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Best Bob Dylan podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Bob Dylan podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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About The Show The music on Sounds Good is a mix of legacy artists who are still making great music now (Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young, Bonnie Raitt ) deep cuts from classic artists (The Band, The Beatles, Grateful Dead, Talking Heads, REM) great contemporary artists who don' t receive commercial airplay ( Neko Case, Wilco , Jack White, Darrell Scott, The Black Keys) and those who defy the boundaries of categorization (Punch Brothers, Bela Fleck, Ry Cooder , Bill Fr ...
 
The Podcast Network for Music Lovers! Find all the shows here: Rock N Roll Archaeology, History in Five Songs with Martin Popoff, 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 in Rock, Side Jams, I Love THAT Son ...
 
Poetry has been defined as “words that want to break into song.” Musicians who make music seek to “say something”. Parlando will put spoken words (often, but not always, poetry) and music (different kinds, limited only by the abilities of the performing participants) together. The resulting performances will be short, 2 to 10 minutes in length. The podcast will present them un-adorned. How much variety can we find in this combination? Listen to a few episodes and see. At least at first, the ...
 
The Kitchen Sisters Present… Stories from the b-side of history. Lost recordings, hidden worlds, people possessed by a sound, a vision, a mission. The episodes tell deeply layered stories, lush with interviews, field recordings and music. From powerhouse producers The Kitchen Sisters (Hidden Kitchens, The Hidden World of Girls, The Sonic Memorial Project, Lost & Found Sound, Fugitive Waves and coming soon… The Keepers). "The Kitchen Sisters have done some of best radio stories ever broadcast ...
 
The StageLeft Podcast lifts the veil on the music industry by telling the stories of those with a unique vantage point. We talk to the unsung heroes behind the success and help young musicians going into an ever complex industry by gleaning advice about the working practices of the the greats from those who were in close proximity when the magic was being made. The StageLeft Podcast has featured musicians who’ve worked performed live & in the studio with David Bowie, Elvis Presley, The Beatl ...
 
Bear and a Banjo is a new musical podcast that tells the incredibly tall tale of a band that time forgot. Although history may have left them behind, Bear and Banjo rubbed shoulders with some of the greatest musical icons in history—from Leadbelly and Sister Rosetta Tharpe to Little Richard and Bob Dylan— unwittingly influencing the course of 20th century Americana. All their adventures are meticulously archived and presented by Dr. Q, played by Dennis Quaid. Bear and a Banjo features an ori ...
 
Andrew Loog Oldham began doing PR for Little Richard, Bob Dylan and The Beatles before discovering, managing and producing The Rolling Stones from 1964-1968. He also launched England’s first indie label, Immediate Records. He then went “out to lunch” for 25 years, and upon his return wrote a 3 volume memoir, STONED, 2STONED & STONE FREE and was the lead radio personality on the the Underground Garage channel on SiriusXM for over 10 years. The Sounds and Vision podcast is Andrew's latest crea ...
 
Say what you like, music just sounds better at 33rpm . . . Join Steve as he trawls through his record collection to bring you the best from the late ’60s and the ’70s. Well known and not-so-well-known songs from the likes the Beatles, the Doors, Cream, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, the Allman Brothers and many more, spinning from the decks of OAR FM.
 
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In which we ponder rock and roll stage names, the immortal gag that launched Billy Connolly, KT Tunstall versus the streaming system and best guests on chat shows - and the only British Prime Minister to ever host one. That PM and his chat show ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4kS15y5MDEKT Tunstall on the Broken Record Campaign ...https://www.b…
 
NO ENCORE returns with an absolutely packed episode for your weekend. Or week day. It's up to you when you tune in, really. This week, we look at the recently published Gender Disparity Data Report, which asks serious questions of Irish radio and women's airplay status thereof. David Tapley of Tandem Felix fame joins us on the co-host beat, the new…
 
Rebel Wilson discusses her new TV series Last One Laughing, where ten comedians are locked in room and if they laugh they get kicked out. The last one standing wins a big cash prize. The death was announced today of the actor Sir Ian Holm. Theatre critic Michael Billington pays tribute.Bob Dylan has just released a new album, Rough and Rowdy Ways. …
 
Actor/musician Danny Horn, 31, played The Kinks’ frontman Ray Davies in the West End; but it was listening to Dylan at age 14 that changed his life. Do Dylan and Davies have anything in common? Danny tells us that - in 1967/68 - “they both made love letters to versions of their own countries that never existed. And they share a mercurial way of thi…
 
Actor/musician Danny Horn, 31, played The Kinks’ frontman Ray Davies in the West End; but it was listening to Dylan at age 14 that changed his life. Do Dylan and Davies have anything in common? Danny tells us that - in 1967/68 - “they both made love letters to versions of their own countries that never existed. And they share a mercurial way of thi…
 
Host Marla Davies talks with Nathan Morin - the deodorant king of Chicago about his latest product, Grateful Dead Deodorant. Nathan is a deadhead and says the music and spirit of the Grateful Dead have influenced my company's core principles of service, veganism and organic agriculture. Join us as we talk about the power of live music, love of fest…
 
The Kanneh-Masons are an extraordinarily musical family of seven siblings who spent lockdown together at their home in Nottingham and were filmed by BBC1's Imagine. Tonight we're joined by pianist Isata and cellist Sheku, who perform live from their home, and we also talk to their mother Kadie.Open air theatre performances with socially distanced a…
 
