Get in My Van is a talk show hosted by Kate Walsh and her best friend, comedian Arden Myrin, as they travel the country in their pimped-out RV meeting real people and celebrity friends alike through hilarious reality segments and interviews.
Type: Talk Show
Status: In Development
Runtime: 30 minutes
Get in My Van - Lick My Decals Off, Baby - Netflix
Lick My Decals Off, Baby is the fourth album by Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band, released in 1970 on Frank Zappa's Straight Records label. The follow-up to Trout Mask Replica (1969), it is regarded by some critics and listeners as superior, and was Van Vliet's favorite. Don Van Vliet said that the title is an encouragement to “get rid of the labels”, and to evaluate things according to their merits rather than according to superficial labels (or “decals”).
Get in My Van - Composition - Netflix
Musicians on the album were Don Van Vliet, vocals, harmonica, and woodwinds; Bill Harkleroad, guitar; Mark Boston, bass; Art Tripp, marimba, drums, and percussion; and John French, drums. French had been arranger and musical director on Trout Mask Replica. Van Vliet ejected French from the group—both figuratively and literally, by allegedly throwing him down a flight of stairs—shortly after Trout Mask Replica was completed, and these roles passed to guitarist Bill Harkleroad. French returned to the group shortly before recording began. Most of the songs began as piano improvisations by Van Vliet. He would record extended improvisation sessions on a cassette recorder. Harkleroad then listened to these improvisations, picked out the best parts, and pieced them into compositions. The musical lines on Decals tend to be longer and more intricate than the assemblage of short fragments that characterized much of Trout Mask Replica. The album's liner notes contain two poems or lyrics for songs not present, one untitled and the other “You Should Know by the Kindness of uh Dog the Way uh Human Should Be”.
Get in My Van - References - Netflix