Episode 15: I never imagined that we’d get this far in episodes but because i’ve gotten positive feedback, it’s continuing to inspire me. The LPs are numerous and the ideas continue to flow, so hope you’ll give a good listen to this new one, with music from The Band, John Prine, Flash (promised you this one many episodes ago), Dave Mason, Delaney and Bonnie, a great tune from an artist’s first solo LP (actually it was a triple LP set and had Derek and the Dominoes minus Duane on it) and a few besides those. Thanks for listening!
This week, the Bad Piano Player plays a little "Three-Chord Monte" as we assay the late singer songwriter and former Illinois Mailman, John Prine. Sad songs, great lyrics, C's, F's, and a lotta G7ths. Tune in, darlings!
Bret McKenzie talks about his solo album "Songs Without Jokes", his musical contributions to 'The Simpsons' Quillougby/Morrissey episode, discovering the music of John Prine, and his love of Kiwi bands, Supergroove and The Phoenix Foundation.
The Sound of Success with Nic Harcourt
Brett McKenzie is best known as one half of the music and comedy duo 'Flight of the Conchords' and along with his partner in crime Jemaine Clement created the BBC radio series and HBO television series of the same name.On the solo tip Brett has worked extensively as a songwriter in film and television, most notably on the last two Muppets movies, (he won an academy award for best original song for “Man Or Muppet” for the 2011 "The Muppets' movie). He has also written songs for the Simpsons, played a couple of elves in "The Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit" trilogies and as he joins us on the 'Sound Of Success" he's readying his debut solo album "Songs Without Jokes”.
Episode 237: Episode 237: John Prine’s “Sweet Revenge” with Elliah Heifetz
Episode 237: John Prine’s “Sweet Revenge” with Elliah HeifetzThe guys are joined by Elliah Heifetz to discuss John Prine’s third album “Sweet Revenge.” Plenty of other discussion including the new debut album from Elliah Heifetz called "First Generation American.” Plenty of other discussion including fictional conversations with Prine, is it Christmas in Paris or Christmas in Prison, bonanza personnel, a dream Prine/Cohen mashup, veiled lyrics about show promoters or government or the radio industry (or all of them), big grand poetic statements, do we really need a song about a hammer, and a recent lack of unanimous top songs. Check out Elliah at: https://www.elliahheifetz.com/Check out John Prine at: https://www.johnprine.com/Check out other episodes at RecordsRevisitedPodcast.com, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Castbox, iHeartMedia, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Additional content is found at: Facebook.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast or twitter @podcastrecords or IG at instagram.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast/ or join our Patreon at patreon.com/RecordsRevisitedPodcast
A Little Bit of Sickness - John Prine with Eric Harrison
I Love Rock & Roll Podcast
Singer songwriter Eric Harrison stops by to promote his new John Prine inspired "Dear John" EP and share his love of one of the admired songwriters in American history. How did his career as a mailman prepare him for his first album? How did a review in a Chicago newspaper by Roger Ebert change his life? Why wasn't he scared that having stage 4 neck cancer would ruin his singing career? This story is wild! Listen up!
On this week's episode of The Album Atmosphere, we sat down with Corduroy Orbison drummer, Andrew Baum, and our special guest, Evansville Courier & Press journalist, Jon Webb, to discuss one of John Prine's most overlooked albums, "Common Sense".
We're back with Episode 4 of Season 2. This edition features the quirky Karen Black and musical guest John Prine. In this episode: Chevy Chase returns from his "injury," Karen Black talks about mothers throughout history, another Carter / Ford debate, an ad for non-cancer causing cup cakes, the Amish fight injustice, Catherine The Great's true love and we see a reunion of high school contemporaries at a lunch counter. John Prine treats us with "Hello, In There" and "Bottomless Lake." All this and Weekend Update are here in SN Hell. Like, Share, Subscribe and Follow. This Podcast Is Not Suitable for All Listeners. Music Credits: SUNDANCE Track Name: "Perséphone - Retro Funky (SUNDANCE remix)" Music By: SUNDANCE @ https://soundcloud.com/sundancemusic The SUNDANCE Official Website is HERE - http://lefthandmusic.fr/ License for commercial use: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/ A NIGHT ALONE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQKZd...
Encore: Remembering John Prine (with guest Fiona Prine)
Biscuits & Jam
In this week’s episode, Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, talks to philanthropist and member of the National Council of the Arts Fiona Prine about the legacy of her late husband and influential singer/songwriter John Prine. As October 2021 marked what would’ve been his 75th birthday, Fiona discusses John’s love of food (especially meat-and-three’s once he moved to Nashville), how the pair originally connected over their rural upbringings, and John’s deep connection to Muhlenberg County, Kentucky.For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjam Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices