Bon Iver 'Self-Titled' vs. Dijon 'Absolutely' w/ Lachlan Rose (Cousin Tony's Brand New Firebird)
EP120 is here, it drops on Halloween but these albums aren't too spooky. Did we miss an opportunity to do Spooky Rock? We don't think so because we have the frontman of Melbourne band Cousin Tony's Brand New Firebird on the show today. Lachlan Rose is on to chat two records with more similarities than differences in Bon Iver's self-titled release and 'Absolutely' by Dijon! Lachlan is one of the most articulate guest's we have on which is brilliant because we struggle to string a sentence together. Enjoy!(0:00) - Intro(7:39) - Chat with Lachlan(16:33) - The Facts(20:02) - The Elements(37:55) - Segments(59:46) - RatingsFollow Record Royale on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/recordroyale/Listen to Cousin Tony's Brand New Firebird here: https://spoti.fi/3fdQwC4Follow them on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3Da5AZjFollow us on the socials:Will St Claire - https://www.instagram.com/willstclaire/Brad Mclean- https://www.instagram.com/bradbradnotgood_/Adam Lindsay - https://www.instagram.com/adamlindsay__/https://www.recordroyale.com.au/
Chris Kelly (Kelly&Kelly) joins us to discuss the first two Bon Iver records, exceptional tasty treats, and secrets hidden in the songs. Put on your parka and join us in the cathedral of Justin Vernon's mind. Find out what "Holocene" means! Links:Kelly & Kelly website
Broken Record with Rick Rubin, Malcolm Gladwell, Bruce Headlam and Justin Richmond
Today we are re-visiting one of our favorite episodes from 2019 featuring Rick Rubin in conversation with Justin Vernon and his engineer Chris Messina. In 2006 Justin Vernon started Bon Iver as a solo project after the end of a romantic relationship and the break up of his college band. Justin recorded Bon Iver's first album, For Emma, Forever Ago, alone over three months in his dad’s hunting cabin deep in the woods of Western Wisconsin. His setup consisted of a small recording rig and a couple guitars. In the years since, Justin Vernon’s music has evolved dramatically. For one, Bon Iver is no longer a solo project—it’s still centered around Justin, but it now includes a bunch of musicians and collaborators including his engineer, Chris Messina. On today's episode, Justin talks about how allowing himself to be bored without any guilt, led to him creating his now classic debut. He also talks about how the harshness of the Wisconsin winters along with the absence of any big city thrills first influenced his sound. And, Justin explains his unwavering love for his favorite song of all time “Fugitive,” by The Indigo Girls. Listen to a playlist of some of our favorite Bon Iver songs HERE.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
My guest this week is Sean Carey [48:31], drummer and keyboard player for the indie folk band Bon Iver, who also records solo work as S Carey. Sean has been fly fishing for many years, beginning when he was in high school, and we spend a lot of time discussing the concept of “growing where you were planted” or learning the pleasures of discovering fly fishing close to home. And of course we talk about how fly fishing has influenced his song writing, and also what the theoretical difference might be in the way a classically trained musician approaches fly fishing as opposed to the way a jazz musician might. At the end of the podcast is a special treat—a recording of his song “Yellowstone” (but no it’s not a fishing song even though we all associate that area with fishing). In the Fly Box this week, we have a bunch of thought-provoking questions from listeners, including: If I can see a fish in the water, does that mean it can see me? Or does a trout’s “window” work in reverse? What do you think of tying the dropper onto the eye of the dry fly instead of the bend when using a dry-dropper rig? Are those rock dams that people make in streams bad for trout? What is your opinion of Jack’s Knot? Will Tenkara fishing work on small, clear spring creeks? W hy does the Crackleback fly work? If I have a bunch of old reels with lines on them, can a fly shop tell me what size they are? What kind of additional flies and gear do I need when moving form smallmouth bass fishing to tailwater trout fishing? What do you do for protection in bear and cougar country? What is your preferred method for fishing a nymph under an indicator? I got an H3 rod as a gift and I don’t feel I am good enough to use it yet. What do you think about this? Shawn Brillon gives me the answers on four questions about bamboo rods as a follow-up to his recent podcast Would my 10-foot 7-weight rod be OK for bonefishing in the Turks and Caicos? Bass keep throwing my heavy cone-head streamers when they jump. Would keeping tension on them when they jump prevent this? How do you know what rod size to use? How do you know what tippet size to use?
