Ayana interviews Jeff Parker LIVE in front of an audience of friends, family, and fans at Dorian's (Through The Record Shop) in Chicago, on December 1st, 2021. They discuss record collecting, Wilco vs. Tortoise, and Jeff's journey to embracing solo guitar sonics as improvisational atmospheres. This episode supported in part by Conservatory Vintage and Vinyl, a destination, specializing in rare, pre-owned and new vinyl records, plus premium Midcentury Modern furniture (and home décor) in Flossmoor, IL.
Something New Will Be Built -- a conversation with Jeff Parker
Foreign, Domestic & Forbidden
This episode almost didn't happen because on the day of the recording, Joaquin's house was broken into. He and Tim talk with author, translator, and editor Jeff Parker about Ukrainian literature, travels through Russia, and the need to find your own language. And as always, they have recommendations! Where Bears Roam the Streets -- Jeff Parker Grey Bees -- Andrey Kurkov The Book of Disquiet -- Fernando Pessoa Pessoa: A Biography -- Richard Zenith Serhiy Zhadan Yevgenia Belorusets Your Ad Could Go Here -- Oksana Zabuzhco Lost Republic Bourbon
Reilly and George are joined this week on the Hypothetical Island by comics scribe Jeff Parker for a rousing discussion of documentaries vs movies, Al Williamson, Agents of Atlas, the many Markos of Marvel, and Reilly's first ever Marvel gig and the role Jeff Parker played. Also, listen with annoyance as George repeatedly pluralizes Oscar Isaac.
Songwriters Roundtable with Steve Gunn & Jeff Parker
Office Hours Live with Tim Heidecker
This was a live experience exclusive to members of patreon.com/officehourslive. Join the Patreon to get access to content like this and much more. Musicians and tour mates Steve Gunn and Jeff Parker joined Tim and Doug for an in-depth discussion about the songwriting process, their tour together, and some guitar talk.Be sure to check out Steve Gunn's most recent EP Nakama, Jeff Parker's new album Forfolks and go see them on tour this month!Get the limited edition Drop Concert II screenprint and new sticker/button packs at officialofficehours.com/secretstoreFind everything else at officialofficehours.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Mandolins and Beer Podcast Episode #123 Jeff Parker
The Mandolins and Beer Podcast
Episode Notes Support the Mandolins and Beer Podcast at my Patreon page!My guest this week on the podcast is Jeff Parker. Jeff has a great classic style and has played with some pretty big acts from the Lonesome River Band to Dailey Vincent right up to today with Joe Mullins and the Radio Ramblers. He also has a few solo albums out as well! Check out what Jeff has going on at his website As always big thank you to my sponsors for this episode!Mandolin Cafe Peghead Nation Northfield Mandolins Pava Mandolins Ellis Mandolins Siminoff BooksSong clips featured in this episode:“Tears in my Tracks” – Lonesome River Band (Head on into Heartache)“I Like to Hear Them Preach It” – Jeff Parker and Co. (Same)“Hear Jerusalem Calling” – Joe Mullins and the Radio Ramblers (Somewhere Beyond the Blue)“Louisville Breakdown” – Kenny Baker (Darkness on the Delta)
The boys Jermayn Parker, Dan Fraser and Stephen East join together to interview Jeff Parker the writer of the popular Dynamite Entertainment "Kings Watch" series.Jeff also returned to write the Flash Gordon "Kings Cross" series which ended the series of Dynamite Entertainment exploring the King Features characters they had licensed. If you enjoyed the "Kings Watch" series (or even hated what they did), this podcast is a must watch / listen. Jeff is very candid in his comments and details why he chose to have an imposter fulfilling the role of the Phantom. He also answers the question that has been on some phans lips since the character Jen was introduced as the missing Walker heir. Was that his idea or someone else's?Jeff also talks about other plots and tid bits which you may find interesting, some of them are:The uncredited co writer to the Flash Gordon "Kings Cross" storyline.What the inspiration was for giant tarantula formed out of drowned apes.The un named Phantom imposter who took over the role was at one time going to be wearing a Skull Mark on his face by the previous Phantom.The relationship between Lothar and the Phantom and how he became an obvious replacement.How Jeff got the gig for Dynamite Entertainment and then how that morphed into a modern version of the 1980's classic TV show.Why Sydney, Australia faces perhaps the most dangerous beast/alien in the comic.Why its important to mess with fans slightly.When Jeff released that the Phantom was going to die.What was Jeffs vision for the missing Phantom if Jen was not shoehorned into the role.To get in touch with Jeff Parker, you can follow him on twitter @JeffParker or his website www.JeffParkerWrites.com What did you think of this podcast? You can email us at email@example.com or chat with us via our social media profiles with your feedback at Facebook, Twitter and or Instagram. Make sure you stay with us and do not forget to subscribe and leave a review on our podcast and or our YouTube Channel. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chroniclechamber)
