Listener's Guide

Season 3, Episode 6, Analou by Bob Cummins Jr.  

Here's a beautiful discussion about a beautiful song from a beautiful boy. We get into how a song that didn’t make the Shakewelle cut reappeared on Good American Songbook. Get to it! Side B of the podcast picks up in a few weeks. See you then!

Season 3, Episode 2, Could You Be My Magic Arm by Bob Cummins Jr.  

The episode about the album's lead single with the video everyone is probably going to associate with Bob for the next couple years. We recorded this a year before the video ever came together so, sorry, no puppet talk. But you WILL hear about Debussy, the band's favorite parts, what is to be desired on Neil Young’s Harvest, and making trap beats. 

Season 3, Episode 1, Season Premiere: But That's My Life by Bob Cummins Jr.  

Bob Cummins Jr.'s Good American Songbook isn't quite here yet, but that didn't stop Bob and a bunch of the band for the album from talking about what the album track b' track. In this episode, you'll hear about the shadow of Bob’s debut Shakewelle, Neil Hamburger, New York City saxophones, guitar synthesizers, and the flutes that almost weren’t. 

Season 2, Episode 3, Your Place by Berkley  

Take a drive around Pueblo, Colorado with Berkley and hang out in poet Juan J. Morales’s rec room as they explore driving around as a pastime, Juan’s musical legacy, and returning to sites of high emotional energy. TW: this episode discusses suicide.

Season 2, Episode 2, Email by Berkley   

Hear how a song about emails came together. We’re talking about how bands and relationships collapse under their own ambition and how Pueblo, Colorado has the right conditions for youngsters to experience both things.