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#8 - Interview with Carole Pope

(0:00 - 1:39) Introduction

(1:40 - 6:54) Brenda Earle - Standing (from her soon to be released 2009 CD, Songs For a New Day,

(6:55 - 10:11) The Free Press - Little Pieces (, from their 2008 album, Half Truths and Whole Lies)

(10:12 - 10:38) Rabble Advertisement

(10:39 - 25:18) Interview with Carole Pope ( We talk about her 2000 autobiography, Anti Diva, and we get to hear about her amazing show at Pride in Iceland. Lastly, we hear about her recording process and how much she loves Garage Band).

(25:18 - 27:21) Carole Pope - Johnny Marr (from her 2005 CD, Transcend)

(27:22 - 28:42) Outro.

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