Show #097: The Lost Podcast
as/6/686387708.jpg” alt=”” width=”200″ height=”136″ />The ninety-seventhrst episode of our podcast, Paul and Storm Talk About Some Stuff for Five to Ten Minutes (On Average), is now online.
This week’s episode: special guest James Urbaniak lends us his mellifluous tones for what ended up being two whole podcasts, after a technical error erases James’ audio from the first (nearly complete) attempt. We discuss the infectious nature of the Jesus Christ Superstar original concept album (and contemplation of an all-“Venture Bros.” version of it); working as a voice actor on “The Venture Bros.”; Los Angeles vs. New York; working with and learning form Woody Allen, Sean Penn and Al Pacino; James’s highly successful and completely fictitious jam company; and some fictional battles, including Yogi the Bear vs. Winnie the Pooh, and Rusty Venture vs. Phantom Limb.
As a special bonus, for the truly thorough, we are also posting the original, “lost” podcast—or, at least, the Paul and Storm tracks. If you listen carefully, you might be able to catch little snippets of James coming through our headsets; but for the most part, you will have to just imagine his very interesting and insightful comments. (Though we won’t post it to our main podcast feed, as we are not sadists)
As promised, the original “hobbled” podcast…
Show #097a: The REAL Lost Podcast (for completists only)[audio:http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/www.nuggetman.com/podcasts/PS_5-10_097a.mp3]
Listen To The Spaces needs to be a cover band. Anybody? All I’m coming up with is Phillip Glass. :-\
Listening to the REAL Lost Podcast reminded me of this article about listening to people on the phone. There are places where I could kind of almost hear what James was saying, but turning it up loud enough to hear him would’ve blown out my eardrums when you guys started talking again. I did listen to the whole thing, though.
Also, I made you some jam jars. 🙂
What I would like to know is the following: How many 30 second podcasts (roughly the length of the musical intro) would it take to bring the average length of all your podcasts down to 10 minutes?
I’m pretty sure the answer will be: Go ask Mr. Owl.
And Mr. Owl’s answer will be: 3
Another Josh @2:
Mr. Owl says “Probably less than twenty.”
>As promised, the original “hobbled” podcast…
Despite said podcast being in the audio domain,
I’m happy you didn’t write “Hubbled”.