Oh hear me holler and hear me roar

The rest of the week, I’m quiet.

Oh sure, I talk a lot at work.  That’s most of what I do some days. But get me to the show and my real voice opens right up. Not that it means I yammer incessantly on air, although some of you think that I do.  Most of my voice is heard though what I play.

Back in the olden days of Bubbles in the Think Tank when I was still on the Original (I’m still “with” it as far as I’m concerned), I told lots of stories.  I won’t lie…they weren’t all based in total fact, but all reflected reality, just not always mine.  But it gave me a chance to find my voice, although I often have a tendency to lose it.  Literally and figuratively.

These days, doing the show in a co-host-less and caller-free world, I find myself telling my stories one track at a time, cobbling a narrative that not everyone hears.  Sometimes not even me.

Or do I just need to start hollerin’?

A special thanks to long-time friend of the show, Marc Edward Heuck, for his fab remembrance of Malcolm McLaren from his site, http://projectorhasbeendrinking.blogspot.com.  It’s good to have him back in the posse!

5 replies on “Oh hear me holler and hear me roar”

  1. April 12, 2010 11:45 PM – Mendocino County, CA
    I just finished listening to Bubbles In the Think Tank “Oh Hear Me Hollar and Hear Me Roar…had a wonderful time. Thank you so much!

  2. i live to hear your awesome voice and commentaries over the free-form radio waves! you always have something to shake your stick about and it is always delightful and sincere and congruent to the participants agenda every saturday night. thank you wmfo.org for havng our beloved belinda aka bubbles in the think tank there for us to enjoy.

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