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We plunder the archives to bring you Part 1 of an interview with Steve Winwood and we talk to former Island Records Press Officer Neil Storey who recounts the first time he was introduced to U2. The Cramps and BBC's Mark Radcliffe share some great stories from the heyday in music. We plunder the archives with 'Way Back Then' to hear a 1986 intervie…
 
The eighty-second minute starts with William playing coy with Penny and ends with yelling at Penny about being sweet. We are joined by guest Courtney Coulson and co-host Aaron Stark. Find Courtney here: Website - Travian Designs Facebook page - 60 Seconds to Comply YouTube - 60 Seconds to Comply Website - Prometheus by Minute Find Aaron here: Twitt…
 
Russ Borris, Music Director at WFUV in New York enters our virtual studios and immediately throws down some knowledge. 1) "Duran Duran is Life" 2) Flight of The Conchords are Hall & Oates 3) When it comes to Masters of The Universe, Leech is so much cooler than Moss Man. He also asks the important questions like, "What is the difference between an …
 
Megyn Kelly is joined by Tim Pool, host of the Timcast IRL and Tim Pool Daily Show podcasts, to talk about Big Tech bias and censorship, free speech in 2021, the dishonesty of the establishment media, what he learned working at legacy media outlets, the rise and reach of independent media, Kenosha, Jacob Blake and Kyle Rittenhouse, how Pool got his…
 
Rock music rarely see acceptance by the mainstream music industry and when it does it's usually short-lived. When it does happen, the mainstream retroactively celebrates a rock artist or band decades after their prime success. The refusal to acknowledge the musicianship and talent during these prime years leave rock music fans screaming for vindica…
 
Episode #38 Mike & Ben from Royal Blood checked in with Mistress Carrie from London, to talk about their upcoming new album Typhoons, music festivals, musical influences, writing styles, creativity during lockdown, fear, experimentation, vinyl, and even the weather. Thanks to DCU & MistressCarrie.com for sponsoring this episode. Check out the custo…
 
Jerry was the victim of religious persecution, Joseph flexes his rap skills, and Rage Against The Machine is awesome! Please visit us at http://thegrungepodcast.com. Also, find us on all social media platforms, as well as our Patreon page at http://patreon.com/thegrunge. This show is a part of Pantheon Podcasts.…
 
On this episode of Audio Judo, Matthew and Kyle tackle the Steely Dan classic "Aja." If you like what you hear and want to support the podcast, you can become a Patreon supporter (starting at just $3/month): https://www.patreon.com/audiojudo You can also buy some swag with our logo on it: https://www.teepublic.com/user/audio-judo-podcast As always,…
 
James Divine, also known as Divine Hand Jim, is a master palm reader, psychic, witch and metaphysical teacher. In this episode, James and hostess Pleasant Gehman literally “talk to the hand”. James teaches listeners basics for reading their own palms before analyzing the hands of celebrities, from David Bowie, movie stars and popular reality show p…
 
In the "bad bitch" community (think Cardi B), there's not much room for insecurity or empathy. That's why Bailey Bryan has branded herself a "sensitive bad bitch," creating a sub-genre that is confident, but also in tune with real emotions. Bryan is just 22 but has already ripened past her jaunty first single, "Own It," released in 2017 when she wa…
 
Every journey ends. When it ends, it's the legacy that matters most. For Adam Yauch, it was quite the legacy. Join us for the end of the journey. In this, our final chapter, we remember the life of a musician, filmmaker, humanitarian, and of course, MC from NYC. He was MCA, Nathaniel Hornblower, and in every way, a heavy hitter. Available courtesy …
 
Megyn Kelly is joined by Tulsi Gabbard, former Congresswoman and host of the forthcoming podcast, "This Is Tulsi Gabbard," to discuss what she learned when she got to Washington D.C., the obsession in D.C. with winning at all costs, what she learned when she crossed The Clintons, her own #MeToo experience in the military, her friendship with former…
 
Tamar Aphek has been called Israel’s guitar goddess. Her music is a wild combination of styles and genres. She’s fearless and knows exactly what sounds she’s looking for. But she didn’t start out as a guitar deity. She began her musical journey with piano. Singing came a little after that as she joined a prestigious children’s choir. It wasn’t unti…
 
They were the only band that mattered, but by 1985 they were in tatters. The Clash's swan song Cut The Crap is infamous in the music world, regarded by some as the worst album ever made. Having split with co-frontman and primary songwriter Mick Jones, Joe Strummer soldiered on with a few savvy studio musicians and his egomaniacal manager Bernard Rh…
 
Here's the conclusion of Nate Wilcox's discussion about Stax Records with Robert Gordon author of "Respect Yourself: Stax Records and the Soul Explosion." Today's conversation focuses on Al Bell's years at the helm of Stax. From the dizzying highs of Isaac Hayes' Shaft and the immense success of the WattsStax concert, film and album to the sad end …
 
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