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Another episode already? Yes indeed. A little talk and a lot of music this time around.

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Direct download of the podcast: Dyslexic Heart 12/14/13 (53:59 min, 49.6 MB) or subscribe.

Chatter about and music from a lot of the music we’re hooked on these days, including Dave Hause, Frank Turner, Smith Street Band, The Fratellis and the Songs for Slim compilation. We also provide a detailed analysis of Thanksgiving foods and pie. Compelling, isn’t it?

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Direct download of the podcast: Dyslexic Heart 11/30/13 (81:55 min, 75.2 MB) or subscribe.

It’s time for a long-overdue episode of Dyslexic Heart. As usual, we spun a bunch of songs that are rocking our world and rambled about whatever came to mind. We sort of stuck to talking about music this time. We hope you like it, but then again we really don’t care.

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Direct download of the podcast: Dyslexic Heart 8/31/13 (93:36 min, 85.9 MB) or subscribe.

As 2012 comes to an end, we plugged in the mics for another episode of Dyslexic Heart. This time around, we discussed some stuff we probably discussed on the last DH, talked over some songs we may or may not have played before and curse at technology. We really need to start planning these things better. Happy 2013, kids!

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Direct download of the podcast: Dyslexic Heart 12/30/12 (55:51 min, 51.3 MB) or subscribe.

Dyslexic Heart Podcast #12

After a 16 month absence, Dyslexic Heart returns for an extra long ramblefest. We talk about a random hodgepodge of bullshit including our trip to London and our love of the Minneapolis music scene while talking over some really great songs. Welcome back and we’re sorry.

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Direct download of the podcast: Dyslexic Heart 9/2/12 (99:36 min, 91.4 MB) or subscribe.

Goodbye Clarence Clemons

With the news that Clarence Clemons died today, I feel utter sadness, but I’m thankful I had the chance to see the Big Man perform eight times in the past 12 years. He was the heart and soul of the E Street Band, and I’m heartbroken that he’s gone.