The boys' interview about the origins of the podcast got them thinking that it'd been a while since they went off the rails and did a "pop" jazz-cast. So, just like Casey Jones, off the rails they went, and talked up, out, and about two "jazz-adjacent" classics of the past and two brand-new releases adding dollops of jazz (and other genres) to a predominantly "pop" stew. And if that's not enough pop for you, our podcasters discuss mid-period Dylan and only-period Turtles in the final segment.
Discussion of Yellow House Orchestra's album Pop (Self Produced) 55:20
Pop Matters 1:09:25
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