May 14, 2014
Adam Scott Aukerman slow it down once again this week as they are joined by Never Not Funny’s Jimmy Pardo to discuss his personal legacy with U2. They’ll talk about when Jimmy first heard of the band, watching them perform at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago of 1984, and his thoughts on U2’s discography. Plus, they chat about the Eagles documentary, the possibility of Jimmy starting a Chicago podcast, and the time Todd Rundgren made a weird proclamation to a concert audience.
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January 22, 2024
In the season finale of U Springin’ Springsteen On My Bean, Adam Scott Aukerman go through Springo’s twentieth studio album, Letter to You—an album about death and aging that was partially inspired by the passing of Bruce’s former bandmate George Theiss.
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Adam Scott Aukerman squeak out an ep on Springo’s nineteenth studio album, Western Stars—an album heavily influenced by 1970s SoCal pop music. But first, the Scotts gab about novelizations of movies, complimentary restaurant chips, and weird beards.
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Scott and Scott go track by track through Springo’s eighteenth studio album, High Hopes (as well as the following American Beauty EP), a collection of older songs, cover songs and outtakes that Da Boss still considers one of his proper records.