3: Assange, Spring Break and Kurt Cobain

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Live @ 9PM CST on Sunday, April 7 2019 | episode

Summary: This was a live recording hosted by William with no guests. Ugh. He discussed Julian Assange, a spring break trip from Memphis to Atlanta to Nashville to Louisville, and what the 25th anniversary of Kurt Cobain’s suicide meant to him.

0:00:30 – “Renegades of Funk”: Planet Rock: The Album (1986) by Afrika Bambaataa & Soulsonic Force

0:11:30 – “Corporation”: Boarding House Reach (2018) by Jack White

0:16:40 – Julian Assange

0:43:40 – “Ice Station Zebra”: Boarding House Reach (2018) by Jack White

MEMPHIS

0:52:00 – National Civil Rights Museum & Central BBQ

0:53:00 – the power of reason and empathy

1:17:00 – 1964 Presidential Election

1:30:00 – Sun Studio

1:39:00 – Rock & Soul Museum

1:39:30 – Uncle Lou’s Fried Chicken

TUPELO

1:41:00 – Elvis Presley’s Birthplace

ATLANTA

1:43:00 – Georgia Aquarium

1:43:40 – Aviva by Kameel

1:43:50 – CNN HQ

1:53:00 – Sublime Donuts

1:54:00 – Atlanta Botanical Garden

CHATTANOOGA

1:55:00 – Incline Mountain

1:56:00 – 1885 Grill

NASHVILLE

1:58:00 – The Hermitage

2:03:00 – The Parthenon

MAMMOTH CAVE

2:04:00 – Double J Stables & Mammoth Cave National Park

LOUISVILLE

2:10:00 – Mike Linnig’s Restaurant

2:11:00 – Churchill Downs

2:12:30 – Kentucky Horse Park

2:15:30 – Eiderdown

2:18:00 – Martin Luther King, Jr – Beyond Vietnam

2:21:00 – “Galileo”: Rites of Passage (1992) by Indigo Girls

2:26:00 – Sound Opinions 325: Monterey Pop and the Live Music Explosion

2:34:10 – payola

2:35:10 – Elvis and Dewey Phillips

2:35:40 – Our Band Could Be Your Life: Scenes from the American Indie Underground, 1981–1991

2:37:24 – Nielsen SoundScan

2:46:40 – Everybody Loves Our Town: An Oral History of Grunge

2:57:00 – beyond the tyranny of government – cultural pressure:pathetic dot theory

2:59:00 – Eddie Vedder and Kurt Cobain

3:00:30 – “All Apologies”: In Utero (1993) by Nirvana

note: all timestamps are estimated