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Part of the UGASports.com Podcast Network - The Savage Pads Podcast features discussion of all things UGA football with help from former players and coaches. In its first 3 seasons, The Savage Pads Podcast featured over 30 NFL players in addition to 4 College Football Hall of Famers. In 2020, the show became part of the UGASports.com (Rivals) Podcast Network. Each new episode aims to reconnect listeners with UGA legends - creating a platform for players and coaches to share the untold storie ...
 
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Frizz and Bob kick off the first episode in our "27 Club Series", as we go Back to Black with the tragic story of the vintage visionary, Amy Winehouse. Pour some of Stillhouse's Black Bourbon with us as we pull back the curtain on the turbulent and inspiring relationship behind her hits, how she unknowingly collaborated with another "27 Club" artis…
 
Frizz and Bob do right by hanging with the queen of soul, pour some peaty Laphroig 10, and dive in to Aretha Franklin's heart-swelling album: I Never Loved a Man the Way I Loved You. We sock it to ya with a journey into her rare and riveting revival of an unlikely top-charting genre, her unstoppable charisma, and the power Aretha still holds over o…
 
Frizz and Bob boot up the time machine to groove back to 1979! We enjoy a non-alcoholic "whiskey" from Spiritless Kentucky 74 with engineer, producer, and Nashville's Welcome to 1979 recording studio owner, Chris Mara. No alcohol was needed to get the juicy details about what really goes on inside a studio, your next favorite sandwich that's certif…
 
Who is the Lilith Fairest of them all? At last, our answer -- but first, we look at last-comers Heather Nova, Jewel, Paula Cole, Des'ree, and Natalie Merchant. And we ask a few more questions, like which sophomore year lyrics belong to, high school or college; whether we feel truly confident in our Lilithosity metrics; who's our favorite liberal sc…
 
Buckle up, because Frizz and Bob fly down memory lane with a bottle of Russell's Reserve, as we listen to all the (MMM) bops on the unforgettable 1998 compilation album, Now That's What I Call Music! Volume 1. Join us as we dig into some unexpected true crime, a snippet of style in Mexican American history, finding hope after the 1980s AIDS epidemi…
 
The second-to-last set of 5 songs joins the Lilith fray by zig-zagging all over the map: Ani DiFranco, India.Arie, Natalie Imbruglia, Aimee Mann, and Chantal Kreviazuk take us from a soggy subbasement of the Brill Building, to the desert, to the diner for a celery soda, to the valley of the shadow of WTF. That's where the doctors with butterfly net…
 
Frizz and Bob have a big cheers with Mathew Bethancourt of the electric rock band Josiah and enjoy a pour of Castle and Key's Restoration Rye. We buzz all about resurrecting a band after a decade to be more powerful than ever before, how all is fair in love and rock n’ roll, burglarizing band members, and the blessing and curse of the never ending …
 
The murderers' row of artists joining us for our Top 30 episode -- Joan Osborne, Tracy Chapman, Fiona Apple, Shawn Colvin, and Lisa Loeb & 9 Stories -- might actually literally kill us? Primitivism without authenticity, dorm-room BS, a plea to send all the puppies, and the unexpected pleasures of representative democracy all have a moment this week…
 
We're in the #LilithFair40 homestretch now with our top 25, joined by Bif Naked, The Juliana Hatfield 3, Jill Scott, Patty Griffin, and the Cardigans. Discovering Toni Morrison, the sophomore-pox that ravaged college radio, commercials for shampoo that contains absinthe, and Wednesday Addams's private moment with Christian Slater -- you won't want …
 
The Lilith Fair 40 reaches the halfway mark -- what better time to confront the contribution of festival founder Sarah McLachlan, along with Macy Gray, Dionne Farris, Mary Chapin Carpenter, and Dido? We also remember childhood soundtracks, acknowledge "listen boo-boo" energy, blank on Shiri Appleby's name (sorry, lady!), spread German mustard on ca…
 
Frizz and Bob geek out about Old Fashioned cocktails and dig into one of the best kept secrets in all of music making history. The collection of musicians known as "The Wrecking Crew," was the driving force behind the success and quality of almost every popular song we know today. Join us as we talk about the snazzy music business in the 50s, it's …
 
Mark gets emotional, Sarah gets confused, and the Lilith/WB Venn gets unpacked: it's the third #LilithFair40 episode, with the Indigo Girls, Letters to Cleo, Alanis, Liz Phair, and Michelle Branch rounding out the top 15. Secular hymns, hidden fists, zines, cool girls, and Dawson Leery (...again!): the quest for the Lilith Fairest of them all conti…
 
The rankings get exponentially tougher in our second episode, with k.d. lang, Tori Amos, Sheryl Crow, The Cranberries, and Melissa Etheridge joining the countdown. Raisin girls, genre-defying voices, The Hall Of B-Plus, and when a window is just a window as we introduce the 10 Lilith Fairest songs on our chart. Our intro is by Laura Barger and Jack…
 
Frizz and Bob dive into a bottle of Metallica's Blackened Whiskey while chatting about their classic album, Master of Puppets. We get into the band's history, some Stranger Things lore, the Eddie Munson fan club, the literary works of H.P. Lovecraft, and some sadly rejected album titles including unsavory places where metal could be placed.…
 
It's the first "real" episode of the Lilith Fair 40: Dar Williams, Meredith Brooks, Frente!, Suzanne Vega, and The Corrs inaugurate our chart, with help from the MCSL "listies" mixtape, greasy-haired sad boys, how to sing about a building collapse, incomplete subversion of the male gaze, and sibling bands to fall asleep to. All this, and Mark may h…
 
