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Albums discussed are Stan Getz and Joao Gilberto's ‘Getz/Gilberto' (5:40) and MuteMath's ‘Odd Soul' (42:15). The single we discuss is ‘Old School Metal Heart' by Marvelous 3 (28:40). To suggest an album for CLRC do any of the following: * Leave a review on Apple Podcasts with the artist and title (five stars always helps). * Use the Spotify form right underneath the podcast in your app. * Visit https://linktr.ee/thecarl The intro music is "I Should Let You Know" by Marian Hill. For playlists and podcasts, visit us on the web at https://linktr.ee/thecarl and on Twitter at @CLRCPod. This is Carl Landry Record Club episode #127. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/brett-eskin/message
Podcast Overview: Model Man & Will discuss organising creativity, the process of making an album, transitioning his music to perform live and creating a fan base. Who is Model Man: Born and raised in Chelmsford, Essex, he spent his early years learning classical piano from his piano-teacher Mother. But, with his home county being a key part of early rave culture, an interest was sparked in Mark that, much like the classical piano, never left him. Since releasing his debut album, Model Man has been on remix duties for the likes of Bob Moses, Justin Martin and partnered with Deutsche Grammophon to re-imagine a Debussy piece.Model Man's live show sees Brandon take to the stage solo, and build his high-energy sets with live loops, sample triggering and audio manipulation, all-the-while playing his trademark piano parts live. With Model Man's music we get the proud, unfiltered distillation of Mark Brandon; pure, emotive and vulnerable. The blueprint for all Model Men… If you would like to join my community to carry on with all of these discussions please sign up to the link here: http://willclarke.club/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Len and Beave discuss the genius of Season Five of "Fargo", and talk Jon Hamm, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Dave Foley (with music by Grand Funk Railroad!!). We also address the Browns' rough afternoon in Denver, the Bulls' efforts to trade Zach Lavine, Meryl Streep's luminous performance in "Only Murders In The Building", the Cavs' up-and-down start to the NBA season, plus Beave approaches the end of Rolling Stone's Top 500 Albums of all Time! Soon, he will have no purpose in life. TUNE IN!
Welcome to the Merry Month of Debts-cember!Part 1 - Top 10 Albums of 2023 - On this week's show, we spend quality time with the records that sparked joy, inspired us to get out of bed, face the day & conquer the world while the world continued to rage on like an unholy dumpster fire. All this & much, much less! Debts No Honest Man Can Pay is over 2 rock-solid hours of musical eclectica & other noodle stories. The show started in 2003 at WHFR-FM (Dearborn, MI), moved to WGWG-FM (Boiling Springs, NC) in 2006 & Plaza Midwood Community Radio (Charlotte, NC) in 2012, with a brief pit-stop at WLFM-FM (Appleton, WI) in 2004.
Episode 235 features Nialler and Andrea Cleary highlighting some of their favourite songs of the year.We are talking tracks we loved from Lankum, Lana, Big Thief, Troye Sivan, CMAT, The Hives, Sofia Kourtesis, Mustafa, Olivia Rodrigo, Rachel Lavelle, Overmono, boygenius and more. All killer no filler.Next episode: Albums of 2023.Special thanks to Georgia Hallion for editing this podcast episode.* Support Nialler9 on Patreon, get event discounts, playlists, ad-free episodes and join our Discord communityListen to the episode below or subscribe in your favourite podcast app:Listen on Apple | Android | ACAST | Patreon | Pocketcasts | CastBox | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS FeedShow notesSongs played on the Nialler9 Podcast Spotify PlaylistFollow Nialler9 on Insta | Twitter | Youtube | Spotify Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ry kicks this pod off with a story about his class presentation, and the do's and don't's for powerpoints. CB and Evan lead a debate on if Trippie Redd fell off or not, and the boys recap all the new music that dropped over the last two weeks. Ry also runs through the Rolling Stones Magazine's Top 100 Albums of 2023, and the guys share their hot takes. Evan highlights a recent movie he watched, and the guys review the news surrounding OKC Thunder guard, Josh Giddey.Pass The Aux: One Song Off Your Top 50 Most Played in 2023Ry | “Rolling Stone” - Lainey WilsonCB | “Silverado For Sale” - Morgan WallenEvan | “Don't Hit Me Right Now” - Dreamville Follow the Pod on Instagram: @freshlybakedpod, TikTok: @freshlybakedpodcast Hosts: @ryanmyee @evan_arriaga @carter.bui Mixed and Mastered by @machatpapi @akira_eernisse @elijah.shapiro For all business inquires, contact Sasha Moscona email@example.comEXCLUSIVE VIDEO CONTENT ON YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/@thefreshlybakedpodcast/featuredSHOP ALL FRESHLY BAKED MERCH BY DIRECT MESSAGING @freshlybakedpod ON INSTAGRAM!Presented by STILL HUMAN
Ever feel like most corporate governance resources are...just not that awesome? Ever wonder why the heck they aren't better? Matt Fullbrook has, too. In another long-ish scripted episode, Matt explains that he thinks he's figured out what's going on here...and also talks at length about Rolling Stone's top 500 albums of all time. It all (mostly) makes sense. Promise! Full transcript here: http://groundupgovernance.substack.com/p/another-bonus-podcast-what-corporate
