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Here we are in this cozy chair

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Sometimes even the most uncomfortable chair can be the most cozy as long as you’re in it with me. We’ve certainly been in some challenging spots together on the show.  Places where I didn’t think we’d ever be able to Read more ›

Lovely plumage!

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So many ways to go to one’s reward… Or be put out of one’s misery… To push up daisies… Buy the farm… Swim with the fishes… Kick the bucket… Sin in St. Peters choir… Shuffle the mortal coil…

Can I play with madness

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We all know that Muffin is a bit of a metal head. High school days saw her in the “Kill ‘em all” t-shirt, driving the Escort with Anthrax turned up to 11. Military days saw her in the uniform, driving Read more ›

How a radio show made me modulate myself

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As long as I didn’t over-modulate myself. That would be the real shame. Bubbles in the Think Tank is many things to many people.  Sometimes many things to just one person.  On occasion it seems like it’s nothing to anyone Read more ›

Do you make these mistakes with your RadiObituary?

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Was it a mistake?  Or was it merely irrational exuberance? The process of crafting (and yes, it is a fine craft) the weekly RadiObituary segment is a malapert endeavor.  Seeking those recently deceased deemed worthy of recognition punctuated with scurrile Read more ›

Here is a method that is helping the trout-mouthed to feel like kids again

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Sadly, a headline like that isn’t even referencing Sonic Trout.  A wasted shame really. Media masters galore pepper this week’s installment of Bubbles in the Think Tank EAST.  From the instrumental tribute to The Avengers to the RadiObituary remembrances of Read more ›

The scoffed bombastry of lame explanations

A respect for sea life. A dose of death. And a confusing ode to a svelte cockroach. Only at Bubbles in the Think Tank. This week’s deceased: Snooks Eaglin, Kelly Groucutt, Louie Bellson, and Chuck Bennett.

Propinquity

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Bubbles in the Think Tank oft relies on themes. Other times, random thoughts manifest themselves to be clearly related. Not always apparent to even my naked eye, it can be surprising what is eventually seen. As the Bonzo Dog Doo Read more ›

Get on up

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I could just play Eddie Floyd’s Big Bird on every music show I do for the rest of my life. This episode of In The Groove, among other things, pays tribute to the great recording engineer Larry Levine, the man Read more ›

Eartha Kitt loves cats

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Seems only right, doesn’t it? Last night’s episode of Bubbles in the Think Tank EAST was cram packed with strange connections brought forth by Belinda’s own style of stream of consciousness programming. Who woulda thought that Eartha Kitt,  Rusty Warren, Read more ›