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Huntsman Hill:  A Music Retrospective
EP199: Sugar "Copper Blue"

Huntsman Hill: A Music Retrospective

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 103:52


Bob Mould is an under appreciated genius.    RIP Christine McVie RIP Keith Levene    Recommended Listening:   Beaster  https://open.spotify.com/album/1Lj1hDF4hcyKGUiw0k7iC3?si=cafC_z4cQGaI1Tc4GWgXFQ   Bob Mould Workbook https://open.spotify.com/album/3VhSB8ozURez6qOSptLb15?si=WuoPoZdtRRS0ugB-fAB0Ig   Black Sheets of Rain https://open.spotify.com/album/6X7wrpHgbgBB3u2eMBFNuN?si=GtSFSJepTNev5HhRoRBkGg   Body of  Song https://open.spotify.com/album/48JZpYBLsQUd4O1d0wful4?si=-ZFfKW7aTU6TPy4WqX9nzA   Book   Bob Mould:  "See A Little Light:  The Trail of Rage and Melody"  https://www.amazon.com/See-Little-Light-Trail-Melody/dp/031604508X   huntsmanhill.com huntsmanhillpodcast@gmail.com instagram.com/huntsmanhill https://twitter.com/HuntsmanHill Spotify Playlist:  https://open.spotify.com/user/1298220429/playlist/4gy1wWwypkoFS2lUztvZ44?si=waSq07DBQlq3x9G1_nK0pg   HHPP Amazon Affiliates Store https://huntsmanhill.com/2022/06/09/hhpp-store/   Our Music manhuntsman:  https://open.spotify.com/artist/7tFBWn0UFkdOEMf67TRD6W?si=vzllkbDwSEmfZFlj02GLRw Academy O.C:  https://academyoc.bandcamp.com/album/academy-o-c   Omertà 68:  https://open.spotify.com/artist/6dfiCa0qTlbPQUrqtIkStS?si=6SCjNtXbSO2xRBDuBKJelQ

We Made This
We Dig Music - Series 5 Episode 11 - Best of 1989

We Made This

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 127:02


More time travel before we snap back up to date with next month;s best of 2022 episode, This month we're in 1989 (the year, not the Taylor Swift album) where we're crashing the Exxon Valdez into the Berlin Wall (or something like that, I don't know, I was only 7...) We've each chosen our 10 favourite songs of the year and sent them over to Colin's wife Helen, who put the playlists together and distributed them so we were each given a playlist of the 20 songs from the other two hosts, along with our own 10. We then ranked the playlists in order of preference and sent them back to Helen, who totalled up the points and worked out the order.She also joined us on the episode to read out the countdown, which we found out as we recorded so all reactions are genuine. Now, admittedly, in parts we're a little bit brutal to some of the songs in the list as we're three separate people with differing music tastes, but please remember that to be in this episode at all the songs have to have been in one of our top 10's of that year. Bands featured in this episode include (In alphabetical order, no spoilers here!) - The Cult, The Cure, The Darling Buds, Del Amitri, Electronic, Extreme, Faith No More, The Field Mice, Don Henley, Kitchens Of Distinction, Loop, Biz Markie, Ministry, Mother Love Bone, Bob Mould, Nine Inch Nails, Nirvana, The Pastels, Pixies, Pop Will Eat Itself, Public Enemy, Ramones, Senseless Things, Sepultura, Skid Row, Skinny Puppy, The Sundays, Spaceman 3, Technotronic, & Transvision Vamp Find all songs in alphabetical order here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4uuaF2z2giwA5OBbH7LxbT?si=ffd7a22f3065434c Find our We Dig Music Pollwinners Party playlist (featuring all of the winning songs up until now) here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/45zfDHo8zm6VqrvoEQSt3z?si=Ivt0oMj6SmitimvumYfFrQ If you want to listen to megalength playlists of all the songs we've individually picked since we started doing best of the year episodes, you can listen to Colin's here – https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5x3Vy5Jry2IxG9JNOtabRT?si=HhcVKRCtRhWCK1KucyrDdg Ian's here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2H0hnxe6WX50QNQdlfRH5T?si=XmEjnRqISNqDwi30p1uLqA and Tracey's here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2p3K0n8dKhjHb2nKBSYnKi?si=7a-cyDvSSuugdV1m5md9Nw The playlist of 20 songs from the other two hosts was scored as usual, our favourite song got 20 points, counting down incrementally to our least favourite which got 1 point. The scoring of our own list of 10 is now slightly more complicated in order to give a truer level of points to our own favourites. So rather than them only being able to score as many points as our 10th favourite in the other list, the points in our own list were distributed as follows - 1st place - 20 points 2nd place - 18 points 3rd place – 16 points 4th place – 14 points 5th place – 12 points 6th place – 9 points 7th place – 7 points 8th place – 5 points 9th place – 3 points 10th place -1 point Hosts - Ian Clarke, Colin Jackson-Brown & Tracey B Guest starring Helen Jackson-Brown. Playlist compiling/distributing – Lydia Clarke Recorded/Edited/Mixed/Original Music by Colin Jackson-Brown for We Dig Podcasts Thanks to Peter Latimer for help with the scoring system. Say hello at www.facebook.com/wedigmusicpcast or tweet us at http://twitter.com/wedigmusicpcast or look at shiny pictures on Instagram at http://instagram.com/wedigmusicpcast Part of the We Made This podcast network. https://twitter.com/wmt_network You can also find all the We Dig Music & Free With This Months Issue episodes at www.wedigpodcasts.com

We Dig Music
We Dig Music - Series 5 Episode 11 - Best of 1989

We Dig Music

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 127:02


More time travel before we snap back up to date with next month;s best of 2022 episode, This month we're in 1989 (the year, not the Taylor Swift album) where we're crashing the Exxon Valdez into the Berlin Wall (or something like that, I don't know, I was only 7...) We've each chosen our 10 favourite songs of the year and sent them over to Colin's wife Helen, who put the playlists together and distributed them so we were each given a playlist of the 20 songs from the other two hosts, along with our own 10. We then ranked the playlists in order of preference and sent them back to Helen, who totalled up the points and worked out the order.She also joined us on the episode to read out the countdown, which we found out as we recorded so all reactions are genuine.Now, admittedly, in parts we're a little bit brutal to some of the songs in the list as we're three separate people with differing music tastes, but please remember that to be in this episode at all the songs have to have been in one of our top 10's of that year. Bands featured in this episode include (In alphabetical order, no spoilers here!) - The Cult, The Cure, The Darling Buds, Del Amitri, Electronic, Extreme, Faith No More, The Field Mice, Don Henley, Kitchens Of Distinction, Loop, Biz Markie, Ministry, Mother Love Bone, Bob Mould, Nine Inch Nails, Nirvana, The Pastels, Pixies, Pop Will Eat Itself, Public Enemy, Ramones, Senseless Things, Sepultura, Skid Row, Skinny Puppy, The Sundays, Spaceman 3, Technotronic, & Transvision VampFind all songs in alphabetical order here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4uuaF2z2giwA5OBbH7LxbT?si=ffd7a22f3065434cFind our We Dig Music Pollwinners Party playlist (featuring all of the winning songs up until now) here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/45zfDHo8zm6VqrvoEQSt3z?si=Ivt0oMj6SmitimvumYfFrQ If you want to listen to megalength playlists of all the songs we've individually picked since we started doing best of the year episodes, you can listen to Colin's here – https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5x3Vy5Jry2IxG9JNOtabRT?si=HhcVKRCtRhWCK1KucyrDdg Ian's here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2H0hnxe6WX50QNQdlfRH5T?si=XmEjnRqISNqDwi30p1uLqA and Tracey's here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2p3K0n8dKhjHb2nKBSYnKi?si=7a-cyDvSSuugdV1m5md9Nw The playlist of 20 songs from the other two hosts was scored as usual, our favourite song got 20 points, counting down incrementally to our least favourite which got 1 point. The scoring of our own list of 10 is now slightly more complicated in order to give a truer level of points to our own favourites. So rather than them only being able to score as many points as our 10th favourite in the other list, the points in our own list were distributed as follows -1st place - 20 points2nd place - 18 points3rd place – 16 points4th place – 14 points5th place – 12 points6th place – 9 points7th place – 7 points8th place – 5 points9th place – 3 points10th place -1 pointHosts - Ian Clarke, Colin Jackson-Brown & Tracey BGuest starring Helen Jackson-Brown.Playlist compiling/distributing – Lydia ClarkeRecorded/Edited/Mixed/Original Music by Colin Jackson-Brown for We Dig PodcastsThanks to Peter Latimer for help with the scoring system.Say hello at www.facebook.com/wedigmusicpcast or tweet us at http://twitter.com/wedigmusicpcast or look at shiny pictures on Instagram at http://instagram.com/wedigmusicpcast Part of the We Made This podcast network. https://twitter.com/wmt_network You can also find all the We Dig Music & Free With This Months Issue episodes at www.wedigpodcasts.com

