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A free-form open roundtable discussion. By approaching the subject of sync through conversations, instead of the more traditional radio format, we hope to encourage insights or 'ahas' to occur more readily, both in ourselves as well as in the listener. Through the casual interactive nature of Always Record, the listener is invited to be a part of the ongoing conversation.







10.25.20 Always Record 230 | The Polar Express w/

Jordan Bartee and Alan Waller



An initially chaotic and gradually self-organizing convo about this movie, which we recommend you watch before listening to us rave madly.

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10.19.20 EPISODE # 229:

Number and Letter

(with Wally and Znore)

Somewhat unrelated, but Znore's got a new book out called "Death Sweat of the Cluster" from Sync Book Press and you should totally get a copy. See purchase link below...

10.14.20 EPISODE # 228:

The Tunnel

(with 42 Minutes Book Club)

Sync Book Radio presents a 42 Minutes/Always Record crossover for the 42 Minutes Summer Book Club. Always Record is the second portion of the conversation, continuing from 42 Minutes episode 351.

10.13.20 EPISODE # 227:

Time Vertigo

(with Jordan Bartee and Alan Waller)

Re-vivify the fantasy world

10.08.20 EPISODE # 226:

Flies like Us

(with David and Alan)

David and Alan on a long-winded old-school ramble session.

08.26.20 EPISODE # 225:

Rome Falls 911 Times an Hour

(with David and Alan)

David and Alan reconnect and cover a lot of ground. There's some serious sync gold in this one if you make it to the end.

08.14.20 EPISODE # 224:

Getting Acquainted

(with Ryan Page)

Alan meets documentarian Ryan Page. In this conversation they get to know each other (by asking each other a bunch of questions) as they both close in on finishing their current projects....

08.09.20 EPISODE # 223:

Revolution Televised

(with Znore)

Znore (Japan) and Alan (Virginia) watch live streams from Portland....Recorded 7/22/2020

06.27.20 EPISODE # 222:

Canceled

(with 42 Minutes Book Club)

Sync Book Radio presents a 42 Minutes/Always Record crossover for the 42 Minutes Spring Book Club (which was canceled). Always Record is the second portion of the conversation, continuing from 42...

06.23.20 EPISODE # 221:

Believe it or Not

(with Wally Scharold)

Wally Scharold and Alan Abbadessa discuss Belief Systems and Operating Systems, later in the call they revisit Wally's baculum material.

06.20.20 EPISODE # 220:

Rainbow Club 3

(with Jordan Bartee and Alan Waller)

A reupload of (the final) discussion we had in March 2019 under our The Rainbow Club podcast.

06.18.20 EPISODE # 219:

Rainbow Club 2

(with Jordan Bartee and Alan Waller)

A reupload of a discussion we had in December 2018 under our The Rainbow Club podcast.

06.16.20 EPISODE # 218:

Rainbow Club 1

(with Jordan Bartee and Alan Waller)

A reupload of a discussion we had in November 2018 under our The Rainbow Club podcast.

06.12.20 EPISODE # 217:

Meat Grinder

(with Jordan Bartee and Alan Waller)

Discussions on systemic suffering and sync's role

06.09.20 EPISODE # 216:

The Many Ways to Draw an Octopus

(with Alan Waller and Alan Abbadessa)

First 20 mins or so spent talking about the news and politics of the moment, then the two Alans jump into their planned conversation about classic video games as a metaphor for reality and perception.

05.31.20 EPISODE # 215:

Burning, Breathing, and Bricks

(with 6 guests)

David Plate, SJ Anderson, Jeremie JJ Draa, Guillaume Samard, Zach Bauer, Alan Abbadessa

05.21.20 EPISODE # 214:

A-Squared

(with Alan Waller and Alan Abbadessa)

A conversation on the importance of being devoured and the need to break free

05.10.20 EPISODE # 213:

Ok BaOmer

(with 7 guests)

Probably the last of the AR quarantine sessions for at least a few weeks. JJ Draa, SJ Anderson, Guillaume, Joe, Alan, Dennis, and we even get Nick Ulbrick in there for a little bit.

05.07.20 EPISODE # 212:

A Little While

(with Znore)

Alan and Znore were set to talk about a project they are working on, but couldn't resit talking about Ezra Pound and such for about an hour first.

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