Join Death Day Cabaret as we discuss the 1968 highly influential jazz trio release Now He Sings, Now He Sobs from Chick Corea. This album was picked and we are joined by Denver jazz pianist and band leader Annie Booth. Check out Annie Booth's music and information: https://www.cdbaby.com/cd/anniebooth http://www.annieboothmusic.com/
In this episode Death Day Cabaret discusses the album We Must Become The Pitiless Censors of Ourselves by lofi artist John Maus. We are joined by our favorite librarian and one of our biggest fans and supporters, Alison Slyziuk. We (somehow) cover all topics from library in the digital age to Trans equality.
Death Day Cabaret is joined this week by Breakneck Betty to discuss Tiny Music... Songs From The Vatican Gift Shop by Stone Temple Pilots. Also Breakneck Betty plays an acoustic set! Check out Breakneck Betty! http://tinyurl.com/breakneckbetty
Clap Your Hands, Say Yeah! In this episode, Death Day Cabaret dissects Brad's album choice: Only Run by Clap Your Hands Say Yeah. Also, Scott's B Side and Jaime's Guilty Pleasure. Also, we knock Billy Corgan down a peg. #WhatnowBilly?
Apologies! Unfortunately, and due to technical difficulties, we don't have an episode this week... Tune in on 3/22 for our next episode Contact us at email@example.com for suggestions and comments Thanks!
Foo Fighters! In this episode of the podcast, Death Day Cabaret discusses Dave's choice The Colour and the Shape by the Foo Fighters. New segment rock & roll trivia, Brad gets embarrased with his guilty pleasure and Jaime dishes out one of her favorite B-sides.
Neil Young! In this episode Death Day Cabaret discusses Brad's album pick, Neil Young's 1974 release On The Beach. Also Erok tells us about his guilty pleasure song "Tarzan and Jane" by Toy-Box. Other stuff too!
Def Leppard! In this episode, the members of Denver based alternative band, Death Day Cabaretdiscussthe 1987 hard rock album Hysteria from Def Leppard. Well known tracks include "Pour Some Sugar on Me", "Love Bites", and "Rocket". We also review our B-Side selection, "This Day in Music History", and a guilty pleasure song.
Tool! In this episode, the members of the Denver based alternative band, Death Day Cabaret, discussthe 2006progressive metal/art-rockalbum 10,000 Daysfrom Tool. Well known tracks include "Vicarious", "Jambi", and "The Pot".