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Como lo oyes
Como lo oyes - Canciones nuevas para que nos gusten los lunes - 19/12/22

Como lo oyes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 58:49


Dan Auerbach (The Black Keys) añade otro gran descubrimiento, el de los Hermanos Gutiérrez para la lista de artistas soberbios que está produciendo en los últimos años (Marcus King, Zela Day, Yola o Early James o Nikki Lane, la rebelde del country cuyo nuevo álbum es el mejor de su discografía. Neil Young y otro documento de sus archivos, “Toast”, junto a Crazy Horse. Y el estuche de las actuaciones de Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers en el Fillmore. Y el disco alrededor de la biografía de Lind Ronstadt con Jackson Browne, Peter Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris, Dolly Parton o Lalo Guerrero. Y Gessamí Boada ha grado una auténtica joya. DISCO 1 HERMANOS GUTIÉRREZ & Dan Auerbach Tres Hermanos (6) DISCO 2 EARLY JAMES & SIERRA FERRELL Real Low Down Lonesome (6) DISCO 3 NIKKI LANE Try Harder (5) DISCO 4 MICHELLE BRANCH Not My Lover (4) DISCO 5 MY KID BROTHER Shoulders (6) DISCO 6 BUILT TO SPILL Spiderweb (6) DISCO 7 VALERIE JUNE Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You (7) DISCO 8 NEIL YOUNG & CRAZY HORSE Quit (1) DISCO 9 TOM PETTY & THE HEART BREAKERS Ain’t No Sunshine (CD 1 - 19) DISCO 10 JACKSON BROWNE with LOS CENZONTLES The Dreamer (FEELS LIKE HOME - 6) DISCO 11 ANTONIO SÁNCHEZ &. SILVANA ESTRADA El agua y la miel (13) DISCO 12 MOMI MAIGA & SILVIA PÉREZ CRUZ Sidiya (10) DISCO 13 LOUIS PHILLIPE Le Voyageur (5) DISCO 14 GESSAMÍ BOADA Un Instant (1) Escuchar audio

Como lo oyes
Como lo oyes - Temas instrumentales para que nos gusten los lunes - 12/12/22

Como lo oyes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 58:15


Pianistas excelsos del jazz fusión o contemporáneo como Dave Grusin o Bob James. Sesión de saxofones con Grover Washington Jr., Ernie Watts o John Klemmer. Guitarristas patrios y universales: Niño Josele y Pablo Novoa y músicos inclasificables en familia: Mastretta, Racalmuto… Y atención al nuevo fichaje de Dan Auerbach con un álbum instrumental más que recomendable: Hermanos Gutiérrez. DISCO 1 BOB JAMES Spunky DISCO 2 BAJOFONDO Código de Barra DISCO 3 MOCKY Jinti DISCO 4 GROVER WASHINGTON JR. Jammin’ DISCO 5 JOHN KLEMMER Man And Woman DISCO 6 ERNIE WATTS Looking Glass DISCO 7 DAVE GRUSIN Mountain Dance DISCO 8 HERMANOS GUTIÉRREZ Tres Hermanos DISCO 9 MODULAR Revolución de vegetales DISCO 10 NIÑO JOSELE La Vida DISCO 11 PABLO NOVOA Cómo vas DISCO 12 NACHO MASTRETTA San Vicente Do Mar DISCO 13 RACALMUTO Moment Musical Escuchar audio

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송
2022.11.15 Triggered Tuesdays with Kat Bass

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 123:26


As broadcast November 15, 2022 with plenty of welling eyes for the opener.  Well, we put the spotlight on Big Thief in Seoul on Saturday, so tonight we head to Yes24 Live Hall to do the same with Khruangbin, who closed with a solo guitar version of Arirang that just gave everyone in the studio all the right kinda chills.  Surely, we are not alone on that front!  Great new joints out this week from artists you need to get to know if not so initiated, with Kat Bass & Danno highlighting new joints and just released albums from Hyd, Winston Surfshirt, JW Francis, and S.C.A.B.  Don't sleep!#feelthegravityTracklist (st:rt)Part I (00:00)Khruangbin – Arirang (live in Seoul) & White GlovesReal Pleasure feat Dorota Szata – Was It Love?Caramel – Chasing a SoundLOMELI – InterrupterSilver Liz – High at the GymS.C.A.B. – Six Songs Into Your Spotify Playlist Part II (33:11)Winston Surfshirt ft Ramirez - All of the Little Things Glitter Party - Swimming in Red Jordana - Hands Over My HeadHONEYMOAN - Shortcuts JW Francis - Dream House Absofacto - Dissolve (extended) Part III (61:46)half•alive - High UpThe Arcs - Heaven is a PlaceEloise - Vanilla Tobacco Q - Today SOULBYSEL & Lilith The Moonlan - Hmmmmm (Prod. 1024) Gabrielle Shonk - How We Used To Be Part IV (92:37)Car the Garden - DIAMOND Quadeca & Sunday Service Choir - fractions of infinity Hyd - Oil+HoneySam Valdez - Your PartyZach Shimpf - Ten Whole Years Connie Constance - Red Flag 

ON THE LAM WITH MARC FENTON
#47 A TWANGY, ROCKIN’, POPPY AFFAIR FEATURING FIONA APPLE, RHIANNON GIDDENS, JOHN CALE, DAN AUERBACH’S THE ARCS AND SO MUCH MORE

ON THE LAM WITH MARC FENTON

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 83:46


NO REASON - Sunny War (REMEMBER ME) I'M THE ONE WHO LOVES YOU - Watkins Family Hour  BUILD A HOUSE - Rhiannon Giddens w/Yo Yo Ma & Francesco Turrisi) SAYULITA - Cayucas THE FIRST DAY - Ezter Blint, Stew, Syd Straw LIQUOR & LOVE - Theo Lawerence ALL THE SWEET TEA - Denitia LOVE SAID (LET'S GO) - 77:78 KEEP ON DREAMIN' - The Arcs LE GRANDE CASCADE - Rene Aubry BABY WHEN I CLOSE MY EYES - Sweet Spirit RELATIVE POVERTY - Mozart Estate AFTER ALL - The Jeanines OUT OF TIME MAN - Mick Harvey BREAK! - Fazerdaze DEVIL IN A DRESS - Teddy Swims I GOT THE MOVES - Habibi THE BEST OF IT - Whyte Horses, Le Roux ORDINARY LIVES - Lee Fields OH MY LOVE - The Lathums STORY OF BLOOD - John Cale, Weyes Blood  

Sounds!
Sounds! Album der Woche & Interview: Hermanos Gutiérrez «El Bueno Y El Malo»

Sounds!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 109:11


Ihre Latin-Western-Gitarrensongs treffen den Nerv der Zeit: Die Zürcher Brüder vereinen wilde Cowboyromantik mit Entschleunigung und Meditation. Und jetzt hat Dan Auerbach von den Black Keys ihre neue 5. Platte nicht nur produziert, sondern gleich auf seinem eigenen Label veröffentlicht. Und auch sonst ist der Terminplan voll für die zwei: letzte Woche startete eine dichte USA-Tour im legendären Ryman Auditorium in der Music City Nashville, und nächstes Jahr werden sie u. a. als erste CH-Band überhaupt eine NPR Tiny Desk-Session spielen. Heute rollen wir diese unvergleichliche Geschichte einer Schweizer Band zusammen mit den Hermanos Stephan und Daniel Hotz auf - und wie immer verlosen wir das Sounds! Album der Woche täglich live im Radio auf Vinyl & CD. In der zweiten Stunde liefern wir den Indie-Soundtrack zur Halloween-Nacht mit The Cure, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Mazzy Star, Dead Kennedys, Misfits und vielen mehr. Die grosse Playlist dazu könnt ihr jederzeit bequem abholen: SRF 3 Scary Sounds! Halloween Indie-Playlist

