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40 Watt Podcast
S3E1 - What do we expect out of 2023? w/ Steve Rowe

40 Watt Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 67:32


Steve is half of the podcasting/YouTube duo that make up 60 Cycle Hum. In this episode we talk about what we expect out of 2023 gear wise as a whole and personally. Find Steve and 60 Cycle Hum on:Internet: https://60cyclehumcast.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/60cyclehum/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/60cyclehumcast/Support the show at: https://www.patreon.com/40wattpodcast/​Find guitar lessons on TrueFire (remember to use code 40WATT): https://bit.ly/3t0v1ZdFind all of the podcast links at:https://www.linktr.ee/40wattpodcasthttps://www.40wattpodcast.com/40 Watt Merchandise: https://40-watt-merch.creator-spring.com/Reverb Affiliate link: https://reverb.grsm.io/phillipcarter5480StringJoy Affiliate link: https://stringjoy.com/partner/fortywatt/Subscribe to the channel and give a like – also find us in audio format wherever you listen to podcasts and leave us a review and share us with your friends.TrueFire Affiliate LInkLearn. Practice. Play. - with TrueFire! You can use code 40WATT at checkout to receive 40% off your first or next TrueFire purchase. Patreon SupportYou can support the podcast by going to our Patreon page and becoming a supporter for as little as $5/month. Thank you for your support!Support the show

The Clydesdale, Fitness & Friends
Top 5 Guitarists with John Wooley (Make WODS Great Again) - Clydesdale Media Music Podcast

The Clydesdale, Fitness & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 75:40


We welcome John Wooley who is a guitarist himself, to count down the top 5 guitarists of all time. Coming soon Spotify Playlist of the Choices. Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/79gsaDCCuxb2jW3njgZryI?si=8b2c13ee182c40dd

Chasing Tone - Guitar Podcast About Gear, Effects, Amps and Tone
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Chasing Tone - Guitar Podcast About Gear, Effects, Amps and Tone

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 49:47


Blake and Richard are back for an all-new episode of the Chasing Tone Podcast - I'm sure someone is missing here...Brian is feeling a little under the weather (to put it mildly) so Blake and Richard try and persevere whilst hoping the Indiana goat overlord recovers quickly. There will be much silliness. There will also be some sadness and very raw emotions as the guys react to the news that Jeff Beck passed away just hours prior to recording this show.  Richard may say a few minor swears too - fair warning issued.  Blake has got a new Amp in a Pedal and he is blown away by it, and tells us all about it in glorious detail.  Somehow this turns into a conversation about back massages and soldering irons. Richard has noticed a raise in the price of a guitar he purchased for someone and it has excited him - has he finally bought something that will go up in value ?  Richard has overdosed on UAP videos and it mixed with the hallucinations his illness brought on and tells us about it before salivating over the new Fender gold foil pickup equipped guitars.  He also comes up with a new Mandela effect suggestion and blows his own mind. It wasn't difficult. Then the guys chat about Henning's Gear Island and speculate on what's next... Lord of the Hennings, Spray Free, Never sell anything, Web-bore talk, Men In Black, The most awkward credits roll ever..it's all in this week's Chasing Tone!We are on Patreon now too!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chasingtonepodcast)Awesome Merch and DIY mods:https://modyourownpedal.com/collections/booksFind us at:https://www.wamplerpedals.com/https://www.instagram.com/WamplerPedals/https://www.facebook.com/groups/wamplerfanpage/Youtube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdVrg4Wl3vjIxonABn6RfWwContact us at: podcast@wamplerpedals.comSupport the show

Don't Make Me Come Back There
Leave the Fender Benders in the Past

Don't Make Me Come Back There

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 45:50


Dustin and Mel are back and SMOGing in the Frontseat to talk about the dangers of making too much or too little out of a situation, how not a lot is expected out of dads, and why Joel may be just too chill to learn how to drive. PLUS...Backseater emails! Order Dustin's book: How to Be Married (To Melissa) today! Check out our Patreon page! Head to https://www.patreon.com/DustinNickerson for exclusive bonus content and to help support the show. Want to be a part of the show? Shoot us a message to dontmakemecomebackthere@gmail.com and get your very own horrible parenting/relationship advice.

Guitar Nerds
Kauffmann Guitars & The Silktone Micronaut!

Guitar Nerds

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 68:52


Well, hello there, dear listener!This is episode 3 in the 4th season of Guitar Nerds. This week, Matt and I are discussing Telecasters not made by Fender, the wonderful Kauffmann Guitar Shop in The Netherlands, the amazing amp/drive pedal/preamp Micronaut by Silktone, Matt's favourite Seymour Duncan pickups, and of course, our topic of the week, provided by Chris Franklin.AND you get 10% off ALL Izotope suites and plugins with discount code: NERDS10 - visit izotope.com to check out their massive range of mixing, mastering, instruments and effects plugins. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Tone Jerks Podcast
Episode 265: Sick and Twisted

The Tone Jerks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 76:25


Sorry we were late on this one. Brian got down with the sickness. But we made it!   We chat bout how Kyle Likes big pedals and he cannot lie, Brian's gig opening for Guttermouth, IEM set ups, how Fender should focus more on amps and less on pedals, and more!   You can help support the show on our PATREON for as little as $1 a month! Double down to bump it to $2 a month and you'll get an extra episode every week!   Join the fun on our Facebook group!   Follow us on the fuckin' Gram!   Subscribe to our YouTube Channel for the video version of the show, demos, vlogs, and more!   We have shirts available at The Jerk Store!   Check out our old band Plane Without a Pilot   Hosted by Brian Gower and Kyle McIntyre

Rig Doctor Podcast: Tone Tips, Pedalboard Tricks, & Easy DIY Hacks

Episode 40: Pedalboard Maintenance //SPONSORS// Gear Exchange (Sweetwater) - https://sweetwater.com/used The Guitar Sanctuary - https://theguitarsanctuary.com Mono - https://monocreators.com/chairmen (use code "chairmen" for 10% off) Pedal Genie - https://pedalgenie.com (use discount code "board" for 50% off your first month) Best-Tronics - https://btpa.com (use code "dachairs" for 10% off) Creation Music - https://creationmusiccompany.com (use code "chairmen15" for 15% off) //HOSTS// Grant Klassen (Goodwood Audio) - grant@goodwoodaudio.com Brian Omilion (Omilion Audio) - omilion@theguitarsanctuary.com Mason Marangella (Vertex Effects) - mason@vertexeffects.com //YOUTUBE// Watch COTB Podcast live: https://bit.ly/3VhbNea

Plantbased, Not Perfect
171. Tammy Fender, the OG Holistic Skincare Expert, on Living a Holistic Lifestyle and Tips to Naturally Slow Aging

Plantbased, Not Perfect

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 45:23


Today's podcast guest is Tammy Fender, known among beauty editors and celebrities - from Gwyneth Paltrow to Julianne Moore - as the holistic skin guru. Tammy shares her journey with us starting at a cosmetics counter and researching the labels and ingredients, to researching and finding the answers in plants and nature over 25 years ago. She then became an esthetician to better understand the skin to topically help her clients and address their needs in a natural yet effective way. We chat about: Tammy's intuitive relationship with holistic healing and plants from a very young age and wanting to help people. Becoming well known in Palm Beach while providing support for elective surgery patients with plantbased products. How psychology, mental wellbeing and stress impact your skin and how she treats each client from a holistic perspective. Tammy also shares what she eats in a day and her passions outside of skincare, as well as foods to avoid and add in for glowing skin, and tips to start living a more holistic lifestyle. We chat about her process of formulating new products and testing of products, her thoughts on more aggressive skincare treatments, current skincare trends and what we should all leave behind in 2023. Plus she shares natural ways to slow the aging process, her opinion on sunscreen use, saunas and so much more. Shop Tammy Fender with code PBNP15 for 15% off IG @tammyfender SPONSORS Ritual | 10% off your first 3 months at ritual.com/PBNP Thrive Causemetics | 15% off your first order at thrivecausemetics.com/PBNP Sprout Living Protein Powder | 20% off with PBNP20 at sproutliving.com

Tone-Talk.com
Ep. 131 - Amp Design Fender/EVH with Howard Kaplan!

Tone-Talk.com

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 117:32


Ep. 131 - Amp Design Fender/EVH with Howard Kaplan!

