Episode 122: It's "Go" Time!
Pat is joined by the second of his four new co-hosts, comedian Mike Siegel. Once this episode starts it never stops because we're playing songs with "Go" in the title! From November 7, 2013
With your hosts:
In the first ninety seconds of the show Pat and Matt talk about moving on, advent calendars, Breaking Bad, acid and citrus. So, just another focused episode from the boys in the NNF studios.
Pat introduces the second of the rotating co-hosts Mike Siegel! Mike is a comedian, world traveler and host of the Travel Tales podcast.
Mike reveals that, while he hasn't done acid, he did not cocaine once. He understands the appeal, but is smart enough to not go down the road because all the "Behind the Music's" he watched.
Next for Pat are the Raspberries - "Go All The Way" from the album Raspberries. The lead singer of the Raspberries is Eric Carmen, from "All By Myself" and "Hungry Eyes" fame. Pat "brags" that he has everything that Eric has recorded.
Mike brings a band from his hometown of Chicago: Material Issue - "Going Through Your Purse" from the album Freak City Soundtrack.
Pat gives us a d-d-d-doubleshot of Diamond Dave: Both the English and the Spanish version of "Going Crazy" (Loco Del Calor from the album Eat 'Em and Smile (Sonrisa Salvaje [translation "Wild Smile").
Given his druggy background it's no surprise that Mike plays the drug-soaked calliope noise of Three Dog Night's "The Show Must Go On" from the album Hard Labor.
Pat calls the next fella the heir apparent to The Boss: Jesse Malin - "Going Out West" from the album The Heat.
Jesse Malin actually sang a song with Bruce. He comes into the studio to share his review of last week's episode.
Former ABBA songstress sings her only hit. Here's Frida - "I Know There's Something Going On Something's Going On"
Pat pulls out one of his underappreciated favorites: Rooney - "Go On" from the album Eureka.
Mike plays a ditty from former heartthrob Bobby Sherman - "Easy Come, Easy Go" from the album Greatest Hits.
Pat doesn't like them, but here's They Might Be Giants - "Go For G" from the album Here Come The ABC's.
Pat talks about his experience with The Wiggles in concert.
Mike's next tune is the one-hit wonders Tones On Tail - "Go" from the album Everything.
Pat shares his apologies with Led Zeppelin ("Going to California") and The Bangles ("Going Down to Liverpool"). Instead he goes with The Ramones - "Go Lil Camaro Go" from the album Halfway To Sanity.
Matt is stoked with Mike's selection: Sly Fox - "Let's Go All The Way " from the album Let's Go All The Way.
For his last song Pat plays the often played, but undeniably awesome song from Fleetwood Mac - "Go Your Own Way" from a little album named Rumours.
Mike shares his apologies with The Jam ("Going Underground"). Instead he lays down a track from The Replacements - "Merry Go Round" from the album All Shook Down.
Matt wraps it up with Lisa Loeb - "Going Away" from the album Silly Sing-Along.
Going To A Go-Go
Going To A Go-Go
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
Going To A Go-Go
The Rolling Stones
Ready Steady Go
Here It Goes Again
Go All The Way
Going Through Your Purse
Freak City Soundtrack
Loco Del Calor
David Lee Roth
The Show Must Go On
Three Dog Night
Going Out West
I Know There's Something Going On Something's Going On