This week’s episode is the longest yet. I mean, we have to sum up all of “Life” in a nutshell. That can’t be done quickly. Luckily, we have some pretty deep souls joining us this week, as JD and Nick from Barenaked Ladies Are Us decide, that even though they have finished all the BNL albums, they would come back
That’s right… we messed up. I missed a deep cut song and Trevor Cox was there to correct me, so he gets to come and discuss this song with us.
We discussed a song about drug dealers at a convenience store last week. This week we take a more positive view on life, as Mil helps us to reflect on the uplifting message from Kevin on this B-side in an era when B-sides no longer exist. Let There Be Light (non-album track) Top 10 non-album tracks http://getbarenaked.net/2016/10/bnl-non-album-tracks-10-of-the-best/ Appearances https://youtu.be/mfgJyTsmIfM Ships
Welcome to 7-11. How may I help you today? You want Barenaked Ladies songs from 7 to Y? I’m sorry. Disco music? Nope. It sucks. We only sell dope. Not what you are looking for? Well, I guess you can listen to us discuss this Rheostatics cover by Barenaked Ladies instead. Orginal by Rheostatics BNL cover Appearance Rheostatics – Whale
We have guests this week, and we don’t want them to “Leave”. Thanks for joining us, Chris and Ephraim from “Clothed Men Discuss Barenaked Ladies”. Such a fun discussion. Appearance Ed on Donovan Wood’s “Man Made Lake” during the pandemic (co-wrote)
This week we discuss not only a song but a movie! That’s right. Make way for the double team, it’s not a dream. The most amazing critique that you’ve ever seen, as we discuss the movie and theme song “Lazer Team” (that is not a misspelling). Lazer Team Theme
Wel wel wel wel welcome. Back to Barenaked ABCs. This week we discuss a kids’ song that wasn’t on the kids’ album. We are joined by E is for Erik Butterworth again. Tom Lehrer wrote for the Electric Company (example: Silent E –https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91BQqdNOUxs&ab_channel=EdgarAldrett
Aaron is sick this week, so we don’t have him. But Erik agreed to step in and help, since he has good bedside manner. One might say he is the king of it. So join Steffan, Erik and myself as we discuss “King of Bedside Manor” Appearances Ships and Dip 3 (Not the best but they are having fun, especially Tyler) King
Episode 158: Keepin’ It Real We should call this song review, “Keepin It On Track” because I try very hard to do that. This week is very religious based, but that is because of the song. I try to balance it out with the religious view. But really, we were just “Keepin’ It Real” with Erik Butterworth. What are those hidden verses? Appearance Session
It’s almost Valentine’s Day, but we are still talking about toys. I suppose toys are a part of Valentine’s Day as well, but that is different than what we discuss tonight with Tyler Boudreau. And those toys are never “Just A Toy” Appearances: A different version of “Break Your Heart”
Believe it or not, I have more than two friends. But this week, only two of them could make it: Jeff and Aaron. Which is coincidental, considering this week’s song is about three friends: Joseph, Dan, and Jillian. So join us for the rarity, found on only one live CD: Joseph Brown AppearanceBNL Tyler Stewart “Drums Chicken and Poop” https://youtu.be/Ees0BNNJVVQ
This week we have Trevor Cox rejoining us to discuss the introduction to the Holiday album: Jingle Bells Appearances Ed Covering “Distant Sun” by Crowded House on Bathroom Sessions
This week we are coming to you live from Jerome, AZ. Okay. We aren’t. We would have loved to have made the trip and recorded live in the sliding jail, but we can’t afford those things. So instead, we just talk to you about the song “Jerome” Jerome Appearances What is Jerome? Is there really a sliding jail? Jerome’s Sliding
This week’s song is anything but plain. But does our panel think that life is better by listening to “Jane”? Jane official video Appearances BNL on Conan on second week of show “Jane” by Stephen Duffy (late 80s sound to music… similar voice).. Slept with her. Feel like 13 again, safer if we stay friends, No longer lawrence to your vivian., work and school,
That’s right. We are getting ready to put 2020 to bed and as we look back with hindsight, we review our regrets and our resolutions for next year. So join Tracy, Aaron, and Jeff as we discuss G-I (and not our personal GIs).
Merry Christmas, a late Happy Hanukkah, and an early Happy Kwanzaa to everyone. We will be back next week with our review episode, but for now, enjoy this BNL classic from their live performance in Portland, ME. It was a “never purchase”, so I think I am okay releasing this.
I have a new title. I was just elected the Wizard of Magicland. But if you ever wondered before who that is, well, I can tell you now that it’s only me. I’m the one and only. But this week, we are not the only podcast talking about this song. Our friends over at “Barenaked Ladies are Us” podcast are joining us
We’re at episode 150. Is there anything original for us to say? Or have we said it all before? I think we have an original take on this song, so we’ll prove Steven wrong, that it hasn’t all been done. And who better to join us on such a discussion than the pop culture anthropologist, Allison McBride? Appearance Title song
Sorry for that incredibly annoying screeching sound. I’m sure you were asking “Is a crow being strangled somewhere?” You really should have asked “Is somebody singing?” because the answer is “yes… it was me”. Luckily I don’t sing this week, but listen to us discuss BNL singing with Chris Hadfield, as we talk with writer/actor Jimmy Kustes. Live performance of ISS See
This week we discuss a song that is all about modern canine management. Don’t agree with me? Come on the show and show us you aren’t all bark, no bite. In the meantime, stop growling and listen to us discuss Invisible Fence. Acoustic Fake Nudes Spoken word Live on QTV 17:15 they play a demo of Invisible Fence that the
I know that the last couple of weeks our episodes have been spotty. It has been computer problems…. okay… the truth is that I only like to post intermittently. Which is good because this week, that is the song we are discussing. Appearance Intimate and Interactive 1994 Starts with Intermittently, after an interview Last BNL appearance on Ships And Dips Cruise (and
A song about fishing knots. Does this song bring us all together or do we slip apart with just the right tug? Find out. It can be purchased on some international versions of Maroon and the Australian Pinch Me (2000) single. Live in Lansing, MI in 2004 Appearances brand new 2020 band commentary for Pinch Me You can listen on
Man, I had to get drunk this week to enjoy this song. But how did the other guys feel about “In The Drink”. We also ask Tyler Boudreau what he thought. This week’s discussion gets bloody. Appearance Let ‘Em In cover
You know what BNL needs. An Indy Car. And over the radio, they need to play one song. This week’s song. The whole race. That guy will drive so fast to get out of the car. But is that just from the monotony or because this week’s song is that bad? And does Ali McBride agree with us? Listen to
That’s right. We didn’t talk about this quintessential song enough last week, so we invited Steffan and Jeff to join us this week for their opinions. And since we didn’t have appearances last week, here are some: Appearances Intimate and Interactive https://youtu.be/Z-6aeP-H1fw House of Strombo after Junos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJlsCkNI2Ww Steven on QTV https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxoUzbUJonI Behind the Vinyl (Ed and Tyler) https://youtu.be/mtpG9W8v1cE Behind
I wish that this podcast made me rich, but instead I get to talk about a band that is rich every week. And this week we have Blake Reilly to discuss this essential BNL song.
