I've gotten some lovely feedback from various listeners of Florida Rocks Again! and The Mal Thursday Show on Garagepunk.com, which warms my heart. Just this morning, I got this email from Lutz Raeuber from the mighty Soundflat Mailorder regarding The Mal Thursday Show:
"Hi..Been listening for some hours already...and feel like writing you how much I LOVE these shows!!! You got an excellent taste!!! Just like mine, it seems :-)"
Here are a few other cool comments about TMTS:
"Very cool...it is good to find music that I can rock out with my cock out to! Peace, Joe"
"Absolutely Killer, Thank You!!!!" - Russell
"This show was ass-kicking. I love you but not you know, in a messy romantic way. In a sloppy fun musical way...Truly, if your shows were people I would be makin' sweet sweet love to 'em." - Theresa
Here's a few comments about FRA!:
"Was listening to the 'Cryin' Time' episode last night, and followed it up immediately with the previous edition, 'Florida Time.' This is still the best podcast out there."
- Charlie Blimey
"Too bad I didn’t learn to appretiate Florida’s musical history until after I moved away from it."
- Nick K., Los Angeles, CA
"Thanks so much for the 'Tampa Bay Teen Scene' episode. Fine show."
- Ronny Elliot, Tampa, FL
"Muy buena sesion… me gusta, me gusta la seleccion!!! baby baby…"
--- M.Tanaka, Barcelona, Spain
"Hey, I love this show. I used to tag along when my brother's band the Dark Horseman played shows in Tallahassee back in '66...Thanks for putting it all together."
-- Don Roof, Lake City, FL
"Yahooo!! Florida Rocks Again! is back! I, like millions of other Americans, recieved an iPod for the Holidays. I downloaded the Florida Rocks Again! podcasts as soon as I could. I love these things. Great tunes, great presentation...Thank you, Mal Thursday. Keep up the great efforts. You have the best podcast on iTunes. Now, I look for reasons to walk the dog or mow the grass, just to listen. If you haven't heard these podcasts, I strongly suggest that you do. The tunes are all classic and the recordings even more so."
- Billy DeMoya
Thanks a lot, folks, and keep on tuning in.