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Shock and Emotions

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A Society and Culture podcast featuring John Emotions
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John talks with Gary about leaving the phone at home, the old days of a free-range childhood, dads, grandpas, tools, getting sidelined at work — but still paid.
John talks with Gary about the disingenuous media, holding talking heads accountable, the value of being first over being right? Amazon questions answered by people who didn’t buy the products, we’re all getting force-fed the same pixels, ad bl
John talks with Gary about how Singapore builds up, vertical gardens on skyscrapers, aerial parks in cities of the future, San Francisco’s transit center, SF MUNI to … Chinatown? Gary doesn’t want to be sweaty when he walks into a titty bar.
John talks with Gary about missing rock concerts, the drive-in concert trend, concert/audience technology old and new, Elon Musk’s Neuralink, nanotech, origami, life-extending technology and quality of life, The Singularity … They’ll find a way
John talks with Nick and Gary about songs that have "America," or "USA" in the title. When one of us can't tolerate a song, the safe word is "firecracker."AmericaGod Bless The U.S.A.American GunsAmerican IdiotAmerican MetalThis Is AmericaAmeric
In this special episode recorded for three of John's different audiences (mental health, activism, and personal friends) he talks about the software Donald Trump used to win the 2016 US election, and a promising app called Rate-A-Cop that myste
Since the beginning, the Rock & Roll attitude represents a defiant attitude toward authority. In this episode, Johnny and Gary take a look some artists speaking to the highest human authority — the presidents of the United States. We found song
The Year That Was ... 1975——Houses of The Holy - Led ZeppelinShining Star - Earth, Wind, and FireCocaine - Richard PryorIt's A Long Way To The Top If You Wanna Rock And Roll - AC/DCThe Streetbeater - Quincy Jones——SignalJams.com @SignalJams on
In this episode Gary and Johnny begin to explore "instrumentals" — songs that have no singing. The main rule is that the song has to have been originally recorded as an instrumental — no Muzak. There are many, but here is the first batch of fav
Did You See Me - Bus BoysIce Cream Man - Eddie MurphyIce Cream Man - Van HalenSingers - Eddie MurphyBeat It - Michael Jackson feat. Eddie Van HalenStreetbeater - Quincy Jones
Gary shares some key points reviewing his perspective on the year 1977. Rules, Rules, Rules! - George CarlinKill The King (live) - RainbowMotörhead - MotörheadSex, and Drugs, and Rock & Roll - Ian DuryOrgasm Addict - BuzzcocksStayin' Alive - Be
Gary shares some key points reviewing his perspective on the year 1972. Eighteen - Alice CooperLet's Stay Together - Al GreenSuperstition - Stevie Wonder7 Dirty Words - George CarlinAll songs and tracks available for purchase on Apple Music, Sp
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