Phil Cook’s Spiritual Helpline (From Bon Iver, Hiss Golden Messenger, & Megafaun to Gospel Glory)
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After being affiliated with Bon Iver, Hiss Golden Messenger, and Megafaun – and releasing a series of his own acclaimed solo projects, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer Phil Cook surprised many with the launch of his new roots gospel label, Spiritual Helpline, and producing a rousing new live roots Gospel album by North Carolina local legends, The Branchettes. Though the group was formed over a half-century ago, they never recorded a live album until now. The soul-stirring experience was captured in the documentary film, Stay Prayed Up, which is currently available on demand and is screening at film festivals around the country. Cook – who is forty years younger than the last surviving original member of the group – now says the only records he will buy are Gospel records. He has found his purpose. We'll hear all about Phil Cook's amazing musical journey – from his youth in northern Wisconsin to his migration to North Carolina with his creative community – to pursuing his love of Gospel up close and personal. What started with a keyboard session for The Blind Boys of Alabama has commandeered his whole creative path and he could not be more thrilled. When we crank up the Jukebox, we will dive deeper into Mother Perry's story from the film and will listen more closely to the live album she made with Cook and his insanely good band. Full Show Notes, Music List, and a special Phil Cook and Friends Playlist are available HERE or at TrueTunes.com/StayPrayedUp. If you would like to support the show, please consider joining our Patreon community or dropping us a one-time tip and check out our NEW MERCH! (And if you liked this episode, don't miss our previous Gospel explorations. Myron Butler discussed the legacy of Andrae Crouch with us (and we featured Aretha's "Amazing Grace" on the Jukebox) and DOE Jones joined us to talk about her long-anticipating contemporary Gospel debut - plus Aaron "A-Train" Smith join us to talk about Stevie Wonder in the 70s.)
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Dire Straits 'Self-Titled' vs. Bon Iver '22, A Million' w/ Jimmy Vann (The Vanns)
Jimmy Vann is the singer and guitarist of one of Australia's hardest working and consistent band, The Vanns, and he's on the show for a crazy match up! We're talking the beautiful guitar licks of Dire Straits' 1979 self-titled debut against the experimental and dreamy Bon Iver and their third-studio album '22, A Million'. Two very different albums by two very popular bands. Enjoy!(0:00) - Intro (7:24) - Chat with Jimmy(15:37) - The Deets(18:57) - The Elements(33:23) - Segments(53:49) - Ratings Follow Record Royale on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/recordroyale/Listen to The Vanns here: https://spoti.fi/3PiNnxEFollow them on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3uQ46QwFollow us on the socials:Will St Claire - https://www.instagram.com/willstclaire/Brad Mclean- https://www.instagram.com/bradbradnotgood_/Adam Lindsay - https://www.instagram.com/adamlindsay__/https://www.recordroyale.com.au/
Best New Pod: 2011 Part 2 – “The White Man Bon Iver” (ft. CJ Simonson & Luke Phillips)
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We’re thrilled to welcome Cody Matthew Johnson, known for his music and sound work on games like Trek to Yomi, Devil May Cry 5, Guardians of the Galaxy, Resident Evil 2 Remake, and many more, to compare and contrast Bon Iver with Iron Maiden! Dare you to find another show that brings together two things THAT different. We talk with Cody about how Bon Iver’s approach to music didn’t change for “22, A Million,” even if the sound did; Iron Maiden’s groundbreaking meld of catchy rock and metal riffs; trying to learn Yes and Iron Maiden bass lines when you’re in third grade; and much more! Follow Cody on Twitter: https://twitter.com/codymatthewj Check out Cody’s company, Emperia Sound & Music: https://www.emperiasound.com/ Find Cody’s work on his website: https://www.codymatthewjohnson.com/ We’d also love it if you’d rate and review the show on iTunes, ‘cause it means more people can find the show and love it, too! You can find Matt and Jason on Twitter at https://twitter.com/MattHelgeson and https://twitter.com/nintendufus respectively and in the #music channel of the MinnMax Discord server. Our theme song is “The Lights” by Maps Of Norway from their 2008 record, Die Off Songbird: https://open.spotify.com/album/7tNrjnRB1f1oQizkkAePrI Support MinnMax on Patreon and get access to tons of great, exclusive content: https://www.patreon.com/minnmax/ Listen to the CrossFade Community Playlist, a growing Spotify playlist of our community’s favorite music: https://spoti.fi/3aRRgox Timestamps 0:00 - Iron Maiden & Bon Iver with Cody Matthew Johnson 5:39 - Bon Iver’s “22, A Million” 7:16 - 22 (OVER S∞∞N) 11:08 - 10 d E A T h b R E a s T ⚄ ⚄ 17:04 - 715 - CRΣΣKS 20:53 - 8 (circle) 23:44 - 00000 Million 28:21 - Iron Maiden - “Number of the Beast” 29:14 - Invaders 32:51 - Children of the Damned 36:35 - Run to the Hills 42:17 - The Prisoner 46:40 - The Number of the Beast