The Conversation Hat Podcast - Episode 20

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Featuring original music The Yes Song which our $5 Patreon Patrons are able to access a free download, hurrah!


Here's a few things we discussed today, should you choose to further research these topical issues.

lukecageWe talked about the music of Netflix / Marvel series Luke Cage, which may or may not have planned to include Prince at some point. This is a great series for music, not just in it's original score but in the lisenced music and live performances. Music.Mic have compiled a list of all the music used in Luke Cage which you can check out right here, at your leisure.

Liam's story of Prince and the penguin, (how is that not a children's novel?), was from the video below, in which Kevin Smith talks about his unreleased Prince documentary.


Our plan is that this show will always be available for free, but super fans are encouraged to support The Conversation Hat via Patreon. There's a plethora of rewards available for doing so, including the merch packs pictured below, and extras like behind the scenes content:


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ep20-thumbThe Conversation Hat is hosted by Ben Pierson and Liam Taylor, and edited by Laura Elmer.

Artwork by Rebecca Timmons. You can find her blog over here:

Music by Liam Taylor.