Episode 30: Blame It On Me

/ July 31, 2018/ Barenaked ABCs/ 2 comments

Episode 30: Blame It On Me

We have reached our 30th episode, and if you think that is a bad thing or if you think this episode is not good, you can blame it on me. After all, Bobby isn’t around right now and we don’t have any Milli Vinilli, and tonight it isn’t raining, so if you have to blame it on someone, blame it on me. Or Aaron. Matter of fact, he’s not here this week, but we do have a guest. Don’t blame him though. or Aaron.

Andy Hermann is a freelance music journalist with credits in Billboard, Downbeat, Vice and NPR Music. He is the former LA Weekly music editor. His work has also appeared in Metromix (where he was national music editor), XLR8R, BPM, the Daily Dot and the Boston Phoenix. He loves music, wine, cats and Phil Collins, so he already has my heart (two hearts beating with just one mind)

Feb 2013:
Barenaked Ladies Were One of the Coolest, Cleverest Bands of the ’90s

Barenaked Lunch ay 4:50
Faster, unfinished, but I kinda like it!

Yellow Tape at 7:45
Slower, unfinished, but again, I like it! Fresh.

Vareity Recordings at 7:15
Again, faster, obviously not in a studio, but I like the almost live sound of it.


Blame It On Me – Steve states that he feels “that Ed’s guitar part is really influenced by Kurt Swinghammer (for example “Theory of Relativity”).

No appearance/fact this week.

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    feel I’d never understand. It seems too complicated and very vast for me.
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    I will attempt to get the hang of it!

    1. Hey… it’s taken us 30 episodes. The earlier ones are very beginner level.What is the name of your podcast.

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