Best Jason Isbell podcasts we could find (Updated September 2019)
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Bands Under the Radar (BUTR) is a new music podcast and radio show featuring mostly unsigned bands and indie artists. Download the BUTR app on iPhone and Andrdoid phones for FREE: http://road.ie/butrFor more info visit: http://bandsundertheradar.com
 
Bands Under the Radar (BUTR) is a new music podcast and radio show featuring mostly unsigned bands and indie artists. Download the BUTR app on iPhone and Andrdoid phones for FREE: http://road.ie/butrFor more info visit: http://bandsundertheradar.com
 
Writer embedded with insurgent do-gooders in Baltimore | in-progress: @GoucherCNFMFA| supporter: @hackbmore @impacthubbalt | book reader & critic | tw: @andrewhazlett | web: http://andrewhazlett.com
 
The Radio Ga Ga Podcast is a weekly album review podcast that explores why we like the music we like. Host Justine Piehowski dives into each album in depth, with artist backgrounds, song-by-song meanings, and notes from the recording studio. The goal of the Radio Ga Ga Podcast is to help you as the listener feel more knowledgeable and connected to the music you love, and maybe even music you didn't know you would. Available wherever you listen to podcasts. https://radiogagapodcast.com/
 
A longform interview and sometimes performance with various guests involved in the making of great music that is organic and innovative. Artists, producers, musicians, and even some industry people will be profiled in this podcast that focuses on Americana, blues, songwriters, soul, world and folk music. Enjoy!
 
Speaking Over the Mountains is a podcast about the quirks of Appalachian culture and characters. Hosts Meg and Drew speak with guests from the region about portrayals of the region in pop culture and its unique characteristics. SOtM is for Appalachians, outsiders, and those caught in between.
 
The Scarecrow of Oz is the ninth book set in the Land of Oz written by L. Frank Baum. Published on July 16, 1915, it was Baum's personal favorite of the Oz books and tells of Cap'n Bill and Trot journeying to Oz and, with the help of the Scarecrow, overthrowing the cruel King Krewl of Jinxland. (Summary from Wikipedia)Narrated by Cori Samuel, Ed Good, Gesine, Kara Shallenberg, Kira Belkin, Kelly Harmon, K.O. Munley, Lucy Burgoyne, Timothy H. VanderWall, Patrick Beverley, Riccardo, and Scott ...
 
Lost Byways is a podcast about the vagabonds, troubadours, & travelers that make up the world. We focus (mainly) on music, literature, & travels - but shy away from no subject when the mood hits. Come get lost with us!
 
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The Shins had a lot to prove with "Wincing the Night Away." This was the album that would decide whether the Shins would stay in the indie pop conversation, or if their inclusion in Zach Braff's film "Garden State" was just a brief lucky break. The Shins are a band I'm literally always in the mood to listen to, so we'll explore why that is. We' ...…
 
Part 2 of the Dennis Crouch interview. Be sure to catch Part 1 from last week first!By Steve Dawson.
 
Karen Carpenter's voice is one you know instantly, and makes you feel like the only one listening. Though on the surface the Carpenters seemed like a squeaky clean brother-sister duo, their story is wrought with family drama, painful emotional scarring, and tragedy. We'll discuss the Carpenters' rise to popularity, as well as Karen's eating dis ...…
 
This month’s guest is the remarkable bassist and T-Bone Burnett co-conspirator, Dennis Crouch. Originally from Strawberry, Arkansas, Dennis has lived in Nashville for many years. In his early years he struggled to make a living and find enough gigs to support his young family. But it wasn’t long before a fortuitous phone call changed his trajec ...…
 
Ween can feel very overwhelming to get into. Their discography is endless, their music odd, and there's an intimidating amount of vocabulary words, culture, and backstory related to these two best friends from New Hope, PA. I'm hoping to detangle it all in this episode with guest Paul Gutkowski, long-time Ween fan and host of the "God Ween Evan ...…
 
