Episode 23: Covers Charge

Show Notes:
Recorded Wednesday, November 8 2006, (9:30 PM - 11:00 PM) at the Zodiac Racquet Club in Southgate MI
    “Scott’s back, in time for another FourCast: favorite lyric, live song, and covers (song or art). Plus talk of a Buffetty Thanksgiving.

    Sorry about the delay in getting this week’s podcast up.  I was busy celebrating my birthday and getting the place ready for the arrival of my big-ass TV.
    The boys are back from their Roger Clyne break (photos soon come, maybe?) and even Scott returns for tonight’s show.
    For those whose interest was piqued by my live song descriptions, you can hear those very recordings at my Buffett setlists page.  Or get them here: specifically, “Chanson Pour Les Petits Enfants” and “He Went to Paris”.  One song I completely failed to mention was when Jimmy sang “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” at Buckeye Lake following a drenching torrential all-day rain.  It was most notable for containing the new verse

        So here we are in Central Ohio
        On a very rain night.
        Well we got ourselves a party,
        What a wonderful sight.

        We’re going to do it all this evening.
        We’re going to do it till we’re dead.
        So we’d just like to thank each and every one of you
        Crazy fucking Parrot Heads!


    Sorry about them being in RealAudio, but that was the thing back when I made those pages.  I discussed “Livingson Saturday Night” back in August.
    Scott and Joe and Mike were at the Roger Clyne concert on November 2, at The Magic Bag.  They enjoyed the concert a great deal and got to meet the band after the show.  Some of their photos were added to the Gallery, but the stories behind these photos were edited out of this week’s podcast.  Instead, I’ll add them here as a bonus audio file.  (The audio isn’t the greatest since I was only just setting the mics up.  You can hear Jennifer, our waitress, in the background, admiring the desktop wallpaper on Scott’s laptop.)

    P.S.: I don’t recall the Buffett news sites mentioning this, but “Here We Are” is finally available as a downloadable single (in stereo!) from iTunes.  [iTunes link]   Evidently this was announced on Mailboat Records a week ago but I only discovered it last night.

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