What might have been if Jennie had embraced her inner Really Rosie, if Jackie had embraced The Cheddar and if Fred had lived in Camelot just a little while longer.
Our opening and closing music is a selection from “Unlocked Door” used by permission of Alex Cook. Thank you Alex!
“Do It All Over Again” by Muck and the Mires as featured on The Free Music Archive. Great garage band rock as originally featured on “Live at WFMU on Three Chord Monte on 7/16/10“. WFMU was super important in my heavy metal awakening back when I went to high school in New Jersey. How cool that we get to use it in a storytelling podcast!
“Mr Cheeseman” by scomber on the digccMixter, a creative commons music library. Matt found this, and I absolutely adore this song, both for its evil perfection in the context of the podcast, but also the lyrics are just amazing in their own cheese-centric right.
Form: The 3fer: Three people, three stories, one theme and let’s see if they connect.
Theme: What Might Have Been
Storytellers: Jackie Vleck, Jennie Josephson & Fred Goss
Part One: Jackie Vleck, “Of Turf and Cheddar”
Part Two: Jennie Josephson, “I’m Really Rosie?”
Part Three: Fred Goss, “I Dream of Camelot”
In the intro to this week’s show, Fred told a great story from on set. In that story, “Liz” is Liz Meriweather, creator of New Girl on Fox. “She” refers to Zooey Deschanel, and “Prince” refers to FREAKIN’ PRINCE!
Production Notes: Well, this week’s podcast featured amazing people, amazing stories, and less than perfect audio. For some reason, the audio on my mic split down the middle of both Jackie and Fred’s channel and made it sound (to my hyper-critical ears) a bit crap-tastic. And I recorded my final thoughts late Wednesday night on a mic at home, which was horribly over modulated, and I didn’t have the strength to re-do. Although I might go in the office today and fix that, b/c UGH.
Also it was at least 90 degrees on the evening that we recorded this, and since we couldn’t run the A/C, I opened the window, which resulted in a more obvious room hum (coming from the machines on the roof). It’s not a deal breaker, but I wanted you to know that I noticed it!
Ah well, you make every error at least twice, right? : )