In “The Good, The Bad And The Queue-Episode 15”, Jay Nichols deals with issues involving online connections, mental and financial stress, terrorism, illegal immigration reform and dealing with an impending Mother’s Day holiday despite the fact that he’s completely cut himself off from his mother based on the previous decades of abuse that he’s suffered from his family. When you mix his viewpoints dealing with this along with the song selection in this episode, he basically makes “primal scream therapy” his bitch. Song list is available on the "Music Diversity Protection Program With Jay Nichols" Facebook page.
In “The Soothing Sounds Of Sodium Thiopental, Pancuronium Bromide & Potassium Chloride (Songs For Floating On An Endless Sea Of Big Azz Titties)-Episode 14”, Jay Nichols pays tribute to the passing of Richie Havens, Storm Thorgerson, Christina Amphlett, Allan Arbus and the victims of the Boston Marathon terrorist bombing. Nichols then decides to create the perfect music soundtrack to listen to as you decide to give yourself a voluntary lethal injection in order to remove yourself from life on Planet Earth. Songlist is posted on the “Music Diversity Protection Program With Jay Nichols” Facebook page.
In “The Passion Of The Jay AKA We Shant Overcome-Episode 13”, Jay Nichols pays musical tribute to the passing’s of Roger Ebert, Harry Reems, Robert Zildjian and producers Andy Johns and Phil Ramone as Nichols deals with the mental exhaustion of school and his new transition from a part-time temp to a full-time temp at his current job along with his solution on how to solve the Van Halen reunion problem and what the music for “Eddie And The Cruisers” and “Deep Throat Pt. 2” have in common. He also addresses the ticket prices for the “50 & Counting” tour for The Rolling Stones. The term “satisfaction” really doesn’t apply to how he feels about it if you get the drift. This show gets really NASTAY!!!!!!!
In “Stole My Song-Volume 1-Episode 12”, Jay Nichols pays tribute to some of his favorite cover songs that he considers just as good as the original versions. He also gives a shout-out to his favorite new podcast show, “The Rialto Report”, as Nichols deals with the pending stress of going full time at a job that’s slowly killing him, his new class that just started, same sex marriage and being an atheist dealing with the Easter weekend. Songlist available on the Facebook page.
In “Live In Exile From A Harvard Illinois Bedroom!!!-Part 2-Episode 11”, Jay Nichols is back to his usual self as he deals with the tragic aftermath of his Algebra 1A final exam and grade (He flunked). He also deals with his recent life changing decision about his future and how it will affect the rest of his life. The show also is a showcase of some more of his favorite live performances that he didn’t include in the previous show. He also shares some of concert-going experiences including the one concert that actually saved his life along with the GG Allin concert experience that nearly killed him. Songlist available on the Facebook page.
In “9 ½ Podcasts-Episode 9 ½”, Jay Nichols pays tribute to the late and great Alvin Lee from “Ten Years After” who had recently passed away this week as he deals with the masochistic nature of a sadistic everyday life. During this, he gives a loving shout-out to some of his favorite podcasters that he feels that you should listen to. Songlist is available on the Facebook page along with a link to the website for The PianoGuys.
“Working Class Hero-Episode 6” is when Jay Nichols finally vents about dealing with turning 45 on the 11th of February along with dealing about his current state of personal economic wealth that he doesn't have and addressing middle-class worker exploitation as a whole in America. Songlist available on the Facebook page.