60 Cycle Hum: The Guitar Podcast!
Does Fender Deserve Gold Foils? Danelectro case, Payola Tele, Guitars and More!!!

60 Cycle Hum: The Guitar Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 65:45


Episode 462 is brought to you by... Stringjoy: https://stringjoy.com/partner/60cyclehum/ Big Ear Pedals: https://www.bigearpedals.com/ Chase Bliss Audio: https://www.chaseblissaudio.com/ Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/60CycleHumcast Want to send us mail? 60 Cycle Hum #615 9450 Mira Mesa Blvd. San Diego, CA 92126 Congrats to Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan on their Golden Globes wins 00:00 We're talking about the Fender Gold Foil guitars that were just announced 19:00 Danelectro Case 33:15 Ryan's been practicing with Dinosaur Ghost 44:25 Payola Tele 53:20 Guitars and More This week's song was from Trust Club and is called "Not Quite" ***************************** 60CH on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/60CycleHumcast Buy Something with our affiliate links: Buy a Shirt - https://teespring.com/stores/60-cycle-hum Sweetwater: https://imp.i114863.net/rMb1D zZounds: https://www.zzounds.com/a--3980929 Thomann: https://www.thomannmusic.com/thlpg_1a2l8gl9bs.html?offid=1&affid=405 Amazon: https://amzn.to/2PaUKKO Ebay: https://ebay.to/2UlIN6z Reverb: https://reverb.grsm.io/60cyclehum6164 Cool Patch Cables: https://www.tourgeardesigns.com/discount/60cyclehum +++++++++++++++++++++ Social Media Stuff: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/60cyclehum/ Discord: https://discord.gg/nNue5mPvZX Instagram and Twitter @60cyclehum TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@60cyclehum? Hire us for Demos and other marketing opportunities   https://60cyclehumcast.com/marketing-packages/ #60cyclehum #guitar #guitars #shameflute

The Dark Ride
Rock N' Roller Creeper 2 Starring Absinthe

The Dark Ride

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 55:04


This week on a second pass at shaking ass, we visit your favorite 70 year old Bostonian rockstars this side of the retirement home. That's right were gonna rock out with our …. Uh….. sun block out, cause I've seen what too much sun has done to ole Stevie Tyler and I want to keep my skin looking attached to my face. Today we face down Disney world's only upside down wonder, the roller coaster that sits inside of a 40 foot tall Fender guitar Its back in the saddle again, today as we revisit… Rock n Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith, but for how long, now that we know that Steven Tyler is a certified dirtbag??! Join us as we hop inside this limo, you know what, better make it a super stretch limo. Hurry up I wanna make sure I get to this epic outdoor concert without getting stuck in traffic on I -5. Will this giant guitar shred epic ballads over the airwaves, or will we end up thumbs out hitchhiking home after our 64 Chevy guzzled its last sip of gas? You gotta tune in to find out? Drunk Distory, The Dark Ride, Funny, Comedy, Comedians, Adult Disney Podcast, Adult Universal Podcast, Adult Themepark Podcast, Hollywood studios, MGM studios, , Magic Kingdom, Rides, History, booze, drinking, drinking game, Theme Park Podcast, Orlando, Amusement Park, Drinking Game Podcast, roller coaster, rollercoaster, aerosmith, rock and rollercoaster, rock and roll coaster

Get Offset
Fender Channels Teisco and Produce-Powered Pedals

Get Offset

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 56:48


This week, Emily and Joan talk about a surprise drop from Fender—the Gold Foil Jazzmaster (available in Shoreline Gold and Candy Apple Burst). It's a Teisco-inspired Jazzmaster that we're pretty wild about. We also discuss the Rainger FX Minibar and the new FloraVolt pedal by Mattoverse. The two then touch on a recent story in the news: John Fogerty of CCR reclaimed his publishing rights after 50 years. This is the man who was sued for sounding too much like himself. There also may be talk of the Gaye Estate suing people. Like the podcast? Support us on Patreon for some sweet perks! We have merch, including additions to our For Fuzz Sake lineup! Get some, get SOME. Support Get Offset by... Subscribing on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/getoffset Shopping on Sweetwater: https://imp.i114863.net/GetOffset Shopping at Perfect Circuit: https://link.perfectcircuit.com/t/v1/8-12626-262719-9759 Shopping on Reverb.com: https://reverb.grsm.io/getoffset7407 Shopping our Merch: https://getoffsetpodcast.com/shop/ Saving 7% on Your DistroKid Account for the First Year: http://distrokid.com/vip/getoffset --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/getoffset/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/getoffset/support

Guitar Radio Show
Guitar Radio Show Ep 341

Guitar Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 34:46


Primus Tracks
Sausage - Prelude to Fear

Primus Tracks

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 81:38


In this episode we begin our exploration of the Sausage record, Riddles Are Abound Tonight. 1994 saw Les Claypool reunite with Todd Huth and Jay Lane to publish some leftover tracks from the earliest Primus days. This is one of Soya's top records of all time, so he's along for the ride. We're also joined by Blas Perez, who models the bass parts and shares his relationship with this album.Find us on the socials:https://www.patreon.com/primustrackshttps://www.instagram.com/primustrackshttps://www.twitter.com/primustracksprimustrackspod@gmail.com

Rig Doctor Podcast: Tone Tips, Pedalboard Tricks, & Easy DIY Hacks

Episode 39: Pedalboard Red Flags //SPONSORS// Gear Exchange (Sweetwater) - https://sweetwater.com/used The Guitar Sanctuary - https://theguitarsanctuary.com Mono - https://monocreators.com/chairmen (use code "chairmen" for 10% off) Pedal Genie - https://pedalgenie.com (use discount code "board" for 50% off your first month) Best-Tronics - https://btpa.com (use code "dachairs" for 10% off) Creation Music - https://creationmusiccompany.com (use code "chairmen15" for 15% off) //HOSTS// Grant Klassen (Goodwood Audio) - grant@goodwoodaudio.com Brian Omilion (Omilion Audio) - omilion@theguitarsanctuary.com Mason Marangella (Vertex Effects) - mason@vertexeffects.com //YOUTUBE// Watch COTB Podcast live: https://bit.ly/3VhbNea

The Truth About Vintage Amps with Skip Simmons
Ep. 108: "Put a Pot Under It"

The Truth About Vintage Amps with Skip Simmons

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 93:45


Episode 108: It's like a best-of episode, but totally new! Pre-amps, typewriters, too many kitchen hacks, transformer talk, Jason reads the tubes wrong, and we even get a little artsy!  Some of the topics discussed this week:  2:53 Does Skip want to see your amps right now? See Skip at the January 14-15, 2023 Amigo Bay Area Guitar Show 4:59 A Tweed Pro with a variable inverse feedback control knob  5:45 Lee Jeffriess in the Fretboard Journal's 51st issue (link); check out Jeffriess and John Munnerlyn performing "Blues for Earl" 11:22 The December 31 TAVA Seattle meetup (thanks for organizing, @liquidnyo); YouTube's jgflyback shows off his tube-powered clock (shaky Instagram Live footage) 13:50 This week's sponsors: Grez Guitars has a new long-scale bass!; Amplified Parts (Hammond products are currently on sale!); Iztotope (use Fret10!); AND Stringjoy Strings. Plus...Josh Scott (JHS) is coming to TAVA, the TAVA El Pato-Tone Practice amp (Reverb link), and our Patreon page 20:56 The resonance of a fully loaded turret board; mounting components in a head vs. combo; goop 28:25 Microphonics in a tube amp (the good kind); David Lindley (support him via t-shirt sales here) 30:04 Why were so many power transformers changed in the '70s and '80s?; Spokane, Washington; Jason's favorite noodle place in Spokane, Washington (link); a very-modified Gibson Les Paul Junior with a cooling fan 36:03 Typewriter keyboards; '80s Scottish cop show, 'Taggart' 39:58 Should I change the transformer on my Bruce Zinky Fender Prosonic head? the effect of an output transformer on tone 45:46 What's the deal with the Fender Bantam bass amp?; the oven instead of the range; ham and bacon end pieces 50:39 Reincarnating a dead Peavey Deuce II; putting a Vox-style preamp circuit on an amp with 6L6s; cheese quesadilla hacks 54:06 Fixing the uneven distortion on my Dad's Gibson GA-9 56:53 Why isn't my 1967 Fender Twin Reverb as loud as my other Twin Reverb? 1:00:05 Arts & Humanities corner: The Albert Barnes collection of post-modern art, 'Art of the Steal,' (link); Skip goes to Harvard, again; RIP poet Charles Simic (read "Stub of a Red Pencil" here)   1:04:06 Chopped onion, chickpeas, and black beans sauteed in a pan 1:06:18 What would you do with my Bogen CHA-33 PA head? coffee-roasted carrots (link) 1:12:13 Changing the pre-amp tube (and speaker) in an Epiphone Model 101  1:19:47 What to do with this 1953 Revere T-100 reel-to-reel?  1:31:48 Skip likes the new Fretboard Journal (issue 51, link)  Recorded January 10, 2023.  Support us on Patreon.com for added content and the occasional surprise and don't forget to get a subscription to the Fretboard Journal (link). Digital subscriptions start at just $30. There's a giant index page with nearly all the former topics we've discussed in our first 107 episodes found here.  Submit your amp questions, recipes and life hacks to the podcast via podcast@fretboardjournal.com and don't forget to share the show with friends on social media. 

