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By the time Billy Joel released The Stranger, his fifth studio album, he was at risk of being dropped by Columbia Records. His second album, Piano Man, had been a surprise success, but the follow-up third and fourth studio albums had met with disappointing commercial appeal. Joel had a solid band that had toured with him for his previous album, Turnstiles, and he wanted to keep that band for the next album. He first considered Beatles producer George Martin to be his producer for this album, but decided against him when Martin wanted to use session players instead of Joel's band for the album. Instead, Joel turned to Phil Ramone (co-founder of A&R Recording) to produce The Stranger. The album would produce four singles, all hits, and would be a commercial and critical success. It would also be Columbia Records best selling album release, and Joel's best selling non-compilation album.Bruce and Wayne are out, and for the first time ever, TWO friends of the show Bill Cook and Todd Hendricks join in for this podcast. The StrangerThis title track examines the way we all hide aspects of ourselves, projecting one image to the public while a stranger lurks deep inside. Joel had originally intended the whistling to be a wind instrument, but when he demonstrated it to producer Phil Ramone, Ramone determined that his whistling was perfect.Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)The opening track to the album was also the first single, and is a commentary on those in working class ethnic communities around New York who put in long hours for the appearances of success. "Anthony works in a grocery store, saving his pennies for someday." A Broadway musical featuring the music of Billy Joel took the name of this song as well.Only the Good Die YoungThe third single from the album was quite controversial at the time, because it is about a boy encouraging a religious Catholic girl to have premarital sex with him, though she considers it sinful. The name Virginia comes from a high school crush of Joel's named Virginia Callahan. As is often the case, attempts to ban the song only made it more popular.Scenes from an Italian RestaurantAlthough not released as a single, this epic medley received significant airplay on AOR stations at the time, and is one of Billy Joel's favorites. This 7-plus medley is in three parts, the longest of which is "The Ballad of Brenda and Eddie," two high school sweethearts and their journey through life. ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:Main Theme from the television series “Soap”This parody of the television soap operas premiered in September 1977. It would be highly controversial throughout its four year run, drawing criticism from the Moral Majority, the Roman Catholic Church, and a number of gay organizations. STAFF PICKS:Whatcha Gonna Do? by Pablo CruiseRob kicks off the staff picks with a band named after a non-existent person (think Pink Floyd or Jethro Tull). "Pablo" represents a down-to-earth individual and "Cruise" represents an easy-going approach to life. The song cautions against taking a good relationship for granted. Handyman by James TaylorBill Cook's staff pick was actually a cover originally recorded by the Sparks of Rhythm in 1953. Jame's Taylor's version hit number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and earned him his second Grammy award. Smoke from a Distant Fire by the Sanford Townsend BandJohn WayneTownsend and Ed Sanford head up the band that takes their name, and Todd Hendricks brings us this one-hit wonder. Although the band recorded and worked out of Mussel Shoals, worked with a number of acts, and opened for bands like Fleetwood Mac and Foreigner, they never made the charts beyond this hit.I'm In You by Peter FramptonBrian brings us the title track from the follow-up studio album to his amazingly popular live album "Frampton Comes Alive." A&M Records put a lot of pressure on Frampton to have another hit after the live album, and this was his biggest-selling single, though the album was a let-down to the company. This acoustic version highlights his guitar talents. TRIBUTE TRACK:Memories by Elvis PresleyThis is the month that Elvis died, and this song is our tribute to the King.
Lindsey Buckingham is in the studio and Rob Lowe is having the time of his life! In today's episode we get the back story on some Fleetwood Mac drama, what it's like to tour as a solo act, and how important it is to keep evolving as an artist—all of this and a secret music fact on today's episode of Literally with Rob Lowe! Got a question for Rob? Call our voicemail at (323) 570-4551. Yours could get featured on the show!
