Rock legend Steve Jones of The Sex Pistols hosts this 2-hour open forum show where the only rule is doing whatever Jones wants. Jonesy’s Jukebox encompasses everything from groundbreaking new music of his own personal collection to current topic discussions and guest interviews of all varieties with a living room conversation vibe. Past interviews include the likes of Johnny Ramone, Eddie Vedder, Brian Wilson, Pete Townsend, Iggy Pop, Robert Plant, Courtney Love, John Waters, Common, Gary Oldman, and fellow Sex Pistols member Johnny Rotten.
Rank #1: Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders in-studio on Jonesy's Jukebox.
Rank #2: Slash on the KLOS Subaru Live Stage 12/17/19.
Jonesy is BACK with the very first episode of Jonesy's Jukebox, joined by rock legend, Slash, on the KLOS Subaru Live Stage. Listen as they go through Slash's journey into Rock & Roll fame. Jonesy also reveals the reason WHY he was missing from the air for months!
A great place to discover and relive vintage and modern rockabilly, blues, surf, roots, r&b, oldies, etc. Hear favorites and obscure tracks as well as exclusive interviews
Rank #1: 60th anniversary of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, Big Bopper plane crash/ Rockabilly N Blues Radio Hour 02-04-19.
We look back 60 years ago to that plane crash that took the lives of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper on February 3rd, 1959. We'll spin tunes from each of those along with Dion and Waylon Jennings. Dion also shares memories of Buddy, Sonny Curtis sings of the real Buddy story and we also hear a track from a recent release of Buddy Holly and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Rave on!!! Intro Voice Over- Rob "Cool Daddy" Dempsey Intro Music Bed: Brian Setzer- "Rockabilly Blues" Buddy Holly & Bob Montgomery (with Sonny Curtis)- "Midnight Shift" (alternate version with false start) Ritchie Valens- "Ooh! My Head" Dion on Buddy Holly Dion & The Belmonts- "I Wonder Why" (with studio chatter) The Big Bopper- "Chantilly Lace" Ritchie Valens- "Donna" The Crickets- "Maybe Baby" Buddy Holly (with Waylon Jennings handclaps)- "You're The One" (recorded at KLLL in Lubbock, TX) Dick Clark interview with Buddy Holly & The Crickets The Crickets- "It's So Easy" The Big Bopper- "White Lightning" Buddy Holly- "Heartbeat" Dion- "Hug My Radiator" Ritchie Valens- "La Bamba" Newsreel from plane crash Buddy Holly- "Crying, Waiting, Hoping" (recorded at Buddy's apartment 11 Fifth Ave, New York City Dec. 14, 1958) Ritchie Valens- "Boney Maroney" Dion- "Oh Boy" Sonny Curtis- "Real Buddy Holly Story" Buddy Holly & The Crickets with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra- "Rave On" Outro Music Bed: Link Wray- "That'll Be The Day"
Rank #2: Rockabilly N Blues Radio Hour- Billy Burnette interview and music.
