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Frank hopes to inspire others to open their minds to these mediums (TV/Film, music, sports, etc.) as he divulges; while encouraging them to think, feel, and look at these subjects in a new light they may have not before.

Frank hopes to inspire others to open their minds to these mediums (TV/Film, music, sports, etc.) as he divulges; while encouraging them to think, feel, and look at these subjects in a new light they may have not before.

Location:

United States

Description:

Frank hopes to inspire others to open their minds to these mediums (TV/Film, music, sports, etc.) as he divulges; while encouraging them to think, feel, and look at these subjects in a new light they may have not before.

Twitter:

@FrankMeno

Language:

English


Episodes

Episode 4: Nirvana Live at Reading, 25 years later.

6/22/2017
Frank talks about Nirvana's epic concert at Reading in 1992, discussing the setlist and some of the band's history 25 years later. (I do not own any of the music media in this recording. This podcast is strictly for commentary, analysis, and review. It is not for profit. All rights belong to their creative/corporate entities).

Duration:00:26:40

Episode 3: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2017, justifying Pearl Jam and Tupac Shakur for induction.

12/19/2016
Frank talks about why Pearl Jam is a lock for first ballot induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame; and why Tupac Shakur also deserves first ballot induction. The class of 2017 will be announced on December 20th, 2016.

Duration:00:38:39

Episode 2: Alice In Chains Unplugged, 20 years later.

12/12/2016
A discussion and breakdown of the Unplugged session of Alice In Chains, 20 years after the performance: why it's so powerful, important, and one of the band's best triumphs. (I do not own any of the music media in this recording. This podcast is strictly for commentary, analysis, and review. It is not for profit. All rights belong to their creative/corporate entities).

Duration:00:43:15

Episode 1: "Scream" 20 years later.

12/5/2016
A discussion of the film "Scream" 20 years later, and a breakdown of why it was so successful and stands the test of time. (I do not own any of the music or movie media in this recording. This podcast is strictly recreational. It is for commentary, analysis, and review. It is not for profit. All rights belong to their creative/corporate entities).

Duration:00:40:20