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Customer Reviews

Only 3 shows so far but it is great

This truly is a ramble, but an entertaining and educated one. The music clips played are great. Who knew John Williams borrowed the Star Wars them from an old Western? I did't before. And an audio comparison to make the point. Highly recommend James Lilek's show, I just wish he'd turn them out faster. I know he has lots he can talk about-if you've seen his website.

Good ‘cast, but too few & far between

No one knows pop culture, especially the soundtracks that accompany said ephemera like James Lileks. His podcasts, however, are too few and far between. No episodes between January and April, and the last episode of this ‘cast was 4/12. Is there really that little to work with? Make me think that Mr. Lileks just gets bored and moves on, as it seems has happened with his previous ‘cast titled ‘The Diner’ - another Lileks podcast that just seemed to fade away.

Heir apparant to The Diner

I'm a lontime fan of The Diner serie, also in iTunes. The Ramble seems to be the next iteration of James' imagination. Although we're still waiting for the Star Trek episode.

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