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"I don't have stage fright, I have life fright." Indiana native Timothy Showalter -- the mind and voice behind the moniker Strand of Oaks -- has pulled no punches when it comes to combatting his own childhood trauma and lifelong anxieties through music. And while he says that touring and performing puts him in his most zen state, he has experienced…
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To say The Long Winters had some bad luck getting their music on vinyl would be an understatement: After a hurricane in the mid-2000's sent most copies of an exclusive box set into the Atlantic Ocean, the band struck a relationship last year with Bandbox -- an LP-subscription service doing limited, colored pressings of modern classics and out-of-pr…
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Slow Water is the latest release from bassist and composer Stephan Crump. In this ambitious 67 minute work, Crump explores how society uses water and addresses the question “What does water want?” as proposed by Erica Gies in her 2022 book Water Always Wins. For this project he assembled a new ensemble comprised of musicians with which he had littl…
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Esquire editor-at-large and former MTV VJ Dave Holmes discusses how his ADHD allowed him to embrace the chaos of live television, why hitting up a NYC vinyl listening bar with The Mandalorian didn't go exactly as planned, and his new podcast docuseries examining MTV's cultural impact. Subscribe to Who Killed the Video Star?: The Story of MTV wherev…
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Hello! For my day job, I host and produce Looped In: Chicago, a podcast for WBBM Newsradio. And this week, they allowed me to make an episode all about the city's ties, past and present, to the record industry. So while it's different from your typical Vinyl Emergency episode, I hope you'll find this one to be an equally engaging listen, with guest…
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This is an encore presentation of a previous episode, originally airing in December 2020. On today's show, keyboardist Derry deBorja (of Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit) talks about the musical influence of his older brother, his time as a member of Son Volt, how experimenting with a modular synth has changed how he views composition, and the 400 Uni…
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This month we join in congratulating pianist Luis Perdomo for his recent GRAMMY award for El Arte del Bolero vol. 2 in the category of Best Latin Jazz Album. In this episode of LINER NOTES, Luis recounts the musical journey from his native Venezuela and then coming to New York initially to study before transitioning into one of the most in demand p…
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A mini-semi-classic! Large's birthday continued. On our way to the Alamo. Fox News, car washes and no gummies. Three be continued... ThursdayThe12thPodcast@gmail.com Rated R. Listener discretion advised. Copyright 2024. Thank you for listening and God bless! Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thursday-the-12th/id1447422518 Websit…
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I'm sure he'll let me know if he wants this audio removed. Right. Props to 90 Day Fiance. ThursdayThe12thPodcast@gmail.com Rated R. Copyright 2024. Thank you for listening and God bless! Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thursday-the-12th/id1447422518 Website https://sites.libsyn.com/205751 https://sites.libsyn.com/205751/site A…
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Since his last visit to Vinyl Emergency in August 2020, Nashville singer/songwriter Ruston Kelly has narrowly escaped a fiery bus explosion, sold off nearly every physical stage piece from his last tour, and rehabbed an old Victorian bungalow with his own two hands. And while all of these experiences are worth talking about, today he says that bein…
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This is a cute one. Big props to Big Wreck, Candlebox, Steelheart and everyone at Hogan's Hangout on Clearwater Beach in Florida. ThursdayThe12thPodcast@gmail.com Rated R. Copyright 2024. Thank you for listening and God bless! Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thursday-the-12th/id1447422518 Website https://sites.libsyn.com/20575…
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Props to Mr. Jim Cornette the night after Halloween. ThursdayThe12thPodcast@gmail.com Rated R. Copyright 2024. Thank you for listening and God bless! Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thursday-the-12th/id1447422518 Website https://sites.libsyn.com/205751 https://sites.libsyn.com/205751/site As always, thank you to Jason Bieler, …
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Props to Sean Cunningham, Victor Miller, Paramount Pictures, Harry Manfredini, John Carpenter and Apple Music for the Essential Halloween Horror Movie Theme Songs. Three be continued... ThursdayThe12thPodcast@gmail.com Rated R. Copyright 2024. Thank you for listening and God bless! Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thursday-the-…
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A regular trio (?) of quoons. Not our best audio. There is a lot of Halloween (and Friday the 13th) music playing in the background. Props to Harry Manfredini, John Carpenter, Apple Music, KISS et al. Three be continued... ThursdayThe12thPodcast@gmail.com Rated R. Copyright 2024. Thank you for listening and God bless! Apple Podcasts! https://podcas…
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Bang! Cokkole says what? Props to WCW and YouTube. WARNING: Booker T says the n-word. Repeatedly. ThursdayThe12thPodcast@gmail.com Rated R. Copyright 2024. Thank you for listening and God bless! Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thursday-the-12th/id1447422518 Website https://sites.libsyn.com/205751 https://sites.libsyn.com/20575…
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The titles says it all. Musical interludes courtesy of StreamYard. Please subscribe for free! Three be continued... ThursdayThe12thPodcast@gmail.com Rated R. Copyright 2024. Thank you for listening and God bless! Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thursday-the-12th/id1447422518 Website https://sites.libsyn.com/205751 https://site…
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Listening to our favorite podcast, Thursday the 12th! Please subscribe for free! Three be continued... ThursdayThe12thPodcast@gmail.com Rated R. Copyright 2024. Thank you for listening and God bless! Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thursday-the-12th/id1447422518 Website https://sites.libsyn.com/205751 https://sites.libsyn.com/…