"TUSK!" Fleetwood Mac. 1979. All the rock n roll riches in the world having been attained with "Rumours", there was no direction left to go but weird. Sometimes sublimely relaxing - other times brittle and manic - it's chockful of solid pop, and behind-the-scenes drama, naturally. Tusk superfan Nicholas Krgovich is back on the pod to help me break it all down! Check out his own lovely solo work, as well as Polaris Music Prize-nominated supergroup Shabason, Krgovich & Harris. https://nicholaskrgovich.bandcamp.com/ https://www.niagaramoonmusic.com/
This week we throw artistic integrity to the wind and talk about some bands that said they were other bands, but were really just some guys from Texas or something. It's like Among Us but with rock bands. Fake Zombies (Buzzfeed) Fake Fleetwood Mac (Rolling Stone) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
A very happy Thursday to you, friends!On today's show: The Instagram post that made everyone turn on Chris Pratt, Em Rata reveals her connection to a controversial billionaire, influencer Elly Miles is called out for faking her spon con, a Bachelor fan saw Brooke Blurton entering a contestants' home, and the fallout from Astroworld: Travis Scott's festival turns into a nightmare.This week, Zara recommended reading This Is Water, David Foster Wallace's commencement speech to the Kenyon College class of 2005. Mich had a beauty rec! The Queen Screen SPF 50+ Luminizing Serum from Ultra Violette (not sponsored, as always).Got some thoughts on today's episode you wanna share? We're allllll ears (also, eyes, heads, bodies, etc etc) - join in the convo over on our Insta @shamelesspodcast.Big thanks to the Pop Gold playlist for making this episode possible. Purchase or stream Fleetwood Mac wherever you access your music. And don't forget to listen to ‘Fleetwood Mac' in the Pop Gold playlist via this link.Want to support our show? We are sending air kisses, air tea, and air hugs (too far?) to anyone who clicks ‘subscribe' on Apple (bonus hugs for anyone who leaves a five-star review, too) or ‘follow' on Spotify.Still not enough? Well! Our hearts! See below for everything else.Subscribe to the weekly ‘ASK SHAMELESS' newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gFbYLTJoin our book club: https://www.instagram.com/theshamelessbookclub/Check out our website: https://shamelessmediaco.com/Write to the Shameless Mailbag: Email email@example.comThanks for listening! We are very big fans of yours.
Iggy Warbles. Fleetwood Mac. Journalism school. Sports media news. Jeff Passan. Breaking news stories is a tough gig. Abella Danger and Bella Thorne. Why do women find Pete Davidson attractive? EMOTD.
Take a journey through time, and the wild mind of Terry Gilliam in Time Bandits! 40 years ago, this film captured imaginations and created a fantasy time travel tale like nothing you've ever seen. Let's search for the most fabulous object in the world as we Enjoy Stuff! Grab the map before the Supreme Being catches up with us! We are off on the original time heist with Kevin, the unsuspecting kid that gets swept up in the excitement of history while trying to talk some sense into God's wayward assistants. This is Terry Gilliam's Time Bandits. News -Boston Dynamics Teaches Spot to Dance like Mick Jagger -Golden Grahams Creamer? Absolutely -Arthur Fonzerelli's Jacket, from Happy Days, is up for Auction -If you haven't checked out the trailer for Lightyear, do it! It's awesome! What we're Enjoying Prithee, have thou heardst of Ian Doesher's book, Get Thee Back to the Future? It's another in the Shakespearian series of pop culture presented in the language of the Bard. Shua has been enjoying the full casted audio presentation of the classic story of Marty, Doc, and the Delorean. Jay's classic earworm has been working overtime as he has been enjoying listening to the iconic Fleetwood Mac album Rumours. It's great music, but it's also amazingly deep. Enjoy Movies In 1981 Terry Gilliam directed his third film. Penned by Monty Python partner Michael Palin, the idea was to present a story told from the point of view of a kid. Literally. A low-angle point of view. But Gilliam believed a child couldn't hold the movie alone, so he cast a troupe of little people to be the greedy bandits. They were certainly no slouches either. David Rappaport (Randall), Malcolm Dixon (Strutter), Mike Edmunds (Og), Jack Purvis (Wally), R2-D2's Kenny Baker (Fidgit), and more! Many were alumni of the Star Wars movies, and all had fun personalities for this crazy ride. Plus, the historical figures were talented actors in their own right. Ian Holme plays Napolean at the end of the French Revolution. Michael Palin and Shelly Duvall play star crossed lovers across time periods. John Cleese plays Robin Hood, the leader of Merry Men you would't expect. And the legendary Sean Connery plays King Agamemnon. In an appropriate bit of casting, the very British Ralph Richardson reveals himself as God. And TRON's nasty villain Sark, played by David Warner, gets to antagonize all of them as the Evil Genius. With a strong cast, you already have a foundation for a great performance, but the story was so original and fun as well. It's really more of an interesting coming-of-age story more than a time