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Rank #51 in Music History category

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The Podcast Network for Music Lovers!Find all the shows here: Rock N Roll Archaeology, History in Five Songs with Martin Popoff, Tripping on My Roots, Dad Bod Rap Pod, Rock n Roll Librarian, Muses, Art of Rock, Festival Nation, Vinyl Snob, Rock Candy, Is It Rolling Bob? Talking Dylan, Rock's Backpages, Goldmine, Pamela Des Barres' Pajama Party, Who Cares About the Rock Hall?, The Career Musician, The Band: A History, No Filler, Make It Stop!, Shout it Out Loudcast, Deeper Digs, Side Jams, I'm in Love with That Song, See Hear, Shout it Out Loudcast, Feels Like Weezer, Reverend Billy Radio, The Punk Tree, The Devil's Music with Pleasant Gehman, Sample Excavator, Audio Judo, invisible arts with Richard Gibbs, What Difference Does It Make?, Ready to Record, Songfacts, Story Song Podcast, Stroll Down Penny Lane, The Punk Tree, Long May You Young, Bob Dylan: About Man and God and Law and more!Find all the great Pantheon Podcasts in their individual feeds wherever you listen to podcasts.

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The Podcast Network for Music Lovers!Find all the shows here: Rock N Roll Archaeology, History in Five Songs with Martin Popoff, Tripping on My Roots, Dad Bod Rap Pod, Rock n Roll Librarian, Muses, Art of Rock, Festival Nation, Vinyl Snob, Rock Candy, Is It Rolling Bob? Talking Dylan, Rock's Backpages, Goldmine, Pamela Des Barres' Pajama Party, Who Cares About the Rock Hall?, The Career Musician, The Band: A History, No Filler, Make It Stop!, Shout it Out Loudcast, Deeper Digs, Side Jams, I'm in Love with That Song, See Hear, Shout it Out Loudcast, Feels Like Weezer, Reverend Billy Radio, The Punk Tree, The Devil's Music with Pleasant Gehman, Sample Excavator, Audio Judo, invisible arts with Richard Gibbs, What Difference Does It Make?, Ready to Record, Songfacts, Story Song Podcast, Stroll Down Penny Lane, The Punk Tree, Long May You Young, Bob Dylan: About Man and God and Law and more!Find all the great Pantheon Podcasts in their individual feeds wherever you listen to podcasts.

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Started Strong, Getting Weaker

By Mikko in MPLS - Apr 11 2020
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Loved this podcast when it started, but has lost its way with less focus on quality and hosts that don’t have the depth of a mudpuddle. The John Prine “tribute” is a great example.

Too much

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Way too many different podcasts.

iTunes Ratings

240 Ratings
Average Ratings
176
23
18
9
14

Started Strong, Getting Weaker

By Mikko in MPLS - Apr 11 2020
Read more
Loved this podcast when it started, but has lost its way with less focus on quality and hosts that don’t have the depth of a mudpuddle. The John Prine “tribute” is a great example.

Too much

By ads too long - Sep 26 2019
Read more
Way too many different podcasts.
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The Podcast Network for Music Lovers!Find all the shows here: Rock N Roll Archaeology, History in Five Songs with Martin Popoff, Tripping on My Roots, Dad Bod Rap Pod, Rock n Roll Librarian, Muses, Art of Rock, Festival Nation, Vinyl Snob, Rock Candy, Is It Rolling Bob? Talking Dylan, Rock's Backpages, Goldmine, Pamela Des Barres' Pajama Party, Who Cares About the Rock Hall?, The Career Musician, The Band: A History, No Filler, Make It Stop!, Shout it Out Loudcast, Deeper Digs, Side Jams, I'm in Love with That Song, See Hear, Shout it Out Loudcast, Feels Like Weezer, Reverend Billy Radio, The Punk Tree, The Devil's Music with Pleasant Gehman, Sample Excavator, Audio Judo, invisible arts with Richard Gibbs, What Difference Does It Make?, Ready to Record, Songfacts, Story Song Podcast, Stroll Down Penny Lane, The Punk Tree, Long May You Young, Bob Dylan: About Man and God and Law and more!Find all the great Pantheon Podcasts in their individual feeds wherever you listen to podcasts.

Rank #1: The Band: A History - Moondog Matinee: Part One

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"That was all we could do at the time. We couldn't get along—we all knew that fairness was a bunch of shit. We all knew we were getting screwed, so we couldn't sit down and create no more music. 'Up on Cripple Creek' and all that stuff was over—all that collaboration was over, and that” said Levon reflecting on the period just prior to the recording of "Moondog Matinee".


In 1971, "Rock of Ages" had led to an unofficial hiatus for The Band. Independently, The Band worked on various projects separately whether it was producing, writing or performing. There were also attempts at getting The Band back together to work on their next studio album. Though, none of those attempts led to anything fruitful. Richard hadn’t written a song, or at least presented a song to the group in some time and Robbie wasn’t offering up much either since he was hitting some serious writer’s block. 


