FOF #1359 – Tom Goss Turns it Around

Apr 11, 2011 · 44230 views

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The wait is over, Tom Goss‘ new album “Turn it Around” hits iTunes tomorrow, but before that happens, we’ve got Tom in the home studio to play a live music session of some of his favorite songs from his new album.

Stick around for “Turn it Around,” you don’t want to miss this speical show.


  1. RcktMan says:

    I was at Tom’s show in Kenosha this weekend, and purchased the new CD. You must, must, MUST get it! It’s a wonderful album with some of his best songs yet.

    I’m so grateful to Fausto and Marc for introducing me to Tom’s music and to Tom himself… and I’m proud to say that I can call him a friend today.

    Thanks for a great show, guys.

  2. Cesar says:

    ugh i dont like musical pods.. 🙁

  3. David says:

    Thanks guys so much for doing the interview with Tom. I was at his show in Toledo, and he is totally awesome!!!! His music is absolutely amazing!!!! His new album is so awesome!!!! I highly recommend purchasing it.

  4. Dag says:

    I think Tom Goss is way cute! …and love his songs!! great show – huggz

  5. 300fromRyan says:

    Loving the new thumbnail background designs.

  6. Polo Drew says:

    Great show Fausto & Marc. I love chocolate and peanut butter together too, especially in Ice Creme 🙂

    Tom’s new album is terrific. It’s fun to hear the evolution of Tom’s music from the early days.

    You guys always seem to have fun with Tom on the show. Fausto, the way you tease Tom, it’s almost like he’s your younger brother. It’s fun to listen to.

    Thanks for the shout out too.


  7. Polo Drew says:

    On the U.S. Debt Ceiling topic.

    This is not really a new issue (sorry Marc). The US Government, like any institution or company, has a cap (set in law) on how much debt they authorize the government to take on. For the US Government, Congress sets the debt limit as part of their authority on taxing and spending (the power of the purse). The Treasury department (like most corporate treasury’s) then buys and sells debt within that limit. For the US, this structure actually goes back to 1917.

    Since we generally run deficits (well at least since Bush took over), every so often the Congress has to authorize a new Debt Ceiling — raising the credit limit of the country. They’ve done this a number of times.

    What is different this time is that the Frigging Tea Party Republicans see this as another way to force cuts in social programs. So they are playing games by saying they wont authorize a raise in the debt ceiling unless Obama agrees to make social program cuts. They are playing with fire here. If they fail to act, the financial markets will likely panic. And other countries wont view this as a good thing if we suddenly stop paying our bills (remember that we are taking in less money than we pay out, so even keeping up with the interest on the debt requires new debt unless we stop other programs).

    I’ve pasted a few links to some articles if you’re interested in more. But the short of it is that the Republicans are playing politics in an attempt to force cuts in social programs. And, of course, they say taxing the rich and corporations is off the table. How they get away with this is amazing. Not sure why 1/2 the country votes for this crap when it only helps the top 2%.


  8. Polo Drew says:

    I can’t remember Marc. I seem to recall that it used to be referred to as the debt limit. But what’s really different is the Republicans acting as if this is something terrible that we’ve never done before. They know better. And it’s especially ironic given that much of the new debt is due to the tax breaks for the rich which they pushed through.

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