Billy Burnette is our guest as we play music from him, his family and more!. You'll also hear his unreleased version of "All I Can Do Is Dream You" featuring Brian Setzer on guitar! Intro music bed- Link Wray- "Jack The Ripper" Johnny Burnette & The Rock & Roll Trio- "Train Kept A Rollin'" music bed- Johnny & Dorsey Burnette- "The Big House" Johnny Burnette & The Rock & Roll Trio- "Honey Hush" music bed- Duane Eddy- "Twango" Billy Burnette- "Tear It Up" Billy Burnette- "Don't Say No" music bed- The Ventures- "Apache" Dorsey Burnette- "Bertha Lou" Dorsey Burnette- "Tall Oak Tree" music bed- Johnny & Dorsey Burnette- "Rockin' Johnny Home" Billy Burnette- "Hey Daddy" (as "Billy Beau") music bed- Johnny & Dorsey Burnette- "Green Hills" Johnny Burnette- "You're Sixteen" music bed- The Ventures- "House Of The Rising Sun" Elvis Presley- "Suspicious Minds" Shawn Camp & Billy Burnette- "Burnin' Love" music bed- Kenny Vaughan- "Mysterium" Billy Burnette- "All I Can Do Is Dream You" Mick Fleetwood's Zoo- "Angel Come Home" Fleetwood Mac- "As Long As You Follow" Billy Burnette- "Oh Well" Billy Burnette- "Believe What You Say" Billy Burnette- "Everything Is Broken" music bed- Johnny & Dorsey Burnette- "Lonely Island" Johnny Cash- "A Boy Named Sue" Billy Burnette- "Ring Of Fire" music bed- Kenny Vaughan- Minuit Sur La Plage John Fogerty- "Lookin' Out My Back Door" Billy Burnette- "Rock N Roll With It" Billy Burnette- "Hot Rod Hillbilly" music bed- Johnny & Dorsey Burnette- "Bloody River" Billy Burnette- "Ready Already" Outro music bed- The Ventures- "Memphis"
Each week filmmaker Jeremy Dylan chats with a musician/songwriter about their favorite album of all time - the songs, the history and how it has influenced their own music.
Rank #1: Top 5 of 2017 - Robyn Hitchcock on Bob Dylan 'Blonde on Blonde'.
Our countdown of 2017 episodes continues with our most downloaded podcast of last year - Robyn Hitchcock on the Dylan classic 'Blonde on Blonde' ----- Legendary English singer-songwriter Robyn Hitchcock returns to the podcast to talk about an artist who’s influence has shaped his entire career - Bob Dylan and his iconic 1966 double album ‘Blond on Blonde’. We talk about why some people are obsessed with finding the literal inspiration behind every Bob line, how Robyn fell in love with Dylan at boarding school, why David Bowie was the British Bob Dylan, how the Nashville session players changed the way Dylan made records, Dylan’s knack for song titles, whether it matters what order you sing the verses to these songs in, why Visions of Johanna is Robyn’s favorite song and the difference between being ‘a Bob Dylan’ instead of ‘the Bob Dylan’. My Favorite Album is a podcast unpacking the great works of pop music. Each episode features a different songwriter or musician discussing their favorite album of all time - their history with it, the making of the album, individual songs and the album’s influence on their own music. Jeremy Dylan is a filmmaker, journalist and photographer from Sydney, Australia who has worked in the music industry since 2007. He directed the the feature music documentary Jim Lauderdale: The King of Broken Hearts (out now!) and the feature film Benjamin Sniddlegrass and the Cauldron of Penguins, in addition to many commercials and music videos. If you’ve got any feedback or suggestions, drop us a line at email@example.com.
Rank #2: Top 5 of 2017 - Harper Simon on the Beatles 'White Album'.
Between now and Christmas, we're revisiting the Top 5 Most Downloaded Episodes of 2017. First off, Harper Simon on the White Album --- We kick off 2017 at the Chateau Marmont, where I join Harper Simon for bacon, eggs and coffee to talk about the most iconic double album in pop history - the Beatles White Album. We talk about how the album shows George Harrison coming into his own, the incredible musical diversity on the record, Eric Clapton and outside players guesting on Beatles records, whether knowing the Beatles personally changes how you listen to their music, whether or not ‘Revolution 9′ should’ve been cut from the album, the lyrical directness of the songs and that time Paul McCartney taught Harper how to play ‘Mother Nature’s Son’. My Favorite Album is a podcast unpacking the great works of pop music. Each episode features a different songwriter or musician discussing their favorite album of all time - their history with it, the making of the album, individual songs and the album’s influence on their own music. Jeremy Dylan is a filmmaker, journalist and photographer from Sydney, Australia who has worked in the music industry since 2007. He directed the the feature music documentary Jim Lauderdale: The King of Broken Hearts (out now!) and the feature film Benjamin Sniddlegrass and the Cauldron of Penguins, in addition to many commercials and music videos. If you’ve got any feedback or suggestions, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nate is a record collector, music lover and vinyl maniac. Join him on his journey to discuss, share and review all things related to vinyl records. We feature stories about and interviews with musicians, artists and people of knowledge in the area of vinyl records. Additionally we share information on desirable pressings of records, how to tell a $5 pressing from a $500 pressing and care and maintenance for your cratedigging hobby. Subscribe and share with your record-nerd friends. Cheers!