Rig Rundowns
Blu DeTiger

Rig Rundowns

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 19:04


Swarms of musicians and guitarists have found social media's current 60-second attention span inspirational and fruitful. But what happens after that first minute? Well, for TikTok bass tycoon Blu DeTiger, you become a shooting star. However, her story isn't that sudden or serendipitous. She's been working towards the spotlight since she first picked up the bass to jam with her drummer brother, Rex, at age 7.“He was playing drums and I wanted to play an instrument,” recalls DeTiger. “As a girl, I thought guitar was ‘mainstream' because I saw that everywhere and thought bass was rare and it would be more unique to play. I fell in love with it and my passion took over.”Further fanning her musical flame, she joined School of Rock and performed semester-ending concerts covering Zeppelin, Bowie, Prince, the Stones, and others. She collaborated and performed with Chromeo and Jack Antonoff's Bleachers. Inspired by horn-playing DJs, she even toted her bass to DJ gigs, where she laid down the funkiest lines she could muscle out over the top of her playlists.“I saw people playing saxophone or trumpet over songs they were DJ-ing and I had really never seen bass used in that context. Bass is fire and it should feel good in a club because of the low frequencies hitting you.” An added benefit of the symbiotic sets was elevating her improvisational skills.Then, the pandemic hit and DeTiger took to social media, finding a creative outlet on TikTok by adding dance-y flourishes and bouncy thunder to classic tracks. She earned a spot helping announce Fender's Player Plus P and scored a deal with ALT:VISION Records, releasing the How Did We Get Here? EP in early 2021. She's since graduated to being an UMG Recordings/Capitol Records artist and continues to embrace the snippet culture by churning out singles: “Blondes,” “Blutooth,” “enough 4 u,” “Crash Course,” and “Hot Crush Lover.” Yeah, you might only see 60 seconds of her talent before the algorithm pushes you by, but she's put in years of sweat to get this far. What's the plan going forward? To throw one helluva party, of course!Ahead of her headlining set at Nashville's Basement East, the booming bass star jumped at the chance to give her eager fans what they've been asking for—a Rig Rundown. In the chat with PG's Chris Kies, she covers why she saw the bass as an underdog, how a Jazz tops a P bass, and explains the reason behind not going through her “crazy pedal phase” yet.Brought to you by D'Addario XS Strings.

Rig Doctor Podcast: Tone Tips, Pedalboard Tricks, & Easy DIY Hacks

Episode 38: Are Guitar Players Addicted to Hype? //SPONSORS// Gear Exchange (Sweetwater) - https://sweetwater.com/used The Guitar Sanctuary - https://theguitarsanctuary.com Mono - https://monocreators.com/chairmen (use code "chairmen" for 10% off) Pedal Genie - https://pedalgenie.com (use discount code "board" for 50% off your first month) Best-Tronics - https://btpa.com (use code "dachairs" for 10% off) Creation Music - https://creationmusiccompany.com (use code "chairmen15" for 15% off) //HOSTS// Grant Klassen (Goodwood Audio) - grant@goodwoodaudio.com Brian Omilion (Omilion Audio) - omilion@theguitarsanctuary.com Mason Marangella (Vertex Effects) - mason@vertexeffects.com //YOUTUBE// Watch COTB Podcast live: https://bit.ly/3VhbNea

Fact Around & Find Out
Ep 25 Inventions That Changed Music

Fact Around & Find Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 75:42


From the phonograph to autotune, innovators have always pushed the boundaries of what we can do with both live & recorded music. On this episode we explore just that & the people who made it possible.

Have Guitar Will Travel Podcast
082 - Drew Holcomb, Foy Vance and Christophe Paubert

Have Guitar Will Travel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023


082 - Drew Holcomb, Foy Vance and Christophe PaubertIn the latest episode of “Have Guitar Will Travel,” host James Patrick Regan connects with three artists – two musicans and a winemaker! Drew Holcomb talks about growing up in Memphis and his first guitar, an Ovation he played throughout his youth. A country-music performer, Drew has written songs heard on movie and TV soundtracks. On the road with his band, he hunts for guitars at pawn shops. Then, James talks to Foy Vance, a singer/songwriter from Scotland by way of Ireland. A Lowden player, he has worked at high-profile studios including Blackbird, Muscle Shoals, and Sun. The show closes with winemaker Christophe Paubert, who delves into the varieties offered at Stags Leap Winery. Music is hugely important in Christophe's life, and he shares thoughts on the bands he most wanted to see at last year's BottleRock Festival. Please like, comment, and share this podcast! Download Link

El sótano
El Sótano - The Basement Club con Lux y Ivy - 03/01/23

El sótano

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 60:55


Abrimos por vacaciones The Basement Club, un acogedor tugurio subterráneo desde el que te ofrecemos una sesión sin palabras ni interrupciones, con canciones seleccionadas entre las favoritas Lux Interior y Poison Ivy de los Cramps. Playlist; (sintonía) THE GAMBLERS “LSD 25” THE ORIGINAL STARFIRES “Fender bender” MAD MIKE and THE MANIACS “The Hutch” JOE KLAY “Did you mean Jellybean” THE VOCALEERS “Cootie snap” SPARKLE MOORE “Tiger” MAC REBENNACK “Storm warning” RONNIE SELF “Bop a lena” BILLY LEE RILEY “Flyin’ saucers rock’n’roll” JOHNNY HONEYCUT “Blue song of love” CHARLIE FEATHERS “Certain female” RUDY THACKER and THE STRINGBUSTERS “Black train” JOHN and JACKIE “Little girl” THE STRIKES “If you can’t rock me” AMERICAN TEENS “Shake shake baby” BUDDY MILLER “Teen twist” LEE CHANDLER AND THE BLUE RHYTHMS “Tree top” THE TIDES “Midnight limbo” HOMER DENNISON JR. “March slav boogie” THE TOKENS “Bwanina (pretty girl)” BETTY SMITH and THE RHYTHM MASTERS “Yeah baby” RONNIE KAE “Drums fell of the Cliff” STACY BENGAL and HIS SIX OUTFIELDERS “I come to demolish Cleveland” THE TEMPESTS “Rockin’ Rochester USA” ROGER and THE TEMPESTS “Bad bad way” JACK CONSTANZO “The catwalk” GANIMIAN and HIS ORIENTALS “My funny valentine” Escuchar audio

Rig Doctor Podcast: Tone Tips, Pedalboard Tricks, & Easy DIY Hacks
Should Guitar Companies Be Making Pedals?

Rig Doctor Podcast: Tone Tips, Pedalboard Tricks, & Easy DIY Hacks

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 76:31 Very Popular


Episode 37: Should Guitar Companies Be Making Pedals? //SPONSORS// Gear Exchange (Sweetwater) - https://sweetwater.com/used The Guitar Sanctuary - https://theguitarsanctuary.com Mono - https://monocreators.com/chairmen (use code "chairmen" for 10% off) Pedal Genie - https://pedalgenie.com (use discount code "board" for 50% off your first month) Best-Tronics - https://btpa.com (use code "dachairs" for 10% off) Creation Music - https://creationmusiccompany.com (use code "chairmen15" for 15% off) //HOSTS// Grant Klassen (Goodwood Audio) - grant@goodwoodaudio.com Brian Omilion (Omilion Audio) - omilion@theguitarsanctuary.com Mason Marangella (Vertex Effects) - mason@vertexeffects.com //YOUTUBE// Watch COTB Podcast live: https://bit.ly/3VhbNea

Arroe Collins
Classic Rock Report David Gilmour March 23 2016

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 1:07


Tonight on iHeart Radio. The Icon Series puts focus on David's new album and past adventures. Its an in depth look and listen to one of music's most creative minds. David Crosby says he's shocked that Fender has erected a monument in his honor.

Wachtelligence
S2, Episode 16: Cliff Goodwin: Serving The Song In Big Stadiums and Smaller Theaters

Wachtelligence

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 73:21


Season 2, Episode 16, AJ chats with guitarist Cliff Goodwin. From Worcester, Massachusetts, Cliff was one of the first members of the Jon Butcher Axis, before making his name as being Joe Cocker's Musical Director and Band Leader for over 12 years. An absolute musical experience, taking him around the world and on to some of the biggest stages with an iconic Musical Legend. As a session musician some of his studio work includes Robert Palmer's biggest hit, “Bad Case of Loving You”. A true music legend right here from Wormtown. Enjoy the chat.

