show episodes was founded in 2015 by guitarist Aram Bajakian. Having spent more than a decade as an active member of NYC's scene, and performing with a diverse range of artists (Lou Reed, John Zorn, Diana Krall, Malcolm Mooney from Can) Bajakian wanted to find a way to give back some of what he had learned to the music community. Thus, the online guitar masterclass, was born. The podcast allows subscribers to ask questions to guitarists that play outsi ...
Join Elvis Costello as he recounts the first 10 years of his career.
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In this podcast guitarist and founder Aram Bajakian (Lou Reed, John Zorn, Malcolm Mooney of CAN) talks to Bill Frisell. What can be said about Bill except that everyone who has ever heard him has wondered how he's able to make the guitar sound so beautiful. During the course of his career, Bill has worked with John Zorn, Paul ...…
In this podcast guitarist and founder Aram Bajakian (and guitarist for Lou Reed, Diana Krall, John Zorn) talks to Marc Ribot. During the course of his career, Ribot has worked as a sideman with an impressive lineup of artists, most notably as the sound smith behind many of Tom Waits' classic recordings. In addition to the doze ...…
The guitar tones of Paul Rigby can be heard all over Neko Case's haunting albums. What makes them so great is that they sound weird, and yet still manage to work with the song. In this interview, guitarist and founder Aram Bajakian (and guitarist for Lou Reed, Diana Krall, John Zorn) asks Paul questions gleaned from OutsideGui ...…
Bill Flanagan, from MTV Networks, breaks down "This Year's Model Deluxe Edition."
"Blood and Chocolate" is discussed.
Elvis hits a rough spot with the Attractions, goes acoustic and records "King of America."
Recordings "Imperial Bedroom" thru "Goodbye Cruel World" are discussed plus more.
Recordings "This Year's Model" thru "Almost Blue" are discussed.
Elvis talks song writing, compositional influences and pop music.
Elvis breaks down Watching The Detectives, talks proper record making and the Attractions.
Elvis talks Clover, The Attractions and his classic song "Alison."
Elvis meets producer Nick Lowe, records his first album, forms the Attractions and much more.
Elvis talks influences, becoming an artist and changing his name.
Elvis takes us back to his childhood and talks about music, his parents, songwriting and recording “My Aim Is True."
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