This week Jake is talking about DISGRACELAND's new episode on Michael Hutchence of INXS, as well as the previously-exclusive Rewind episode on Jennifer Hudson. Plus your voicemails, texts, and emails. What do you want for Christmas? How would you feel about combining the Double Elvis feeds to allow a more broad scope for Jake to tell stories? Get in touch at 617-906-6638, firstname.lastname@example.org, or on socials @disgracelandpod, and come join the After Party. This episode is brought to you by PrizePicks. Go to PrizePicks.com/DISGRACELAND and use code DISGRACELAND for a first deposit match up to $100! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Video animation by: Big Flowers Intro/Outro beat by: BLOODBLIXING The Plug (0:21). The Interview (1:57). So I'm kind of annoying when it comes to certain things with music. Albums where the last verse isn't from the main artist? It just doesn't feel right. Remixes? I'm oddly wed to the original. And finally, producer albums with a bunch of different rappers on it are another type of record, where I don't usually gravitate towards. I'm just such a concept and theme guy I guess. But I am a fair man... Today's guest on the show, New York-based producer Blockhead, recently dropped an album that was so good it overcame my annoying biases with The Aux, released on Backwoodz Studioz. I caught up with the very talented and very funny and personable producer to understand how he's approached collaboration with some of the genre's finest lyricists in Aesop Rock and billy woods, discuss his perspectives on the current production landscape, and the makings of his terrific new album. How the production process differs on instrumental albums vs. working with rappers (3:31). Most important traits as a producer (8:02). How the act of creating music unlocks emotion (12:03). What Blockhead looks for in a rap collaborator (18:38). Blockhead's take on the current hip-hop production landscape (21:40). How Blockhead's relationship with woods came to be (30:52). The sound direction of The Aux (34:29). How the billy woods executive production hand guided the creation of The Aux (41:23). Blockhead on “challenging fans” with The Aux (46:12). The making of the electric RXKNephew feature on The Aux (53:49). Collaborations that surprised Blockhead the most - RMPP patron q from Jarvis (57:44). Blockhead's favourite songs off The Aux (59:49). Upcoming music / tour dates / merch (1:01:28). Support Blockhead's music here: https://blockheadnyc.bandcamp.com/ Follow Blockhead on Twitter here: https://x.com/BlockheadNYC?s=20 Follow Blockhead on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/blockheadnyc/?hl=en -- Fiending for some more quality rap content? Visit the RMPP website: https://rmpp.squarespace.com/ Want to support and help us grow? Become a RMPP Patron, and gain access to exclusive content: https://www.patreon.com/therapmusicplugpodcast Looking to connect? DM me @rapmusicplugpod on Twitter and Instagram, or shoot me an email at email@example.com
We're back! After over a month away due to technical issues, the Unsung Podcast has returned with an explosive new episode on metalcore pioneers Poison the Well and their 2003 album 'You Come Before You.' Joining Chris and Mark for the first time in many months is Dave, who chose Poison the Well as his band for the episode. Hailing from Florida, Poison the Well helped define the metalcore genre in the early 2000s with their blend of hardcore punk and extreme metal. Albums like 1999's 'The Opposite of December' and 2002's 'Tear From the Red' built them a cult following. But it's their third album, 'You Come Before You,' that Dave considers their unsung classic. Recorded with producers who had previously worked with Refused, the album shows Poison the Well branching into more melodic territory even as the riffs become heavier. With nods to bands like Deftones and Cave In, it expanded the boundaries of what metalcore could be. The episode explores Poison the Well's entire career, analysing how they evolved from their raw early material into a more ambitious band on 'You Comes Before You' and subsequent releases. Though not all fans appreciated their change in direction, Dave makes the case for why their third album struck the perfect balance and deserves classic status. Tune in now to hear the full discussion and analysis of why Poison the Well's 'You Come Before You' is an unsung classic!
In this edition of The 4-Day WeekTrend Update, Jack and Miles discuss their respective Thanksgivings, Fox News really running out of stuff to get outraged about this holiday season, Goop's holiday gift guide, the top albums that came out 25 years ago, the brief interruption of the Macy's T-giving Day parade, the new song from "AI singer/songwriter" Anna Indiana and much more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Beatles are experiencing another renaissance with the release of a new single "Now and Then", along with the re-release of their two compilation albums, the "Red" and "Blue" albums. Both have been remastered and some songs have finally been given a stereo mix. The sound quality is a great improvement and I've selected certain tracks for this episode so you can hear the new sonic qualities to the music. Please feel free to donate or Tip the show at firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease have a look at these special interest sites.If you would, please make a donation of love and hope to St. Jude Children's HospitalMake an impact on the lives of St. Jude kids - St. Jude Children's Research Hospital (stjude.org)Get your Vegan Collagen Gummies from Earth & Elle, available thru Amazon at this link.Amazon.com: Earth & Elle Vegan Collagen Gummies - Non-GMO Biotin Gummies, Vitamin A, E, C - Plant Based Collagen Supplements for Healthier Hair, Skin, Nails - 60 Chews of Orange Flavored Gummies, Made in USA : Health & HouseholdKathy Bushnell Website for Emily Muff bandHome | Kathy Bushnell | Em & MooListen to previous shows at the main webpage at:https://www.buzzsprout.com/1329053Pamela Des Barres Home page for books, autographs, clothing and online writing classes.Pamela Des Barres | The Official Website of the Legendary Groupie and Author (pameladesbarresofficial.com)Listen to more music by Laurie Larson at:Home | Shashké Music and Art (laurielarson.net)View the most amazing paintings by Marijke Koger-Dunham (Formally of the 1960's artists collective, "The Fool").Psychedelic, Visionary and Fantasy Art by Marijke Koger (marijkekogerart.com)For unique Candles have a look at Stardust Lady's Etsy shopWhere art and armor become one where gods are by TwistedByStardust (etsy.com)For your astrological chart reading, contact Astrologer Tisch Aitken at:https://www.facebook.com/AstrologerTisch/Tarot card readings by Kalinda available atThe Mythical Muse | FacebookEmma Bonner-Morgan Facebook music pageThe Music Of Emma Bonner-Morgan | FacebookFor booking Children's parties and character parties in the Los Angeles area contact Kalinda Gray at:https://www.facebook.com/wishingwellparties/I'm listed in Feedspot's "Top 10 Psychedelic Podcasts You Must Follow". https://blog.feedspot.com/psychedelic_podcasts/Please feel free to donate or Tip Jar the show email@example.comPlease feel free to donate or Tip Jar the show at firstname.lastname@example.org
