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American singer-songwriter, musician, poet, author, and artist

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Ad Age Marketer's Brief
Fender Music's Evan Jones on growing an already iconic brand

Ad Age Marketer's Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2023 27:12


Evan Jones, chief marketing officer of Fender Music, discusses how he works to make the biggest and arguably most legendary brand in guitars even bigger. It's a tough job for a 77-year-old company whose Stratocaster has been a mainstay at least since Buddy Holly in the 1950s, used later by Jimi Hendrix, the Beatles and Bob Dylan among countless others.

107.7 The Bone
Let's talk about legends

107.7 The Bone

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2023 14:52


Bob Dylan turned up at Farm Aid unannounced and backed up by The Heartbreakers; Shout out to local farmers! Keith Richards is living a clean-ish lifestyle and Steve talks about his favorite drummer John Bonham, on the anniversary of his passing. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Kreative Kontrol
Ep. #804: Tommy Stinson

Kreative Kontrol

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2023 61:42


Tommy Stinson discusses the wonderful new box set, Tim: Let it Bleed Edition by his old band, the Replacements, touring Canada in October with Tommy Stinson's Cowboys in the Campfire and the stories behind the songs on their new album, Wronger, John Doe and Bob Dylan, the state of American life and writing new songs about it, loving Canada, other future plans, and much more.Supported by you on Patreon, plus Blackbyrd Myoozik, Pizza Trokadero, the Bookshelf, Planet Bean Coffee, and Grandad's Donuts. Support Y.E.S.S. and Black Women United YEG. Follow vish online.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/kreative-kontrol. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Jeremiah Show
Radio Drop - Richard Barone - Music + Revolution Book

The Jeremiah Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2023 0:04


Thanks for the shout-out on The Arwen Lewis Show Richard! Pick up your copy of "Music + Revolution: Greenwich Village in the 1960s" HERE:https://bit.ly/3t4aJkd By Richard Barone Even before the Beatnik Riots of 1961, New York City's Greenwich Village was the epicenter of revolutionary movements in American music and culture. But, in the early 1960s and throughout the decade, a new wave of writers and performers inspired by the folk music revival of the 1950s created socially aware and deeply personal songs that spoke to a generation like never before. These writers—Bob Dylan, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Janis Ian, and Phil Ochs, to name a few—changed the folk repertoire from traditional songs to songs sprung from personal, contemporary experiences and the nation's headlines, raising the level of political self-expression to high art. Message and music merged and mirrored society. In Music + Revolution: Greenwich Village in the 1960s, Richard Barone unrolls a freewheeling historical narrative, peppered with personal stories and insights from those who were there. Illustrated with contemporaneous portraits of the musicians by renowned photographer David Gahr, it celebrates the lasting legacy of a pivotal decade with stories behind the songs that resonate just as strongly today.

Word In Your Ear
Mojo's 30th birthday plus bands whose t-shirts you'd wear even if you didn't have any of their records

Word In Your Ear

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2023 54:42


Both of us were involved in the launch of Mojo 30 years ago in the autumn of 1993 and we dug out our copies of the first issue. As editor Paul Du Noyer said on page 3, it was “our confirmed intention to pitch a wang-dang-doodle – all night long, if necessary.” The cover story was about a sequence from Eat The Document, the film by DA Pennebaker of Bob Dylan's '66 tour that was never released and could only be seen on bootleg VHS cassettes. And this bit was so rare and controversial it had even been deleted from most of the bootlegs - none more niche! – and featured Dylan and John Lennon's stoned ramblings in a black cab after Bob had played the Albert Hall in May ‘66. The piece by Richard Williams also focused on 10 days in the life of Dylan and the Beatles at the time, the kind of specific, deep-end trawl that helped start a whole new wing of rock book publishing. You can see the seeds of the emerging ‘heritage rock' in that first edition too. Mojo have a wonderful 30th anniversary issue out now, by the way. Further logs on this week's conversational fire include … .. why people buy ‘vinyls' when they don't own a record player. … David's story about the HMV security guard who built a shrine to James Last. … the brilliant – and fiercely competitive - mixtapes made and played in music magazines offices. ... the dreadful allegations about Russell Brand and the media rush to cut ties with him. … the band t-shirt favoured by well-heeled businessmen to signify they were once a ‘wild card'. … the Clones Roses, A Band Called Malice … the Dutiful South? … mentioned in despatches: Cat Mother and The All Night Newsboys. … and birthday guest Steve Way on the avenues of discovery encouraged by his love of Paul Weller (including the ruinous pursuit of being a Blue Note completist). Ps Dizzying pop facts: go back 30 years from the launch of Mojo and it's ‘I Want To Hold Your Hand'. There are copies of that first issue on eBay for £44.99 amazingly.Get your exclusive NordVPN deal here: https://nordvpn.com/yourearIt's risk-free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee.Tickets for Word In Your Ear live at 21 Soho on October 30th here: https://www.tickettext.co.uk/ysY3FvyFaeSubscribe to Word In Your Ear on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/wordinyourear Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Word Podcast
Mojo's 30th birthday plus bands whose t-shirts you'd wear even if you didn't have any of their records

Word Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2023 54:42


Both of us were involved in the launch of Mojo 30 years ago in the autumn of 1993 and we dug out our copies of the first issue. As editor Paul Du Noyer said on page 3, it was “our confirmed intention to pitch a wang-dang-doodle – all night long, if necessary.” The cover story was about a sequence from Eat The Document, the film by DA Pennebaker of Bob Dylan's '66 tour that was never released and could only be seen on bootleg VHS cassettes. And this bit was so rare and controversial it had even been deleted from most of the bootlegs - none more niche! – and featured Dylan and John Lennon's stoned ramblings in a black cab after Bob had played the Albert Hall in May ‘66. The piece by Richard Williams also focused on 10 days in the life of Dylan and the Beatles at the time, the kind of specific, deep-end trawl that helped start a whole new wing of rock book publishing. You can see the seeds of the emerging ‘heritage rock' in that first edition too. Mojo have a wonderful 30th anniversary issue out now, by the way. Further logs on this week's conversational fire include … .. why people buy ‘vinyls' when they don't own a record player. … David's story about the HMV security guard who built a shrine to James Last. … the brilliant – and fiercely competitive - mixtapes made and played in music magazines offices. ... the dreadful allegations about Russell Brand and the media rush to cut ties with him. … the band t-shirt favoured by well-heeled businessmen to signify they were once a ‘wild card'. … the Clones Roses, A Band Called Malice … the Dutiful South? … mentioned in despatches: Cat Mother and The All Night Newsboys. … and birthday guest Steve Way on the avenues of discovery encouraged by his love of Paul Weller (including the ruinous pursuit of being a Blue Note completist). Ps Dizzying pop facts: go back 30 years from the launch of Mojo and it's ‘I Want To Hold Your Hand'. There are copies of that first issue on eBay for £44.99 amazingly.Get your exclusive NordVPN deal here: https://nordvpn.com/yourearIt's risk-free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee.Tickets for Word In Your Ear live at 21 Soho on October 30th here: https://www.tickettext.co.uk/ysY3FvyFaeSubscribe to Word In Your Ear on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/wordinyourear Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Rock's Backpages
E161: Mick Gold on Let It Rock + Pub Rock + Bruce Springsteen + Jann Wenner

