The Julio From NY Show Episode 53: My Chipper Self Again


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Show Notes for Episode 53: My Chipper Self Again
-Not Surprised by Jets defeat but still happy for how far they went
-Who says I cannibalize my blog and podcast?
-The Black Guy Who tips has his own blog and podcast
-I love escapism
-Check out Keith McNally’s podcast for great insights on music

Track List:
A Saint’s Christmas by Kermit Ruffins
You Make Me Feel by Ken Darms
Girl Next Door by Loomis & The Lust
All That I Am Now by Assembly of Dust
Moonshaker by The Milwaukees

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