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See Hear 87 - Scott Crawford - Director of "Creem: America's Only Rock 'n' Roll Magazine"

Pantheon - The Music Podcast Network

With the ubiquity of fanzines, blogs and podcasts in the 21st century, anyone can publish their critiques on any form of the arts (including your humble hosts of this very show). For better or worse, we don't have to limit ourselves to the opinions of those who claim to “know better”. There was a time, though, where we'd have to rely on information and analysis about music from the writers at publications like NME, RAM, Juke, Rolling Stone or any number of music magazines.Welcome to episode 87 of See Hear Podcast.In 1969 in that most rock and roll of cities Detroit, publisher Barry Kramer and founding editor Tony Reay created Creem magazine. Unlike, the recently founded Rolling Stone which portrayed rock music as a serious artform, Creem was taking the piss out of popular culture – very much in line with counter culture values. It featured writers who would be gain fame and infamy like Lester Bangs, Dave Marsh, Cameron Crowe, Robert Christgau and Greil Marcus among many others who obviously loved the music being created but without being held hostage to its creators. The writers showed no fear no favour in how they wrote about bands. MC5 and Rolling Stones, “Exile On Main Street” received less than favourable reviews to start with, something that seems unfathomable now.We're proud to welcome to the show, documentarian Scott Crawford to discuss his latest film, “Creem: America's Only Rock and Roll Magazine”. He had access to many of the surviving key players from the magazine's 20 year run and has come up with a fascinating look at how Creem was different from its competitors and why it was so beloved of many musicians. There's a gem of a story involving Lester Bangs, Dave Marsh, a typewriter and a dog. Wanna know more? Tune in.Our huge thanks to Scott for being such a great conversationalist and for allowing us to spend time with him to talk about a truly interesting part of rock history. We at See Hear highly recommend you watch this film....here's a number of ways you can stream it. (Depending on where you are, you may need a VPN). https://www.creemmovie.com/watch-at-home/Scott also has a great podcast called Spoke which you can check out here: https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/spoke-scott-crawford-0zTir9pbt-A/If you’ve been enjoying the show, please consider giving us a favourable review on iTunes and let your friends know that our show exists. If you don't enjoy the show, please tell your friends to tune in anyway.See Hear is proudly part of the Pantheon Network of music podcasts. Check out all the other wonderful shows at http://pantheonpodcasts.com. The list of new shows is always increasing.Send us feedback via email at seehearpodcast@gmail.comJoin the Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/seehearpodcastCheck out the Instagram page at www.instagram.com/seehearpodcast/?hl=enYou can download the show by searching for See Hear on whatever podcast app you favour. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

57mins

20 Jul 2021

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See Hear Podcast Episode 87 - Interview with Scott Crawford, director of "Creem: America's Only Rock 'n' Roll Magazine"

See Hear

With the ubiquity of fanzines, blogs and podcasts in the 21st century, anyone can publish their critiques on any form of the arts (including your humble hosts of this very show). For better or worse, we don't have to limit ourselves to the opinions of those who claim to “know better”. There was a time, though, where we'd have to rely on information and analysis about music from the writers at publications like NME, RAM, Juke, Rolling Stone or any number of music magazines.Welcome to episode 87 of See Hear Podcast.In 1969 in that most rock and roll of cities Detroit, publisher Barry Kramer and founding editor Tony Reay created Creem magazine. Unlike, the recently founded Rolling Stone which portrayed rock music as a serious artform, Creem was taking the piss out of popular culture – very much in line with counter culture values. It featured writers who would be gain fame and infamy like Lester Bangs, Dave Marsh, Cameron Crowe, Robert Christgau and Greil Marcus among many others who obviously loved the music being created but without being held hostage to its creators. The writers showed no fear no favour in how they wrote about bands. MC5 and Rolling Stones, “Exile On Main Street” received less than favourable reviews to start with, something that seems unfathomable now.We're proud to welcome to the show, documentarian Scott Crawford to discuss his latest film, “Creem: America's Only Rock and Roll Magazine”. He had access to many of the surviving key players from the magazine's 20 year run and has come up with a fascinating look at how Creem was different from its competitors and why it was so beloved of many musicians. There's a gem of a story involving Lester Bangs, Dave Marsh, a typewriter and a dog. Wanna know more? Tune in.Our huge thanks to Scott for being such a great conversationalist and for allowing us to spend time with him to talk about a truly interesting part of rock history. We at See Hear highly recommend you watch this film....here's a number of ways you can stream it. (Depending on where you are, you may need a VPN). https://www.creemmovie.com/watch-at-home/Scott also has a great podcast called Spoke which you can check out here: https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/spoke-scott-crawford-0zTir9pbt-A/If you’ve been enjoying the show, please consider giving us a favourable review on iTunes and let your friends know that our show exists. If you don't enjoy the show, please tell your friends to tune in anyway.See Hear is proudly part of the Pantheon Network of music podcasts. Check out all the other wonderful shows at http://pantheonpodcasts.com. The list of new shows is always increasing.Send us feedback via email at seehearpodcast@gmail.comJoin the Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/seehearpodcastCheck out the Instagram page at www.instagram.com/seehearpodcast/?hl=enYou can download the show by searching for See Hear on whatever podcast app you favour. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