For the last episode before my holiday break, I will be going through and ranking all of Anberlin's studio albums. As a Christmas bonus, I'll also be reacting to a Christmas album I made when I was a young boy! Want your music on our Spotlight segment? Email me at email@example.com Support Rusty Vining and his music and pre-save his new song: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/rustyvining/letter-to-the-birthday-boy New Sherwood Forest music! "Raise the Roof (Carbon Leaf cover)" https://sherwoodforest.bandcamp.com/track/raise-the-roof-carbon-leaf-cover "Even In the Wild" https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/sherwoodforest/even-in-the-wild-2 "Noble Fantasy" https://sherwoodforest.bandcamp.com/track/noble-fantasy My first line of merch! https://im-clifford-today.myspreadshop.com/ Livestream every other Saturday 12pm CST. Follow the I'm Clifford Today Show on any podcast platform! https://anchor.fm/imcliffordtoday Follow me on Twitch! https://www.twitch.tv/imcliffordtoday My gaming channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCH0vEbkItCajSezxh3Jjejw Check out the Podwood Forecast! https://anchor.fm/podwoodforecast Check out my "Cliff's Picks" Spotify playlist! https://open.spotify.com/playlist/137H5LBYkA9GX4Jqq7vk0s?si=aa64e4163083420f Leave a like and a comment! Subscribe for more content like this: https://www.youtube.com/ImCliffordToday Like my Book of Faces: https://www.facebook.com/imcliffordtoday [00:00:00] – Riverside [00:02:24] – Introduction [00:12:17] – Anberlin Tier List [00:16:13] – Blueprints for the Black Market [00:19:56] – Never Take Friendship Personal [00:24:49] – Cities [00:29:19] – SPOTLIGHT: Rusty Vining [00:39:13] – Lost Songs [00:43:55] – New Surrender [00:52:28] – Dark Is the Way, Light Is A Place [00:57:50] – Vital [01:03:58] – Devotion [01:09:06] – Lowborn [01:13:23] – Silverline [01:18:18] – Convinced [01:25:21] – Reacting to my old Christmas album [02:19:39] – My Humble Opinion: Brian Sauvé, Rend Collective, Jars of Clay, The Eagle Rock Gospel Singers [02:27:22] – Outro --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/imcliffordtoday/message
As one of those lunatics who tends to collect anything and everything asoociated with artists I love, it’s probably no surprise that I have quite a few tribute albums devoted to The Replacements. When Let the Bad Times Roll (a Tribute to The Replacements) was released earlier this month, I did a deep dive in my archives and discovered that I actually owned seven of these types of records. With that in mind, it was a no-brainer to do a show devoted to nothing but Replacements tribute albums. The seven records represented tonight have been released throughout the last three decades, and include releases originating in Australi and Italy. There’s a few semi-big names but there are as many, if not more, bands whose career I know nothing about. I also made myself a challenge that I would try not to duplicate any songs…and I succeeded! There are 35 different Replacements tracks covered by 35 different artists. Ok, there is one artist who appears twice – Mikey Erg’s band, Ergs, covers “I’m in Trouble” while as a solo act he performs “Wake Up” Just because the overall theme revolves around The Replacements doesn’t mean that I’m ignoring the “52 Weeks of Teenage […]
As one of those lunatics who tends to collect anything and everything asoociated with artists I love, it's probably no surprise that I have quite a few tribute albums devoted to The Replacements. When Let the Bad Times Roll (a Tribute to The Replacements) was released earlier this month, I did a deep dive in my archives and discovered that I actually owned seven of these types of records. With that in mind, it was a no-brainer to do a show devoted to nothing but Replacements tribute albums. The seven records represented tonight have been released throughout the last three decades, and include releases originating in Australi and Italy. There's a few semi-big names but there are as many, if not more, bands whose career I know nothing about. I also made myself a challenge that I would try not to duplicate any songs…and I succeeded! There are 35 different Replacements tracks covered by 35 different artists. Ok, there is one artist who appears twice – Mikey Erg's band, Ergs, covers “I'm in Trouble” while as a solo act he performs “Wake Up” Just because the overall theme revolves around The Replacements doesn't mean that I'm ignoring the “52 Weeks of Teenage […]
Due to college basketball constraints, Beave and Len record the shortest Jagbags episode of all time. The guys discuss the current Hall of Fame induction candidates, plus they assess Billy Wagner's chances. You know his credentials! Hear Beave's reviews of Rolling Stone's all-time Top 500 Albums of all Time, plus Len's Favorite 500 Albums. And that's it! Happy holidays! Enjoy the leftovers.
Welcome to The 80's Montage! (music, mateys and cool shit from the 80s) Your Hosts Jay Jovi & Sammy HardOn, singers from Australian 80's tribute band Rewind 80's. We take you back to living in the 80's: music, artists, TV commercials and video clips. Episode 203:Top 20 UK Albums - November 1985 (Part 2) It's a ripper! Please rate, review and enjoy! Music licensed by APRA/AMCOS Theme music ©2019 M. Skerman. Produced & edited by Matty Ray. See Facebook for links to videos & songs mentioned in this episode! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Rewind 80's Band: www.rewind80sband.com Facebook: the80smontagepodcast twitter: 80_montage instagram: the80smontage Links from Episode 203:Top 20 UK Albums - November 1985 (Part 2)Patreon Link With Thanks x https://www.patreon.com/the80smontagepodcast Rewind 80's Band - www.rewind80sband.comTickets - www.rewind80smixtape.com.auSaturday 25th November 2023 - Macs Hotel - MeltonSaturday 2nd December 2023 - Cardinia Cultural Centre - PakenhamBookings - email@example.comPlease Subscribe, Like, Share, Rate (Itunes please)Thank you to Leith for being our Patreon Music Trivia Guest. Your support in coming to gigs & patreon are appreciated..
