Day By Holiday 007 – Title Track Day

Day By Holiday 007 (27:36)

Steve talks about music for Title Track Day, while Sarah reveals that the only album she’s ever bought is one from *NSYNC. Definitely not the third album, but she can’t remember specifically which one.

Some of the stuff mentioned in this episode:

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Day By Holiday 006 – Buttermilk Biscuit Day

Day By Holiday 006 (27:48)

Steve reads a Bojangles’ press release about the Cheddar Bo and Bo Berry Buttermilk Biscuits. He also sings a modified version of the Powder Milk Biscuit Song as loudly as he can without waking up the kids. Sarah harbors dark secrets about Health Days, the Kents’ hometown festival.

Steve also references the song “Mr. Bojangles.” After recording, it was determined that the song was indeed written by Jerry Jeff Walker (and later covered by The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band).

Thanks to Poor Moon for the use of their song “Holiday” off their self-titled album from Sub Pop Records. Find it here.

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Day By Holiday 003 – Jelly Bean Day

Day By Holiday 003 (21:10)
Steve tries to defend jelly beans from Sarah, who hates all forms of sugar but chocolate. They also discuss some old-timey slang and Steve complains about his phone.

Charlotte's jelly beans, which Steve and Sarah borrowed for the recording. Right is the bean that Sarah dissected to determine that yes, it was made of sugar.

Charlotte’s jelly beans, which Steve and Sarah borrowed for the recording. Right is the bean that Sarah dissected to determine that yes, it was made of sugar.

Day By Holiday 002 – Rubber Eraser Day

Day By Holiday 002 (17:16)
Done some things you’re not proud of? Have some stuff you’d like to sweep under the rug? National Rubber Eraser Day might be for you! Or maybe erasers are only effective in a very narrow range of cases.

Special thanks to Poor Moon for the use of our theme, “Holiday,” from their self-titled album. Find it here: https://megamart.subpop.com/releases/poor_moon/poor_moon
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Steve's phoenix proves his resistance to erasure.