Rig Rundowns
Marcus King [2022]

Rig Rundowns

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 25:29


Since https://www.premierguitar.com/artists/marcus-kings-old-soul (Marcus King's) previous https://youtu.be/4MQ3EHzq1tI (Rig Rundown) in 2017, he's made two albums—produced by https://www.premierguitar.com/artists/the-black-keys (the Black Keys') Dan Auerbach—and scored a Grammy nomination. He's also busted out his own signature Orange amp with an allusive name, and upped his profile, stepping from clubs to big halls. Not bad for a South Carolina kid with blues in his bloodline. And, really, not entirely unexpected. King hit the scene in his teens as a full-blown virtuoso, playing club gigs at night and going to high school by day. He was initially championed by Warren Haynes, who was so impressed that he released the Marcus King Band's 2015 debut, Soul Insight, on his Evil Teen Records label. And then the hard-playing young roots genre-blender rode that wind under his wings. Before his September 29 gig at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium, touring behind his recent release Young Blood, he entertained PG's John Bohlinger—with some help with the details from guitar tech Cody Bates—with a close-up look at his current touring rig. Dig in! Brought to you by https://ddar.io/XSE.RR (D'Addario DS XS Strings).

Tell You What! the Podcast
Episode 44: Early James

Tell You What! the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 59:30


We recorded this episode in person at AmericanaFest in Nashville. Early James released “Strange Time to Be Alive”, his second album produced by Dan Auerbach at his Easy Eye Studios, earlier this year. We hear about the process of working with Dan and his band of legendary musicians as they interpret James' songs, working with Sierra Ferrell on their duet “Real Low Down Lonesome”, how he developed his unique singing voice because he did not like or trust the sound of his “church voice”, and how his songs are like Japanese video games.

Talkhouse Podcast
Marcus King with Neal Francis

Talkhouse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 40:40 Very Popular


On this week's Talkhouse Podcast, we've got a conversation between two young performers who are just this week starting a huge tour together: Marcus King and Neal Francis. King is a blues-rock prodigy who, at 26, already has a lifetime of music under his belt—both as leader of the Marcus King Band and, more recently, as a solo artist. Though he wasn't alive for the 1970s, King clearly has an affinity for that decade, with nods in his music to players like Jimi Hendrix and ZZ Top. He's earned a huge following over the years, which makes sense since he's been gigging since his teens. King's first solo disc, 2020's El Dorado, earned him a Grammy nomination, and for the brand new Youngblood he once again hooked up with producer Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys. It's a scorcher. Check out a little bit of “Hard Working Man” from Youngblood, from a recent performance on Jimmy Fallon's show. Neal Francis is similarly enamored of 1970s sounds, though he leans more toward the funk and soul sides of things. Francis was in a band in his hometown of Chicago called The Heard, but graduated to more sophisticated sounds as a solo artist: Think Sly Stone and Elton John and you're on the right track. His latest album for ATO Records is called In Plain Sight, and it was partly inspired by Francis' time living in a haunted church in Chicago. Check out “Problems” from In Plain Sight right here. What both Marcus and Neil's records share is a little more seriousness than you might immediately hear in what sounds like party-friendly music. Both have had their bouts with substance issues and messy breakups, and those things make it into their songs. They're both also really interested in ghosts, as you'll hear: King isn't sure whether alcohol made him see a demon, but he's definitely seen it. They also talk about growing up bluesy, how David Lynch might translate into music, and the time-honored tradition of drawing dicks on dressing room walls. Enjoy. This episode was produced by Myron Kaplan, and the Talkhouse theme is composed and performed by the Range. See you next time!

Musiques du monde
#SessionLive Hugh Coltman & Matthis Pascaud, sur les traces de Dr John

Musiques du monde

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 48:30


"Ils m'appellent Dr. John, le voyageur nocturne". Étant tous les deux de grands admirateurs du pianiste/chanteur louisianais, Matthis Pascaud et Hugh Coltman décident d'explorer la période sixties de ce dernier avec ce nouvel album Night Trippin', un sulfureux mélange réunissant le folklore de la Nouvelle-Orléans, l'ambiance électrique du groupe et la voix suave de Hugh. Sortie 2 septembre 2022. Dans cette Nouvelle-Orléans crasseuse et mystique, Dr. John était le Grand Zombie, venu d'un temps où les rues n'empestaient pas le béton, où l'on ne prenait pas un studio légendaire pour une laverie automatique. Matthis Pascaud et Hugh Coltman sont les dernières victimes – après Mick Jagger, les Beastie Boys, Beck et Dan Auerbach – du sorcier à la voix rauque et à la langue élastique, généralement flanqué d'une danseuse nue et d'un type qui égorgeait des poulets sur scène avant de boire leur sang ! Là, dans une cuisine, autour d'une grande pile de disques, Matthis et Hugh s'arrêtèrent sur Babylon et Gris-Gris, actes fondateurs de la légende Dr. John. Trois ans après que le toubib a remisé ses crânes et ses costumes à plumes, comment reprendre le flambeau ? La réponse est dans Night Trippin'. Plus qu'un hommage, une procession. Sans casques, dans une pièce truffée de micros, Matthis Pascaud et Hugh Coltman nous convient à leur festin sauvage. Leur groove avance lentement, tel un alligator sous les pacaniers, les tambours s'entrechoquent dans un mouvement mystique zébré par les lames de guitare. Ce ne sont pas des chansons mais des mirages. Dans son costume de voodoo-dandy, Hugh Coltman se déchaîne, scande, aboie, jubile. La Louisiane coule dans ses veines. À la Nouvelle-Orléans, entre deux bouchées d'alligator, le chanteur rock à l'accent du Wiltshire avait enregistré Who's Happy. “La première fois qu'on a jammé avec Matthis, sourit-il, c'était fou !” Night Trippin' a du chien. De loin, on dira qu'il est rock, bestial et dépouillé. Plus près, on croisera le bottleneck d'un vieux bluesman du Sud, les rêves opiacés d'un Jimi Hendrix, les flammes de PJ Harvey ou The Kills et des plans larges à la Ry Cooder. Lorsque s'évanouissent les dernières notes de “Guilded Splinters” on se dit que, là-haut, Mac a dû apprécier. Matthis Pascaud, Hugh Coltman et leur troupe ont entrouvert la porte. Laissez-les vous guider le long du bayou, faire parler la poudre et les sortilèges... Alors, vous finirez peut-être comme eux : mystifiés et totalement séduits. Britannique devenu parisien par adoption, Hugh Coltman est un authentique amateur de jazz, de rock et de blues. Ancien membre des formations The Hoax et Heez Bus, il se produit en solo à partir de l'album Stories from the Safe House (2008), remarqué pour sa saveur jazz, blues et soul. C'est dans une veine entre soul aux yeux bleus et pop anglaise que Hugh Coltman revient sur le devant de la scène avec l'album Zero Killed (2012). Il signe chez Sony Masterworks et enchaîne avec un élégant hommage de Crooner dans Shadows : Songs of Nat King Cole (2015), suivi de Who's Happy (2018) inspiré par l'ambiance big band de la Nouvelle-Orléans, deux albums qui cumulent plus de 15 millions d'écoutes sur les plateformes de streaming et plus de 20 0000 ventes physiques. La même année, il remporte la Victoire du Jazz dans la catégorie “Artiste vocal”. Matthis Pascaud est un artiste qui captive par ses compositions à la fois audacieuses, volcaniques et actuelles. Son jeu à la guitare réunit ses deux influences principales : le rock pour sa dimension sonore et le jazz pour l'improvisation. Sa musique qualifiée de "Jazz progressif" brise les frontières stylistiques. Entendu aux côtés de nombreux artistes dont Ellinoa au sein du Wanderlust Orchestra, Anne Paceo dans le projet Rewind, la saxophoniste Sophie Alour ou encore la chanteuse Ayo, le guitariste s'est aussi distingué par son travail de directeur musical, pour les projets à succès de Marion Rampal ou encore Moonlight Benjamin. On le retrouve aussi à l'étranger comme au Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts à New York, Centro Culturale Candiani en Italie, Womad Festival en Angleterre, ou encore à La Clef en France avec la chanteuse Moonlight Benjamin. Titres interprétés au Grand studio - Mama Roux (Dr John) Live RFI voir le clip  - Cha Dooky Doo, extrait Dr John (Triumvirate 1973) - Cha Dooky Doo, extrait de l'album Night Trippin - Such a Night (Dr John) voir vidéo RFI - Back To Back (Coltman/Pascaud) voir vidéo RFI.   Playlist de Hugh et Matthis - It'll all work out, de Blake Mills (Hugh) - Spoonful de Howlin' Wolf (Matthis) - Mellow Down Easy, de Little Walter (Hugh) - Zigzan, de Bombino (Matthis).   Line-up - Matthis Pascaud, guitare acoustique - Hugh Coltman, voix, harmonica & guitare acoustique. Son Benoît Letirant & Mathias Taylor.   (Rediffusion du 3 juillet 2022)

