August 28, 2015

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OBSESSED!: Howard McGillin and the Dynamics of Drood

Seth is back with a brand new episode of OBSESSED! This time his guest is Howard McGillin, the most highly ranked Phantom of them all (just ask Donald Trump, he'll explain how the ranking system works). McGillin chats about the aforementioned Trump and Seth wonders why every piece of music that accompanies McGillin's voice (even if it's spoken word!) needs to be transposed into a higher key. Then "Harold McKellum" (as McGillin is sometimes called) performs from The Mystery of Edwin Drood to show his talent for adding dynamics to songs. Read Seth’s weekly column. Visit SethTV.com, Seth’s online home.








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