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
Lisa Gates – Someone's Burdens Shouldn't Be Yours

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 35:58


BIO: Lisa Gates is a leadership coach and career story sleuth who helps women strategically self-advocate so they are seen, heard, valued, and paid.STORY: Lisa's husband got a 65 Mustang as payment for an $800 debt. They spent over $14,000 to repair the car and sold it for just $7,000.LEARNING: Don't invest in something you don't naturally value or have an interest in. Don't let other people's problems be yours. “It's never about the other person, even when it is.”Lisa Gates Guest profileLisa Gates is a leadership coach and career story sleuth who helps women strategically self-advocate so they are seen, heard, valued, and paid.By building core narratives for every career context, from interviewing to networking to promotion, Lisa helps women capture the stories that demonstrate impact in action to break through the barriers of invisibility and exclusion.With a career that spans from marketing and public relations to writing and acting, Lisa has become an expert at interviewing, pitching, negotiating, and storytelling.Previously, she co-founded She Negotiates, an internationally recognized consulting and training firm, where she helped hundreds of women close their wage and leadership gaps. Her work has appeared on NPR, CNN, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, Glamour, and elsewhere.Worst investment everSomeone owed Lisa's husband about $800, which was a lot of money back then. One day her husband came home and said he'd got paid. Well, not in cash. The person had given Lisa's husband a 65 Mustang. The car was a collector's dream, but it needed an engine, a paint job, a Fender, a headliner, carpeting, and new upholstery.Lisa's husband believed he could sell the car for $20,000. Lisa was livid because they needed the money owed, and the only way they could make any money from selling the car was if they made all the repairs necessary.Lisa's father-in-law died and left a small inheritance of about $17,000. They spent about $14,000 from the inheritance to repair the car. It was beautiful by the end of the repairs. Just after picking up the car, the couple was driving home when Lisa ran into the back of another vehicle and crunched the front end. Now they had to do some more repairs and spend more money. They finally sold that car for $7,000.Lessons learnedIf it isn't something you naturally value or are interested in, don't invest in it.Whatever you invest in has to fit your priorities and what you're up to in your life.Andrew's takeawaysAsk yourself, knowing what you know about this person right now, if you weren't in this relationship and this person walked up to you and wanted to start this relationship, would you start it? If the answer is no, then you've got some decisions to make. If the answer is yes, double down and bring more value to that relationship.When somebody's having a problem or dealing with their burden, that burden or problem doesn't have to be yours, and you don't have to accept it.Actionable adviceGrow your emotional intelligence by learning to ask questions before responding or saying yes.Lisa's recommendationsLisa recommends her various LinkedIn courses for conflict resolution and negotiation:Coaching for Results

The Truth About Vintage Amps with Skip Simmons
Ep. 107: "Nip It In the Bud"

The Truth About Vintage Amps with Skip Simmons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 58:51 Very Popular


Episode 107: The genius of Garnet founder "Gar Gillies," Fender reverb controls, fixing Magnatones, and more.  **Want to meet Skip? He'll be at the January 14-15, 2023 Amigo Bay Area Guitar Show with stuff to sell (and also picking up amps that need to be serviced).**  Some of the topics discussed this week:  3:00 Deluxe Amplification's El Pato Tone Amp (Reverb link)  7:19 El Pato, cottage cheese with salsa, Sacramento's music instrument lending library "MusicLandria" (link) 11:09 Silverface Champs: Change just the tone stock or also increase the value of the plate resistors, the Garnet book (link) 17:23 Speaker load revisited 21:25 A 12AU7 instead of a 12AT7 in a Princeton Reverb; gochujang Korean pepper paste, kimchi 26:45 Fender reverb unit controls, explained; hybrid Vox 7-series amps; the Aclam Dr. Robert pedal (link); impedance redux; the life of a vacuum tube 34:45 What's oozing out of Magnatone M-9's wires? 42:29 Why does my Pepco (Garnet! Canada!) amp use two 6AV6 tubes and only half a 12AX7, instead of a whole 12AX7 and a 6AV6? 46:18 Vintage bass amps for actual bass players? 56:01 16 or 18-gauge zip cord for speaker wire? heat shrink for splicing  This week's episode is sponsored by Calton Cases, Amplified Parts and Grez Guitars. You can also use the discount code FRET10 to save 10% off your Izotope purchase. Support us on Patreon.com for added content and the occasional surprise and don't forget to get a subscription to the Fretboard Journal (link). Digital subscriptions start at just $30. There's a giant index page for nearly all the former topics we've discussed in our first 100 episodes found here.  Submit your amp questions, recipes and life hacks to the podcast via podcast@fretboardjournal.com and don't forget to share the show with friends on social media. 

Rig Doctor Podcast: Tone Tips, Pedalboard Tricks, & Easy DIY Hacks
The Future of Effects Pedals

Rig Doctor Podcast: Tone Tips, Pedalboard Tricks, & Easy DIY Hacks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 72:57 Very Popular


Episode 36: The Future of Effects Pedals //SPONSORS// Gear Exchange (Sweetwater) - https://sweetwater.com/used The Guitar Sanctuary - https://theguitarsanctuary.com Mono - https://monocreators.com/chairmen (use code "chairmen" for 10% off) Pedal Genie - https://pedalgenie.com (use discount code "board" for 50% off your first month) Best-Tronics - https://btpa.com (use code "dachairs" for 10% off) Creation Music - https://creationmusiccompany.com (use code "chairmen15" for 15% off) //HOSTS// Grant Klassen (Goodwood Audio) - grant@goodwoodaudio.com Brian Omilion (Omilion Audio) - omilion@theguitarsanctuary.com Mason Marangella (Vertex Effects) - mason@vertexeffects.com //YOUTUBE// Watch COTB Podcast live: https://bit.ly/3VhbNea

KYGPodcast
Can a company like Reverend or PRS Dethrone Gibson or Fender?

KYGPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 120:04 Very Popular


iTunes: https://smarturl.it/KYGitunesSpotify: https://smarturl.it/KYG-SpotifyYouTube: https://smarturl.it/KYGyoutubeiHeart Radio: https://smarturl.it/KYGiheartradioSupport the show

The Underground Sessions
Shelby Pollard From Black Bobbin

The Underground Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 90:12


The Jazzmaster Master...no wait that doesnt sound right... the Master of Jazzmasters? uh shit.... The Man who modifies and designs custom versions of the often overlooked Jazzmaster ( Want me to say master again? because his Jazzmasters have Mastery bridges on them...alright I'll stop now). Shelby Pollard from Black Bobbin is who I am referring too and if you don't know what Black Bobbin does I will fill you in. Black Bobbin curates limited versions of pedals and gear, they sell coffee, and you guessed it....they do a whole lot of Jazzmaster Stuff. You can give Shelby your Squier or Fender and he will turn it into an incredible instrument complete with a specially designed wiring harness and custom voiced Lollar Pickups or, if you're in a higher tax bracket than your boys here at The Underground Sessions (Which is not saying alot) , you can have a custom designed Black Bobbin JM (I'm abbreviating now deal with it) built in partnership with Iconic Guitars. Theres alot to talk about here but let the guy who runs the company tell you about it. The Jazzmaster Mast...nevermind.. If you liked this interview please hit the links below and follow/subscribe to us and Black Bobbin! (P.S Theres some pretty great videos we shot with shelby on our youtube page) Make sure to visit Shelby at Black Bobbin https://blackbobbin.com https://www.instagram.com/blackbobbin... THE UNDERGROUND SESSIONS SOCIALS: https://lnk.bio/The_Underground_Sessi... INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/the_undergr... --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/undergound-sessions/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/undergound-sessions/support

Guitar Stories - Your #1 show for everything guitar!
Secrets of Jackson's Master Builder (Ep. 88) feat. Pat Campolattano

Guitar Stories - Your #1 show for everything guitar!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 107:52


Many guitar building secrets are being revealed in episode 88 from Jackson's Principal Master Builder Pasquale “Pat” Campolattano. He joined Fender in late 2020 after having built a reputation for exquisit guitar creations with a Japanese company previously and has been bringing some of the wildest, prettiest and sexiest custom creations to life for Jackson, Charvel, and EVH ever since. We take a deep dive on the challenges of building high-end guitars from scratch and what secret methods he is using to make them play like butter, we discuss what innovations in the guitar realm are a must on a custom shop build, and lastly Pat reveals how his personal dream guitar would be spec'd. Get enthused about custom guitar building in this episode and enjoy the ride.

Brands In Action
Best of BIA - Joey Manfre / Fender

Brands In Action

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 50:14


Welcome to the Best of Brands in Action. Today we're replaying our most popular episode of 2022 with our guest Joey Manfre from Fender Guitars. Joey talks about keeping the flame alive to take one of America's most iconic brands into the future. Happy holidays everyone. 00:33 - Joey Intro01:45 - How did you get to Fender?05:51 - Being mission driven08:23 - Fender culture11:43 - Intimidation to start working for Fender13:23 - Response to "Guitar is Dead”18:35 - Influencers22:43 - Mission of Fender24:39 - How does Fender support artists33:07 - Genre stories in marketing communication37:48 - Fender Brand ID41:05 - New Fender guitar42:40 - Imitations44:11 - Tone of Voice46:21 - What knowledge would you take with you to former self47:31 - How can you find Fenderhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/joey-manfre-10218612/https://www.fender.com/en-US/starthttps://www.facebook.com/Fender/https://twitter.com/Fenderhttps://www.instagram.com/fender/https://www.youtube.com/user/fendermusical

Rig Rundowns
Butch Walker [2022]

Rig Rundowns

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 40:40


When you produce acts like Taylor Swift, Fall Out Boy, Panic at the Disco, Weezer, Green Day, Pink, Rayland Baxter, Keith Urban, and Harry Connick Jr., it's hard to find time for your own music. Yet in 2022, Butch Walker managed to release his 10th album, Butch Walker as … Glenn—a surprising tribute to the '70s piano-rock balladeers that were among the rulers of FM radio in his youth. Nonetheless, that didn't stop him from bringing a fleet of cool Fender and Gibson guitars, and a hemi of an amp, a Two-Rock Bloomfield Drive, on his recent It's About Damn Tour tour.For Walker, playing those guitars is something of a comeback celebration. In 2007, the house he was renting in Malibu from Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers caught fire and the Rome, Georgia, native lost the collection of classic axes he'd spent a lifetime accumulating, as well as the masters to every song of his own that he'd recorded. As Walker explains in the Rundown, it was a hard lesson about keeping up with insurance and making sure all his valuable instruments are covered—which they weren't.Today, he splits time in Nashville, where he's also built a new version of his RubyRed studio in the old Warner Music building, from the 1950s. As Walker said in a Facebook post. “There's been countless hits and amazing country and rock 'n' roll songs recorded here over the years. It smells a little funny. It's maybe haunted (hell, it was a morgue at one time). But I love it. It's got vibe for days, sounds incredible, and people dig working here.”So, dig into Walker's Rig Rundown, which we filmed in November at Nashville's Brooklyn Bowl.Brought to you by D'Addario XS Strings.