Eventually, The Band came out of touring retirement in 1973. Which led to a legendary performance at Watkins Glen with The Grateful Dead and The Allman Brothers. Feeding off the energy of their live performances and feeling like more of a collective again, and hoping at reviving the creative juices needed to keep on producing albums for Capitol Records it was decided that an album of covers which eventually led to "Moondog Matinee".


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The Band: A History is part of Pantheon Podcasts. Listen to The Band: A History and a variety of other great podcasts over on Pantheon.

Check out my recent appearance on Love That Album here.

May 01 2020

41mins

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Rank #2: The Devil's Music 01: Belinda Carlisle

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In this premier episode of The Devil's Music, lifelong besties Belinda Carlisle and hostess Pleasant Gehman have a no-holds-barred conversation about the 1970’s LA punk scene, the early days of The Go-Go’s and their life as roommates in Hollywood’s most notorious rock’n’roll crash pad Disgraceland. Topics include everything from boyfriend swapping to acid dropping, blood magick, loitering in Sunset Strip’s legendary Rainbow parking lot to Belinda’s favorite cause, The Animal People Alliance. Plus: a Ouija Board session with an extremely observant -and foul-mouthed- spirit.

Find Belinda:

https://www.facebook.com/BelindaCarlisleOfficial

https://www.animalpeoplealliance.net

Belinda on Instagram: @travels_with_mrs_mason

Belinda on Twitter: @belindaofficial _

#belindacarlisle #thegogos #lapunk #70spunk #lsd #bloodmagick #spiritcommunication #ouijaboard #rocknroll #pleasantgehman #sunsetstrip #hollywood

This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.

May 13 2020

1hr 10mins

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Rank #3: Rock N Roll Archaeology EP. 18: 1969 Part I

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We’re putting down a marker with this episode, and the follow-up: the highest highs and the lowest lows of the entire Rock Era occurred in 1969. It’s a year so big, we had to cut it in two, in order to serve it up properly. 

We start in January, with The Beatles on The Roof, a 42-minute outdoor concert that definitely warmed up the neighborhood of Mayfair, London, England. Then we catch up with their friends and rivals, The Rolling Stones.  

The Stones broke out HUGE in 68 and 69, the beginning of an incredible five-year run: from Beggars Banquet on through to Exile On Main Street. Peak Stones, the sweet spot for the World’s Greatest Rock N Roll Band. 

Brian Jones is out, Mick Taylor is in. We talk about how that happened, and how it impacted the Stones’ sound and attitude. Another influence starts seeping in: American Country Music, thanks to Keith’s new best buddy, Gram Parsons. 

Brian’s tragic--and still unexplained--demise changes the Hyde Park Concert from a coming-out party into a memorial service. Emotion and conviction carry the day, and Hyde Park sets a very high and hopeful bar; it’s an early example of How To Successfully Pull Off A Really Big Concert. 

During that “Moon-Crazy Summer” of 1969, NASA pulls off something really big. It’s the single greatest feat--so far--of human exploration: The Apollo 11 mission to the moon and back. We look at the moon landing through the Rock N Roll lens; we’ll talk about space travel, science fiction, and fantasy...in books, film, television, and most of all, in Rock Music. 

Then David Bowie, with his lifelong knack for being ahead of his time, said take your protein pills and put your helmet on. 

And we did. 

And in just a short time we got used to it, became a little jaded about it. 

That comes later. Here and now in the summer of 1969; stardust, golden, billion year old carbon...got to get ourselves back to the garden. 

We’ll open Part Two at Yasgur’s Farm in upstate New York, and we’ll light a candle in the rain.

Head over to Pantheon Podcasts for full show notes.

Nov 19 2019

1hr 38mins

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Rank #4: The Imbalanced History Of Rock And Roll: The Music of Laurel Canyon in the 60's

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With Folk going Electric thanks to Roger McGuinn and the Byrds, the Beach Boys, Joni Mitchell, Frank Zappa, Buffalo Springfield and all of the other musicians and artists that lived in Laurel Canyon, there was a lot of magic being created. This time period gave birth to so much music and was such a great response to The British Invasion. Dig in and enjoy the lifestyle, the inspirations, the sounds and the magic in Laurel Canyon. The Documentary, Echo In The Canyon, hosted by Jakob Dylan, highlights the impact of that time period in Rock And Roll as well as it's significance to music, culture and art. This episode was completely inspired by seeing the documentary, Echo In The Canyon, on Netflix.

This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts

Mar 17 2020

29mins

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Rank #5: The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll: Johnny Cash - There's A Reason Why He Wore Black

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Johnny Cash was a complex man who struggled with demons while always trying to do what was right! Along the way he created amazing music, crossing artificial barriers to become a beloved American Icon!


This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts

Mar 24 2020

34mins

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Rank #6: History in Five Songs 33: Greatest Guitar Solos of All Time

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These are the Five Songs that Martin believes are the Greatest Guitar Solos of All Time!

  • Coney Hatch – “Monkey Bars”
  • Kim Mitchell - “Rumour Has It”
  • Thin Lizzy - “Baby Please Don’t Go”
  • Hanoi Rocks – “New York City”
  • Fozzy – “Wanderlust”


To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.com

This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.

