You'll say you want to hear a new episode of The Story Song Podcast. What about "Breakfast at Tiffany's" by Deep Blue Something? You remember that song. You kind of liked it. Well, that's the song that we've got. Join your hosts as they review this 1990s hit.
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Can't we all just get along? According to the Valley people, no. No, we cannot. Join us as we learn which side of the mountain to go to for the best soup, and that the real treasure is the friends you make on your way to attack a mountain kingdom. This week your hosts review "One Tin Soldier," performed by the occult band, Coven, from the 1971 movie, Billy Jack.
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Jessie is a friend. Rick, not so much. Play along with the charade and try to figure out Jessie's girlfriend's name as Dan, Rachel, and Michael review Rick Springfield's 80s hit, "Jessie's Girl." Listen with those ears. Or is the point moot?
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Valentine's Day is a special day for The Story Song Podcast. For this special episode, we revisit our review of a classic 1950s country song about a man, a woman who may or may not know him, and a horse who wasn't even supposed to be there that day. Cuddle up with stupid cupid, eat some chocolates, and set the mood with "El Paso" by Marty Robbins.
Invite the neighbors over and relax with a 1970s classic. This week, Dan, Rachel, and Michael tear down walls to tell the story of “Knock Three Times,” by Tony Orlando and Dawn. Find out if Dawn is one person, two people, or just a concept.
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Take a detour this week with Dan, Michael, and Rachel as they head out on the road. We'll talk about the best bridges in New York, sophisticated wine pairings, and how much late 90's you can fit in one sentence. Hop in and buckle up for "The Way" by Fastball.
Ignore that hoot owl and get these hard times right on out of your mind with The Story Song Podcast! Join Dan, Rachel, and Michael as they leave sodbusting behind to visit Ghost Mountain and get lost in the blizzard of Michael Martin Murphey's 1975 country rock classic, "Wildfire."
Don't forget the eggnog when you ring in the New Year with Dan, Rachel, Michael, Dan Fogelberg, his old lover, her architect husband, and an irate cashier who just wants to go home on Christmas Eve. In this special episode, the hosts analyze "Same Old Lang Syne," a 1980's holiday classic by singer-songwriter Dan Fogelberg, which might not actually be a Christmas song.
Like the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Rachel, Dan, and Michael revisit one of their classic episodes for this holiday edition of The Story Song Podcast. Settle in with a nice can of cranberries and listen as your hosts unpack that 80's holiday classic, Christmas Wrapping by The Waitresses.
Meet Pearl, a singer in a nightclub. Join Dan, Rachel, and Michael at their beer-stained table as they sing songs, tell jokes, and dream of being Betty Grable, for an almost-philosophical discussion of "Pearl's a Singer" performed by Elkie Brooks and produced and co-written by legendary songwriters, Leiber and Stoller.
It's tea time at The Story Song Podcast! In this episode, Dan, Rachel, and Michael pine away for the 1960s and delve into the Herman's Hermits classic, "Mrs. Brown, You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter." Grab a biscuit, tell your butler to lock your doors, and listen to the hosts discuss misheard lyrics and Dan’s impeccable dialect skills as they review this 1960s pop hit.