This week we discuss the multiple implications that could have been Steve Squared’s inspiration for this song. Is the singer questioning? Are you confused? As Mary says in JCS, “Everything’s alright, everything’s fine.” And hopefully you will feel the same about this episode! Stunt Demo version with a different second verse Live from Seattle on Au Naturale tour Video Tynyspencer Steven playing
Even though we are without Steffan or Jeff this week (and they are missed) we get back a long time co-host to fill the space in my heart. I’ve missed him, so, thank you for returning, Bobby to discuss this Johnny Cash cover. BNL version starts at 54:04 (Hello City: Live From Toronto – Amazon.com only buy) Ska Punk version Me FIrst and the Gimme Gimme Linda Ronstadt
I got hungry during this taping, so I apologize. But it’s okay. I ate three chips on open air (on open air, on open air). The rest of the cast is chip free. So enjoy this show with our guest, Tyler Boudreau from “WIdlcat Minute” Cyndi Lauper Sufjan Stevens BNL might not be 4/4. Because this version is listed by Wikipedia as special because it
This week, we are talking Jim’s song “I Saw It”. I know. No pun. That’s because I knew you would say, “I saw it coming.” https://soundcloud.com/user-946961552/episode-138-i-saw-it All In Good Time (2009) Plugs Trevor on stage with BNL!!!! Watch Trevor on Mondays put on a mini-show! “Barenaked Ladies and Me” Trailer: https://youtu.be/7gRMRP5g2BI Full Movie: https://youtu.be/fEn9XleWJxQ Appearance
I want to thank all our listeners. I love you all. I just thought I should say that before we started get started discussing this week’s song. What the world needs now is love. Appearance Ships and Dip V (so 3), Andy on lead and piano, Ed on Drums, and Jim on Bass. Creegan Brother’s Interview and performing Ali Baba’s (and
Sometimes BNL can play a quiet song. But tonight, they play it loud! And you’ll have to check in to see if we like it loud. Appearance
I have listened to this song so many times this week that I feel like I was living with it every day. Did I like that? Did my cohosts? There is only one way to find out. Album version Appearances Special 1994 version A rare early version of “I Live With It Every Day” by Barenaked Ladies. Recorded in New York City,
Welcome to… okay.. You know the rest of it. This week we have guest Erik Butterworth returning to discuss, at length (yes… really) the song “I Know”. Why? Because we don’t really know what this song is about. Do you? BOAPS 1996 Bathroom Sessions Appearance Ed and Steve on the Daily Show http://www.cc.com/video-clips/3a874i/the-daily-show-with-jon-stewart-barenaked-ladies
This week we discuss what Ed learned from Steven’s departure, as we discuss “I Have Learned” with guest Katherine Cornetta ( www.sportsgirlkat.com ). She even gave us this week’s amazing appearance. This week’s song Appearance
Steven Page won “Never Have I Ever” with me this week. He has a dreidel. And this week we discuss BNL’s song about it. How to play Appearance Tyler about The Limo Show pilot South Park version
I love doing this podcast, but you know what I don’t like. Well, listen to this episode to find out what Steven and Ed don’t like, and we might just share our dislikes a little as well Snacktime! version Appearance / Letters Thank you to Trevor Cox for finding the “Chocolately” cover of “Burned” by Neil Young
I used to get self-conscious writing these intros. I worried that people wouldn’t like them. But I don’t get it anymore. So come hear what we have to say about this week’s song. Stop Us Bathroom Sessions Appearance
I’m not feeling very capable this week to write the intro. But I keep telling myself that I Can, I Will, and I Do. Although I’m not sure why I say the last part because it sounds pretty weird. But that is what this week’s song does to me. This week we are joined by the pop-culture anthropologist, Ali McBride!
Barenaked Ladies sometimes likes to state the obvious. And this week, we discuss them doing just that, in song form. Joining us is Marc from Ghostman Radio Podcast! Sorry about the audio. We had some significant internet difficulties. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3tUSX3tMKto (snacktime) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLf1IuuyEiE (with persuasions) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSTHlOR-erA (Bathroom sessions) Appearance Lots of concert versions of this, but I like this one, where you have the camera on
Ok. I couldn’t come up with a pun to describe this week’s song. It’s too big a task. Some might say it is gargantuan. Or giant. Or ginormous. I can’t think of any other words to describe this task, so I’ll just introduce the song. This week we are talking about “Humungous Tree”. Humungous Tree Appearance Brothers Creeggan with Ed
Knock Knock. Who’s there? Barenaked ABCs with special guest Fully Clothed Gents, the premiere BNL-tribute band, and we are talking about “Humor of the Situation”. It’s a great discussion with absolutely no funny business (yeah, right). Humor of the Situation Plug Fully Clothed Gents https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmALNOw-jNs (King of Bedside Manor) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jhUU6kKDLDM (Brian Wilson) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ciFkHg0BIxI (Hello City) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4pUi_qu63rI (These Apples) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSy-pIqKaEY (One Week) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGXXi_3yAzk (Another Postcard) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8-3zETNCVE (What A Good
I worked hard on this week’s episode, even though the quality doesn’t quite sound like it. I had to keep asking “How’s The Level?” And finally had to answer “Okay”. So please forgive me if Jeff’s audio sounds Buck Naked. Oh… and we are discussing all these things this week. Buck Naked (new rip) Appearance Process for ripping Buck Naked clear
I bet you are wondering how long we can keep the podcast going? A LONG TIME! Long enough to cover “How Long” at least. How Long online Interview with Ed BNL playing live Appearances Kevin tinkling the ivories for this song Practicing “Another Heartbreak”
I have one of my oldest friends joining me this week, and you know what, it feels like I’m “Home”. So join us as we discuss this deep cut from the “Are Me” album. Appearance
Welcome to Christmas in… May…. June? What month are we in now? Are we still even in 2020? All sense of reality is gone, and this song is not helping. Luckily I am surrounded by some great friends, including Katherine Cornetta to talk about this week’s “song”. Holly Jolly Christmas (online) Appearance Universal Honey “The Celebration” from Can’t Stop Thinking About Christmas Tyler is on this