Feb 11 2020

29mins

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Rank #7: History in Five Songs 32: Swan Song Records

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Martin tells us the history of Swan Song Records in these five songs:

  • Bad Company – “Rock Steady”
  • Led Zeppelin – “The Wanton Song”
  • Dave Edmunds – “Trouble Boys”
  • Detective – “Competition”
  • Robert Plant – “Slow Dancer”


To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.com

This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.

Feb 05 2020

27mins

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Rank #8: Deeper Digs in Rock: Grateful Dead Historian Dennis McNally

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This week Christian has the distinct pleasure of sitting down with Grateful Dead historian, Dennis McNally. This one is special for the Rock N Roll Archaeologist because Dennis is an actual historian with a PhD in U.S. History and because one of the inspirations for the entire rock n roll archaeology project was the 2002 McNally book, “A Long Strange Trip: The Inside History of the Grateful Dead”.  He is a real life rock n roll archaeologist!

Dennis McNally received his Ph.D. in American History from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in 1977 for a biography of Jack Kerouac which was published by Random House in 1979 under the title Desolate Angel: Jack Kerouac, the Beat Generation, and America. He became the Grateful Dead’s authorized biographer in 1980 and the band’s publicist in 1984. In 2002, he published A Long Strange Trip/The Inside History of the Grateful Dead with Broadway Books, a division of Random House. It made the New York Times best seller list.

https://www.amazon.com/s?i=stripbooks&rh=p_27%3ADennis+McNally&s=relevancerank&text=Dennis+McNally&ref=dp_byline_sr_book_1

https://www.dennismcnally.com/

Nov 12 2019

1hr 58mins

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Rank #9: The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll: The Doors - Denizens Of Dreamscapes

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The Doors were a groundbreaking band that changed the rules in so many ways. They made their mark, burned brightly, then faded after Jim Morrison's death. This week The Imbalanced Brothers talk about the spark, their era, and the ways their legacy continues in the 21st century! Ladies and gentlemen, from Venice Beach, California... THE DOORS!!!

This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts

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Apr 07 2020

43mins

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Rank #10: History in Five Songs 44: Montrose and Van Halen

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The story of Montrose and Van Halen in five songs!

  • Montrose – “Space Station #5”
  • Van Halen – “Atomic Punk”
  • Montrose – “Rock the Nation”
  • Montrose – “Make It Last ”
  • Van Halen – “Ice Cream Man”


To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.com

This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.

Apr 29 2020

31mins

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Rank #11: Let It Roll: Ed Ward's History of Rock & Roll - The Beatles Invade And The Rolling Stones Follow

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Ed Ward is back to continue his telling of the history of Rock & Roll. This episode focuses on The Beatles' conquest of America, the other British bands that followed in their wake and the American response headed up by Motown and James Brown.

May 19 2020

56mins

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Rank #12: Let It Roll: Politics Boxed Merle Haggard Out Of Crossover Superstardom

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Today host Nate Wilcox welcomes author David Cantwell to discuss Merle Haggard and his book “The Running Kind.” Nate and David grapple with the factors that made Haggard one of the great country superstars but prevented him from crossing over to a pop audience the way Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson or Dolly Parton did.

This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.

Mar 10 2020

53mins

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Rank #13: No Filler: Jeff Beck - Blow By Blow

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Hot on the trails of our deep dive into Larry Carlton's Steely Dan guitar solos, we thought we'd pay some homage to another guitar god from the same era: the one and only Jeff Beck. On this episode, we take a listen to his 1975 debut solo record Blow By Blow. Having tried a few times to put together a successful rock group after his departure from The Yardbirds, Beck gravitated more toward the jazz-rock fusion from his sessions with the band Upp, whom he produced and played on their first record. Out of those sessions came the groundwork for Blow By Blow, an incredible showcase of Beck's prowess behind the fretboard. Produced by George Martin (the fifth Beatle himself), and with help from Stevie Wonder (who lended 2 of his tracks to the record and even plays clavinet on one of them), join us as we Blow By Blow geek out over how truly amazing this record is and how it helped put Beck on the path to becoming one of the greatest guitar players of all time.

Check out more great music podcasts on Pantheon:

www.pantheonpodcasts.com

Dec 24 2019

1hr 5mins

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Rank #14: Vinyl Snob EP. 14: HiFi Stereo Store

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A good stereo store is hard to find these days, but in Dave Whitaker's interview with Chris Larson at Northcoast Audio in Eureka, CA., you'll see why it's worth it to seek out your nearest brick and mortar store. In Vinyl News we have a double whammy of not-so-great news for the vinyl industry. Dave catches up with Steve Sheldon of the recently closed Rainbo Records pressing plant and gets more information on the impact of the Apollo Masters fire from Ron McMaster, long-time mastering engineer at Capitol Records. And in our indie record store segment, we visit Ian Clark at Record City in Brooklyn, NY.

Listen to the other great music podcasts on Pantheon! www.pantheonpodcasts.com

Feb 22 2020

44mins

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Rank #15: Deeper Digs in Rock: Jake Brennan of Disgraceland - The Podcast and Book

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This episode The Rock n Roll Archaeologist goes toe to toe with the Rock N Roll Criminologist! Join Christian as he welcomes guest Jake Brennan of the hit podcast Disgraceland.  Jake has a new book on the streets that takes the rock n roll crime drama podcast and puts it in writing this time! We go dig into the book and on Jake’s journey from born musician to podcast hero!

