Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 275: Jarvis Kicks Out the Jams!

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 275In this 275th episode, Mike and his 3-year-old son play and discuss his ten favourite songs. This episode is exactly 32:56.

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Tough Guest

A tough, demanding, high maintenance guest Mike; you barely held your own :)

Put in your back pocket for future use; Jarvis's #1 jam is the closing of one of my favourite comedies "Rat Race".

October 25, 2017 @ 8:09 PM

Urooj Islam

Too dang adorable.

My favourite KOTJ episode yet.

October 25, 2017 @ 8:52 PM

Rick C in Oakville

I guess he gets an IOU on the 6 pack of GLB!

October 25, 2017 @ 10:03 PM

Urooj Islam

Does GLB make apple juice 6-packs?

October 25, 2017 @ 10:23 PM

WCI

Is it classic rock free?

October 26, 2017 @ 9:33 AM

bsmntdwllr73

@Mike
Kindly inform Jarvis on my behalf that I think he did an excellent job Kicking Out the Jams last
night, please and thank you!! Ya gotta love a three year old who already resolutely knows what
kind of music he enjoys and is fearless in his selections!! Also, it was really nice to hear Jive Bunny
again for the first time in many years during this episode. Plus, if today's daycare providers are
openly exposing their precious clientele to Guns N' Roses, then they have definitely come a heck
of a long way from those dreaded days of "The wheels of the bush go round and round"! Hopefully
these little delights aren't prematurely hearing the likes of "One In A Million", "Get In the Ring", or
"Back Off Bitch"! However, despite its unsavoury lyrical content, I do believe that "Mr. Brownstone"
would make for an excellent round-robin kiddie singalong!! P.S., not familiar at all with Paw Patrol,
but Jarvis' eleventh bonus jam of this show's theme song was totally on point! Thanks again for
providing a heartfelt pick-me-up during a crappy week.

October 26, 2017 @ 12:20 PM

James Edgar

loved it! Yay Jarvis you RAWK!

October 26, 2017 @ 1:01 PM

m m

That was a great episode! Now I'll have to test Smashmouth on my own 3-year old. Pretty good patience on Jarvis, he waited a whole half hour to hear Paw Patrol. Great job both of you!

October 26, 2017 @ 2:35 PM

Point Of Order

This episode is about 2 Sponge Bob's long.

October 26, 2017 @ 4:11 PM

Jillian

So cute.... I love how you interact with your son, Mike. His vocabulary is amazing for a 3 year old!!

October 26, 2017 @ 7:00 PM

Jody Thornton

My dad was very involved with my liking recorded music as a youngster. He would play his 50s rock LPs on a VM record changer that my parents bought from Eaton's (remember Viking). Anyway, my dad saw I had a wondrous interest in watching the record play and hearing the music play. It was a big deal when my dad let me play my first record on the changer. I chose Duane Eddy's LP "Twangy Guitar Will Travel", and the first song was "Lonesome Road".

I wouldn't have been much older than Jarvis.

So thanks Mike for reminding me of some of the magic that dads can provide for their sons. The way I see it, my dad gave me music. You've both done very well with Jarvis.

Cheers! :)

October 27, 2017 @ 9:40 AM

Brandon

Very charming episode! Fun the way Jarvis sings along so naturally with his favorites - as adults, belting it out alongside the tunes tends to be confined to the sound-isolation of a car along with the radio, maybe the shower, or a Karaoke night-out. But the carefree enthusiasm of a 3-year-old grooving with their favorites, free of any self-consciousness about it, is a great example to learn from!

October 28, 2017 @ 7:24 PM

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