In French in this CDA S3#58 (monday online), “From the ideal figure to its realization”, an interview of Suzel Brout architect, founder and director of aasb. In English in CDA S3#59 (wednesday online), “On the way to the Diderot residence in Paris, France” by Suzel Brout aasb.En français dans le CDA S3#58 (lundi en ligne), "De la figure idéale à sa réalisation", une interview de Suzel Brout, architecte, fondatrice et dirigeante de l'agence aasb. En anglais dans CDA S3#59 (mercredi en ligne), “Sur le chemin de la résidence Diderot à Paris, France” par Suzel Brout.___Suzel Brout est lauréate des Albums de la Jeune Architecture en 1989, reçoit le prix Première Œuvre en 1991 et une nomination à l'Equerre d'Argent en 2011 pour la résidence Diderot. Elle est membre de l'Académie d'Architecture. Son parcours est celui d'une architecte qui défend ardemment l'art de maîtriser l'œuvre. Dès 1988 en binôme avec Laura Carducci, puis à partir de 1995 en solitaire avec aasb (“agence d'architecture Suzel Brout”), mais entourée de son équipe, Suzel Brout définit sa propre écriture architecturale, tout en s'adaptant aux multiples évolutions du métier. Dans ce numéro de Com d'Archi S3#58, Suzel Brout témoigne sur l'ensemble de son parcours au sein duquel elle promeut une architecture rationnelle et réalisable. Il y a dans sa conception la recherche d'une figure idéale : à découvrir ou à redécouvrir !Portrait DR © Suzel Brout, aasbIngénierie son : Julien Rebours____Si le podcast COM D'ARCHI vous plaît n'hésitez pas :. à vous abonner pour ne pas rater les prochains épisodes,. à nous laisser des étoiles et un commentaire, :-),. à nous suivre sur Instagram @comdarchipodcast pour retrouver de belles images, toujours choisies avec soin, de manière à enrichir votre regard sur le sujet.Bonne semaine à tous! Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
Allgemeiner Lieblingsfakt zu Jaakko Eino Kalevi: Bevor seine Musikkarriere Fahrt aufnahm, lenkte er Trams in der finnischen Hauptstadt Helsinki. Weiterer erfreulicher Fakt: Fünf Jahre Wartezeit seit dem letzten Album haben sich gelohnt, denn er legt mit «Chaos Magic» prompt ein Doppelalbum nach. Jaakko Eino Kalevi hat seine nordische Heimat verlassen und lebt mittlerweile im griechischen Athen. Dort entstand ein Grossteil von «Chaos Magic», doch auch in Genf schrieb er Teile des Albums. Wie gewohnt sprengt er auch auf dem neusten Werk Genregrenzen und lässt einem auf einem Bett aus Synthetik und Organik schweben. Einschalten und mitgleiten! Heute gibt's noch ein besonderes Zückerli! In der letzten Stunde der heutigen Sendung hören wir uns fast ohne Unterbruch durchs neue Album der amerikanischen Musikerin Cat Power. Sie brillierte schon mehrmals mit sehr guten Covers von alten Hits. Jetzt hat sie sich noch etwas grösseres vorgenommen: Sie coverte das ganze Skandal-Konzert von Bob Dylan, bei dem 1966 als Judas bezeichnet wurde, nachdem er zur elektrischen Gitarre griff und Hochverrat am Folk beging.
Albums discussed are Grandaddy's ‘The Sophtware Slump' (3:43) and Creed's ‘Weathered' (39:20). The single we discuss is ‘Practice' by Jamila Woods (28:48). To suggest an album for CLRC do any of the following: * Leave a review on Apple Podcasts with the artist and title (five stars always helps). * Use the Spotify form right underneath the podcast in your app. * Visit https://linktr.ee/thecarl The intro music is "I Should Let You Know" by Marian Hill. For playlists and podcasts, visit us on the web at https://linktr.ee/thecarl and on Twitter at @CLRCPod. This is Carl Landry Record Club episode #126. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/brett-eskin/message
We bring "The Ladies of the 80's" to a close with an unmitigated banger. Not talking about sausage but this British(?) crew led by The Dread Pirate Hynde, purely plundered our hearts and minds. No more rhyming. I mean it! Beware the rope-a-dope of Side B...
On This Episode of The Super Review Show - Podcast Edition we discuss and breakdown the Talking Heads Album Remain In Light from Rolling Stones top 500 Albums list! Enjoy!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SuperReviewShowInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thesuperreviewshow/Twitter: https://twitter.com/SuperReviewShowYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@TheSuperReviewShow
Ahhh, vinyl records. For audiophiles and other assorted music nerds (know any of them!?!), it's the passport to sonic bliss. For others, it's an archaic, delicate, noisy and inconvenient medium. Whatever side of the fence you're on, there are albums that you gotta experience on vinyl - whether it be for the sound quality, the artwork, the liner notes, the overall presentation, or maybe it's not available digitally. Remarkably, decades after the format was declared all but dead and buried, it has experienced a huge resurgence in popularity. To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the commercial vinyl LP, In The Groove: The Vinyl Record and Turntable Revolution from Motorbooks is an authoritative and visual celebration of the history and culture of record collecting and turntables, from the first 78 to the explosive growth of vinyl in the last decade, with entertaining sidebars highlighting classic record stores, legendary labels and iconic artwork. Designed to satisfy readers from the most discerning of collectors to those new to the passion, In The Groove gathers five of the finest music scribes to contribute a chapter each. One of those writers (covering record stores) is our Third Lad this week, Gillian Gaar. Gillian G. Gaar is a Seattle-based author. Her first book, She's A Rebel: The History of Women in Rock & Roll was published in 1992. In addition to her own books, she has appeared in various anthologies, including The Nirvana Companion, Trouble Girls: The Rolling Stone Guide to Women in Rock, Nirvana: The Complete Illustrated History, Leonard Cohen on Leonard Cohen: Interviews and Encounters, Goldmine: The Beatles Digest (volumes one and two), The Best of the Beatles Book, The Stranger Guide To Seattle, 33 1/3 Greatest Hits Vol 2, A Survey of American Culture, and various editions of The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives, among others. She was editorial assistant for Krist Novoselic's book From Grunge To Government: Let's Fix This Broken Democracy! She was also a project consultant/liner note writer for Nirvana's box set "With The Lights Out." She has written for numerous magazines, including Rolling Stone, Mojo, Q, Goldmine, The Seattle Times, The Stranger, Option, and No Depression, and was a senior editor at Seattle music paper The Rocket. She has also written liner notes for collections by Laurie Anderson, Judy Collins, Heart, Pat Benatar, Paula Cole and Mat Kearney, among others. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 209 - A Hint of Racism First Lookout for #OFFTHEDOME . Is an album considered classic off sales alone? What's your favorite J. Cole feature?Topics Discussed-New Music -Andre 300 drops new album -Welcome 2 Collegrove -Too Good To Be True-Diddy Sued for Sexual Assault?-MCU News and MoreOS Song of the WeekJohnnie's Pick - BigXThaPlug - MmHmmRalph's Pick - Drake Feat. J. Cole - Evil WaysPlease Enjoy on All Major Platforms and OverSatThePod.Com. Please Comment, Rate , and Subscribe.