That Record Got Me High Podcast
S6E261 - Sugar 'Copper Blue' with Elizabeth McCullough (Alpha Cat)

That Record Got Me High Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 65:07


When this week's guest, singer/songwriter Elizabeth McCullough (Alpha Cat), heard the song 'Hoover Dam' by the band Sugar, she broke her 3-song rule (making sure an album has at least 3 good songs before purchasing it) and ran out and bought their 1992 debut 'Copper Blue'. She was not disappointed. The record by Bob Mould's new band, released five years after the dissolution of his previous band - beloved punk titans Hüsker Dü - is an emotionally visceral, sonically fierce collection of songs that sound as fresh today as when they first appeared. Stone. Cold. Classic. Songs featured in this episode: If I Can't Change Your Mind - Tre Dabney/The Salt Flats/The Decemberists; Venus Smile, Orbit - Alpha Cat; Friend, You've Got To Fall, Celebrated Summer - Hüsker Dü; See A Little Light - Bob Mould; Never Again - Zulus; The Act We Act, A Good Idea - Sugar; Debaser - Pixies; Changes, Helpless - Sugar; Hoover Dam - Bob Mould (Live, acoustic); Hoover Dam, The Slim - Sugar; Glad To Be Gay - Tom Robinson Band; If I Can't Change Your Mind, Fortune Teller - Sugar; Come In Alone - My Bloody Valentine; In Bloom - Nirvana; Slick, Man On The Moon - Sugar; Wichita - Alpha Cat; If I Can't Change Your Mind - The Decemberists (Live acoustic, A.V. Club)

Rock Docs
Jon Wurster!

Rock Docs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 41:12


Today's episode isn't about a specific documentary - instead, we're joined by Very Special Guest Jon Wurster to discuss some of his favorite music documentaries. Jon Wurster plays drums for Superchunk, The Mountain Goats, and Bob Mould (how did we forget to mention Bob Mould?), and has also played with artists as varied as (deep breath) Bob Dylan, R.E.M., Robert Pollard, Katie Perry, Charlie Daniels, Jay Farrar, The New Pornographers, Rocket From the Crypt, Ben Gibbard, and more! And he's also known for The Best Show with his comedy pal Tom Scharpling. And lots of other stuff! Jon is a great guy and we were thrilled to have him on our show. Check him out on Twitter @jonwurster or follow his hilarious Instagram account, also conveniently @jonwurster Rock Docs is hosted by David Lizerbram & Andrew Keatts Twitter: @RockDocsPod Instagram: @RockDocsPod Cover Art by N.C. Winters - check him out on Instagram at @NCWintersArt

The Power Chord Hour Podcast
Ep 122 - October 2022 Rundown - Power Chord Hour Podcast

The Power Chord Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 70:02


Talking new music and music news of October 2022 plus -- What shows I'm excited to go to before the end of the year- Playing an ungodly amount of Misfits on the radio show for Halloween- Interviews I'm looking forward to- Already thinking of most anticipated albums of 2023- What bands I listened to most on my recent Alaska trip & more!Check out the Power Chord Hour radio show every Friday night at 8 to midnight est on 107.9 WRFA in Jamestown, NY. Stream the station online at wrfalp.com/streaming/ or listen on the WRFA app.Donate to help show costs -https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/pchanthonyhttps://cash.app/$anthmerchpowerchordhour@gmail.comInstagram - www.instagram.com/powerchordhourTwitter - www.twitter.com/powerchordhourFacebook - www.facebook.com/powerchordhourYoutube - www.youtube.com/channel/UC6jTfzjB3-mzmWM-51c8LggSpotify Episode Playlists - https://open.spotify.com/user/kzavhk5ghelpnthfby9o41gnr?si=4WvOdgAmSsKoswf_HTh_Mg

Música de Contrabando
MÚSICA DE CONTRABANDO T32C014 Second nos presentan "Flores imposibles": el año de su 25 aniversario lo celebran con un disco sobresaliente (28/09/2022)

Música de Contrabando

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 122:06


En Música de Contrabando, revista diaria de música en Onda Regional de Murcia (orm.es; hoy empezamos a las 23,30h a 01,00h). Warm Up 2023 lanza los primeros nombres de su cartel. Será el sábado 29 y domingo 30 de abril, y , como novedad, la organización anuncia que el viernes 28 de abril celebrará el quinto aniversario del festival con programación de grandes bandas en el Escenario Estrella de Levante (Yo La Tengo, Franz Ferdinand). Pixies actuarán en Barcelona, Madrid y A Coruña en marzo de 2023. Este fin de semana se dio a conocer la muerte del batería Anton Fier. conocido en primera instancia por ser miembro de los primeros The Feelies y por haber formado parte de infinidad de proyectos y bandas: Lounge Lizards de John Lurie, pasando por su papel en grupos como The Golden Palominos –de los que fue motor principal durante varios años–, Swans, Pere Ubu además de acompañar a músicos como John Zorn, Bill Laswell, Arto Lindsay, Yoko Ono, Laurie Anderson e incluso a Bob Mould. El próximo libro de Bob Dylan, The philosophy of modern song, estará acompañado de una edición en audiolibro leído por Dylan y varios actores. Viva Suecia tendrán nuevo disco el próximo 7 de octubre. Llevará por título "El amor de la clase que sea" y lo estarán presentando en una gira de igual nombre. Alvvays están en racha: al poco de deleitarnos con ‘Pharmacist‘ y uno de los mayores cañonazos de ruidoso pop de todo el 2022, la formación canadiense nos comparte ahora dos temas totalmente nuevos. Un año y medio después de PUTA llega REPUTA, un disco en el que Zahara invita a artistas que admira a revisitar, remezclar o versionar algunas de las canciones de su ya icónico álbum. Cate Le Bon parece dispuesta a firmar por todo lo alto uno de los años más activos y fructíferos . La cantante galesa no ha querido esperar a que el verano se disipe del todo para hacernos entrega de un tema suelto y completamente nuevo: Typical Love. El cuarto y último adelanto de La Llama, inminente nuevo álbum de Will Spector y Los Fatus (que se publica el 21 de octubre), describe la desidia y el hastío del hombre alienado. Dave Roundtree (batería de Blur) anuncia Radio songs, su disco de debut, con el atmosférico arpegiado de "devil's island". Nuevo single de Redcar (Christine and the Queens), que lleva por título ‘rien dire'. Basement celebran el décimo aniversario de Colourmeinkindness con reedición especial y lo celebran con el super jangly pop de la nueva versión de "breathe". Otto lanza ‘La Mirada', el primer tema de su nueva etapa. “Flores imposibles” será el título del nuevo álbum de Second, del que esta noche nos hablan el 50% del grupo (Jorge y Nando). De primeras, estas canciones entran como un soplo de aire fresco y quizá es algo que veníamos necesitando después de tantos y tantos discos pandémicos. El año de su 25 aniversario lo celebran así con un album sobresaliente. “estamos en la brecha y eso es lo que vale” , cantan en 'quiero equivocarme',

Tour Stories
The Check-In with Randy Randall -NO AGE

Tour Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 40:06


Randy Randall is the guitarist, co-producer and founding member of No Age. Their 3rd record on Drag City,  People Helping People,  will be released September 16th  with a full North American tour to follow.   In this episode, Randy shares the head space he and Dean were in at the beginning of the recording and why they were itching to get weird. We hear why they feel they are in a perfect position to do whatever they want and how operating  on the notion that "everything is valid" contributed to the sonic architecture of the record.  Randy also tells us why he felt like Scotty Pippen playing with Bob Mould and he hips us to meaning behind Snares Like A Haircut , We hear a couple tunes and Randy offers up the stems from People Helping People.https://www.dragcity.com/products/people-helping-peoplehttps://noage.bandcamp.com/Tour Stories is sponsored by Izotope. Tour Story listeners get one month free of Music Production Suite Pro or 10% of all software by using code FRET10 at https://www.izotope.com/Tour Stories is sponsored by Self Care Non-Alcoholic Beer by Three Magnets. Go to https://drinkselfcare.com/ to get 15% off your first order using code TOURSTORIES

Debts No Honest Man Can Pay
Bottled Lightning Sweet Spots

Debts No Honest Man Can Pay

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 143:21


On this week's show, we...  spend quality time with the superlative new record from The Mountain Goats celebrate 30 years of Sugar's Copper Blue feature 4 albums that - in our humble opinion - represent the artistic sweet spot of 4 very distinctive singer/songwriters.  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.