travel one. And with a surprisingly dark and mysterious ending, it will keep you thinking too. Have you experienced Time Bandits? Talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to Don't Stop another of The Steven Thompson Experience Thanks to each and every one of you for tuning in to the show and joining us on this journey. To dig into this we are going to learn about - Terni Lapili Nellie Griswold, and Don't Stop by Fleetwood Mac. I hope you enjoy the episode! And if you do please subscribe and spread the word to your friends and ask them to listen as well! About the Show: Each episode of the Steven Thompson Experience is designed to Educate, Inform and Inspire people to pursue their gifts and use them to serve others. Each episode is named after I song I like- You can listen to it here Check out my website and Subscribe to My Newsletter!- https://www.thesteventhompsonexperience.com/
Rumours es el undécimo disco de la banda británica-estadounidense de rock Fleetwood Mac, ganador de un premio Grammy, y del que se han vendido más de 40 millones de copias en todo el mundo, siendo uno de los álbumes de mayores ventas de todos los tiempos.5 Fue el undécimo álbum de estudio del grupo, grabado en 1976 y producido por la misma banda junto a Ken Caillat y Richard Dashut. Se publicó en febrero de 1977 a través de Warner Bros. Records y figuró como su disco más vendido según la publicación estadounidense Billboard 200 durante 31 semanas distintas, y de la lista de álbumes del Reino Unido en enero de 1978. De él se extrajeron los sencillos «Go Your Own Way», «Don't Stop», «Dreams» y «You Make Loving Fun». La banda quería explotar el éxito comercial conseguido con su disco homónimo de 1975, pero también tuvieron amenazas de ruptura desde incluso antes de comenzar la grabación. Las sesiones de grabación de Rumours estuvieron marcadas por el comportamiento hedonista y los conflictos personales entre los miembros de la banda; estas experiencias marcan las letras del disco.6 Con una clara influencia pop, las pistas del álbum se grabaron usando una combinación de instrumentos acústicos y eléctricos. El proceso de mezclado retrasó la conclusión de Rumours, aunque finalmente se terminó a finales de 1976. Después de su publicación a principios de 1977, Fleetwood Mac comenzó una gira mundial de promoción. Rumours provocó críticas muy buenas en la prensa especializada, cuyas alabanzas se centraron en la gran calidad de la producción y en las armonías, que a menudo dependían de la interacción de los tres vocalistas. El disco ha inspirado multitud de obras musicales de distintos géneros. Se ha considerado el mejor trabajo del grupo y ha aparecido en diversas listas que repasan los mejores discos de los años 1970 y de la historia.
Happy Monday, peeps!Welcome to part two of our Fleetwood Mac series. It's one of the most iconic albums ever made, with the tracks from Rumours still trending and, yes, charting even today. But the stories behind those songs of lust, drugs and betrayal might just be more memorable than the album itself.Got some thoughts on this scandal you wanna share? We're allllll ears (also, eyes, heads, bodies, etc etc) - join in the convo over on our Insta @shamelesspodcast.Big thanks to Calm for making this episode possible. Head to www.calm.com/shameless for 40% Calm's premium subscription.Want to support our show? We are sending air kisses, air tea, and air hugs (too far?) to anyone who clicks ‘subscribe' on Apple (bonus hugs for anyone who leaves a five-star review, too) or ‘follow' on Spotify.Still not enough? Well! Our hearts! See below for everything else.Subscribe to the weekly ‘ASK SHAMELESS' newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gFbYLTJoin our book club: https://www.instagram.com/theshamelessbookclub/Check out our website: https://shamelessmediaco.com/Thanks for listening! We are very big fans of yours.
There's definitely some magic at work with a complete takeover of what was actually a really solid original song. Black Magic Woman, originally by Fleetwood Mac, covered by Santana. Outro music is I Feel Lucky by Mary Chapin Carpenter.
Hello, everybody!Today, we're heading back to 1948. It's one of the most iconic albums ever made, with the tracks from Rumours still trending and, yes, charting even today. But the stories behind those songs of lust, drugs and betrayal might just be more memorable than the album itself.Got some thoughts on this scandal you wanna share? We're allllll ears (also, eyes, heads, bodies, etc etc) - join in the convo over on our Insta @shamelesspodcast.Big thanks Prene Bags for making this episode possible. Head here to check them out, and don't forget to use the code ‘SHAMELESS15' at the checkout for 15% off your order.Want to support our show? We are sending air kisses, air tea, and air hugs (too far?) to anyone who clicks ‘subscribe' on Apple (bonus hugs for anyone who leaves a five-star review, too) or ‘follow' on Spotify.Still not enough? Well! Our hearts! See below for everything else.Subscribe to the weekly ‘ASK SHAMELESS' newsletter: http://eepurl.com/gFbYLTJoin our book club: https://www.instagram.com/theshamelessbookclub/Check out our website: https://shamelessmediaco.com/Thanks for listening! We are very big fans of yours.