Rank #1: Ep100: Henry Rollins - Record Collector.
Henry Rollins has a brilliant and diverse career, including fronting Black Flag, Rollins Band, authoring books, hosting TV shows and touring the world, however today he joins us as a fellow record collector. Henry shares about his legendary vinyl record collection, his approach to title curation, his adventures around the world looking to fill those voids in his collection and more. It's a very special episode of The Vinyl Guide so pls enjoy and share! If you like records, just starting a collection or are an uber-nerd with a house-full of vinyl, this is the podcast for you. Nate Goyer is The Vinyl Guide and discusses all things music and record-related. Web | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube
Rank #2: Ep089: The Steve Albini Interview.
With over 1000 recording credits to his name, including Nirvana, Pixies, Robert Plant & Jimmy Page, Mclusky, The Breeders, Helmet, etc, Steve Albini, recording engineer, producer, musician, songwriter, studio owner and record collector joins us to talk vinyl, finding punk rock, losing his hearing and much much more. If you like records, just starting a collection or are an uber-nerd with a house-full of vinyl, this is the podcast for you. Nate Goyer is The Vinyl Guide and discusses all things music and record-related. Web | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube
A deep dive into some of the best albums ever made with a history of the artist, recording of the album, cover art, a track by track analysis and a discussion of what happened next.
Rank #1: Ep.64 - Alexander 'Skip' Spence - Oar.
In 1968 Skip Spence tried to murder his Moby Grape bandmates with an axe under the influence of acid and black magic He was put in an insane asylum for 6 months When he was released he had pages and pages of songs so he bought a Harley drove to Nashville and recorded an album in 2 weeks Then he rode away at the age of 22 and never released another song His album was the lowest selling in Columbias history but soon became a massive influence on artists from the 90s That album was Oar
Rank #2: Ep.16 - Rancid - ...And Out Come the Wolves.
Rancids epic 90s punk record gets the treatment this week We talk about how punk ate itself at the end of the 80s and was reborn in an explosive manner in the mid 90s the idea of selling out the history of the East Bay music scene Gilman St Operation Ivy and the birth of Rancid We review all 19 tracks on this album and then discuss the rest of their career up to the current day Give em the boot
Mike Watt (solo artist, Minutemen, fIREHOSE, Iggy Pop and The Stooges) playing some tunes and doing some spiel. Assisted by brother matt and coming to you from the wild kingdom at the pleasure point, in San Pedro California! TWFPS www.twfps.com
Rank #1: 2013-04-09 The Watt from Pedro Show.
hour one:"evidence" (live) john coltrane with thelonious monk"iki" sawako"life is nothing (without you)" the exxtras"the whole of the law" kim salmon & spencer p. jones"whiskey chaser" voodoocain"maybe it's because you're an asshole" alix lambert + travis dickerson"emperor's new break" the eternals"milo" hirotaka "shimmy" shimizu"carlotta's gallop" petra haden"the meek shall inherit the mess" noh mercy"dream captain" deerhunter"transparent god" gfr"she poisoned those boys" simon birdhour two:"serpent bites the young lion" predrag delibasich"personal belongings" papier tigre"laughing like hyenas" undercover slut"I lost my baby to the guy at the bobcat bite" gregg turner"when waiting calls" the exxtras"my house" black bananas"whiskey skeleton wash" (inspired by dorosoto's "emerald building") tobacco"cherry blue boo" freescha"landscapes in the mist" dirty beaches"psycho" beasts of bourbon"begat spankus" the extract"xeno pariah" guided by voices"conjure man" kid congo powers + the pink monkey birds"alleycat" benny the jet rodriguezhour three:"jesus stop shaking the stars" the exxtras"concrete mathematics" an emergency"look, the sun is rising" flaming lips"the sun is my god" (live) queens of the stone age"silent divinity" valis"life eternal" (demo) torture town"machoires" massicot"goddess curlers" mystical weapons"deep inside" miss melvis"if you don't" spielgusher"lonely chair" now"eastasi" frute
Rank #2: 2019-06-06 The Watt from Pedro Show.