Sateli 3
Sateli 3 - 15 canciones de Power Pop y Pop a secas (2006 - 2020) - 23/08/22

Sateli 3

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 58:54


Sintonía: "Alphaville" - Louis Philippe & The Night Mail "Voices In My Head", "Pray For Rain" y "Losing Time" - Bob Mould; "Caught Me Off Guard" e "It´s Alright" - The Reflectors; "Football" - Trust Fund; "City Lights" y "Guilty" - The Frank & Walters; "The Security Place" y "Remember Fun" - Wake The President; "Jamaica" - Theme Park; "Remind You" - Friendship; "Gold Leaf" - Wild Honey; "West Gwillimbury" - Ron Sexmith; "Rio Grande" - Louis Philippe & The Night Mail Escuchar audio

Ajax Diner Book Club
Ajax Diner Book Club Episode 218

Ajax Diner Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 179:38


Dan Penn "Do Right Woman Do Right Man"The Hold Steady "Navy Sheets"The Hold Steady "Lord, I'm Discouraged"John Lee Hooker "Sugar Mama"Big Mama Thornton "Big Mama's Bumble Bee"Mavis Staples "This May Be The Last Time"John Moreland "Cheap Idols Dressed in Expensive Garbage"Precious Bryant "Wadn't I Scared"Gillian Welch "Sin City"Richard Swift "As I Go"Vic Chesnutt "Concord Country Jubilee"S.G. Goodman "Teeth Marks"My Morning Jacket "Honest Man"Centro-Matic "Twenty-Four"John Moreland "Hang Me in the Tulsa County Stars"Janis Joplin "Tell Mama (Live at CNE Stadium, Toronto, Canada - June 1970)"Tom Waits "Hold On"Koko Taylor "It Took a Long Time"Fields "Bide My Time"Danger Mouse & Black Thought "Belize (feat. MF DOOM)"Thelonious Monk "Monk's Dream"JD McPherson "You Must Have Met Little Caroline"Paul Cauthen "Hanging out on the Line"Waylon Jennings "Today I Started Loving You Again"Charlie Parr "Going up the Country"Jimi Hendrix "Voice In The Wind"The Detroit Cobras "Cha Cha Twist"New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers "Stone Free"Aimee Mann "Give Me Fifteen"R.E.M. "How the West Was Won and Where It Got Us"The Glands "Lovetown"The Mountain Goats "Hostages"John Prine "Your Flag Decal Won't Get You into Heaven Anymore"Jesse Fuller "Leavin' Memphis, Frisco Bound"Jake Xerxes Fussell "Raggy Levy"B.B. King "Friends"Sister Rosetta Tharpe "Strange Things Happen Every Day"Bob Mould "Siberian Butterfly"Marie/Lepanto "Wise Blood"Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers "Walls"

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Love That Album Podcast Episode 159 - Interview with Steven Jurgensmeyer about album cover design

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 83:30


In the days before music streaming services became a ubiquitous, when physical media ruled the music world, the first thing a music fan encountered before playing the musica on a record, a CD or a cassette was the artwork on the cover. The cover was the always gateway to the music. Some cover art is tastefully done, some covers have Facebook groups devoted to their awfulness. If done very well (or very poorly), cover art can come to define the music the listener is about to play. Welcome to episode 159 of Love That Album. Even before you play a note, looking at the covers of albums like Abbey Road, East or Whipped Cream and Other Delights will bring memories or impressions into your head. You may buy the record for the music, but it may well be the album cover that persuades you to pick it up in the record store in the first place. The very important role of cover designer often decides whether you decide to give an album a second glance. One gentleman who knows this very well is Steven Jurgensmeyer. He may be known to podcast listeners as the host of the excellent All Music Books: Deep Dive podcast (also on the Pantheon network), but his day gig for many years has been in designing album covers. He worked for may years at Ryko and Rounder, so you may well know the artwork he's done for albums by Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, Sugar (featuring Bob Mould), Branford Marsalis, Robert Cray, Chris Bell and many others. We had a great discussion on his own work, whether an album's success and its artwork are linked, and the contrast between the previous world of physical art layout and its modern digital counterpart....we also take some time to talk about Steven's work with All Music Books.  Thanks so much to Steven for his time and invaluable insight into a side of music that we know about, yet don't make as much a part of the conversation.  You can check out all the album covers (and more) that we discuss at https://www.stevenjurgensmeyer.com/#/music/ and you can read reviews of a large library of music books at https://allmusicbooks.com/. AllMusicBooks: Deep Dive is also part of the Pantheon Network of music discussion podcasts and is available wherever you get your podcasts. Download this episode of LTA from your podcast app of choice. The wider back catalogue of episodes can also be found at http://lovethatalbumpodcast.blogspot.com Love That Album is proudly part of the Pantheon Podcast network. Go to http://pantheonpodcasts.com to check out all their great shows. You can send me feedback at rrrkitchen@yahoo.com.au (written or mp3 voicemail) or join the Facebook group at http://www.facebook.com/groups/lovethatalbumIf you'd consider writing an iTunes review I'd be immensely grateful. However, it'd be even better if you told a friend about the podcast and Pantheon – at a barbecue, over coffee, on social media….whatever way you choose, consider me grateful. Proudly Pantheon. 

Love That Album
Love That Album Podcast Episode 159 - Interview with Steven Jurgensmeyer about album cover design

Love That Album

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 82:30


In the days before music streaming services became a ubiquitous, when physical media ruled the music world, the first thing a music fan encountered before playing the music on a record, a CD or a cassette was the artwork on the cover. The cover was the always gateway to the music. Some cover art is tastefully done, some covers have Facebook groups devoted to their awfulness. If done very well (or very poorly), cover art can come to define the music the listener is about to play. Welcome to episode 159 of Love That Album. Even before you play a note, looking at the covers of albums like Abbey Road, East or Whipped Cream and Other Delights will bring memories or impressions into your head. You may buy the record for the music, but it may well be the album cover that persuades you to pick it up in the record store in the first place. The very important role of cover designer often decides whether you decide to give an album a second glance. One gentleman who knows this very well is Steven Jurgensmeyer. He may be known to podcast listeners as the host of the excellent All Music Books: Deep Dive podcast (also on the Pantheon network), but his day gig for many years has been in designing album covers. He worked for may years at Ryko and Rounder, so you may well know the artwork he's done for albums by Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, Sugar (featuring Bob Mould), Branford Marsalis, Robert Cray, Chris Bell and many others. We had a great discussion on his own work, whether an album's success and its artwork are linked, and the contrast between the previous world of physical art layout and its modern digital counterpart....we also take some time to talk about Steven's work with All Music Books.  Thanks so much to Steven for his time and invaluable insight into a side of music that we know about, yet don't make as much a part of the conversation.  You can check out all the album covers (and more) that we discuss at https://www.stevenjurgensmeyer.com/#/music/ and you can read reviews of a large library of music books at https://allmusicbooks.com/. AllMusicBooks: Deep Dive is also part of the Pantheon Network of music discussion podcasts and is available wherever you get your podcasts. Download this episode of LTA from your podcast app of choice. The wider back catalogue of episodes can also be found at http://lovethatalbumpodcast.blogspot.com Love That Album is proudly part of the Pantheon Podcast network. Go to http://pantheonpodcasts.com to check out all their great shows. You can send me feedback at rrrkitchen@yahoo.com.au (written or mp3 voicemail) or join the Facebook group at http://www.facebook.com/groups/lovethatalbumIf you'd consider writing an iTunes review I'd be immensely grateful. However, it'd be even better if you told a friend about the podcast and Pantheon – at a barbecue, over coffee, on social media….whatever way you choose, consider me grateful. Proudly Pantheon. 

The Power Chord Hour Podcast
Ep 115 - Joey Siara (Near Beer) - Power Chord Hour Podcast

The Power Chord Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 61:35


Joey Siara of the band Near Beer joined me on this weeks episode to talk about the bands self titled debut plus:- The magic of bands that you don't get as a solo act- Watching professional musicians not be able to play a Ramones song the right way- Working on your debut record through a pandemic- Juggling living on the east coast when your band is on the west coast- Knowing your strengths as a musician and songwriter- Your perspective of your own music versus the audiences perspective- Our mutual love for a good album sequence & much more!Near Beer - https://nearbeerla.comhttps://nearbeerla.bandcamp.com/album/near-beerhttps://www.instagram.com/nearbeerlahttps://twitter.com/nearbeerLAhttps://www.facebook.com/nearbeerLACheck out the Power Chord Hour radio show every Friday night at 10 to midnight est on 107.9 WRFA in Jamestown, NY. Stream the station online at wrfalp.com/streaming/ or listen on the WRFA app.powerchordhour@gmail.comInstagram - www.instagram.com/powerchordhourTwitter - www.twitter.com/powerchordhourFacebook - www.facebook.com/powerchordhourYoutube - www.youtube.com/channel/UC6jTfzjB3-mzmWM-51c8LggSpotify Episode Playlists - https://open.spotify.com/user/kzavhk5ghelpnthfby9o41gnr?si=4WvOdgAmSsKoswf_HTh_MgDonate to help show costs - https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/pchanthonySpecial thanks to Jay Vics for the behind the scenes help on this episode!

We Are Everywhere
Episode 23 - Tim Bangert

We Are Everywhere

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 66:07


This week's guest is Tim Bangert! After a few failed attempts by some friends to get Phish to stick in Tim's ears he finally took the plunge and went to The Great Went, and the rest is history! After The Great Went, the majority of Tim's Phish shows fell into the years of '98 & '99. We talked about Tim's First show experience, some of his favorite jams, the songs he is chasing, and what member of Phish he would most like to meet. To be featured on a future episode, shoot an email to sttf.weareeverywhere@gmail.com Tim summed up his trip to The Great Went in an essay that you can read below.   How did I end up in Limestone, Maine, in August of 1997 to see a band in which I had relatively little interest? I will start the tale of my first Phish show a few years prior to that. I did know a little of the band and had a few friends loan me their music telling me how great they were, but even with all the music I chased down in used music stores and played on a weekly college radio shows, Phish was a barely part of it. The first time I recall hearing the name of the band was in 1992 in a local radio ad for a Santana concert. Funny story there is that the announcer said, “with special guest Phish,” over Santana's “All I Ever Wanted.” I only knew the few Santana songs in K-SHE 95's rotation (“Black Magic Woman,” “Oye Como Va”), so my brain immediately associated “All I Ever Wanted” with Phish. Thinking about it, that might be a fun cover for Phish to play. Phish obviously wasn't getting played on local commercial stations in St. Louis, so that was that. The following winter in college a guy named Joe who lived across the hall from me told me I had to listen to Phish. He handed me a copy of A Picture of Nectar. I am not certain how much of it I listened to, but I think I thought it was too goofy and underproduced as it jumped from the manic “Llama” to gentle “Eliza” and so on. I still think it's goofy and underproduced but in a much more endearing way. A short while later my cousin came to visit me at school. She was a senior in high school and brought a copy of Junta along. I remember hearing “Fee” and once again thinking what a goofy band this was. Why were people recommending them to me? What was I missing here? Later that year she made me a mix tape that include The Mango Song. A strange one to hand anyone to say, hey, listen to this band! Somehow it wound its daft way into my brain with every listen. I think I thought the piano had a bit of Vince Guaraldi's sound from all the Charlie Brown specials. In the fall of 1994, a fellow RA named Matt asks me if I play any music by Phish on my weekly college radio show. I tell him I had heard a bit, but they never did it for me. He hands me a copy of the just-released Hoist and says to give it another shot. I immediately liked the opening track “Julius” and played it on my show. I recall liking “Down with Disease,” “Sample in a Jar,” and possibly “Wolfman's Brother” enough that I dubbed the whole thing and had it on a steady rotation in my car's cassette deck. There were a few songs I always skipped past. “Lifeboy,” “Dog Faced Boy,” and “Demand” come to mind. I'm still not big on them and oddly enough they are the three that I have never seen live (“Riker's Mailbox” and “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav” notwithstanding). Jump ahead to spring of 1996 and Andy Rosenhack, who worked in the dorms with me and showed me how to run the board and queue up songs at WRBU, returned to Peoria for Senior Walk (that's a whole different story). We were out to lunch with a group of friends and he starts telling me about going to see Phish and how great it was. His first show was the 12/7/95 Niagara Falls show. He was also talking a lot about seeing DMB and how great they were, which I think steered the conversation because by that point DMB was pretty big on the radio. I'm pretty sure I was evangelizing for Wilco around that point in time, which seemed pretty not-Phish. That summer I moved out to Colorado for a short time. Phish was in the news, as their four-night stand at Red Rocks was marred by the weird clashes taking place in Morrison by fans unable to get tickets to the shows. I was nowhere near it and Phish still was not really on my radar. I moved back to Illinois in early 1997, bounced around looking for work, and ended up with a contract job in the suburbs of Chicago. It was a pretty dreary time and I was looking for a way to get out of the rut that was surely forming in the 8-to-5 world of I.T. Andy contacts me and says I should come see Phish with him. Where are they playing? Why, in Maine! It's a festival! I tell him sure, why not. I've been at my job a few months and deserve some time off, right? He sent me two 90-minute cassettes to prep me for the show. The first was set 2 of the first night of the Clifford Ball 1. It's an interesting set covering a wide range of styles. The second tape was a doozy that probably made me say “What the hell is this?” It was the Bomb Factory Tweezerfest set. Really, is that what you hand somebody when you want them to listen to live Phish for the first time? It was out there. We wrangled another college friend Bill Korbecki to come along for the road trip. Bill lived near Chicago, so I had company for the drive to Rochester. If I recall correctly, we drove the northern route through Detroit and Niagara to get to Andy's place in Rochester, New York. Ah, for the days when crossing into and out of Canada didn't require a passport or a lot of suspicion. We didn't head straight up to the show, though. Andy was working as a day camp counselor that summer. Bill and I tagged along to help out, as they were making tie-dye t-shirts that day. I made mine out of a Sugar 1994 Tour shirt 2. That evening Bill and I hung out at Andy's place because he had tickets to take his girlfriend to see James Taylor. When he returned from the JT show we took off for Maine. It couldn't be that far, right? It's just getting to Massachusetts and then through a sliver of New Hampshire. Ha. Little did I realize how remote this concert would be. The route couldn't be easier. Take I-90 east until it hits I-95 outside Boston. Head north on I-95 until the final exit before New Brunswick. Hop off and go north on US-1 and follow the traffic jam to the decommissioned Loring Air Force Base. I remember hearing on the radio local kids in Arastook County were out of school for potato harvest. The residents in the area were curious about the parade of cars winding northward, but they were gracious nonetheless. Getting to the lot the morning of the show we were parked far back on the right side of the runway. The scale of it was overwhelming. Where the heck was the stage? Attempting to piece together the first day of music here. The walk to the concert grounds was far but did not feel that way. Too many interesting people and too much interesting merchandise being hawked. I don't remember much of the festival area. Andy did paint on one of the wooden planks flanking the area. Those planks would become part of the sculpture that evolved on the scaffolding to the right of the stage. I think Andy met Page in that time, too. I had no clue who any of the band were. 1 Split Open and Melt, Sparkle, Free, The Squirming Coil, Waste, Talk, Train Song, Strange Design, Hello My Baby, Mikes Song, Simple, Contact & Weekapaug Groove. 2 I can't believe I did that. My apologies to Bob Mould. The show started late that afternoon. “Makisupa Policeman” holds the honor of the first live song I saw Phish play. Keyword? “Goo balls.” Me being the neophyte I am, I thought Trey said “blue balls.” Ha. I had no idea the significance of the partial “Harpua” that followed. That day warped me for how long an opening set should be at around 100 minutes. I later learned listening to the tapes that the first few songs were a de facto soundcheck. Looking back it's strange to think I got a daytime YEM (it's hard to think of it without the lights) and a beautiful solo to end “Squirming Coil.” Page's words after his bow? “Stick around.” I knew only two songs they played that day. “Wolfman's Brother” to open the second set and “Julius” to close it out. That helped keep things familiar for me. I was worn out late in the third set and told the guys I would meet them back at the car, so I listened to the encore from afar. Not knowing much of anything, I obviously missed the late-night DJ set the band put on in the disco tent. The next morning was crisp and bright. Flyers had been circulating requesting participants for a mass photo shoot. The catch? It called for folks to doff their clothes. Anyone hearing this story would think I was the one who had to be dragged into such an event, but the opposite is the case. I told Bill and Andy that we should be in the photo. They thought I was bluffing and said if I was in, they'd be in, too. So sometime late that morning I led them to the staging area to sign waivers, drop our clothes near some bike racks, and parade out onto an empty stretch of runway in our birthday suits with 1,100 other people. It was not as nerve-wracking as I thought it might be. For our participation, we were supposed to be sent a copy of the photo, but unfortunately, I was bouncing between addresses at the time and mine never made it to me. Andy did receive his. The photo is rather morbid in my eyes. It's monochrome and looks like a thousand corpses lined up on pavement, which completely belies the festive atmosphere of the shoot. While I did not receive the poster, there is proof of me in one of the pictures in 1998's The Phish Book. Yep. My caveat for anyone seeing that page in the book is that northern Maine mornings are chilly. ;) We meandered about that day. I was amazed at all the vending taking place, though I was still too green to understand references to songs or other cultural touchstones. I did buy a lot shirt, though. It was tie-dye, had a Phish logo with Summer Tour 97 around it, and on the back a faux Maine license plate with GR8-WENT. It cost me $5 because it had some rips in the front and was the last of the vendor's lot. I don't think I ever wore it, but it's still stowed away too cherished to be thrown out. I remember much more of the second day of music. I loved the song “The Wedge” the moment they opened with it. Limestone blocks so large, indeed. After the set we wandered a bit for food and water. Getting back into the concert area we ended up about 20 to 25 rows back Page side. The place was buzzing as the night and cool air creeped in. One anomaly of this show that I did not realize was Fish not wearing his trademark donut dress. He was in jeans that weekend. For the second night he had on a fleece adorned winter hat. Trey also had on a warm striped beanie for the second set. They kicked off the set with “Down With Disease” which I knew from good old Hoist. The song raged on for twenty minutes and then dropped down to a simple little guitar and bass conversation between Trey and Mike, as Page and Fish stepped to two easels on the stage. We could see the two of them painting on shaped boards, similar to those Andy had painted on in the festival area. Trey played the chords of “Bathtub Gin” as Fish found his way back to the drum kit. The song was new to me, but it's so catchy. The cadence of lyrics at first reminded me of Bob Dylan's “Subterranean Homesick Blues” and of course was familiar with its Gershwin quotes throughout. Something clicked for me right then and there. Little did I know this would be one of the signature live jams of the band's career, but I did know something special was happening. It's a version that never loses steam and never grows stale on repeated listenings. There's a group on Facebook called “The Great Went Bathtub Gin Changed My Life.” I did not start the group, but I certainly understand why it was created. The song is 20 minutes of inspired playing and improvisation. As Gin wound down and melted into the quick bluegrass fix of “Uncle Pen,” we were only halfway through the set. The next 45 minutes would be just as inspired. The next song was just as familiar because Strauss' “Also Sprach Zarathustra” is embedded in the DNA of anyone alive after 2001: A Space Odyssey. More painting, this time Trey and Mike stepping to the easels while Fish and Page keep the jam going. What's up with all this painting, anyway? As 2001 fades into what becomes known as “Art Jam” on tapes, Trey tells us about creating art with the audience. The band's planks are crowd surfed over to the scaffolding where all the planks painted by festival-goers hang in one crazy pile. The spotlight is on the newly created sculpture as the band kicks into “Harry Hood.” Another new one for me, but it's a glorious swell. As “Hood” drops into the post “Thank you, Mr. Miner” jam, Trey asks Chris Kuroda to cut the lights because the moon is bright and the sculpture is growing in beauty with every passing second. With that, the air begins to fill with colored lights. A glowstick war breaks out. Without the usual concert lights to dampen things, the sticks take on an epic feel. The jam seems to rise and fall with the number in the air. It was exhilarating. I couldn't imagine being anywhere else. As “Hood” ended Trey tells the crowd to go get more of those things because they look amazing. 90 minutes had gone by in what seemed like 9. The crowd was floating. And we still had another set to go. Over the course of the second set the crowd grew more dense. We had nowhere to go between sets. I remember gallon jugs of water being passed around the crowd. I was so thankful for a few sips. It sustained me through the end of the show in an incredibly cramped space. The final set was not as epic, but introduced me to a few more facets of the band. I remember each song, but specifics of only a few. We were still pinned in with the crowd and hadn't had a chance to sit down in hours (maybe we did? I remember standing the whole time). I'm sure a lot of people took “Dirt” to be a chance to rest after the intricate “Guyute,” but it hit me just right. Combined with the cold air, Trey's whistling and the simple guitar line were an emotional high point for me. The same goes with the set closing “Prince Caspian.” I was thrilled hearing “When the Circus Comes” as the encore, since I am a big fan of the old Los Lobos tune. I didn't realize its lyric “the day I burn this whole place down” would soon become a reality as they tore into “Tweezer Reprise.” A huge timber dressed up as a match was lit and tipped against the sculpture that an hour or two earlier we had been admiring during “Harry Hood.” The whole thing went up in an intense blaze as the encore raged. The crowd was going crazy. Wow. Is this what every Phish show is like? Maybe so, maybe not. One of the great things about the fest were all the folks vending from their vehicles. I was famished after the nighttime sets. As we strolled back up the runway I hear a voice singing out “15 ingredient veggie burritos!” A burrito sounded like it would be perfect, so we stopped to grab one. As the woman is wrapping one up I can't resist asking, “So, what are the 15 ingredients in this burrito?” Here's how Andy recalls her reply: “Rice, 5 kinds of beans, cilantro, cheese, cilantro, rice, cilantro, 5 kinds of beans, cheese, rice, and cilantro.” Ha! Who am I to question that? It was delicious. We took time to rest at the car and headed out of the base the next morning. Traffic was heavy, but moved pretty well. When we hopped on I-95 again one of the strangest things I've ever seen happened. Troopers were pulling cars over en masse. We were not among those targeted by the state patrol, but it was weird. The only other Maine thing we really did when we were up that way was a stop at the L.L. Bean flagship store. I bought a wool plaid cap that I recently passed on to my daughter. The rest of the ride back to Rochester I remember mainly for Andy introducing us to the music of Ani Difranco. As the rest of the year went along, I got a bit more into Phish, but really sought out Ani's stuff. Two completely different sounds, but artists who completely do things their own way. The drive to Chicago is a bit of a blur to me now. I'm guessing exhaustion was setting in and we were looking forward to getting home.  

