PODCAST: Goodnight Mrs. Calabash- Alan Woods

This has been a very interesting experiment for me. When I started I had not done a podcast in a few months and it took a while to learn to get things done quicker and learn from my mistakes. I can now podcast and research for a podcast a little faster.

Thanks for all who listened during National Podcast Post Month.

Tonight I tie in the death of Alan Woods a writer for many comedians and TV shows like Lassie and Superman.

Listen to podcast here:

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PODCAST: Happy Together Songwriter- Alan Gordon

Day number twenty-eight of National Podcast month finds songwriter Alan Gordon, who, with Gary Bonner, wrote “Happy Together,” a #1 hit for The Turtles in 1967 has taken his Final Taxi.

Listen to the Podcast: http://memberdata.wildvoice.com/RonNasty/media/Final_Taxi_Day28_alan_gordon.mp3

PODCAST: Thanksgiving At Alice’s Restaurant

Every Thanksgiving for years my brothers and I would listen to Arlo Guthrie’s comically exaggerated Thanksgiving Day adventure of Alice’s Restaurant. One year I took a trek to go find this legendary piece of my childhood.

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PODCAST: Who Remembers Nick Drake?

Final Taxi LogoNick Drake was an English singer-songwriter and musician best known for his acoustic, autumnal songs. His primary instrument was the guitar, though he was also proficient at piano, clarinet, and saxophone. Although he failed to find a wide audience during his lifetime, Drake’s work has grown steadily in stature, to the extent that he now ranks among the most influential English singer-songwriters of the last 50 years. He took his Final Taxi 34 years ago Nov 25, 1974.

Listen to his story – http://memberdata.wildvoice.com/RonNasty/media/Final_Taxi_Day25_nick_drake.mp3

PODCAST: Rear Window & Peyton Place Writer – John Michael Hayes

Screenwriter John Michael Hayes, nominated for an Academy Awards for the classic Alfred Hitchcock film “Rear Window” and for “Peyton Place,”has taken his Final Taxi

Listen to the podcast here: http://memberdata.wildvoice.com/RonNasty/media/Final_Taxi_Day24_hayes.mp3

PODCAST: Marx Brothers writer – Irving Brecher

Irving Brecher, who who took his Final Taxi at 94, was a Hollywood scriptwriter who wrote screenplays for two Marx Brothers films and the Judy Garland musical Meet Me in St Louis .

Listen: http://memberdata.wildvoice.com/RonNasty/media/Final_Taxi_Day23_Irving_Brecher.mp3

PODCAST: Album Cover Artist – Guy Peellaert

Guy Peellaert, whose work includes album covers for the Rolling Stones and David Bowie and posters for
films such as “Taxi Driver,” has taken his own Final Taxi.

Example of Guy’s work:

Some of Peellaert's work