Gearhunks
Ep. 189 - Bring Your Own Djembe

Gearhunks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 88:32


Hi friends - who's ready for a rambling beefer?This week Dave and Hank got some new pedals and built some new rigs, dusted off some cobwebs on some old tunes, and even created hate rigs for each other!Also discussed: PTD Vintage, Mojotone partnering with Fender, Dumbles, Peavey tiger guitars, Bob Dylan apologies, Fender Fedoras, Hello Kitty Strats, Chaos Audio in space, and Rumble.Jazz Bass on a hat.

Rig Doctor Podcast: Tone Tips, Pedalboard Tricks, & Easy DIY Hacks
How Social Media Changed The Gear Industry

Rig Doctor Podcast: Tone Tips, Pedalboard Tricks, & Easy DIY Hacks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 74:01


Episode 35: How Social Media Changed The Gear Industry //SPONSORS// Gear Exchange (Sweetwater) - https://sweetwater.com/used The Guitar Sanctuary - https://theguitarsanctuary.com Mono - https://monocreators.com/chairmen (use code "chairmen" for 10% off) Pedal Genie - https://pedalgenie.com (use discount code "board" for 50% off your first month) Best-Tronics - https://btpa.com (use code "dachairs" for 10% off) Creation Music - https://creationmusiccompany.com (use code "chairmen15" for 15% off) //HOSTS// Grant Klassen (Goodwood Audio) - grant@goodwoodaudio.com Brian Omilion (Omilion Audio) - omilion@theguitarsanctuary.com Mason Marangella (Vertex Effects) - mason@vertexeffects.com //YOUTUBE// Watch COTB Podcast live: https://bit.ly/3VhbNea

The Nugget Climbing Podcast
EP 147: Alayna Joy — Coming out to 400k Subscribers, Queerness in Climbing, and Compulsory Heterosexuality

The Nugget Climbing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 125:48


Alayna Joy is a queer content creator and YouTuber, and newly obsessed climber. We talked about her journey of discovering she is gay, coming out publicly on her already-successful YouTube channel, how climbing has become an anchor for her, compulsory heterosexuality, questions we should ask ourselves, queerness in climbing, why our climbing progress slows down over time, and much more.Check out So Cards!socards.orgUse code “NUGGET” at checkout for 20% off your next order!Check out Athletic Greens!athleticgreens.com/NUGGETUse this link to get a free year's supply of vitamin D + 5 travel packs!Check out Rhino Skin Solutions!rhinoskinsolutions.comUse code “NUGGET” at checkout for 20% off your next order!Check out Grasshopper Climbing!grasshopperclimbing.cominstagram.com/grasshopperclimbingTell them I sent you to save $500 off a fully kitted out 8'x10' Grasshopper board!  We are supported by these amazing BIG GIVERS:Leo Franchi, Michael Roy, David Lahaie, Robert Freehill, Jeremiah Johnson, Scott Donahue, Eli Conlee, Skyler Maxwell, Craig Lee, Mark and Julie Calhoun, and Yinan LiuBecome a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes:  thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/alayna-joyNuggets:0:06:36 – Julio0:09:27 – Places that feel like home0:16:32 – Feeling like I already know Alayna from watching her channel, and parasocial relationships0:19:37 – Sharing her story to make others feel less alone0:21:39 – Starting her YouTube channel in high school, her first three videos, and hitting 800 subscribers0:27:30 – Working as a server during university, and getting her first YouTube brand deal0:31:38 – The phenomenon of being an introvert and a content creator0:34:39 – Bisexuality, and the first time Alayna came out0:37:54 – Being in a serious relationship with a man, and feeling disconnected from her queerness0:42:54 – Coming out to her partner as gay, and talking herself out of it0:46:25 – The constant little voice in her head convincing her she was happy0:48:08 – “The big oopsie”0:51:26 – Being afraid that she was playing into bisexual stereotypes by coming out as gay0:54:41 – Compulsory heterosexuality (comp het), and why it took Alayna so long to realize she was gay0:58:08 – Why Alayna thought she was demiromantic for most of her adult life1:00:19 – Seeing the world through new eyes1:05:16 – “I'm in therapy, and I'M TIRED!”1:06:05 – Alayna pays me a very nice compliment, and I talk about drawing people in and hoping they learn something that goes beyond rock climbing1:10:43 – I come out as not a lesbian, and Alayna asks everyone listening to ask themselves a question1:12:54 – “Climbing is gay.”1:18:36 – How climbing became an anchor for Alayna1:21:17 – Working on her relationship with climbing1:23:32 – Making quick progress as climbers early on, why our progress slows over time, and the magic of climbing1:32:01 – The stories our brains tell us1:34:36 – So Cards! (socards.org, use code NUGGET for 20% off)1:36:29 – So Cards question 1: “If you never had to worry about money, what's one goal that you would dedicate yourself to?”1:40:00 – So Cards question 2: “When you were a kid, what scared you about growing up?”1:46:05 – So Cards question 3: “What do you think people tend to take for granted in their relationships?”1:53:14 – You're not alone, and living your life as your most authentic self1:56:00 – Patron question from Wren: How was your experience finding a queer community within the larger climbing community, and do you have any tips for queer climbers finding these spaces?2:00:26 – Where to find Alayna on the internet