Two Songs One Couple
With Friendos Mark and David - Part 1 (i.e. Love and Positivity)

Two Songs One Couple

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 63:47


Happy Pride Month! For this very special 2 part episode, we have invited another couple to join us! We talk to Mark and David about how we all celebrate pride, and we share and discuss LGBTQIA+ artists / songs. With the four of us each sharing a song, this episode ended up being fairly massive. This is just part 1 and it's over an hour long!Our songs for this week:Body of Song by Bob Mould, off his 2005 album Body of Song released via Granary Music / Yep Roc Records.SIHEYMN's Lament by Liturgy, off their 2020 album Origin of the Alimonies released via YLYLCYN.You can find David's (aka DJ Davey) 10 @ 10 series here: https://soundcloud.com/david-archwamety. Also follow him on Twitter @batmanpopfigureYou can find Mark co-hosting Pink Milk (After Dark) where you can find them "Talking Star Wars, Queerly!" Also follow him on Twitter @iameldiablitoFinally, please consider donating to The Amidala Initiative which benefits the Eqtx Equality Texas Foundation. They stand together with their trans siblings and their families in Texas, where recent bills are specifically targeting trans and non-binary youth.  You can donate here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/the-amidala-initiative-for-equality-texasSupport the show

Lost in Vinyl
Die Klaviatur der Gefühle

Lost in Vinyl

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 88:55


Welcome Peeps! Auf in eine neue vollgepackte Folge Lost in Vinyl wer ist dabei? Unter Anderen mit Magdalena Bay, Bob Mould, The Smile, Björk, Max Richter, Das Paradies und Brian Eno. Wenn das mal nicht Grund genug ist alles stehen und liegen zu lassen. Let's Go

The First Ever Podcast
The First Ever Radio Hour 6/13/22 (PRIDE MONTH CELEBRATION)

The First Ever Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 61:13


On this weeks radio hour Jeremy celebrates pride month by playing artists or bands that feature members that are LGBTQ+! You'll hear music from The HIRS Collective, Alien Boy, boygenius, Limp Wrist, Home Is Where, Bob Mould, Tegan and Sara, Record Setter, Worriers, Sigur Los, For Your Health and more!  Subscribe to the PATREON and receive a brand new radio hour every Sunday! Thats two additional episodes a month AND you get them a day early! You'll also see a complete list of songs played on this episode. Follow the show on Instagram and Twitter!