You may know Jerry Lee Lewis married his thirteen-year-old cousin but did you know he shot his bass player in the chest with a shotgun or that a couple of his wives died under extremely mysterious circumstances? Or that Sam Cooke was shot dead in a seedy motel after barging into the manager's office naked to attack her? Maybe not. Would it change your view of him if you knew that, or would your love for his music triumph?

Real rock stars do truly insane thing and invite truly insane things to happen to them; murder, drug trafficking, rape, cannibalism and the occult. We allow this behavior. We are complicit because a rock star behaving badly is what's expected. It's baked into the cake. Deep down, way down, past all of our self-righteous notions of justice and right and wrong, when it comes down to it, we want our rock stars to be bad. We know the music industry is full of demons, ones that drove Elvis Presley, Phil Spector, Sid Vicious and that consumed the Norwegian Black Metal scene. We want to believe in the myths because they're so damn entertaining.

DISGRACELAND is a collection of the best of these stories about some of the music world's most beloved stars and their crimes. It will mix all-new, untold stories with expanded stories from the first two seasons of the Disgraceland podcast. Using figures we already recognize, DISGRACELAND shines a light into the dark corners of their fame revealing the fine line that separates heroes and villains as well as the danger Americans seek out in their news cycles, tabloids, reality shows and soap operas. At the center of this collection of stories is the ever-fascinating music industry--a glittery stage populated by gangsters, drug dealers, pimps, groupies with violence, scandal and pure unadulterated rock 'n' roll entertainment.

Jake Brennan is a Boston based musician who launched, Disgraceland, "a rock 'n' roll true crime podcast" in February 2018 to great acclaim. Jake grew up in music. He saw the Ramones play live when he was ten years old and began recording and touring at a young age, first with his band Cast Iron Hike and then with his bands the Confidence Men and Bodega Girls. His songs have been featured in film and television, however Jake thinks his coolest musical accomplishment was opening for Fugazi "back in the day." He lives in North Boston with his wife and two sons.

https://www.amazon.com/Disgraceland-Musicians-Getting-Murder-Behaving/dp/1538732149

https://www.disgracelandpod.com/

Oct 18 2019

1hr 2mins

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Rank #16: Who Cares About the Rock Hall?: TT. Rex with Ben Merlis

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Author Ben Merlis joins Joe and Kristen to advocate for current nominees and inventors of glam rock T. Rex. Also discussed in this episode is Ben's adjacency to the Nominating Committee (through his father and friend of the show Bob Merlis) as well as his new book (Goin' Off: The Story of the Juice Crew & Cold Chillin' Records.) This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.

Dec 06 2019

1hr 18mins

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Rank #17: Deeper Digs in Rock: Bob Dylan's 'Murder Most Foul'

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In this special episode of Deeper Digs in Rock, Christian rounds up several other Pantheon hosts to discuss the new surprise release of Bob Dylan’s new 17 minute epic song, ‘Murder Most Foul’.

Joining the Rock N Roll Archaeologist for this show are:

Ray Koob and Markus in the Darkness of ‘Imbalanced History of Rock’’ https://imbalancedhistory.com/

Pamela Des Barres of ‘Pamela Des Barres Pajama Party’ http://rocknrollarchaeology.com/miss-pamelas-pajama-party

Maurice Bursztynski of ‘Love That Album’ https://cms.megaphone.fm/channel/lovethatalbum

Cindy Howes of ‘Basic Folk’https://cindyhowes.net/basicfolk/

Lucas Hare of ‘Is It Rollin’, Bob? Talkin’ Dylan’ https://cms.megaphone.fm/channel/talkingdylan


MURDER MOST FOUL by Bob Dylan

[Verse 1]

It was a dark day in Dallas, November '63

A day that will live on in infamy

President Kennedy was a-ridin' high

Good day to be livin' and a good day to die

Being led to the slaughter like a sacrificial lamb

He said, "Wait a minute, boys, you know who I am?"

"Of course we do, we know who you are!"

Then they blew off his head while he was still in the car

Shot down like a dog in broad daylight

Was a matter of timing and the timing was right

You got unpaid debts, we've come to collect

We're gonna kill you with hatred, without any respect

We'll mock you and shock you and we'll put it in your face

We've already got someone here to take your place

The day they blew out the brains of the king

Thousands were watching, no one saw a thing

It happened so quickly, so quick, by surprise

Right there in front of everyone's eyes

Greatest magic trick ever under the sun

Perfectly executed, skillfully done

Wolfman, oh Wolfman, oh Wolfman, howl

Rub-a-dub-dub, it's a murder most foul


Get the all the lyrics to the 5 verses here: https://genius.com/Bob-dylan-murder-most-foul-lyrics

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Mar 31 2020

1hr 45mins

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Rank #18: No Filler: Stone Temple Pilots - Purple

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Stone Temple Pilots saw huge success with their testosterone-filled debut album Core, but struggled to gain any love from the Cobain acolytes who insisted they weren't truly grunge (they were from San Diego after all). After a stint of touring and loads of in-fighting, the band returned to the studio to record their second record. Less than one month later, the band emerged with a sound that was uniquely theirs, incorporating elements of psychedelic, country, and blues-rock with the grunge flavor from Core. Purple debuted in June of 1994 at number one on the charts, and went on to sell 3 million copies after just four months.

