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Jul 19, 2013

Attack of the Killer Soundtrack #4 - "Live" from Forecastle

This week "Attack of the Killer Soundtrack" has it's first on-location, music festival event coverage as we come to you "live" from Forecastle Festival in Louisville. And the girl at the information booth didn't seem to know anything about the festival itself, but Bryan thought she seemed like she might know something about music, so he kidnapped her and allowed her to bust out her own Killer Five! Plus there's lots of other fun music and festival activities along the way.  

And as we find out our host keeps his kidnapping rope in the flowers, we also discuss... being struck by lightning, a ship... not a boat, do what you wanna do, from 5 to 90, hippies to hipsters, a moonstone in a bag, an early session of pitching the show, the tsunami on the Ohio, sleeveless unitard, ground-breaking documenting, doing good sound from over at the side, triggering memories, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, doing the hippy dance, spooky creepy beautiful, white people, a patchwork of shorts, the Blair Witch Project, Ocean Stage, she was not a hippy, musicians doing drugs... who thought we would ever see the day?, The Monterey Jazz Festival, before there was a river, my old bones my old brain, Woody Guthrie, hip hop-sters, Big Boi told me that, be yourself, something on a stick, Old Crow Medicine Show, giant Hunter S. Thompson, holding a black lace parasol, using science to back up your story, her clothes were from the mall, the tent in front of the Mast Stage and Heineken vs PBR. 

"...that allows me to come and get a chance to check out the really diverse crowd and music that they have. And I love that!" 

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