Brain Damaged In Denver

Show #110 Release date: 1. May, 2008

After a two hour delay leaving Denver due to snow, I finally made it back to Boston.

Before I get into what this podcast is, I’ve got to say, the Denver meet up was tremendous!  Its was an amazing, kick-ass time, I’ll never forget.  I met a lot of great people and hopefully made some new friends.

Roger and the band sounded the best I’ve heard from the Dark Side tour(s).  There’s a good chance you’ll get to see it on DVD in the future. (and hopefully a near future podcast)

For those of you who didn’t go, we wished you were there. Before the show (and after) we all met at a cool bar across the street from the Pepsi Center, called Brooklyn’s.  This special version of Brain Damage was created for in-house play for AFG members at the bar before the show.  It was difficult to hear inside but outside, it was cranked very loud and it was very cool.

Running Time: 01h:15m:00s


Show #100 Release date: 7. December, 2007

Wow, I can’t believe I’ve managed to squeeze out 100 differently themed Pink Floyd shows.  The 100th podcast however will land on number 138.  Thank you so much for your continued support.

This will be my last podcast for 2007 and it will start up again on the 11th of January 2008.  Stay tuned…

Dream Mix

Show #99, Release date: 24. November, 2007

Okay… this is the third time posting this.  The first time I left out the last break.  This time I somehow accidentally deleted the podcast after realizing it had no artwork and information in the file.  The worst thing is all the comments got deleted as well.  I’m wicked sorry about that.  Please, feel free to repost.

At the suggestion of a fellow Brain Damaged listener, Fede from Argentina, here’s a fantasy live set of Wish You Were Here perhaps the way it would of sounded if Roger hadn’t left the band? Also included are two nice Floyd mixes I think you’ll dig.

Yet Another Podcast III

Show #59, Release date: 9. June, 2006

This podcast features some recent performances from Roger in Lisbon and David during his appearance on Later…with Jools Holland.  It’s a shorter one but I hope you still dig it.

Without The Crust

Show #53, Release date: 17. March, 2006

Not much to say about this podcast except that it was put together at the last minute, but I think you’ll enjoy this one, without the crust… just the way Nick likes it.

Kaa Kaa Kaa Com Baa Aap Meeee

Show #44, Release date: 19. November, 2005

Aye an a bit o’ mackerel, fiddler, rack and fear, And I rutted down by the hade and the furrow. Well, I slipped me in a flop and hit down and I shied, and I cried, cried, cried. The fear of fallin’ down aft’ taken, never back to rise and then cried Mary and I tucked up Wi’ a Claymore out and about, and I run down, down the mechyn sty and back on fiery hore that was fallin’ around the feet. “Never!” I cried! “Never shall ye get me alive ya rotten hound of the Burnie Brae.” Well, I snapped for a blade and a Claymore cut and thrust and I fell down before him ’round his feet. “Aye!” a roar he cried. Frae the bottom of his heart that I would nay fall but dead, dead as a can by a feat deah… and the wind cried Mary, Thank you.*

Sorry for the “slight” delay on this. I ran into some issues during the mastering process. No theme for this one. I’m been so ridiculously busy with my studies I’ve had little time to squeeze a good one out… hahaha!! Wait a second, that didn’t sound right. I mean, I didn’t spend as much time on this, as I would have liked, but for a last minute effort, this podcast came out well. Hope you like.

Stop Building The Wall Please

Hello, Welcome back. Here is show #40.
No theme for this one, just some killer Floyd tunes and runs 104minutes.

What do you think, should I post playlists with each new podcast or would you rather have the element of surprise?

Oh, in case you’re curious… the photo is of Devil’s Golf Course, taken in Death Valley, near Zabriskie Point. The terrain is where the name of the song Crumbling Land originates. Photo Bradley Jaycovered car trailer for sale