Tracklist

  1. Stone Temple Pilots - Interstate Love Song
  2. Stone Temple Pilots -Dead & Bloated
  3. Stone Temple Pilots -Lounge Fly
  4. Stone Temple Pilots -Silvergun Superman
  5. Stone Temple Pilots -Army Ants
  6. Twin Peaks - Casey's Groove
  7. Twin Peaks - I Found A New Way
  8. Scattle - Humanize
  9. Stone Temple Pilots - Andy Warhol (David Bowie Cover)


This show is part of the Pantheon Podcast Network.

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Mar 30 2020

1hr 10mins

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Rank #19: See Hear 73: The Kids Are Alright

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The gents at See Hear Podcast want to pose some questions.

  • Do you mind other guys dancing with your girl?
  • Can we buy your magic bus?
  • Have you ever seen pictures of Lily?
  • Can you hear us?
  • Who are you?


Deep philosophical questions indeed. The Who were that type of band – funny, furious and filosophical.....


Welcome to episode 73 of See Hear Podcast.


Tim, Bernie and Maurice welcome back Marvellous Mike White of The Projection Booth Podcast to discuss the 1979 Who “documentary” The Kids Are Alright” (not to be confused with the 2010 film with Julianne Moore and Mark Ruffalo). Jeff Stein's film is certainly not a documentary in the traditional sense (no chronology, no talking heads retrospectively outlining the history). It IS a celebration of who The Who were up to Keith Moon's death. It shows their ferociousness and humour as a band....so in that sense, even if we discover little about the events that shaped them, by film's end, we know what made them great.


The crew discuss the film, their own connections to The Who's music, sensationalism versus art, Pete's penchant for beating up people on stage, Keith's habit of destroying hotel rooms, and many other Who-vian peripherals.


Is the show worth tuning into? You better, you bet......


Huge thanks once again to Mike White for joining us for this one and being a supporter of our show. If you want lots of great film talk, then head on over to The Projection Booth website at http://www.projectionboothpodcast.com/ or subscribe on your favourite podcast app. In particular, search out his recent show on Ken Russell's adaptation of Tommy http://www.projectionboothpodcast.com/2020/03/special-report-tommy-1975.html


If you’ve been enjoying the show, please give us a favourable review on iTunes and let your friends know that our show exists.


You can download the show by searching for See Hear podcast on iTunes, Spotify or Stitcher…..or whatever podcast app you favour.


Send us feedback via email at seehearpodcast@gmail.com


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Proudly part of the Pantheon Network of music podcasts.

May 29 2020

1hr 13mins

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Rank #20: Deeper Digs: Sex Pistols - The End is Near with Kevin Cummins

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Christian sits down with Ex-NME photographer Kevin Cummins to discuss his new book, SEX PISTOLS: The End is Near 25.12.77.

On Christmas Day 1977, the Sex Pistols played their final UK gig. Kevin Cummins was the only professional photographer to document the event. He stood with the band onstage, captured the raw energy of the Sex Pistols at the top of their game. Just three weeks later, after a brief US tour, the band imploded.

By the end of 1977, the Sex Pistols had been banned from virtually every town in Britain. But at Ivanho's nightclub in Huddersfield they found a receptive audience. They played two charity gigs on Christmas Day, raising money for the families of striking firemen. The afternoon shift was for the kids, with expletives removed from lyrics and Christmas presents and cake given out - and paid for by the band. In the evening, with Kevin Cummins in their midst, the Sex Pistols thundered through their setlist. Forget the lurid headlines, the righteous outrage, this was the real Sex Pistols, playing from the heart.

Kevin Cummins is an internationally renowned British rock photographer, known for his collaborations with Mick Jagger, Ian Curtis, Morrissey, The Smiths, Bowie, Joy Division and more. He was chief photographer at the New Musical Express for ten years, then the world's biggest selling rock weekly. His portraits feature in the collections of The National Portrait Gallery and The V&A. Kevin has also published several critically acclaimed monographs on the artists with whom he has worked.

https://www.amazon.com/Sex-Pistols-End-Near-25-12-77/dp/1788840615/ref=sr_1_1?crid=16INIW2ZYDRNO&dchild=1&keywords=sex+pistols+the+end+is+near+25.12.77&qid=1586890055&sprefix=sex+pistols%3A+the+end+is%2Caps%2C206&sr=8-1

http://www.kevincummins.co.uk/

Apr 14 2020

1hr 33mins

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The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll: Five Favorite Vocalists of The 80's

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The 1980's were ripe with change. So much new music branching out from the Rock and Roll Family Tree. Ray and Markus share their five favorite vocalists of the 80s. Be prepared for some surprises. We would love to know who your Five Favorite Vocalists of The 1980s are.