hour one:"all or nothing at all" john coltrane"bike!" trinary system"hovering" trinary system"breadcrumbs" alice bag"morningstar" sara ardizzoni"red cells" rent party"555-5555" lorn"nyc limits" blood quartet"strong urge" now"we can make music" guided by voices"infinity in a box" trinary systemhour two:"modular life" trinary system"june" ned collette"awake" chris butler"aran stories" hifiklub"open david" telomere repair"out on rte. 5" trinary system- brother matt's spin cycle -hour three:"press the button" trinary system"chinook winds" national debt"denton, tx" damien jurado"tangerine" (live) spain"somewhere the eternal" trinary system"when the dust settles" trinary system"captain's dead" (live) the coathangers"infinitum ad-infinitum" henry kaiser w/ian brighton"work it" trinary system
Rock 'n' roll all night ... and party once a week! Hosted by Pat Francis, Rock Solid is the comedy/music podcast that brings you music “both new and classic," plus lots of laughs and musical guests. Joining the fun are Producer Kyle Dodson and Pat’s hilarious rotating Co-Hosts: April Richardson, Mike Siegel, Christy Stratton and Murray Valeriano.
Rank #1: Tom "F-ing" Petty.
This week it's a 2 hour free fall down the rabbit hole as Pat and Guest Co-Host, Comedian Geoff Tate discuss every single album in the Tom Petty catalogue. Kyle Dodson produces.
Rank #2: Def Leppard.
Pat and Kyle welcome Alexi Lalas back to the Guest Co-Host chair as they discuss the music and career of the band Def Leppard.
The official Rhino Podcast, featuring deep dives into classic artists and albums, interviews with your favorite musicians, and lots of juicy behind-the-scenes stories about your favorite music. Plus, updates and music news, with new episodes bi-weekly. Subscribe now to make sure you don’t miss out!
Rank #1: Linda Ronstadt Pt. 1 – Exclusive new interview!.
The amazing Linda Ronstadt joins us to talk about her career and her new album, LIVE IN HOLLYWOOD.
Rank #2: The Cars.
On this week's episode of THE RHINO PODCAST, we talk about the remastered and expanded editions of The Cars’ CANDY-O and PANORAMA albums. Compilation Producer John Hughes goes deep with Ric Ocasek to find out why the two albums are so disparate in sound, what it was like to work with DEVO's Jerry Casale on some of their classic music videos, and The Cars' connection with the band Suicide. Like what you hear? Subscribe to THE RHINO PODCAST for interviews and music from all your favorite artists.
Patrick Foster and Jim Lenahan are two middle-aged guys who have not lost their passion for rock 'n' roll. They talk music in "Dad Rock," a weekly USA TODAY podcast.Subscribe to Dad Rock on iTunes and please rate/review us — it helps more people discover the show! You can also stream or download the show on SoundCloud, Stitcher, TuneIn or AudioBoom.Twitter: @DadRockShowFacebook: facebook.com/dadrockshowTo learn more: dadrock.usatoday.com
Rank #1: Tuesdays with Mary: Our picks for songs of 2016.
Mary and Patrick bring together friends of the podcast to discuss 15 favorite songs to cap off 2016.