We’ve come a long ways and I’m getting tired. So we brought my friend Kristen Seavey from “Little Stories Podcast” on this week to hold my hand while we discuss this week’s song. Appearance Brand New song at the songwriter’s panel Plugs https://kylielow.com/littlestoriespodcast (you can submit here too) The Wonder of Dire Straits
Hello! Sorry. I was just playing hide and seek with my male child. He is doing a great job though and I can’t find him. So I’m going to record this podcast while I wait for him to come out. This week we are going to discuss “Hidden Sun” with Bryan Parry. “Hidden Sun” from Maroon Ken Nordine’s “Maroon” RIP to jazz legend
We are back but we are running in terror. Spring is here and the geese have returned. So I’m just going to stay inside and talk with Mil Feirn about this song from Snacktime. Song from Snacktime Appearance (real appearance is go listen to Calm and Cents) On ships and dip 5 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nWEspgYyts0 Link from Mil https://xkcd.com/1729/
You may feel like this week’s episode is a repeat, but I promise you it isn’t. You haven’t been here before. But I’m happy to hear that you long for the sound of our voices and analyses that much. Speaking of familiar voices, we have Erik Butterworth returning to discuss this late BNL tune. Where can you find this song
Hello St. John’s. Hello Lancaster. Hello Lewiston. Hello…. oh, hello you! I was busy saying hello to every city that listens. But this might take a while. In the meantime, join Aaron, Jeff, Andrew, and Justin as we discuss one of BNL’s seminal songs, “Hello City” Versions Barenaked Recess (less than six copies were made.) 1990 Gordon Rock Spectacle Hello
This week we had a guest from the other side of the country. We had to bring him in through the air to get here in time. Given social distancing, airplane travel didn’t seem right. So David Kincannon brought his own helicopter. I love it when a plan comes together. And speaking of veterans, this week we discuss a protest song, “Helicopters”. “Helicopters” from
Well, in our current culture, there are a lot of things that I want again. But this week we talk about wanting her back again. No guests this week, which makes me want them again. However, we have Aaron back. So enjoy us being back again this week. “He Makes Me Want Her Again”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OUoCVONEvVc Bathroom sessions Live at songwriters workshop on Ships and Dips
Welcome to the Barenaked ABCs. This week we are talking with one of the few people to have written a song with Ed that then recorded that song without BNL. But beyond that, he is a country music legend who has been recording for more than 40 years. I’ll leave the big intro for the episode, but this guy is
Who better to talk about having a baby than 4 guys?! No. We aren’t mansplaining. This song is about a man having a baby. So it works (thank goodness, because we are still without Michelle for a while). Don’t have a cow, man. Just sit back, relax, and listen to 4 guys talking about a really fun song. “(Steven Page Is) Having
Well, it is harsh out there. “The truth to be fair is that” we can make it through this… together. #SocialDistancingNow doesn’t mean that we have to be alone, just safe. Are you lonely? Well, the man in this week’s song is. Listen to us discuss “Have You Seen My Love” and join the discussion at our Facebook page. Everything To Everyone (2003) Appearance (last
Welcome back for Hanukkah in March. Okay, it’s not as catchy as Christmas in July, but at least it’s not kvetchy. Bonnie is back joining us again for this discussion, and we are without Aaron. Enjoy anyway! How To Dance the Horah Appearance Hanukkah break-down improv (It takes two – fight the power) https://www.axs.com/5-best-hanukkah-songs-125860 Versions English vs. Traditional Hebrew version of this
Last week we half-heartedly talked about a song, but this week is a full out celebration as we discuss “Hanukkah Blessings” with my friend, Bonnie, a long time BNL fan. Song (at 15:10) Articles to read to know more: https://reformjudaism.org/practice/prayers-blessings/hanukkah-blessings How to do Hanukkah blessings https://www.chabad.org/holidays/chanukah/article_cdo/aid/103874/jewish/Blessings-on-the-Menorah.htm Other Hanukkah songs: Peter, Paul and Mary – Light One Candle Chanukkah by Six13 (to
We’re back! Sorry. I don’t think I have the heart to tell you, but we are without Aaron this week. But I won’t be heartless and make you listen to just me talk about this song. Erik Butterworth, a long time fan of BNL is here to join us. Oh, and we will be talking about Half A Heart.
I am in awe this week. It is coincidental that the month we have been talking about the Barenaked Ladies Variety Show pilot, Harland Williams agreed to join us and talk about all his projects. He is hilarious and please visit all the links below. Go out and buy his children’s books, his “The Cousins” album, his stand-up specials, and
Did you know that Barenaked Ladies recorded a pilot for Fox? If not, how did you miss last week’s interview? As a matter of fact, we break down this episode in detail, so go watch it before you listen because SPOILERS!!! Thank you for Jeff Whitmire and Bobby Keniston for joining me this week for the discussion! Barenaked Ladies pilot
This week we take a hiatus from songs while we talk to Brent Carpenter. He co-directed and edited the Barenaked Ladies pilot for FOX. Before you start listening today, you should know that this week and next we will be discussing the Barenaked Ladies pilot episode. There will be spoilers throughout the discussion, especially next week. So I highly encourage
A ghost of the past returns as Aaron joins us this week. And a hi-ho to our guest today, Bryan Ripper, from the All About The Mouse podcast. As we discuss a deep dive “Grim Grinning Ghosts”. And stick around after. We had a poltergeist encounter during the middle of our recording. Barenaked Ladies version Huge thanks to Podcorn
Green Christmas Well, Newfoundland just got 5-12 feet of snow. Maine faired better but still got a foot. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. But the Southern US is looking pretty green right now. Which is pretty ironic, because this week we have Bill Meeks joining us to discuss “Green Christmas”. It is our last week of no
Great Provider Holy Cow. Has it been a week already? Where does the time go when I’m not around here? I don’t know. But here we stand at the beginning of a year, with the podcast’s road growing ever wider, but our list only getting more narrow. Oh, and make sure you stick around to wait to see if we
Episode 102: Grade 9 “The Barenaked ABCs is an absurd podcast that reviews Barenaked Ladies songs. In an effort to sound more intelligent than they are, the hosts have arranged their list in an alphabetical manner, but most people think this is unnecessary because it leads odd combinations for irrational reasons.” That was the synopsis of the show that I
This week Aaron and I review our regrets and resolutions, review our scores for the years, and discuss next year.
