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Ep. #872: Mike Watt and Papa M

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Mike Watt and Papa M‘s David Pajo talk about their new split-single for Red Parakeet Records’ “one-for-one” series, their history together as admirers and friends and a fateful party for Lance Bangs, how punks share helpful information, the vaudeville circuit, the Beatles and arena rock, J Mascis and the Breeders, David’s work in Gang of Four and a project between him, watt, and Hugo Burnham, the brilliance and resourcefulness of George Hurley, a musical project that watt and I are working on together, other future plans, and much more.

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