The String
Early James

The String

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 57:20


Episode 220: Early James pushed himself to find a singing voice and songwriting style all his own, and it certainly got the attention of Nashville's Dan Auerbach. The Birmingham, AL artist was invited into Dan's Easy Eye Sound studio to write and produce his debut album Singing For My Supper in 2020. That release was acclaimed by stymied by the pandemic. Not so the new one, Strange Time To Be Alive, with its surreal, suggestive language and fevered country noir soundscape. I sit with the 29-year-old James in the same room where he cut these two special and unique recordings and talk about Alabama, stage fright and Howlin' Wolf.

BPM Pod
The forgotten episode: Sounding like The Black Keys, tape delay nerdiness, and music we love

BPM Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 47:28


Join Ashley and Chris on this short, sharp, sweltering episode as they chat about the music they've loved recently. Plus, Chris succeeds in his mission of replicating the sound of Kurt Cobain's guitar on 'Come As You Are', and Dan Auerbach's guitar on 'Gold on the Ceiling' by The Black Keys.   Chris also shows us a proper valuable tape delay, tells us the story behind it, and explains why they're pretty damn cool.   AND! If you're in the Berlin area, check out Chris LIVE with his band on 28 August as part of the Heningsdorf festival.   Music in this episode The Staves - Nothing's Gonna Happen [Official Audio] - YouTube The Jayhawks - Everybody Knows (Official Music Video) - YouTube The Black Keys - Gold On The Ceiling [Official Music Video] - YouTube Nirvana - Come As You Are (Official Music Video) - YouTube Robert Miles - Children (Official Video) - YouTube

KEXP Song of the Day
Hermanos Gutiérrez - El Bueno Y El Malo

KEXP Song of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 3:25


Hermanos Gutiérrez - “El Bueno Y El Malo” from the 2022 album El Bueno Y El Malo on Easy Eye Sound Swiss-Ecuadorian siblings Estevan and Alejandro Gutiérrez bring their love of '50s Latin American music to their musical project Hermanos Gutiérrez. In fact, their forthcoming full-length, El Bueno Y El Malo, takes its name from the 1966 Spaghetti Western film The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. with its iconic score by Ennio Morricone.  “We think that everybody has a good side and a bad side,” Estevan said in a press release. “It's every person, every moment, every situation. Everybody has these two faces.” El Bueno Y El Malo was co-produced alongside The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach, and will be released October 28th via Auerbach's Easy Eye Sound imprint. Read the full story at KEXP.orgSupport the show: https://www.kexp.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rich and Daily
Michelle Branch Tells Husband 'Goodbye to You'

Rich and Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 12:00


Are we back in the early 2000s? First Bennifer gets back together and ties the knot. Then Britney and K-Fed find their way back into the headlines. Now, singer/songwriter Michelle Branch is “Everywhere” once again. And not necessarily in a good way. Last Thursday, Michelle tweeted – and then quickly deleted – a shocking allegation against her husband, Patrick Carney of the Black Keys. Things went quickly downhill from there, and it's now gotten really messy between these two. All this drama comes just weeks before Michelle's due to release a new album. So here's the question: will all this publicity – good or bad – help the songstress reclaim some of the success she had in the early aughts?Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. Support us by supporting our sponsors!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Dean Delray's LET THERE BE TALK
#659 : Marcus King / Singer, Songwriter, Guitarist, Friend

Dean Delray's LET THERE BE TALK

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 59:51 Very Popular


Today my friend Marcus King stops by the show to talk all about his new album Young Blood coming out Aug 26th on American Recordings. I have loved this mans music from the first day I heard him and can not stop telling people about him. Marcus and I dive into whats been going on with him over the last couple of years including working with Dan Auerbach again in the studio, co-writing with Desmond Child and our Rock and Comedy tour that is about to start in Sept.   King has been an outlier from the very beginning. A fourth generation musician from Greenville, SC, who learned guitar at age 3 from his blues rock musician father Marvin King. He navigated troublesome school years to quickly become known as one of the most promising young artists of our time. He followed breakout success with The Marcus King Band, with his Auerbach produced 2020 solo album debut, El Dorado. It garnered a GRAMMY® Award nomination in the category of “Best Americana Album” and critical praise from The New York Times to NPR's Weekend Edition. With unparalleled performance prowess and a dynamic live show, King has sold out historic venues from The Beacon to The Filmore. He has opened for Chris Stapleton, Greta Van Fleet and Nathaniel Rateliff and graced the bills of Stagecoach, Fuji Rock, Rock Werchter and more. He also recently launched his own custom Gibson guitar and signature Orange guitar amplifier, the MK Ultra, which sold out before it even hit the stores.   King recently announced a massive headline US tour, with dates through September and October 2022 supporting the release of his forthcoming solo album, Young Blood. He will be taking his stadium sized sound to esteemed venues across the U.S, including two nights at venues such as New York's Beacon Theatre and Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. Neal Francis and Ashland Craft support select dates, and the tour features comedy by Dean Del Ray. Tickets on sale now.

Indie88 Podcasts
Sarah Burke Talks to Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys

Indie88 Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 9:21


Indie88 host Sarah Burke speaks to Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys about their new album 'Dropout Boogie and decades of friendship with drummer Patrick Carney.

Today's Top Tune
Early James: ‘Harder To Blame'

Today's Top Tune

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 4:06


You can hear the signature production values that Dan Auerbach sprinkles over Alabama native son Early James' work on his forthcoming album “Strange Time To Be Alive,” due Aug. 19.   But when you listen to the lyrics, it's all James. “Harder To Blame” tackles how we take responsibility for ourselves as we mature. 

