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TCBCast is an unofficial fan podcast featuring co-hosts Gurdip Ladhar and Justin Gausman discussing the music and life of Elvis Presley. These post-1977, next-generation Presley aficionados tackle topics such as his film career, discography, influences and of course cultural phenomenon surrounding his iconography. TCBCast is not associated with or endorsed by Graceland, Elvis Presley Enterprises, or Sony.

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TCBCast is an unofficial fan podcast featuring co-hosts Gurdip Ladhar and Justin Gausman discussing the music and life of Elvis Presley. These post-1977, next-generation Presley aficionados tackle topics such as his film career, discography, influences and of course cultural phenomenon surrounding his iconography. TCBCast is not associated with or endorsed by Graceland, Elvis Presley Enterprises, or Sony.

    TCBCast 100: This is Elvis, Part 1 feat. Jaime Kay

    TCBCast 100: This is Elvis, Part 1 feat. Jaime Kay

    Justin and Gurdip are joined by Jaime Kay of The Jungle Room podcast for TCBCast's 100th Episode Bash. After a brief reintroduction for anyone looking to start listening to TCBCast, an email from a listener presents a thought-provoking discussion about feeling anxious to tell people you're an Elvis fan, then Gurdip and Jaime go head to head for an Elvis trivia challenge!
    The 1981 film "This is Elvis," directed by Andrew Solt and Malcolm Leo, comes under scrutiny in the first of a two-part review. Gurdip and Jaime have quite a bit of nostalgia for the film, but does it hold up years later? Plus, comparisons are made between the theatrical and extended home video cuts of the film. With the film covering most of Elvis' life, a wide variety of topics are covered this episode, including Elvis the myth vs Elvis the person, Elvis' romantic relationships, and even a bit of history behind the long-lost film "The Pied Piper of Cleveland."
    Next week's Episode 101 will feature the conclusion of the review and, of course, Song of the Week.
    Be sure to check out The Jungle Room Podcast over at https://audioboom.com/channels/4942223

    • 1 u. 55 min.
    TCBCast 099: Never Been to Graceland

    TCBCast 099: Never Been to Graceland

    Before our big 100th episode bash, Justin & Gurdip sit down to record a new commentary for the 2017 short film "Never Been to Graceland." Then, Gurdip hoops and a-hollers his way to his Song of the Week, the title track from Elvis' 1968 film "Stay Away, Joe." Justin, on the other hand, selects a different film title theme: 1962's inspirational "Follow That Dream."
    If you want to watch the film along with us, you can view it on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dg_J3_0AEM
    Next week, we will be joined by Jaime Kay from The Jungle Room Podcast for our 100th Episode, in which we will be reviewing the 1981 film "This is Elvis." This episode will be split into two episodes totaling nearly four hours. 

    • 1 u. 32 min.
    TCBCast 098: Elvis in the 2010s

    TCBCast 098: Elvis in the 2010s

    As we move into a new decade, Justin & Gurdip look back at the 2010s and many of the music and movie releases Elvis fans got over the past 10 years. There are some excellent sidebar conversations as well, including a rant about Elvis conspiracy theorists, a mini-discussion on the 1988 film "Heartbreak Hotel," and a debate as to whether FTD should start releasing content digitally. Then, for Song of the Week, Gurdip cranks that volume on the doo-wop classic "Soldier Boy" while Justin swears the underrated "We Can Make the Morning" is a power ballad in disguise.

    • 2 uur 5 min.
    TCBCast 097: "Hidden Mysteries Gates of Graceland" Video Game Review

    TCBCast 097: "Hidden Mysteries Gates of Graceland" Video Game Review

    For the final show of the year, Ryan Droste joins Justin to review the Graceland-authorized video game "Hidden Mysteries: Gates of Graceland." Beyond checking to see if the game's any good, the guys are surprised to learn that the game features a song by a previous TCBCast guest!
    Then, during Song of the Week, Ryan "got lucky" when he picked a lovely track from the Kid Galahad soundtrack. Justin, in the meanwhile, hangs his name in the "Fool's Hall of Fame" after digging into the stories behind an actual long-lost Elvis song! Happy New Year TCBCast listeners!
    You can watch the full playthrough video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgI4YjroFTg
    Featured Songs of the Week:
    Justin: Fool's Hall of Fame (Rudi Richardson)
    Ryan: I Got Lucky

    • 1 u. 48 min.
    TCBCast 096: Elvis' Christmas Album

    TCBCast 096: Elvis' Christmas Album

    To celebrate the holidays, Justin & Gurdip finally review the original iteration of Elvis' 1957 Christmas Album. Does this perennial favorite still hold up, or are the real holiday gems only on the first half of the album? Plus, Justin has a theory about why Elvis' Christmas music remains so popular decades after release (aside from it just being good!)
    Gurdip's Song of the Week highlights Elvis' striking cover of a song written by a Canadian First Nations artist. Justin, on the other hand, finds surprising Elvis connections elsewhere in the history behind a rare one-off audience recording of "When The Snow Is On The Roses." Gurdip is off for the rest of the year, but next week, Ryan Droste returns for a review of the only officially authorized Elvis video game!
    Featured Songs of the Week:
    Gurdip: Until It's Time For You To Go
    Justin: When The Snow Is On The Roses

    • 1 u. 49 min.
    TCBCast 095: The Elvis Influence feat. Andrew Hickey

    TCBCast 095: The Elvis Influence feat. Andrew Hickey

    Justin & Gurdip invite Andrew Hickey from the podcast A History of Rock Music in 500 Songs (500songs.com) to dig into Andrew's multi-year project, and where Elvis falls within it. Andrew also reports in on the Elvis in Concert live show he attended at Manchester Arena, and there's a lively discussion about rock critics misunderstanding Elvis.
    Then, for Song of the Week, Gurdip takes us to his Little Cabin Home on the Hill, while Justin looked up and saw a bright star, shining in the east beyond them far. It may be "The First Noel" but with all this great Elvis discussion, there's definitely not "No El" in this episode!
    Featured Songs of the Week:
    Justin: The First Noel
    Gurdip: Little Cabin Home on the Hill
    Check out Andrew's work at 500songs.com and andrewhickey.info!

    • 1 u. 45 min.

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