In which we shudder to imagine life in a group with Brian Jones, David Crosby, Dennis Wilson etc, chew tobacco with Charlie Daniels, invent reggae acts, ponder the predicament of Kasabian and Lady Antebellum, remember Garry Shandling and Hitchcock's Rear Window and tell the hoary old Richard Pryor story.Subscribe to our Patreon for exclusive conten…
 
The fifty-seventh minute starts with Russell talking about real things again and ends with Russell drinking from a red cup that has beer and acid in it. We are joined by co-host Megan Coleman and guest Alan Sanders. Find Alan here: The Wilder Ride - thewilderride.com Facebook page - The Wilder Ride Find Megan here: MASH Minute - www.mashminute.com …
 
Cedrick-Michael Simmons, writer and instructor at Ithaca College, joins us to discuss his excellent article in which he debunks and dismantles the newly popular book "White Fragility" by corporate diversity trainer Robin DiAngelo. Check out the article here: https://classunity.org/racism-and-responsibilization-in-white-fragility/Follow Cedrick-Mich…
 
Sure, the NO ENCORE massive has been clamouring for a Craig Fitzpatrick solo joint, but you’re going to have to wait a bit longer. A far more appealing prospect, in truth, is the appearance of Bandwagons co-host (and all-round top-tier social media-r) Fionnuala Jones on the second mic. She’s packing her trademark positive vibes and infectious energ…
 
Great episode this week, the fellas discuss the impacts of shelter-in-place on their relationships to food, talk a bit about newly released music, and just generally catch up. Next up is an interview with The Koreatown Oddity. His new album Little Dominiques Nosebleed is a masterful self-produced concept album about his life to this point. It's uni…
 
Concerts with a cause... Join us on a trip starting in the 16th century and still continuing to this day. From festivals to live broadcasts, we explore the history and most prominent benefit concerts in history. Our social stuff: Patreon.com/rockandrollheaven Twitter: @rockandrolllt Instagram: Rockandrollheavenlt Facebook: Rock and Roll Heaven Pod …
 
Today I’m joined by the delightful and amazing Emma Watkins aka Emma Wiggle, to talk about her friends the East Pointers and their most recent album ‘Yours to Break’. How does Australia’s most iconic family entertainment unit intersect with a Canadian progressive folk outfit? Find out as Emma takes me through the story of the Newfoundland family mu…
 
Quantum 102 looks at the reality, surreality and unreality of today's news and culture. Ennio Morricone - Hong Kong - https://www.spiked-online.com/2020/07/07/meet-the-remoaner-helping-to-crush-hong-kongs-democracy/ President Kanye –https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0U2QUGKbSE The Madness - Police Massachusetts - https://disrn.com/news/massachusetts…
 
Today is the 25th anniversary of the publication of Northern Lights, the first novel in the His Dark Materials trilogy that introduced Lyra and her daemon Pantalaimon to the world. It’s been announced that a previously unseen short story by Philip Pullman about a teenage Lyra, Serpentine, will be published in October. He joins Front Row live to tal…
 
In this week's episode, we welcome former Face editor Sheryl Garratt into RBP's Zoomworld to ask her about rave and club culture – and how we got from disco to acid house to 2020's quarantine raves. Sheryl discusses her newly-reissued/revised 1999 classic Adventures in Wonderland and looks back on her journey from the NME to The Observer. Mark, Bar…
 
This album was not No Doubt's first rodeo, but it was certainly the one to put them on the map. Listen through it with us and see how it still holds up. The 90's nostalgia is strong in this one, but in all the right ways. We discover how very much Gwen Stefani wants to get married, how the band stepped up their game despite their leader quitting, a…
 
Katori Hall is a playwright from Memphis, Tennessee, whose story of a Southern strip club and the women who work in it has been adapted for television as a series called P-Valley - an “unflinching and unapologetic look” at the lives of women working at a Mississippi club called The Pynk.Cinema after lockdown. The government’s recently announced £1.…
 
Award winning filmmaker, screenwriter and author Steve Balderson has directed everyone from Academy Award nominee Karen Black and John Waters superstar Mink Stole to rock stars Jane Wiedlin of The Go-Go’s, Backstreet Boy Kevin Richardson and Mike Patton. Steve and hostess Pleasant Gehman-whose appeared in several of his films - share incredibly twi…
 
Sign on the Window isn't the Bob Dylan podcast you need, but it's definitely the one that you want! Each week we select a Dylan song at random, live with the song for a week (or two) and then get together to discuss. This week, four (!) is a crowd as Kindra returns with her brother John to talk 1989's "Series of Dreams." In this episode, you'll not…
 
This episode is dedicated with love to the memory of our dear friend Dennis Gordon. Dennis was the big booming voice on our show “bumpers” that would begin and end each chapter of Rock N Roll Archaeology. Thank you Dennis, we miss you. May the Four Winds blow you safely home. Welcome back to the second half of our big chapter telling the big story …
 
Rufus Wainwright joins us to talk about his new album, Unfollow The Rules, lockdown's threat to live music, and his online robe recitals.In the wake of the announcement of £1.57 billion investment in the arts, John Wilson speaks to Neil Mendoza, the government's Commissioner for Cultural Recovery and Renewal, about how far-reaching this rescue pack…
 
This show features the band Dearly Beloved. The band’s mainstays are Rob Higgins and Niva Chow. Rob grew up in the presence of great music. He started going to Rush concerts while he was still in single digits and hanging out with his uncle, Geddy Lee. After the death of his father, Rob really wanted to just make music with people he loved. That wa…
 
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