Rock's Backpages

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2023 71:58


In this episode we welcome music writer/photographer turned award-winning TV director Mick Gold and ask him to return to the mid-'70s to discuss pub rock, Bruce Springsteen and the wonderful Let It Rock magazine. Mick explains how he fell in with Let It Rock's "hard-up left-wing intellectuals" after penning a 5,000-word Beatles thesis at Sussex University. We then hear about the magazine and its eclectic agenda, along with our guest's parallel career as a photographer and his 1976 photo-essay book Rock on the Road. This in turn leads to a conversation about the "pub rock" scene that mushroomed in London during Let It Rock's 1972-75 lifespan. Along with Mick's 1975 Dr. Feelgood interview, Mark, Martin and Barney share their memories of gigs by Kilburn & the High Roads and Chili Willi & the Red Hot Peppers. The gradual transition from Pub to Punk is recalled and analysed with passing reference to Mick's 1976 Street Life interview with Patti Smith. The mid-'70s theme takes us into clips from a 2016 audio interview in which Bruce Springsteen talks to Vanity Fair's David Kamp about 1975's breakthrough classic 'Born to Run' — and then to a further discussion of the Boss' inclusion in Jann Wenner's controversial new book The Masters. After Mark quotes from interviews with Dizzy Gillespie, James Brown, Todd Rundgren, Chic and Wham!, Jasper talks us out with his notes on pieces about Nona Hendryx and Rammellzee. Pieces discussed: The Band, Rock on the Road introduction, Bob Dylan at 60, Brinsley Schwarz, Dr. Feelgood, Pub Rock Proms, Bruce Springsteen on 'Born to Run', Dizzy Gillespie, Ike & Tina Turner, James Brown, Todd Rundgren, Chic, Wham!, Bruce Springsteen, Nona Hendryx and Rammellzee.

Dean Delray's LET THERE BE TALK
#716 : Bob Dylan goes electric again, Neil Young at The Roxy and guest Brandon Henderson C.E.0. of BOXCAR Comedy Club

Dean Delray's LET THERE BE TALK

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2023 83:12


Today I dive into Bob Dylan playing at Farm Aid with The Heartbreakers , Neil Young and John Mayer concerts in LA, Usher being selected for the Super Bowl Halftime and a bonus guest Brandon Henderson C.E.O. of BOXCAR Comedy Club in Springville Utah   Thanks for watching and please don't forget to subscribe. All my tour dates at https://www.deandelray.com/ Patreon bonus episodes at https://www.patreon.com/DeanDelray

The Paul Leslie Hour
#934 - Aaron Neville

The Paul Leslie Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2023


#934 - Aaron Neville Aaron Neville is a special guest on The Paul Leslie Hour! Are you here? Where y'at? Welcome to The Paul Leslie Hour. We've got a real treat for you. We're honored to welcome legendary singer and songwriter Aaron Neville to the show. Whether solo or on one of his timeless duets, or with the Neville Brothers, there's no doubt Aaron Neville's music has affected your heart. His book TELL IT LIKE IT IS: My Story is out now from Hachette Books. Along with discussion about the book, Paul asks about receiving compliments from Bob Dylan, his friendship with the late Jimmy Buffett and his duet wish list. It's a heart-warming, homespun talk. We've got Aaron Neville comin' right up, but please subscribe to Paul Leslie's YouTube channel and don't forget to ring the bell. If you're feeling extra kind, like and leave a comment. We thank you and love ya. And now, it's time for Aaron Neville. Let's go. The Paul Leslie Hour is a talk show dedicated to “Helping People Tell Their Stories.” Some of the most iconic people of all time drop in to chat. Frequent topics include Arts, Entertainment and Culture.

Crossing the Streams with Brent and Aaron
Gordon Lightfoot & Kingfishr

Crossing the Streams with Brent and Aaron

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2023 70:44


This week, in Episode 181, Aaron and Brent circle back to the folk genre to cover music from a Canadian singer/songwriter who just passed away in May and an Irish trio that named themselves after a particular bird that frequents the river Boro in Wexford.With a style of music that is reminiscent of fellow Irish singer/songwriter Dermot Kennedy, Aaron highlights three songs from the band Kingfishr.With both Bob Dylan and Robbie Robertson citing him as one of their favorite songwriters, Brent picks out three songs from the late Gordon Lightfoot.Visit www.crossingthestreamspodcast.com for extended show notes.

THE ADAM BUXTON PODCAST
EP.205 - SAM BAIN

THE ADAM BUXTON PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2023 65:07


Adam talks with British comedy writer Sam Bain about working with Jesse Armstrong and collaborating with Chris Morris on Four Lions, venturing into the theatre, what he learned from Buddhist retreats, best and worst plane journeys and whether he would have shouted 'Judas' at Bob Dylan in 1966.This conversation was recorded face to face in London on November 8th, 2017Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support and conversation editing.Podcast artwork by Helen GreenRELATED LINKSMARTYN HETT: VICTIM'S FAMILY RECALL MANCHESTER ATTACK 5 YEARS ON by Helen Pidd- 2022 (GUARDIAN)FILMS TO BE BURIED WITH #260 (ADAM BUXTON) - 2023 (OMNY FM)DESERT ISLAND DISCS - ADRIAN EDMONSON - 2023 (BBC SOUNDS) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Spring Midtown
Character Matters | Ruled By The Right Thing - 1 Samuel 8 - Clint Leavitt

The Spring Midtown

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2023 35:50


Sermon Resources: 1. “You may be an ambassador to England or France You may like to gamble, you might like to dance You may be the heavyweight champion of the world You may be a socialite with a long string of pearls But you're gonna have to serve somebody.” -Bob Dylan, "Gotta Serve Somebody" 2.“Freedom is not given to us merely as a firework to be shot off in the air. There are some people who seem to think that their acts are freer in proportion as they are without purpose…That is like saying that one is richer if he throws money out the window than if he spends it. Neither the spending of money nor the waste of money is what makes someone rich. He is rich by virtue of what he has, and his riches are valuable to him for what he can do with them. As for freedom, it grows no greater by being wasted, or spent, but it is given to us as a talent to be traded with until the coming of Christ.” -Thomas Merton, "No Man Is An Island" 3. Study on America's overwork problem: https://www.ilo.org/global/about-the-ilo/newsroom/news/WCMS_071326/lang--en/index.htm 4. Pew Research Study on Dating: https://www.pewresearch.org/social-trends/2020/08/20/nearly-half-of-u-s-adults-say-dating-has-gotten-harder-for-most-people-in-the-last-10-years/ 5. “We have been led to believe that the self is sacred. Just as in an earlier time it was thought never fitting to deny God, now it seems never right to deny oneself.” -Robert Bellah, "Habits of the Heart" 6. “Their request is nothing less than a change in Israel's foundational commitment to God…This rejection is not a new happening but is characteristic in the history of Israel (v. 8). The whole history of Israel is one of “forsaking” and going after other gods. This request for a king is one more step in the continuing performance of mistrust (c.f. Psalm 106). The issue of monarchy in God's speech is perceived as Israel's unwillingness to have God as the source and rule of life.” -Walter Brueggemann, Interpretation Commentary Join us below: Facebook: www.facebook.com/midtownpreschurch Instagram: www.instagram.com/midtown.pres Website: www.midtownpres.org Community Groups: www.midtownpres.org/community-groups Sunday Services: www.midtownpres.org

I Am Refocused Podcast Show
Dr. Barbara D'Amato - author of Triskele

I Am Refocused Podcast Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2023 23:07


B. D'Amato is a psychoanalyst in private practice in NYC. She has written numerous professional papers analyzing the psychic conflicts of literary characters and their authors, i.e., Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, R L Stevenson's Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot. Her most recent publication considers the lyrics in Bob Dylan's “Murder Most Foul” from a hypnogogic perspective. Triskele is her first work of fiction. https://bdamato.com/https://www.instagram.com/drbarbaradamato/https://twitter.com/DrBarbaraDAmato

Música y Letra
Música y Letra: Favoritos de Bob Dylan I

Música y Letra

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2023 59:57


Andrés Amorós dedica este programa a Bob Dylan con algunas de las canciones favoritas del artista.

