Podcast 77: The Reboot Episode (aka: Halftime is over)

This week’s podcast is a return after a three-year hiatus. We’ll discuss the change in our philosophy, plan and schedule. We’re going to introduce our new podcast, and get ready for the second half kick-off.

Podcast Credits

This podcast was recorded using a Blue Snowball microphone onto an ASUS laptop, using Audacity recording software. It was then edited in Adobe Audition Creative Cloud on a Dell Inspiron 3847 computer.

The bumper music (Loop 90) and the segue music (Morning Show Segue) are courtesy of Royalty Free Music.com, which offers a comprehensive music library of production music for your various royalty free music needs including full albums, tracks and free music clips, loops, and beats available for download.

Sound clip:

“Radio Tune Sound” from SoundBible.com

Musical clips:

  • “Back in the Saddle,” written by Steven Tyler and Joe Perry, and performed by Aerosmith, from the album Rocks, released in 1976 by Columbia Records.
  • “The Boys are Back in Town,” written by Phil Lynott, and performed by Thin Lizzy, from the album Jailbreak, released in 1976 by Mercury Records.
  • “Big Chief,” written by Earl King, and performed by Professor Longhair, from the album New Orleans Funk 3, released in 2013 by Soul Jazz Records.
  • “Bright Lights,” written and performed by Gary Clark Jr., from the album Blak and Blu, released in 2012 by Warner Brothers Records.
  • “Back in the Saddle Again,” written by Gene Autry and Ray Whitley, and performed by Gene Autry, released in 1939.
  • “10 A.M. Automatic,” written and performed by The Black Keys, from the album Rubber Factory, released in 2004 by Epitaph Records.
  • “Heavy Chevy,” written and performed by Alabama Shakes, from the album Boys & Girls, released in 2012 by Columbia Records.
  • “Jungle Love,” written by Prince, Morris Day, and Jesse Johnson, and performed by The Time, from the album Ice Cream Castle, released in 1984 by Warner Brothers Records.
  • “The Boxer,” written and performed by The Gaslight Anthem, from the album American Slang, released in 2010 by SideOneDummy Records.
  • “Back in Black,” written Angus Young, Malcolm Young, and Brian Johnson, and performed by AC/DC, from the album Back in Black, released in 1980 by Atlantic Records.
  • “Frankie Fell in Love,” written and performed by Bruce Springsteen, from the album High Hopes, released in 2014 by Columbia Records.