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"Time Crisis, back once again. It's summertime, so in this episode, we willll change our formula slightly to give you a summertime edition of Time Crisis. We will be joined by the absolute legend Bruce Hornsby, to talk his new album, the Grateful Dead, and of course The Range. This is Time Crisis."

Episode[]

Guests[]

  • Bruce Hornsby - musician and songwriter

Topics[]

Jake discusses his topical Chuck E. Cheese painting and how the company has declared bankruptcy, leading to conversaion on other bankrupt companies such as Sears, from whom Jake recently purchased a new dishwasher due to a rat infestation. Blockbuster is also discussed, along with DVDs. Jake breaks down the Garth Brooks documentary and Ezra discusses Reese's peanut butter cup conspiracies. Bruce Hornsby joins the call to talk in depth about his career history, influences, and shares his personal anecdotes about Jerry Garcia. Jake previews a demo for a new Mountain Brews track before the Crew launch into a speedy 1986 Top Five. The episode concludes with musing on songs with strong emotional triggers.

Segments[]

Continuity[]

Fun Facts[]

This episode was recorded via FaceTime, with none of the hosts in the same room, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Music[]

Top Five[]

1986
  1. "There'll Be Sad Songs (To Make You Cry)" - Billy Ocean
  2. "Holding Back the Years" - Simply Red
  3. "Who's Johnny" - El DeBarge
  4. "No One Is To Blame" - Howard Jones
  5. "Nasty" - Janet Jackson

Songs Played[]

  • "One of Us" - ABBA
  • "I Think I Smell a Rat" - The White Stripes
  • "Living Legends, Pt. 2" - Waylon Jennings
  • "The Way It Is" - Bruce Hornsby & The Range
  • Mandolin Rain" - Bruce Hornsby & The Range
  • "Across the River" - Bruce Hornsby & The Range
  • "My Resolve" - Bruce Hornsby & James Mercer
  • "Wharf Rat" - Grateful Dead
  • "Nasty" - Janet Jackson
  • "No One Is To Blame" - Howard Jones
  • "Who's Johnny" - El DeBarge
  • "Holding Back the Years" - Simply Red
  • "There'll Be Sad Songs (To Make You Cry)" - Billy Ocean
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