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They Must Be Destroyed On Sight!
Blood on the Tracks Episode 59: Cinematic Dreams of Tangerines.

They Must Be Destroyed On Sight!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 78:26


This month Lee decided to finally do a deeper dive on the sensational electronic musical act Tangerine Dream, creating a playlist from the film scores/soundtracks they worked on in what he considers their classic period, 1977-1989. --The Call & Betrayal from "Sorcerer" (1977) --Igneous & Beach Theme from "Thief" (1981) --Horror in the Bathroom from "Strange Behavior" (1981) --Cue #4 from "The Soldier" (1982) --The Challenger's Arrival from "The Keep" (1983) --Sunset Drive from "Wavelength" (1983) --No Future (Get Off the Babysitter) from "Risky Business" (1984) --Out of the Heat from "Firestarter" (1984) --The Final Confrontation from "The Park is Mine" (1984) --Dirty Crossroads from "Flashpoint" (1984) --Heartbreakers from "Heartbreakers" (1985) --Cottage & Darkness from "Legend" (1986) --Paddles: Stolen Pills from "Deadly Care" (1987) --Bonding by Candlelight from "Three O'Clock High" (1987) --Bus Station from "Near Dark" (1988) --Shy People from "Shy People" (1988) --Teetering Scales & After the Call from "Miracle Mile" (1989) --Emperor's Castle from "Destination Berlin" (1989) Opening and closing music: Magic and Ecstasy from "Exorcist II: The Heretic" by Ennio Morricone, and The Shadow of the Killer from "Death Rage" by Guido & Maurizio De Angelis.

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Radio Con Botas es un podcast que también ha decidido salir de nuestro estudio, aunque ese porche sea enormemente acogedor. Nos encanta veros en los conciertos, pero también queremos compartir directamente con vosotros cómo es Radio Con Botas, la forma en que hacemos posible que nos encontremos cada semana, y que vayáis conociendo a todo ese maravilloso equipo de personas que lo hacen posible. Que interactuemos mirándonos a la cara y que vosotros mismos lo hagáis también con otros tantos que cada semana también visitan ese porche mágico que nos ha ayudado a construir Subterfuge Radio. Ya podemos anunciaros que Radio Con Botas va a estar el próximo jueves 17 de Noviembre presentando su primer podcast en directo en una de las salas más entrañables y acogedoras con las que contamos en Madrid: Galileo Galilei. Os damos tiempo para que empecéis a sacar brillo a vuestras mejores botas y, poco a poco, os iremos dando más detalles. En esta semana hemos anticipado el álbum de Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers que resume sus conciertos en el Fillmore de San Francisco en 1997, un tema de bonificación del último disco de Calexico, la nueva apuesta de Margo Price, el SoCal Country de Laura Benitez & The Heartache, la fortaleza imperdible de Amy Ray o los impulsos conjuntos de Allison Russell y Brandi Carlile. También avisamos sobre la visita del sueco Jesper Lindell, las nuevas canciones de The Band of Heathens, la apuesta que John Prine hizo con Arlo McKinley, el homenaje de Chris Stapleton a Vince Gill y su apoyo a Kendell Marvel, para despedirnos con Colter Wall o la recuperación natural de la autenticidad. PLAYLIST 01-TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS “Listen To Her Heart” (Petty) Warner 02-CALEXICO “Rambler” (Burns/Convertino) City Slang 03-MARGO PRICE “Change of Heart” (Price/Ivey) Loma Vista/Concord. 04-LAURA BENITEZ & THE HEARTACHE “Bad Things” (Benitez) Copperhead 05-AMY RAY “A Mighty Thing” (Ray) Daemon 06-ALLISON RUSSELL feat. BRANDI CARLILE “You're Not Alone” (Russell) Fantasy 07-JESPER LINDELL & AMY HELM “Twilight” (Robertson) Brunnsvik Sounds 08-THE BAND OF HEATHENS “Not Mine To Begin With” (Jurdi/Quist/Brecht) BOH 09-ARLO McKINLEY “City Lights” (McKinley) Oh Boy 10-CHRIS STAPLETON “Whenever You Come Around" (CMT Giants: Vince Gill)” (Gill/Wasner) CMT 11-KENDELL MARVEL feat CHRIS STAPLETON “Don't Tell Me How To Drink” (Marvel/Stapleton) Easy Eye Sound 12-COLTER WALL “Let's All Help the Cowboys (Sing the Blues)” (Clement) La Honda

Journal du Rock
Le Journal Du Rock - Les Red Hot Chili Peppers et Eddie Van Halen ; Steve Perry et Journey ; Ghost et TikTok ; Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers ; Jethro Tull ; Offspring

Journal du Rock

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 4:23


Les Red Hot Chili Peppers ont dévoilé « Eddie », un deuxième extrait du futur album ‘'Return Of The Dream Canteen'', titre hommage au guitar hero Eddie Van Halen. Steve Perry, qui était à la tête de Journey de 1977 à 1998 et qui a chanté sur plusieurs des plus grands hits du groupe américain, tente d'empêcher ses anciens collègues de posséder des marques déposées sur les noms de certains titres du groupe. Le titre "Mary On A Cross" du groupe suédois Ghost connaît une "nouvelle jeunesse" grâce à une vidéo sur TikTok. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers et leur célèbre concert au Fillmore de San Francisco en 1997 fait l'objet d'une sortie en box deluxe. On y croisera beaucoup de covers de Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, The Kinks, Everly Brothers, Bill Withers, The Byrds, et des collaborations sur scène, comme par exemple avec Roger McGuinn des Byrds et John Lee Hooker. Raconté à la première personne, un nouveau livre à propos de Jethro Tull rassemble des centaines d'anecdotes de fans et leurs souvenirs du groupe, et les contributions à cet ouvrage comme Steve Harris d'Iron Maiden, Joe Elliott de Def Leppard, Steve Lukather (Toto), Danny Carey (Tool), ou encore Marc Almond (Soft Cell). The Offspring toujours en tournée suite à la sortie de son dernier album ‘'Let The Bad Times Roll'', le chanteur Bryan "Dexter" Holland a confirmé que cela ne les avait pas empêchés de travailler déjà à l'album suivant. --- Classic 21 vous informe des dernières actualités du rock, en Belgique et partout ailleurs. Le Journal du Rock, chaque jour à 7h30 et 18h30.

