Ep. 17: “MacArthur Park” by Richard Harris (#2, 1968) feat. Peter Ikrath

Episode 17 February 14, 2021 00:56:00
Ep. 17: “MacArthur Park” by Richard Harris (#2, 1968) feat. Peter Ikrath
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Ep. 17: “MacArthur Park” by Richard Harris (#2, 1968) feat. Peter Ikrath
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Show Notes

On our first Family Night episode, Trevor's actual father joins us to discuss once very famous person Richard Harris, his musical co-conspirator Jimmy Webb, the dueling forces of passion and apathy, and the effect of precipitation on cakes. Oh no! You can watch a special video version of this episode by going to [ohwow.link/video](http://ohwow.link/video)!

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