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A monumental, ongoing project to release mixtapes for every year of recorded sound, piecing together the entire history of sound from lampblack to shellac then vinyl and onward - part found audio project, part historical documentary, a listening experience that’s as pleasurable as it is educational.
 
It's all prog rock, all the time! Giant art rock nerds Jeremy Parish, James Eldred, and Elliot Long gather together to hash out the art of progressive rock. From its roots in the ’60s to the best modern interpretations of the form, the only rule here is that each episode fills at least one full side of an LP and contains plenty of pretentious solos.
 
A music podcast featuring samples of jazz from in it's earliest forms all the way through it's many evolutions over the years. Expect to hear music from the earliest recorded examples all the way through the 80's. No borders here folks! All the music is from the personal vinyl collection of Mark E. Kaylor. Also some commentary etc.
 
The Carolina Shout is a podcast about ragtime, New Orleans jazz, Harlem stride piano, and swing. Ethan Uslan is the pianist and host who performs live from his living room and offers up fun commentary and stories about the music. Each episode is a short informal private concert just for you, with occasional special guests and experts. So if you are interested in a podcast about rip-roarin American piano music that’s funny, quirky, a little educational but not too much, here it is!
 
Soup for breakfast?! That's right! Just like a bowl of soup in need of broth, no day is complete without a hearty serving of funk and soul. After the broth, your ramen is going to need noodles. After an hour of funk and soul, the wordsmiths of our age roll out the dough of life and cut it into slurp-able strips. And while you can expect every bowl of ramen to have noodles and broth, it is the differences between each recipe, the varietal galaxy of ingredients keeps you coming back for more. ...
 
UNSEEN is the new urban fantasy audio fiction podcast by Long Story Short Productions. The premise behind it is simple: in a world where magic is real but invisible to almost everyone, for the few magical beings that exist every day is a struggle just to be seen. Season one of UNSEEN will feature ten different stories of identity, connection, and personhood (and, of course, magic) in the modern world. Some of them will be thrilling adventures. Others may be sad and melancholic. Some may be c ...
 
The Jazz Treasury Podcast is devoted to exhibiting the best of jazz history in the format of an auditory tour of America’s richest indigenous music. Bi-weekly a different aspect of jazz will be presented. It may be a portrait of a musician such as Duke Ellington or John Coltrane. It could be a specific instrument like the bass or trumpet. We may visit a jazz city like Chicago or New Orleans. Other exhibits will focus on genera such as bebop or swing. Your curator and tour guide, Rich Sylvest ...
 
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Dan Aykroyd has seen Afterlife, Variety dives into Kate McKinnon’s anxieties (and how they inspired a certain Ghostbuster), and is Trevor changing the oil on the car in the middle of nowhere? That’s right, it’s another week and another episode of the Crossrip. We’re starting out with all the news fit to speak including Dan Aykroyd’s toast and comme…
 
Hello, hello Am-Dram-Fam, and welcome to the award-nominated podcast, In this episode, we talk about Jaz's pick for Album of the week - Company (2018 London Cast Recording) - https://open.spotify.com/album/6cVS8HE0DLAHwcT1e4qixE We see what 'Album of the week' Lucie picks next. Tom gives us a special review in the Movie Musical Section of Mamma Mia…
 
We begin a new miniseries, focusing on character songs -- those moments when the spotlight falls on a single character and we get a chance to look inside their heart and soul. Fittingly enough, we're beginning with "Soliloquy," the centerpiece aria from Rodgers & Hammerstein's classic Carousel. All clips are from the 2018 revival recording featurin…
 
James P. Johnson - "You've Got to Be Modernistic" Billiken Johnson with Neal Roberts - "Sun Beam Blues" Gus Bodenheim - "Delbarton Injury Law™" Ruth Etting - "At Sundown" Boots & His Buddies - "How Long Blues, Pt. 1" Meade Lux Lewis - "Doll House Boogie" Gene Krupa & His Orchestra ft. Leo Watson - "Do You Wanna Jump, Children?" Flip the Frog - "The…
 
Fats Waller & His Rhythm - "Sad Sap Sucker Am I" Don Redman & His Orchestra - "Doin’ What I Please" Gus Bodenheim - "123 and Me™" Sophie Tucker - "Hollywood Will Never Be the Same" Boots & His Buddies - "A Salute to Harlem" Earl "Fatha" Hines - "Caution Blues (Blues in Thirds)" Eddie Lang, Joe Venuti, and Frank Signorelli - "Wild Cat" Victoria Spiv…
 