Sports Gambling Podcast Network
Fantasy Football Week 3 Start/Sit + Q&A | Old-Fashioned Football (Ep. 70)

Sports Gambling Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2023 70:13


The NFL is back and Week 2 is in the books! We had a good first Week 1 but we are looking to improve in Week 3! Maybe your team didn't get the win in Week 1 and you need a bounce back. Maybe you're an underdog and need some players to step up. You've likely got your top starters in the lineup, but who do you put in the flex? Who are Week 3 start sit players? Should you start or sit Baker Mayfield? What about Kyle Pitts? Brock Purdy and Derek Carr are also discussed! We also discuss the Cam Akers trade and league injuries.   We don't discuss the obvious players. Note: If you have CMC, you shouldn't bench him unless he's injured. However, we'll go over some other names we saw drafted and mentioned a lot and if we think you should start them in Week 3 or sit them. We will also answer questions from anybody in the live chat about your lineups this week. Join us for an Old-Fashioned live! Fantasy Football Week 3 Start/Sit + Q&A | Old-Fashioned Football (Ep. 70) As always, it isn't all football on Old-Fashioned Football. This week we are drinking Heaven's Door, Bob Dylan's whiskey. Make sure you check out Monday's episode to get the full history and review of three different Heaven's Door whiskeys. We answer plenty of questions for start/sits as well as trade review questions. Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube so you can get your questions in live! Time Stamps 0:00 – Intro to Fantasy Football Week 3 Start/Sit 17:16 – Injury Report 27:44 – Starts 43:36 – Sit 56:50 – Mailroom Don't forget to follow all our social media pages including Old-Fashioned Football's Youtube. Also Old-Fashioned Football's Twitter. And of course, JMark and Mir's Twitter as well. Plus, Old-Fashioned Football has a Facebook page. Also make sure to follow our Instagram for cool bottle photos, reels, and more! Don't forget to make sure you DM us any questions you have, whether it's fantasy football, NFL opinions, or whiskey! Or, hop in the YouTube chat when we're live and we'll answer on the spot! Join the SGPN community #DegensOnly Exclusive Merch, Contests and Bonus Episodes ONLY on Patreon - https://sg.pn/patreon Discuss with fellow degens on Discord - https://sg.pn/discord SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app Check out the Sports Gambling Podcast on YouTube - https://sg.pn/YouTube Check out our website - http://sportsgamblingpodcast.com Support us by supporting our partners Gametime code SGPN - Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code SGPN for $20 off your first purchase - https://gametime.co/ DraftKings code SGP - $5 bet gets you $200 in bonus bets - https://www.draftkings.com Factor Meals code SGPN50 - 50% off Factor Meals - https://www.factormeals.com/sgpn50 Underdog Fantasy code SGPN - 100% Deposit Match up to $100 - https://play.underdogfantasy.com/p-sgpn Hall Of Fame Bets code SGPN - 50% off your first month today - https://hof-bets.app.link/sgpn Watch Old-Fashioned Football YouTube - www.youtube.com/@Old-FashionedFootball   Follow Old-Fashioned Football On Social Media Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/OldFashionedFB Instagram – www.instagram.com/oldfashionedfootballpodcast Follow The Hosts On Social Media Miranda - http://www.twitter.com/themirmark Justin Mark - http://www.twitter.com/JMarkFootball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Chuck Shute Podcast
Beau Hill (music producer- Ratt, Warrant, Winger)

Chuck Shute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2023 107:22 Transcription Available


Beau Hill is a music producer best known for his work with Ratt, Alice Cooper, Warrant, Winger, Europe and Kix.  In this episode we discuss a variety of things throughout his career and his life.  He tells stories of working with music legends like Stevie Nicks, Bob Dylan and Eric Clapton. We also discuss his thoughts on Poison's CC Deville doing the solo on Cherry Pie, the music business, and his path to success. A must listen to episode for music fans! 0:00:00 - Intro0:00:13 - Golf 0:03:00 - Traveling to Antartica 0:06:00 - Beau's Journey 0:08:35 - Jon Keyworth, Denver Broncos 0:09:45 - Production Techniques 0:12:42 - Keith Olsen & Stevie Nicks 0:17:45 - Beau's Band Airborne 0:23:13 - Audition for Foreigner & Spider 0:26:02 - Co-Producing Demos with Sandy Stewart 0:32:05 - Call to Produce Ratt 0:34:40 - Working with Stevie Nicks 0:39:26 - Working with Ratt 0:47:00 - Alice Cooper & Michael Wagener 0:48:24 - Producer Sam Taylor 0:51:15 - Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton & Ron Wood 0:59:30 - Warrant's Cherry Pie & Don Ienner 1:02:30 - CC Deville's Solo on Cherry Pie 1:08:10 - Jani Lane 1:13:07 - Producing, Remixing & Arranging 1:20:20 - Uncle Tom's Cabin 1:22:35 - Job at Interscope 1:27:25 - Black Bambi & Unruly Child 1:31:30 - Elements of a Hit Record 1:33:19 - Oliver Anthony 1:35:55 - Social Media & Connections 1:40:03 - Drinks & Big Parties 1:43:50 - Tunnel to Towers 1:44:50 - Working with New Bands 1:46:30 - Outro Beau Hill Productions website:https://beauhillproductions.com/Tunnels to Towers website:https://t2t.org/Chuck Shute website:https://chuckshute.com/Support the showThanks for Listening & Shute for the Moon!

The Matt McNeil Show - AM950 The Progressive Voice of Minnesota
The Matt McNeil Show – September 22, 2023

The Matt McNeil Show - AM950 The Progressive Voice of Minnesota

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2023 95:12


Edina residnets oppose new affordable housing project; Mike Lindell’s phone was legally seized; Republicans being obtuse on SROs; Paul Metsa and Rick Shefchik are in studio to discuss their new book, Blood in the Tracks, about the making of Bob Dylan’s iconic album.

