Ride the Dragon Podcast
By Alan Fraser
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The 'casts are almost entirely original but I'll do some covers from time to time. Sometimes I'll do some poetic readings as well.
||Clean"The Verdict" Silas today||Recorded a few minutes ago and much love to everyone||8/12/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean"Song for Yevette and Life" - Studio improv||Recorded not so long after The Situation and it's not over but the worst is behind. For Yevette.||5/24/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean"A River of Snowflakes" - Silas - light improv||Soft and hopefully hypnotic with pings as snowflakes become water. End is abrupt. Times is hard.||10/22/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSilas Knocking Out Some Licks to Show He's Not Dead||Health is poor but it only gets worse if you give up and stop playing||10/17/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSilas Plays Cat's Birthday Show||Silas Scarborough after quite a while away from live and it's the entire show. Only way to upload it was as MP3 but it's 320K quality.||7/18/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean"Necromancer EQ" - Live at Luxor 2009 - Silas Scarborough - Rock, mystical, fast||Blazing Silas and this is the original long version. Maximum excitement.||6/15/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean"Epitaph" - Studio recording by Silas||It's not a morbid song and may be best studio lead I ever did. It's a favorite with me.||8/20/2001||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean"Paint It Black ML" featuring Mystery Lady w/Silas Scarborough||From the Valentine's Day Sessions in 1993 and proudly featuring Mystery Lady||2/14/1993||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean"Gimme Shelter ML" featuring Mystery Lady w/Silas Scarborough||From long-lost archives, the Valentine's Day Sessions with the Mystery Lady's inimitable vocal||2/14/1993||Free||View in iTunes|
Note from the Author
The podcast is a mix of Silas Scarborough doing his musical sets and the Reverend Silas T Sasquatch doing parodies of just about anything. All of the material is marked Explicit due to language and religious satire that some may find objectionable. There's nothing overtly religious about Scarborough's songs although some are political.
It's the author doing all characters and playing all instruments and the songs are almost always live. Out here on the Galactic Peace Tour, nothing is ever what it seems.