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It begins again... ThursdayThe12thPodcast@gmail.com Rated R. Copyright 2024. Thank you for listening and God bless! Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thursday-the-12th/id1447422518 Website https://sites.libsyn.com/205751 https://sites.libsyn.com/205751/site As always, thank you to Jason Bieler, EP Wolfe and Bray Wyatt et al. #RJ…
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It begins again. ThursdayThe12thPodcast@gmail.com Rated R. Copyright 2024. Thank you for listening and God bless! Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thursday-the-12th/id1447422518 Website https://sites.libsyn.com/205751 https://sites.libsyn.com/205751/site As always, thank you to Jason Bieler, EP Wolfe and Bray Wyatt et al. #RJM …
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The week of March 5 guitarist Peter Bernstein brings a quartet to the Village Vanguard in New York City that includes pianist Sullivan Fortner, bassist Doug Weiss, and the iconic drummer Al Foster. In this episode of LINER NOTES Peter expresses a genuine gratitude for being able to play music. He also offers insights on how he personally approaches…
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In bands like Volcano Choir, Pele, Vermont and Collections of Colonies of Bees, guitarist Chris Rosenau has actively sought out a unique ambiguity. Whether through off-kilter tunings, a myriad of loop pedals or long-form improvisations in 130-degree heat, he says he finds his most interesting work comes from trusting others. And that trust has buil…
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Dedicated to Large. Good afternoon. Stay tuned! Props to the great Jim Cornette, Dave Ramsey, That's My Boy, Muse, South Park, Step Brothers, 90 Day Fiance, and Jesus et al. Testing new Facebook link. ThursdayThe12thPodcast@gmail.com Rated R for language, etc. Copyright 2024. Thank you for listening and God bless! Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.a…
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While on the Milwaukee Brewers roster in 2011, major league pitcher John Axford created a buzz among indie-rock baseball nerds by forgoing the standard jock jams and using Refused's "New Noise" as his game entrance music. While exposing thousands to the Swedish hardcore band’s chaotic screams and atonal, pummeling instrumentation, the choice also g…
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As an improviser, trombonist Joe Fiedler describes himself as living half in the inside world and half in the outside world. This is evident in his new recording Will Be Fire. For this project, Fiedler collaborates with guitarist Pete McCann, tuba virtuoso Marcus Rojas, and percussionist Jeff Davis, in an elegant instrumentation that pays homage to…
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At just 16 years old, Amy Fleisher Madden was contributing to her surrounding Florida punk rock scene like a wily veteran. Through booking and promoting national bands visiting the panhandle -- as well as her DIY zine Fiddler Jones -- she had introduced, connected and championed emo, pop-punk and hardcore bands from all over, eventually leading to …
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The last several years have brought about significant change for saxophonist Loren Stillman. A lifelong New Yorker, Loren and his family did a 180, and moved to Montana several years ago. With the time afforded to him by the pandemic, Loren, having made a name for himself as an alto saxophonist focused his energies on the tenor. The fruit of his la…
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"If Nevermind was a peek into Kurt (Cobain)'s psychological/emotional world, then In Utero was a wide-open window.” This comes from today’s episode with author Michael Azerrad (Our Band Could Be Your Life: Scenes from the American Indie Underground, 1981-1991), who definitively knew better than most. Having extensive access to Nirvana between those…
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Holding down the bari chair at Saturday Night Live, performing with musicians like Christian McBride, and teaching at Julliard have saxophonist Ron Blake at full capacity. These time constraints left little time for him to focus on his own music, but fortunately he enlisted the help of his long time friend guitarist Bobby Broom and has recently rel…
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Starting as an NBC page in the mid-80’s, Jim Pitt eventually landed a dream job, for many: music booker for Saturday Night Live. From Nirvana’s debut on network television to Sinead O’Connor’s impactful and headline-making performance, Pitt booked it all starting in 1990, including mega-star appearances from Whitney Houston, Bruce Springsteen and N…
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November 28, 2020. In reverse. Jim knows. I'm serious. Please Subscribe or Follow for free! ThursdayThe12thPodcast@gmail.com Rated R. Copyright 2023. Thank you for listening and God bless! Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thursday-the-12th/id1447422518 Website https://thursdaythe12th.com/ As always, thank you to Jason Bieler an…
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This is the third of three from December 2020. Please subscribe or Follow for free! ThursdayThe12thPodcast@gmail.com Rated R. Copyright 2023. Thank you for listening and God bless! Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thursday-the-12th/id1447422518 Website https://thursdaythe12th.com/ As always, thank you to Jason Bieler and the gu…
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Logistically and artistically, R.E.M.'s 1998 album Up marked a fork in the road for their trajectory: Prior to its recording, drummer and founding member Bill Berry had amicably left the band, having suffered a brain aneurysm while on stage three years earlier, leading the remaining trio of Michael Stipe, Mike Mills and Peter Buck -- for the first …
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Very strong language but no Chimp Finger. I wondered where this audio went. Props to Tool. 12/2020 Please subscribe or Follow for free! ThursdayThe12thPodcast@gmail.com Rated R. Copyright 2023. Thank you for listening and God bless! Apple Podcasts! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thursday-the-12th/id1447422518 Website https://thursdaythe12th.…
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Bassist Christian Dillingham’s debut release as a leader, Cascades on Greenleaf Music features ten original compositions written for his Chicago based quartet. In this episode of LINER NOTES he speaks of his desire to capture the moment with this recording both in the recording process and in music that pushes the boundaries of the tradition that h…
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