Taking It Down 86: James McMurtry’s New Album and Hulu’s Reservation Dogs

It's Taking It Down, the pop culture podcast from The Alabama Take!

The gang tries to decipher if Rhode Island is a tennis state to begin (1:07) before discussing the usual COVID-19 segment (2:43). After that, it’s a discussion on the latest album from James McMurtry, The Horses and the Hounds (4:26).

After the break, Blaine revokes his fandom of the Dallas Cowboys, which opens the door for other franchises to take their place (15:37). To end the show, they talk about if Reservation Dogs on FX/Hulu is worth the time (18:58).

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