Geoff & Joel's Tales From New Orleans
Hot Takes On Sports Doping, Lance Armstrong & The Olympics Plus A Finger Wag, From Summer 2016
From a show recorded in August 2016, inspired to be republished now in the context of the new Lance Armstrong documentary on ESPN, as well as missing the Olympics this summer, Geoff & Joel have hot takes on sports doping in general, and Lance specifically. RIP Geoff and his Unicorn takes.
Geoff Douville's Birthday @ Pal's Lounge With A Tricentennial Storyville Ham Kick (5.17.18)
Two years ago to the day, Geoff Douville, Miss Deanie, and Derrick Smoker Freeman gathered at Pal’s Lounge to celebrate their birthdays, and participate in, plus provide play by play for, a Storyville Ham Kick, inspired by Mo Johnson. Such a good time.
A Happy Mothers Day Episode From 2017 With Geoff Douville & Joel's Mom
Recorded in June of 2017, Geoff & Joel did a segment called ‘We Call You', in which we called prospective guests on air without giving them an advance heads up. In this show, we called Joel’s Mom (at the 37-minute mark) without notice and she rolled with it. We talked about growing up as a latchkey kid in the 70s inspired by Bill Burrs show F is for Family and southern food.
Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms, and to all the sons and daughters who love them.
David Lee Simmons During Festival Season April 2017 On New Orleans Healthcare, Culture & NIMBYism
David Lee Simmons joined the show with Geoffrey Douville in April 2017, and we had a great conversation about New Orleans- so many topics that are relevant to what we are going through today.
Ian McNulty In Jazz Fest Time 2018 On Food In New Orleans & At The Fairgrounds +Post-Katrina Food
Ian McNulty joined the show in 2018 around Jazz Fest time, and talks food and jazz fest and Rhode Island. Ian is a fun dude, and it’s a fun talk. Plus great thoughts and observations on New Orleans post-Katrina. Thanks for tuning in, and hope y’all are staying healthy and sound.
Derrick Freeman On Herbie Hancock, Jazz Fest, SOUL Brass Band Origin Story & Bonnaroo + Fireable Offenses
Originally recorded in April 2017, Derrick Freeman joined the show during Jazz Fest to talk about Herbie Hancock, the Low End Theory Players, SOUL Brass Band, Jazz Fest & an epic Bonnaroo experience with Widespread Panic, and subsequent shenanigans. Chocolate mushrooms and Millenials vs Gen X’ers.
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2 months listening. Very Impressed.
I love everything about this podcast; the diverse subject matter with music as a through line, the politics, the pro-culture takes, the intelligence, the wit, the voices of the hosts, the courageous conversations and the education I continue to receive. I know what it means to miss New Orleans and this podcast has helped me assuage my saudade. For me, the single best moment of podcasting I’ve ever heard was the sound of rain pouring down in Gentilly through their open window on a recent podcast. So much love to these guys. Also, eff cancer.
Finally a straightforward New Orleans culture podcast!
Definitely recommended for people that want to hear conversations about New Orleans current events & culture, without any of dreaded, all too frequent tourism-promotion angle.
Produced by those in the know for those in the know.
A must listen
Even for the ignorant sports fan, joels analysis will make you feel like an expert.