Im Erscheinungsjahr 1968 war das Album ein echter Flop — mittlerweile ist es das meistverkaufte Kinks-Album überhaupt. Bekannt wurden sie durch Single-Hits wie "You Really Got Me" oder "Sunny Afternoon". Auf ihrem Album "The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society" sind zwar keine großen Hits, dafür umso mehr spannende Kompositionen. Die Kinks gehen deutlich weg von ihrem Image als Single-Hit Komponisten hin zu dramaturgisch denkenden Songstrukturen. Im Erscheinungsjahr selbst war das Album ein echter Flop — mittlerweile ist es das meistverkaufte Kinks-Album überhaupt. Ray Davies hat das in seinem britischen Humor schön auf den Punkt gebracht: "The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society" is the most successful flop of all time." Zeitreise zurück in die wilden 60er Uns erwartet eine kleine Zeitreise zurück in die wilden Sixties. Für die Welt war 1968 ein Jahr des Umbruchs und des Aufbruchs durch die Revolution. Der 68er Soundtrack kommt beispielsweise von Jimi Hendrix "Electric Ladyland", dem weißen Album der Beatles, "Beggars Banquet" von den Rolling Stones oder "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" von Iron Butterfly. Bei den Kinks geht es — ganz anders als zu der Zeit üblich — um das einfache Leben auf dem Land im Norden von London und die britische Kultur. Es geht zurück aufs Dorf in "The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society". Die Kinks selbst nehmen dabei die Rolle des Vereins zur Erhaltung des Dorfplatzes ein. Von dem Album selbst gibt es mehrere Ausgaben, wir beziehen uns auf die britische Variante mit 15 Songtiteln. Ursprünglich gab es noch weitere Songs für das Album, da es zunächst als Doppelalbum geplant war. Einige davon finden sich auf dem 1973 erschienenen Folgealbum "The Great Lost Kinks". Auftrittsverbot in den USA Die Kinks haben versucht, in den USA Fuß zu fassen, bis sie einen offiziellen Auftrittsberbot von der Musikergewerkschaft in den USA erhielten. Es soll Schlägereien auf der Bühne gegeben haben und sie sollen sich insgesamt danebenbenommen haben. Die Kinks waren jung und wild. Durch das erlangte Konzertverbot von 1965 bis 1969 entging ihnen die Chance, die Bands wie beispielsweise The Who bekommen haben, auf Woodstock 69 zu spielen und somit auch ein großes Karriere-Sprungbrett. Durch dieses "Verbannen" wurden sie ein Stück weit vom amerikanischen Musikmarkt abgeschnitten. Produktion von "The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society" Ray Davies fing infolgedessen an, sich auf England konzentrieren und Songs mit Blick auf die englische Kultur und Gesellschaft zu schreiben. In dieser Zeit entstand auch der Song "Village Green", der später auf dem Album einen Platz findet. 1967/68 beginnen dann die Aufnahmen zum Album selbst, immer mal wieder unterbrochen durch kleine Tourneen innerhalb Europas. Letztlich haben sie zwei Jahre gebraucht, um das Album aufzunehmen. "The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society" ist ein Konzeptalbum und dieses Konzept stammt von Ray Davies. Es geht um das Leben auf dem Land, es geht um Heimat und um Freundschaft. "Das Album zeigt einfach sehr gut, was für ein hervorragender Songschreiber Ray Davies ist. Diese Texte, die sind britisch, die sind witzig, die sind bissig, das ist einfach ziemlich gut." (SWR1 Musikredakteur Benjamin Brendebach) Ein Meilenstein der Musikgeschichte In diesem Meilenstein wird darüber gesprochen, was es mit Walter auf sich hat, dem Schulfreund von Ray Davies, wie verrückt Annabella wirklich ist und wie wichtig so eine Dorfgemeinschaft sein kann. Außerdem geht es darum, warum das Album 1968 ein totaler Flop war und wie es im Rahmen von Popmusik und Bands wie Blair und Oasis ein echtes Revival erleben durfte, mehr noch — wie es jetzt über 50 Jahre nach Erscheinen des Albums zu dem meistverkauften Kinks-Album überhaupt geworden ist. __________ Über diese Songs vom Album "The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society" wird im Podcast gesprochen (03:52) – "Animal Farm"(04:29) – "Sitting by the Riverside"(20:30) – "Village Green"(26:40) – "The Village Green Preservation Society"(30:27) – "Monica"(34:21) – "Wicked Annabella"(37:34) – "Walter"(42:43) – "Picture Book" __________ Über diese Songs wird außerdem im Podcast gesprochen (01:32) – "You Really Got Me" von The Kinks(01:39) – "Sunny Afternoon" von The Kinks(18:50) – "Penny Lane" von The Beatles(45:23) – "Warning" von Green Day(45:55) – "Don't Look Back in Anger" von Oasis __________ Shownotes Doku zu The Kinks – "The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-ragx6CtTI Auftrittsverbot in den USA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oup7NCcfb10 YouTube-Channel von The Kinks: https://www.youtube.com/@TheKinksMusic __________ Ihr wollt mehr Podcasts wie diesen? Abonniert die SWR1 Meilensteine! Fragen, Kritik, Anregungen? Schreibt uns an: firstname.lastname@example.org
Episode 209 - A Hint of Racism First Lookout for #OFFTHEDOME . Is an album considered classic off sales alone? What's your favorite J. Cole feature?Topics Discussed-New Music -Andre 300 drops new album -Welcome 2 Collegrove -Too Good To Be True-Diddy Sued for Sexual Assault?-MCU News and MoreOS Song of the WeekJohnnie's Pick - BigXThaPlug - MmHmmRalph's Pick - Drake Feat. J. Cole - Evil WaysPlease Enjoy on All Major Platforms and OverSatThePod.Com. Please Comment, Rate , and Subscribe.