Records Revisited
Episode 243: Foo Fighters Sidecast Part Eight – Wasting Light

Records Revisited

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 86:51


Ben and repeat revisitor Jeff Frame welcome back another repeat revisitor – Karli Anderson – to continue the Foos sidecast digging into the seventh studio album “Wasting Light.”  Plenty of discussion including Pittsburgh, recent concert going (and concerts coming up), Karli's grudge against Uncle Tupelo and Wilco, Jeff likes to POGO (and subsequent knee surgery), Bob Mould, what's up with Brian's score of “White Limo,” and what song did Karli knock out of the Top 5?  Listen to find out.  Check out Foo Fighters at: https://www.foofighters.com/Check out other episodes at RecordsRevisitedPodcast.com, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Castbox, iHeartMedia, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Additional content is found at: Facebook.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast or twitter @podcastrecords or IG at instagram.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast/ or join our Patreon at patreon.com/RecordsRevisitedPodcast

Completely Conspicuous
Completely Conspicuous 590: Hoover Dam

Completely Conspicuous

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 62:02


Part 2 of my conversation with guest Phil Stacey about our favorite music of 1992. Show notes: - More of Phil's non top 5s: Soul Asylum, Screaming Trees, Kyuss, Jayhawks, Grateful Dead, Rage Against the Machine - A few more from Jay: Helmet, Faith No More - Phil interviewed hockey players who liked RATM - Jay's #5 and Phil's #4: Buffalo Tom hones their craft with their third album - Phil's #5: Neil Young turns down after a few years of extreme volume - Jay's #4: Beastie Boys with a killer album distinguished by more instrumentation from the boys themselves - Jay's #3: The Tragically Hip's best album gives off a distinctly Canadian vibe -  Phil's #3: The Singles soundtrack captured the Seattle sound - Jay's #2: Pavement brings the slacker rock on their debut - Phil's #2: R.E.M. at the peak of their commercial powers - Jay's and Phil's #1: Bob Mould starts a new chapter with Sugar - Favorite songs: "Hoover Dam" (Phil), "Summer Babe" (Jay) Completely Conspicuous is available through Apple Podcasts. Subscribe and write a review! The opening and closing theme of Completely Conspicuous is "Theme to Big F'in Pants" by Jay Breitling. Voiceover work is courtesy of James Gralian.

Bax & O'Brien Podcast
Baxie's Musical Podcast: John Cafiero from Osaka Popstar

Bax & O'Brien Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 30:28


Baxie talks to John Cafiero from the Punk Rock supergroup Osaka Popstar. Over the years this is a band that has included members of The Ramones, The Misfits, Black Flag, The Voidoids, Bob Mould's band, Superchunk, Sparks, and many others! John not only talks about the band and their latest EP, "Ear Candy". He also talks about managing The Misfits and managing the estate of Dee Dee Ramone. Fascinating stuff! You can also listen on Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, Stitcher, Spotify, and on the Rock102 website!

We Dig Music
We Dig Music - Series 5 Episode 5 - Best of 2012

We Dig Music

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 104:34


This month we're we're a mere decade away from our current time as we ignore the Mayan doomsday prophecies and choose our favourite songs of 2012. We'll also be talking about making country legends cry, Turkish goth music, & Tracey's secret love of krautrock.We've each chosen our 10 favourite songs of the year and sent them over to Ian's wife Lydia, who put the playlists together and distributed them so we were each given a playlist of the 20 songs from the other two hosts, along with our own 10. We then ranked the playlists in order of preference and sent them to Colin's wife Helen, who totalled up the points and worked out the order. Helen also joined us on the episode to read out the countdown, which we found out as we recorded so all reactions are genuine.Now, admittedly, in parts we're a little bit brutal to some of the songs in the list as we're three separate people with differing music tastes, but please remember that to be in this episode at all the songs have to have been in one of our top 10's of that year. Bands featured in this episode include (In alphabetical order, no spoilers here!) - The Big Pink, The Chariot, Chris Cohen, DIIV, Earth, El-P, First Aid Kit, Gojira, James Iha, I Like Trains, Kesha, Lightships, Little Mix, Meshuggah, Metric, Meaursault, Bob Mould, Municipal Waste, Neurosis, Amanda Palmer & The Grand Theft Orchestra, Parquet Courts, Punch Brothers, She Past Away, Fran Smith, Bruce Springsteen, Swans, Taylor Swift, Devin Townsend Project, TOY, & James Yorkston.Find all songs in alphabetical order here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/55RPQbdbhQNKHqCAMgwvgr?si=itfxC29oThGy6xA3IjkRqA&utm_source=copy-linkFind our We Dig Music Pollwinners Party playlist (featuring all of the winning songs up until now) here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/45zfDHo8zm6VqrvoEQSt3z?si=Ivt0oMj6SmitimvumYfFrQ If you want to listen to megalength playlists of all the songs we've individually picked since we started doing best of the year episodes, you can listen to Colin's here – https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5x3Vy5Jry2IxG9JNOtabRT?si=HhcVKRCtRhWCK1KucyrDdg Ian's here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2H0hnxe6WX50QNQdlfRH5T?si=XmEjnRqISNqDwi30p1uLqA and Tracey's here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2p3K0n8dKhjHb2nKBSYnKi?si=7a-cyDvSSuugdV1m5md9Nw The playlist of 20 songs from the other two hosts was scored as usual, our favourite song got 20 points, counting down incrementally to our least favourite which got 1 point. The scoring of our own list of 10 is now slightly more complicated in order to give a truer level of points to our own favourites. So rather than them only being able to score as many points as our 10th favourite in the other list, the points in our own list were distributed as follows -1st place - 20 points2nd place - 18 points3rd place – 16 points4th place – 14 points5th place – 12 points6th place – 9 points7th place – 7 points8th place – 5 points9th place – 3 points10th place -1 pointHosts - Ian Clarke, Colin Jackson-Brown & Tracey BGuest starring Helen Jackson-Brown.Playlist compiling/distributing – Lydia ClarkeRecorded/Edited/Mixed/Original Music by Colin Jackson-Brown for We Dig PodcastsThanks to Peter Latimer for help with the scoring system.Say hello at www.facebook.com/wedigmusicpcast or tweet us at http://twitter.com/wedigmusicpcast or look at shiny pictures on Instagram at http://instagram.com/wedigmusicpcast Part of the We Made This podcast network. https://twitter.com/wmt_network You can also find all the We Dig Music & Free With This Months Issue episodes at www.wedigpodcasts.com

We Made This
We Dig Music - Series 5 Episode 5 - Best of 2012

We Made This

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 104:34


This month we're we're a mere decade away from our current time as we ignore the Mayan doomsday prophecies and choose our favourite songs of 2012. We'll also be talking about making country legends cry, Turkish goth music, & Tracey's secret love of krautrock. We've each chosen our 10 favourite songs of the year and sent them over to Ian's wife Lydia, who put the playlists together and distributed them so we were each given a playlist of the 20 songs from the other two hosts, along with our own 10. We then ranked the playlists in order of preference and sent them to Colin's wife Helen, who totalled up the points and worked out the order. Helen also joined us on the episode to read out the countdown, which we found out as we recorded so all reactions are genuine. Now, admittedly, in parts we're a little bit brutal to some of the songs in the list as we're three separate people with differing music tastes, but please remember that to be in this episode at all the songs have to have been in one of our top 10's of that year. Bands featured in this episode include (In alphabetical order, no spoilers here!) - The Big Pink, The Chariot, Chris Cohen, DIIV, Earth, El-P, First Aid Kit, Gojira, James Iha, I Like Trains, Kesha, Lightships, Little Mix, Meshuggah, Metric, Meaursault, Bob Mould, Municipal Waste, Neurosis, Amanda Palmer & The Grand Theft Orchestra, Parquet Courts, Punch Brothers, She Past Away, Fran Smith, Bruce Springsteen, Swans, Taylor Swift, Devin Townsend Project, TOY, & James Yorkston. Find all songs in alphabetical order here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/55RPQbdbhQNKHqCAMgwvgr?si=itfxC29oThGy6xA3IjkRqA&utm_source=copy-link Find our We Dig Music Pollwinners Party playlist (featuring all of the winning songs up until now) here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/45zfDHo8zm6VqrvoEQSt3z?si=Ivt0oMj6SmitimvumYfFrQ If you want to listen to megalength playlists of all the songs we've individually picked since we started doing best of the year episodes, you can listen to Colin's here – https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5x3Vy5Jry2IxG9JNOtabRT?si=HhcVKRCtRhWCK1KucyrDdg Ian's here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2H0hnxe6WX50QNQdlfRH5T?si=XmEjnRqISNqDwi30p1uLqA and Tracey's here - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2p3K0n8dKhjHb2nKBSYnKi?si=7a-cyDvSSuugdV1m5md9Nw The playlist of 20 songs from the other two hosts was scored as usual, our favourite song got 20 points, counting down incrementally to our least favourite which got 1 point. The scoring of our own list of 10 is now slightly more complicated in order to give a truer level of points to our own favourites. So rather than them only being able to score as many points as our 10th favourite in the other list, the points in our own list were distributed as follows - 1st place - 20 points 2nd place - 18 points 3rd place – 16 points 4th place – 14 points 5th place – 12 points 6th place – 9 points 7th place – 7 points 8th place – 5 points 9th place – 3 points 10th place -1 point Hosts - Ian Clarke, Colin Jackson-Brown & Tracey B Guest starring Helen Jackson-Brown. Playlist compiling/distributing – Lydia Clarke Recorded/Edited/Mixed/Original Music by Colin Jackson-Brown for We Dig Podcasts Thanks to Peter Latimer for help with the scoring system. Say hello at www.facebook.com/wedigmusicpcast or tweet us at http://twitter.com/wedigmusicpcast or look at shiny pictures on Instagram at http://instagram.com/wedigmusicpcast Part of the We Made This podcast network. https://twitter.com/wmt_network You can also find all the We Dig Music & Free With This Months Issue episodes at www.wedigpodcasts.com