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST
Wake Of The Flood 50: Row Jimmy

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2023 73:41


Wake Of The Flood 50: Row JimmyThe Deadcast explores the strange not-quite-reggae of “Row Jimmy,” featuring a long never-heard interview with lyricist Robert Hunter from 1977. GUESTS: Donna Jean Godchaux-MacKay, Robert Hunter, David Lemieux, Brian Kehew, Scott Metzger, Shaugn O'DonnellSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

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Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
Ep.118 - Rewind to 1967: The Year That Changed Music Forever

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2023 129:55 Transcription Available


What if we told you that the summer of 1967 could hold the secrets to some of the greatest music ever? With our old pals, Scott, Mark and Lou of the Music Relish Show, we rewind time to this iconic year, unearthing fascinating stories and dissecting pivotal moments in music history. From The Doors' groundbreaking debut album to the first Shafa music festival in Central Park, our conversation takes unexpected twists, even as we navigate technical glitches, sharing laughs, and profound insights along the way.Drum roll, please! We explore the importance of drumming in setting the tone of a song, using The Doors' debut album as a case study. Our banter veers from the arrest of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards to the Beatles' promotional film for Strawberry Fields Forever. But it's not all music - we also dive into the movies, TV shows, and pop culture moments that defined 1967. Elvis Presley's Clambake, the anti-war movie You Only Live Twice, and TV classics like Hill Street Blues and Kojak are all up for discussion.Finally, our conversation circles back to the bands that shaped the sound of '67, featuring Credence Clearwater Revival, Fleetwood Mac, and Earth, Wind, and Fire, among others. We debate the controversy surrounding Bob Welch's exclusion from Fleetwood Mac and reflect on the Grammy Award win of Jethro Tull. It's a vibrant, exhaustive discussion that doesn't shy away from personal anecdotes and playful banter. So, sit back, relax, and let us take you on a sonic journey through 1967 - a year that forever changed the face of music and pop culture.

Zero Doinks: A Chicago Bears Podcast
S5Ep10: Kansas City Awaits. Fans Are Jumping Ship. Are We?

Zero Doinks: A Chicago Bears Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2023 110:35


As Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs await our 0-2 Bears, some tough questions have to be pondered. One of us is ready to take a stand on something, one of us is not. We do not spend too much time on the Bucs game and instead move onto the next opponent who we hope to god the Bears can actually hang with and not embarrass the whole fandom for once. Lots of surprises along the way and hopefully some entertainment for your ears as we continue to hope for the best but expect the worst. 0:00 - 03:04 - Apologies to The Basement Tapes and Bob Dylan for the cover song. 03:04 - 04:36 - What's on tap tonight 04:36 - 36:30 - Bears-Bucs and NFL Review. 36:30 - 56:43 - Chiefs Preview. 56:43 - 74:16 - Hamm's N Bread. 74:16 - 82:12 - Bears Fantasy Corner. 82:12 - 95:36 - B1G Minute. 95:36 - END - Let's Wrap this M'Fer Up and Outro Music. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/zerodoinks/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/zerodoinks/support

Song by Song
New Year's Eve, Bad As Me, Tom Waits [426]

Song by Song

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2023 27:55


At the end of the album-proper, Andrea, Martin and Sam consider the festive season as well as all its associated traumas. We return to Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Rickie Lee Jones as well as 1970s Tom Waits, debating possible autobiographical elements, poverty tourism, and which lullaby is best used to ring in the new year. website: songbysongpodcast.com twitter: @songbysongpod e-mail: songbysongpodcast@gmail.com Music extracts used for illustrative/review purposes include: New Year's Eve, Bad As Me, Tom Waits (2011) A Sight For Sore Eyes, Foreign Affairs, Tom Waits (1977) We think your Song by Song experience will be enhanced by hearing, in full, the songs featured in the show, which you can get hold of from your favourite record shop or online platform. Please support artists by buying their music, or using services which guarantee artists a revenue - listen responsibly.

The Touring Fan Live
Another Unnecessary List-- Dissecting the Controversy: Jan Wiener's 'The Masters', Rolling Stone Uproar, and Anticipating Pearl Jam

The Touring Fan Live

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2023 67:51


What happens when the co-founder of a legendary magazine drops a bombshell with his recent book, stirring up quite the controversy? This episode has us dissecting Jan Wanner's  "The Masters," a book that has sparked heated debates with its perceived exclusion of women and people of color. Together, we sift through Wiener's selection of 'masters' which include Bob Dylan, Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead, and Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones. We push the boundaries of this discussion, scrutinizing these musicians and their legitimate claim to the title of 'masters.'We're not stopping there. Get ready for a deep-dive into the world of Rolling Stone magazine and its influence on rock and roll. We examine the imprint of acclaimed artists like Pete Townsend and Jimi Hendrix on various music genres, and how Rolling Stone has capitalized on the talents of these musicians. We even call out the hypocrisy of the magazine's claim to revolutionize music while they seemingly failed to recognize the true masters of the craft. As we wrap up, we switch gears to share our excitement about the upcoming Pearl Jam tour and the thrill of seeing them perform live. We've got a big announcement coming up too, so stay tuned! And don't miss our next episode where we'll be joined by Randy from the Alive and Four Legs podcast. We'll continue our exploration into the world of music with a breakdown of the Pearl Jam tour, plus a special focus on the Hitchhiker series. Trust us, you won't want to miss out!(0:00:00) - Controversy Over Jan Wiener's Book(0:12:29) - Masters of Music(0:22:03) - Discussion on Musical Masters(0:26:43) - Comparing Pete Townsend and Jimi Hendrix(0:33:15) - Rock and Roll Legends Controversial Remarks(0:47:49) - Artistic Evolution in the Music Industry(0:52:49) - Race and Representation in Music HOF(1:00:34) - Pearl Jam and Future Plans(1:06:40) - Upcoming Show and Exciting Guestswww.TheTouringFanLive.commedia@TheTouringFanLive.Comwww.facebook.com/TheTouringFanLiveInstagram-@TheTouringFanLiveCopyright The Touring Fan Live 2022

WDR ZeitZeichen
Vor 50 Jahren: US-Songwriter Jim Croce stirbt bei Flugzeugabsturz

WDR ZeitZeichen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2023 14:25


"Time in a Bottle", "Rapid Roy", "Photographs and Memories": Jim Croce komponiert Songs für die Ewigkeit. Als er am 20.9.1973 stirbt, ist er gerade einmal 30 Jahre alt. Von Thomas Pfaff.

Deadhead Cannabis Show
Knockin On Heaven's Door; Jimi Hendrix joins the 27 Club 53 years ago

