In this “special” episode of the LAMBcast we take note of this new milestone by getting together some of the long time hosts of the show, including the founder of the LAMB Dylan Fields.
The conversation starts out with a discussion of the origination of the Lamb and a little backstage talk about the first Lambcast. Dylan went from primitive recording to polished host. Jay Cluitt started out as a disagreeable guest and morphed into a disagreeable host (just kidding). Robert Zerbe was a longtime cohost of the show and hosted more than a dozen episodes of his own. We may have regressed a little since the structure of the show reflected the B.S. sessions of the early podcast more than a structured show similar to the recent past.
Most of the Lambs who have joined the show in the last thirteen years will have talked with one or more of the guests on this special episode. We don’t scale the heights of the famous 400th Episode podcast, but there is plenty to enjoy. You will learn about Lampardy Cheating Scandals, Live Meet-Ups and long term friendships.
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If you’d ever like to catch up on back episodes, go there. If you’re interested, you too can be a LAMBcaster – we love new blood! For more information on the LAMBcast, check out the topic at the LAMB Forums. Music provided royalty-free by Kevin MacLeod’s Incompetech website. Big thanks to Kevin for providing this service. Closing song by Cake. The LAMBcast loves feedback, too – if you’d like yours read on a future show, leave it in the comments section at the LAMB. Please visit and like our Facebook page, and finally, we’re on iTunes, and would still love a review, even if it’s a bad one. Thanks for listening!