Introducing the Band:Your hosts Scot Bertram (@ScotBertram) and Jeff Blehar (@EsotericCD) with guest Mike Long. Mike is a (very) occasional writer for National Review and was one of the originals back in the early 2000s as NRO was launched. He's the author of the non-fiction bestseller The Molecule of More and its sequel coming in fall of 2024.Mike's Music Pick: Joe JacksonAfter running through Elvis Costello and Nick Lowe/Rockpile, it was only a matter of time before we got to covering Joe Jackson. As an artist, Jackson frequently is grouped into the "angry young man"/Pub Rock category with the aforementioned artists. However, as we discuss on the show, there's an incredible depth to his songwriting and arrangements that quickly busted him out of whatever box critics might put him in.Jackson came out of the gate hot, with two releases in the magical year of 1979, Look Sharp! and I'm the Man. They could be parts one and two of the same album. These are the ones that lump him into the Costello/Parker/Lowe movement but it's a sound he rarely returns to again. Every single song is a winner. From here would come some of his best known songs – “I'm the Man,” “It's Different For Girls, and “Is She Really Going Out With Him?” By 1981, he took a massive detour from the rock/pop world with Jumpin' Jive, a collection of covers of 1940s swing and big band songs originally performed by Louis Jordan and Cab Calloway. Night and Day was released the same year as Elvis Costello's Imperial Bedroom and it, too, is a bid to be taken very seriously as a songwriter. Like Elvis's effort, it's a complete success artistically and even moreso commercially. "Steppin' Out" earned Grammy Award nominations and reached number six on the charts. "Breaking Us in Two" reached number 18. It's a cosmopolitan, big-city record. The rest of the 1980s would find Jackson stretching his wings and dabbling in jazz, Latin rhythms, classical – if you name a genre, he probably has a song in it (OK, perhaps not metal). Albums like Body and Soul, Big World, Blaze of Glory, and Laughter and Lust didn't sell nearly as well as previous efforts but kept fans happy. After 1991, however, he wouldn'trelease another non-classical studio album until 2000's Night and Day II. Why? Take it from the artist himself: "After the Laughter & Lust world tour … I had real bad writer's block. I couldn't even listen to music. I just lost it, totally. It was awful."But it wouldn't stay that way! Beginning in 2003 with Vol. 4, Jackson would release a string of records that showed he still know how to write a song. By the way, all of us have musical blind spots, and Joe Jackson was one for Jeff. Come along for the ride as he discovers the many layers of this talented performer and writer.
During this episode of Signals From Mars, Jeremy Weltman joins me for Patron's Pick.Jeremy and I are recapping new album releases that have come out in October of 2023. We discuss each week, and mention those releases that stand out to us.This show will help the "there is no good new music crowd", and will serve as a quick reminder to those putting their end-of-the-year lists together.Jeremy is one of my Patron's and started doing the Patron's Pick segment on the Signals From Mars Podcast. We have decided to put together this monthly show to discuss all of the great new music we love.To find out more about becoming a Patron, and be part of future Hour One episodes or Patron discussions, go here:
Welcome to The 80's Montage! (music, mateys and cool shit from the 80s) Your Hosts Jay Jovi & Sammy HardOn, singers from Australian 80's tribute band Rewind 80's. We take you back to living in the 80's: music, artists, TV commercials and video clips. Episode 202: Top 20 UK Albums - November 1985 (Part 1) It's a ripper! Please rate, review and enjoy! Music licensed by APRA/AMCOS Theme music ©2019 M. Skerman. Produced & edited by Matty Ray. See Facebook for links to videos & songs mentioned in this episode! Email: email@example.com Rewind 80's Band: www.rewind80sband.com Facebook: the80smontagepodcast twitter: 80_montage instagram: the80smontage Links from Episode 202: Top 20 UK Albums - November 1985 (Part 1)Patreon Link With Thanks x https://www.patreon.com/the80smontagepodcast Rewind 80's Band - www.rewind80sband.comTickets - www.rewind80smixtape.com.auSaturday 25th November 2023 - Macs Hotel - MeltonSaturday 2nd December 2023 - Cardinia Cultural Centre - PakenhamBookings - firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease Subscribe, Like, Share, Rate (Itunes please)Thank you to Leith for being our Patreon Music Trivia Guest. Your support in coming to gigs & patreon are appreciated..