Ever wondered what Richard Feynman was like on acid? Lanier can tell you.https://www.vox.com/2018/1/16/16897738/jaron-lanier-interview
 
We've all had those songs that lodge themselves into our brains and refuse to get out. Why are we so prone to this happening, and what certain types of songs are more commonly sticky? We'll discuss a number of factors, plus the science behind what's happening in our brain when a song gets stuck, and how repetition in music feeds into a basic hu ...…
 
"Southeastern" is a stunningly beautiful album, one that will grow with me as I go through life. In this episode, we talk about Jason's upbringing in Muscle Shoals, living hard in the Drive-By Truckers, and getting sober with the help of his now-wife, Amanda Shires. We talk love songs, family, the South, Pedialyte, anchors, and redemption. I'm ...…
 
My guest this month is a Canadian-born, Austin-based guitar player of the highest calibre, Redd Volkaert. Redd grew up not far from where I did, just outside of Vancouver, Canada. He spent years cutting his teeth and learning to play in the seedy country cars of Canada, before packing up and heading south, embarking on adventures in music throu ...…
 
In Pt. II of our series, we talk about all the new characters and concepts introduced on Side B of "Village Green" and how the album became so popular after commercially failing upon release (on the same day as the Beatles' White Album, too.) We'll also discuss the Kinks' career after "Village Green," including "Lola," their transition to arena ...…
 
In the two years Ray Davies took to write this album, the Kinks went from global stars to has-beens. By 1968, focus had shifted to Jimi, The Stones, and the Beatles, and there was no place for the twee "Village Green." So how has the album since become so legendary? In this episode, we'll talk about the rocky history of the Kinks, and why they ...…
 
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In this episode, we dive deep into the viral hit "Old Town Road" and how it has become the most popular song of 2019. We'll discuss the artist, Lil Nas X, how he used the power of internet memes to get this song off the ground, and what happened when Billboard unfairly pulled "Old Town Road" from the Country charts a few months ago. Get some Wr ...…
 
https://www.washingtonpost.com/podcasts/post-reports/trumps-racist-tweets-and-the-politics-of-white-identity/
 
Today, we're opening our third eye and covering one of my all-time paradigm shifters, "Lateralus" by the progressive metal band Tool. In this episode, we'll talk about frontman Maynard James Keenan's upbringing and how that led to founding Tool, the connection of this album to sacred geometry and the planets, and all the ways this band - made u ...…
 
One of the great contemporary blues guitarists, Rick Holmstrom , joins me on the show this month. Rick has spent the last 10 years of his career burning up stages worldwide with the great Mavis Staples, but had a lengthy career as a sideman and solo artist before joining Mavis, playing with amazing artists like Billy Boy Arnold, Booker T, Rod P ...…
 
In this preview of the Bulwark's "Secret Podcast," JVL and Bulwark publisher Sarah Longwell discuss Iran and President Trump's game theory.https://podcast.thebulwark.com/secret-podcast-iran
 
It's a grab bag episode to celebrate the start of summer 2019! We'll discuss the annoying similarities between Taylor Swift’s new branding and the one Kacey Musgraves has long been curating, King Crimson’s unprecedented move to streaming services, and a guide to the recent Radiohead hack. I’m also sharing some RGG-approved additions to a sunny ...…
 
On our New Thinking podcast, Patrick Sharkey, the author of Uneasy Peace: The Great Crime Decline, the Renewal of City Life, and the Next War on Violence, discusses the wider costs of violence and the threat posed by inequality and disinvestment to the current fragile gains. He points to the signal role of community organizing and community-bas ...…
 
With "Jagged Little Pill," Alanis Morissette found a way to use her anger as a vehicle for personal and social change, contributing to a world in which we all - not just women - feel supported and understood. In this episode, we discuss her start as a pop star in Canada, the moments on this album that really surprised me, and why we may see an ...…
 
