Tue, 20 December 2011
Hello kids. There's no need for a fancy intro, or waxing any Dawg Poetic about this show. This show is entirely dedicated to the one and only, Larry Munson.
In this show, we have three new Munson Mixes for you, as the best way I know to pay tribute to Larry is to make those mixes. We also have snippets of Verron Haynes, Tony Barnhart, and our very own Kyle King paying their own tributes to Larry.
The three Munson Mixes each have their own feel to them. The first is what I call "Cocktail Party Rock Anthem" and is a mashup of the most famous of Larry's extensive catalogue, Run Lindsay.
The second Munson Mix is about the 2002 SEC Championship team and is set to Foo Fighters' The Pretender. That team never gave up and never surrendered, which is the theme to that tune.
The last Munson Mix has quickly become one of my favorites out of all that I have done. Keeping with the Foo Fighters, this one is set to Times Like These and is a collection of my own personal favorite Munson calls from his entire career.
At the very end of the show, you'll get exactly 1:17 of radio silence, which is the length of the Run Lindsay call, and is the best way I personally know to pay tribute to him, as there will be another one like him.
Thu, 8 December 2011
Hello kids! Sorry the podcast is late this week. It turns out that while podcasting is quite fun, it's my 8-5 life that actually pays the bills, and this week has been extra 8-5'y.
This week, Kyle and I wax Dawg Poetic about the SEC Championship game, preview the Peloponnesian War, and quotes the Nostradamus of our time, Eminem, when Kyle asks "Will the real Georgia Bulldogs please stand up?"
Before I get you guys to the links, I want to first thank Munson's Marbles for providing us with an extremely cool "Hooray Podcast!" picture. It's always down in the comments, but as this is one of the final podcasts relating to football of the season, I wanted to give him special thanks for putting that together. It's awesome.
Also, I wanted to thank you guys for making this podcast as popular as it is. It completely warms my heart when I log onto iTunes and I see us competing closely with (and sometimes beating) other podcasts like the official B1G Ten Podcast, Georgia Tech's official podcast, and some of the larger media members' podcasts. It's just awesome. Yes, I'm looking forward to having a couple weeks off here and there in the offseason, but I really enjoy doing this and that's mainly because you enjoy listening to it. So thank you.