#355 – Bonobo & O’Flynn, Uwalmassa, Jeff Parker, Yugen Blakrok, Zombie Zombie, DJ Hank - 24 January 2022
Independent Music Podcast
Hip-shakers galore on this week’s podcast, especially with the new releases from DJ Hank, Bonobo, and the irrepressible Zombie Zombie. They are interspersed amongst immense music from Yugen Blakrok, experimental sounds from Jakarta’s Uwalmassa, and stunning sounds from Tortoise’s Jeff Parker. Elsewhere, we have skronky call-and-response between Patrick Shiroishi and Jeff Tobias, Thai production from Surin Phaksiri and Chomsawai Saentawisok and more. Tracklisting Yugen Blakrok – Pedestal (I.O.T. Records, France) Zombie Zombie – Nusquam et Ubique (Born Bad Records, France) Uwalmassa – Majuh (Divisi62, Indonesia / Mana Records, UK) Lou Hill – Hits (self-release, UK) Chomsawai Saentawisok – Lam Phloen Call Me Please ショームサワイ・セーンタウィースック「ラム・プルーン わたしを指名して下さい」(EM Records, Japan) Jacken Elswyth – Set Up (Fractal Meat Cuts, UK) Bonobo – Otomo (feat. O’Flynn) (Ninja Tune, UK) Jeff Parker – Four Folks (International Anthem, USA) Patrick Shiroishi & Jeff Tobias – A2 (Topos Press, USA) DJ Hank – Stay (Hyperdub, UK) Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston. This week’s episode is sponsored by The state51 Conspiracy, a creative hub for music. Head to state51.com to find releases by JK Flesh vs Gnod, Steve Jansen, MrUnderwSood, Wire, Ghost Box, Lo Recordings, Subtext Records and many more
Jeff Parker on Ninjak, super spies, and 1960s heroes
Visit our Patreon page to see the various tiers you can sign up for today to get in on the ground floor of AIPT Patreon. We hope to see you chatting with us in our Discord soon!NEWSMarvel reveals art and new details for ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ Beyond eraImage launches sci-fi/Cold War comic ‘Primordial’ to comic shops September 15The Literary Tarot Kickstarter adds Scott Snyder, Holly Black, Terry Brooks, Stephen Fry, and moreMarvel announces ‘Phoenix Song: Echo’ #1 for October 2021X-Men has life and deathComics sales report from ComichronNew Segment: Heroes Don't Do That - Do they though?Second Week: Do heroes put ketchup on their hot dogs?Our Top Books of the WeekDave:Teen Titans Academy (2021): 2021 Yearbook #1 (Tim Sheridan, various artists)Beta Ray Bill #4 (Daniel Warren Johnson, Mike Spicer)Nathan:Specter Inspectors #5 (Bowen McCurdy, Kaitlyn Musto)Barbaric #1 (Michael Moreci, Nathan Gooden)Standout KAPOW moment of the week:Nathan - Specter Inspectors #5 (Bowen McCurdy, Kaitlyn Musto)Dave - Beta Ray Bill #4TOP BOOKS FOR NEXT WEEKDave: X-Men #1 (Gerry Duggan, Pepe Larraz)Nathan: Justice League Infinity #1 (J.M. DeMatteis, Jim Tucker, Ethen Beavers)JUDGING BY THE COVER JR.Dave: Batman #110 Jock coverNathan: The Conjuring: The Lover #2 (Ryan Brown)Segment: Interview: Jeff Parker - Ninjak #1 out July 14Hi Jeff, thanks for joining us on the AIPT Comics podcast! Ninjak has been in the works for some time, announced way back in July 2020, is it odd talking about a book that’s so long in development, or par for the course in comics?Ninjak has been rebooted and retooled various times over the years, how are you approaching the character?With the pandemic’s delay, did you end up tweaking this story more than past tales you’ve written, or did it stay pretty close to your original pitch.?Can you talk a bit about Javier Pulido’s work, was there a specific page in the first issue that he exceeded your expectations?What separates Ninjak from other rich and tactful superheroes?In your opinion, how does Valiant differ from other publishers?The super spy angle of Ninjak has always been a big draw. Do you have any spy movies or books you look to for inspiration or to get you in the headspace to write Ninjak?We’re big James Bond fans here, loved your James Bond Origin and recently talked to Ibrahim Moustafa about Bond as well, we must ask, who do you think is the definitive Bond?Future Quest and Batman 66 were books of yours that we reviewed and greatly enjoyed, do you have a desire to return to either of those projects in the future, or are there other series you’d like to return to some day? What other projects do you have in the works?What comics are you reading right now?Off Topic Top Shelf: Jeff Parker - Beer!