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Cavebabble Episode 237: 2016 Montana Road Trip Part One

Cavebabble 2012
The Babblers hit the road to Montana for a memorial visit to honor Eric’s stepmother. Along the way, we visit all sorts of Americana, from oddly shaped water towers to a ghost town inhabited solely by deteriorating animatronic citizens. This episode is brought to you by Laughter and Tears.

The song list for this episode includes:
1) The Hammock Song by David Cline
2) Kansas City by Fats Domino
3) I Have a Pet by Super Simple Songs
4) The Iowa Song by Josh Connor
5) All I Want is a Proper Cup of Coffee by Trout Fishing in America
6) Perfect Bathroom Trip by Rhett & Link
7) Detour by Patti Page
8) Storm Song by Phildel
9) Scared Song by Meredith Monk
10) Artists vs. TMNT by Epic Rap Battles of History
11) Waterfall by Chris Tomlin
12) Phantom of the Opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber
13) Everyone’s Got a Story by Evan Blum
14) Ghost Town by Adam Lambert
16) Corn on the Cob Song by My Funny Brian Show
15) Outlaw by The Cult
16) Wyoming Where I Belong by Amy Roy and Annie Laurie
17) Stretching Song by Have Fun Teaching
18) Chewing Gum by Iselin
19) Take a Hike by Jeff Alt
20) Old Man Song by KT Turnstall
21) Forest Fire by a-ha
22) I’ll See You Again by Westlife

Episode 237

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Cavebabble Episode 226: In Search of the Sanctum in Caves and Mines

Cavebabble 2012
Cavebabble hits the road for a visit to Onondaga Cave and the flooded Bonne Terre Mine. Join us on our underground adventure, and stay for our look at the claustrophobic diving adventure, Sanctum. This episode is brought to you by Bring A Light.

Music in this episode:

1) The Road Song by Spongebob Squarepants
2) Going Underground by The Jam
3) A Caver’s Advice by Sue Aughey
4) Cavers to the Core by Dangerous Dick and the Duckbusters
5) Old Man by Neil Young
6) We’re Miners and We Know It by MinecraftFinest
7) This is Why I’m Cold by Twista
8) The Miner’s Song by Bill Staines

Episode 226

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Cavebabble Episode 199: The Great Colorado Babble Road Trip 2014

Cavebabble 2012
The Babblers jump in the car for a road trip to Colorado, stopping at odd sights along the way. From atomic cannons to echoing canyons, we see and babble about it all. Join us! This episode is brought to you by Where The Heart Is.

Episode 199

Music clips include:
Sunshine by Kink Ador
Fight, Tiger (Mizzou fight song)
Don’t Play That Song (You Lied) by Aretha Franklin
Dust in the Wind by Kansas
Urinals by Bobby Ellis
Windmills by Toad the Wet Sprocket
Train Song by Charlie Hope
Good Land from the Star Trek episode The Way to Eden
Van Gogh Song from William Shakespeare’s Mom
I Love Egg (Korean song)
Clowns Are Experts at Making Us Laugh by The Vandals
The Mosquito Song by The MrBrown Show
Chicago Bulls Theme by The Allan Parsons Project
The Denver Song by Jewel
Palomino by Mates of State
Hometown Glory by Adele
The Bargain Shop by Poor Bailey
Going Home by Cosmic Gate & Emma Hewitt
That’s Doc Holliday by Joe Bethancourt
Dinosaur Song by Johnny Cash
The Cicada’s Song by Autopilot Off
Home by Marc Broussard

Cavebabble Episode 129: John Carter Lives at the Davis Theatre


Many historic movie theaters across America are struggling to transition to digital projection, and face closure as a result. Join us for a look at the classic Davis Theatre 4, in Higginsville, Missouri. This episode features audio recorded on our trip, as well as a review of the film we watched there, John Carter. Join us! This episode is brought to you by The Smell of Wood.

Episode 129

For more information on the Davis Theatre, visit: davistheatre.com

For more information on the Save Our Screens movement, visit: saveourscreens.org

Whether There is Weather

The destruction is inching closer each week. I spent nearly two hours on the basement level of the library with patrons and fellow employees as a line of storms raged through the center of the state today. Other than torrential rain and whipping winds for a while, no major damage or injuries in our city. Sedalia, to our west, wasn’t so lucky. They took the brunt of the storm, which sent a tornado through the edge of town. No deaths reported so far, but plenty of damage. Every year, we talk about how the worst storms seem to pass us by. This was close enough for me. We can’t stay lucky forever.