Happy Halloweekend! In addition to hearing classic Halloween music, I chose 13 songs to get you in the mood. Listen if you dare, and take music notes. 13 Halloweenish Songs Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3lv09vw2vXkzczY9cCgJJ6?si=4535fdb59e2940b113. “Superstition” - Steve Wonder (1972)12. “Bring Me to Life” - Evanescence (2003)11. “Rhiannon”- Fleetwood Mac (1975)10. “Daily Nightly”- The Monkees (1967)9. “Tornado” - Little Big Town (2012-2013)8. “Last Time Forever” - Squeeze (1985)7. “Boris the Spider” - The Who (1966)6. “Barton Hollow” - The Civil Wars (2011)5. “Bad Moon Rising” - Creedence Clearwater Revival (1969)4. “Crawling” - Linkin Park (2000, 2001-2002)3. “The Sound of Silence” - Disturbed (2016)2. “The Game (Triple H)” - WWE & Motörhead (2001)1. “Season of the Witch” - Donovan (1966)"Bring Me to Life" Music Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3YxaaGgTQYM"Daily Nightly" Music Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCWRjWOowkc"Tornado" Music Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaEmQJG2HHU"Last Time Forever" Music Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9m_uVZ_f2E"Boris the Spider (Live)": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vgx7abJH6uI"Crawling" Music Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gd9OhYroLN0"The Sound of Silence" - Disturbed's Music Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9Dg-g7t2l4Live @ Conan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bk7RVw3I8eg"The Game (Triple H)" Making of Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tzmv-rtMNoI
START -------------------- 1. JMK - Intro 2. Eric Clapton - Black Magic Woman - The Lady In The Balcony 3. JMK - On Santana's version of Black Magic Woman 4. Santana - Black Magic Woman 5. JMK - The songwriter of and the original version of Black Magic Woman by Pete Green and Fleetwood Mac 6. Fleetwood Mac with Peter Green - Black Magic Woman (Live Boston Tea Party in 1970) 7. JMK - The "ingredients" of Santana's version of Black Magic Woman 8. Gábor Szabó - Gypsy Queen 9. Los Indios Tabajaras - Maria Elena 10. Wes Montgomery - Bumpin' On Sunset 11. JMK on Santana and Pete Green 12. Santana with Pete Green perform Black Magic Woman at the 1998 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony 13. JMK on the original song that inspired Peter Green song's Black Magic Woman 14. John Mayall's Bluesbreakers - All Your Love 15. Otis Rush - All Your Love ------------------------------------------- END --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/john-kennedy98/message
Season Two comes to its stunning conclusion as Tim and Scott REWIND on pyramid schemes, the drug-fueled time erasing creation of Fleetwood Mac's magnum opus, Broadway songs that cracked the Top 40 and many more questions accidentally asked they couldn't answer. Producer Michael Fell stops by for a Fall farewell and a theatre-themed drinking game!
This week Ringer and the J-Man review Rumours by Fleetwood Mac. We've talked about this album as one of our "no skip" albums so we put each track to the test, dissecting and analyzing riffs, beats and lyrics to determine if its truly a no skip album.Subscribe to our newsletter to get episode announcements, show notes and stay up date with On the Record Music. No spam or BS emails.If you like this episode please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and share the show with one person who might also dig the show.Website: https://www.ontherecordmusic.com/Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ontherecordmusicFacebook: @OnTheRecordMusicInstagram: @OnTheRecordMusicYouTube: On The Record MusicOn The Record Music: A music podcast for those who fucking love music. We talk all things music from full length album reviews to topics in the world of music. From new music to the classics and no topic is off limits.
We're discussing Practical Magic, a Sandra Bullock & Nicole Kidman film full of witches, ghosts, backwards horse riding, cactus pancakes, self stirring coffee cups, death beetles, and sisterhood. Sometimes. But usually not. Plus controversial opinions on Fleetwood Mac and it's hanged, not hung. I guess it depends what you are talking about. Practical Magic is a 1998 American romantic comedy fantasy film based on the 1995 novel of the same name by Alice Hoffman. The film was directed by Griffin Dunne and stars Sandra Bullock, Nicole Kidman, Stockard Channing, Dianne Wiest, Aidan Quinn, and Goran Višnjić. Bullock and Kidman play sisters Sally and Gillian Owens, who have always known they were different from other people - they are witches. Raised by their aunts after their parents' death, the sisters grew up in a household that was anything but normal — their aunts fed them brownies for breakfast and taught them the uses of practical magic. But being a member of the Owens family carries a curse: The men they fall in love with are doomed to an untimely death. Now adult women with very different personalities, the quiet Sally and the fiery Gillian must use all of their powers to fight the family curse and a swarm of supernatural forces that could take away all the Owenses' lives.