Deadhead Cannabis Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2023 68:51


"A Night of Rock and Roll Remembrance: Grateful Dead at MSG, 1990"Larry Mishkin pays tribute to Jimi Hendrix, reflecting on his iconic rock career and tragic passing 53 years ago. He shares anecdotes about Hendrix's influence on rock music and highlights the infamous 27 Club, a group of rock legends who died at the age of 27. The episode also previews upcoming music events, including Fish Fest and Tedeschi Trucks Band's shows with special guests like Warren Haynes and Norah Jones, promising an exciting lineup for music enthusiasts..Produced by PodConx  Deadhead Cannabis Show - https://podconx.com/podcasts/deadhead-cannabis-showLarry Mishkin - https://podconx.com/guests/larry-mishkinRob Hunt - https://podconx.com/guests/rob-huntJay Blakesberg - https://podconx.com/guests/jay-blakesbergMeetLoaf Website - https://meetloaftribute.com/performance-schedule/Recorded on Squadcast Grateful Dead, September 18, 1990, MSG, NYCGrateful Dead Live at Madison Square Garden on 1990-09-18 : Free Borrow & Streaming : Internet Archive This show was on the 20th anniversay of Jimi Hendrix's death.  Interesting because I see it in headlines re this show, but they really didn't play anything Jimi related as far as I can tell and none of the comments even mention that.  Neverthless, it is a noteworthy anniversary (53 years he has been gone, almost double his life span of 27, he's in that club). Dead also did a show on this date in 1970, the day Jimi died but when I  checked that show there was no acknowledgement (that I could hear) of Jimi dying but of course, back then with no interenet, they may not even have known on that date anyway. Nevertheless, Jimi is Jimi so I'm openkng the episode with him on the intro and then switching over to the Dead show.  INTRO:               Foxey Lady                           Jimi Hendrix                           Miami Pop Festival, 1968 (great You Tube video , check it out)                           The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Foxey Lady (Miami Pop 1968) - YouTube                           Start – 1:30                            One of my favorite openings of any rock song out there.  Just loud Jimi from the outset,  Even if you are not a big Jimi fan, you may also recognize this because of how distinctive it is.               Jimi born on Nov. 27, 1942 in Seattle              Died in 1970 in London              Member of the “27” club along with; Brian Jones (Stones), Alan Wilson (Canned Heat), Jim Morrison (Doors),Janis Joplin,Kurt Cobain (Nirvana),Pig PenAmy WinehouseDave Alexander (Stooges – with Iggy Pop)Peter Ham (Badfinger) Created three of the most famous albums in rock:               Are you Experienced              Axis: Bold as Love              Electric Ladyland Jimi died 53 years ago today. Hendrix aspirated his own vomit and died of asphyxia while intoxicated with barbiturates.Still considered the greatest rock guitarist ever although there are a few who could give him a serious run for the money.  Dead Great show, Vince's third show (started on 9.7.90) and Bruce Hornsby's 3d as well.  Show known for all of its epic jams which I will primarily be focusing on. SHOW #1:          Minglelwood Blues                           Track #2                           3:15 – 4:23                            Perenial tune that the Dead played from Day one (and even before) through the end.  Check out Bruce's jam on this clip and then band comes crashing back in.  Very cool. SHOW #2:          To Lay Me Down                           Track #7                           Start – 1:33                            I know I have mostly been featuring jams, but Jerry's vocals are so beautiful here, with great crowd reaction, that on this one I had to go with the vocals.  A nine minute version of one of Jerry and Hunter's  prettiest ballads.  When Jerry's voice is on, like here, you can make a strong argument is is their best. SHOW #3:          Promised Land                           Track #8                           3:33 – 5:00                           Love this song whether it opens the show or closes the set as here.  Just a rocker written by Chuck Berry while he was in jail – used the prison library atlas to help him pick out the geographic route taken by the “Poor Boy” on his trip from Norfolk VA to LA via bus, plain and the houstontown people who care a thing about him and won't let him down. But check out this jam at the end of the song.  Normally breaks right off after the final lyrics but today they just jam it out – the spirit of Jimi? SHOW #4:          Foolish Heart (jam out of – from So Many Roads Boxed Set)                           Track # 11                           6:20 – 7:45                            Classic Dead jam that got a lot of attention when it was included in the Dead's original box set, So Many Roads, released a long time ago (Nov. 7, 1999) as a separate track actually titled, “Jam Out Of Foolish Heart”.  At their improvisational best here. Strong Other One foreshadowing which plays out as advertised after a strong drums and funky Space.  The whole second set just rolls along.  A good night to be in MSG seeing the boys.  OUTRO:              Knockin On Heaven's Door                           Track # 18                           Start – 1:30                            Again, the music intro jam is so great that's what I am featuring.  Be sure to check out Bruce Hornsby's jumping in on the accordion!  Really nice Bob Dylan cover, Jerry played it for years.  Was released on his Run For The Roses album.

Progressive Voices
Free Forum JONATHAN TAPLIN 2018 Inteview 09-18-2023

Progressive Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2023 60:00


JONATHAN TAPLIN is former tour manager for Bob Dylan and The Band, producer of two Martin Scorsese films, MEAN STREETS and THE LAST WALTZ, and Director Emeritus of the USC Annenberg Innovation Lab. Next week I'll talk with him about his new book, THE END OF REALITY: How Four Billionaires Are Selling a Fantasy Future of the Metaverse, Mars, And Crypto. How better to warm up for that than by replaying our 2018 conversation about his earlier book MOVE FAST AND BREAK THINGS: How Facebook, Google and Amazon Cornered Culture and Undermined Democracy.

This is Vinyl Tap
SE3, EP25: The Band - The Band

This is Vinyl Tap

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2023 137:51


On this week's episode, we discuss the Band and their second LP, The Band (also affectionately known as the Brown Album).  With 50 plus years having passed, its difficult to understand the impact the Band had on the music industry, but it was HUGE. It is also hard to find a band that incorporated more American music traditions into their sound than the Band did, which is odd when you consider all but one of the members was Canadian. After years of honing their skills in individual groups, they found each other while playing together as unit backing rockabilly great Ronnie Hawkins and later backing the newly electrified Bob Dylan. On this, their second album, the Band continues the exploration of musical genres and lyrical themes they started with the debut album: Music From Big Pink.  Like its predecessor, The Band is a collection of outstanding songs played expertly by some of the best musicians in all of rock. Yet The Band  feels like a more cohesive statement and may arguably be their masterpiece. And it is fitting that we explore this album in the wake of the recent passing of main songwriter and guitarist, Robbie Robertson.

The Road to Now
Celebrating Levon Helm w/ John Barry & Larry Campbell

The Road to Now

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2023 50:17


Although he passed away a decade ago, Levon Helm is still the voice of Americana music. Always will be, in my opinion. Levon was drummer for The Band, collaborator with Bob Dylan, actor, husband, father, and friend. In his new book, Levon Helm: Rock, Roll, Ramble, author John Barry gives a first-hand account of Levon's struggles with cancer and financial ruin that led to the legendary Midnight Rambles concerts at his home in Woodstock, New York. On this episode of the Road to Now, Bob celebrates the life of Levon Helm with John, and musician and producer Larry Campbell who has worked with Levon, as well as Bob Dylan, Sheryl Crow, K.D. Lang, and Willie Nelson..­ This is a rebroadcast of RTN #250, which originally aired on October 22, 2022. This rebroadcast was edited by Otto Schroth.

The Age Old Question
What Is Your Favorite Bob Dylan song?