The Holmes Archive of Electronic Music

Episode 86 Merry Moog 2022 Vintage Holiday Music Performed on the Moog and other Synthesizers Playlist Frank Luther with Zora Layman, “Christmas Bells” from Christmas In Song (1939 Decca). This is the original 78 RPM release featuring a vocal quartet, bells, and music played on the Hammond Novachord. 0:38 Frank Luther with Zora Layman, “Christmas Day in the Morning” from Christmas In Song (1958 Vocalion). This is a reissue of the 1939 release featuring a vocal quartet, Zora Layman, bells, and music played on the Hammond Novachord. The stereo is simulated. There are some nice moments for the Novachord on this record. 3:12 Paul Tanner, “Holiday on Saturn” from Music for Heavenly Bodies (1958 Omega). This rare disc features Tanner playing the Electro-theremin, an imitation of the Theremin that was a box with an audio oscillator inside and a rotary dial to control the pitch. Tanner, a renown studio musician and trombone player, later provided the sound of the Electro-theremin on the Beach Boys hit Good Vibrations (1966). 4:16 Greg Lake, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, “I Believe In Father Christmas” from I Believe in Father Christmas (1995 Rhino). Produced by Keith Olsen; written by Greg Lake, Peter Sinfield; vocals, Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Greg Lake; Drums, Percussion, Carl Palmer; Hammond organ, Piano, Moog Synthesizer, Keith Emerson. This is the original version released in 1975 with a choir and Moog Modular. It differs significantly from the stripped-down mix, also included on this CD, originally appearing on Works Vol. 2 in 1977 and then later in 1994. Rhino Records was kind enough to package all of ELP's X-Mas related tunes onto a CD EP in 1995, from which this version comes. 3:34 Keith Emerson, “Troika (From Prokofiev's Lieutenant Kije Suite)” from The Christmas Album (1995 Rhino). This is the Prokofiev composition that Greg Lake adapted into “I Believe in Father Christmas.” Later on, Emerson released this interpretation of the Prokofiev piece on The Christmas Album” that appeared in the US in 1995. It doesn't appear on the original UK version in 1988. And again, this is taken from the nifty holiday CD EP also released in 1995 by Rhino. This album was made with instruments from Korg, Ensoniq, Alesis, and Opcode. 4:19 Jean Jacques Perrey and Sy Mann, “Jingle Bells” from Switched on Santa (1970 Pickwick). Moog Modular Synthesizer, Sy Mann; Moog Modular Synthesizer Programmed by, Jean-Jacques Perrey. 1:44 Douglas Leedy, “The Coventry Carol” from A Very Merry Electric Christmas to You (1970 Capitol). Moog Modular Synthesizer and Buchla Synthesizer. 4:46 Jean Jacques Perrey and Sy Mann, “Christmas Bells” from Switched on Santa (1970 Pickwick). Moog Modular Synthesizer, Sy Mann; Moog Modular Synthesizer Programmed by, Jean-Jacques Perrey. 1:52 Don Voegeli, “Chanukah” from Holiday & Seasonal Music (1977 EMI). Produced at the Electrosonic Studio of the University of Wisconsin-Extension. Don wrote the original synthesized version of the NPR “All Things Considered” theme. It was created in his Electronic Studio of the University of Wisconsin. He used a Moog Modular Synthesizer plus a Fender Rhodes, Polymoog, and ARP string synthesizer and 16-track recorder. 1:02 Joseph Byrd, “Christmas in the Morning” from A Christmas Yet to Come (1975 Takoma). ARP 2600 Synthesizer with an Oberheim Expander Module. 1:34 Douglas Leedy, “Good King Wenceslas” from A Very Merry Electric Christmas to You (1970 Capitol). Moog Modular Synthesizer and Buchla Synthesizer. Leedy was an American composer, performer and music scholar. He founded the electronic music studio at UCLA where he had access to both Moog Modular and Buchla synthesizers, and it was during this period from about 1969-71 that he was commissioned to create several albums of electronic music. His training as a minimalist and experimental composer always flavored his music with unexpected sounds and patterns. 3:05 Moog Machine, “O Holy Night” from Christmas Becomes Electric (1970 Columbia). Moog Modular Synthesizer. 2:43 Armen Ra (Armen Hovanesian), “O Come All Ye Faithful” from Theremin Christmas (2018 Sungod). Moog Etherwave Pro Theremin. Armen Ra is an American artist and performer of Iranian-Armenian descent. He plays Theremin. His music fuses Armenian folk music with modern instrumentation, along with melodic lounge standards and classical arias. 4:43 Don Voegeli, “Carol of the Drum” from Holiday & Seasonal Music (1977 EMI). Produced at the Electrosonic Studio of the University of Wisconsin-Extension. 1:01 Philippe Renaux, “Noël Blanc” (“White Christmas”) from We Wish You A Cosmic Christmas (1977 Sinus). Belgium. Minimoog, Arp Axe, Arp Soloist, EMS Synthesizer, Stringman Crumar, Fender Rhodes, Electronic Drums. 3:21 Jean Jacques Perrey and Sy Mann, “Tijuana Christmas” from Switched on Santa (1970 Pickwick). Moog Modular Synthesizer, Sy Mann; Moog Modular Synthesizer Programmed by, Jean-Jacques Perrey. 1:58 Joseph Byrd, “Carol of the Bells” from A Christmas Yet to Come (1975 Takoma). ARP 2600 Synthesizer with an Oberheim Expander Module. 1:12 Андрій Кок (Andriy Kok), “Небо І Земля” (“Heaven and Earth”) from Різдво На Галичині. Колядки (Christmas in Galicia. Christmas carols) (2006 Ліда). Folk singer, accordion and synth player Andriy Kok has recorded many albums of Ukrainian folk music in addition to a number of holiday songs and carols. 5:00 Douglas Leedy, “In Dulci Jubilo” from A Very Merry Electric Christmas to You (1970 Capitol). Moog Modular Synthesizer and Buchla Synthesizer. 1:14 Bernie Krause, Philip Aaberg, “Deck the Halls” from A Wild Christmas (1994 Etherean Music ). This delightful cassette is from Bernie Krause, known for his Moog explorations with Paul Beaver back in the day. He later turned his attention to audio ecology and the recording of nature sounds, particularly of animals. This very special Holiday recording is composed entirely of animal sounds. Some you'll recognize as the natural animal voices themselves. Others may sound like instruments, but they are actually digitally transformed animal sounds. Wild Sanctuary Productions invites you to enjoy a truly unique celebration of both the wild kingdom and Holiday Spirit. All animal and ambient sounds recorded on location worldwide by Bernie Krause with the exception of the fish (courtesy of U.S. Navy). Animal samples, Bernie Krause and Phil Aaberg. Arrangements, new materials, all keyboards (K 2000/Emulator III) Phil Aaberg. 8:12 The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Paul Freeman, and The Chicago Synthesizer-Rhythm Ensemble, John Tatgenhorst, “The Little Drummer Boy” from Turned On Christmas (1985 Columbia). Conductor, Paul Freeman; synthesizers, The Chicago Synthesizer-Rhythm Ensemble; Orchestra, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Keyboards & Synthesizer Concepts: Ed Tossing; Electric Bass, Steve Rodby or Bob Lizik; Drums, Tom Tadke; Guitars, Ross Traut and Bill Ruppert; Percussion, Russ Knutson. 4:08 Montana Sextet, “Little Drummer Boy Jam” from Christmas Time Is Here (1987 Philly Sound Works). Arranged By, Conductor, Producer, Fender Rhodes, Piano, Cowbell, Shaker, Yamaha DX7 Synthesizer, Musser Vibraharp, Vincent Montana Jr.; Congas, Greg Peache Jarman; Guitar, Ronnie James; Snare Drum, Tenor And Bass Drum, Gene Leone. 8:46 Montana Sextet, “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” from Christmas Time Is Here (1987 Philly Sound Works). Arranged By, Conductor, Producer, Fender Rhodes, Piano, Cowbell, Shaker, Yamaha DX7 Synthesizer, Musser Vibraharp, Vincent Montana Jr.; Congas, Greg Peache Jarman; Guitar, Ronnie James; Snare Drum, Tenor and Bass Drum, Gene Leone. 4:56 Mannheim Steamroller, “Good King Wenceslas” from Christmas (1984 American Gramaphone). Arranged, conducted, produced by, Chip Davis; Drums, Percussion, Soloist Recorder, Black Oak Hammered Dulcimer, Soprano Dulcian, Crumhorn, Bells, Vocals, Dry Ice, Chip Davis; Lute, Bass, Eric Hansen; Baldwin SD-10 Synthesizer, Harpsichord, Clavichord, Toy Piano, Prophet 5 Synthesizer, Fender Rhodes, Vocals, Bells, Jackson Berkey; Classical Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar, Ron Cooley; Flute, Willis Ann Ross; French Horn, David (High D) Kappy; Harp, Mary Walter; Oboe, Bobby Jenkins; Strings, Bill Ritchie, Grace Granata, Michael Strauss, Michelle Brill, Richard Altenbach, Richard Lohmann, Roxanne Adams, Wayne Anderson. 3:39 Don Voegeli, “Jingle Bells” long, short, and tag from Holiday & Seasonal Music (1977 EMI). Produced at the Electrosonic Studio of the University of Wisconsin-Extension. 1:56 Don Voegeli, “Lully, Lullay - The Coventry Carol” from Holiday & Seasonal Music (1977 EMI). Produced at the Electrosonic Studio of the University of Wisconsin-Extension. 1:01 Fossergrim, “Ave Maria” (2020 Bandcamp). Fossegrim is billed as “Dungeon Synth music from the Adirondack Mountains.” In Scandinavian folklore, Fossergrim is is described as an exceptionally talented fiddler. No fiddles here. I think Fossergrim is one Ian Nichols of Albany, New York. Check out his Bandcamp presence. 3:54 Phillip Fraser, “Rub A Dub Christmas” from Rub-A-Dub Christmas (1985 Tuff Gong). Jamaican reggae recording for the holidays. Piano, Organ, Synthesizer, Bass, King Asher, Steely Johnson. 2:53 Phillip Fraser, “The Lord Will Provide” from Rub-A-Dub Christmas (1985 Tuff Gong). Jamaican reggae recording for the holidays. Piano, Organ, Synthesizer, Bass, King Asher, Steely Johnson. There is some crazy synth material on this track. Despite it being recorded in 1985, it sounds quite analog for a synth. 3:17 Unconditional Loathing, “Carol, with the bells” from Holiday Mood (2018 Bandcamp). Every artist dreams of releasing an album of hit holiday songs that will surprise the world and bring great wealth. This is not that album. But it is remarkably noisy and dark. Check out Unconditional Loathing, from Fargo North Dakota, on Bandcamp. Self-described as “A footnote in the history of Midwestern noise that refuses to completely go away.” 1:51 The Smurfs, “Deck the Halls” from Merry Christmas With The Smurfs (1983 Dureco Benelux). This album is in English from the Netherlands. 2:17 Vatto Lofi, “Holiday Lofi” from A Merry Lofi Christmas EP (2021 Bandcamp). Providing a low-fidelity tune for the holidays, but I don't know if “lofi” refers to the low-fidelity sound that is currently a thing (and it does sound like that) or is the actual name of this Icelandic musician. 2:21 Rotary Connection, “Silent Night” from Peace (1968 Cadet Concept). I think this holiday album from the famed psychedelic soul ensemble was perhaps only their second album. Produced by Charles Stepney and Marshall Chess, I've included this track not only because it features some crazy electric guitar but also because Minnie Riperton's five-1/2-octave vocal range could effectively imitate a Theremin, which begins in this track around 1:30 into it. In an interview I once heard her say that one of her childhood fascinations was imitating that “science fiction stuff” with her voice. Interestingly, Charles Stepney also included a Moog synthesizer, used sparingly, on some Rotary Connection tracks, but I've heard none on this album. Co-producer Marshall Chess often added Theremin to Rotary songs but this is not one of them. It's pure Ripperton. The Rotary Connection vocalists: Bobby Simms, Jim Donlinger, Jim Nyeholt, Minnie Riperton, Mitch Aliota, Sidney Barnes, Tom Donlinger; The studio band, Leader, David Chausow; Bill Bradley, electronic effects; guitar, Bobby Christian; bass, Louis Satterfield; bass, Phil Upchurch; bass vocals, Chuck Barksdale. 3:52 Klaus Wunderlich, “Sleigh Ride” from Multi Orchestral Organ Sound (1982 Teldec). Wunderlich was a prolific musician who mastered the Hammond Organ. Occasionally, he performed with a synthesizer and this track comes from an album not of holiday music but of various favorites, performed in the style of the original artists. This is a Leroy Anderson song arranged in the Anderson style. The MOOS (Multi Orchestral Organ Sound) was produced by the Wersi organ company in Germany. This organ/synth/drum machine hybrid was also known as the Wersi Galad and play both synth and traditional organ sounds. There is a current musician advocate for this instrument in Florian Hutter (listen to the next track), of Germany. 3:11 Florian Hutter, “Frosty the Snowman” privately released (2022 No Label). Florian is a living master of the vintage Wersi Delta and Atlantis synthesizer/organ hybrids with a built-in rhythm box. In recent years he has begun to release his music on Spotify. This is taken from the first or second day of his Christmas Special 2022 during which he releases a new tune every day. I don't normally feature tracks recorded from YouTube, but this was too good to pass by and it fits with the vintage music played in the previous track by Wunderlich. Check him out. 2:34 Edwin Hawkins, “The Christmas Song” from The Edwin Hawkins Christmas Album (1985 Birthright). Produced when the Yamaha DX-7 became the top selling synthesizer on the planet, this is a great example of its tidy, digital sound. Richard Smallwood, keyboards, synthesizer; Edwin Hawkins, keyboards, synthesizer; Joel Smith, Drums and Fender bass; Kenneth Nash, percussion. Sounds like one or two Yamaha DX-7s. 3:57 Ryuichi Sakamoto (坂本龍), “Father Christmas” from Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence (戦場のメ)(1983 Virgin). Music By, Composed By, Performer, Ryuichi Sakamoto. Our best wishes to Mr. Sakamoto who is suffering from Stage 4 cancer. In June he said, “Since I have made it this far in life, I hope to be able to make music until my last moment, like Bach and Debussy whom I adore.” 2:06 Bob Wehrman, John Bezjian and Dusty Wakeman, “Ring Christmas Bells” from Christmas Becomes Electric (1984 Tropical Records). Not be confused with an album by the same name by The Moog Machine in 1969. Unnamed synthesizer programmed and performed by Bob Wehrman and John Bezjian. From Marina Del Rey in California. 1:46 Hans Wurman, “Overture Miniature” from Electric Nutcracker (1976 Ovation). This Austrian composer made several remarkable, classically influenced Moog Modular albums from 1969 to 1976. This was one of his last big Moog projects and is difficult to find. 2:54 Hans Wurman, “Danse De La Fee-Dragee ( Sugar Plum Fairy)” from Electric Nutcracker (1976 Ovation). Moog Modular synthesizer, Hans Wurman. 1:33 Hans Wurman, “Danse Des Mirlitons (Flutes)” from Electric Nutcracker (1976 Ovation). Moog Modular synthesizer, Hans Wurman. 2:14 Keith Emerson, Emerson Lake & Palmer, “Nutrocker” (live) from Pictures at an Exhibition (1972 Cotillion). A fitting reworking of Tchaikovsky arranged by Kim Fowley and performed live, Newcastle City Hall, 26 March 1971. Hammond C3 and L100 organs, Moog modular synthesizer, Minimoog, Clavinet, Keith Emerson; bass guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals, Greg Lake; drums, percussion, Carl Palmer. "Nut Rocker", a rock adaptation of The Nutcracker originally arranged by Kim Fowley and recorded by B. Bumble and the Stingers in 1962. 3:48 Richie Havens, “End of the Season” from Alarm Clock (1970 Stormy Forest). A melancholic reflection on life from Mr. Havens, totally synthesized on the Moog Modular by Bob Margoleff. 3:32 Bernie Krause, Philip Aaberg, “Feliz Navidad” from A Wild Christmas (1994 Etherean Music ). This delightful cassette is from Bernie Krause, known for his Moog explorations with Paul Beaver back in the day. All animal and ambient sounds recorded on location worldwide by Bernie Krause with the exception of the fish (courtesy of U.S. Navy). Animal samples, Bernie Krause and Phil Aaberg. Arrangements, new materials, all keyboards (Kurzweil 2000/Emulator III) Phil Aaberg. Percussion on Feliz Navidad performed by Ben Leinbach. 5:37 Opening background music: Jean Jacques Perrey and Sy Mann, “Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer” from Switched on Santa (1970 Pickwick). Moog Modular Synthesizer, Sy Mann; Moog Modular Synthesizer Programmed by Jean-Jacques Perrey. 2:16 Moog Machine, “Twelve Days Of Christmas” from Christmas Becomes Electric (1970 Columbia). Arranged by Alan Foust; Synthesizer Tuner, Norman Dolph; Moog Modular Synthesizer, Kenny Ascher. 3:55 Jean Jacques Perrey and Sy Mann, “Silent Night” from Switched on Santa (1970 Pickwick). Moog Modular Synthesizer, Sy Mann; Moog Modular Synthesizer Programmed by Jean-Jacques Perrey. 1:52 Opening and closing sequences voiced by Anne Benkovitz. Additional opening, closing, and other incidental music by Thom Holmes. See my companion blog that I write for the Bob Moog Foundation For additional notes, please see my blog, Noise and Notations.