Barenaked Ladies with the Toronto Orchestra, Roy Thomson Hall part of One Week performed with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra at Roy Thomson Hall on December 12, 2014 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFQhx-3WATc (One Week) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1qEhhZJmDk (“Royals” / “Wrecking Ball” / Rap) Barenaked Ladies with the Boston Pops 2006 Brothers Creeggan “Convey” Andiworks III “Convey” (entirely different) Ships and Dip “Pollywog in a Bog”
Episode 99: Good Times It has been a wonderful year. And as we near the end of it, I like to reminisce. But that is for two episodes from now. Before we discuss the good times, it is time to discuss “Good Times” by Barenaked Ladies and the Persuasions. We don’t have Aaron, but we do have Tyler Bodreau. So,
You know how we talk about “They Might Be Giants” a lot! Well, you’ve never heard us talk about them so much. This week Tracy crossed over to This Might Be A Podcast and talked “Meet The Elements” with Greg. It was a lot of fun! https://soundcloud.com/user-946961552/crossover-event-tmbp-59
Episode 98: Gonna Walk This week is the huge “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover starting. If you could have any superpower, which one would you pick. Personally, I would pick flight. I’ve always wanted to fly. But Ed. Well, even though he is a pilot, I guess his superpower would be “walking”. I’m not sure what that would look like,
Michelle went searching for Aaron but only found a golden idol of a young Steven. Boy oh boy. Speaking of which, this week we discuss “Golden Boy” with Katherine Cornetta, long time BNL fan and BNABC listener! “Golden Boy” Appearance https://ew.com/article/2010/03/09/barenaked-ladies-ed-robertson-all-in-good-time/ Plugs: @katcornetta Sportsgirlkat.com
With American Thanksgiving this week, we are officially going to be in the “Holiday Season”, so it is only fitting that we start the season with a holiday song. And we get to spend some time with our favorite Canadians… no, not BNL. Andrew and Justin from “Monster Squad Minute” return to discuss the blessing of BNL with Sarah McLaughlin.
I added Aaron’s thoughts on “Go Home” into the old episode, but if you just want to hear him, you can download this “fix” episode, which is just his audio.
Episode 95: Go Home We still don’t have Aaron. He decided he’s had enough of me and decided to Go Home. Michelle decided to Go Home this week too. Since we are without my compatriots, I have the boss of our home network, Blake Reilly. But don’t you Go Home. Unless you are on your way back from work. Then by
As we blast out of docking bay 94 on our way to explore the globes of the galaxy, we will be without Aaron and Michelle this week, who are doing some globetrotting of their own. We will continue on with our global tour of guests. Joining us to discuss “Globetrot” this week are the Amateur Nerds: Tyler and Chandra Boudreau
I had to take a break and go get a fast food snack. You know, Big Mac, Filet O Fish, Quarter Pounder, French Fry… So while I’m chatting up the “Ariel”, (you know, the “McDonald’s Girl”), you can listen to this wonderful interview with a “Lucky Star”, Dean Friedman, an inspiration to Steven Page to the extent that he is
Episode 92: Give It Back To You (fix) I made a mistake in uploading today, so I have fixed the error. Thank you so much for deciding to stay with us for your BNL reviews. It brings us so much happiness, that we would like to “Give It Back To You” by giving you another episode. And we have a
Now, Steven Page is touring the US again. And he is doing VIP experience! Buy your tickets now, since they are already on sale. But if they come to Maine, BACK OFF! I’m first. The rest of you better get in line. And while you are waiting behind me, you can listen to our episode this week “Get In
We don’t have Aaron this week, but that is okay because I got back-up from Tyler Boudreau from “Fantastic Mr. Fox Minute” as we discuss “Get Back Up”. Appearances Ed and Tyler being interviewed for Silverball You can download the Fantastic Mr. Fox Minute anywhere that podcasts are downloaded.
We have a very special guest tonight. The man who made tonight’s song possible. The one that the song was written for (and based on some of his “Kids In The Hall” skits, maybe about?)… the one and only Dave Foley! Join us as he discusses how “Gangster Girl” came to exist. If you aren’t familiar with Kids In the
Fun and Games We are finishing up the Fs (another letter down!) and we are having a great time discussing Ed’s most political son so far “Fun and Games”. We have a guest, Becca, join us at the end, so we get a gender balanced review this week Original Also bathroom sessions version Appearance As people know, we skipped “Faith”
Episode 87: Fox on the Run No, we are not taking on the major networks. We aren’t cable. We are a podcast. Where we discuss Barenaked Ladies songs alphabetically. Wait. BNL covered “Fox On The Run” and then they were on the Fox network…. coincidence??? Live from the Horseshoe in Toronto 1991 (that was later turned into the “Hello
We were having major audio problems this week, so luckily we got this episode done in time. I would say with Four Seconds to spare. We are without Aaron and Michelle (except via satellite), but luckily we have Jeff Whitmire, straight off his album release, which you can buy on Bandcamp or iTunes (https://jeffwhitmire.bandcamp.com/album/deep-fried-superhero). I highly recommend you go out
Episode 85: For You We love doing this podcast. But sometimes we have to hold back a little bit. You don’t know everything about us. And those secrets are what keep our relationship healthy? Right? I mean, we are being this way FOR YOU. It’s in your best interest. Okay. Can you just forget I said this since you can’t
We won’t keep you waiting out in the cold for this week’s episode. Aaron and Tracy discuss “Footprints” (not the poem). I know it isn’t Christmas, but we’ll leave it to that other podcast to keep things to the right season. We do things the right way: Alphabetically! So we open our door to you so you can join us
We won’t keep you waiting out in the cold for this week’s episode. Aaron and Tracy discuss “Footprints” (not the poem). I know it isn’t Christmas, but we’ll leave it to that other podcast to keep things to the right season. We do things the right way: Alphabetically! So we open our door to you so you can join us
I love me a potluck. Bring all the good stuff. But do they call it a food party in Canada? Let’s talk about this and more, like who is Antoine Corbijin? And since this is a short song, let’s talk about a lot of things food related as well. Appearance Steven Page – Your Last Meal https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/steven-page-jewish-holiday-feast-and-soup/id1140304624?i=1000432838480 17 best traditional
“…and as I looked out on the landscape as I attempted to begin my writing for the week, all I could see was the fog rolling across the bay.” I think that was what they were referring to, right? Because this week, we are talking about the Fog of Writing. Or maybe they meant the book “Defending a Superhero” by
Episode 81: Flying Dreams Welcome. I am feeling really good this week. I woke up last night and had a beautiful dream that left me feeling free. I’m free of Aaron and Michelle this week (just kidding, but Michelle does send in her thoughts). I do get to talk to the educational and informational Ben Kaplan about a great Kevin
Episode 80a: The Flag (Fixed for real) SO! I made a mistake. I wave the white flag. We can’t all be perfect. But you made a mistake too. It’s all your fault I made this mistake. Just take ownership for your mistake. While your at it, listen to us talk about this song about gaslighting and abuse with special guest
Episode 80: The Flag I give up. I can’t figure out a way to introduce this week’s podcast. I am waving the white flag to writer’s block. Oh wait… nope. Writer’s block is two weeks down the road. We have Aaron but don’t have Michelle. I hope that she hasn’t waved the checkered flag and ended her part of the podcast.
