Re:sound #263 Meat Music

This hour we’re all about honesty. An honest look at fat, and an honest answer to this burning question, “What are the real lyrics to ‘Louie Louie’????”

2018 / TCF / WBEZ 91.5, USA


This hour we’re all about honesty. An honest look at fat, and an honest answer to this burning question, “What are the real lyrics to ‘Louie Louie’????”

The Host’s Fat
By Jonathan Zenti for Meat
As an overweight man, Jonanthan Zenti explains how his shape and his diets often cause him to question his identity… but not to lose it.

Louie Louie: the strange journey of the dirtiest song never written
By David Weinberg, Nick White and Myke Dodge Weiskopf for KCRW’s Lost Notes
An FBI Investigation, an engagement ring, wine coolers... all part of the surprising story behind the ubiquitous anthem that every teenager bangs out on their first guitar.

This episode of Re:sound was produced by Dennis Funk.

produced by

David Weinberg

David Weinberg is a reporter at KCRW in Los Angeles where he covers South Central.

Myke Dodge Weiskopf

Myke Dodge Weiskopf is a radio producer, field recordist, multi-instrumentalist, and songwriter based in Los Angeles. Weiskopf spent a decade in the music industry, where he worked for indie label Rykodisc and toured and recorded under the name Science Park. He is also the founder of ShortWaveMusic, a global sound series which preserves the sound of regional and international broadcasting around the world. Now, he serves as the the musical supervisor for KCRW's Strangers podcast and spends his days as senior radio producer of L.A. Theatre Works. His sound-art work has been featured in galleries and experimental broadcasting platforms in Berlin, Stockholm, New York, Chicago, and elsewhere. He is currently in the studio, working on the first Science Park album in 14 years. You can find much more of Myke's work here.


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