TBTL Jingles by Momma’s Boys Quartet

Back on the February 17, 2009, during the 2nd hour of the show, the gang had Momma’s Boys Quartet record a series of jingles for TBTL; including, the one that is now played as part of the intro to kick off Ben Lee’s “Catch My Disease”. That version was taken from their second take.

TBTL Jingle Take 1

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TBTL Jingle Take 2

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Mama’s Boys also recorded a retro-sounding version of the jingle

TBTL Retro Jingle Take 1

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TBTL Retro Jingle Take 2

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They also recorded a 30 second short song/jingle for the show as well

TBTL Song

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Clips From TBTL #2066

TBTL listener Nathaniel submitted his TBTL Voicemail Line jingle which is inspired by the Strong Bad e-mail intro drop used for the TBTL e-mail segment intro. That jingle was played on TBTL #2066.

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Also on TBTL #2066, Andrew found a little audio recording toy while going through his stuff for his move to Seattle. The toy became a source of fun for both Andrew and Luke. Below are some of the things that Andrew recorded on and played back from the recording toy.

Andrew: Recording of Andrew saying “Hi, Luke.”

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Andrew: Recording of Andrew saying “I can’t hear you!”

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Andrew: Recording of Andrew saying “That’s my jugular.”

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Andrew: Recording of Andrew saying “You can record yourself saying something.”

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Andrew: Speaking into his recording toy and playing back “Guys, I’m really, really sorry about this.”

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Andrew: “Aww, that didn’t work at all.”

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Andrew: “Because, that’s what goats do.”

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Andrew: “Hey, wanna take the cat for a drive?”

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Andrew: “I don’t know. It’s ironic.”

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Andrew: “I dunno. I guess I’m going dark.”

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Andrew: “I prefer not to!”

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Andrew: “Let’s hear it for Luke Burbank!”

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Andrew: “Let’s hear it for Luke Burbank!¬†Oh, man. It’s like I was born to do it!”

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Andrew: “My dogological clock is ticking.”

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Andrew: “Oh my God, are you kidding me? I love it, yeah!”

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Andrew: “Oh yeah, Theo. I’m already calling him road dog.”

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Andrew: “Oh, goatly.”

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Andrew: “‘Oh, no! You’re being stuck with Theo!’ I’m like, you don’t understand; like, Theo, yeah, he’s a bastard towards other people”

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Andrew: “Road Dog”

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Andrew: Snorting

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Andrew: “Tell me what you want to hear me say, through a distorted, horrible sound.”

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Andrew: “Yeah!”

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Andrew and Luke: Andrew Whispering: “Let’s start a podcast!” and Luke replying with “I know, seriously.”

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Andrew and Luke: Minecat versus Mein Cat

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Andrew and Luke: “We need another mic! Dang it!”

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Andrew and Luke: “You, you didn’t pull a Walsh; and, that’s a good thing. Oh, Andrew! I don’t… I don’t necessarily think we use that kind of terminology to your face.”

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Luke: “Bring back the singing, bring back the nose whistle, bring it all back. Bring every bit of it back; because, it’s a lot better than Luke Burbank on stage.”

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Luke: “Coming to you from Bellingham, Washington… The Bay City!”

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Luke: “Dang it!”

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Luke: “God damn, it was cute!”

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Luke: Imitating the tones used to send a fax over a phone line

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Luke: Imitating the tones used to send a fax over a phone line #2

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Luke: Laughing

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Luke: “Meow”

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Luke: “Oh, Andrew!”

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Luke: “Or in the words of Kenny Rogers, ‘Islands in the stream, that’s what we are'”

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Luke: “Pod-dog just got back from her little sleep-away camp; and, so she was just a flithy, flithy beast.”

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Luke: “Sick… dude!”

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Luke: “That is a bitchin’ Strong Bad impression.”

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Luke: “The Brazil Open tennis tournament decided to let the dogs in, as it were.”

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Luke: “The, the goatification of this guy. The goatlification…”

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Luke: Whispering “You’re the only thing I need in this world!”

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Luke and Andrew: “A’ight, fire, fire it away bud. Alright.”

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Luke and Andrew: “I’m, I’m met with the sound of your blank face, over the Internet connection (Exactly.) we use to talk to each other.”

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Clips From TBTL #2062: Jingles and Weird Sound Edition

TBTL Tens Bryan and Jessica recorded and submitted each of their TBTL voicemail line jingles to Luke and Andrew and the jingles were played on TBTL #2062.

Listener Bryan: TBTL Voicemail Jingle

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Listener Jessica: TBTL Voicemail Jingle

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At the 34m 56s mark of the podcast, a weird clicking or clacking sound happened on the recording. Neither Luke or Andrew made note of the sound and may not have heard it on each of their end of the recording.

Weird sound at 34m 56s mark

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