We feel for you NYC. This week, you had to fight the power outage. It’s been worse and at least it wasn’t 100 degrees, but it’s hard to go without power. We are glad you all survived. You didn’t have a zombie outbreak you had to fight, or rioting and looting that you had to fight. You just had to
Episode 78: Falling for the First Time Help… I need somebody…. not just any body. You know I need someone…. wait. Wrong song. But thinking of falling reminds me of that song. Interestingly enough, I do discuss different Beatles songs with our guest this week, Jeff Whitmire! I am so happy to have him on and not just because we
I’m not going to write anything this week. Nope. I’m just going to fall back on my laurels and expect you to enjoy our podcast enough that you just listen to us anyway, as we discuss “Fall Back On”. It’s a weird week, as we don’t have Aaron or Michelle, so there is a lot of splicing and email responding.
This week’s episode discusses some very sensitive topics that are not recommended for younger listeners. Also, if you are triggered by discussions of suicide, eating disorders, or non-suicidal self-injury, we want to advise you that these topics are mentioned in this week’s discussion because of the song. We try to be respectful but also understand that just talking about these
We celebrate our 75th episode by changing everything. Why? Because the song tells us it did and as BNL tells us in a later song “It’s All Been Done”. But this week we aren’t discussing that. We are discussing “Everything Had Changed” with Bryan Ripper of “All About The Mouse” podcast! It’s a huge episode but we had so much
Episode 74: Every Subway Car Personally, I like Subway. Forget Jared, the sandwiches are great. And obviously Ed loves to have his sandwiches delivered directly to him because this week we discuss “Every Subway Car”. But did someone forget to tell me that Subway delivers? Ed knew about this project before I did. Weird. Video Appearances StArT Program Toronto
Welcome. It’s for you. You’ve just been erased. Expect to see Kevin Hearn and gang at your house in the next 2 minutes. Do not answer the door unless the person gives you the passcode “Barenaked ABCs”. Your response should be “Snacktime!” If they respond with anything but “the best children’s album ever” (or if you see Arnold Schwartzenegger through
Not only do we talk about “Enid” but we also talk TO Enid. That’s right, Enid was nice enough to return to talk about her namesake song! We have Aaron back, but lost Michelle for the week. This is a super jam packed episode, so enjoy the whole thing! Video Appearances BNL on “House of Strombo” after their Hall of
Episode 71: Elf’s Lament Ever wanted to know what it sounds like when a person throws away their pride and humility? Make sure you listen to the end of this week’s episode. There is my lament about doing this episode. But first, listen in to hear Blake Reilly from several Filling The Void Podcast Network’s shows talk about the Christmas
Episode 70: Easy This week we are laying back and taking it easy (no, not the Eagles’ song) while Aaron continues to search for the Lost Jedi, Steven Page. Come on, Aaron. We are on Order 70 already. This should have been easy. To replace him, we have Enid… yes, that Enid… to talk about “Easy”. I know we make
It’s that time of the year again. Yep. Spring Cleaning. The Easter Bunny has destroyed our house and it really needs a good dusting anyway. Kevin is right. No one wants to stay in these dirty dusty rooms. So while we clean our houses and you clean yours, why don’t you listen to this week’s episode. Aaron is now on
Red Green would probably approve of today’s episode and song. We are talking about how to do open heart surgery using polyethylene coated pressure sensitive tape, and whether it is really a good idea. We have Aaron around for one more week as he prepares for his trip to find the rogue Jedi Steven. But we are certain that
Episode 67: Drawing I can’t remember the episode that we are discussing this week. It’s weird. I’m Drawing a blank. But BNL didn’t. We don’t have Aaron this week, but we have a special guest, one of the writers for Get Barenaked and Barenaked News, Mil Feirn. And they give an amazingly different view of Kevin and this song. Does
Episode 66: Down To Earth It is time for Order 66, bring all the Jedi back down to earth and bury them in it. Wait. Wrong situation. Sorry. That is the other part of our webpage. This is Episode 66 where we talk about “Down To Earth”. Aaron will be gone for over a month soon, so enjoy one of
We must live in the South Africa, because it is getting warmer, but it is Christmas time again. I’m not really sure how this works or why it keeps happening. I mean, I know life goes faster as you age, but this is getting ridiculous. Well, anyway, this week our “supergroup” discusses the BNL cover of the 80’s original supergroup.
