In order of shiniest-and-newest to oldest-and-moldiest all the radically inclined vids. This message may be pinned to the top of some lists rather than be sorted by date.
A politically incorrect and culturally inappropriate Christmas show - pop song parodies and original tunes sure to put coal in my stocking.
Electors vote Trump; Hilarity Ensues
A couple of songs that have been covered before, a couple of skits that haven't. Something to keep the playlist warm until the Christmas show. Or something.
A spiritually oriented medley in electric and acoustic versions.
The Vote? Get Out! Three never-before-recorded old Radical Incline political-ish songs wrapped in political commentary and cartoonery.
Newly-recorded: three songs, one instrumental, plus a cartoon, and black & orange Hallowe'en cats!
New recording, old recordings, whatever I can find to pad this out
Some comic relief. Five new original songs, somewhere between the weird and the humorous.
Four new recordings of original songs, of lost love, hard times, faith, insecurity, and spiritual regeneration. Plus a touch of humor.
Six more original songs of love, faith, fear, and fun
Slightly shorter show, but packed with more original songs.
Subjects: alcohol, relationships, love, family, parenting, recreation, humor, decisions, duty, obedience, faith, Spirit, marijuana, liberty, prohibition, healing, repeal, perfection, idealism, mortality, punctuality, fate, destiny, fatalism, Mother Teresa, service, music video
Six songs of betrayal, lost love, sogginess, and silliness, for your entertainment and enlightenment.
Six more original songs, and a cartoon.
Another session of songs of love, mirth, and indulgence. Plus bonus cartoon!
You'll Be Older, Too - Birthdays, Art, faith, love, and online discussions. Bonus tracks with Sarah Smith and Majic Clark
Losing my hair? Maybe in another thirty years! Mindful Webworker and Majic Clark cover the Beatles' When I'm Sixty-Four in inimitable fashion.
A second attempt to record some live music-like stuff. Now it's actually a series. Five selected songs.
Noises intended to be music, croakings intended to be song, premiere episode of a threatened series
With just a shake of the head, the fur does spread. Starring Jack the Cat. He was a good kitty. Re-rolled to correct Jack's birth year.
No matter how much you may want to forget them! A video montage.
The question is, which class? Or is he unclassifiable? Warning: Language unsuitable for children, genteel people, and Presidents.
A cynical song about Santa. Short but sour.
Wild Bill for America is right-on 97.976% of the time, studies show. However, there is one major cringe-inducing bit…
Rile the snake at your own risk. His majesty is challenged by a rogue reporter, who is appropriately scolded and scorched.
A range of suggested approaches for dealing with Jihadis, from Barry Do-Nothing, to Jimmy Make-Nice, to somewhat harsher strategies.
The Surreality of State Department Briefings
Anagrammatical confirmation of the painfully evident.
May you get everything you have earned. Here's a suggestion.