Options The Ed Shepp Radio Experiment: Playlist from June 24, 2005 Options

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Options June 24, 2005: Money


This show is about Money, and all that goes with that--poverty, class, cake... My guests for this show were:
J.C., a financial professional in New York City
Lauren 5700XT, the voice of an ATM in Manhattan
Lauren 5700XT

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments
Ed Shepp  The Ed Shepp Radio Experiment Theme   Options N/A  N/A  2005  It's me theme! The Ed Shepp Radio Experiment 
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The O'Jays  For the Love of Money (Listen: )   Options        
  Text from The 48 Laws of Power, by Robert Greene. Law 40: Despise the Free Lunch. (Listen: )
Jay-Z  Money, Cash, Hoes (Listen: )   Options Vol. 2 Hard Knock Life       
soundtrack  Money, Money (Listen: )   Options Cabaret Soundtrack       
Nicole Kidman  Sparkling Diamonds (Listen: )   Options Moulin Rouge soundtrack      I love the drums that come in around the middle of the song. I love the whole Moulin Rouge soundtrack. 
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Gwen Stefani  Rich Girl (Listen: )   Options Love. Angel. Music. Baby.       
  Text from Where We Stand: Class Matters, by bell hooks. (Listen: )
Stevie V  Dirty Cash (Listen: )   Options        
  Text from Madonna's classic song, American Life, brilliantly paired with the theme music from Sanford & Son. When I was recording the lines, I clearly could not remember all of them, leading me to say, among other things, "I drive a Mini Cooper and I'm stepping on the gas." I like that part. Of course I could remember the "I'm not a Christian and I'm not a Jew" line, but even though I indeed am neither a Xtian nor a Jew, I just couldn't bring myself to say the line, as it's so stupid. The gibberish I replaced it with is actually much more intelligent. In fact, it scores a 317 on the Flesch scale, making it comparable in intellitude to the Journal of American Quanquigglemeyer. (Listen: )
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Flying Lizards  Money (That's What I Want) (Listen: )   Options       I've loved this song since the first time I heard it. I think it's so brilliant to have what sounds like an Indian woman speaking the verses. And the choruses are sung funny as well. 
  Text from Where We Stand: Class Matters, by bell hooks. (Listen: )
Suze Orman  The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom (Listen: )   Options       It's the Lottery Tix Squizzmix. Yeah, I just made that up. 
  More text from Where We Stand: Class Matters, by bell hooks. (Listen: )

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