So wonderful to chat to the incredible Emma Bull who has worked with One Direction, Little Mix, Fleetwood Mac, Leona Lewis, Naill Horan, Ellie Goulding and Celine Dion to name but a few as a Creative Director. Her passion for putting emotion into her work is unrivalled and she shares some incredible stories about how she ended up in this job showing once again its all about those sliding doors moments that you never realise at the time will shape your whole life including how touring with monks gave her one of her biggest breaks. More about Emma here http://www.emmabull.co.uk
Michael Douglas discusses the now-classic Mac album Tango In The Night, his love of the production, melodies, and the earnest effort by the band in putting the project together -- as we last knew them in happier times. Included is an Entertainment Tonight interview with the band upon the album's release. (Source - YouTube)
We go Bolder Backstage with the legendary Lindsey Buckingham. He talks about his new music, his life after a heart attack and if he'll ever play with Fleetwood Mac again.
“From Randy Rhoads to Precious Metal, Lindsey Buckingham to John Carter Cash and all points in between – like a stint working with Meredith Brooks, opening for Midge Ure or appearing with Monte Montgomery – the ongoing tale of singer/guitarist/songwriter Janet Robin is a fascinating journey.” – Pollstar Janet Robin can be defined in a single word: Musician. Many people attempt to make music, but few earn that illustrious title. Those in this business reserve that label for the rare individuals who consistently demonstrate a high level of talent, perseverance, taste and sensitivity over a period of time. To these people making music is not simply a pastime; it is a matter of blood and guts. That a serious addiction to making music runs through Robin's veins is made clear from a quick review of her career. A Southern California native, Janet Robin's musical education began the moment she met her guitar teacher, Randy Rhoads (Quiet Riot, Ozzy Osbourne). Under Rhoads' tutelage, Janet became an ace six-string player and, while still in high school, parlayed this education into a position as the lead guitarist for the all-female rock band Precious Metal. Discovered by Rodney Bingenheimer of the legendary L.A. rock radio station KROQ, Precious Metal was soon signed to Polygram Records. Later moving to Chameleon/Capitol Records, Precious Metal released several albums, wrote with Heart, Poison and Cheap Trick, toured extensively and gained accolades from both fans and critics alike. Following the demise of Precious Metal, Janet was picked by Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham, band in support of his 1992 solo album, Out of the Cradle (Reprise Records). A consummate pro, working with Buckingham profoundly influenced her own guitar playing, singing and songwriting, as well as her general approach to the music business. She has stated, “Lindsey became sort of a mentor and inspired me to do my own solo work.” This new direction led to her 1998 debut solo album, Open the Door. Released on her own label, Little Sister Records, Buzz Weekly described the CD as “smart, savvy, fuzzy, hooky pop.” She has seen songs from this album featured in film and television; most notably on the then popular T.V. show Felicity. Ever the road warrior, she supported the disc by opening for such acts as Heart, Colin Hay, Loudon Wainwright III and the Smithereens, steadily building a wide fan base. She has since continued to tour heavily and averages as many as 150 dates per year. READ MORE: http://getthefunkoutshow.kuci.org
Welcome back Strange Crew! This week, it's just the two of us. For the first time in a while, we sit down at the mic and shoot the shit!We talk a little bit about the show's new format (we really hope you like hearing us talk because lol). As well as a new setup. We also talk about Tom Petty, whose birthday it was on the day of recording, and how pretty much everyone has a Tom Petty song they love. Also talk about his iconic album Damn the Torpedos, which will be performed by Classic Albums Live at the Imperial Theatre here in Saint John on October 29. Also, for the first time on the show, we go into detail about the horrible trip home from Quebec City to see Fleetwood Mac in 2019, almost two years ago. We often talk about that concert on the show, but not the shit show that was a return home. We finally tell you the full story. Sliding into DMs, Willow Smith and catching vibes of all kinds this episode of Strange Grooves! We want to give a special thank you to USTATION, our newest sponsor of the show. If you're in Saint John, New Brunswick and looking for a space to help you #GetToWork, you won't find a better place!★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
This week Ringer and the J-Man preview their upcoming album review of Rumours by Fleetwood Mac. In the episode they discuss some of the band's history leading up to the release of Rumours, the first time they heard the band, the album cover, and hint at whether this album is a no skip album and much more. Check back next week to listen to the track by track album review.Subscribe to our newsletter to get episode announcements, show notes and stay up date with On the Record Music. No spam or BS emails.If you like this episode please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and share the show with one person who might also dig the show.Website: https://www.ontherecordmusic.com/Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ontherecordmusicFacebook: @OnTheRecordMusicInstagram: @OnTheRecordMusicYouTube: On The Record MusicOn The Record Music: A music podcast for those who fucking love music. We talk all things music from full length album reviews to topics in the world of music. From new music to the classics and no topic is off limits.
