A Passport and a Clean Pair of Socks – THIS IS NOT A TEST #20

You really deserve a gripping, original podcast every week. One where I’m rhapsodizing about something I love but that you just don’t understand, or me frothing at the mouth over (a perceived) grievous social injustice. That’s what you deserve, but this week I’m going to read you a bit of a book I’m working on instead.

The book is called A Passport and a Clean Pair of Socks, and it’s about being in a band. Sort of. It’s a lot like this podcast: a central theme that I can’t stick to. But variety is the spice of life, amigos. Never forget that.

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8 Responses
  • Joel Reply

    Hey Michael,

    Sounds like a best seller to me ;-) Love the way you read it. Maybe you should skip the print version and just do an audio book. Can’t wait to hear more.


    • Michael Phillips Reply

      Joel, thanks! It’s good to hear from you, man.

      I think it would take me a year to record the whole thing. I don’t know how people do that. I’ll stick to the typing and they can get Morgan Freeman or, you know, Carrot Top to read it. ;)

  • Hosh Reply

    On the upshot, the Swiss do make a number of fine cheeses…

    Good times, man! I’m glad to get a little glimpse (or a listen) into the book. I look forward to eventually buying a copy from whichever publisher has the insight to put it out.

    • Michael Phillips Reply

      Perhaps I am too rough on the Swiss. I did enjoy their alps.

  • Owen Reply

    So great. I Look forward to reading the book. I have some slides of the trip if you need images.

    • Michael Phillips Reply

      Hey, Owen! I have a few pics, but I’d love to see anything you have.

  • Free Joseph Reply

    Yes mike you made me alive again,big up all boomshaka possie ,you have stories i would like to help

    • Michael Phillips Reply

      Many thanks Free Joseph! You were there for all of that, if I find my memory lacking on anything I’ll let you know. My memory is lacking in general, but I’ve found that just making things up fills in the gaps. ;) But, you know, most of it is true. I think.

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