Welcome to The Lilith Fair 40, in which we put on broomstick-pleated skirts and Pride jewelry, light some Nag Champa, and set off on a journey of discovery: what is the Lilith Fairest song of all time? This season, we're looking at the woman-forward festival of the late '90s; our own musical attitudes from that time; and misogyny in pop music -- an…
 
It's a special birthday episode so join us for FRIZZAPALOOZA! Frizzy Spice and Sassy Spice (Bob) celebrate with 15 year old Glenfarclas and the 90s chart-smashing album and movie, Spiceworld. Come hang as we cheers to the most successful girl group in history, fighting for badass girl power, Pepsi, and of course, Frizz.…
 
Frizz and Bob sip on Johnnie Walker and flaunt their best Southern accents (and charm) as they highlight the Man in Black: Johnny Cash. Considered one of the greatest live albums of all time, we highlight how "At Folsom Prison" sparked Cash's career resurgence, the risky recording conditions, the perfection of his writing, and his legacy of boldly …
 
We decided NOT to write a book about all the pop songs that "only" (or..."somehow") hit #11 on the Billboard charts...but you wouldn't know it from our voluminous notes on the 11 Number 11s we did decide to contemplate, including Stevie Nicks, Stephen Bishop, Dead or Alive, Heart, Digital Underground, T. Swift, the Thompson Twins, the KLF (with Tam…
 
Hang out with Frizz and Bob while we tell the often forgotten tale of Pink Floyd founder and original frontman, Syd Barrett, alongside their later staple album, Wish You Were Here. We drink Woodford Reserve Double Oaked and talk about the mind that created one of the greatest bands of all time, sparked one of the greatest records of all time, and h…
 
Frizz and Bob sit down with the man behind most of your current and new favorite desert and doom rock bands, Jadd Shickler, while we enjoy Hibiki Harmony. Join us from his early beginnings during the 90s tech boom, becoming a label and branding powerhouse, some of the snazziest vinyl we've ever seen, and all things about the genre he literally help…
 
It's the America's Damp 40 season finale! Dave Mason, Silver, Leo Sayer, Barbra Streisand, and Chicago file onto the big stage, and Shaddo and Peej discuss moist chord structures, running over cassettes in Grimsby parking lots, the return of the "DON'T TOUCH THAT!!" shriek, unmodulated Broadway belting, and the Jordan-almond schmaltz shell that is …
 
Frizz and Bob cheers with New Riff Malted Rye Whiskey and journey back to the birth of the blues beginning at the infamous crossroads, where souls were sold for eternal greatness. Join us in uncovering the man behind the devil's guitar and the impact of one of the most important musicians in American music history.…
 
There was a "35 moisture-units per hour" joke here but Sarah just couldn't get it to go. YOU should go listen to the second-to-last episode of our America's Damp 40 countdown, as America, Dan Hill, Seals & Crofts, Kenny Loggins, and Foreigner all slosh onto the chart. How did George Martin get in here? Did one of the legion of Dans solve toxic masc…
 
Three quarters of the way through the America's Damp 40 countdown! Wading into the swamp this week are Nicolette Larson, Bread, Barry Manilow, Jim Croce, and the Garden State's own Dr. Hook, and as Mark fondly remembers a bank vestibule and conjures a mating dance involving a drink with grenadine in it, Sarah wonders if the titular Mandy has called…
 
Frizz and Bob celebrate May the 4th with Buffalo Trace's White Dog in a space-themed cocktail, and chat about the brilliance of androgynous glam rock, the beauty of flamboyance, and the power of the space messiah, Lady Stardust himself, in the album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars by David Bowie.…
 
It's getting real -- real soggy, that is -- as we wrestle with the next five songs in the America's Damp 40 countdown. William Joel, Kenny Rogers, Randy Vanwarmer, Bertie Higgins, and yet another Dan (Fogelberg) have us talking about emotional-labor issues, when vulnerability is actually wimpiness, songs that sound like karaoke stock videos look, w…
 
We've reached the halfway point in our America's Damp 40 countdown, and with Steely Dan, Ambrosia, England Dan and John Ford Coley, Olivia Newton-John, and 10cc entering the chart, it's getting dark AND damp in here. The condescension of older boyfriends, saying the quiet part out loud, sexual grift, calling the Seals family onto the (shag) carpet,…
 
America's Damp 40 countdown "welcomes" another five songs to the fray, including selections from Orleans, Melissa Manchester, James Taylor, Lionel Richie, and Dolly Parton. Is Manchester the girl from "Chevy Van"? How do the paradigm challenges of drag relate to moisture levels? Was JT low-key hateful this whole time? And did Sarah crack the anti-m…
 
The next 5 songs join the America's Damp 40 countdown, so buckle up for Gerry Rafferty, the Eagles, Todd Rundgren, Sammy Johns, and our old friend Paul Davis as we settle our first top 10. Penthouse letters gone feloniously awry, Glenn Frye-colepsy, predicting saxophone sales, the one time Sarah will let herself use the word "iconic," and a side of…
 
America's Damp 40 is now officially underway with our first 5 songs! Art Garfunkel, Juice Newton, Christopher Cross, Styx, and Player form the foundation of our moist pop-chart project. The mystery of Dudley Moore, Michael McDonald's mentholated support, the difference between longing and a boner, sonic butter, the Garfunkel/Midler Venn, and Ridge …
 
Welcome to America's Damp 40, our season dedicated to ranking the moistest soft rock hits of all time. In this episode, we explain the premise, discuss how our rankings will work, reveal the songs in contention, and talk about all the shag carpeting on which a person can make love. Our intro is by Andrew Byrne, and our outro is by The Association. …
 
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