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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for John Bonham. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about John Bonham, often where they are interviewed.

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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for John Bonham. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about John Bonham, often where they are interviewed.

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Rock and Roll Heaven: Tj's Birthday Durmmers- John Bonham

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"It will go over like a Led Zepplin..." This is just one part of one of the greatest legacies in modern music. And at it's center, we had John Bonham. TJ II spins an unforgettable account of Bonham's life, music, and of course, untimely shuffle off this mortal coil.

Join us as we celebrate one of the greatest drummers to ever hold a beat. That drummer was John Bonham.



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Celebrate the history of music with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2020 Inductions, honoring Depeche Mode, The Doobie Brothers, Whitney Houston, Nine Inch Nails, The Notorious B.I.G., and T. Rex. Streaming November 7 on HBOMAX.

Head to www.pantheonpodcasts.com/survey fill out a very brief survey to be entered to win one of the collectible Rock N Roll Hall of Fame 2020 Posters, as well as the new Doobie Brothers Live Blu-ray set. www.pantheonpodcasts.com/survey

Nov 05 2020 · 2hr 7mins
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Tj's Birthday Durmmers: John Bonham

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"It will go over like a Led Zepplin..." This is just one part of one of the greatest legacies in modern music. And at it's center, we had John Bonham. TJ II spins an unforgettable account of Bonham's life, music, and of course, untimely shuffle off this mortal coil.

Join us as we celebrate one of the greatest drummers to ever hold a beat. That drummer was John Bonham.



Our social stuff:

Patreon.com/rockandrollheaven

Twitter: @rockandrolllt

Instagram: Rockandrollheavenlt

Facebook: Rock and Roll Heaven Pod

Our website: https://rockandrollheavenl.wixsite.com/mysite

Email us! rockandrollheavenlt@gmail.com


Celebrate the history of music with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2020 Inductions, honoring Depeche Mode, The Doobie Brothers, Whitney Houston, Nine Inch Nails, The Notorious B.I.G., and T. Rex. Streaming November 7 on HBOMAX.

Head to www.pantheonpodcasts.com/survey fill out a very brief survey to be entered to win one of the collectible Rock N Roll Hall of Fame 2020 Posters, as well as the new Doobie Brothers Live Blu-ray set. www.pantheonpodcasts.com/survey

Nov 04 2020 · 2hr 8mins

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Episode 7: The Death of Led Zeppelin Drummer John Bonham. 40 Year Anniversary.

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In tonight’s episode, we discuss the death of legendary Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham who died 40 years ago today. We then travel to Clewer, U.K. to show you the former home of Jimmy Page, where John Bonham spent his final moments alive. www.85Grave.com

Sep 26 2020 · 43mins
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What If - John Bonham

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We have been meeting with Pete Pardo live on his platform. He is a regular guest on our podcast and mastermind of Sea of Tranquility and, in our regular fashion, we want to share those discussions with you! 

If you have a suggestion, email us at musicmusingfeedback@gmail.com and we can work it into the mix!

You can find Pete's regular output at the Sea of Tranquility web site or check out his YouTube Channel

Jul 26 2019 · 29mins
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S1 Ep 5: Tommy Lee sends a message to John Bonham beyond the grave and discusses his accordion playing

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Anthony sits down with his dear friend, iconic hard rock drummer Tommy Lee, to discuss Led Zeppelin's Physical Graffiti, how John Bonham changed his life and playing "Smoke on the Water" on accordion. They sample two wines, a 2017 La Dame Rousee by Domaine de la Mordoree and 2015 Vino Di Sasso Robola de Celaphonie while reminiscing on the year they spent living together while writing Lee's New York Times Bestselling autobiography, Tommyland.

Wine expert Kyle Meyer would rather listen to Led Zeppelin IV. 

Mar 15 2019 · 1hr
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Episode 25: John Bonham's radioactive bananas - Smallwood, McLane, et al.

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Assistant Professor at University Of Tennessee Heather Smallwood and Comedian Josh McLane discuss how influenza affects cell metabolism, the publish or perish debate, and the fastest red card in a small English town.

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Jul 09 2018 ·
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Episode 8 - John Bonham of Metal

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In this episode of Somewhere in Time Podcast, Eric, Tim, and Joe are joined by fellow Pantera and HellYeah fan, Tom Hunt to discuss the life of one of the greatest metal drummers, Vinnie Paul Abbott. Pantera was a huge influence to thousands of musicians and artists, and definitely to everyone on Somewhere in Time Podcast. R.I.P. Vinnie. You'll truly be missed. 

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Jun 29 2018 · 1hr 31mins
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Dead Rock Stars 4: John Bonham (Led Zeppelin)

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In the latest thrilling instalment of Dead Rock Stars, legendary rock journalists Mick Wall and Joel McIver take an enthusiastic and enthralling look into the good times bad times of Led Zeppelin powerhouse drummer, John Bonham. Bonzo is widely considered the greatest rock drummer to ever wield two (sometimes four) sticks, has been endlessly sampled and would also prove irreplaceable; when he died so too did Led Zep.

