Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 255: Norm Wilner Kicks Out the Jams!

Toronto Mike'd Podcast Episode 255In this 255th episode, Mike and Norm Wilner play and discuss his ten favourite songs. This episode is exactly 1:26:28.

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These episodes just keep getting better and better! I think that Norman Wilner
really gave his brother a run for the money in the song selection department!!
Squeeze, They Might Be Giants and The Streets of Fire soundtrack (the whole
album is amazing, but it is not Diane Lane singing on it!). On another They Might
Be Giants note, it is unfortunate that their "Blue Mink" album, released on September
11, 2001, got lost in the shuffle. On that same infamous date, Slayer released their
"God Hates Us All" album and the infernal Nickelback released their "Silver Side Up"
album. The latter act really benefitted inadvertently from that horrific tragedy (the
"How You Remind" single went to number one shortly afterwards.) Sermon ended!!

July 31, 2017 @ 5:04 PM


Added Norm's podcast to my list following his first appearance. One of the early episodes I listened to featured a short break in the convo while his dog walked through. You could hear the nails on the tile floor, moving through the frame. Classic podcasting moment!
If I ever need to revisit 80's pop, that Streets Of Fire track covers it all. I heard every everything in there.
Interesting selections, thanks.

August 1, 2017 @ 7:16 PM


Excellent! Loved this one, too. Sweet Jane and The Mountain Goats! The Hip. The way Norm frames his reasons for his selections serves as some pretty compelling narrative.

I'll have to go back and listen to Norm's first visit to your 'Basement Studio'.

August 1, 2017 @ 7:26 PM

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