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The Truth About Vintage Amps with Skip Simmons
Ep. 106: "That's When You Know You're Doomed"

The Truth About Vintage Amps with Skip Simmons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 86:06 Very Popular


Episode 106: No special guests, but plenty of amp questions answered and some recipes!  Some of the topics discussed:  1:01 It's good to be anxious 3:59 Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/vintageamps 4:18 Any interest in a Seattle amp swap meet / hang on December 31? Message me at podcast@fretboardjournal.com. 4:49 Deluxe's TAVA-tribute El Pato-Tone 9-volt practice amp: Now available in the green El Pato can! (Reverb link) 7:51 Music recommendation: Thee Sinseers (NPR Tiny Desk concert link); The "5" Royales (YouTube link) 9:23 How is amp output affected by adding speakers? 12:39 Impedance vs resistance, revisited; phaser analysis; chicken curry 17:27 The Soursound transformers episode (link); when does the speaker deep dive happen?; amps with hybrid circuits; harpist Emily Hopkins (YouTube link), 8417 tubes 27:38 Netflix's new documentary, 'Travelin' Band: Creedence Clearwater Revival at the Royal Albert Hall' 30:45 Harp player Paul Oscher; Jontavious Willis' interview with Oscher on the Diddie Wah Diddie podcast (link) 33:34 Tips on extending wiring; a Western Electric Slice 37:06 Safe long-term storage of vintage amps; a Falcon discovered in the trunk of a car 40:23 What's the simplest tube reverb circuit? the Boss FRV-1 '63 Fender Reverb pedal, vintage Premier 90 Reverb tanks 45:38 'The How & Why of Guitar Tube Amps' by Gar Gillies (order: http://www.garnetamps.com/order_b.htm) 50:57 Now you have a third salad dressing 51:31 Is the speaker switch I made safe to use? Grits with smoked gouda 1:00:07 Buying a second-hand Mesa Boogie amp 1:04:02 What's the CSA Thermal Protector on a Fender Musicmaster Bass amp? 1:06:52 An Australian Philips PA conversion that won't stop popping and crackling; cathode resistors and plate load resistors 1:09:17 Three Marshall Super Lead heads, one that has ghosting; filter capacitance 1:18:35 Soup with kale and white beans 1:21:01 Yank magazine; a fancy tube tester (and a Heathkit signal generator) still available at Skip's; Rabbit Hole bourbon (link); Sherwood (British TV show); see Skip at the Marin Guitar Show (January 2023, link) This week's episode is sponsored by Calton Cases, Amplified Parts and Grez Guitars. You can also use the discount code FRET10 to save 10% off your Izotope purchase. Support us on Patreon.com for added content and the occasional surprise and don't forget to get a subscription to the Fretboard Journal (link). Digital subscriptions start at just $30. There's a giant index page for nearly all the former topics we've discussed in our first 100 episodes found here.  Submit your amp questions, recipes and life hacks to the podcast via podcast@fretboardjournal.com and don't forget to share the show with friends on social media. 