Rank #2: From the Archives: Our Celebraseasonal Holidaze Spectacular.
On this week's episode from the archives of USA TODAY's Dad Rock podcast, hosts Patrick Foster and Jim Lenahan pick their favorite holiday songs, along with a few listener suggestions.
This is the Real School of Rock! The Original Rock and Roll Podcast.Interviews, music and more from a Rock and Roll Geek.All done with a Metal Sludge,Blabbermouth sense of humor For fans of Aerosmith,Cheap Trick,Wildhearts,Metallica,AC/DC,American Heartbreak,Alice Cooper,New York Dolls,Sex Pistols,Motley Crue,Starz,Runaways,Punk,Joan Jett,Suzi Quatro,Nazareth,Hanoi Rocks,D Generation,Dictators,Ramones,Kiss,Guns n\' Roses,Glam,Metal,etc.
Rank #1: Rock and Roll Geek Show 965 – Saturday Night Trainwreck.
After losing the Dwight Twilley Interview, I pulled this episode out of my ass. Lots of things were discussed and lots of music was played. Links: Support Casey’s Rap Album! Blackheart Blisters Check out the new Rock and Roll Geek Show Merchandise site! Donate to the show – Rock and Roll Geek Friends And Family Membership DONATE ON PATREON! GET THE ROCK and ROLL GEEK APP FOR iPHONE OR ANDROID! iPhone/iPad – ANDROID www.rockandrollgeek.com facebook.com/rnrgeek twitter.com/rnrgeek BUY MY DOG TREATS! CALL THE COMMENT LINE – 706-621-ROCK (7625) Butler’s Amazon Wish List Donate to the show – Rock and Roll Geek Friends And Family Membership DONATE ON PATREON! Thanks to this month’s Donors! PATREON DONORS Tim Schall – $10 Joseph Coyne – $10 Joe Pawlak – $6.66 Rodney Cross – $5 Derek Lewis – $5 Dan Gerawan – $5 Brian Springer – $5 Bette Wood – $5 Grant Farquhar – $5 Jamie Jefford – $5 Marshall York – $5 Robert Harvey – $5 Brad Shick – $5 Daniel Segan – $5 Michael Street – $5 Ken Kennedy – $5 Chiaki Hinohara – $5 Dave Slusher – $5 John Boveri – $5 Kirk Crawford – $3 Chad Burns – $2.50 Derek Coward – $2.50 Paul Roub – $2.25 Chuck Stratemeyer – $2 Metaldan – $2 Adrian Boschan – -$2 Patrick Shanahan – $2 Mike Dixon – $2 Paul Underwood – $2 Bruce McMillan – $2 Matthew Hunt – $2 Eric Stowell – $2 Bonstone – $1 Amelia Bowen – $1 Arne Stach – $1 3Legs4Wheels – $1 Jon Richardson – $1 Corey Koehler – $1 Paypal Donors Douglas Free – $20 Donald Patterson – $20 Jeff and Cheri Thieleke – $10 Ralph Miller – $10 School of Podcasting – $10 Dave Franco – $10 James Venners – $10 Jeff and Cheri Thieleke – $10 Todd Cunningham – $10 Bradley Lisko – $10 Jason Shepard – $10 James Padgett – $10 Richard Fusey – $5 Brett Garske – $5 Benjamin Mueller – $5 Richard Fusey – $5 Brett Garske – $5 Dick Schuijt – $5 Dale Roller – $5 Christopher Del Grande – $5 Jerr OCarroll – $5 Kelly Mitchell $5 Peter Spark – $5 John Ofenloch – $5 Jon Tennis – $5 Gregg Long – $5 Blake Johnston – $5 Eric Lentz – $5 Kelly Mitchell – $5 Michael Williams – $5 Deborah Dreyfus – $2 Richard Fusey – $2 Richard Strom – $5 Andrew Howe – $5 Jason Wendleton – $2 William Moffett – $2 Lasse Satvedthagen – $2 John Skiller – $2 Bradford Page – $2
Rank #2: Rock and Roll Geek Show 962 – Not Feeling Like Myself Today.
