The Adams Family Podcast™ – Episode 13 The JaceCast #1
The production of this podcast has been a long time coming. I had newer material compiled, but it seems as the kids move through their various stages as they grow, they tend also to not always get along so well – in rather idiosyncratic ways. So, while I contend with their collective behavior via having them listen to themselves prior to continuing gathering segments and such, I have included in this episode the very first podcast I ever recorded with my oldest son back in 2006.
The Adams Family Podcast™ – Episode 12 – The Beach and Minecraft
We had a short family vacation-like outing during which we recorded some of our family cacaphony! It was a nice trip though, really. My oldest two sons are really into a computer game called Minecraft, which they talk about to some extent. The appeal escapes me. Other than that, the episode pretty much speaks for itself! Thanks for listening.
The Adams Family Podcast – Episode 11 – Summer-morph-cast
We started recording this right after the last one…it’s just not so easy putting these things together, which accounts for the little time-span between episodes. Don’t lose us now! Just because it takes a little while doesn’t mean it isn’t worth the wait!! The editing for a 30-ish minute podcast with 4 small children is akin to deficit spending, which is another concept our family has had to become quite familiar with. The kids are doing their thing, being their wonderful selves (in a way that somebody might, someday, understand…and thereby try to profit from) — and, praise Wankan Tanka, we’re all still healthy and sustaining.
I’ve been smitten with all things too retro for most people to understand, which led me to put forth that rather limited rendition of Rogers and Hart’s “Blue Moon” from 1934, the one I feebly covered in the middle of the podcast.
The Adams Family Podcast™ – Episode 10 – Gryphon, Grumpy Jude, and Wizard 101…
Hi everybody! Thanks for listening and thanks for supporting our podcast endeavor.
At one of the last junctions of the episode, a small segment was used from the theme to the movie The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, the classic Clint Eastwood “Spaghetti Western” directed by Sergio Leone, with the score by Ennio Morricone. Great film and great score.
Wild, this podcasting with the kids.
The Adams Family Podcast™ – Episode 9 – Weird and Segmented
Special thanks to Chris McDonough for his rendition of Arkansas Traveler, that which we use as our theme song for the podcast.
And thanks to soundjay.com for the music bumper!
This episode has been a long time coming and I thank you for your patience! Lots has been happening in the ol’ Adams household. Another episode is already in production. We will really try to get these out with more regularity again.
The Adams Family Podcast™-Episode 7 – First Live Streaming
Video and Audio, in several segments.