Nur knapp anderthalb Jahre nachdem die Lausanner Musikerin ihr Debütalbum im Rahmen einer «Sounds! Session» vorstellte, gibt's bereits ihren nächsten Langspieler. So viel vorweg: die PJ Harvey-Vergleiche gehören ab sofort der Vergangenheit an – auch dank den wilden Saxophon-Ausflügen von Stefan «Sha» Haslebacher (u. a. Nik Bärtsch's Ronin). «Bring Back the Light» ist Songwriting-technisch ein guter «Gump» nach vorne für Delia Meshlir. Und das, obwohl sie auf ihrem zweiten Album mindestens ein Mal auch zurückschaut, wie sie uns im Interview erzählt. So entstand «Goodbye California», eines der Highlights des Albums, aus einem Text, der über fünf Jahre alt ist. Die Gefühlswelt von damals scheint also auch heute noch zu passen. Weiterhören: * Sounds! Session & Interview mit Delia Meshlir zu ihrem Album «Calling the Unknown» (2022)
Get ready for a crazy musical ride on our latest episode. The experiment: Each host picked an GenX album they love, made the rest of us listen to it, and then we talked about it. This is a totally new thing for us so it could have been amazeballs or a total disaster (hint, it wasn't a disaster). From dissecting tracks to digging into behind the scenes trivia to just sharing personal stories about why these albums meant so much to us, we're dishing it all out. And trust us - you will NOT want to miss it.our album selectionsChris: The Replacements, Tim (The new Ed Stansium mix)Lori: Yaz, Upstairs at Eric's Courtney: Annie Lennox, DivaEve: The Go-Gos, Beauty and the Beatepisode linksReplacements documentary about Ed Stasium's muscular new mix of 'Tim'The Go-So's DocumentaryWham DocumentaryThe Replacements Documentary (longer one)An Open Letter to the Pair of Gen-Z Men in the Northeast Regional Quiet Car Loudly Discussing Pitchfork's 100 Best Albums of All TimeConnect with usSubscribe to GenX Stories in your favorite podcast appBuy some kickass merchWrite us a reviewVisit our siteJoin our Facebook GroupFollow our 80's inspired InstagramSend us an email
The Darling Buds were another one of those excellent British alternative bands of the late 80s/early 90s that was sadly short lived. Three strong albums in four years and then nothing for a long time. People listening to college radio or scouring records stores around that time would know them well. Thankfully, the band is back with an incredible box set, Killing For Love, Albums, Singles, Rarities, Unreleased 1987-2017, just released by Cherry Red Records (they're so good at this stuff). Andrea Lewis and Matt Gray join us to share stories for the journey like the impact of having John Peel as a fan, doing Top of the Pops, moving to the US, and more. It's good to say this great band is getting what they deserve. www.thedarlingbuds.org www.patreon.com/thehustlepod
Scott and John discuss the "make or break" nature of third albums.Join us on Facebook at NMD podcast email@example.com to contact us.Tell your friends!!Be sure to Like and Subscribe. Thanks for listening!
Frizz and Bob flex their mocktail-making skills with Spiritless Kentucky 74 Non-Alcoholic Bourbon and catch up on the current pop phenomenon, Olivia Rodrigo. We spill the tea on her new top album of this year, GUTS, learn how the star of the worst-named show in history became the emerging voice of a generation, remember the brilliance of Street Fighter the Movie the Game, hash out old memories of the great 90s Nickelodeon game shows, something about Taylor Swift of course, and once again learn that everything in this world somehow has to do with our queen, Dolly Parton.
Nick Cave is a musician, songwriter, author, and actor, best known as the frontman of the band Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, though is also beloved for his early group, The Birthday Party. Albums from The Boatman's Call (1997) to Skeleton Tree (2016) showcase Cave's ability to craft emotionally charged and intellectually stimulating compositions filled with hauntingly poetic lyrics. Beyond music, Cave's authored several books, including And the Ass Saw the Angel (1989) and Stranger Than Kindness (2021). His collaborations with director John Hillcoat on movies like The Proposition (2005) and Lawless (2012) have received critical acclaim. And he maintains an open and engaging dialogue with his fans through his newsletter, The Red Hand Files. This podcast was recorded the day after the conclusion of Caves's duo tour with Radiohead's bassist, Colin Greenwood, in Los Angeles. A few days after recording this podcast, he used The Red Hand Files to write the following message to his fans: “After I stepped off stage at the final show, I changed from my grey suit into a blue suit, ate some seafood with Colin, and then headed to the aftershow, where I hung out with some old friends for an hour or so before going back to the hotel with Susie. We stayed up for a few hours and then tried to sleep, but I was hyped up, so I took a sleeping pill at 4 am — which was a dumb idea because I had an interview that morning with Rick Rubin for his podcast. Anyway, when I woke up, I put on a grey suit, jumped into the car with my driver to go to Malibu, did Rick's podcast (which could turn out quite interesting as I'm not sure the sleeping pill had completely worn off), then started back to L.A. In the car, I began to feel a bit rough, so we parked up at Zuma Beach, where I threw off my clothes and jumped into the sea in an unsuccessful attempt to restore myself; then we carried on to the hotel, where I changed from my grey suit into a blue suit before heading to Book Soup for [a] signing . . . After the signing, I returned to the hotel feeling tired and weird, sat up with Susie for a while, went to bed, woke up about 2 am, threw up in the sink and collapsed unconscious on the bathroom floor. Susie found me there and hauled me back onto the bed; my assistant was called to the hotel, some extremely handsome emergency paramedics turned up, a lovely nurse arrived and fixed me to a drip, and later, I spoke to an eighty-nine-year-old saint of a doctor who diagnosed an acute gastro event.” ------ Thank you to the sponsors that fuel our podcast and our team: LMNT Electrolytes https://drinklmnt.com/tetra ------ House of Macadamias https://www.houseofmacadamias.com/tetra ------ Squarespace https://squarespace.com/tetra ------
In this episode Rex and Duff talk about if you need a dress a certain way to be in a metal band, personal tastes in music, bands that have never released a weak album and other miscellaneous hogwash! Picks of the Week: Rex: Elm Street - The Great Tribulation Duff: Dimmu Borgir - Perfect Strangers
In Episode 229, Martin looks at great pre-choruses on songs from some of his favorite albums of all-time. Led Zeppelin – “Down by the Seaside” Black Sabbath – “Megalomania” Judas Priest – “Hell Bent for Leather” AC/DC – “Girls Got Rhythm” Queen – “Dead on Time” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Zusammen mit Sounds!-Jugendkultur-Experte Pablo Vögtli treffen wir in der heutigen Sendung das Debütalbum der 22-jährigen Britin Victoria Beverly Walker alias PinkPantheress an. Ihre Kollaboration «Boy's a Liar Pt. 2» mit Rapperin Ice Spice gehört zu den meistgestreamtesten Songs des Jahres. Jetzt also das dazugehörige Album «Heaven Knows». Funktioniert das auch länger als wie in einer 30-Sekunden-Endlosschlaufe auf TikTok? Pablo Vögtli sagt: Durchaus! Auch, weil sich Walker für die Zusammenstellung des Albums aus ihrer musikalischen Komfortzone wagt.
