Episodes

Coverville 100: The Big 100th Show!

June 19, 2005

Switching up the format just once for the 100th show. Hear a few versions of the answers to the CoverPod contest, and a few messages from my friends in the Podcasting world. And the debut of a cool new feature on Coverville!

Title Artist Original Artist:
The First Cut Is The Deepest Cat Stevens Cat Stevens
I Gotcha Liza Minelli Joe Tex
Wuthering Heights Pat Benatar Kate Bush
I’m Not In Love The Pretenders 10CC
The Loco-Motion Kylie Minogue Little Eva
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction Phyllis Diller The Rolling Stones
Cleveland Rocks The Presidents of the United States of America Ian Hunter

1 hour 4 minutes |

Coverville is sponsored by iPodderX. Feed your iPod by getting your copy of the #1 podcasting Macintosh client today at iPodderX.com! And right now, you can download a special edition of iPodderX that is already subscribed to Coverville!

And my other sponsor has the best beef jerky (and Elk and Buffalo!) you’ll ever try. YummyFoods.biz

11 Comments

  1. Congrats on the 100th show! Just listened to it on the way into work and enjoyed it.

    Keep up the good work, and keep’em coming.

  2. Congratulations Brian on reaching the century mark. You have a lot to be proud of and we have a lot to be thankful for with this milestone. You may want to add Liza and “I Gotcha” to the soundtrack listing on the web page.

    It would be great to have you play the Otis Redding interpretation of “Satisfaction” sometime. The story goes that his producer recommended Otis cover it because it was so popular. Otis had never heard the Stones’ version, but got the sheet music, wrote his own charts and then put his spin on it. A truly “original” cover version.

    Thanks again for all of your hard work – it is well appreciated.

  3. Hi Brian,
    Congratulations on the 100th Coverville. What a great achievement!
    Please continue making great podcasts.
    Karin

  4. When you read the first winner’s name, I thought the same thing: “Simon, Bennett, Robbins, Oppenheimer and Taft”! Bits from Seinfeld episodes seem to always sneak into real life.

  5. Congratulations and thank you for doing this.

    I know you get requests all the time, but I have one more. There were some podcast congratulations on your show who I don’t know. Would you mind providing links to their sites here in the comments section? I would love to check them out. Thanks! -RT

  6. RE: >

    Most of them are on the main page of my site, on the left side, but I’d be happy to reprint them here:

    Reel Reviews Radio – great DVD review podcast. And his current show covers a favorite movie of mine, Swimming With Sharks. (Michael Geoghagen)

    The Bitterest Pill – hilarious. Absolutely hilarious. (Dan Klass)

    Jawbone – a warm, funny and honest show similar to, but better than anything you’d hear on morning radio. Great interviews, and sincerely nice people. (Len and Nora)

    Five Hundy By Midnight – Awesome podcast about Las Vegas. And always entertaining and interesting. (Tim and Michelle Dressen)

    Useful Sounds – the lovely-voiced Nicole and her insightful observations. (Nicole Simon)

    The Biddycast – what goes on behind the scenes of a massively talented cocktail pop group in New York. (The Lascivious Biddies)

    Illinoise! – a great variety-show-type podcast that I’m glad I listened to a second time. (Just Pete and NASA Janet)

    I’ll put together a list of the Trivia Podcasts that I listen to, and who will be participating in the weekly music challenges in Coverville.

  7. Great 100th show as all your shows are fantastic. I just thought that the food that says Colorado is Rocky Mountain Oysters. When did jerky take over? Keep up the great work.

  8. Great show! I really like the lyric quiz at the end. Congratulations Brian on your wonderful podcast.

Comments are closed.