I will probably post this again soon, so check back for a more complete show. Why I say that is we forgot to start the podcast computer to record when we started the show and didn't think to start it for more than 30 minutes into the show. As you can imagine, this was a themed show and the first part will be key to the experience. The good news is that it was all recorded over air at my house on cassette tape. All four hours! And I am in the process of digitizing it and putting it up elsewhere with a link from here. Until then, here is the standard download: The Last Ride .
This show of course was not easy to get thru even when I thought it wouldn't be such a big deal. I had some close KXUA buddies (thankfully) stop by the studio to celebrate the last broadcast. The email that I give out over the air is still very much active, if you ever want to send me an email, please do. Thank you everyone! I have always felt close to the audience. Feeling like we are all sharing the experience together in real time. Human telepathy. Like Jim Dandy (of Black Oak Arkansas) says "we are the same kind, you and I..."
I love you people, whether we KNOW each other or not.