October 8, 2006

Audible Althouse #68.

In the new podcast, I stumble into a marijuana festival, I submerge myself in a comparison of Foleygate to "The Vagina Monologues," I stare too deeply into a postcard photograph of my grandmother, and I end up wondering what song to have played at my funeral.

Stream it right through your computer here. But all the transgressive rebel artists are subscribing on iTunes:
Ann Althouse - Audible Althouse

4 comments:

Johnny Nucleo said...

Good songs on your ipod. I think an Audible Althouse where you played DJ would be cool. You have extensive knowlege and you have good taste and you are good with the theme stuff. But I think that would be illegal. Or would it? I really have no idea. This crazy Internet!

Palladian said...

I drink a venti cappuccino before and during my classes which gets me right up to the anger point but doesn't surpass it, though perhaps it would make class more interesting if I did. I'm much more apt to pass into a jittery rage when I'm drinking press coffee at home. Before I know it, I've downed 32 ounces of black Yemen Mocha or Sumatra and I'm ready to beat people up.

Oh, and I forgot to add the music I want played at my funeral in the other post: Henry Purcell's music for the funeral of Queen Mary [iTunes link]. Performed live, of course.

Palladian said...

Damn, that iTunes sample doesn't let it get to the good part! You'll have to buy it if you want to hear. But buy all 7 parts for the full effect. It's good that they have the Gardiner recording on there, which is my favorite one.

Ben Masel said...

You wonder why we'd put articles on a fence on the mall, "rather' than a website. The fence snagged your attention, while the website has not. It's also always read by the cops assigned to our events.