Producer Rog get his teeth into Rumours by Fleetwood Mac, and Sonal brings up the weirdest stories of the week including: the Idaho baby influencer, and a diner where bad service and rude staff are top of the menu. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jacqueline and Meghan are creating a Spooky Mixtape on this week's episode of LTP gets Spooky. Follow I Think You're Gonna Like This Podcast on social media:InstagramFacebookTwitterWebsiteJacqueline InstagramMeghan Instagram If you like the podcast and want to support us, click here.
Dave Mason is a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee with his band Traffic, but there's so much more to his story! As well as a successful solo career in America, Dave also played and recorded with legends like The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Michael Jackson, Fleetwood Mac and his good friend, Jimi Hendrix! It's an incredible career for a man born in rural Worcestershire who's lived in Hawaii since the 70s. Hear some of his stories in this star studded interview. Plus find out what my favourite 5 Traffic songs are. Part of Pantheon Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Those particular words you may recognise from Dreams by Fleetwood Mac, or the remix by Jolyon Petch. Because we take things literally, we wanted to figure out if thunder only does happen when it's raining. We reckon we know the answer though. So we called a professional meteorologist to see if this was the case! On another note, Jono is a HERO who is giving out $20,000. KIDDING. Someone is pretending to be Jono on Facebook, doing just that! Finally, what would Jono do if he was the Prime Minister? Chaos would ensue. Enjoy the poddy!
The Standells "Dirty Water"Lucero "The Devil And Maggie Chascarillo"Ted Hawley and Weldon Bonner "Trying To Keep It Together"The Lostines "Playing the Fool"Billy Bragg "The Saturday Boy"Langhorne Slim & The Law "The Way We Move"Margo Price "Sweet Revenge"Slim Harpo "Rainin' in My Heart"Fleetwood Mac "Oh Well"Fats Domino "The Big Beat"The White Stripes "Dead Leaves And The Dirty Ground"Warren Zevon "Carmelita"Two Cow Garage "Movies"fIREHOSE "In Memory of Elizabeth Cotton"John Prine "Yes I Guess They Oughta Name a Drink After You"Eilen Jewell "Boundary County"Billie Holiday "Sugar"Guitar Slim "The Things That I Used to Do"Elizabeth Cotten & Brenda Evans "Shake Sugaree"Bonnie Raitt "You Got To Know How (Remastered Version)"Slim Harbert & His Boys "Brown Bottle Blues"John R. Miller "Motor's Fried"Tommy Tucker "High Heel Sneakers"The Jam "Life from a Window"Oscar Brown, Jr. "But I Was Cool"Make Up "International Airport"Oscar 'Papa' Celestin And His New Orleans Band "Lil' Liza Jane"Madonna Martin "Rattlesnakin' Daddy"Thelonious Monk & John Coltrane "Blue Monk"Shovels & Rope "Pretty Polly"Jessie Mae Hemphill "Run Get My Shotgun"Bob Dylan "Delia"Lefty Frizzell "No One to Talk To (But the Blues)"Merle Travis "Blue Smoke"Tyler Childers "Play Me A Hank Song"John Prine "Killing the Blues"Lucero "Darken My Door"Buddy Guy "I Smell A Rat"Nina Simone "Blues for Mama"Dale Hawkins "Suzie Q"The Replacements "Here Comes a Regular"Bonnie "Prince" Billy "Death In the Sea"Hank Williams "Men With Broken Hearts"Valerie June "Summer's End"Louis Armstrong "Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?"
