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Best Joseph Vella podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Joseph Vella podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
Updated August 2020
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Celebrating the Artistry and Recordings of John Coltrane
Celebrating Thriller @ 25
The Book of Lies Companion Soundtrack Podcast
The Miles Davis Podcast
Legendary singer and songwriter Leon Ware talks about his new album Moon Ride.
Guitarist Pat Metheny talks about his recorded works, guitars and more on this up close and personal series.
Herbie Hanocks talks making music, Joni Mitchell and more.
Return To Forever - The Anthology, Reunion and Tour
Join Billy Bob Thornton as he talks about the music that shaped his life, drumming, song writing, recording and the stories that inspired his most recent album, Beautiful Door.
Secrets and Stories - The true myths behind the music of The Real Tuesday Weld and The Clerkenwell Kid.
Celebrating the greatest jazz singer of all time - Ms. Ella Fitzgerald. Join Phil Ramone, Lizz Wright, Dave Koz, Ruben Studdard, Monica Mancini, Take 6, Jon Faddis and George Duke as they share their experiences with Ella.
2009 is the 50th anniversary of American’s greatest record label and global music icon – Motown! Celebrate the anniversary with this podcast series featuring rare and intimate conversations with Motown legends, producers, songwriters and singers.
Join Elvis Costello as he recounts the first 10 years of his career.
"Stage Door Johnny: John Miller Takes on Broadway" is a witty andunconventional take on the Broadway songbook from New York's top bassist andmusic coordinator for nearly 100 Broadway and Off-Broadway musicals.
An Intimate Tour Through The Music of Yo-Yo Ma
Pat breaks down the track "We Go On" from KIN.By Pat Metheny
Pat Metheny Unity Group: "On Day One" CommentaryBy Pat Metheny
Pat Metheny Unity Group" "Rise Up" CommentaryBy Pat Metheny
Pat Metheny Unity Group" "KIN" CommentaryBy Pat Metheny
Pat talks about the title & symbol for KIN.By Pat Metheny
Pat discusses the composing process for KIN.By Pat Metheny
Pat talks about the Unity Group and the recording Kin.By Pat Metheny
Pat talks about the recording and musicians featured on 80/81.By Pat Metheny
Pat breaks down the Unity Band.By Pat Metheny
Pat and guitar legend Jim Hall discuss their duet recording.By Pat Metheny and Jim Hall
Pat, Larry Grenadier & Bill Stewart discuss the experience of playing and recording together as a trio.By Pat Metheny
Pat talks about the genesis of the solo work: What's It All About.By Pat Metheny
Composer and arranger Maria Schneider discusses the famous collaborations between Miles and her mentor Gil Evans.By Maria Schneider
Multi-talented artist Henry Rollins talks about the influence of Miles.By Henry Rollins
Trumpeter and music educator Mike Metheny shares his first memories of Miles and provides deep insight into the jazz legend’s improvisational genius.By Mike Metheny
Musician and remix extraordinaire Bill Laswell shares his thoughts on Miles and his experience reconstructing the legendary music of the master on the innovative recording "Panthalassa-The Music of Miles Davis."By Bill Laswell
Randy he shares his impressions and passion for the famed trumpeter’s profound music and artistry.By Randy Brecker
Pianist Steve Kuhn speaks passionately about the first great Miles Davis Quintet.By Steve Kuhn
Versatile guitarist Nels Cline (Wilco, The Nels Cline Singers) talks about the influence of Miles on his artistry.By Nels Cline
Versatile trumpeter Chris Botti shares his passion about Miles, his music and legacy.By Chris Botti
Trumpet sensation Christian Scott shares his introduction to Miles.By Christian Scott
Marcus Miller tells the fascinating story of how he came to know Miles and shares his impressions about his tenure with the man with the horn.By Marcus Miller
Frances Davis shares her personal recollections of her life with Miles.By Frances Davis
Jazz legend and Saxophone Colossus, Sonny Rollins, shares his remembrances of his friend and musical colleague Miles Davis.By Sonny Rollins
Guitarist Derek Trucks talks about the impact Miles had on his artistry.By Derek Trucks
Pat talks about the Orchestrion project.By Pat Metheny
Chairman Berry Gordy Jr. reflects on the Motown Legacy.By Berry Gordy Jr.
Pat talks about the track Estupenda GracaBy Pat Metheny
The all-time classic Motown anthem "My Girl" is explored.By Smokey Robinson, Otis Williams and Paul Riser
Pat and Lyle comment on the track It's For You.By Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays
Pat and Lyle comment on the track September Fifteenth.By Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays
Pat and Lyle comment on the track Ozark.By Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays
Pat and Lyle comment on the track: As Falls Wichita, So Falls Wichita FallsBy Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays
Award-winning choreographer Toni Basil shares her love for Motown's moves.By Toni Basil
Pat and Gary comment on the track "Walter L" from the Quartet Live recording.By Pat Metheny and Gary Burton
Stevie Wonder talks about the inspiration behind, and the making of, the #1 hit "Skeletons" and the ballad "Dark-N-Lovely."By Stevie Wonder
Pat and Gary discuss their musical union and the album, Quartet Live.By Pat Metheny and Gary Burton
Original Supreme member Mary Wilson shares the story of creating the chart-topping hit "Where Did Our Love Go."By Mary Wilson
Film director Lawrence Kasdan and his wife Meg discuss how they made the most of Motown music in the classic film The Big Chill.By Lawrence and Meg Kasdan
The Temptations' Otis Williams reflects on the group's timeless No. 1 hit, "Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)."By Otis Williams
Renaissance man Henry Rollins praises Motown and founder and Chairman Berry Gordy.By Henry Rollins
OWWW! The Commodores' Walter "Clyde" Orange breaks down their big hit "Brick House," from concept to the top of the charts.By Walter "Clyde" Orange
Vibe magazine music editor Sean Fennessey discusses the elegance of Motown as well as his experience growing up with the sounds of Michael, Stevie, Smokey and Boyz II Men.
Award-winning songwriter, and Motown fan, Diane Warren is featured.
John talks about reinventing classics from Broadway on his album Stage Door Johnny.By John Miller
John talks about developing his skills on upright and electric bass and his introduction into to the musical world of Broadway musicals.By John Miller
Saxophonist David Sanborn talks Junior Walker, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder and more.
Medeski, Martin and Wood, the funky acid-jazz trio with deep Motown influences, reflect on their personal Motor City music memories.
Hip-hop pioneer Q-Tip celebrates his all-time favorite Motown track, Diana Ross' "Love Hangover."
In a rare collaborative interview, longtime Motown composers Pam Sawyer and Marilyn McLeod discuss the creation of their mega-hit "Love Hangover."