Start Artist Song Time Album Year 13. Hole In The Sun 2007 0:00:54 Night Ranger Wrap It Up 4:13 Hole in the Sun 2007 12. ATBPO 2021 0:05:12 Night Ranger Tomorrow 4:49 ATBPO 2021 11. Seven 1998 0:10:06 Night Ranger Don't Ask Me Why 4:33 Seven 1998 10. Neverland 1997 0:14:43 Night Ranger Neverland (Album […]
Start Artist Song Time Album Year 3. Liquid Tension Experiment 1998 0:01:02 Liquid Tension Experiment Paradigm Shift 8:53 Liquid Tension Experiment 1998 0:09:56 Liquid Tension Experiment State of Grace 4:58 Liquid Tension Experiment 1998 2. Liquid Tension Experiment 2 1999 0:15:02 Liquid Tension Experiment Biaxident 7:40 Liquid Tension Experiment 2 1999 0:22:42 Liquid Tension Experiment […]
The Black Crowes got their start as “Mr. Crowe's Garden” when Chris and Rich Robinson formed the band while attending Walton High School in Marietta, Georgia. The name comes from the children's book “Johnny Crow's Garden” by Leonard Leslie Brooke. They changed their name after moving to New York City where they met producer George Drakoulias who introduced them to music like The Faces and Humble Pie, and signed them at Def American. Their debut album, Shake Your Money Maker, gets its name from an old Elmore James blues song, though that song does not appear on the album. It was recorded in the summer of 1989 in Atlanta and Los Angeles. This debut turned out to be a rocket of an album, peaking at number 4 on the Billboard 200, and it has sold over 5 million copies. Readers of Rolling Stone magazine voted the Black Crowes “Best New American Band” at the end of 1990.The Black Crowes are often compared to late 60's and early 70's acts like the Faces and the Rolling Stones. The group at the time consisted of Chris Robinson on vocals, Rich Robinson on guitar, Jeff Cease on guitar (the only Black Crowes album for which he would be a member), Johnny Colt on bass and Steve Gorman on drums.The group would break up a couple of times, and reformed for a third time in 2019. They released an EP of newly recorded tracks called 1972 which consists of covers of songs released in 1972. They released a double live album in 2023 called Shake Your Money Maker Live.Bruce presents this album which reinterprets the blues. Jealous AgainThe debut single from the band and the album would reach number 75 on the Billboard Hot 100, and number 5 on the Billboard Album Rock Tracks charts. The song is about jealousy and the inner turmoil that it causes. There was a lawsuit against Gretchen Wilson for her song “Work Hard, Play Harder,” which was settled out of court. Chris and Rich Robinson were given songwriting credits for the track, along with an undisclosed sum in the settlement.Struttin' BluesThis deep cut will be unfamiliar to those who haven't played the album or CD, but it gives you a good flavor for the album as a whole. It is pretty much a straightforward blues piece. “My baby got her engine hummin' Struttin' blues gonna' find me again.”Twice As HardThis is the starting track to the album. The lyrics are about the difficulties of leaving a relationship for the second time, or perhaps about getting off drugs. One theory is that it is a little of both, with the first time being when the guy leaves his love over her use of drugs, and the second time when he says goodbye at her funeral. She Talks to AngelsOne of the bigger hits from the album, this song reached number 30 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 1 on the Albums tracks. The riff and the lyrics are older, going back to their early days. The picture of the girl is an amalgam of girls they saw at clubs in Atlanta who would dress goth. Much of the lyrics were written early in Chris and Rich Robinson's life when hey really hadn't lived the drug lifestyle that they talk about. The song inspired Hootie and The Blowfish's song “Let Her Cry.” ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:Main theme from the television series “Twin Peaks”David Lynch's quirky show got its start in this month. STAFF PICKS:Big Blue '82 by Daniella DaxWayne gets the staff pick party hopping with this deep but danceable cut. Danielle Dax is an experimental musician from England who tells a simple story of being newly in love with this song. Although not as well known in the States, Dax was big in the club circuit in Europe before switching to a career in interior design in 1996.Nothing Compares 2 by Sinead O'ConnorLynch brings us the unmistakable sound of O'Connor's biggest hit and cover of a song originally penned and performed by Prince. While the original was a funk and soul ballad, O'Connor strips the ballad down to a raw, emotional piece focusing on her powerful vocals.Big Love by Robert Plant Rob features Led Zeppelin's vocalist on a track from his third album, “Manic Nirvana.” This was the playful first single, and is filled with double entendres. Sexual innuendoes were common in Led Zeppelin songs, so this continues the tradition. It is about an affair with a flight attendant when it references “free air miles.” Kiss This Thing Goodbye by Del AmitriBruce closes out the staff picks with a shuffle beat song off Del Amitri's second studio album, “Waking Hours.” Del Amitri will be better known to U.S. listeners for their 1995 single, “Roll to Me.” This song tells the tale of a love that has been over for a while, and the couple need to make the decision to move on. LAUGH TRACK:Heartbreaker (At the End of Lonely Street) by Dread ZeppelinWhat do you get when you cross Led Zeppelin with an Elvis impersonator? Find out as we leave this week's podcast.