56mins

19 Jul 2021

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17 - Scott Crawford

Death Valley Girls Podcast

This week’s hero is Scott Crawford! Scott is a super prolific music scene documentarian and has recently made the films Salad Dats and Creem (America’s only Rock and Roll Magazine) a documentary about our most favorite music magazine in the universe! Here we talk about what it’s like to be shy but able to overcome it through the power of love of music!! Please welcome to your head and heart Scott Crawford!! Full video and more at patreon.com/deathvalleygirls! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 3mins

9 Jul 2021

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#16 – Scott Crawford - Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame

Jays From Home

Episode Notes Steve is back, and Scott Crawford, Director of Operations for the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame joins us to talk about the Hall of Fame (located in St. Mary's, Ontario) and gives his Home Run / Walk / Strikeout for Blue Jays baseball. Matt & Steve also recount what was a great weekend for the Blue Jays but maybe not a great week overall. Plus, the final (really) Brita Filter update.

1hr 17mins

14 Jun 2021

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SEASON 01, EPISODE 02 – Scott Crawford – Salad Days : The Story of DC Punk, Cream – America's Only Rock Magazine

Reel Life with Dan Napoli

Imagine making a documentary featuring one of the most influential music scenes of the late 20th century. Now imagine doing it TWICE. Dan is joined by Washington, DC –based filmmaker Scott Crawford. Scott landed on everyone’s radar back in 2014 with his seminal film Salad Days: The Story of DC Punk, documentary the Washington, DC punk music scene of the 1980s and 1990s that birthed bands like Minor Threat, Fugazi, and the Straight Edge movement Scott’s back in at it again with his newest film – Cream: America’s Only Rock Magazine. The film was released digitally in the Fall of 2020. Scott visits with Dan on the heels being discussed amongst potential 2021 Oscar nominees. A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.

51mins

5 Apr 2021

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Episode 29- Scott Crawford

The Walk-Off Homers Podcast

The guys are joined by SCOTT CRAWFORD, the Director of the CANADIAN BASEBALL HALL OF FAME who chats about some of the most memorable moments in Canadian Baseball history, and which “Holy Grail” artifact he’d love to display in the Hall.The guys also discuss bad officiating in the NCAA, the NFL’s expanded season, and which jersey numbers should be considered untouchable.They also debate whether somethings are worth the hype in OVER/UNDER 

1hr 40mins

1 Apr 2021

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Episode 24: Scott Crawford (filmmaker, Salad Days, Boy Howdy, Something Better Change)

TraegerMethod Podcast

Episode 24 is an interview with filmmaker Scott Crawford, director of DC punk documentary Salad Days and Boy Howdy: The Story of Creem Magazine. The conversation starts with Scott’s punk rock biography beginning with his stint as a post-pubescent zine maker in the DC scene of the early 80’s and moves through to his forthcoming project; a documentary film about Canadian punk pioneers DOA and frontman Joey “Shithead” Keithley’s current political career in the band’s hometown of Burnaby B.C. Jason shares some of his own experiences with DOA and the two reflect on the tremendous influence the band and its leader have had on independent music and culture over the past 4 decades. Thank you for listening! Scott Crawford on instagram @saladdazed @somethingbetterchange_doc Music:  D.O.A "D.O.A" United Mutation "Sensation Fix" from the Alive and Kicking compilation made by Scott Crawford in 1985. Jason Traeger "Neutralize Existence" TM theme by Jason--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jason-traeger/support

1hr 3mins

30 Mar 2021

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Scott Crawford (director of Salad Days and Creem: America's Only Rock & Roll Magazine)

Art•I•Fact

We're joined by the founder of Harp magazine and director, Scott Crawford (Salad Days,  Creem: America's Only Rock & Roll Magazine). Crucial matters discussed: the brilliance of the Bad Brains; growing up in the Washington, D.C. punk and hardcore scene; talking or not talking to Ted Nugent about Creem magazine; his time in the publishing big leagues at Harp magazine; an alternate universe where Fugazi signs with a major label; and much more. 

49mins

8 Mar 2021

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Scott Crawford of Salad Days and Something Better Change

Let's Chat! with Chris Revill

Scott Crawford has spent much of his devoted to documenting independent culture as an author, and filmmaker. Scott has made two documentary films Salad Days and Creem: Americas only rock and roll magazine. Join Scott and guest co-ghost Shaun Colon (A Fat Wreck) as we chat about Scotts latest doc Something Better Change which follows D.O.A frontman Joe Keithley's shocking political victory. 

56mins

15 Feb 2021

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The Hard Times Podcast w/ Scott Crawford (Something Better Change)

The Hard Times Podcast

On today’s episode of The Hard Times Podcast, Scott Crawford returns to talk blowing up porno stores, punks running for office and his new documentary! You can check out the kickstarter for Scott’s new documentary “Something Better Change” right here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/cra/something-better-change?ref=user_menu

1hr 31mins

28 Jan 2021

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