Musiques du monde
#Session Live Hugh Coltman & Matthis Pascaud, sur les traces de Dr John

Musiques du monde

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 48:30


"Ils m'appellent Dr. John, le voyageur nocturne". Étant tous les deux de grands admirateurs du pianiste/chanteur louisianais, Matthis Pascaud et Hugh Coltman décident d'explorer la période sixties de ce dernier avec ce nouvel album Night Trippin', un sulfureux mélange réunissant le folklore de la Nouvelle-Orléans, l'ambiance électrique du groupe et la voix suave de Hugh. Sortie 2 septembre 2022.   Dans cette Nouvelle-Orléans crasseuse et mystique, Dr. John était le Grand Zombie, venu d'un temps où les rues n'empestaient pas le béton, où l'on ne prenait pas un studio légendaire pour une laverie automatique. Matthis Pascaud et Hugh Coltman sont les dernières victimes – après Mick Jagger, les Beastie Boys, Beck et Dan Auerbach – du sorcier à la voix rauque et à la langue élastique, généralement flanqué d'une danseuse nue et d'un type qui égorgeait des poulets sur scène avant de boire leur sang ! Là, dans une cuisine, autour d'une grande pile de disques, Matthis et Hugh s'arrêtèrent sur Babylon et Gris-Gris, actes fondateurs de la légende Dr. John. Trois ans après que le toubib a remisé ses crânes et ses costumes à plumes, comment reprendre le flambeau ? La réponse est dans Night Trippin'. Plus qu'un hommage, une procession. Sans casques, dans une pièce truffée de micros, Matthis Pascaud et Hugh Coltman nous convient à leur festin sauvage. Leur groove avance lentement, tel un alligator sous les pacaniers, les tambours s'entrechoquent dans un mouvement mystique zébré par les lames de guitare. Ce ne sont pas des chansons mais des mirages. Dans son costume de voodoo-dandy, Hugh Coltman se déchaîne, scande, aboie, jubile. La Louisiane coule dans ses veines. À la Nouvelle-Orléans, entre deux bouchées d'alligator, le chanteur rock à l'accent du Wiltshire avait enregistré Who's Happy. “La première fois qu'on a jammé avec Matthis, sourit-il, c'était fou !” Night Trippin' a du chien. De loin, on dira qu'il est rock, bestial et dépouillé. Plus près, on croisera le bottleneck d'un vieux bluesman du Sud, les rêves opiacés d'un Jimi Hendrix, les flammes de PJ Harvey ou The Kills et des plans larges à la Ry Cooder. Lorsque s'évanouissent les dernières notes de “Guilded Splinters” on se dit que, là-haut, Mac a dû apprécier. Matthis Pascaud, Hugh Coltman et leur troupe ont entrouvert la porte. Laissez-les vous guider le long du bayou, faire parler la poudre et les sortilèges... Alors, vous finirez peut-être comme eux : mystifiés et totalement séduits.   Britannique devenu parisien par adoption, Hugh Coltman est un authentique amateur de jazz, de rock et de blues. Ancien membre des formations The Hoax et Heez Bus, il se produit en solo à partir de l'album Stories from the Safe House (2008), remarqué pour sa saveur jazz, blues et soul. C'est dans une veine entre soul aux yeux bleus et pop anglaise que Hugh Coltman revient sur le devant de la scène avec l'album Zero Killed (2012). Il signe chez Sony Masterworks et enchaîne avec un élégant hommage de Crooner dans Shadows: Songs of Nat King Cole (2015), suivi de Who's Happy (2018) inspiré par l'ambiance big band de la Nouvelle-Orléans, deux albums qui cumulent plus de 15 millions d'écoutes sur les plateformes de streaming et plus de 20 0000 ventes physiques. La même année, il remporte la Victoire du Jazz dans la catégorie “Artiste vocal”. Matthis Pascaud est un artiste qui captive par ses compositions à la fois audacieuses, volcaniques et actuelles. Son jeu à la guitare réunit ses deux influences principales : le rock pour sa dimension sonore et le jazz pour l'improvisation. Sa musique qualifiée de "Jazz progressif" brise les frontières stylistiques. Entendu aux côtés de nombreux artistes dont Ellinoa au sein du Wanderlust Orchestra, Anne Paceo dans le projet Rewind, la saxophoniste Sophie Alour ou encore la chanteuse Ayo, le guitariste s'est aussi distingué par son travail de directeur musical, pour les projets à succès de Marion Rampal ou encore Moonlight Benjamin. On le retrouve aussi à l'étranger comme au Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts à New York, Centro Culturale Candiani en Italie, Womad Festival en Angleterre, ou encore à La Clef en France avec la chanteuse Moonlight Benjamin.   Titres interprétés au Grand studio - Mama Roux (Dr John) Live RFI voir le clip  - Cha Dooky Doo, extrait Dr John (Triumvirate 1973) - Cha Dooky Doo, extrait de l'album Night Trippin - Such a Night (Dr John) voir vidéo RFI - Back To Back (Coltman/Pascaud) voir vidéo RFI.   Playlist de Hugh et Matthis - It'll all work out, de Blake Mills (Hugh) - Spoonful de Howlin' Wolf (Matthis) - Mellow Down Easy, de Little Walter (Hugh) - Zigzan, de Bombino (Matthis).   Line-up - Matthis Pascaud, guitare acoustique - Hugh Coltman, voix, harmonica & guitare acoustique. Son : Benoît Letirant & Mathias Taylor.

Inside the Studio
The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach

Inside the Studio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 29:15


The guitarist reflects on recording the band's latest record ‘Dropout Boogie,' including sessions with ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons. Auerbach also looks back on the 20th anniversary of the Black Keys' debut, his early blues heroes, and what's to come for the Black Keys' summer tour.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan: John Doe

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 48:55


Singer/Songwriter/Actor John Doe tells terrific tales: hanging with Dennis Quaid and Winona Ryder in Memphis, gigging with Nick Lowe in London and hearing his voice come out of Christian Bale's mouth in Todd Haynes's Dylan biopic I'm Not There.Did John's appearance with LA punk band X on the Letterman Show in 1983 inspire Dylan's wild 1984 set with The Plugz? What did he say when he suddenly found himself face-to-face with Bruce Springsteen at that Grammy thing? Did Jerry Lee Lewis actually call him a "fucking asshole" the first time they met? John raves about Tulsa's new Bob Dylan Center and answers all the above questions, as he presses on…John Doe and his bandmates in X made 6 studio recordings from 1978-1993. He has recorded 9 solo records, collaborating with Patty Griffin, Dan Auerbach, Aimee Mann, Don Was, Kathleen Edwards, Dave Alvin and Greg Liesz. Doe has acted in over 50 films and television productions including Road House, Great Balls of Fire, Pure Country and Roswell. His musical side projects include work with The Knitters and The Sadies. Doe co-wrote the definitive book about the LA punk rock scene, Under The Big Black Sun. His new album, Fables In A Foreign Land, was inspired by John Wesley Harding. John currently lives in Austin, Texas.WebsiteTwitterTrailerEpisode playlist on AppleEpisode playlist on SpotifyListeners: please subscribe and/or leave a review and a rating.Twitter @isitrollingpodRecorded 13th May 2022This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts  

HEATWAVE!
Heatwave! 303

HEATWAVE!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 113:41


https://apoia.se/clubeheatwave Heatwave! número 303 na webradio antenAZero. Abrimos com destaque para o a brvnks, e seu disco novo, "meet the terrible". Ouvimos ainda músicas novas da Pluma, Melody's Echo Chamber, The Outs com Murilo Sá, Jungle, Viratempo, Wallacy Williams, Wild Wild Wets, Griffo & Lord, Monoq, Skinny Dippers e Martin Leary. Ouvimos ainda Boogarins, Kabinett, Dan Auerbach, Bobby Womack, Gorillaz e Pink Floyd. Ao longo do programa tocamos músicas dos discos citados no vídeo "5 Discos Que Mudaram Minha Vida", sendo Beatles, Oasis, Clash, Cachorro Grande e a trilha sonora do filme Forrest Gump, representado aqui por The Doors, Wilson Pickett e Aretha Franklin.

Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan
John Doe

Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 48:55 Very Popular


Singer/Songwriter/Actor John Doe tells terrific tales: hanging with Dennis Quaid and Winona Ryder in Memphis, gigging with Nick Lowe in London and hearing his voice come out of Christian Bale's mouth in Todd Haynes's Dylan biopic I'm Not There.Did John's appearance with LA punk band X on the Letterman Show in 1983 inspire Dylan's wild 1984 set with The Plugz? What did he say when he suddenly found himself face-to-face with Bruce Springsteen at that Grammy thing? Did Jerry Lee Lewis actually call him a "fucking asshole" the first time they met? John raves about Tulsa's new Bob Dylan Center and answers all the above questions, as he presses on…John Doe and his bandmates in X made 6 studio recordings from 1978-1993. He has recorded 9 solo records, collaborating with Patty Griffin, Dan Auerbach, Aimee Mann, Don Was, Kathleen Edwards, Dave Alvin and Greg Liesz. Doe has acted in over 50 films and television productions including Road House, Great Balls of Fire, Pure Country and Roswell. His musical side projects include work with The Knitters and The Sadies. Doe co-wrote the definitive book about the LA punk rock scene, Under The Big Black Sun. His new album, Fables In A Foreign Land, was inspired by John Wesley Harding. John currently lives in Austin, Texas.WebsiteTwitterTrailerEpisode playlist on AppleEpisode playlist on SpotifyListeners: please subscribe and/or leave a review and a rating.Twitter @isitrollingpodRecorded 13th May 2022This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts  

Dave Fanning
The Black Keys – Interview with Dan Auerbach

Dave Fanning

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 12:47


On the back of the release of their new album Dropout Boogie, Dave chats to Dan Auerbach, guitarist and vocalist of The Black Keys

Maxwell's Kitchen
Episode 76 - Little Black Submarines

Maxwell's Kitchen

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 11:05


This is a cover of the song from The Black Keys called “Little Black Submarines”. It is the original recording with small amounts of additional drums from the room recording. This song was written by Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney. All production by Cody Maxwell. Artwork by Cody Maxwell. Opening graphic assets by UlyanaStudio and Grandphic.sharkfyn.com

All Of It
Dan Auerbach on His Production Career

All Of It

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 13:29


[REBROADCAST FROM MARCH 9, 2021] Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys has won eight Grammys, including Producer of the Year in 2013. In 2019, he was nominated in the same category, and at the 63rd annual awards ceremony he was nominated for the award a third time. He joins us to discuss his career and the production credits that earned him the nomination.

iHeartRadio Presents: The Filter
Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys on Dropout Boogie, Magic w/ Pat Carney, Learning Music, Billy Gibbons

iHeartRadio Presents: The Filter

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 6:27


Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys calls in to talk with iHeartRadio's JD Lewis about their new album Dropout Boogie and how special his relationship is with Patrick Carney! Dan from The Black Keys talk about the Shed tour, playing music as a kid and working with Billy Gibbons and if he has a musical bucket list!?

Truetone Lounge
Russ Pahl - Truetone Lounge

Truetone Lounge

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 88:49


Russ Pahl is one of the busiest guitarists and pedal steelers in Nashville, with credits ranging from Robert Plant to Carrie Underwood. He is a multi-instrumentalist, who moves between both instruments and musical genres in such a fluid manner, that he is just at home playing lead guitar with Dan Auerbach on Austin City Limits, as he is playing hardcore country pedal steel in Vince Gill's touring unit. In our Truetone Lounge interview, Russ covers his career, what he feels has kept him in demand over the last 30-years, and his highly customized guitar and pedal steel rig. #truetonelounge #truetone #russpahl

Vinyl-O-Matic
Albums and All That, Starting with the letter O as in Oscar

Vinyl-O-Matic

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 61:08


James White and the Blacks [00:24] "Contort Yourself" Off White 4 Men with Beards 4M 504 2002 (original released in 1979) A little something for all your No Wave Funk needs. DEVO [03:30] "Peek-A-Boo" Oh, No! It's DEVO Warner Bros. Records 9 23741-1 1982 One of the more memorable videos from the early MTV era. (https://youtu.be/nrudnbUoYAw) And certainly relevant today. Zola Jesus [06:27] "Exhumed" Okovi Sacred Bones Records SBR-184 2017 Killer track from one of my favorite albums of 2017. If you've never seen Zola Jesus live, I highly recommend it. Niki Danilova is a helluva performer (https://youtu.be/jtd_q0jiYw4?t=5). Fritzi Bielmeier [10:09] "Fairgrounds, Fair Organ, Brewery Horses and Wagaon pass by/Holzhacker Baum" Oktoberfest: The Music and Sounds of the Biggest Beer Party in the World Decca DL 4332 1959 Why, it's just like being there, apart from the vomit and sawdust. Tennessee Ernie Ford with Dorothy Gill [16:01] "Ain't Nobody's but My Own" Ol' Rockin' Ern Capitol Records T888 1957 Ol' Ern rocks out, no doubt to impress a Wicked City Woman (https://youtu.be/xSdBpDgfSGY). Guy Clark [17:57] "To Live Is to Fly" Old Friends Sugar Hill Records SH 1025 1988 Guy taking this excellent Townes Van Zandt song for a nice trip with the help of Emmylou Harris on harmony vocals. The Madrid Festival de Matadors Orchestra [21:11] "Gallito" "Olé" Music of the Bull Ring Bravo! Records K 125 ? If are curious about the origins of bullfighting in Spain, the intros to a good number of Cocaine and Rhinestones Season 2 episodes (https://cocaineandrhinestones.com/episodes/season-two) will satisfy your needs (as well as any George Jones and Tammy Wynnette needs you may have). Donna Summers [23:35] "I Feel Love" On the Radio - Greatest Hits Vol. 1 & 2 Casablanca NBLP-2-7191 1979 The sadly too-short 7" edit of this epic Giorgio Moroder classic, second only in my mind to Sparks' "Number One Song in Heaven (https://youtu.be/P6I6yr7WDeg)". Siouxsie and the Banshees [29:05] "Christine" Once Upon a Time/The Singles PVC Records PVC 8906 1981 The second single from their 1980 album Kaleidoscope, marked by the addition of John McGeoch on guitar. Cheap Trick [32:04] "Saturday at Midnight" One on One Epic FE 38021 1982 Cheap Trick try on Sparks? Produced by the legendary Roy Thomas Baker. Shannon & the Clams [35:02] "Onion" Onion Easy Eye Sound EES-004 2018 Recorded at Dan Auerbach's Easy Eye Sound Studio. So much goodness on this album, so I opted for my favorite track. Red Fang [37:49] "Flies" Only Ghosts Relapse Records RR 7347 2016 Hot track one, side one from the fourth studio effort by Portland's very own Red Fang. St. Etienne [42:52] "Stoned to Say the Least (Album Version)" Only Love Can Break Your Heart Warner Bros. Records 0-40196 1991 As heard on the wonderful Foxbase Alpha. The Dirtbombs [50:35] "Hey! Cookie" Ooey Gooey Chewy Ka-Blooey In the Red Recordings ITR-248 2013 The Dirtbombs! Bubblegum pop! What more could you ask for?! Jerry Lee Lewis [53:23] "Money" Original Golden Hits - Volume 2 Sun SUN 103 1969 The Killer slays this Bradford/Gordy classic. The Ink Spots [55:37] "We'll Meet Again" Original Ink Spots Vol. 1 Coronet Records CX-101 1959 It's true, we will meet again. Hopefully sooner rather than later! Music behind the DJ: "Alfie" by Christopher Scott

WMMR - MMaRchives Podcast
Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys on The Preston & Steve Show

WMMR - MMaRchives Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 16:07


Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys joins The Preston & Steve Show to discuss the band's new single "Wild Child", his journey as a songwriter, and even shouts out MMR's full-time vampire, Jacky Bam Bam! The band's new record, 'Dropout Boogie', is set for release on May 13th and available for preorder here. Watch the video for "Wild Child" here.

WMMR's Preston & Steve Daily Podcast
Daily Podcast (03.31.22)

WMMR's Preston & Steve Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 170:15


We talk to Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys & chat with Pete Holmes On this episode: News (00:00:00) Entertainment Report (00:10:57) Dan Auerbach Checks In (00:45:53) Bizarre Files (01:12:03)  Lame Excuses For Cancelling (01:22:08) Pete Holmes Zooms In & Old Time Expressions (01:52:45) Bizarre Files (02:26:18) Hollywood Trash & Music News (02:32:29) Wrap Up (02:42:32) 

Blues Box
Blues Box - Rádio Executiva - 26 de Março de 2022

Blues Box

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 58:50


O destaque do #BluesBox de hoje é o The Black Keys! Uma dupla americana de blues-rock e indie rock formada pelo vocalista/guitarrista Dan Auerbach e pelo baterista/produtor Patrick Carney.