Episode 64: “Buddy Holly” Sixty years ago, Buddy Holly, Big Bopper, and Richie Valens all died in a plane crash because Buddy wanted to get to the next concert quicker so that he would have time to do his laundry before the show. True story. It was the day the music died. And this week, is another week that the
Does that mean I can say whatever I want here because it is written, so it isn’t out loud? Well, this week we say a lot of things out loud. We talk about Grinning Streak quite a bit. No editing this week because whatever we said out loud will remain said. And make sure you stick around for the music
Episode 62: Melanie Doane Interview We are joyous to push off another song for a week so that we can talk with Melanie Doane, with whom the Ladies worked recently to raise money for the USchool charity. They recorded a song “Joy To The World” with the USchool students. This is an amazing charity and Melanie is an intelligent and
Episode 61: Deck The Stills We are all decked out for our Christmas party. Wait…. it’s March. Um… well…. Let’s march on with the episode anyway. Let’s discuss another Christmas song: Deck The Stills Appearance “Resist It” by Carole Pope with Kevin Hearn https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpAMdke3_Xo (video) https://www.samaritanmag.com/cause-song/80065/carole-pope-kevin-hearn-resist-it-2018
This week we have the great Greg from “This Might Be A Podcast” where they discuss “They Might Be Giants” songs. That group Aaron brings up every other week. And this week we will be talking about the song “Daydreamin’”. No… not the Radiohead song, although I’m sure Aaron would love to do that. And not the Aretha song. And
It will be “One Week” before you get to hear another episode where we discuss a song by Barenaked Ladies because this week, Aaron and I had the distinct pleasure of talking with Susan Rogers, who among her many accolades can say that she co-produced “Stunt” for Barenaked Ladies 20 years ago. We were so enthused to have this opportunity,
Do you want to know what this week’s song is? Do I have your interest peaked? It’s not “Mystery”. It starts with “C” as we end with our “C”s. It’s Curious. And this week you will be curious as to where Aaron went, but he is just sick. But unlike the cat, curiosity didn’t kill him. Which is luck for
Christmas time is here. Listen to our cast and cheer. Oh that we… could always re… view Christmas songs all the year. Join us as we have such a deep cut this week that I had to run to the emergency room in order to seek help. A Barenaked Christmas 1991 (Fan Club CD, 4:39) with God Rest Ye Merry
Episode 56: Crazy ABCs Didn’t we just discuss Crazy last week? I mean, I know we had problems loading the file but I swear that….. oh I’m not going Crazy. This week we are discussing “Crazy ABCs”. It’s like Crazy but lite, for kids. Appearance: Covering Comes a Time by Neil Young Bnlhttp.com under Random: Various Songs
Thanks to @reybee for giving us access to this new song that we are reviewing this week (Episode 55b). Aaron really loves this song by <PIG>. Take a listen to the episode and if you like Aaron’s type of music, pick this song up quick.
I accidentally uploaded the wrong file this week. It seems that iTunes won’t fix the error unless I make another post. So here is the correct post for the week. Sorry everyone Episode 55: Crazy This week’s song is going to drive me crazy. Is it two songs? Is it three? Is it one? Are there really voices in the
This week’s song is going to drive me crazy. Is it two songs? Is it three? Is it one? Are there really voices in the background, or are they all just in my head? What are they saying? Please listen this week and let us know on Facebook or www.bowlingstormtrooperentertainment.com to give us what you know. By the way, after
Episode 54: Crawl Will we sink or swim this week as we wade through our discussion of “Crawl”? That’s right. We are back and flying like butterflies. Feel free to join us. I’m not going to touch the other pun. Michelle would kill me. Audio youtube Appearance “Oh Alberta”, short (Tyler features at the end)
What shall we discuss this week? Dracula’s depression? Chocula’s cheerlessness? Dooku’s dysthymia? Nope. No discussing Count’s or downs. Sorry, Count Rugen. This week the counts are down as we discuss “Counting Down”. Appearance Barenaked Ladies: First Play Live Extended Interview (CBC) Filet Mignon is the worst cut! Plugs Boy Meets Retrocast
Episode 52: Conventioneers Tonight we discuss lounge lizards at San Diego ComicCon…. or maybe it is just the song Conventioneers. We invite more people on the show (@WilliamShatner, @BenFolds) and discuss which BNL member we would have our one night stand with. Well, okay, the last one is a lie. Our significant others might not be happy with that last
Yes, you read that right…. and I spelled it that way on purpose. I may not know how to pronounce, but I know how to spell. Tonight’s episode, we welcome back Bobby in order to go back and fix our mistakes and our numbers. I don’t fix my “pronounciations”, but we adjust our numbers so we can start the year
MERRY CHRISTMAS!!! Sorry this is a bit late. I got “wrapped” up into Christmas. And today we finish #ChristmasInDecember as we discuss “Christmastime (Oh Yeah)”. Appearance Twas the Night Before Christmas on Pearl Street https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s8sDzP7EouE Did you buy your tickets for Steven Page playing in the Maritimes with an orchestra directed by Andy Creeggan? Then do. Plug Hit Points Gaming
Episode 49: Christmas PicsWe’re almost there. And we are continuing #ChristmasInDecember by discussing “Christmas Pics”, my least favorite thing to do during the holiday. But will it be my least favorite song? Will I continue to be the Scrooge, or have I seen the Ghost of Christmas Future? Appearance: Barenaked Holiday Special https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLTXUdwW5G0 Plug: https://www.spreaker.com/show/theblakeandsalshow
Episode 47: CelebrityEntertainment Tonight, TMZ, People magazine, Weekly World News, any news channel today. What do they all have in common? Our obsession with celebrities. And Kevin, Steven, and Ed don’t show any mercy in this week’s song. Will we love it, be merciful, or just be downright sadistic? You’ll just have to tune in to find out. Appearance“Celebrity” from
Episode 47: Carol of The Bells Rate all the songs. Seven to Y. Loving on some. Make real fans cry. This week our song… a holiday gem. Carol of the Bells. Virtue or sin. We will talk about it, dish about it, then give our ratings. Will we love or will we hate it? Will we love or will we
Episode 46: Care Less We hope that you care about our podcast. If you do, please let us know. This week it is just Michelle and I and we couldn’t care less where Aaron is, because he belongs here with us. But we make do without him and discuss two rare tunes by BNL this week. We dove deep deep
Happy Thanksgiving! Ok… we are a little early, but we are busy prepping for Thanksgiving here in America. So we got this one out early so you can listen to it while you are chopping your vegetables (unless you are in Canada, like our guest for this week, Justin from Monster Squad Minute). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBMxpDbp51A Appearance Ed Robertson talks about
Episode 44: Canadian Snacktime Trilogy: Part ii Popcorn Whatever your political affiliation, if you are a US citizen, go out today and vote. And while you are there, hopefully they have some popcorn. I’m not sure if today is Election Day in Canada, but we have our favorite Canadians, the people from Monster Squad Minute, back to discuss the second
Episode 43: Canadian Snacktime Trilogy: Snacktime It’s Halloween!!! And guess what we in the USA talk about at Halloween. SNACKS!!! CANDY!! And BNL music about Snacks and Candy!!!! NO Not Sex and Candy. SNACKS! As in Snacktime! And this week we discuss “Snacktime” with the guys from the Monster Squad Minute. That’s right. We talk with the Monster Squad Minute
Episode 42: Canada Dry I am American and wet because it is raining. In my part of the country… which is Maine. It is raining in Maine. Okay? And I hate October Rain. November, it’s fine because it is usually snow here. But October Rain stinks. It’s cold and drizzly…. okay. I need to get my head off the weather.
Episode 41: Call Me Calmly Call me hungry, call me busy, call me late for dinner, just make sure you call me calmly. Tonight we discuss a song that is rated XXX using rated PG language. Would I lie? We have no Aaron this week, so we have a “guest” read his review. And if you haven’t seen it yet,
Episode 40: Call and Answer You say it’s getting to the point where we are hitting our stride? Well, I say that BNL hit its stride with this song. Do the rest of group agree with me? You will just have to listen to see what they say. Alanis Morrissette, on the Au Naturale Tour, singing this song with BNL.
