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Naked Music Talk

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Phil and David are joined for a special music-themed episode by "Naked Lunch" producer Will Sterling, the show's consulting journalist Pamela Chelin, and legendary drummer Rick Marotta who worked with Phil on the music for "Everybody Loves Raymond." And Brad Paisley -- who wrote and performed our theme tune and all the music for "Naked Lunch" -- calls in to share some musical memories of his own and bust Phil's balls a bit. Along the way, they share great stories involving everyone from Olivia Newton John and John Travolta to David Bowie and Randy Newman, Steely Dan and Warren Zevon. Sheryl Crow and The Monkees. Pamela discusses the recent release of her beautiful and haunting cover of "Heaven" by Depeche Mode. And the gang offers David some friendly advice on who he should vote for on his Rock & Roll Hall of Fame ballot. All this and an eclectic "Naked Lunch" mixtape of great tunes. You can listen to "Heaven" here. To hear full versions of the songs played in today's show, check out our Naked Lunch: Naked Tunes playlist here! And to learn more about building community through food and "Somebody Feed the People," visit the Philanthropy page at philrosenthalworld.com.
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Phil and David are joined for a special music-themed episode by "Naked Lunch" producer Will Sterling, the show's consulting journalist Pamela Chelin, and legendary drummer Rick Marotta who worked with Phil on the music for "Everybody Loves Raymond." And Brad Paisley -- who wrote and performed our theme tune and all the music for "Naked Lunch" -- calls in to share some musical memories of his own and bust Phil's balls a bit. Along the way, they share great stories involving everyone from Olivia Newton John and John Travolta to David Bowie and Randy Newman, Steely Dan and Warren Zevon. Sheryl Crow and The Monkees. Pamela discusses the recent release of her beautiful and haunting cover of "Heaven" by Depeche Mode. And the gang offers David some friendly advice on who he should vote for on his Rock & Roll Hall of Fame ballot. All this and an eclectic "Naked Lunch" mixtape of great tunes. You can listen to "Heaven" here. To hear full versions of the songs played in today's show, check out our Naked Lunch: Naked Tunes playlist here! And to learn more about building community through food and "Somebody Feed the People," visit the Philanthropy page at philrosenthalworld.com.
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