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The Shakes

By Mule Radio Syndicate

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Description

Gather with Jeremy Fuksa, Pat Piper and Joy Moeller over cocktails to discuss poopy pants times, pop references so obscure that they function on a wave only dogs hear, and of course all things creative.

Customer Reviews

A giant, tasty sandwich of talking.

Sometimes I like to eat sandwiches, but if a sandwich is too large, I have to eat it in several sittings. The Shakes is my giant sandwich. I listen to bits and pieces of it in-between my mid-morning snacks and mid-afternoon space-outs. Jeremy and Pat are the bread (and depending on the episode, the bread goes from a hearty wheat, to rye, to beer bread and then back to wheat). Quinn is really the giggly, obscene heart of the sandwich. Her random thoughts are like fragrant notes of deli meat tickling the palette of a crazy person. Sure, there is cheese. It's smothered in cheese, but what's a sandwich without each part coming together to make a whole? Probably something other than a sandwich. The Earle of Sandwich would hate this review, but hopefully my giant, hero sandwich of Creative people will love it.

New good one

A good new show that has made it's way to my weekly playlist. Keep it up.

I really wanted to like this.

I am a BIG fan of The Cocktail Napkin, Jeremy's previous show, but have found it very difficult to like The Shakes. This is probably because I expected The Shakes to be more like The Cocktail Napkin Mark II, which it is not.

The first three episodes were more like listening to some friends talking in a bar. To me, the fourth episode was more focused and I look forward to listening to the next one as well. As with most new shows, it takes a while to come up to speed (IMNSHO, it took The Talk Show about a dozen shows before it hit its stride).

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