Mark Blevis

In the podcasting community, Mark Blevis needs no introduction. He is co-host of the Canadian Podcast Buffet and Just One More Book!. His other podcasts include Electric Sky , Growing Enthusiasm , The Robert Farrell Podcast and Swimming In Literary Soup. He also maintains the Canadian Podcast Directory and organizes Podcasters Across Borders, along with Bob Goyetche. Mark is also a songwriter and musician, having played in the Robert Farrell Band. He has a sample song available as Mark Harold Band on the Podsafe Music Network.

Our discussion was wide ranging from music, to podcasting and beyond.

Name Dropping: (Links Discussed in this Episode)

Robert Farrell Band
Jowie Taylor and the Six String Nation
Podcasters Across Borders
Derek Miller and the Neurotics
Librivox
Canadian Podcast Buffet
Podcasters Across Borders
Jay Moonah: Online Music Marketing Podcast (Sadly discontinued but still a tremendous resource)
Baba’s Beach
Jonathan Coulton
Matthew Ebel
Uncle Seth

Mix Tapes

Downhill Battle: Home Taping is Killing the Music Industry… and It’s fun!

mechanical royalties

Songs:

Theme Music: For the Sake of the Song (©2003 S. McGaughey)

Freedom for My Soul (© Mark Blevis and Robert Farrell) from the Podsafe Music Network.

Six String Nation(©2007 S. McGaughey)
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Both Mark and I will be at Podcamp Toronto,  a free 2 day conference February 23 and 24, 2008. Check it out at http://podcamptoronto.wordpress.com

Podcamp Toronto February 23-24, 2008

Download a Podcamp Toronto audio promo to use on your podcast here or here.


2 Comments posted on "For the Sake of the Song with Mark Blevis"
I’m on For the Sake of the Song on January 20th, 2008 at 5:22 pm #

[…] an honour to be a guest of Sean McGaughey’s podcast, For the Sake of the Song, this […]


Daniele Rossi on January 21st, 2008 at 11:03 am #

The story about your friend and the mix tape made for you was very touching. I still make mix CDs however, I have to admit, Mark is right. How can you make mix mp3s? Can you even share an iTunes playlist?

I think this is my favourtie episode. Mix tapes and “High Fidelity”. To quote a wise man, “I have found my tribe!” 😉


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