This week Jesse Walker (@notjessewalker) joins Ana Marie Cox (@anamariecox) for an exciting round of “Who’s Right and Who’s a Nut?” Jesse Walker reminds us that you don’t need a tinfoil hat to believe in conspiracy theories, and that they have surrounded us for centuries. Afterwards they talk about when conspiracy theories have been based in ma ...…
 
Mickey Raphael, Willie Nelson’s famed harmonica player, joins me on the show this month. And while he has graced the stage and recorded with Willie for over 45 years, Mickey has also racked up an incredible list of credits, working with Jason Isbell, Townes Van Zandt, Chris Stapleton, Tom Morello, Paul Simon, Snoop Dogg, Neil Young, Norah Jones ...…
 
David and Alexandra respond to Sohrab Ahmari’s essay “Against David French-ism,” discuss illiberalism on both the left and right, and finish by defending the value of civility in political debate.https://www.nationalreview.com/podcasts/ordered-liberty/episode-137-against-strawmen-and-illiberalism/
 
"Bringing Down The Horse" is a fresh Americana album that somehow avoids the trendy sounds of the mid-90s while also not sounding like a 60s or 70s throwback. It’s exactly what frontman/songwriter Jakob Dylan was going for. Though his last name is familiar, the path for the son of a generational musician wasn't easy - but he wanted it that way. ...…
 
Elton John's "Tiny Dancer" is one of those songs that seems like it's always been popular, but it hasn't always been that way. Its use in an iconic film scene brought it back to the forefront in 2000 and helped make it the pop staple it is today. We'll talk about who the Tiny Dancer is, how the song chronicles Elton's first adventure in America ...…
 
"The Suburbs" is about a place and time that can now only exist in our memories - our childhood. As Win Butler says, the album "is neither a love letter to, nor an indictment of, the suburbs – it's a letter from the suburbs." It's a punch to the feels, a reflection on friendship, the escape route to individuality, and a mirror held up to the da ...…
 
The Waves on Wil Hylton’s New York Times Magazine cover story, the zero-waste movement, and the race to limit abortion access.https://slate.com/human-interest/2019/05/the-waves-on-wil-hyltons-new-york-times-magazine-cover-story-the-zero-waste-movement-and-the-race-to-limit-abortion-access.html
 
Listen to The Ezra Klein Show episodes free, on demand. Matthew Continetti, editor-in-chief of the Washington Free Beacon, sits down with Vox senior politics reporter Jane Coaston to discuss intellectual conservatism, the legacy of William F. Buckley and Ronald Reagan, neoconservatism, and the role Donald Trump is playing in both the GOP and co ...…
 
https://www.wnycstudios.org/story/jason-isbell-will-welch-death-sex-money&sf102354694=1
 
Charlie Sykes joins Mona to chew over the past week and exult in a new project they’ve helped to create. Then Mona and Jay review the lessons of the Khashoggi story, the “woman thing,” Betsy DeVos, and much more. It’s a wide-ranging discussion!https://ricochet.com/podcast/need-to-know/talllk-or-tok/
 
The theremin is one of the most unique instruments in the world, and the only one that is played without touching it. In today's episode, we'll talk about Russian inventor Leon Theremin, and how he pulled this new sound out of thin air, literally. We'll also talk about the theremin's use in modern music like The Beach Boys and Led Zeppelin, how ...…
 
It’s the first Wednesday of the month, and as always we bring you a shiny new episode! This month’s guest is the phenomenal singer and guitar player, Alvin Youngblood Hart. I’ve known of Alvin since his debut record “Big Mama’s Door” came out in 1996, but got to know, play and tour with him a number of times since playing at a Mississippi Sheik ...…
 
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In Part II of our "Pet Sounds" series, we finish out the tracks on Side 2, discuss how the cover photo with the goats came to be, and how they came up with "Pet Sounds" for the title of such a sophisticated record. We'll also get into what happens after Brian Wilson's masterwork is released, his decade-long period under a sadistic psychiatrist, ...…
 