Something’s going on with my voice and I’m not feeling quite like myself today but I power through it. Songs: Ravagers – Drowning In Blood Jordan Jones (donors) Motley Crue – Ride With The Devil Cyanide Pills – Give It Up Hammered Satin – Satin Stomp RMBLR – Cannibals The Undertones – Teenage Kicks Rezillos – Destination Venus Links: Check out the new Rock and Roll Geek Show Merchandise site! Donate to the show – Rock and Roll Geek Friends And Family Membership DONATE ON PATREON! GET THE ROCK and ROLL GEEK APP FOR iPHONE OR ANDROID! iPhone/iPad – ANDROID www.rockandrollgeek.com facebook.com/rnrgeek twitter.com/rnrgeek BUY MY DOG TREATS! CALL THE COMMENT LINE – 706-621-ROCK (7625) Butler’s Amazon Wish List Donate to the show – Rock and Roll Geek Friends And Family Membership DONATE ON PATREON! Thanks to this month’s Donors! John Nashed – $50 PATREON DONORS Michael Brown – $25 Tim Schall – $10 Joseph Coyne – $10 Joe Pawlak – $6.66 Rodney Cross – $5 Derek Lewis – $5 Dan Gerawan – $5 Brian Springer – $5 Bette Wood – $5 Grant Farquhar – $5 Jamie Jefford – $5 Marshall York – $5 Robert Harvey – $5 Brad Shick – $5 Daniel Segan – $5 Michael Street – $5 Ken Kennedy – $5 Chiaki Hinohara – $5 Dave Slusher – $5 John Boveri – $5 Kirk Crawford – $3 Derek Coward – $2.50 Chad Burns – $2.50 Paul Roub – $2.25 Metaldan – $2 Adrian Boschan – -$2 Patrick Shanahan – $2 Mike Dixon – $2 Paul Underwood – $2 Bruce McMillan – $2 Matthew Hunt – $2 Eric Stowell – $2 Bonstone – $1 Amelia Bowen – $1 Arne Stach – $1 3Legs4Wheels – $1 Jon Richardson – $1 Corey Koehler – $1 Paypal Donors Timothy Schall – $25 Richard Fusey – $20 Donald Patterson – $20 Todd Cunningham – $10 School of Podcasting – $10 Dave Franco $10 Bradley Lisko – $10 Jeff and Cheri Thieleke – $10 Ralph Miller – $10 James Venners – $10 Jason Shepard – $10 John Ofenloch – $5 Andrew Howe – $5 Richard Strom – $5 Dale Roller – $5 Sigmund Haidacher – $5 Richard Fusey – $5 Brett Garske – $5 Christopher Del Grande – $5 Kelly Mitchell – $5 Jerr OCarroll – $5 Peter Spark – $5 Benjamin Mueller – $5 Dick Schuijt – $5 Jon Tennis – $5 Gregg Long – $5 Eric Lentz – $5 Blake Johnston – $5 Kelly Mitchell – $5 Michael Williams – $5 Deborah Dreyfus – $2 Lasse Satvedthagen – $2 John Skiller – $2 Richard Fusey – $2 Jason Wendleton – $2 Bradford Page – $2 William Moffett – $2
Ben Vaughn is a man of many moods -- and many hats. He produces and hosts The Many Moods of Ben Vaughn, a weekly, hour-long eclectic mix of music featuring rock, blues, jazz, folk, soul, rhythm and blues, country, bossa nova, movie soundtracks, easy listening and more, all peppered with his twisted musicological slant. His show is currently heard in seven markets and is now proudto be part of the Z107.7 family, Sundays from 3 to 4 p.m. The Many Moods of Ben Vaughn is now podcasting courtesy of KCDZ 107.7 FM. Look for the Podcast online at kcdzfm.com or in the iTunes Store.