Listen to this cool episode, and then get caught up here!!!

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This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.

Nov 30 2020

37mins

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Is It Rolling Bob? Talking Dylan: Pamela Thurschwell

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Academic and author Pamela Thurschwell gives us her conflicted feminist take on Dylan, including his queer lyrical metaphors and what it’s like to be on the receiving end of a Dylan mansplaining session. Her namechecks range from Amy Rigby, Emma Swift and Joan Baez to Joyce Carol Oates, Annie Hall and Jane Eyre.

Pam describes Dylan as “the dangerous guy who sees the world as it is”, but also “fragile”, “mean” and just plain “ornery”. “Why do I always go for the Dylan boys?”, she tells us, then gives in-depth excavations of It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue and Positively 4th Street (“it was great to hear someone so pissed off”). For a surprising discussion that encompasses male passive-aggression, gender relation complications and the mega-talent that is Joni Mitchell, don’t miss this groundbreaking episode.

Pamela Thurschwell is Head of English Literature at the University of Sussex. Before working at Sussex, she worked at University College, London, and she studied at Cambridge and Cornell Universities. Pam has written books and articles on a wide variety of writers and artists including Dylan, George Eliot, Henry James, Sigmund Freud, Elvis Costello, Bruce Springsteen, Morrissey, Pete Townshend, Daniel Clowes, Henry James, Oscar Wilde, Carson McCullers, Willa Cather and Toni Morrison.

American Tunes for Coronaviral Times: Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and John Prine (May 1, 2020)

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Recorded 7th September 2020

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Nov 30 2020

48mins

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What Difference Does It Make: Jules Shear Slower and Unplugged

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Jules Shear created a name for himself as a pop songwriter in the 80s writing Top 40 hits like "All Through The Night" for Cyndi Lauper and "If She Knew What She Wants" by The Bangles. He's also the originator of MTV's Unplugged series hosting and playing on the show in its first season back in 1989. He's been releasing his own classic material for nearly 40 years now. His just released album is entitled "Slower" and we sat down with Jules to discuss his songwriting process, Unplugged and of course, "Slower".

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Nov 29 2020

34mins

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The Career Musician Ep. 68: You Might Remember Me From TV - Erskine Hawkins

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When Nomad needed a keyboard player for the Babyface Japan tour, Erksine Hawkins stuck out of the crowd. His professionalism and stacked resume got him a gig with Nomad and Babyface, but Erskine's list of credentials rolls on. He's a graduate of the prestigious music program at the University of North Texas. He's the founder and CEO of Key Element Entertainment. He's worked with artists such as Rihanna, Eminem, Kenneth "BabyFace" Edmonds, David Foster, Jessie J, Kirk Whalum, B.W.B, Tamela Mann, and Eric Benet. He has also charted, scored and arranged music for such artists as Justin Timberlake and Nicki Minaj and several award shows such as the American Music Awards, TV Land Awards, Soul Train Awards, and BET Music Awards. And he's even got charisma!


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Nov 29 2020

1hr 35mins

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Almost Famous Minute 73: Mom Energy

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The seventy-third minute starts with Elaine threatening Russell and ends with a Stillwater huddle.


We are joined by co-host Gary Roby.


Find Gary here:

Twitter - @thegaryroby

Website - A Galaxy Not So Far Away

Website - Infinite Cities Blaseball

Apple Podcasts - Harry Potter Minute


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Nov 29 2020

32mins

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Rock and Roll Heaven: Tj's Birthday Durmmers: Keith Moon Pt: 2

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The beat goes on... How do you sum up the life of a rock icon in just one episode? Well, simply put, you can't. Check out Part II of the Rock and Roll Heaven tribute to drummers month with Keith Moon. Dropping this week wherever you find great podcasts!

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Nov 28 2020

1hr 47mins

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Who Cares About the Rock Hall?: 2020 Ceremony Season Is Finally Over, Thanks!

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At long last, Joe and Kristen close the book on the 2020 Rock Hall inductions and express some thanks. This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.

Nov 28 2020

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After the Deluge 1: Saturate Before Using with William Matheny

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In the debut episode I talk about Jackson Browne’s self-titled debut album, often referred to as Saturate Before Using, with singer-songwriter William Matheny. After a brief intro of the show and a look at the original 1972 Rolling Stone review for the album, our conversation starts at 4:40. 

Share the podcast, and rate and review it. Leave me a voice message by going to anchor.fm/afterthedeluge or on Twitter at @coxjustin

Check out William Matheny's music at williammatheny.com. Matheny's song "Christian Name" plays after our conversation. 

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Nov 28 2020

48mins

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Pamela Des Barres' Pajama Party with Luke Spiller of The Struts

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Today Dolls, the incredible Luke Spiller from the band The Struts!

Luke Spiller epitomizes the kind of rock god that had me swooning back in the day. Sigh.

He makes me want to shave off a few decades. Sigh again.

We had such a delicious, delightful chat- me in LA -Luke in the UK, about The Struts' steamy rockin hotcha new album, Strange Days. Indeed.

https://thestruts.com/

Here we go dolls!!

