Mon, 23 December 2019
’Tis the season of Star Wars with The Rise of Skywalker, and of course the ‘Dads seen it…once or twice. Now shazbazzar and JediShua go window shopping and find special last-minute gifts for each other in the spirit of Emmet Otter’s Jug-Band Christmas (or The Gift of the Magi, if you prefer).
Take 77 minutes of music with you on your last day of work and final shopping trips this weekend with tunes by Buster Poindexter, Kurt Russell, John Kirby, The Monkees, Brian Setzer, Yogi Yorgesson, Danger Danger, Dropkick Murphys, William Shatner, Ray Stevens, The Matinee, Cyndi Lauper, and more. Experience cartoon voices from The Smurfs, ALF, The Transformers, Pinky and the Brain, G.I.Joe, and Pac-Man. Finally, plug into the Christmas spirit with Star Wars and video game music. It’s the sixth edition of UnScrooged — share and enjoy!
Merry Christmas, EarBuds!
Mon, 14 March 2016
Are you ready for an hour and pi minutes of great music to celebrate Pi Day on the 14th of March? The choices on this very special episode will make you deliciously dizzy with some favorites, both old and new, informative and quirky. Let’s go!
From Archimedes to Einstein and beyond, the songs are spinning on our record players Monday with numbers that will go on and on and on and on in a most irrational way on this week’s TechnoRetro Dads. If you want to get in on the fun and add the full versions (or official versions) of these songs to your TechnoRetro turntables (digitally, of course), you can click on the links below to purchase them on iTunes.
Don’t forget to voice your opinion in the Battle of the Cereals with Batman v Superman cereals in this month’s TechnoRetro Cereal challenge on our Facebook page. And if you want to leave us a voicemail, be sure to call us at (209) TR-TRDad or record a message on your computer or phone and send us an electronic-M to podcast@TechnoRetroDads.com.
JediShua and shazbazzar will return next week with 77 minutes of NEWS, CEREAL, SCIENCE, and more next Monday. Until then, plug in your EarBuds and sing along until you remember the first hundred or so digits of pi.