Rank #1: Z107.7 FM Many Moods of Ben Vaughn Christmas Party - December 22, 2019.
A MANY MOODS MIXED BAG! Featuring: Merle Haggard, Chuck Berry, Dean Martin, Ween, Arthur Lyman, James Brown, George Jones, Beach Boys, Lightnin' Hopkins, Vince Guaraldi, Otis Redding, Singing Dogs, Elvis Presley, Darlene Love, The Sonics, Eartha Kitt, The Ventures, Gene Autry, Arthur Lyman, and Otis Redding.
Rank #2: Z107.7 FM Many Moods of Ben Vaughn #278 - June 17, 2018.
A MANY MOODS MIXED BAG! Featuring: Flamin Groovies, Terry Callier, Dean Martin, Van Morrison, Vashti Bunyan, Lloyd Chambers, Brinsley Schwarz, Louis Jordan, Jim Ford, Jimmy C Newman, Prince Buster, Mississippi John Hurt 66, Young-Holt Unlimited, Ted Taylor, Tom T Hall, The Rolling Stones, Junior Parker, Fred Neil. All coming to you from the Relay Shack!
A podcast about rock and/or roll.
Rank #1: 048 - DOKKEN.
BJ is joined once again by Greg Renoff, author of the forthcoming book Van Halen Rising, but this time to discuss one of BJ's favorite bands growing up: Dokken.
Rank #2: 116 - HEADBANGERS BALL.
With the debut of Headbangers Ball in April of 1987 MTV began devoting an entire three hour block every Saturday night to nothing but hard rock and heavy metal. Are you ready for a blast from the past? Let's go back and experience a moment in time: Saturday into Sunday morning, October 8th into October 9th, 1988. For your listening enjoyment BJ has engineered an audio recreation of the entire episode of Headbangers Ball from that night.
Hosted by Light In The Attic staffers, this podcast tells the stories behind Light In The Attic releases. Episodes center around interviews with musicians, music industry creatives, and other interesting characters within the Light In The Attic community. You will hear music and liner notes from LITA releases and get to know the people making your records.
Rank #1: Hazlewoodology.
In episode four, we take you on a wild ride through the wonderful world of Lee Hazlewood. This in-depth look at the life and tunes of the legendary mustachioed cowboy crooner is the first of its kind and features incredible insight thanks to our guest host, Hunter Lea — a Hazlewoodologist. Push play to hear all about Hazlewoodism, its cause, and its cure. Guest Producer & Host: Hunter Lea Mastering: Hunter Lea Intro & Outro Host: Morgan Chosnyk Creators/Coordinators: Matt Sullivan & Jackie Allen Opening Credit Song: Jim Sullivan - "Highways"
Rank #2: Low Down With Flea & Amy-Jo.
Episode 3 is finally here and it's all about our recent jazz soundtrack release, Low Down. Listen in on a conversation between Flea (co-producer & co-star of the Low Down film) and author Amy-Jo Albany (whose memoir about growing up with her dad, legendary jazz pianist Joe Albany, sparked the film). They talk about their shared experiences growing up with drug-addicted jazz musician fathers in the Los Angeles of the 60s & 70s. They also talk about hitchhiking, that one time Flea chased Amy-Jo around a supermarket, and the strange relationship between pain and beauty. We've included many musical interludes of Joe Albany's enchanting ivory-tickling, and Amy-Jo reads us a few passages from her brilliant book: Low Down: Junk, Jazz & Other Fairy Tales From Childhood. Have a listen to episode 3 right here on iTunes!
One hour; 23 or 24 soul 45s.
Rank #1: I'll bet you from Jul 26, 2019.