Check out all info on my website: www.pameladesbarres.com

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Nov 28 2020

1hr 12mins

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Decibel Geek 431: The Best and Worst of Motley Crue

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We're joined by Wally "Gator" Norton of the CGCM Podcast this week as we discuss The Best and Worst of Motley Crue! It's hard to believe that in the nearly 40 year history of this legendary Hollywood-bred band that only 9 proper studio albums exist from them. This week your three hosts pick their favorite and least favorite tracks from each Motley studio album. Starting and 1981's 'Too Fast for Love' and going all the way through 2008's 'Saints of Los Angeles,' there's a lot to cover.

Additionally, you'll get our stories of how we discovered Motley Crue, concert experiences, record store purchases, and much more! It's a fun ride through the discography of one of the most notorious rock bands ever!

We hope you enjoy The Best and Worst of Motley Crue and SHARE with a friend! Please leave YOUR choices for these albums in the comments below!

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Nov 27 2020

1hr 39mins

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Deeper Digs in Rock: Kiss the Sky - Jimi Hendrix Special Pt. 4

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Our final Jimi Hendrix special has Christian join three rock n rollers to discuss what the man means to them. First up is Bassist and perhaps oldest collaborator Billy cox, followed by percussionist Juma Sultan and finally with Hendrix re-creator Jimy Bleu, guitarist for Kiss the Sky.

Billy Cox

Billy Cox is best known for performing with Jimi Hendrix. Cox is the only surviving musician to have regularly played with Hendrix: first with the experimental group that backed Hendrix at Woodstock (informally referred to as "Gypsy Sun and Rainbows"), followed by the trio with drummer Buddy Miles that recorded the live Band of Gypsys album, and, lastly, The Cry of Love Tour trio with Mitch Mitchell back on drums. Cox continues to perform dates with the Band of Gypsys Experience and the Experience Hendrix Tour. As well as sitting in with Kiss the Sky several times.

Today, Billy Cox owns a video production company. He has produced numerous blues and a myriad of gospel shows. He co-authored the books Jimi Hendrix Sessions and Ultimate Hendrix with John McDermott and Eddie Kramer. He released Old School Blue Blues in 2011, and continues to tour with "The Experience Hendrix Tour" each year and his own Band of Gypsys Experience. http://www.bassistbillycox.com/

Juma Sultan

Juma Sultan (born April 13, 1942) is a jazz musician, most often recording as a percussionist or bass player. He may be best known for his appearance at the Woodstock festival of 1969 at Bethel, New York, playing with Jimi Hendrix. He currently plays in the African performance group Sankofa, the band Sons of Thunder, and with the Juma Sultan Band.

Sultan was born in Monrovia, California on April 13, 1942. In 1969, he performed at the Woodstock festival in Hendrix's band, Gypsy Sun and Rainbows and on The Dick Cavett Show and at a special show in Harlem, New York several weeks later. He was interviewed extensively for the documentary films, Jimi Hendrix and Jimi Hendrix: Live at Woodstock. He appears on approximately 12 of Jimi Hendrix' posthumous releases.www.jumasarchive.org.

Jimmy Bleu

Kiss the Sky, who you will see performing at the Historic Bearville Theater in Woodstock New York is fronted by virtuoso guitarist and former Columbia recording artist, Jimy Bleu, and backed by a cast of world-class touring musicians from the NYC metro area. KTS musicians are so 'EXPERIENCED' that all 3 of Jimi's remaining former bandmates and living legends (Billy Cox, Juma Sultan and Jerry Velez) have each played on stage along side KTS performers. Most especially, Jimy Bleu, is the longest running Jimi tribute specialist in the world and even tours with former Hendrix Bassist, Billy Cox and his Band of Gypsys Experience

Jimy Bleu actually met Jimi Hendrix in 1968 while at Warner/Reprise records and a member of the official Hendrix fan club that got Hendrix to address an assembly at his high school of the Performing Arts in NYC. The very next year at Woodstock, Bleu was thrown one of the guitar straps Hendrix used in that famous performance and through this direct musical lineage, Jimy Bleu has carried the figurative baton of the Jimi Hendrix guitar showmanship legacy ever since. Jimy Bleu attended Berklee College of Music on the recommendation of Hendrix himself and went on to become a Columbia/Def Jam recording artist. 

A Hendrix historian, Bleu has given lectures on radio, TV and college campuses about the musical, spiritual and political importance of Hendrix. His musical talents and Hendrix stage show expertise has even landed Bleu a touring member spot with former Jimi Hendrix bassist, Mr. Billy Cox’s band ... The Band of Gypsys Experience! Like Jimi Hendrix...Jimy Bleu is also one of the only lefthanders in the guitar biz... bringing even more authenticity to the concert re-creations he now performs in...KISS THE SKY!

https://www.kisstheskytribute.com/about.html 

Nov 27 2020

1hr 56mins

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Songfacts Podcast: Songwriting Methodology with Andrea Stolpe

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Andrea Stolpe is a creative consultant who became a staff songwriter in Nashville in 1998. She has a degree from Boston's Berklee College of Music and has penned songs for Faith Hill, Julianne Hough and many others. Andrea has also written several books on the subject, including Popular Lyric Writing and Beginning Songwriting. In this episode of the Songfacts Podcast, we call on her expertise to explain various songwriting techniques (like where to find the power positions for a hook) and to analyze some specific songs, including one of my personal favorites.