Episode 38: Bull In A China Shop Have you ever felt like everything you touch just rusts, corrodes, decays? We don’t feel that way, but this week we explore a song where the narrator feels like he has the anti-Midas touch. But is this song solid gold itself? You’ll have to tune in to find out. Barenaked Ladies
Episode 38: “Heal Thyself Part II Discipline” review We are showing we have no discipline as we take time away from our lineup to review Steven Page’s new album “Heal Thyself Part II: Discipline”, which came out Sept. 14. Should we trust Steven’s instincts or should we should discipline at the music shop? Listen in to find out. Next
Episode 37: Bringing It Home It sounds almost like a goodbye song title. We hope that it isn’t. This week we discuss the boys celebration anthem. In the middle, I post a clip of the song, with Ed’s vocals minimized to accentuate the new instrument. That is not how the bridge actually sounds. Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ZTNLC-iHxI
Episode 36: Brian Wilson Are you reeling from the good vibrations from last week’s interview? I still am. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was one song where we all agreed on its merits? Maybe it’s this song. God only knows as we review Brian Wilson with returning co-host, Bobby. We are missing Michelle, but I still guarantee, this long
Steven Page has been writing songs for over 35 years. Most of his famous songs were done while he was with a previous group, Barenaked Ladies, a band that he wrote and played with for 20 years, a band that to some extent still defines how people see him and talk about him. I mean, look at my second sentence.
Interviewer: Steven, it is an absolute pleasure to be talking with you today, and that, to me, is a major understatement. Your music has entertained me during moments of joy and has helped me wallow in my sorrow and helped me with my stress during periods of darkness. Stunt came out during my Graduate program years and “Who Needs Sleep”
Pinch me! Tonight we don’t review a song. Tonight, I interview STEVEN PAGE himself!!! That’s right! We’ve had our questions and we had the chance to ask them. Thank you’s to Rey Roldan (@reybee), who gave me this opportunity; and to BNL ABCs cast for helping me develop the questions. Please go out next week and buy Steven’s new album,
Episode 34: Break Your Heart (with Blake Reilly) I’m a little late on today’s song due to an upcoming event that I hope you all enjoy (should be next week). I hope that it didn’t “Break Your Heart”. But we have Blake Reilly from “Clerks Minute” joining us today for a really fun episode that should rise your spirits.
Tonight we discuss “Box Set” with some Canadians, the men from Monster Squad Minute. So, this isn’t my best intro. Are you wanting me to go back and do my greatest intro? Is that all you want? I can’t be my best all the time. Some of these are just going to be mediocre. Hopefully, some day another label will
Episode 32: Born Human Aren’t we all born human? I suppose? Am I making a false assumption here? We are all born human, right? I don’t think we have any wolves listening tonight. But we do have a special guest, Saker from the “it’s All Been Done” podcast. How many possible theories about this song can we come up with?
You came BACK! You seem to keep doing that. And for that we thank you. This week we discuss an object that, if thrown right, keeps coming back. Welcome to “Boomerang” week. This week, during our Summer of Bs (#SummerofBs), we have another guest: Victor from Unofficial: Barenaked Ladies. We discuss “Where was Ed?” during our Summer of ’88 section.
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
Episode 29: Blacking Out I’ve been a little stressed lately. Okay, very. Some people compensate with Alcohol (not this week’s song). Sometimes they compensate too much and Black Out. But we don’t do that anymore. So instead we’ll discuss BNL’s song “Blacking Out”. We are missing Aaron, who is busy doing Time Travel. He stole the TARDIS, but we get
Episode 28: Big Bang Theory Theme My whole universe doesn’t revolve around the Ladies, but they are like the Sun. And tonight we explore an essential song in their catalogue. It was inspired by “Big Bang” by Simon Singh (https://www.amazon.com/Big-Bang-Universe-Simon-Singh/dp/0007162219/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1531441848&sr=8-1&keywords=big+bang+simon+singh) Official video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TzhIfN4UQv8 BNL Rocks Red Rocks version https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5x60kMCLnf0 Appearance: BNL in cartoon form on Odd
We wish BNL would be our friends, but tonight me and my best friends sit down and talk about Best Friend from “Grinning Streak”. Live performance of this song Chicago, IL from July 2013 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmaBq_IQezI Appearance / Facts: Elevator Interviews on New York Live, interview for Grinning Streak https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63hiwMa9jpM
Episode 26: Beautiful What can I say about this week’s episode? It is pretty superficial at first but then it gets deep when we really delve into it. Will you fall in love with us at first listen or will you have to listen a few times before the full magnitude of the discussion becomes evident? We avoid man-splanning while
Episode 25: Be My Yoko Ono Welcome back to Barenaked ABCs. And a big welcome back to always friend, and automatic member of the podcast, Bobby. This week, we cover one of the most influential songs the band has ever created. And, just as you never knew what Yoko was going to do next, we are very spontaneous in this
Episode 24: Bank Job Tonight we mug for the camera on a podcast while we discuss a bank job gone wrong. What would stop each of us if we committed a bank job? And like the bank robbers in the song, there is dissention in the ranks as we rank this song. Bank Job on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8dMIzfp8HM
Tonight’s song is not a song, but a Ballad. No, it’s not the Ballad of Plain D by Gordon Lightfoot. It’s not the Ballad of John and Yoko (but stick around for Beatles galore in two weeks). Nor is it the Ballad of Gordon and Lily. We are discussing Ballad of Gordon, which is actually a Public Service Announcement for FOX.
Episode 22: Bag of Bones ARGH!!!! We are being chase by BIG DOGS. BARKING DOGS! BITING DOGS! No time for an episode this week, so here is sound clips of us just running from dogs for an hour. I hope you enjoy our howls of pain. Seriously, we recorded an episode about “Bag of Bones” last week, so that will be
As you may have seen, we have spammers. This has just been a bad day. And coincidentally, that is today’s song. This week, we review “Bad Day” off “Snacktime”. I know some of us (ahem, not Tracy) have been harsh on this album so far, but maybe this won’t be a bad day for Snacktime. Tune in to see.