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Jun 08 2018 · 39mins
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Episode 44: Fairy Dust Watches and John Bonham

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Our editorial table discusses Kayla Carcone’s “Benediction for: the boy who’d know it was his,” and “Foresight.” We began, of course, by letting listeners know that our new co-op Joseph is a Gemini. Tim Fitts reminded us that he’s just published a new book through Xavier Review, titled Go Home and Cry For Yourselves.

On this week’s episode of Slush Pile, our editorial table discusses Kayla Carcone’s “Benediction for: the boy who’d know it was his,” and “Foresight.” We began, of course, by letting listeners know that our new co-op Joseph is a Gemini. Tim Fitts reminded us that he’s just published a new book through Xavier Review, titled Go Home and Cry For YourselvesKathy, having just returned from a trip to Abu Dhabi where she met with Samantha and Marion, talked about time as a meaningless idea as she went to teach classes as soon as she got back. The experience made her think of Artemesian fairy dust watches, made with shattered mirrors and vintage frames.

Kayla Carcone

Kayla Carcone is trying to practice humility. She is also trying to rewatch every episode of Dawson’s Creek with a critical eye and eat less cheese. None of these things are panning out. She often thinks about the complexity/simplicity/overall weirdness of gratitude & how she feels it for every poet & essayist who has managed to keep her writing & alive. Sometimes, she tweets.

We started with Carcone’s “Benediction for: the boy who’d know it was his,” and whether you read in, listen in, or both, you’ll know that this is a loaded, arm-hair kind of poem. We had to read it a second time! This brought Kathy and Marion back to their time in Abu Dhabi, reviewing this poem with a class of Marion’s, and even bringing Kathy to tears.

“Foresight,” was a slow-you-down, snap-inducing poem! Another loaded, dense, and intense work, our talks of tempo got us talking about John Bonham’s aesthetic and style as Led Zepplin’s drummer (naturally). “The world is full of pixie fairy dust, that’s for sure.” -Marion Wrenn

Present at the Editorial Table:

Kathleen Volk Miller

Tim Fitts

Marion Wrenn

Samantha Neugebauer

Joseph Kindt

Production Engineers:

Joe Zang

Matt Propp

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Kayla Carcone

Benediction for: the boy who’d know it was his

Happy birthday to us, from me: this is not a gift

I will remember you every August twenty-first

for every August twenty-first I get to see.

I will remember you every time there is  

Providence, every time there is consequence,

every time I am dizzied by a cigarette breeze

blown, a spinning tornado of someone who is not you—

I will hear your tap tap tap knuckle kiss shock

the coffee shop window—watch your metamorphosis

from October boy mystery to November boy slick to  

December boy sick every time I choke on  

the letters of your name, the letters that string together

November sixteenth: reminders that you were never

here but aren’t gone, hear your tap tap tap knuckle kismet

in my head at night when there are other boys

who like you, won’t remember me, after. But somehow

every time, I will confuse confession for repentance.

I will confuse indifference for misplacement.

I will confuse myself, think I cannot hear you.

I will remember you every time death is a dial tone,  

wonder if you made it to twenty or if I’d even find out if you didn’t.

I will blame myself for failing to save

this, the blind sin of unholy devotion,  

an Indian summer on Mount Sinai,

every time, there is consequence.

With our names both sewn into the same calendar box,

let there be light for candles and cigarettes—

your smoke, a ghost, something like a Pentecost.

I will remember you every time  

I blow out candles, every August twenty-first

for every August twenty-first I get to see, we share,  

and I am one trip around the sun behind you, but

I will wonder if you even celebrate your birthday

when all you ever talk about is dying. Make a wish, I cannot hear you.

 

Kayla Carcone

Foresight  

in the morning, when I am still

pulsing in shades of fever dream,

seeing the day burn to color

by cracked kitchen light—

I will wonder what your face

must look like sleeping, staying.

how quickly you would tire of  

the sick girl, spinning plates and  

spitting crazy across the coffees.  

how quickly the jewelry box  

sprung open: you watch the ballerina  

bleed out from her knees & you learn

you never really knew her, at all.

how quickly you would slip out

of the theater, gripping the untossed

rose stem, spilling red to your elbow.

how it is not the same. how you’d splash  

all over the car seat, scream it her fault for

crying at your absence at curtain call,

for tapping at the window, for smoothing

out the rose petals on the drive home—

tell me again how this was not what you

signed up for. slam the box shut, throw

her into the attic and run for the getaway car.

your hands hide their wispy scars well. I was  

never here. I will never come back, will brush my teeth  

with honey, call out sick & fade—  

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Nov 02 2017 · 41mins