Anhedonic Headphones Podcast 2 - Electric Boogaloo

In this episode, the 40th overall and the fourth of season seven, Kevin welcomes the Minnesota-based writer Rachael Hanel to the show. Author of the 2013 memoir, We'll Be The Last Ones to Let You Down, Hanel discusses her forthcoming book (due out this fall), the perks of having a CD player in your car, and her problematic favorite Morrissey. To learn more about Rachael Hanel's work, visit her website; and for more information about the "award winning" music criticism site, Anhedonic Headphones, click here! Episode Musical Credits Intro Music: "Brooklyn Zoo (instrumental)," written by Russell Jones, Dennis Coles, and Robert Diggs; originally performed by Ol' Dirty Bastard. Taken from the Get On Down reissue of Return to The 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version, 2011.  Outro Music: "What Does Your Soul Looks Like (Part 4)," performed by DJ Shadow. Endtroducing..., Mo Wax, 1996. "Tomorrow," written by Alain Whyte and Steven Patrick Morrissey; performed by Morrissey. Your Arsenal, HMV/Sire, 1992. "I Don't Mind if You Forget Me," written by Stephen Street and Steven Patrick Morrissey; performed by Morrissey. Viva Hate, HMV/Sire, 1988. "An Otherwise Disappointing Life," lyrics by Scott Hutchinson, music performed by Frightened Rabbit. Portrait of A Panic Attack, Atlantic, 2016. "Waltz #2 (XO)," written performed by Elliott Smith. XO, Dreamworks, 1998. "You Can Take it With You," written by Evan Dando and Tom Morgan; performed by The Lemonheads. Come On Feel The Lemonheads, Atlantic, 1993. "Half The World Away," written by Noel Gallagher; performed by Oasis. Definitely Maybe (Deluxe Reissue), Epic, 1994/2014. "Cemetery Gates," written by Johnny Marr and Steven Patrick Morrissey; performed by The Smiths. The Queen is Dead, Sire/Rough Trade, 1986. "Lulu," written and performed by Trip Shakespeare. Lulu, A&M, 1991. "If I Can't Change Your Mind," written by Bob Mould; performed by Sugar. Copper Blue, Rykodisc/Creation, 1992.

Bax & O'Brien Podcast
Baxie's Musical Podcast: Bob Mould from Husker Du, Sugar

Bax & O'Brien Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 27:52


Baxie welcomes back Bob Mould from Husker Du! Bob is not only one of the giants of American Alternative Music--he is one of the most respected song writers over the last 40 years! Between the six albums he recorded with Husker Du in the early 80's, the albums he recorded in the 90's with the band Sugar, or the more than 15 solo albums that he's released, Bob has always been one of my go-to musical heroes. Bob talks about latest EP, "The Ocean", his 24-CD box set, Husker Du, some of his favorite records, and about getting back on the road! You can listen on Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, Spotify, and on the Rock102 website!

Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling
Episode 135: TMPT Feature Show: Bob Mould

Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 60:58


Today's Feature episode of The Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling is with former WCW Creative Consultant, Bob Mould. The legendary Musician joins the show to talk about his entire professional wrestling career. Host John Poz and Bob will discuss Eric Bischoff, WCW, Vince Russo, his role on the creative team, booking wrestling, Hulk Hogan, Sting, Bret Hart, Lex Luger, Kevin Sullivan, why he left WCW, upcoming music shows, what he is doing today, and so much more!Follow us on Twitter and IG @TwoManPowerTripStore - Teepublic.com/stores/TMPT

Arroe Collins Like It's Live
Osaka Popstar's John Cafiero Releasing Ear Candy

Arroe Collins Like It's Live

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 13:11


Osaka Popstar is the pop-punk music and art project of singer/producer John Cafiero, long-time Misfits & Ramones collaborator and platinum selling film and video director. The critically acclaimed debut album “Osaka Popstar & the American Legends of Punk” features frontman Cafiero with a revolving lineup of punk-rock legends as guests in his backing band including members of the Misfits, Ramones, Black Flag, the Voidoids and more. Other recent Osaka Popstar releases include members of Superchunk, Bob Mould, The Smithereens, Sparks, Roxy Music, Milk ‘n' Cookies, and the Voluptous Horror of Karen Black in the backing band.Osaka Popstar transcends punk rock, comic books, and anime themes beyond music alone with limited edition vinyl toy releases, collaborations with Topps; having appeared in their Garbage Pail Kids & Wacky Packages series, and animated Osaka Popstar music videos have even debuted on the Nintendo 3DS gaming platform under license to Nintendo.Cafiero's long standing collaborations with the Misfits remain consistent two decades deep on both a creative and business level. Among other endeavors Cafiero edited the acclaimed book “Commando: the Autobiography of Johnny Ramone”, Directed the chart topping “Ramones Raw” documentary, and modern day cult-classic feature film “Big Money Hustlas” starring the Insane Clown Posse, Rudy Ray Moore (aka “Dolemite”), WWE's Mick Foley, & the Jerky Boys.In addition to the legendary Misfits (currently headlining arena shows reuniting Original Misfits co-founders Glenn Danzig & Jerry Only), Cafiero also manages the Estate of Dee Dee Ramone (of the world famous Ramones). When the Ramones received a lifetime achievement Grammy Award in 2011, Cafiero had the honor of accepting and speaking on behalf of the late punk icon.Cafiero has produced music by everyone from punk icons the Misfits, to the late pop icon Ronnie Spector—and the #1 charting album “Dr. Demento Covered in Punk” which he produced and conceived of. His band Osaka Popstar's cover of the ‘demented' classic “Fish Heads” (from “Dr. Demento Covered in Punk”) was ranked in the top 10 most requested songs of 2018 on the Dr. Demento Show and the focus of a fully-animated music video.

Arroe Collins
Osaka Popstar's John Cafiero Releasing Ear Candy

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 13:11


Osaka Popstar is the pop-punk music and art project of singer/producer John Cafiero, long-time Misfits & Ramones collaborator and platinum selling film and video director. The critically acclaimed debut album “Osaka Popstar & the American Legends of Punk” features frontman Cafiero with a revolving lineup of punk-rock legends as guests in his backing band including members of the Misfits, Ramones, Black Flag, the Voidoids and more. Other recent Osaka Popstar releases include members of Superchunk, Bob Mould, The Smithereens, Sparks, Roxy Music, Milk ‘n' Cookies, and the Voluptous Horror of Karen Black in the backing band. Osaka Popstar transcends punk rock, comic books, and anime themes beyond music alone with limited edition vinyl toy releases, collaborations with Topps; having appeared in their Garbage Pail Kids & Wacky Packages series, and animated Osaka Popstar music videos have even debuted on the Nintendo 3DS gaming platform under license to Nintendo. Cafiero's long standing collaborations with the Misfits remain consistent two decades deep on both a creative and business level. Among other endeavors Cafiero edited the acclaimed book “Commando: the Autobiography of Johnny Ramone”, Directed the chart topping “Ramones Raw” documentary, and modern day cult-classic feature film “Big Money Hustlas” starring the Insane Clown Posse, Rudy Ray Moore (aka “Dolemite”), WWE's Mick Foley, & the Jerky Boys. In addition to the legendary Misfits (currently headlining arena shows reuniting Original Misfits co-founders Glenn Danzig & Jerry Only), Cafiero also manages the Estate of Dee Dee Ramone (of the world famous Ramones). When the Ramones received a lifetime achievement Grammy Award in 2011, Cafiero had the honor of accepting and speaking on behalf of the late punk icon. Cafiero has produced music by everyone from punk icons the Misfits, to the late pop icon Ronnie Spector—and the #1 charting album “Dr. Demento Covered in Punk” which he produced and conceived of. His band Osaka Popstar's cover of the ‘demented' classic “Fish Heads” (from “Dr. Demento Covered in Punk”) was ranked in the top 10 most requested songs of 2018 on the Dr. Demento Show and the focus of a fully-animated music video.