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After years of constantly touring with The Beach Boys, massive anxiety and stress, and a lifetime of abuse, Brian Wilson finally attempted to put into music the hopelessness, pain, and confusion he could never organize in his own mind. And the result, "Pet Sounds," was a compositional and emotional masterpiece. This album is incredibly special ...…
 
CW: Sexual AssaultGot Mueller Madness? Join Ana Marie Cox (@anamariecox) and Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) as they get up from a fetal position and debrief the Mueller Report. They begin with a quick review of the day from the perspective of the White House and various media outlets. Afterwards they talk about what it will take to defeat Trump i ...…
 
The earliest years of Taking Back Sunday marked the end of a friendship between two former best friends - John Nolan from Taking Back Sunday, and Jesse Lacey from Brand New. And "Tell All Your Friends" was the bitter, vengeful lighter fluid on the fire. In this episode, we'll go through each track to highlight the lyrics and vocal work that mad ...…
 
Most authors dream of getting traditionally published, but in today’s publishing climate it’s becoming increasingly difficult for authors to get those deals. In today’s episode Brooke and Grant dis…https://podcast.shewrites.com/how-to-pursue-a-traditional-book-deal/?fbclid=IwAR1kjc1qrOPqn-h4nMRK_CgVyIhvCXIcUOoN9kLYO5SHBFnFw2bjc2Bw320…
 
Two weeks ago, an article appeared in the New York Times Magazine called “The Tragedy of Baltimore: How an American City Falls Apart.” It was written byhttps://www.wypr.org/post/tragedy-baltimore-did-ny-times-get-it-right?nopop=1
 
My guest this month is the stellar guitarist and blues interpreter, Rory Block.Block grew up in Manhattan, immersed in the culture of the folk and blues music that was so prevalent at the time. Her father, Allan Block, ran a sandal shop in Greenwich Village in the 1960s, and the influence of the Greenwich Village folk music scene, including lum ...…
 
For the better half of the 70s, Swedish band ABBA was one of the most popular acts in the entire world. ABBA created a library of hits that still live on today, soaked in the sparkle of a decade long since gone. Though things quickly went downhill in the early 80s, ABBA saw a huge revival with the release of ABBA Gold in 1992. We'll discuss the ...…
 
In this episode, we discuss the black and white Parental Advisory label that is still today printed on the cover of albums containing explicit content. We'll discuss why & how the label was introduced in the '80s, the major backlash it received, and the musicians that stood up in front of Congress defending themselves and their peers' rights to ...…
 
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Hootie & the Blowfish came on to the scene just as grunge's mainstream moment was ending. And the timing couldn't have been better. After years of angst saturating the airwaves, four nice guys from South Carolina brought the uplifting sound we didn't know we needed. In this episode: Why Darius Rucker isn't actually "Hootie" (and who is), why no ...…
 
"Continuum" is the album that changed John Mayer's trajectory in the best way. I'm covering a lot of ground in this episode, including which song on "Continuum" single-handedly turned me into a fan of his (and why I wasn't for the longest time), how "Back to the Future" inspired Mayer to play the guitar, and the medical condition that made him ...…
 
In honor of the great Hal Blaine, this is a re-release of my 2016 interview with the legendary studio drummer and key member of the Wrecking CrewBy Steve Dawson.
 
My guest this month is one of the top producers in music today, Dave Cobb.Cobb first heard Chris Stapleton’s classic country delivery through the tinny speaker of an iPhone and was so taken he swore he’d someday work with the Kentucky-born singer. Eight years later they celebrated an all-genre Album of the Year nomination for “Traveller” at the ...…
 
John J. Miller is joined by Thomas Mallon to discuss his book, 'Landfall.'https://www.nationalreview.com/podcasts/the-bookmonger/episode-234-landfall-by-thomas-mallon/
 
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