Podcast 42 #74: The Journey Of The Lord Of The Rings

The World’s Most Popular Inaccurate And Sometimes Squirreled Retelling Of Pop Culture History Podcast

 

JRR Tolkien sat down and wrote a book. A big book. A really big book. And then he wrote another big book and a third big book. These series of books would change the fantasy genre for all time, bringing it to the fore front of pop culture. Today we learn where Tolkien would get his inspiration from, and also how to properly say Tolkien. And not only do we tackle the book, but we also talk about the Peter Jackson film trilogy, and the animated version of The Hobbit.  Explicit Language thanks to Faraz.

Featured Beer: Left Hand Brewing’s Death Before Disco

 

Join Christopher De Voss, JL Tross, Faraz Gafoor, and Nicole Fasone as they talk about beer, movies, games, television, food, sports, and anything else that comes to mind on a Monday at 8pm.

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JL’s Beer Cooler is written and performed by Craymo. Craymo is a musician and Director of Publishing for Moho Productions. He is an LGBT singer/songwriter of alternative electronic pop music. His music has been licensed in several TV shows including The Mysteries of Laura (NBC), Toddlers and Tiaras (TLC) and many indie feature films including The Gay Guy, Culture Shock, Lucky Dog, Gabe The Cupid Dog, Miss Castaway and more.

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Opening Music Curiosity:  RetroFuture Nasty Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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