The Age Old Question

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2023 64:43


In this episode, Rich and Clint recap HUG YOUR FARMER, a music benefit concert in Burlington that raised $219K for Vermont farmers reeling from July's flooding. The concert's theme was a celebration of the music of Bob Dylan, and featured Chadwick Stokes (of Dispatch), Tony-winner Kelli O'Hara, Martin Sexton, Mike Gordon (of Phish) with his daughter Tessa Gordon, Kat Wright, Dwight & Nicole, The Sweet Remains, Josh Panda and more. The house band featured Bob Wagner, Ray Paczkowski (of Trey Anastasio Band), Clint, Peter Day (of The Grift), Steve Hadeka and more. The episode features backstage interviews and concert recordings of the highlights - it's a celebration of the power of music to bring the community together. The concert audio was recorded by James Bridges. The Age Old Question is part of Pantheon Podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Sports
Lincoln A. Mitchell, "The One Hundred Most Important Players in Baseball History" (Artemesia Publishing, 2023)

New Books in Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2023 54:38


Baseball lore and history is filled with many valuable players, and not all of them are the Hall of Famers you know. In The One Hundred Most Important Players in Baseball History (Artemesia Publishing, 2023) Lincoln A. Mitchell highlights the one hundred players who have had the biggest impact on baseball, popular culture, and history through their careers inside or outside of baseball. You'll find stories about famous players like Babe Ruth and Jackie Robinson, but also lesser known but deeply impactful baseball players like Curt Flood, Hal Chase, and Felipe Alou. For over 120 years baseball has been a deep part of American life as folk culture and big business, but for just as long it has also been central to race relations, labor issues, global conflicts, and the songs of Bob Dylan. These one hundred players have influenced not only America's pastime but the country as well. Paul Knepper covered the New York Knicks for Bleacher Report. His first book, The Knicks of the Nineties: Ewing, Oakley, Starks and the Brawlers That Almost Won It All was published in 2020. You can reach Paul at paulknepper@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @paulieknep. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sports

New Books in History
Lincoln A. Mitchell, "The One Hundred Most Important Players in Baseball History" (Artemesia Publishing, 2023)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2023 54:38


Baseball lore and history is filled with many valuable players, and not all of them are the Hall of Famers you know. In The One Hundred Most Important Players in Baseball History (Artemesia Publishing, 2023) Lincoln A. Mitchell highlights the one hundred players who have had the biggest impact on baseball, popular culture, and history through their careers inside or outside of baseball. You'll find stories about famous players like Babe Ruth and Jackie Robinson, but also lesser known but deeply impactful baseball players like Curt Flood, Hal Chase, and Felipe Alou. For over 120 years baseball has been a deep part of American life as folk culture and big business, but for just as long it has also been central to race relations, labor issues, global conflicts, and the songs of Bob Dylan. These one hundred players have influenced not only America's pastime but the country as well. Paul Knepper covered the New York Knicks for Bleacher Report. His first book, The Knicks of the Nineties: Ewing, Oakley, Starks and the Brawlers That Almost Won It All was published in 2020. You can reach Paul at paulknepper@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @paulieknep. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in American Studies
Lincoln A. Mitchell, "The One Hundred Most Important Players in Baseball History" (Artemesia Publishing, 2023)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2023 54:38


Baseball lore and history is filled with many valuable players, and not all of them are the Hall of Famers you know. In The One Hundred Most Important Players in Baseball History (Artemesia Publishing, 2023) Lincoln A. Mitchell highlights the one hundred players who have had the biggest impact on baseball, popular culture, and history through their careers inside or outside of baseball. You'll find stories about famous players like Babe Ruth and Jackie Robinson, but also lesser known but deeply impactful baseball players like Curt Flood, Hal Chase, and Felipe Alou. For over 120 years baseball has been a deep part of American life as folk culture and big business, but for just as long it has also been central to race relations, labor issues, global conflicts, and the songs of Bob Dylan. These one hundred players have influenced not only America's pastime but the country as well. Paul Knepper covered the New York Knicks for Bleacher Report. His first book, The Knicks of the Nineties: Ewing, Oakley, Starks and the Brawlers That Almost Won It All was published in 2020. You can reach Paul at paulknepper@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @paulieknep. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

Gurl Stop
E60 - GOP "Debate", Uninformed Man's Bob Dylan, Elissa's MAGA Former Friend, G.L.O.W. AND MORE!

Gurl Stop

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2023 41:34


Thanks for listening! You're a special angel! Follow us on: twitter.com/gurlstop_podinstagram.com/gurlstop.podfacebook.com/gurlstop.pod Email us at gurlstop.pod@gmail.com Ciao babies

New Books Network
Lincoln A. Mitchell, "The One Hundred Most Important Players in Baseball History" (Artemesia Publishing, 2023)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2023 54:38


Baseball lore and history is filled with many valuable players, and not all of them are the Hall of Famers you know. In The One Hundred Most Important Players in Baseball History (Artemesia Publishing, 2023) Lincoln A. Mitchell highlights the one hundred players who have had the biggest impact on baseball, popular culture, and history through their careers inside or outside of baseball. You'll find stories about famous players like Babe Ruth and Jackie Robinson, but also lesser known but deeply impactful baseball players like Curt Flood, Hal Chase, and Felipe Alou. For over 120 years baseball has been a deep part of American life as folk culture and big business, but for just as long it has also been central to race relations, labor issues, global conflicts, and the songs of Bob Dylan. These one hundred players have influenced not only America's pastime but the country as well. Paul Knepper covered the New York Knicks for Bleacher Report. His first book, The Knicks of the Nineties: Ewing, Oakley, Starks and the Brawlers That Almost Won It All was published in 2020. You can reach Paul at paulknepper@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @paulieknep. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Anthology of Horror
The Troubles and the IRA

Anthology of Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2023 119:07


Join host Spring Heeled Jack on a journey into the heart of darkness as we delve deep into a chapter of history that was both deeply complicated and shrouded in shadows - the Troubles in Northern Ireland. In this chilling episode, we satiate the long-overdue craving of our audience for a true crime tale, but be warned, this isn't your typical true crime story.The Troubles were a nightmarish conflict that plagued Northern Ireland for three decades, leaving a trail of destruction and death. Jack has worked tirelessly to unravel the intricate web of this conflict, offering an unbiased retelling of the events that unfolded.As we explore this complex and nuanced era, we'll uncover the stories of paramilitary groups, political tensions, and the toll it took on civilians caught in the crossfire. Join us as we shine a light on the darkest corners of history, revealing the true horrors that unfolded during the Troubles.Musical interluds: Written by Spring Heeled Jack aka Anthony LandisClosing song:  "Girl from the North Country" written by Bob Dylan. Covered and recorded by "Lions"Support the showYe olde march shop https://www.aohpmerch.com/s/shopDemented Darkness https://open.spotify.com/show/2ausD083OiTmVycCKpapQ8Dark Side of the Nerd https://open.spotify.com/show/6cwN3N3iifSVbddNRsXRTuFoxhound43 https://rumble.com/user/Foxhound43

Word In Your Ear
Pulitzer Prize winner David Remnick takes the long view of Bruce Springsteen, Aretha Franklin, Macca and more

Word In Your Ear

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2023 29:13


David Remnick got his Pulitzer for his reporting on Russia. These days he edits The New Yorker, in which capacity he has had close encounters with some of music's legends during their final acts, some of which is gathered in “Holding The Note”, a collection of his writings on music. From his ill-lit Manhattan eyrie he talks to David Hepworth of many matters, including:….what was in the handbag which remained on the piano during Aretha Franklin shows….what it was like being on the receiving end of an almighty dressing-down from the elderly Leonard Cohen….how Bruce Springsteen learned nothing at school but has picked up a great deal since….how Bob Dylan reckons he's in a “post-interview” phase of life - or is he?….how his father took him to see Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald and he has taken his own kids to see Radiohead….how Keith Richards found a ghost writer who could throw his voice….what was really the last good Stones album.…why you should never try to get rock stars to like you.Pre-order Holding The Note here: https://www.panmacmillan.com/authors/david-remnick/holding-the-note/9781035023974Tickets for Word In Your Ear live at 21Soho on September 25th here: https://www.tickettext.co.uk/1SwIYJWoHKSubscribe to Word In Your Ear on Patreon for early - and ad-free! - access to all of our content: https://www.patreon.com/wordinyourear Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Word Podcast
Pulitzer Prize winner David Remnick takes the long view of Bruce Springsteen, Aretha Franklin, Macca and more

