Paris 1919 by John Cale.
Are you ready? It's time for Nathan's English-Class Bullshit Time, the part of the show where Nathan tries to turn his podcast into an English class—because those are renowned for being soooooo entertaining! As part of their "playing" with their "format," Nathan and Cameron are taking a short break from exploring artists' back catalogs to talk about albums they already like.
Nathan chose John Cale's 1973 magnum opus Paris 1919, which he still loves even though it's almost impossible to synopsize or talk about in an entertaining way. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Also, listeners: we need your help! For the next artist that we'll be discussing, should we talk about T-Pain or Sly and the Family Stone? Vote at http://vote.boxset.website and help us pick!
- Dada and surrealism
- Henry V film and My Own Private Idaho
- More than you ever wanted to know about that Spanish lisp. Turns out there are parts of both Andalucía and Galicia that wouldn't use it.
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