Alberto de la Cruz  of Babalublog.com comes back by the woodpile to talk about the plight of persecuted Cubans, including Damas de Blanco, Oswaldo Paya, Rosa Maria Paya and others.

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Philosophical sifting on this episode talking up the fallacy of “experts”, agreeing too quickly with friends, assuming ill motives in disagreements, moral matrixes, Mississippi accents, Aryan supremacy wedding cakes and Dr. Thomas Sowell.

 

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Professional wrestlers tried to contribute to the high art of music back in the 80's, of which guest Cat Taylor pontificates eloquently on for us lowly turkey necks. Hulk Hogan, Jerry Lawler, Junkyard Dog, Jimmy Hart, Vince Mcmahon, Cyndi Lauper, Captain Lou Albano, Rick Flair and a whole stadium full of fierce characters enter the ring on this special throw down edition of Songs From a 1980s Roller Rink Dumpster.

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Final chapter of Spun Counterguy's Taoist adventures in China and America! This time around: sleeping on belts and dreaming of snakes, your value based on where you're standing, America's romance with dictatorship, one eyed massages and desire for the unattainable.    

 

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Radio promotions legend Chris Hauser comes back by the woodpile to talk about a few great artists he got to work with in the 80's, including Amy Grant, Russ Taff and Steve Taylor.

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(Chris auditioning as a dancer for Amy's next tour) 

 

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Phil Keaggy comes Back by the Woodpile to talk over 25 years later about his masterpiece album Beyond Nature. The life events surrounding it's composition and recording, the philosophical origin behind the project, exclusive performances and explorations of the songs and the record's impact on everyone involved are all discussed. 

 

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Ready Player One has to be one of the best gifts to 80's fans in a long time and it's about to be a movie. On this episode we talk about what makes it so great, the memories it jump starts and even some of it's weaknesses. 

 

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More tales of an American in the Taoist wonderland of China! This time around, encounters with swinging Buddhists, faux Catholics, underground Christians, a Jewish well, a Muslim hug and over confident parades.

 

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More adventures of an American in China trying to find the meaning of the Tao! This time around, Zhuangzi’s butterflies and romance on the Meng Mountain, scholars in their short-shorts, suggestive broken I-Ching lines and the superiority of Chang six-packs over Emperors.

 

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Loneliness, taking the temperature of the room, crying fish in the heart of water, greed, the opportunism of compassion and so much more are discussed in this philosophical workout podcast!

 

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Poet Juana Rosa Pita comes Back by the Woodpile to share not only her poetry but glimpses into her life's story, her lost homeland of Cuba and of the miraculous entanglements she's shared with other humans. 

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Dining with a queen or jamming with Count Basie, evangelical peg legged pirates, expecting more from low-expectation children and wills verses wishes. It’s all here on this hodgepodge episode of In the Corner Back By The Woodpile!

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