Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Episode 46 - Marching To Our Own Drum

Amy asked for College themed entertainment this week, so special guest Becca Gross chose the 2002 film Drumline while Joseph went with the Pamela Dean novel Tam Lin.

Show notes

What We're Into Lately:

Amy - NCIS, NCIS: LA and Person of Interest (all streaming on Netflix)
Joseph-  Turbo Kid (iTunes and Amazon Prime)
Becca: Drunk History, Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries (Netflix)

Also mentioned this week: Brokenwood Mysteries, Centerstage, 106 & Park

An example of snare drum sheet music:

The terrible paperback cover of Tam Lin:


Into Music: "Buckeye Battle Cry"
Outro Music: "Tam Lin" by Fairport Convention, off of the album Liege & Lief

Next Episode

We will have friend of the show Diane Trapp as our very special guest, and she chose the theme of Conspicuous Consumption.  So Joseph chose the documentary Queen of Versailles (available for streaming on Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu) and Amy chose the Judith Krantz novel from 1978, Scruples (Amazon | Goodreads)

Where to find the podcast

Host Emeritus Randy


  1. There's a problem with the audio quality. Joe sounds fine but the volume for Amy and Becca goes from too quiet to too loud. It spoils the listening experience. In my car I adjust the volume when I can to compensate.

    1. Always an issue that we try to fix in post! We'll try to do better in the future, but thanks for the input.

    2. FYI, the previous regular episode doesn't have this problem: http://tryandlikeit.blogspot.com/2015/06/episode-45-never-give-up-never-surrender.html