(00:00-8:41): Aubrey welcomed guest co-host Catherine McNiel! Aubrey and Catherine discussed the “60 Minutes” interview with Facebook whistleblower, Frances Haugen. (8:41-18:03): Aubrey chatted with Catherine about her upcoming book, “Fearing Bravely: Risking Love for Our Neighbors, Strangers, and Enemies.” Learn more about Catherine and her books at catherinemcniel.com (18:03-27:56): Catherine interviewed Aubrey about her new book, “Known: How Believing Who God Says You Are Changes Everything.” Learn more about Aubrey and her books at aubreysampson.com (27:56-37:07): Aubrey and Catherine talked about prayer and Catherine shared a prayer she wrote for the book, “Prayers and Blessings for Healthcare Workers.” (37:07-47:08): Aubrey and Catherine shared their TOP FIVE Karaoke Songs. Aubrey's #1 pick was “Landslide” by Fleetwood Mac and Catherine's #1 pick was “Alone” by Heart. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
They said it couldn't last, so we had to prove them wrong... by making an episode of Strong Songs all about Janet Jackson, Jimmy Jam, and Terry Lewis.It's time to go back to the late 80s, when New Jack Swing was all the rage and a budding superstar named Janet sat down with a pair of Minneapolis producers named Jimmy and Terry to produce some of the most groundbreaking pop music of the decade. This episode takes a look at "Love Will Never Do (Without You)," one of the most complex of their collaborations, and a tune with as many stylistic left-turns as it has orchestra hits.Written by: James Harris III and Terry LewisProduced by: Janet Jackson, Jam & LewisAlbum: Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814, 1989Listen/Buy: Apple Music | Amazon | SpotifyFEATURED/DISCUSSED:“Casey Kasem's American Top 40 intro from the 1980s, via YouTube“Kiss” by Prince from Parade, 1986“Walking on Broken Glass” by Annie Lennox from Diva, 1992“Like a Prayer” by Madonna from Like a Prayer, 1989“Control,” “Nasty,” and “When I Think of You” by Janet Jackson/Jam & Lewis from Control, 1986"Rhythm Nation" and "Miss You Much" from Rhythm Nation 1814, 1989Emu SP-1200 Beatmaking demonstration by Chief Rugged on YouTubeDiscussion of New Jack Swing, which you can learn more about here“Poison” by Bel Biv DeVoe from Poison, 1990“Alice, I Want You Just For Me” by Full Force, produced by Teddy Riley on Full Force, 1985Estelle Caswell's Vox Earworm video about the Orchestra Hit“The Chain” by Fleetwood Mac from Rumors, 1977OUTRO SOLOIST: Dan NervoThis episode's outro soloist is the fantastic Dan Nervo. 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Goth chanteuse Chelsea Wolfe shares the story of the artists that have shaped her, from Fleetwood Mac's Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks through to some of the darkest and most abrasive music out there. She also discusses cinematic tragic love stories, her theories on what happens beyond this world, her relationship with the occult and esoteric, and lots more. Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/rMf3NHvbIbE
Extrasode 2 – The Math of Swellness Who doesn't like a review of an album that came out three months ago by two white men that is twice the length of the actual album? This is a longform review of “Path of Wellness”. Somewhere in there we explore the post framework of post album branding, a tangent on Tarantino, and Oliver Sacks theory of Fabi Reyna. A little background: We recorded this podcast in July. This was during that magic period in which both the computer and the microphone were dying (spoilers). The audio is a bit rough sounding, even after I cleaned it up. Most notably, I had to cut most of a section where we talk about Sleater-Kinney's Post “The Woods” career. I bring this up because it comes off as a lot more dismissive of those efforts. I don't want to snooze on this, because both Carrie and Corin produced some amazing music in those years (The Spells, Wild Flag, and the Corin Tucker Band). Two more interesting notes: 1. I seem to be a bit down on this album. I'm not. I love this album and still have it in heavy rotation. My favorite song (which I neglect to mention) is “Favorite Neighbor” 2. It's interesting that I think of something sounding like “Fleetwood Mac” as a good thing, while my brother does not Songs Featured in Extrasode 2: “Price Tag”, “Path of Wellness”, “Favorite Neighbor” and “No Knives” – Sleater-Kinney “Ditched You” – Mommy Long Legs Excerpt at ~ 13 minutes is from “Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl” by Carrie Brownstein
Rafa Panadero repasa la trayectoria de Lindsey Buckingham. El artista publica a los 71 años un disco recopilatorio de algunos de los temas que ha tocado a lo largo de toda su carrera. Desde su paso por los Everly Brothers, Fleetwood Mac y su relación con Stevie Nicks. El amigo invisible se atreve con Peter Frampton.
Legendary songwriter, producer and guitarist Lindsey Buckingham joins Simon and Brian to discuss his fantastic self-titled new album, his Cubist approach to songwriting, and the art of the ‘Kevlar chorus'. During the chat, Lindsey touches on his work with Fleetwood Mac, standout tracks like 'Slow Dancing' and 'Holiday Road', and much more. This is a special moment for us, so thanks for listening!
