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    Technology is cool.
    What can this strange device be? When I touch it, it brings forth a sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    UPCOMING EPISODES-

    *Arc Of Life (the new Yes offshoot)- February 13th
    Are you interviewing Billy Sherwood? Ask him if he remembers when he was a member of PE! Seriously, who from AoL are you interviewing?

    BTW, do you think you could swing an interview with Alan Parsons? That'd be awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    Are you interviewing Billy Sherwood? Ask him if he remembers when he was a member of PE! Seriously, who from AoL are you interviewing?

    BTW, do you think you could swing an interview with Alan Parsons? That'd be awesome!
    I saw at least one SOAL interview with Billy.
    On the verge of indecision
    I'll always take the roundabout way

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    "Seriously, who from AoL are you interviewing?"

    The whole band. If there's something legit you wanna know, let me know. I'm gonna address all the speculation and even the BS that has come their way since the album was announced.

    And yeah, I've spoken to Billy in person about PE more than once and he really didn't give a shit. Water under the bridge.

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    On the verge of indecision
    I'll always take the roundabout way

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    Had a great look at Frank's style and gear today. Check it out!



    **For Episode #58 we take a close look at Frank Zappa's guitar style. Also, we look at his guitars over the years and his work with the ground-breaking mid 80s "sequencer", the Synclavier. We are joined by Zappa guitarist Mike Keneally. We catch up on the music he's currently working on, including a new solo album. Then we take a look at Frank's style and Mike demonstrates various pieces like Alien Orfice and Echidna's Arf, to name a few. After that we are joined by three techs that have worked with Frank over the years. The legendary Thomas Nordegg (tech for Steve Vai, Yngwie Malmsteen, Mike Keneally and more). Thomas started teching with Frank in 1976. Bob Rice joins us as well. Bob worked closely with Frank for years as his Synclavier tech on ground breaking albums like, Jazz From Hell. Bob toured with the 1988 lineup too and also worked with the likes of Neil Young and Roger Waters. Merle Saunders Jr, also was part of the 1988 Zappa tour and he also teched for the likes of Michael Jackson on his 1987 Bad tour. The guys share many personal memories of Frank, and other anecdotes. Also, we take a look at the guitars Frank favored over the years and discuss some of the songs they are featured on.

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    Had a chance to catch up with Roger Joseph Manning Jr about the second of three EPs the band are releasing. Threesome Vol 2 was just released and we take a close look at it.



    **For Episode #59 Roger Joseph Manning Jr drops by to discuss Volume 2 of the Lickerish Quartet series of EPs entitled "Threesome". We take a close look at their vocal harmonies and then dig into each of the four tracks on the EP. Discussing how each track came to be, what vocalists are featured, what keyboards Roger used, etc. After that we take a few minutes to revel in the greatness of Squeeze and Sparks. Then we take a look at the albums Roger did in the mid 90s for The Moog Cookbook and the inspiration and humor that went into making those records. To end, we talk about Roger's involvement with Beck and his fave Beck albums and live tunes.

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