rock and roll. He's best known for his amazing bass playing and quirky sense of humor in leading the band Primus (and for doing the theme for South Park), but he's also put together a handful of other really cool projects that made other types of music. Including Oysterhead, the funk jazz supergroup with Trey Anastasio from Phish and Stewart Copeland from The Police. The Duo de Twang country music project. And, most recently, the awesome partnership with Sean Lennon called The Claypool Lennon Delirium with Sean Lennon. He produces most of his music from his home studio Rancho Relaxo and is also an author and film director. Oh, and he once auditioned for Metallica. Is there anything he can't do? Let's find out. Our show is sponsored by Boldfoot Socks and McCusker's Tavern at 17th and Shunk Streets in Philadelphia. We're also proud members of the Pantheon Podcast Network. Hear More If you want to hear full versions of the music we discussed this week, check our our episode playlist. Get In Touch Check us out online, on Facebook and Twitter, or drops us an email at email@example.com. .
"The close attention required for editing and translating gives Olivelle an unparalleled understanding of the texts and inspires numerous articles and essays contained in this volume that draw out key ideas and insights from those same sources. Only careful philological editing and the hard, interpretive choices of translation enable progress in our historical understanding of India. Among the advances that philology makes possible is an improved sense of chronology in ancient India. Although uncertain chronologies still pose challenges for this period, readers are invited to note how often Olivelle makes arguments based on historical simultaneity or sequence. His feel for the texts and his scrutiny of the historical markers in them enables him to place ideas, institutions, and authors in plausible chronological contexts. Taken together, Olivelle's many editions and translations function as both the foundation and the justification for the shorter writings in this volume. In addition to questions of social history and material culture, the volume also addresses the subject of law, affirming that law in India has a history. Olivelle practices enabling scholarship, a form of academic work that makes other scholarship possible. It opens conversations rather than closing them, and it invites instead of concluding." ̶̶ Donald R. Davis, Jr. Patrick Olivelle is Professor Emeritus at the University of Texas at Austin and a past President of the American Oriental Society. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Les Claypool is a musical mad scientist and one of the weirdest musicians to have commercial success in rock and roll. He's best known for his amazing bass playing and quirky sense of humor in leading the band Primus (and for doing the theme for South Park), but he's also put together a handful of other really cool projects that made other types of music. Including Oysterhead, the funk jazz supergroup with Trey Anastasio from Phish and Stewart Copeland from The Police. The Duo de Twang country music project. And, most recently, the awesome partnership with Sean Lennon called The Claypool Lennon Delirium with Sean Lennon. He produces most of his music from his home studio Rancho Relaxo and is also an author and film director. Oh, and he once auditioned for Metallica. Is there anything he can't do? Let's find out. Our show is sponsored by Boldfoot Socks and McCusker's Tavern at 17th and Shunk Streets in Philadelphia. We're also proud members of the Pantheon Podcast Network.Hear MoreIf you want to hear full versions of the music we discussed this week, check our our episode playlist.Get In TouchCheck us out online, on Facebook and Twitter, or drops us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. .
After its inception to self-release Suck On This in 1989, Prawn Song Records went dormant until 1993, when Les Claypool revived the label to provide opportunities for his friends to cut records, and perhaps enhance their careers. We examine most of the releases from the period when Prawn Song had a distribution deal with Mammoth Records - the same deal nullified by Les's attempt to publish the Beanpole record. Discogs links to releases discussed:Alphabet Soup - Layin' Low in the CutEskimo - The Further Adventures of Der ShrimpkinCharlie Hunter Trio (1993)MIRV - CosmodromeShrimp Cocktail - A Prawn Song AppetizerAs monetioned in this episode, Porch and Laundry will get their own elongated dsicussions at a later date. https://www.patreon.com/primustrackshttps://www.instagram.com/primustrackshttps://email@example.com
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It's the first in our series of Primus side projects - some one-offs, some track-by-track.DID YOU KNOW that Les and Ler first met as members of the band Blind Illusion? Probably. DID YOU KNOW that this recording and touring experience created a bond that would last for four decades? Probably. DID YOU KNOW that the story of Blind Illusion's first album, The Sane Asylum, is a key component to perhaps our greatest Primus Mystery of them all?! Probably not.https://www.patreon.com/primustrackshttps://www.instagram.com/primustrackshttps://firstname.lastname@example.org
Primus guest appearances, as a full band, on others' recordings, are quite rare. We found (possibly) the only four in existence and provide background information and context for each:On The Road w/ Tom Waits (1999)Big in Japan w/ Tom Waits (1999)NIB w/ Ozzy (2000)Gluten Free w/ Stewart Copeland (2012)https://www.patreon.com/primustrackshttps://www.instagram.com/primustrackshttps://email@example.com