Let's Talk Records
S2E10 - El Camino - The Black Keys

Let's Talk Records

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 94:08


We welcome Jenn's little brother Matt on the show to discuss one of his favorite albums "El Camino" by The Black Keys. If you didn't know that this was a breakup album, now is your chance to dive into the meaning behind an album that, at face value, is just full of southern rock inspired guitar riffs that make good soundtracks to car commercials. This album is so much more than that. From viral videos to smart marketing, Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney are a perfect duo that not only busted out this timeless record but also brought in a new generation of rock that the world didn't know it was missing. Matt brings us through what makes this album so great, Jenn gives us a crash course on contemporary artist Harmony Korine, and Emily shares her findings of deeper meanings that are hidden behind the gritty facade of resonators and catchy riffs. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Recording Studio Rockstars
RSR341 - Collin Dupuis - Mixing Angel Olsen, Lana Del Ray, Yves Tumor

Recording Studio Rockstars

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 136:31


My guest today is Collin Dupuis a Nashville and Detroit based multi Grammy nominated and two time Grammy winning mixer, producer, and engineer. Collin has been on the podcast previously to talk about working with artists and projects including, Lana Del Rey, St. Vincent, Dr. John, The Black Keys, and many others. You can hear his back story on episode RSR252 where he talked about starting out in Detroit working with the Bass Brothers, Jack White, Planet-E Records, and Dan Auerbach and moving to Nashville. Currently, Collin is busy working as a freelance mixer and engineer, recording, and mixing songs and albums for artists including, Angel Olsen, Yves Tumor, Boy and Bear, Cherry Glazer, Lawrence Rothman and many others. Get access to FREE mixing mini-course: http://MixMasterBundle.com THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! https://RecordingStudioRockstars.com/Academy Use code ROCKSTAR to get 10% https://samplyaudio.com Use code RSR20 to get 20% off for the first 3 months https://carltatzdesign.com/Mixroom-Mentor https://www.Spectra1964.com http://MacSales.com/Rockstars http://iZotope.com/Rockstars use code ROCK10 for 10% off http://www.thetoyboxstudio.com http://UltimateMixingMasterclass.com Hear guests discography on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0WU3Rx4o79aPlCDRnq4O0m?si=f74e59f56d2d4026 If you love the podcast, then please leave a review: https://RSRockstars.com/Review CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AT: http://RSRockstars.com/341

Blokhuis de Podcast
#10 - The Black Keys, Wouter Planteijdt (live). muziek uit Portugal, Father John Misty en Eamon (S03)

Blokhuis de Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 51:52


Er komt een nieuw album van The Black Keys, Leo duikt in de geschiedenis van die band en belciht ook de muziek en producties van Dan Auerbach, er is een liveoptreden van Wouter Planteijdt (Sjako!), Peter de Cuyper vertelt over de muziek uit Portugal en nieuwe platen van oa Father John Misty en Eamon

Sphere Of Roche
Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys on "Wild Child," Watching Tarantino w/Kids, and Jewish Rockers

Sphere Of Roche

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 9:04


The Black Keys are back! The new song, "Wild Child" is a straight banger and a great appetizer for the new album, Dropout Boogie, available for streaming on May 13th. Dan Auerbach of the Keys enters the Sphere to discuss "Wild Child" and Dropout Boogie, watching Quentin Tarantino movies with your kids, and cupcakes at the 9:30 Club. Then, Dan gives his thoughts on being a Jewish rocker, the inspiration he draws from being Jewish, and being a role model to young Jewish musicians.

My Little Underground
2022 Anticipated

My Little Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 28:55


Kicking off the new year strong on My Little Underground with the first installment of 2022 Anticipated! February seems like its going to be really busy with albums from Empath, A Place To Bury Strangers, Spoon, Alt-J, and Animal Collective coming. New York's Combo Chimbita has a new one coming late January along with a special show booked at Elsewhere Hall with Lido Pimienta for April. Lets not forget one of the best pieces of music news to close out 2021, Dan Auerbach's Easy Eye Sound is putting together a Son House album with unreleased material! New year, new music, more to anticipate. -- Sign up for the My Little Underground newsletter: https://www.peteraradio.com/newsletter Twitter & Instagram: @mlupod #mlupod --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mlupod/support

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송
2021.12.07 Under The Radar Tuesdays with Prince Paolo

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 122:46


As broadcast December 7, 2021 with plenty of extra wrappin' for you podcast elves.  Tonight we mark the final regular broadcast of our Under The Radar Tuesdays with Prince Paolo by unofficially kicking off the year's festivus with an interesting few facts about hip-hop pioneer Kurtis Blow, who released Christmas Rappin' on this date in 1979.  After that it's a full two hours of fresh indie & underground cuts with Prince Paolo at the helm, taking us through his favorites for the week, with highlights being a new EP out today from TOPAZ, along with new singles from Quelle Rox, Thrillhouse, Atom Eyes, and Yung Bae to sink into.#feelthegravityTracklisting:Part I (00:00)Kurtis Blow – Christmas Rappin'LEISURE – Be With YouTOPAZ – ScreamPurple Heart Parade – StarwheelCeramic Animal – Sweet UnknownQuelle Rox – nuestra historia Part II (32:57)Midnight Pool Party – TRUTHThrillhouse - How Long Can You Wait For Me_Anand Wilder - I Don't Want Our Love To Become RoutineNEIL FRANCES featuring GRAE - finding rhythmSawyer Dust - demon (violet)Allan Low - Too Close Part III (61:27)Atom Eyes - Roll The DiceSipper - LosersThe Moving Stills - TruthfullyHockeysmith – You're HappeningNEEDSHES - One DayLiz Metta - Fragile & Strong Part IV (93:31)Yung Bae feat Cosmos Midnight - Straight Up Relaxinllampaca x Doran Danoff - Dont Give UpKarma Fields & Reva DeVito - TimebombPiwa - No FunMom Tudie - Fear Leads Us OnRamir - Opia 

Life Uncut
Love me MORE and the need to please! Unpacking Codependency

Life Uncut

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 79:00


Step right up to your meaty and juicy Tuesday because today we are kicking off the episode with some bach chat that has pretty much every media publication in Australia talking; the relationship breakdown between Brooke Blurton & Abbie Chatfield.We address this conversation from the perspective of two people who have been in the media wheel of Bachelor finales and how elements of privilege are intertwined with the timing of this particular situation.Then we are taking a deep dive on codependence. On the surface we look at codependence as being needy and controlling, but there's so much more to unpack here. These behaviours can be due to how we grew up, other relationship experiences we have had in life, and they can also exist in our workplace. friendship or family relationships too.We speak with founder and co-director of associated counsellors and psychologists Dan Auerbach, who has over 20 years of relationship counselling experience. He gives us his professional insight and experience in codependency.You can check Dan out here:  https://www.counsellingsydney.com.au/dan-auerbach/www.counsellingsydney.com.auOr phone (02) 8205 0566In the episode, Laura and Britt mention an anonymous group that you can find here:https://www.codependentsanonymous.org.au/If you liked the episode, share it with someone that you love because we love love! xxSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Underground Sessions
Jen Tabor from Souldier Guitar Straps

