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Please be careful, Ethan. Ethan plays some songs inspired by the Mississippi River and its famous paddle steamer boats. Happy 4th of July! Certain songs give Ethan anxiety.
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So he pays a visit to the esteemed Dr. Zizmore, who forces him to face his pianistical fears. Enjoy an episode full of tunes that Ethan plays as part of his treatment. Will he be cured? Or will Ethan continue to be haunted in his dreams by the man-eating sea turtle?
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Ethan welcomes academy-award nominated actor Jesse Eisenberg to the podcast studio. Ethan plays piano music that imitates banjo music. Finally, Ethan reads a poem about Gottschalk by Gwendolyn Brooks and talks about the musical exploitation of enslaved African-Americans. Then Ethan opens up the phone lines and gets a request from an extra-terrestrial.
That's when things get weird. Gina Marie from Chicago is back to sing songs about those three siblings from Mound, Minnesota who left an indelible mark on American music. Ethan pays homage to the great classical composer, Ethelbert Nevin, by playing three of his most famous works: "Mighty Like a Rose," "Narcissus," and "The Rosary.
McLaughlin's electric belt. On this episode, Ethan plays music that requires knocking on the piano. First, he plays the historically important Carolina Fox Trot, which has some clapping and knocking, and was actually the first published Fox Trot ever. Then, Ethan plays an original composition called the "Whack-a-Mole Rag" in which he tries to whack pesky musical moles.
Finally, soprano Melinda Whittington pops in, gives Ethan some hair-care advice, and sings "Knock Wood" with a little percussion solo. Gina Marie is back to sing songs about true crime.
Hear the titillating story and song about Aaron Harris, the New Orleans serial killer who used voodoo magic to stay out of jail. Finally, Gina wails the most famous murder ballad of all time: "Frankie and Johnny. Ethan starts off by showing off his cockney accent in the English law enforcement classic "The Policeman's Holiday" Then he smoothly segues into a Titanic-themed program. Ethan's 8 year old son and budding flutist joins him for the "Nearer My God to Thee" moment. Was he on the Titanic with his horse? Well, maybe if you listened to the podcast instead of reading this blurb, you'd find out!
In this sports themed episode, Ethan syncopates basketball, football, baseball, sailboat racing, and horse racing. Ethan also answers a letter from a fan and gives him musical advice on how to get a girlfriend. Then the Chicago Federals baseball club reemerges from history's dustbin to make an appearance.
Then, rather than eating an oyster, he sings a duet with it Cole Porter's "Tale of the Oyster". Ethan kicks off the episode with "Tickled to Death" by Charles Hunter. From there, things take a morbid turn. Ethan dispels the myths and explains how things were REALLY done in the Crescent City - with gang violence, ham and cheese sandwiches, and plenty of beer and whiskey.
Then, Ethan launches into this episode's theme: songs about philandering. You Chicken" and ends up clucking at a young lady walking down the street.
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Also, Ethan sings the praises of Equifax with a fiery passion. This episode will make you want to kick your legs, shake your derriere and stop worrying about who has your social security number. Ep: Master Raconteur. Ethan opens up the show with "The Invitation Rag" by Les Copeland and welcomes special guest Brent Watkins, who is a filmmaker and ragtimer. Brent compares ragtime to 18th-century German literature, but before things get too hi-falutin, Ethan launches into the dramatic "Hot House Rag" by Paul Pratt.
Finally Ethan regales his guest with some Les Copeland jokes from the s. Do the jokes still hold up? Listen and judge for yourself! Today is the first day of the semester at Carolina Shout Podcast University. Experience a brief freshman orientation and jump right into Ragtime with Professor Ethan.
Our sponsor is Bernard's Dehydrated Water. Tuition is free so you might as well enroll! Vocalist Laura Windley opens the show with a number fresher than Starkist tuna. Ethan plays a polka written for a Civil War Sanitary Fair, and he explains what a Sanitary Fair is no, it is not a soap circus. Then Ethan puts together a complicated Piano Puzzle, sings a song about a spunky country girl named Neuralgia and, finally, presents an epic narrative ballad about a couple who fall in love, get married, have children, and die - without ever leaving the confines of JC Penney.
Ethan puts together a train-themed episode. First he sings a song that rhymes just about every train line from the Cotton Belt to the Wabash Cannonball. Then he plays a Scott Joplin march about a massive train collision. After that, Ethan reveals his true nature as a hardened criminal. He takes out his revolver, puts a bandana over his face and holds up a train. This episode begins with Gina Marie singing "Squeeze Me.
Raw Press, our sponsor for the episode, requests Ethan to sing about juice, which he does. Ethan then plays a song about opium smoking Limehouse Blues and ends the episode with some Scott Joplin and some semi-investigative journalism about the all-powerful pineapple industry. Ethan presents a program of puzzle songs from the s and 30s with insights provided by special guest Will Shortz, editor of the NY Times Crossword.
Ethan also presents the first known recording of an Argentinian crossword song that loosely translates to the "Horizontal Tango. Vocalist Anna Cecilia swings by the podcast studio and regales us with a few scorching hot jazz numbers. And for the first time in Carolina Shout history, we have a live studio audience of 4 people. Ethan has fun with the music of Frederic Francois Chopin. He plays some hit songs of yore that were based on Chopin's melodies, and of course, Ethan makes his own hot Chopin arrangements as well, including a romping C Minor Waltz and a Prelude played in the styles of Scott Joplin and Jelly Roll Morton.
In this episode, sponsored by Unicorn Drops, Ethan opens up the show with a short "Carolina in the Morning.
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In this episode, Ethan pays his income tax and sings a song about it. Then he digs up an obscure Irving Berlin tune about an immigrant facing deportation. Finally, Ethan opens up the phone lines, and to his utter dismay, gets a robocall. He responds the only way he knows how - by playing some syncopated piano music about robots. Upon realizing the podcast studio doors are unlocked, Ethan is rudely interrupted by his 7-year son, who sings a song about jaguars and hijacks the podcast.
The location is easily dispensed with: Texarkana was not established until Consequently, it appears possible that Joplin, born 12 years later, could have been born in Texarkana. Others, including genealogists, simply posit that Joplin was born in Linden, Texas , either in late or early The Joplins subsequently moved to Texarkana, Arkansas, where Giles worked as a laborer for the railroad and Florence was a cleaner. Joplin's father had played the violin for plantation parties in North Carolina, and his mother sang and played the banjo.
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