Word Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2023 29:13


David Remnick got his Pulitzer for his reporting on Russia. These days he edits The New Yorker, in which capacity he has had close encounters with some of music's legends during their final acts, some of which is gathered in “Holding The Note”, a collection of his writings on music. From his ill-lit Manhattan eyrie he talks to David Hepworth of many matters, including:….what was in the handbag which remained on the piano during Aretha Franklin shows….what it was like being on the receiving end of an almighty dressing-down from the elderly Leonard Cohen….how Bruce Springsteen learned nothing at school but has picked up a great deal since….how Bob Dylan reckons he's in a “post-interview” phase of life - or is he?….how his father took him to see Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald and he has taken his own kids to see Radiohead….how Keith Richards found a ghost writer who could throw his voice….what was really the last good Stones album.…why you should never try to get rock stars to like you.Pre-order Holding The Note here: https://www.panmacmillan.com/authors/david-remnick/holding-the-note/9781035023974Tickets for Word In Your Ear live at 21Soho on September 25th here: https://www.tickettext.co.uk/1SwIYJWoHKSubscribe to Word In Your Ear on Patreon for early - and ad-free! - access to all of our content: https://www.patreon.com/wordinyourear Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duluth News Tribune Minute
Front Row Seat: Book chronicles Bob Dylan's one, perfect Minnesota album session

Duluth News Tribune Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2023 9:53


In this special weekend episode, Duluth News Tribune arts and entertainment reporter Jay Gabler shares his most recent article in his weekly column, "Front Row Seat." Today's topic is: Book chronicles Bob Dylan's one, perfect Minnesota album session. The Duluth News Tribune Minute is a product of Forum Communications Company and is brought to you by reporters at the Duluth News Tribune, Superior Telegram and Cloquet Pine Journal. Find more news throughout the day at duluthnewstribune.com. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider supporting our work with a subscription at duluthnewstribune.news/podcast. Your support allows us to continue providing the local news and content you want.

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Keith's Music Box
KMB on KX FM_08-18-2023

Keith's Music Box

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2023 59:52


Recorded live on KX FM 104.7 in Laguna Beach, California, today's Keith's Music Box features The Babys, Edgar Winter Group, Stealers Wheel, Fleetwood Mac, Phish, Allman Bros Band, Dave Matthews Band, Grateful Dead, Alice Cooper, Styx, The Rascals, Elvis Presley, The Kinks and Bob Dylan

The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast
Bonus - Bob Dylan Costa Mesa 1988 Millard

The Heart of Markness Led Zeppelin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2023 30:24


We hear a great Mike Millard recording of Bob Dylan on July 31, 1988 at the beginning of his Neverending Tour. This is the shirtless vest/GE Smith era, and the setlist is heavy with hits. I play Absolutely Sweet Marie, Simple Twist of Fate, and To Ramona.

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Definitely Dylan
"Dear Bob": Sinéad O'Connor's Letters to Bob Dylan

Definitely Dylan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2023 101:09


In this episode, Laura welcomes back Harry Hew for a conversation about Sinéad O'Connor's open letters to Bob Dylan.A quick note – after converting to Islam in 2018, she adopted the name Shuhada' Sadaquat, but since she continued to work under her birth name, we refer to her as Sinéad O'Connor in this episode.Head over here to read all the letters Sinéad O'Connor wrote to Bob Dylan.Thank you to Thérèse Mullan for her voice acting as Sinéad.Theme music and sound design by Robert Chaney.Check out the Creative Arts Psychotherapy YouTube channel Harry mentioned.Also do yourself a favour and watch Harry's excellent presentation on Bob Dylan's sense of humour here.

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
Ep. 117 - A Year in Review: The Music and Magic of 1972

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2023 155:21


Ready to go on a musical voyage back to 1972?  Scott, Mark and Lou are your guides on this journey through the sounds of a remarkable year. Join us as we reminisce about the legendary albums that set the tone for the year - from Led Zeppelin 4 to Tapestry and everything in between. We don't stop there; we explore how generational differences shape our appreciation for these timeless classics. And, for a fun twist, we bring in a dash of humor with Cheech and Chong skits, and discuss how the hit show Supernatural is a masterclass in mixing and deviating from storylines.As we navigate the diverse soundscape of 1972, we dive into the events that shaped the music world then. Elvis Presley Boulevard, Pink Floyd's Dockside of the Moon, a jam session with Chuck Berry and Keith Richards, and the debut of Paul McCartney's new band, Wings, all feature in our nostalgic tour. Beyond the music, we also tip our hats to the 1972 cinema world, with peculiar gems like Vampire Circus and Dr. Phibes Rides Again, and iconic Westerns like The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. The trip down memory lane doesn't stop there. We reflect on some of the standout albums of the year, from the brooding Black Sabbath's Volume 4 to the introspective musings of Cat Stevens' Teaser and the Fire Cat. We recall the electrifying performances of legends like Miles Davis and Mick Jagger, and the controversies thrown up by the Electric Light Orchestra's live debut. Plus, we pay homage to some of 1972's biggest hits, such as 'Dr. My Eyes' by Jackson Browne and 'I Hear You Knocking' by Dave Edmunds. So, buckle up and get ready to soak up the incredible music of 1972 with us!

Keith's Music Box
KMB on KX FM_09-15-2023

Keith's Music Box

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2023 61:34


Recorded live on KX FM 104.7 in Laguna Beach, California, today's Keith's Music Box features Van Halen, T-Rex, Dire Straits, Steely Dan, Lou Reed, Warren Zevon, Beastie Boys, Soundgarden, the Clash, Carole King, Paul Simon, Carly Simon and Bob Dylan.

Music Buzzz Podcast
Ep. 75: Nathan East (Eric Clapton, Daft Punk, Whitney Houston & more)

Music Buzzz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2023 45:59


ABOUT NATHAN EAST: Nathan is one of the most recorded session bass players of all time and founding member of the contemporary American smooth jazz quartet Fourplay. He has played on more than 2,000 albums & 10,000 songs....with the likes of Eric Clapton, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Phil Collins, Bob Dylan, Beyonce, Whitney Houston, Quincy Jones, Daft Punk, Elton John, Kenny Loggins & many, many more.  ABOUT THE PODCAST:  Candid discussions with and about those behind the scenes in the music business including industry veterans representing the segments of: Musician, Design & Live ABOUT THE HOSTS: All three Music Buzzz Podcast hosts (Dane Clark, Hugh Syme and Andy Wilson) have spent their careers working with the biggest names in entertainment and have been, and still are, a fly on the wall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Famous Lost Words
901 - Season 9! Paul McCartney, Robbie Robertson & The Spinners!