The Underground Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 60:48


Much like Souldiers slogan, this interview is good for your soul! Equal parts entrepreneurial success story, Robert Johnson mythology, talking about an old school, and crazy stories from Jen's experience working with the likes of Steven Tyler, Jeff Tweedy, and Dan Auerbach. Jen is hands down one of the most genuinely awesome people we have had the pleasure of meeting while doing this podcast and we hope you enjoy listening to this interview as much as we enjoyed recording it! Go Give Souldier all of your money. Live Show at Lo Rez Brewing , Nov 20th https://www.souldier.us/ https://www.etsy.com/shop/souldierstraps --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/undergound-sessions/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/undergound-sessions/support

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Songfacts Podcast: The Heavy Hours

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 38:27


The Heavy Hours are on a roll. Recently, they've written with Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys, recorded an EP in upstate New York with Simone Felice (who also produced Lumineers and Avett Brothers albums) and opened for St. Paul and The Broken Bones. Today on the show, I catch up with Jonathan Moon (bass), Michael Marcagi (lead vocals) and AJ Yorio (guitar) to talk about all of that and get the scoop on their latest EP, Wildfire. We also find out what it was like doing an RV tour during a pandemic.This Cincinnati band is finding their groove as songwriters and enjoying every minute of it along the way.https://theheavyhours.com/https://www.songfacts.com/https://www.facebook.com/songfactshttps://twitter.com/Songfactshttp://pantheonpodcasts.com/https://twitter.com/pantheonpodsHosted and Edited by Corey O'Flanaganhttps://twitter.com/ofe1818https://www.instagram.com/coreyofe/corey@songfacts.comSongfacts Podcast Spotify Playlisthttps://open.spotify.com/playlist/3IThMW5yB8XnFh5cS2gTxR?si=KAhiqWRcSIy5uxb2sZPFTAThis show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.

Songfacts Podcast
The Heavy Hours

Songfacts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 38:27


The Heavy Hours are on a roll. Recently, they've written with Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys, recorded an EP in upstate New York with Simone Felice (who also produced Lumineers and Avett Brothers albums) and opened for St. Paul and The Broken Bones. Today on the show, I catch up with Jonathan Moon (bass), Michael Marcagi (lead vocals) and AJ Yorio (guitar) to talk about all of that and get the scoop on their latest EP, Wildfire. We also find out what it was like doing an RV tour during a pandemic.This Cincinnati band is finding their groove as songwriters and enjoying every minute of it along the way.https://theheavyhours.com/https://www.songfacts.com/https://www.facebook.com/songfactshttps://twitter.com/Songfactshttp://pantheonpodcasts.com/https://twitter.com/pantheonpodsHosted and Edited by Corey O'Flanaganhttps://twitter.com/ofe1818https://www.instagram.com/coreyofe/corey@songfacts.comSongfacts Podcast Spotify Playlisthttps://open.spotify.com/playlist/3IThMW5yB8XnFh5cS2gTxR?si=KAhiqWRcSIy5uxb2sZPFTAThis show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.

On the Guest List...
On the Guest List... with Wayne Jetski & The Heavy Hours

On the Guest List...

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 123:13


We have two amazing interviews this week: We welcome on Barstool Sports' very own Wayne Jetski to talk about his new record "Wayne's World", which recently charted on iTunes independently (15:20). We talk about his release strategy, what he's been listening to, and the Barstool difference. We also welcome on The Heavy Hours for our pick of the week (147:30). We talk about Ohio, Dan Auerbach from the Black Keys, and their new EP "Wildifre".We also have On/Off the list, WTF We've been listening to, and so much more. LISTEN & SUBSCRIBE!

WTTS In Conversation
Dan Auerbach

WTTS In Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 14:45


Black Keys frontman Dan Auerbach joined Laura Duncan in the summer of 2015 while Black Keys were on hiatus to talk about his side project “The Arcs” ahead of their only full-length release “Yours, Dreamily.” Laura asked about the difference between producing for his own projects versus other artists, and was surprised by an impromptu second interview with fellow collaborator and bandmate, the late Richard Swift.

Song Sung New. Uncovering Cover Versions.

What was the original title of Running Up That Hill? Train In Vain is not about locomotives, so why it "train" in the title? What car did Janis Joplin drive (hint: it's not a Merc). Join Stevie Nix as he answers all of these questions and more on this episode that deals with songs that cover all modes of transport - from walking to flying.WARNING: This episode contains traces of The Partridge Family.Featured songs [in chronological order]:Running Up That Hill [Rosalie James, Placebo]Band On The Run [Richie Havens]Walk This Way [Scary Pockets ft Judith Hill]Walk Like An Egyptian [Puppini Sisters]Little Red Corvette [Jeanne Added]Mercedes Benz [G-Eazy]Thunder Road [Badly Drawn Boy]We Gotta Get Out Of This Place [The Partridge Family, Dan Auerbach]Big Yellow Taxi [Amanda Palmer]Magic Bus [The Pudding, Paul Weller]Train In Vain [Annie Lennox, Garbage]Back In The USSR [Liz Green]Big Jet Plane [Daniela Andrade, Tuka]America [First Aid Kit, David Bowie]I Ran [Mama Ghost]20 Songs That Have Things Covered #14Join Stevie on Spotifywww.songsungnew.com

Difficult Artist
Patrick Carney

Difficult Artist

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 43:57


Patrick Carney and Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys first knew each other as two kids in their Akron, Ohio neighborhood who got beaten up by the same bully. How did that relationship turn into one of the most enduring and productive of the modern rock era? Lizzy and Patrick get into it all – the highs and lows of being in a band with one other person, the value of unabashedly trying, and the importance of shutting the f**k up in the studio, a lesson Patrick first learned from Danger Mouse. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Radical with Nick Terzo
40. Robert Finley

The Radical with Nick Terzo

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 63:47


Think it's too late in life to follow your creative dreams? Then let Robert Finley show you how it's done. Over six decades as a student, a soldier, a carpenter, and a family man, he made sure the blues remained a part of the fabric of his life. But when he was forced to retire due to failing eyesight, Robert decided that it was time to take his music seriously. An impromptu jam session led Robert to a deal with Fat Possum Records, and the beginning of his new career as a recording star at sixty-one years of age. Join Nick as Robert reminisces about his amazing life and the lessons learned along the way, a life that has taken him from rural Louisiana, to touring the world with legendary session musicians, to the upcoming release of his new album "Sharecropper's Son".   HIGHLIGHTS:   [02:01] Robert looks back on the low budget recording of his first album in 1999 [03:10] Robert was born and raised in northern Louisiana, the heartland of the Southern blues [04:32] Robert credits his religious upbringing for giving him an open mind about faith and how it applies to the everyday world [09:12] When he was a boy, Robert used the money his father gave him for shoes to buy a guitar [11:55] As a 10 year old kid, Robert was routinely exposed to loud blues music from the juke joint across the street from his church [13:46] Robert has always been able to use the Bible to justify being his own person and not following the crowd [16:54] Losing his father at 17 drove Robert to joining the Army, despite losing many friends to the Vietnam war [21:11] Robert has friends who were there with him from the early days, but he's learned that some people become haters when you make it in life [22:42] Robert's musical talent was constantly being rewarded during his military career [31:18] In 2015 Robert realized he was losing his sight, but even after being diagnosed with glaucoma he persevered [32:21] When Robert got out of the military, he started a gospel group with his mother that performed live on the radio [35:18] Robert's dad was a carpenter who built the house he grew up in back in the 1950s, a house where Robert's daughter and grandson are living now [36:53] After his second marriage ended, Robert found he could travel about the country easier because he only had to look out for himself [39:27] Gathering a crowd during a jam session in Arkansas in 2015, Robert wound up playing a 12 hour set for appreciative crowds [48:55] Tim Duffy of Music Maker Relief Foundation saw Robert performing, and after recording some of his songs, introduced him to the people at Fat Possum Records [50:37] While Robert was recording "Age Don't Mean A Thing", his first record with Fat Possum, he was attending a school for the blind, to learn how to work with his diminishing eyesight [51:35] After fellow label mate Dan Auerbach got Robert to sing on his musical book project, Auerbach decided to record and produce Robert's second album "Goin' Platinum!" in three days [56:46] The session players who worked with Robert on "Goin' Platinum" had such a great time in the studio, they came out of retirement to go on tour with him   Follow our social media channels for last-minute announcements and guest reveals @theradicalpod on Instagram and Facebook. Find out more about today's guest, Robert Finley. Find out more about your host, Nick Terzo   MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: @FatPossum @theblackkeys @danauerbach @musicmakerblues [Tim Duffy's foundation, the guy who saw Robert at his jam in Arkansas] @ArethaFranklin @algreen @JimBeam    

