Episode 65

July 04, 2019

01:10:20

TMP#65 Lefty Parker Gets It Right

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Manny Chevrolet René Coman
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Show Notes

The artist, musician, and Euclid Records store manager has covered a lot of territory in his career. From making pizza and managing the Circle Bar, to restoring art and DJing for bounce superstars, there’s not much he hasn’t done. He’s never been on a podcast, until now. He joins the Troubled Men as they discuss social media, OJ, El Chapo, Squeaky Fromme, recording with Lynn Drury, Jacques DeLatour, poison Cheerios, DJ Shadow, early life, south central L.A., painting, art conservation, the Circle Bar mural, Kelly Keller, moving to town, Fireball Rocket, Ernie K-Doe, Chapel Hill, MTV, the Smashing Pumpkins interview, a nickname, a pizza allergy, the Tiger Theater, Mexican food, a blind man, Stevie Wonder, Dave Bartholomew, the Ponderosa Stomp, artistic and cultural fragility, the bounce revival, a name change, Michael Jackson, a random puncher, [a cctv beatdown at Siberia](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9IGH-T9dxM), campaign management, a George Reinecke set, and much more. Please subscribe, review, and rate on your favorite podcast app. Follow and share on social media and spread the Troubled word. Intro music: Styler/Coman Outro music: The Ballad of the Lonely Lonely Knights by the Lonely Lonely Knights

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