Every week

Another Sunday, another post. 52 a year (just once a week – I’m not huge on social media) for going on 5 years. Not always a lot to talk about. This week, we’ll get the government back up and going (for three weeks – 3, just 3). I guess I’ll find out how pressing the issue was we had at work by how soon I’ll be contacted to talk about it. It’s pretty minor, so I won’t hear anything for a while (maybe more than 3 weeks – that’s how minor it is). Let’s see if we can keep the government open this time. We don’t need a wall.

So join me today in welcoming the opening of the government with Traffic, Neil Young, Shemekia Copeland, John Mayall, Paul Butterfield’s Blues Band, Otis Rush, Tracey Thorn, Beth Orton, Hooverphonic, John Lennon, Spinal Tap, Nilsson, and the Monkees.

This podcast is, as always, available to stream or download at brennick.net. There should be more content there, and I will try to put more things up this year. The podcast is also available to download as a podcast at your favorite podcast streamer – iTunes, Stitcher, etc. The podcast is called brennick.net. Check that out sometime. I welcome suggestions and comments, too – leave them as you will. Thanks for everything you do to encourage me.


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Snowmageddon – Snowpocalypse

The snowpocalypse scheduled for this weekend has once again (sort of) fizzled out, and instead of snow all day we’re getting freezing rain. Bring on the snow, I say. Much easier to deal with snow than frozen rain. Ugh – lots of work ahead of me shoveling and swearing today and tomorrow morning.

To get ready for the work, I’ll be listening to music, and on today’s podcast includes Kevin Morby, Magazine, the Bats, Black Grape, Wire, Television, the Velvet Underground, John Cale, Ray Charles, Graham Parker, the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, the Who, Poco, the Flying Burrito Brothers, and the Allman Brothers Band.

This podcast is, as always, available to stream or download at brennick.net. There should be more content there, and I will try to put more things up this year. The podcast is also available to download as a podcast at your favorite podcast streamer – iTunes, Stitcher, etc. The podcast is called brennick.net. Check that out sometime. I welcome suggestions and comments, too – leave them as you will. Thanks for everything you do to encourage me.


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Cold

It’s cold. Usually the cold doesn’t affect me, but lately, I’m starting to feel it. Maybe it’s time to start taking the “Move South” movement my wife’s on seriously. In past years I’ve shrugged off bad weather; maybe it’s a temporary thing. Let’s hope so, as we won’t be moving south anytime soon. Ooh, look, it’s going to warm up a bit this week- problem solved.

We can start thinking about warm weather with today’s podcast – the first set is by bands from the south, so let’s toss on a sweater anad hear R.E.M., Dreams So Real, the Connells, Matthew Sweet, Eugene McGuinness, Sharon Jones, Kings Go Forth, La Sera, Norah Jones, Dr. John, the Black Keys, Gotye, Barrence Whitfield & the Savages, the Brian Jonestown Massacre, and the Dandy Warhols.

This podcast is, as always, available to stream or download at brennick.net. There should be more content there, and I will try to put more things up this year. The podcast is also available to download as a podcast at your favorite podcast streamer – iTunes, Stitcher, etc. The podcast is called brennick.net. Check that out sometime. I welcome suggestions and comments, too – leave them as you will. Thanks for everything you do to encourage me.


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Resolutions

How’s your January going? Are you keeping up on your New Year’s resolutions? January seems to be the month of broken resolutions. How long does it take you to give up on your list? Have you kept up on your list past the first weekend? Good intentions and all, but generally nearly impossible to keep up with.

That’s why I don’t keep a list, although there are always some things I do to try to improve myself. My batting average isn’t bad right now on January 6, but the year is young. Let’s all try to keep the good things going this year (or at least until MLK Day).

My quest for the perfect podcast continues, but today’s is a goodie. Let’s break some resolutions together while listening to Translator, the Plimsouls, the Three O’Clock, Van Morrison, Junior Parker, Sonny Biy Williamson II, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Walter Horton, Nancy Wilson, Chaka Khan, Aretha Franklin, Labelle, Fleetwood Mac, the Moody Blues, and Tony Joe White.

This podcast is, as always, available to stream or download at brennick.net. There should be more content there, and I will try to put more things up this year. The podcast is also available to download as a podcast at your favorite podcast streamer – iTunes, Stitcher, etc. The podcast is called brennick.net. Check that out sometime. I welcome suggestions and comments, too – leave them as you will. Thanks for everything you do to encourage me.


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2019 to move

Hey, thought I’d welcome everybody into 2019 with some rocking tunes from 2018. I’ve peppered the podcast with tunes that I’ve enjoyed from 2018. It’s not a best of, just a bunch of songs that fit together from last year. 

Let’s enjoy the start of a new year (one which involves me shoveling) with Tracy Thorn, Franz Ferdinand, David Byrne, the James Hunter Six, Holly Golightly, the Vryll Society, Belly, Father John Misty, Essex Green, Neko Case, the English Beat, Blood Orange, Tracyanne & Danny, and Elvis Costello.

This podcast is, as always, available to stream or download at brennick.net. There should be more content there, and I will try to put more things up this year. The podcast is also available to download as a podcast at your favorite podcast streamer – iTunes, Stitcher, etc. The podcast is called brennick.net. Check that out sometime. I welcome suggestions and comments, too – leave them as you will. Thanks for everything you do to encourage me.


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