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Rock's Backpages Ep.100: Celebrating 100 episodes + The Black Keys + Donald Fagen audio

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2021 66:06


In this episode we depart from our normal format in order to celebrate the milestone that is our 100th episode. Barney, Mark & Jasper look back over highlights of the previous 99 "shows", listening to amusing clips from interviews with Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, Neil Tennant, Amy Linden, Bernard Fowler, James Fox, Stewart Lee, Caroline Boucher, Loyd Grossman and John Harris. Along the way they relive the podcast's inception and evolution — and the crucial importance of Mark Pringle's inimitable laugh.The podcast's "power trio" wish a happy 80th birthday to contributor Keith Altham, express their deep appreciation for his support over the past 20 years, and discuss three of his 450 pieces on RBP. They also talk a bit about the Black Keys, R. L Burnside & the North Mississippi hill country blues sound that inspired the Keys' new Delta Kream album. Clips from a 1991 audio interview with Donald Fagen prompt conversation about The Nightfly, the Rock & Soul Revue, and the all-round greatness of Steely Dan.Finally, Mark regales us with quotes from new library pieces about the Velvets & the Mothers live, the Bee Gees' Barry Gibb and Cameo's Larry Blackmon. Jasper talks us out with remarks on Coldplay live and Lil Jon.Many thanks to all our guests, contributors and listeners for joining us for one hundred episodes.The Rock's Backpages podcast is part of the Pantheon podcast network.Pieces and episodes discussed: Episode 1, Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, Neil Tennant, Amy Linden, Bernard Fowler, James Fox, Stewart Lee, Caroline Boucher, Barbara Charone, Loyd Grossman, John Harris, Keith Altham at 80, Monterey Pop, Marc Bolan, The Beatles, North Mississippi Hill Country Blues, R. L. Burnside and Junior Kimbrough, Billy Gibbons and Dan Auerbach, Donald Fagen audio, the Velvet Underground & the Mothers of Invention, Barry Gibb, Miles Davis, Cameo, Public Enemy, Coldplay, Lil Jon, Junglepussy, Christina Aguilera and Keith Altham.

Rock's Backpages
E100: Celebrating 100 episodes + The Black Keys + Donald Fagen audio

Rock's Backpages

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 66:06


In this episode we depart from our normal format in order to celebrate the milestone that is our 100th episode. Barney, Mark & Jasper look back over highlights of the previous 99 "shows", listening to amusing clips from interviews with Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, Neil Tennant, Amy Linden, Bernard Fowler, James Fox, Stewart Lee, Caroline Boucher, Loyd Grossman and John Harris. Along the way they relive the podcast's inception and evolution — and the crucial importance of Mark Pringle's inimitable laugh.The podcast's "power trio" wish a happy 80th birthday to contributor Keith Altham, express their deep appreciation for his support over the past 20 years, and discuss three of his 450 pieces on RBP. They also talk a bit about the Black Keys, R. L Burnside & the North Mississippi hill country blues sound that inspired the Keys' new Delta Kream album. Clips from a 1991 audio interview with Donald Fagen prompt conversation about The Nightfly, the Rock & Soul Revue, and the all-round greatness of Steely Dan.Finally, Mark regales us with quotes from new library pieces about the Velvets & the Mothers live, the Bee Gees' Barry Gibb and Cameo's Larry Blackmon. Jasper talks us out with remarks on Coldplay live and Lil Jon.Many thanks to all our guests, contributors and listeners for joining us for one hundred episodes.The Rock's Backpages podcast is part of the Pantheon podcast network. Pieces and episodes discussed: Episode 1, Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, Neil Tennant, Amy Linden, Bernard Fowler, James Fox, Stewart Lee, Caroline Boucher, Barbara Charone, Loyd Grossman, John Harris, Keith Altham at 80, Monterey Pop, Marc Bolan, The Beatles, North Mississippi Hill Country Blues, R. L. Burnside and Junior Kimbrough, Billy Gibbons and Dan Auerbach, Donald Fagen audio, the Velvet Underground & the Mothers of Invention, Barry Gibb, Miles Davis, Cameo, Public Enemy, Coldplay, Lil Jon, Junglepussy, Christina Aguilera and Keith Altham.

Next Simple Step
Lessons from a Singer-songwriter on Living a Creative Life

Next Simple Step

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2021 17:20


In this Creative Conversation with Bryan Simpson, we discuss how to follow-up creative success and maintain creativity as a mindset and lifestyle. Simpson has made records with Grammy winners including Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys and legendary bluegrass singer Ricky Saggs, toured with Mumford and Sons, and has written several chart toppers including Blake Shelton's “A Guy with a Girl” and “I'll Just Hold On, Joe Nichols' “Yeah”, and Tim McGraw's “Better Than I Used to Be”.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Deeper Digs in Rock: Marcus King

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2020 48:33


Christian Swain, THE Rock N Roll Archaeologist, celebrates show 100 with hot new singer/guitarist Marcus King!  First, Christian thanks all who have helped him get to 100 and remind everyone who has been on the show. We find out the real secret sauces that make DDIR what it is and what is the real mission!  And then it is a short interview from the road with Marcus.A 23-year-old guitar phenom and innovative songwriter, Marcus King can simultaneously switch from swaggering rock to supersonic soul – with his vocal powers taking center stage on debut solo record El Dorado, out now. The album is a Dan Auerbach produced, genre-bending release from a world-class young talent, that will establish him as one of the most soulful voices of his generation.Marcus started learning guitar at age three or four. He has played professionally since he was 11 and always knew he wanted to make music his life. A fourth-generation musician, Marcus has followed in his family's footsteps. His grandfather was a country guitarist, and his father continues to perform live. The Marcus King Band founded in Greenville, South Carolina in 2013, is his tight knit group. Drummer Jack Ryan, bass player Stephen Campbell, trumpeter/trombonist Justin Johnson, sax/steel guitarist Dean Mitchell along with Marcus—bring an irreplaceable combination of commitment, craft and soul to their work and are one of the hardest working bands today. They have played 140 shows in the last year and sold out countless venues, including Brooklyn Bowl three nights in a row and Marcus' namesake festival, The Marcus King Band Family Reunion. This year, the festival featured acts such as Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, Yonder Mountain String Band, Josh Ritter, Amanda Shires, and many more. From the start, Marcus earned rave reviews for his kinetic musicianship with The Washington Post describing him as a “guitar phenom” at age 20. Carolina Confessions, helmed by GRAMMY-Award winning producer Dave Cobb (Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson), topped the Americana radio charts and received critical acclaim from the likes of VICE Noisey, NPR and Rolling Stone, who described him as an “electrifying rock performer.” Marcus also recently embarked on a string of dates with Chris Stapleton, who called him “one of his favorite artists” when he recently joined him onstage. Marcus King continues to re-write his fast moving and surprising story. You can hear change in the wisdom of his lyrics and deeply soulful vocals, bringing sheer musical command to every performance. https://marcuskingband.com/https://open.spotify.com/artist/0FeWKiZSwBRdGzqeCdlH1a?si=o838JW_fQY2UES8jlTTVCghttps://open.spotify.com/artist/0tgaHqkU1p7QhBUIzKXVU9?si=lL-Qu8vvQZO3gGvh3aL1lQ