Episode 39 – Paul J. Williams, Comic, Discusses His Comedy and Characters & Jeffrey Reid Baker Discusses Electronic Music (Part 1 of 2)

Paul J. Williams, comic, discusses his upbringing in a Southern Baptist family in San Antonio, his start in comedy and several of his characters. Jeffrey Reid Baker shares his comments on the history of electronic music and his role in it. First anniversary of John Selig Outspoken.

 

Paul J. Williams

Paul J. Williams, Comic

 

Paul J. Williams as Sister Helen Holy

Paul J. Williams as Sister Helen Holy

 

Jeff's Pianos

Jeff – “The Grand, the Console. Where I teach and compose. 88 Keys, 10 fingers, no problem. A great place to be.”

 

500 LPs

Jeff – “The Archives. 5000 LPs. It’s all here.”

 

Computers and Sequencer

Jeff – “My Creative corner for all recordings. The two computers you see lower middle contain every sound imaginable. My sequencer (via the Mac Pro) drives as many as I need.”

 

sheet music with  music theory and associated textbooks

Jeff – “Then sheet music archives, with all musical theory and associated textbooks. Also, printer/scanner/fax alley.”

 

John Selig at the mike

John – “‘Welcome to Episode 39 of John Selig Outspoken’. That’s me at the mike.”

 

John Selig Outspoken Studios

John – “The world famous John Selig Outspoken studios (aka my office).”

 

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Websites featured in this episode:
Paul J. Williams
Jeff’s Backyard – you gotta see this!
JRB Records

 

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