It’s another Dic Peeks episode commentary, and this week we’re talking about the creepy Extreme Ghostbusters classic, “Deadliners.” One part Hellraiser, another part Lovecraft, and a dash of Goosebumps and R.L. Stein make this a perfect indication of the type of series Extreme Ghostbusters had the potential to be only a mere handful of episodes in.…
 
This week on the show, we’re joined by KiSS Radio host Kevin Lim to chat about the music of Ghostbusters! From our first memories of the original soundtracks, to Bobby Brown fueling childhoods and summers, we take a deep dive into all the tracks on the first three pop soundtracks. Then in the second half of the show, we speculate on things that we …
 
Hello, hello Am-Dram-Fam, and welcome to the award-nominated podcast, In this episode, we talk about Lucie's pick for Album of the week - The Bodyguard the Musical (World Premiere Cast Recording) - https://open.spotify.com/album/4E85kmdjM4kbr6o71i9g1x We see what 'Album of the week' Jaz picks next. Tom gives us a special review in the Movie Musical…
 
We complete our second annual Sondheim miniseries by looking at "Unworthy of Your Love," the troubling pastiche of 70s love duets from Assassins, one of the most unsettling musicals ever produced. It's more fun than it sounds like! All clips are from the 2004 Broadway Cast Recording featuring Alexander Gemignani and Mary Catherine Garrison and are …
 
Camille Howard - "Fire-Ball Boogie" Putney Dandridge - "Here Comes Your Pappy (With the Wrong Kind of Load)" Gus Bodenheim - "Codgercoin™" Fats Waller - "Fair and Square" Boots & His Buddies - "How Long Blues, Pt. 2" George Formby - "Auntie Maggie's Remedy" Sam Ulano - "Drum's Fairy Tales (The Three Bears)" Jabo Williams - "Jab's Blues" The Brox Si…
 
Layton & Johnstone - "The Argentines, the Portuguese and the Greeks" Ikey Robinson Band - "Rub Me Some More" Babe Ruth - "Buy "Ectable" Annuities" Betty Grable and Dan Dailey - "It's Deductible" Clevis Multrum & the Paregoric Harmonizers - "The House that Was Built from the Upstairs Down" Putney Dandridge - "You're a Heavenly Thing" Frantic Faye Th…
 
This week on the show, we’re catching up on all that we weren’t able to chat about the last couple weeks with the 300th episode celebration! On the Afterlife front, Jason Reitman confirms November in theaters date, Ernie Hudson has seen the movie, Annie Potts calls the experience of making the movie “trippy,” and the onslaught of Mini-Puft merch ha…
 
Be Advised: The following episode contains depictions of body horror and fantasy violence. A young woman recounts her quest to become a sorcerer's apprentice. Starring Lisette Alvarez as Verena Morisseau. Written by Jordan Cobb. Directed by Sarah Shachat. Script Editing by Gabriel Urbina and Sarah Shachat. Original Music by Alan Rodi. Sound Design …
 
The Crossrip 300th celebration continues with the full and unabridged audio interviews with Eric Reich of Ghost Corps and the Yes Have Some podcast crew! Join us as we talk Ghostbusters Afterlife, Mini-Pufts, and all the things that we love and would recommend to all our listeners. All that plus a few of your voicemails. Get ready!…
 
Hello, hello Am-Dram-Fam, and welcome to the award-nominated podcast, In this episode, we talk about Jaz's pick for Album of the week - Ragtime: The Musical (Original Broadway Cast Recording) - https://spoti.fi/3vJFNTc We see what 'Album of the week' Lucie picks next. Tom gives us a special review in the Movie Musical Section of Shrek the Musical o…
 
"Please Hello" is from the neglected Sondheim masterpiece Pacific Overtures and is one of the wildest, funniest, and most complicated songs we've ever covered--and maybe one of the best? Learn more about the Asian American Arts Alliance. All clips are from the 1976 Original Broadway Cast Recording featuring Yuki Shimoda, James Dybas, Ernest Harada,…
 
Okay, so this is weird. TECHNICALLY it’s THIS episode that is our 300th. But on this Wednesday, April 14th at 9pm Pacific on our YouTube channel, THAT is our 300th episode? Confused? So are we. But we didn’t want the audio feed to go hungry this week so Chris has put together a little episode looking back at the first 300 episodes to get you ready …
 
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