We bring our spiciest RBR episode yet, with hints of Barely Live zest. It’s a ling one, we know that…but we didn’t feel like stopping. We are proud to have artist, Jake Keeler join us for art and heavy metal talk. Will Abbott arises from the grave to add his thoughts about Travis Tritt. Please join us…please.
Absence breeds fondness.. or in this case a rambling mess of pent up conversations. We take the time to speak with artist George Hill (@George___Hill on instagram) about his artistic process and touched base with our rambling man Riverhorse to hear not only the tales of a ramblin’ man, but his take on art, life, and tequila. So tune in and zone out and join us for another installment of Right Brain Retrieve.
A skeleton crew at it’s best. We are lucky to have with us, Rick Crawford from Emerger Strategies sit in with us in Mike’s absence. A good friend of RBR’s, Derek Deyoung chimes in on his art, influences and all else DeYoung art, it’s good stuff. We also catch up with Mike Benson and his western tour of the USA…check it outy. Thanks for the support!!
Mike and I have joined up together to bring some creative teamwork action to the Back Page of Souther Culture on the Fly. Yea, maybe it is because these guys are our friends and feel somewhat sorry for us, but we are taking full advantage of the situation. I wouldn’t call it the anchor of the magazine by any means…but when you are going out the backdoor of the E-zine, take 2 minutes to check it out then give us a solid slap on the ass. Hopefully some good stuff to come through this assault on the internet.
A couple weeks ago, I hate to say it…Mike and I recorded a new Episode of Right Brain Retrieve and I failed everyone. I had been a few weeks since the last one so we were itching pretty good for it. We had a solid discussion on the whole Yeti/NRA theasco, talked about music and spoke with Drew Chicone about his Fly Tying and recent books that he had created. We summed it up with a little chat with our friend Riverhorse Nakadante. To sum up, it was a great and effortless recording that was exactly what it’s supposed to be.
As I normally do, I uploaded it to the computer to let the people have it and there seemed to be a lot of dead, silent space on it. Panic set it as I realized I never plugged the recording out line into the microphone. Before we recorded, the sound line was moving al over the display screen, so it looked like it was recording. It was recording, but just the ambient sound of Mike and I, nothing through the computer where the music, sounds phone calls and other magic comes through. Its a pretty sad feeling when this happens, as there is no way to re-create the conversations and great things that happen during our podcast. We will re-call Drew and of course talk about the same stuff when we record again, but it will be different…hopefully in a good way.