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Best Recordstoredayrecordsmusicvinylpopculture podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Recordstoredayrecordsmusicvinylpopculture podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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On Episode 16, we pay a virtual visit to Kauai to speak with visionary musician and music producer Todd Rundgren, who shares his big thoughts on technology, remote collaboration, virtual touring, and working with Daryl Hall, Donald Fagen, and the late Hal Willner. We also check in with Terry Cole at The Plaid Room in Ohio, and Luke Sardello at Jose…
 
Episode 15! Jason Isbell Zooms in from Nashville to talk about Muscle Shoals, recovery, John Prine, Janet Jackson, and his new album Reunions. We also meet Lolo Reskin of Sweat Records in Miami, and David Macias of Thirty Tigers explains the many things they do for indie music. As always, Carrie Colliton checks in from RSD HQ to explain "RSD Drops"…
 
The Podfather himself, Marc Maron, host of the popular WTF with Marc Maron podcast visits us remotely from his famous garage to talk about records, The Beatles, The Stones, The Blues, and his timely Netflix special End Times Fun. Plus, we place store calls to Matt Vaughan at Easy Street Records in Seattle, Washington, and Dempsey Hamilton at Mobius…
 
On Episode 13 we get on the phone with Susanna Hoffs from L.A. and talk about records, plus her work with David Roback, The Bangles, Emitt Rhodes, and Matthew Sweet. We also check in with Carrie Colliton at RSD HQ and touch base with Terry Currier at Music Millenium in Portland, and Scott Farrell at Down In The Valley in Minneapolis. Sponsored as a…
 
Episode 12 features Paul's fascinating conversation with the brilliant London ex-pat, Robyn Hitchcock, discussing London, record stores, Syd Barrett, Soft Boys, Andy Partridge, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, and his current life in Nashville with Emma Swift and their cats. We also check with Carrie Colliton over at RSD HQ in North Carolina, addressing the…
 
It's Episode 4 of the Record Store Day Podcast, and you've got a friend in us. After an exciting RSD Black Friday, Paul touches base with old friends and new ones, as we step into the Holidays with new music and conversations with Kiefo Nilsson, who talks about playing on his dad Harry Nilsson's first album in nearly 40 years, Losst And Founnd, the…
 
Since we only drop new shows every two weeks, this episode is our last chance to feature some of the exciting RSD Black Friday Exclusive Releases out on November 29. This is Episode 3, and fittingly, we have THREE great guests to talk about their wares. Legendary English producer Nick Lowe chats about the 40th anniversary RSD edition of "Cruel To B…
 
Yay! We made it to Episode 2 of The Record Store Day Podcast with Paul Myers, and thank you to everyone who listened to Episode 1 (Tony Visconti). If you haven't done so already, please consider subscribing to us, wherever you get your podcasts. We'll post new episodes every two weeks. In this music-packed episode, we get closer to Record Store Day…
 
From people who bring you Record Store Day, this is the debut episode of The Record Store Day Podcast with Paul Myers. Every two weeks, we'll have official RSD news and information plus interviews with Paul's guests, from a wide variety of fields and backgrounds, all of whom discuss personal their personal stories of record store culture and relate…
 
From the people who bring you Record Store Day™, it's the Record Store Day Podcast, a bi-weekly celebration of record store culture, hosted by acclaimed musician and journalist Paul Myers (author of A Wizard A True Star: Todd Rundgren In The Studio, and more). Each episode features news and events from around the Record Store Day world, and Paul's …
 
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