Rock and Roll is a musical genre near and dear to the Idiots. Do you know what actually happened the day the music died? Maybe you heard some 'rumors' about Fleetwood Mac, and you'd like us to clear them up for you! Join us as we talk about the 27 club, the white lighter theory, and some urban legends and tragedies in the music world. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/historybyidiots)
Lindsey Buckingham's signature finger-style guitar is perhaps as recognizable as the countless classic songs he wrote while he was in Fleetwood Mac. Buckingham is a self-taught guitar virtuoso and songwriter who famously joined Fleetwood Mac in the mid ‘70s with his then girlfriend, Stevie Nicks. The band had been around since ‘67 with various singers, guitarists and songwriters. The only constant was their rhythm section: drummer Mick Fleetwood and bassist John McVie. But the band didn't blow up until Buckingham and Nicks joined, writing mega hits for their insanely successful 10th and 11th albums including the 20-times platinum album, Rumours. On today's episode Bruce Headlam talks to Lindsey Buckingham about his new self-titled solo album. Buckingham also tells Bruce that he and Nicks never really got closure from their breakup, and how that affected their professional relationship in the decades since. Subscribe to Broken Record's YouTube channel to hear all of our interviews: https://www.youtube.com/brokenrecordpodcast and follow us on Twitter @BrokenRecord You can also check out past episodes here: https://brokenrecordpodcast.com Check out a playlist of our favorite Lindsey Buckingham songs HERE. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
This week Roger goes back to a time when stoners ruled the box office, hippies played the Pyramids, and everyone else was getting down and boogie oogie oogie-ing. The charts of the time included songs about suspicions of infidelity, mutant animal revolution, getting robbed on vacation, and getting dumped in favor of a moron. And it helped to either have an automotive band name or friends in Fleetwood Mac. Make sense of this on YouTube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDWLXjsOJPQmVPPpLGVZvavpFQsSgndxk And consider supporting the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=35903110&fan_landing=true You won't like this episode...you'll love it!
We had the pleasure of interviewing The Vegabonds over Zoom video! The Nashville-based alternative southern rock band—THE VAGABONDS will celebrate the release of their new album, Sinners and Saints, this Friday, September 24th, 2021, with a showcase spot at this year's AmericanaFest in Nashville.Produced by Grammy-nominated Tom Tapley [Mastodon, Blackberry Smoke] – who did the honors on the last two Vegabonds releases – the determinedly upbeat Sinners and Saints expands the group's southern rock pallet and jam band pedigree to explore funky, keyboard-driven blues-pop in first single, “Can't Deal” before reaching new limits with the intersection of country, soul and rock in “Heartache and a Memory,” and even some Fleetwood Mac-style grooves in “Feels Right” — the latter a co-write from their close friend and songwriter and jack-of-all-trades Ross “Brother” Beasley. It was in May of last year that The Vegabonds recorded their last new music, a live EP, recorded during the first full-band live stream to take place during lockdown. After a two- month quarantine, this was the first time the quintet was able to play together, making it the longest span of time the band had gone in a decade, without playing a show or even being in the same room together. The result, The Vegabonds Live from West End Sound, was released this past March. Their last studio album, V, was released in early 2019 to much critical acclaim with Popmatters declaring, “…the album fires on all cylinders with a combustible combination of tub-thumpin alt-country, searing rock riffs and robust but heartfelt lyrics that will help ease the pain.” While The Deli Nashville said of the new music, “...Fans of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, the Allman Brothers, or Springsteen will rave about V…”The Alabama-born, Tennessee-bred Southern rock band, The Vegabonds got their start in Alabama, after meeting while attending Auburn University in 2009 and playing the college circuit across the Southeastern United States. Their popularity quickly burgeoned to the point where they found their fans singing along word-for-word to their first hits like “Georgia Fire” and “Shaky Hands.” From Ole Miss to South Carolina, students buzzed about The Vegabonds authentic sound and their seemingly effortless ability to bring the house down. Through word of mouth, the group's fan base rapidly grew, and the guys learned they had something distinctive with their eclectic mix of Southern Rock, Country, and earnest songwriting. Their DIY efforts delivered three full-length albums and an EP before partnering with Blue Élan Records.THE VEGABONDS are Daniel Allen (Lead vocals/songwriter), Richard Forehand (Lead guitars/vocals), Paul Bruen (bass), Beau Cooper (keyboards/vocals/songwriter) and Bryan Harris (drums)We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #TheVegabonds #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiBFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!