Famous Lost Words

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2023 57:06


In our Season 9 premiere, we feature a couple of amazing interviews with Paul McCartney.  First up, from 1976, Paul tells Canadian broadcast legend Roger Ashby about his creative process, his influences and the long shadow of The Beatles.  And from 1980, Macca describes how he ended up playing the bass originally, the inspiration for making “Sgt Pepper” and the tensions in creating The White Album.  And in chilling comments made weeks before the death of John Lennon, Paul talks about the price of fame.             Also this week, a great series of interview clips with The Spinners.  Singer Pervis Jackson (whose deep voice makes Tom & Christopher sound like chipmunks) explains the deep history of the band (going all the way back to the ‘50s!) and the profound effect producer Thom Bell had on the band during their heyday in the ‘70s.  He also tells the stories behind the hits “Could It Be I'm Falling In Love” and “Then Came You”.              And we'll also revisit our recent tribute to Robbie Robertson, featuring some great interview clips from the ‘70s when he was still with The Band – in which he talks about hooking up with Bob Dylan in the ‘60s – and how The Basement Tapes were created. Plus, a wonderful chat with Robbie from 1998 as he discusses his solo albums and his film work with Martin Scorsese.  Plus, Elton John talks about how he was more influenced by The Band than he was by Dylan. Famous Lost Words, hosted by Christopher Ward and Tom Jokic, is heard in more than 100 countries worldwide and on radio stations across Canada, including Newstalk 1010 Toronto, CJAD 800 Montreal, 580 CFRA Ottawa, AM 800 CKLW Windsor, 610 CKTB St Catharines, CFAX Victoria, AM1150 Kelowna and 91x in Belleville.  It is in the Top 20% of worldwide podcasts based on the number of listeners in the first week.

Free Forum with Terrence McNally
Episode 613: MOVE FAST AND BREAK THINGS-JONATHAN TAPLIN (2018)-How Facebook, Google & Amazon Cornered Culture & Undermined Democracy

Free Forum with Terrence McNally

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2023 60:00


JONATHAN TAPLIN is former tour manager for Bob Dylan and The Band, producer of two Martin Scorsese films, MEAN STREETS and THE LAST WALTZ, and Director Emeritus of the USC Annenberg Innovation Lab. Next week I'll talk with him about his new book, THE END OF REALITY: How Four Billionaires Are Selling a Fantasy Future of the Metaverse, Mars, And Crypto. How better to warm up for that than by replaying our 2018 conversation about his earlier book MOVE FAST AND BREAK THINGS: How Facebook, Google and Amazon Cornered Culture and Undermined Democracy. You can learn more at jontaplin.com

Ojai: Talk of the Town
Paul of Peter, Paul & Mary

Ojai: Talk of the Town

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2023 70:44


Here's a reboot of a fan favorite: Noel Paul Stookey, the Paul of Peter, Paul & Mary. He not only rode the folk wave of the early 1960s with such indelible songs like "Puff the Magic Dragon," "If I Had a Hammer" and helping popularize a young Minnesotan bard who went by the stage name of Bob Dylan, but helped created it. He shares the iconic trio's origin story as well as his own, and the many memories of a life, well lived, in music. Peter, Paul & Mary's long, legendary career was cut short with Mary Travers' tragic death in 2009, but their place in the cultural zeitgeist is eternal. Noel, a part-time Ojai resident, joins us to talk about his new album, "Fazz: Now & Then" and to reflect on the experience of collaborating with fellow musicians during the pandemic to create this nuanced, wide-ranging collection of 20 original songs with talented musicians such as Kent Palmer, Paul Winter, Paul Sullivan, David LaPlante and Edward Mottau. Fazz, as Noel explains, was christened by Paul Desmond of the Dave Brubeck Quartet to explain Peter, Paul & Mary's distinct fusion of jazz and folk. Noel picks up the resident Ojai podcast guitar (be still, my heart) to explain the shadings of alternate chord structures that inform much of the color of the album, as illustrated by the A Major, and the A Major 7th, its "smoky, mysterious cousin." Noel talks about writing "The Wedding Song: There is Love" - for Peter Yarrow's wedding, and his reluctance to perform it again until urged by Peter, and how it has made many, if not most, of the lists of most beautiful songs of all time, right up there with fellow Ojai resident Amanda McBroom's "The Rose." He also discusses his Christian faith and the epiphany he had at age 30 after a decade of fame, and the toll it took on his well-being. There's relevant folk music news: Noel's good friend John McCutcheon just released “Ukraine Now.” We did not talk about Ron DeSantis' fading aspirations, the Buffalo Bills abysmal overtime record or the enduring mystery of who ordered the hit on Tupac Shakur.

The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll
Bent News #74: Aerosmith postpones tour dates, Jimmy Buffett's final album & more!

The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2023 12:23


It's Bent News #74! -Aerosmith forced to postpone dates due to Steven Tyler's vocal health! -Jimmy Buffett's final album, Equal Strain On All Parts with all-star lineup on the way! #BubblesUp! -Pearl Jam's Mike McCready hints at Rock Opera about the triumphs and tragedies of the grunge era! -A Maynard Looks At 60! Keenan's birthday month details! -Gerry Casale of Devo's Hollywood "for sale" sign! -Iron Maiden gets in the trail bike gear game! -Box Set City: Nirvana, Black Crowes, Greg Lake, Bob Dylan!!! Submit Bent News when you see it at: imbalancedhistory@gmail.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Watching America
Trumpeting Success: Chris Botti's Journey in Music

Watching America

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2023 53:19


Acclaimed trumpeter Chris Botti has collaborated with some of the biggest superstars on the planet, including Sting, Paul Simon, Barbra Streisand, Lady Gaga, Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra, Aretha Franklin, and more. He successfully crossed over from jazz renown to pop stardom — but his first album in more than a decade finds him crossing back. “Vol.1,” releasing in October from Blue Note Records, is in many ways a fresh start for the trumpeter. It is a small group project focused on acoustic jazz and classic standards. “I turned 60 in 2022, at a time that seemed like a restart for so many things in the world,” Botti said. “I wanted to strip away all the orchestral arrangements and special guests and focus more on my playing, the playing of my band, and these jazz classics that we always love playing on stage.” He joins Dr. Alan Campbell this week on Watching America to talk about his career and his latest project. https://chrisbotti.com

Now Hear This Entertainment
NHTE 500 Kenny Wayne Shepherd

Now Hear This Entertainment

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2023 41:41


A renowned guitarist and vocalist who has sold millions of albums. From 1995 on, he took seven singles into the Top 10, and holds the record for the longest-running album on the Billboard Blues Charts. He has been nominated for five GRAMMY Awards and has received two Billboard Music Awards, two Blues Music Awards, and two Orville H. Gibson Awards. In September 2008, Fender Musical Instruments Corp. released a Signature Series Stratocaster that he designed exclusively. In 2013 he, along with Stephen Stills and Barry Goldberg formed a band called The Rides. Throughout his career he has opened up for the likes of The Rolling Stones, Van Halen, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Aerosmith, Bob Dylan, and The Eagles. From television performances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno to The Late Show with David Letterman to Jimmy Kimmel Live and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to features in Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, Maxim Magazine, Blender, Spin, USA Today and more, his musical career has been nothing short of phenomenal. He has a new album coming in November, with a new song coming each month between now and then.

NPR's Mountain Stage
Covers Special

NPR's Mountain Stage

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2023 115:25


We touch on the songs of Bob Dylan with performances by The Band, Chris Smither, Jimmy LaFave, and The Derek Trucks Band. The songs of Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter are done by Joan Osborne, Catherine Russell, and Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams. Brandi Carlile does Leonard Cohen and Mary Black covers Joni Mitchell. You'll also hear various interpretations of Springsting, Zevon, The Beatles and more. https://buff.ly/3PfQKrn