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We’re back! Reporting from our new Blanket Fort studio in the East Bay of San Francisco, California. Crisman and sidekick producer Graham Richards discuss SF Sketchfest, Nichols and May, and the importance of pestering public officials.
Written by Sarah Crisman
Original Music by Graham Richards (BMI) and G Koop & O-man (RM Moods, BMI).
Featuring Marc Stretch (“Bulletproof”); DB tha General and Indu$treet AV (“My Turn”).
Contact Rob@gkoop.com for licensing information.
For more mad beats, check GKoopandOman.com
Need a good cry? Enjoy this holiday ballad so moving, it will drive your mother to drink (by Graham Richards).
Enjoy this new classic Christmas song. This is a rough draft, powered by MIDI with stock orhchestral sounds from Apple. Expect a professional recording this season or next. Thanks for listening, and please feel free to download and/or share. For my musically-inclined friends, Click Here for a Leadsheet in the key of C. Hit me up if you want a different key, and I’ll send it to you.
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Recorded before a live studio audience at Ferralog Studios in Deep Ellum, Dallas.
Executive Producer: Sarah Crisman
Produced by Geoff Lloyd and Nathan Adamson
I finally got my hands on our footage from NAMM. Enter a parade of ridiculous interviews beginning with saxophonist and super producer, Terrace Martin.
Stay tuned for more!
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Have yourself a merry half hour with music byCarl Thomas, Betty Wright, and Strange Fruit Project. We’re talking the Premier Variety Showcase Presents: X-Mas Subscribonation, the Enfoodening of the Masses. We’ll donate $1 to the North Texas Food Bank for every new podcast subscriber between now and Christmas; hop on the food wagon and join us for a benefit variety show in Denton, December 7th! It’s full of summer sausages and Boy Scout Popcorn (if it looks anything like our studio). Also be sure to check out the story behind the spark and evolution of The Crisman Show as told by Womenetics (a savvy site for entrepreneurials of feminine persuasion).
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