Welcome “back” to the Barenaked ABCs, where tonight’s song is “Back”, a B-side on the “Brian Wilson 2000” CD. We discuss this rare “B-side” and if it should have been more. “Back” – YouTube “video” of this song. Not a real video, but a fan-made one. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSsFbJ4cgHQ Appearance / Facts: Junos award 2002 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HexQg1czJa0 Promos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WVz1Szz4QjM&list=PLxfxthv4C_iRayuADANx9F0fLaleoHgB_&index=2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b7918o0epQQ&list=PLxfxthv4C_iRayuADANx9F0fLaleoHgB_
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Tonight is a big night. We move into the Bs!!!! Now that we are out of the A’s, we feel that we are out of the baby phase, maybe into the toddler phase. It is time for us to get out of the baby seat. And tonight we discuss Baby Seat. Aaron starts referencing music all over the place. This
Episode 18: Auld Lang Syne It’s the end of the year as we know it. It’s the end of the year as we know it. It’s the end of the world as we know it. And it is MAY! Ok, so our calendar is a little off. But I wasn’t about to wait another 8 months to start the podcast
Bite not your frenulum at me, good sir. We are discussing a whole album this week, as we take on “As You Like It”. It is a tome of an episode, with five Acts. There is adventure, love, betrayal, and the horns, the horns, the lusty horns. So, come hither, come hither, come hither. Whole Album https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UAjdSJciKIA The notes underneath,
Tonight we try another spin at another Another song. It is Another Spin, another song off the 2007 album Barenaked Ladies are Men (BLAME) Appearance Kevin can be heard on the Rheostatics live album “Calling Out The Chords Vol 1.” when he was performing with the band. he can be heard on “I Am Drumstein”, “Boxcar Song”, and “Kevin’s
Episode 15: “Another Postcard” has arrived at our mailboxes. And it is with Chimpanzees? Why do we keep getting these postcards with chimps on them? While we solve this mystery, here is this week’s episode… ooooooooh. about “Another Postcard”. Right. Tonight we are joined, or invaded, depending upon your point of view, by Michael from The “Weird Al”phabet. We had
APRIL FOOLS! This week we don’t discuss any songs. Instead, we discuss everything Juno’s related. Did the band just come back from the dead (ok… they weren’t really dead… but I had to make an Easter reference.) Enjoy this animated discussion and we will be back with a song review next week. Here are the clips for the induction by
Tonight we will be discussing “Another” Kevin Hearn song: “Another Heatbreak”, off the 2010 album “All In Good Time”. Who is this Michael Phillip Wojewoda and why is he important? Who are Corky and the Juice Pigs? Why are we talking about people who aren’t in Barenaked Ladies? Will Bubbles the chimp liv…. wait. That’s “Another” song. If you
Tonight’s song incites rage. We have a full out argument about Angry People, our first song off Barenaked Ladies are Men (BLAME). “Angry People” live https://youtu.be/t0Td1CLt6V8 Appearance How I Met Your Mother in 2012. “P.S. I Love You” (7:45) http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3km8vs Don’t forget: March 25 BNL with Steven Page is being honored at the Juno Awards by inducting them into the
Episode 11: Am I The Only One? In this episode we stop ourselves from feeling along by talking together through the loss referenced in “Am I The Only One” off “Maybe You Should Drive”. Here is a quick snippet of tonight’s song, in case you just recently got into the band and never delved deep into their catalog. Appearance:
This episode, we “foil” the aliens and Illuminati as we discuss “Aluminum”, off the 2003 album “Everything To Everyone”. Aluminum vs Aluminium: www.lostinthepond.com/2013/02/why-do-americans-pronounce-it-aluminum.html#.WoJhR0xFy1s Bathroom Sessions https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pVgj6bawus Aluminum (in studio) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyo5a5Y7XSU Appearance: Gary and Mike: Episode “Corn Ugly Dog” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFUHcROix0s Link where you can watch BNL at the JUNO Awards on March 25: www.cbcmusic.ca/junos
Episode 9: “Alternative Girlfriend” We discuss another song off the 1994 album “Maybe You Should Drive” and also Disc One (Greatest Hits). We discuss what movie this reminds us of and, of course, the video. We are continuing to try new background music, so tell us what you think. We won’t sneak around behind your back because of it.
Episode 8: Allergies This week we review another song from the 2008 “Snacktime” album. We get to hear Tyler writing and singing. We have a few “celebrity” guests drop in, but don’t worry, they can’t hurt you over the radio waves. BNL playing at the Oak Brook, IL Borders in front of kids with a girl holding the
Episode 7: “All In Good Time”: This week we discuss the titular song from the 2010 album “All In Good Time”, which was not on the album. I apologize for the song quality. It is a work in progress. Bobby apologizes! We are trying something with background music to see if it adds to the program. Let us know what
Episode 6: “Alcohol”. Tonight, we discuss this fan favorite song from the 1998 “Stunt” album. We invite Jason Toussant, from Thirsty Thursdays and Silver Paladin Gaming. He gives us our alcoholic drink for the episod. We discuss our favorite drinks and discuss what “Angela” has to do with Alcohol. Below are the plugs and the appearance: BNL at the
Episode 5: “Adrift”. Tonight, we discuss this song from the 2006 Barenaked Ladies “Are Me” album. We discuss the four different versions of this song. Again, a few audio problems (somehow the ghost of Darth Vader shows up on this EVP, or I am heavy breathing because of my cold. Sorry). Below you will find the Bathroom Sessions version of
Episode 4: “A Word For That” (Clean) This is the clean version. The full version will be available soon. Also, there was a problem with my microphone that I could not fix, so I apologize in advance. Before the Episode begins, Michelle and Tracy share an exciting announcement. Tonight, in the episode proper, we discuss this song from the 2008
Episode 3: “A”. Didn’t think we would literally cover the alphabet, did you? Joke is on you. Seriously though, we cover every Barenaked Ladies song alphabetically, and this week’s song is “A” from “Maybe You Should Drive”, BNL’s second album. In today’s episode, we will:1) do proper introductions about ourselves, since we have neglected to do that so far; 2) do
Welcome to Barenaked ABCs, where we review each Barenaked Ladies song alphabetically. What does ABCs stand for? Alphabetical Barenaked (Ladies) Catalog, because we will cover the whole thing. Tonight’s song is “20/20 Hindsight” from the 2017 album: Fake Nudes. In today’s episode, we will: Get super nerdy about bands losing a member Explore the deepest of questions: is a
Welcome to The Barenaked ABC’s, a weekly podcast where we review, discuss, and rate each Barenaked Ladies song alphabetically, one by one, starting with 7 and ending with Y. Why not Zed? To find out, you’ll have to listen to today’s episode: “7 8 9” In today’s show, we will be: introducing the group discussing the song discussing why the