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Episode 34: Are We Nearing the End of Tube Amps? //SPONSORS// BetterHelp - https://betterhelp.com/chairmen (get 10% your first month) Gear Exchange (Sweetwater) - https://sweetwater.com/used The Guitar Sanctuary - https://theguitarsanctuary.com Mono - https://monocreators.com/chairmen (use code "chairmen" for 10% off) Pedal Genie - https://pedalgenie.com (use discount code "board" for 50% off your first month) Best-Tronics - https://btpa.com (use code "dachairs" for 10% off) Creation Music - https://creationmusiccompany.com (use code "chairmen15" for 15% off) //HOSTS// Grant Klassen (Goodwood Audio) - grant@goodwoodaudio.com Brian Omilion (Omilion Audio) - omilion@theguitarsanctuary.com Mason Marangella (Vertex Effects) - mason@vertexeffects.com //YOUTUBE// Watch COTB Podcast live: https://bit.ly/3VhbNea

Rig Doctor Podcast: Tone Tips, Pedalboard Tricks, & Easy DIY Hacks
The Best Deals On Gear This Holiday Season

Rig Doctor Podcast: Tone Tips, Pedalboard Tricks, & Easy DIY Hacks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 90:52


Episode 33: The Best Deals On Gear This Holiday Season //SPONSORS// BetterHelp - https://betterhelp.com/chairmen (get 10% your first month) Gear Exchange (Sweetwater) - https://sweetwater.com/used The Guitar Sanctuary - https://theguitarsanctuary.com Mono - https://monocreators.com/chairmen (use code "chairmen" for 10% off) Pedal Genie - https://pedalgenie.com (use discount code "board" for 50% off your first month) Best-Tronics - https://btpa.com (use code "dachairs" for 10% off) Creation Music - https://creationmusiccompany.com (use code "chairmen15" for 15% off) //HOSTS// Grant Klassen (Goodwood Audio) - grant@goodwoodaudio.com Brian Omilion (Omilion Audio) - omilion@theguitarsanctuary.com Mason Marangella (Vertex Effects) - mason@vertexeffects.com //YOUTUBE// Watch COTB Podcast live: https://bit.ly/3VhbNea

The Fretboard Journal Guitar Podcast
Podcast 390: John Shults of True Vintage Guitar

The Fretboard Journal Guitar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 85:50


This week, we talk to one of the young guns of vintage instrument dealing, 33-year-old John Shults of True Vintage Guitar. John is based out of Birmingham, Alabama and has a unique business model. As his Instagram account reveals, he's seemingly on an endless guitar safari, traveling around the world and acquiring closet-find Fenders and Gibsons, often from the instrument's original owners or their family members. His sales strategy is unique, too. John not only has a knack for finding rare instruments, he also knows how to tell a great guitar story.    During our chat, John tells us about his decision to become a vintage instrument dealer and some of the many tricks of the trade he's picked up over the years. We learn about the perils of traveling with large amounts of cash, how he puts anxious sellers at ease, and the trends he's noticed in today's vintage electric market. We also learn about why, after a decade of being an online-only retailer, John is about to open his first brick & mortar showroom.    https://truevintageguitar.com https://www.instagram.com/truevintageguitar/?hl=en The Fretboard Journal is launching a Substack where we'll be sharing even more content, including photo outtakes, essays, and special podcasts. Be an early supporter here: https://fretboardjournal.substack.com And don't forget to get a gift subscription to the Fretboard Journal this holiday season: https://shop.fretboardjournal.com/collections/all/products/fretboard-journal-gift-subscription Our podcast is sponsored by Retrofret Vintage Guitars, Peghead Nation (use the promo code FRETBOARD and get your first month free or $20 off any annual subscription); Izotope (use the coupon code FRET10 to save 10% off their plug-ins); and Calton Cases.

Dipped In Tone
Paul Reed Smith Ends the Tonewood Debate

Dipped In Tone

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 89:56


Paul Reed Smith drops in to dip a rig and unpack the facets of tone—and why he unwound—and destroyed—a set of $10k vintage Fender pickups. Plus, all the fun stuff: What's it like working with John Mayer? Does Santana's guitar sound like a tenor sax? Why does David Grissom need every PRS on a music-store wall to play great? And the dudes argue over the big question: What's better a cheap guitar and an expensive amp, or an expensive guitar and a cheap amp?Big thanks to StewMac for sponsoring this episode. Head to http://stewmac.com/dippedintone to get 10% off!8:20 Shill of the Week14:49 Paul Reed Smith Interview16:59 Paul Dips a Rig (Kinda)29:04 I Can't Afford a Real Marshall, Paul32:27 The HDRX Amp and Old Marshalls38:44 Seriously, do tonewoods even matter? 47:35 What does Paul look for in a piece of wood?50:56 How do you make a good guitar great? 53:20 Paul talks about how PRS is making saddles better59:18 The Silver Sky SE1:04:58 The magic of a 1963 Stratocaster1:10:30 Expensive guitar or expensive amp? 1:20:28 We get the PRS nod1:22:07 What PRS should you start with?Subscribe, like, and leave us a commentSign up on our mailing list: http://eepurl.com/iaCee5Support us on Patreon for access to our discord server and other perks! https://www.patreon.com/dippedintoneMERCH: https://teespring.com/stores/dipped-in-toneFollow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/dippedintone Dipped in Tone is:Rhett Shull https://www.rhettshull.com/Zach Broyles / Mythos Pedals https://mythospedals.comPremier Guitar https://www.premierguitar.com/

Garza Podcast
54: VARIALS

Garza Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 81:17


Varials is an American hardcore punk band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. We talk about the after-life, quitting college to be in a band & much more! SPONSORS: distrokid.com/vip/garza 30% OFF! emgpickups.com Promo Code: Heavy 15% OFF! Varials is: Mitchell Rogers, James Hohenwarter, Mike Foley, Sean Rauchut & Shane Lyons TIME CODES: 00:00 - Intro 00:53 - Quitting College Is The 1st Step To Being In A Band 16:09 - Orthodox & Boundaries 21:05 - Mitch Singing Full Time 30:05 - Taking Things For Granted 34:06 - Scars For You To Remember 40:19 - In Darkness Writing Process 44:06 - Demons, Ghosts, Spirits & The Wizard 55:26 - Ross Robinson Vinyl & Listening To Music High 58:48 - Hip Hop Influence, Joey Jordison, BMTH & The DOOM Soundtrack 01:04:02 - Fender 7-String 01:08:43 - Turnstile & Future Of Heavy Music 01:12:01 - Lorna Shore & Knocked Loose

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Episode 32: Reverb's Top Pedals of 2022 //SPONSORS// BetterHelp - https://betterhelp.com/chairmen (get 10% your first month) Gear Exchange (Sweetwater) - https://sweetwater.com/used The Guitar Sanctuary - https://theguitarsanctuary.com Mono - https://monocreators.com/chairmen (use code "chairmen" for 10% off) Pedal Genie - https://pedalgenie.com (use discount code "board" for 50% off your first month) Best-Tronics - https://btpa.com (use code "dachairs" for 10% off) Creation Music - https://creationmusiccompany.com (use code "chairmen15" for 15% off) //HOSTS// Grant Klassen (Goodwood Audio) - grant@goodwoodaudio.com Brian Omilion (Omilion Audio) - omilion@theguitarsanctuary.com Mason Marangella (Vertex Effects) - mason@vertexeffects.com //YOUTUBE// Watch COTB Podcast live: https://bit.ly/3VhbNea

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoRadio 8.10: Good, I'm Not Crazy

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 78:24


The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. UGP makes custom apparel such as t-shirts and sweatshirts and was founded by 2 Michigan alums over 20 years ago. They have 3 retail locations in Ann Arbor and offer thousands of University of Michigan athletic products for sale, ranging from clothing to accessories and memorabilia. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com! And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, and we are recording this on SignalWire. Featured Musician: Legume The Video: [After THE JUMP: What we said] --------------------- 1. Illinois Preview starts at the top Chase Brown might be hurt. Their running game runs everything under the Harbaugh sun—good thing we've seen that in practice a few times. Their defense will man up and blitz you, except against Purdue for some reason, which didn't work out for them. 2. Nebraska After Review starts around 2:05PM Running game execution is a hell of a thing to hang your hat on. Panic about the deep passing game yet? What about getting pressure? Yes, Michigan gets sacks, but mostly against bad competition and late when teams are in comeback mode. DTs are the best part of the defense. 3. Hoops Arizona State starts around 2:35PM Sometimes shots don't go down/go down and it's very dumb but this team isn't built to have Hunter do this all by himself. 4. Hockey starts around 3:00PM Jett gets a star. Spacing with Hunter is a hell of an offense. About the Featured Musician Legume (Bandcamp, Facebook, Spotify) is a Detroit group fronted by Liam McNitt. It's chill acoustic or plucking-at-a-Fender vibe stuff but there's a hint of funk or jazz that creeps in sometimes. Liam's voice has a Julian Casablancas lilt. The lyrics are clever, though the poetry trips over itself at times. Let's Waste Away Together In My Room Thrill Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken down, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat