A multi-faceted discourse centred around current affairs and other shit. Includes an exclusive preview of a brand new acoustic 'lockdown' charity-fundraiser version of Mark's WWE smash hit song "Live In Fear" (or Broken Out In Love as it was originally titled.) Stay tuned for more details about that.
More idle chat than you can shake a stick insect at including an in-depth critique of some of that there 'pop music' made by young people. Also includes an exclusive play of Mark's song 'Wayward Soul' featuring the fabulous Ryan Egan on vocals.
It's the Ear Corn Christmas Special with larks-a-plenty and--as it says on the label--plenty of festive swearing to get you in the Holiday Spirit.
Featuring Festive Hits from a parallel universe by The Crozer Brothers.
In today's episode (which due to editing time constraints contains an ENORMOUS amount of swearing) the fellas complain about work and politics.
Featured music as requested by Mr Windwood: Mr Crozer's original demo of Never Slows Down.
The usual mix of jokey self-deprecation and ultra-serious introspection. Topics covered: Self-doubt, Education, Work (or lack of it,) Sleep (or lack of it,) Memory, Music, Script Writing, Financial Assistance for Artists and more and we have music from Australian songstress Lisa Fitzgibbon with her song 'The Maze.'
Today's episode has been thoroughly cleansed of rude words and has been certified Family Friendly.
Today's heavily-redacted episode (our lawyers made us do it) features the usual irreverent dissection of a life in the day of a down-at-heel artist and we have music from Welcome To Peepworld with their wonderful song 'Weight of the World.'
".Entertaininger than a kick in the gusset!" Umberto Trousers, The Blackbird Leys Chronicle
"Too much swearing!" Stephen Coe, Guardian Of The Shire
"...the boozier, ruder, cool-er bastard brother of BBC Radio 4's 'Only Artists.' Tony Spotiswode, Toxteth International Tribune.
This weeks episode ends with a never-before-heard remix of Broken Out In Love created by Oxford musician Phill Honey who was the guitar player with Mark Crozer and The Rels at Wrestlemania 30.
Offensive accents... LOTS of swearing... rambling about Christmas... what we've been up to in the last week... and generally poking the embers of hope that glow in the fire of despondency. Also... MArk's cover of John Lennon's 'Jealous Guy.'
In today's episode Mark and Bruce get worked up into a veritable rage about having to promote themselves on social media.
Also: Axe throwing, script rejection, new music from Mark, and Bruce needs thirty winks.
In this this week's edition of EAR CORN!
Judge On a Winch!
Attack of the Nine Foot Pigeons!
I'm Alec Baldwin!
I Was Kevin Costner's Body!
In Bed with Richard E Grant!
John Noakes, Marty Pellow, George Michael, Dalziel & Pascoe AND MUCH MORE!
Special musical feature: International Jetsetters.
All music in today's episode is (c) Mark Crozer and Bruce Windwood.