Bermuda And Jim - Radio Interview

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interview

You'll have to move the bar around to find it (about an hour into the recording) but the interview is fascinating!
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OMG "Eat it" panties!! :lol: :lol:

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That was a really great interview! I was really pleased to be hearing Jon and Jim sharing things I'd never heard them say before--at least half the interview was new to me--awesome! HA-even Jim learned something new about Jon that day! :D

If Steve had been there, he could have jumped in on Sheena's questions about collecting a bunch of different interesting instruments from all over the world--he has a very large collection of those, and records with them regularly, too.

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This interview was so much more rewarding to listen to than that Al "interview" with Tom Lennon.

I thought the pre-recorded answer interview style rightfully died in the 80s.

You just can't beat live conversation.
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I was interested that theyre working on something currently... with conga drums in it
I liked that the mics were mistakenly left on at the end
Does anyone know how to chop this file up so as to just have the relevant bit?
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ludovica64 @ November 02, 2009 06:38 pm wrote:
I liked that the mics were mistakenly left on at the end
Does anyone know how to chop this file up so as to just have the relevant bit?
I liked that part, too, Lou - and was wondering the same thing, I have no idea how to break something like this up.
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This was a great interview, and the its little over halfway through the mp3. Can't be that hard to find it. Plus, I'm pretty sure it's illegal to split an mp3 you don't own then reupload it somewhere else.
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They have whole-song recordings of the "Weird Al Unplugged" material? Dare we hope it will someday find its way onto a CD? hopehopehopehope...
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