“February 5, 2017” | Portland, OR and “Hawaii” | Four tallboy Rainiers | The search for a classic introduction | “Sign on the Window” | Three’s a crowd | “Honest With Me” | Kelly’s Hawaiian journey through song |“Keasbey Nights” by Catch-22 | “My woman’s got a face like a teddy bear / she’s tossing a baseball bat in the air” | “Hunter” by Bjork |Hey, I went to see Bob Dylan once | What’s a convocation center? | An extremely relevant dive into the 1998 Album of the Year Grammy award | Will this just become a Radiohead pod? | “Karma Police” by Radiohead | How much do we know about music? (Not much.) | Our sympathies with the narrator | Pontification on civil war abstracts and American imperialism | “Oh I’m a Good Old Rebel” | Creeping modernity and historical circles | An American Tail | Daniel’s recommendations: Sturgill Simpson’s A Sailor’s Guide to Earth | “If I Could Turn Back Time” by Cher | Kelly’s recommendations: rewatch Parks & Recreation (with The Good Place addendum) | Hawaiian numerical translation: 626 — “I Wanna Be Your Lover” | What is time? | This Grammys gag isn’t working but I can’t stop | “Every Time I Close My Eyes” by Babyface.
Next week: “I Wanna Be Your Lover”