Arroe Collins
Osaka Popstar's John Cafiero Releasing Ear Candy

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 13:11


Osaka Popstar is the pop-punk music and art project of singer/producer John Cafiero, long-time Misfits & Ramones collaborator and platinum selling film and video director. The critically acclaimed debut album “Osaka Popstar & the American Legends of Punk” features frontman Cafiero with a revolving lineup of punk-rock legends as guests in his backing band including members of the Misfits, Ramones, Black Flag, the Voidoids and more. Other recent Osaka Popstar releases include members of Superchunk, Bob Mould, The Smithereens, Sparks, Roxy Music, Milk ‘n' Cookies, and the Voluptous Horror of Karen Black in the backing band. Osaka Popstar transcends punk rock, comic books, and anime themes beyond music alone with limited edition vinyl toy releases, collaborations with Topps; having appeared in their Garbage Pail Kids & Wacky Packages series, and animated Osaka Popstar music videos have even debuted on the Nintendo 3DS gaming platform under license to Nintendo. Cafiero's long standing collaborations with the Misfits remain consistent two decades deep on both a creative and business level. Among other endeavors Cafiero edited the acclaimed book “Commando: the Autobiography of Johnny Ramone”, Directed the chart topping “Ramones Raw” documentary, and modern day cult-classic feature film “Big Money Hustlas” starring the Insane Clown Posse, Rudy Ray Moore (aka “Dolemite”), WWE's Mick Foley, & the Jerky Boys. In addition to the legendary Misfits (currently headlining arena shows reuniting Original Misfits co-founders Glenn Danzig & Jerry Only), Cafiero also manages the Estate of Dee Dee Ramone (of the world famous Ramones). When the Ramones received a lifetime achievement Grammy Award in 2011, Cafiero had the honor of accepting and speaking on behalf of the late punk icon. Cafiero has produced music by everyone from punk icons the Misfits, to the late pop icon Ronnie Spector—and the #1 charting album “Dr. Demento Covered in Punk” which he produced and conceived of. His band Osaka Popstar's cover of the ‘demented' classic “Fish Heads” (from “Dr. Demento Covered in Punk”) was ranked in the top 10 most requested songs of 2018 on the Dr. Demento Show and the focus of a fully-animated music video.

Arroe Collins
Osaka Popstar's John Cafiero Releasing Ear Candy

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 13:11


Osaka Popstar is the pop-punk music and art project of singer/producer John Cafiero, long-time Misfits & Ramones collaborator and platinum selling film and video director. The critically acclaimed debut album “Osaka Popstar & the American Legends of Punk” features frontman Cafiero with a revolving lineup of punk-rock legends as guests in his backing band including members of the Misfits, Ramones, Black Flag, the Voidoids and more. Other recent Osaka Popstar releases include members of Superchunk, Bob Mould, The Smithereens, Sparks, Roxy Music, Milk ‘n' Cookies, and the Voluptous Horror of Karen Black in the backing band. Osaka Popstar transcends punk rock, comic books, and anime themes beyond music alone with limited edition vinyl toy releases, collaborations with Topps; having appeared in their Garbage Pail Kids & Wacky Packages series, and animated Osaka Popstar music videos have even debuted on the Nintendo 3DS gaming platform under license to Nintendo. Cafiero's long standing collaborations with the Misfits remain consistent two decades deep on both a creative and business level. Among other endeavors Cafiero edited the acclaimed book “Commando: the Autobiography of Johnny Ramone”, Directed the chart topping “Ramones Raw” documentary, and modern day cult-classic feature film “Big Money Hustlas” starring the Insane Clown Posse, Rudy Ray Moore (aka “Dolemite”), WWE's Mick Foley, & the Jerky Boys. In addition to the legendary Misfits (currently headlining arena shows reuniting Original Misfits co-founders Glenn Danzig & Jerry Only), Cafiero also manages the Estate of Dee Dee Ramone (of the world famous Ramones). When the Ramones received a lifetime achievement Grammy Award in 2011, Cafiero had the honor of accepting and speaking on behalf of the late punk icon. Cafiero has produced music by everyone from punk icons the Misfits, to the late pop icon Ronnie Spector—and the #1 charting album “Dr. Demento Covered in Punk” which he produced and conceived of. His band Osaka Popstar's cover of the ‘demented' classic “Fish Heads” (from “Dr. Demento Covered in Punk”) was ranked in the top 10 most requested songs of 2018 on the Dr. Demento Show and the focus of a fully-animated music video.

Jughead's Basement
Episode 121: Episode 121: Danny Dunlap of Gentlemen Rogues, Jill, and The Fall Collection on LoFi Interviews with HiFi Guests

Jughead's Basement

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 81:24


Episode 121: Danny Dunlap of Gentlemen Rogues, The Fall Collection, and JILL talks to us about Houston and The Axiom, Is Danny a Failure, his first band JILL, songwriting compared to novel writing, The Fall Collection and his debilitating days of arthritis, the brilliance of Erasure's Vince Clarke, opening for Bob Mould, and much much Dunlap more.​Danny On Little Steven's Underground GarageGentlemen Rogues WebsiteThe Fall Collection BandcampGentlemen Rogues Bandcamp

RiYL
Episode 520: (Bonus) Bob Mould

RiYL

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 20:41


As I type this, Bob Mould has jumped back in with both legs. He's quick to point out that he managed to get a handful of dates in at the end of last year, but the his solo electric distortion tour spans three months and finds him hopping between the U.S. and U.K. It took the world grinding to a screeching halt to get the musician off the road for a while, though he's kicked 2022 off with a bang. The year opened with the release of The Ocean, an EP that finds him dipping into his back catalog with a pair of tracks from 2020's Blue Hearts and a reimagining of a Hüsker Dü classic. Our chat is a quick one, with an artist who once again finds himself getting back into the swing of things. We talk San Francisco, listening and not listening to music and his time as a wrestling writer.

Talk Is Jericho
Inside The WCW Creative Team with Bob Mould

Talk Is Jericho

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 62:33 Very Popular


Bob Mould is a critically-acclaimed musician and founding frontman of indie rock band, Husker Du, and also served on the WCW creative team in the late 90s! Bob is a life-long wrestling fan who befriended legendary promoter Jim Barnett, and ultimately got offered a job at WCW. Bob shares some great stories about pitching ideas to Hulk Hogan, working with Kevin Nash, Dusty Rhodes, Kevin Sullivan, Vampiro, and what happened when Vince Russo and Ed Ferrara came to WCW. He talks about the guys he thought should have made it, the ones he tried hard to help, and what he thinks led to the demise of WCW. Plus, Bob talks music and touring, including his most recent album, “Blue Hearts,” and his new EP, “The Ocean,” which are both available now at BobMould.com, and how he came “this close” to producing Nirvana's “Nevermind” album.

Nakedly Examined Music Podcast
NEM#170: Bob Mould From Hüsker Dü to Sugar to Now

Nakedly Examined Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 67:54


Bob has released 20+ albums since the early '80s. We discuss  "Forecast of Rain" from Blue Hearts (2020), "I Don't Know You Anymore" from Beauty & Ruin (2014), "JC Auto" by Sugar from Beaster (1993), and "In A Free Land" by Hüsker Dü, 1982 singe remixed for Savage Young Du (2017). End song: the title track to his new acoustic EP, The Ocean. Intro: "If I Can't Change Your Mind" by Sugar from Copper Blue (1992). For more see bobmould.com.  Hear more Nakedly Examined Music. Like our Facebook page. Support us on Patreon. Sponsors: Upgrade your showering at nebia.com/nem (code NEM). Get 15% off at at MasterClass.com/examined.

The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
PEL Presents NEM#170: Bob Mould From Hüsker Dü to Sugar to Now

The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 67:54


Bob has released 20+ albums since the early '80s. We discuss  "Forecast of Rain" from Blue Hearts (2020), "I Don't Know You Anymore" from Beauty & Ruin (2014), "JC Auto" by Sugar from Beaster (1993), and "In A Free Land" by Hüsker Dü, 1982 singe remixed for Savage Young Du (2017). End song: the title track to his new acoustic EP, The Ocean. Intro: "If I Can't Change Your Mind" by Sugar from Copper Blue (1992). For more see bobmould.com.  Hear more Nakedly Examined Music. Like our Facebook page. Support us on Patreon. Sponsors: Upgrade your showering at nebia.com/nem (code NEM). Get 15% off at at MasterClass.com/examined.