Chuck Edwards - "Downtown Soulville" - 45 Music behind DJ: Brother Lee Roy - "Rollin' Rock" - 45 Art Neville - "Too Much" - 45 Art Neville - "Hook, Line and Sinker" - 45 Art Neville - "Lover of Love (Pt. 1)" - 45 Art Neville - "Arabian Love Call" - 45 Art Neville - "Come Back Love" - 45 Music behind DJ: Art Neville - "Lover of Love (Pt. 2)" - 45 Art Neville - "That Rock & Roll Beat" - 45 Art Neville - "You Won't Do Right" - 45 Art Neville - "What's Going On" - 45 Art Neville - "My Babe" - 45 Art Neville - "Bo Diddley (Pt. 1)" - 45 Art Neville - "I'm Gonna Put Some Hurt on You" - 45 Music behind DJ: The Meters - "Dry Spell" - 45 John Wesley - "Love Is Such a Funny Thing" - 45 Bill Pinkney and the O.D.'s - "Can You Forgive (If You Can't Forget)" - 45 Rose St. John and the Wonderettes - "And If I Had My Way" - 45 The People's Choice - "Savin' My Lovin' for You" - 45 Gambrells - "Find a Love" - 45 Music behind DJ: The Steptones - "Stepin High" - 45 Theresa Lindsey - "I'll Bet You" - 45 Henry Lumpkin - "Soul Is Takin Over" - 45 Marvin L. Sims - "Talkin' 'Bout Soul" - 45 Music behind DJ: The Meters - "Ease Back" - 45 http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/87307
Rank #2: Soulville from Aug 17, 2018.
Aretha Franklin - "Soulville" - Queen in Waiting Music behind DJ: Gus Jenkins - "Mellow Mood" - 45 Aretha Franklin - "Are You Sure" - 45 Aretha Franklin - "Runnin' Out of Fools" - 45 Aretha Franklin - "Won't Be Long" - Queen in Waiting Aretha Franklin - "One Step Ahead" - 45 Aretha Franklin - "Lee Cross" - Queen in Waiting Aretha Franklin - "Mockingbird" - 45 Music behind DJ: Lloyd Williams - "Burning Up" - 45 Joe Tex - "I Wanna Be Free" - 45 The Companions - "Be Yourself" - 45 The Royal Premiers - "I Can Make It If I Try" - 45 Monroe Taylor - "Proud Guy" - 45 Music behind DJ: Unknown - "The Uptown" - 45 C.J. Leach - "Branded" - 45 Jean Stanback - "If I Ever Needed Love" - 45 The Diplomats - "Honest to Goodness" - 45 The Charles IV - "We Can Do Some Business" - 45 Music behind DJ: Ramsey Lewis - "Bear Mash" - 45 Fuller Brothers - "I Want Her By My Side" - 45 Tyrone Davis - "What If a Man" - 45 Harvey Scales & the 7 Sounds - "Get Down" - 45 Music behind DJ: Southwind Symphony - "Coming Home" - 45 Aretha Franklin - "Love Is the Only Thing" - 45 http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/80868
An audio essay on Bob Dylan's albums, one at a time.By Ben Burrell.Follow us: IG & TW: @bobdylanpodcast
Rank #1: 5: 'Highway 61 Revisited Part 1'.
Here we go.....let's get stuck into this classic album!Support the podcast, buy me a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/benburrellOr Paypal me: https://paypal.me/benburrellpodcastsinstagram: https://www.instagram.com/bobdylanpodcast/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/bobdylanpodcast // https://twitter.com/benburrellDisclaimer:I do not own any of the music used in this podcast. It is used for education and discussion purposes under fair use law.
Rank #2: 1: 'Another Side Of Bob Dylan'.
This is a fascinating transitional record that is let down but its recording session, but is important for Bob none the less. Support the podcast, buy me a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/benburrellOr Paypal me: https://paypal.me/benburrellpodcastsinstagram: https://www.instagram.com/bobdylanpodcast/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/bobdylanpodcast https://twitter.com/benburrellDisclaimer:I do not own any of the music used in this podcast. It is used for education and discussion purposes under fair use law.