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Hosted and Edited by Corey O’Flanagan

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Songfacts Podcast Spotify Playlist

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Nov 27 2020

59mins

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Goldmine: Record Store Day Black Friday

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Record Store Day co-founder Michael Kurtz calls in from his residence in Montana to talk about Record Store Day Black Friday, this year’s RSD drops (in August, September and October) and how record stores have coped during the pandemic. Take a listen to the episode, record collectors, it will only increase your enthusiasm for this year's RSD Black Friday.

Nov 27 2020

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Rock Candy Ep. 141: Music in Society - I Guess The Kids Aren't Alright

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This week we delve into the age old question, does music actually have any influence on the people that commit crimes? (Spoiler: no) We tell the tale of the TWO stories that Pearl Jam's infamous single 'Jeremy' is based on and it's cultural impact. From there we go into a few well known instances where rock music was blamed for influencing the youth to cause chaos and harm to the world around them. From Columbine to the current cancel culture, many musicians have felt the ire and grief of parents and outspoken members of the public looking to point the finger at someone for their tragic experiences. We discuss the situations and how the artists react to such heavy accusations and how this affects musical expression.

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Nov 26 2020

1hr 29mins

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Welcome to the Bass Impact Podcast!

Danny Donnelly is one of the most successful music executives to emerge from the inception of the electronic dance music scene. As the founder of Suburban Base Records which is widely credited as pioneering the genres of Jungle/Drum & Bass, and creator of Pure Music, the UKs most successful urban/dance album brand ever, Danny's knowledge and contacts in Electronic Dance Music are incomparable.

He connects with artists, DJ's and friends he has encountered over a career spanning three decades, as well as finding new emerging artists and speaking to some of the biggest names on the global stage to discuss the advancements and impact that bass music has made on popular culture.

Nov 26 2020

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What Difference Does It Make: Thanksgiving Music Favorites

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We talk turkey....and pie...and candy and occasionally about songs that make us think about Thanksgiving. This Thanksgiving episode from 2018 reminds us of how fortunate we are to have food, friends and music in our lives. We talk about Golden Girls, hippies throwing away trash and learn about the word "mondegreen". We are also very thankful to you for listening.

Check out all the songs discussed the What Difference Does It Make Thanksgiving music Spotify playlist and enter a contest to win cool prizes.

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Nov 26 2020

50mins

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Make It Stop: Thanksgiving KornuKopia with Alex Dunn and Brian Melanson

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Due to KOVID-19, Heather and Mike won't be getting uncomfortably drunk around their families this Thanksgiving, so instead they've decided to get uncomfortably drunk together over Zoom. To make it a family affair they're joined by Alex Dunn (Mike's Brother), and Brian Melanson (Heather's Pretend Dad). It's time for a tWiSteD Turkey Day 'cause we're feasting on a veritable KORNUKOPIA. The Blackout Power Hour is back. Over 60 songs, over 60 sips, it's enough KoRn to bind up your system for days on end. This episode starts off the rails and plummets off a cliff as we all rapidly become too drunk to podcast. We're sorry about this one. Happy Thanksgiving!



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Nov 26 2020

1hr 37mins

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History in Five Songs 74: Not in the Rock Hall

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In episode 74 Martin talks about what's 'Not in the Rock Hall' in these five songs: 

1. Blue Oyster Cult – “Take Me Away”

2. Bad Company – “Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy”

3. Iron Maiden – “The Wicker Man”

4. Jethro Tull - “One Brown Mouse”

5. Judas Priest – “Between the Hammer & the Anvil”


To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.com

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Nov 25 2020

36mins

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Side Jams 30: Dave Mason

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The famed singer-songwriter and co-founder of Traffic has experienced a lifetime of musical adventures. On top of his musical forays, Dave co-founded and helps run a five year-old charity called Rock Our Vets that assists men in uniform, and he also enjoys working on home improvements. (Photo: Chris Jensen.)

This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.

Nov 25 2020

27mins

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The Devil's Music 15: Roz Drezfalez

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Roz Drezfalez is a drag queen, comedian, actor and writer whose been featured on Bravo, Buzzfeed and in commercials that’ve run nationwide.She’s also the brains and beauty behind the popular paranormal podcast “Ghosted!”,-listen wherever you get podcasts. In this episode, Roz and hostess Pleasant Gehman chat about paranormal investigations, Ouija Boards, spirit communication, telekinesis and celebrity ghost sightings.

Twitter: @RozDrezfalez. Instagram: @rozdrezfalez

Patreon: www.patreon.com/rozdrezfalez

Nov 25 2020

1hr 24mins

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Started Strong, Getting Weaker

By Mikko in MPLS - Apr 11 2020
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Loved this podcast when it started, but has lost its way with less focus on quality and hosts that don’t have the depth of a mudpuddle. The John Prine “tribute” is a great example.

Too much

By ads too long - Sep 26 2019
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Way too many different podcasts.