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Patty Griffin

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Patty Griffin - Flaming Red

Album 4 the Day

Album 4 the Day - September 24, 2021 - Forces of Nature Patty Griffin - Flaming Red--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/album4theday/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/album4theday/support

5mins

24 Sep 2021

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Patty Griffin, Toad The Wet Sprocket, Parker Millsap, and The Head & The Heart

NPR's Mountain Stage

Recorded in 2014, this episode features Patty Griffin, Toad The Wet Sprocket, Parker Millsap, and The Head & The Heart. Podcast support provided by Digital Relativity. https://bit.ly/3jc4HVW

18 Aug 2021

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Plumluvfoods Ep 318 Medium Rare with Patty Griffin plus you vs. Jeff Bezos

Plumluvfoods

On this episode we talk about Jeff Bezos in space, and react to your opinions of it from IG plus medium Patty Griffin returns and talks doing live shows again and makes the boys a little uncomfortable.

1hr 21mins

23 Jul 2021

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344. Jillette Johnson on Patty Griffin 'Flaming Red' (1998)

My Favorite Album with Jeremy Dylan

Today New York bred Nashville based singer-songwriter Jillette Johnson joins me on the eve of her new album release, to discuss Patty Griffin’s game-changing genre-defying second album Flaming Red. Like Bob Dylan, Patty shocked a lot of people when she ‘went electric’ on this record, and we get into why this album was different to her folky debut, the reactions upon its release, why it’s impossible to put Patty in a genre box, how Jillette has been inspired to expand and evolve her sound on her new record and more. We dig into seminal songs like ‘One Big Love’, ‘Tony’ and more, the different lyrical modes Patty deploys across the record, and the contributions from producer Jay Joyce and the other stellar musicians who played on the record.

40mins

28 Jan 2021

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Episode 134: Patty Griffin’s “1000 Kisses” with Stephanie Lambring

Records Revisited

The guys welcome musician Stephanie Lambring to talk about Patty Griffin’s “1000 Kisses.” Plenty of other discussion including Ken Yates, junior high kids are not cool, Bruce Springsteen, is this the 3rd or 4th Patty record, the Elizabethtown soundtrack, canciones, and does Stephanie write any happy songs?Check out Stephanie Lambring at: https://www.stephanielambring.com/Check out Patty Griffin at: https://www.pattygriffin.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/

1hr 27mins

1 Oct 2020

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Patty Griffin / John Smith / Award: Jordan Kassalow (VisionSpring)

eTown

Veteran singer-songwriter Patty Griffin returns to the eTown stage after a long absence. Also with us, talented British songwriter and performer John Smith. Plus, we’ll hear a truly awesome eChievement Award story about the founder of an organization that each year provides the gift of sight to thousands of people around the world who’ve been misdiagnosed as blind, with something most of us here in the US take for granted: eyeglasses. watch videos at: eTown.org

59mins

30 Sep 2020

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Plumluvfoods SE 10 Ep 16 Patty Griffin

Plumluvfoods

Whats it like to come back to doing live events? We find out with friend of the show and pyschic medium Patti Griffin

1hr 5mins

28 Aug 2020

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Episode 197: Patty Griffin, "Making Pies"

Mark And Sarah Talk About Songs

Look, we're not saying that Patty Griffin makes the perfect music for your tailgating party, but we ARE saying that her song "Making Pies" epitomizes her gift for condensing an entire life into four minutes. Come cry with us, sigh with us, and talk about potato salad that makes you die with us.Our intro is by Andrew Byrne, and our outro is by Sam Cooke. Want to leave us a voicemail? Just call 646-389-0767! You can email us at talkaboutsongs@gmail.com, tweet us at @talksongs, or Facebook us at facebook.com/mastas.podcast. To get access to bonus content (and vote in ranking episodes), become a patron at patreon.com/mastas.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

35mins

27 Jul 2020

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Episode 107: K.C. Clifford discusses Patty Griffin’s “Living With Ghosts”

Records Revisited

Ben and guest co-host Jon Porobil (of the Play Disc Podcast) are joined by K.C. Clifford to talk about the Patty Griffin debut record “Living with Ghosts” from 1996. Plenty of other discussion including raising kids and maintaining creativity, #JonsTwitterListeningParty, Billy Joel, bookcases with records, how do you top meeting Joan Jett as a 9 year-old, who is Ophelia, and the genius of Patty Griffin.Check out K.C. Clifford at: kcclifford.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/

1hr 31mins

1 Jun 2020

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Hallways Episode 002 - Patty Griffin

Above The Basement - Boston Music and Conversation

You’ve hopefully heard us talk about a new project we have in partnership with the Folk Americana Roots Hall of Fame – a podcast called Hallways.  If you haven’t been to the FARHOF, you should check it out. You can visit FolkAmericanaRootsHallofFame.org for information, but basically The Hall is housed in the Wang Theatre in Boston and it celebrates the history of Folk, Americana and Roots music through displays, memorabilia, artifacts, multi-media, lectures and concerts.  As much as any city in the country, Boston has been the musical birthplace for the styles and artists we celebrate, making it a fitting home.  While performing recently at the Wang Theatre, Neil Young said, “Boston is the Folk Music capital of North America.”  And who are we to argue with a recently sworn in American Citizen.  We were fortunate to talk with the wonderful Patty Griffin before her performance at Club Passim's 60th birthday event. We’d like to share this Hallways episode with you to introduce you to the new podcast and hope you will not only visit The Hall but also subscribe to Hallways on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts and to follow us on our socials.  For that matter – do the same with ATB – visit abovethebasement.com to subscribe and follow us to.   We can all follow each other.  Thanks!  Here we go… 

19mins

20 Feb 2020

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