The Story of Rock and Roll Radio Show
The Story of Rock and Roll: S5E38

The Story of Rock and Roll Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 184:23


Episode 38 kicked off at 19h00 on Thursday 22 Sept 2022 on Rebel Rock Radio.  First up Guns ‘n' Roses with ‘You could Be Mine'. from back in the day when G ‘n' R were the hottest band in the world. Next up Rainbow, off Rising and the opening track 'Tarot Woman'.  It was pretty much hard rock with bands like Tesla and The Four Horsemen all the way through until some Jethro Tull which made a nice change.  The track we heard was 'One Brown Mouse' off Heavy Horses.  From there we went bluesy with Samantha Fish and Frank Marino.  The requests for more led to Joe Bonamassa with 'Hanging on a Loser' off his latest album Time Clocks.   We checked out a real biker, biker band in the form of Chrome Division and then went heavy with Sepultura and their cover of Motörhead's ‘Orgasmatron' with the amazing Derrick Green on vocals.  I did screw up a bit, I wasn't sure if Derrick was Brazilian, he isn't, he's American, born in Cleveland in 1971, six foot five weighing 110 kg.  That should fix the bungled and botched attempt on the record.  The next bit of the show I really enjoyed. Two metal bands I had never heard of one called Sumerlands and another called Claymorean got some airtime.  They are playing what is known as classic metal.  Claymorean are out of Serbia and Sumerlands I am not sure.  We will be hearing more from these band in the future.  Tanks to Loudwire for thise two gems.  New stuff came from Ozzy Osbourne, Parkway Drive, and Desolation Angels.  We got our weekly dose of UK Punk courtesy of Stiff Little Fingers, The Clash, and The Jam.   Because there is so much good metal out there right now we kept on going with a new track from In Flames called The Great Deceiver, this is a huge return to form in my view.  There was time to visit the ‘80s with Mõtley Crüe and ‘Girls, Girls, Girls' and then some Kiss off Lick It Up and ‘All Hell's Breaking Loose.  Hole and The Pretty Reckless represented the ladies and then it was time once again for Rush.  I am currently Rush befok and there is no obvious sign of abatement.  It feels like we've had Rush for 7 weeks in a row now.    The wheels came off a little bit at the end, some bottled-up anger and a tribute to the Rebels at Rebel Rock Radio who work hard doing what they love whether people listen to it or not.  So we went out heavy, heavy with Arch Enemy, Dirty Little Rabbits, and Eye of the Enemy.   Artists featured:  Guns ‘n' Roses, Rainbow, Slash's Snake Pit, Tesla, The Four Horseman, The L.A. Maybe, Q5, Jethro Tull, Frank Marino, Samantha Fish, Joe Bonamassa, Chrome Division, Sepultura, Manegarm, Claymorean, Sumerlands, Stiff little Fingers, The Clash, the Jam, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Ozzy Osbourne, Parkway Drive, In Flames, Desolation Angels, Hole, The Pretty Reckless, Rush, The Who, Warren Zevon, Faster Pussycat, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Five Finger Death Punch, Arch Enemy, Dirty Little Rabbits, Eye of the Enemy.  

Tales Vinyl Tells-”stories record albums convey”
Ep 36 Live! Johnny Winter And, Tom Petty and, Fleetwood Mac!

Tales Vinyl Tells-”stories record albums convey”

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 101:39


I really thought we were turning this virus around but it's a tough one and as I get back to those healthy guidelines, I encourage all to get the vaccine and let's get back to healing the world! It's Day 4 of the live concert recordings and we building to a great performance today from the great Johnny Winter with Rick Derringer, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and the top bill today is the legendary Fleetwood Mac! Petty and Stevie will sing a few as The Heartbreakers and The Mac trade off the stage. Huge talent and large sound today on Tales Vinyl Tells. Don't hold back to feel the nostalgia.

Journal du Rock
Le Journal Du Rock - Elton John et Joe Biden ; Def Leppard, Motley Crüe, Poison et Joan Jett ; Sir Elton John ; Guns N Roses ; Bono ; Shania Twain

Journal du Rock

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 3:48


Le chanteur Elton John sera accueilli vendredi à la Maison Blanche, où il donnera un concert pour "célébrer le pouvoir unificateur et réparateur de la musique", a annoncé l'exécutif américain dans un communiqué, devant le président américain Joe Biden et sa femme Jill Biden La tournée massive de Def Leppard, Motley Crüe, Poison et Joan Jett & the Heartbreakers serait plus lucrative que prévu, avec 173 millions de dollars générés par les ventes de tickets cet été, selon le Billboard Magazine. Guns N Roses a annoncé la sortie d'un beau coffret "super deluxe" des albums cultes ‘'Use Your Illusion I + II'' pour le 11 novembre. Elton John a partagé deux photos de ses rencontres avec la Reine en évoquant ce qu'il lui avait dit. Bono sortira ‘'Surrender : 40 Songs, One Story'', son nouveau projet d'écriture dans lequel il racontera son histoire au travers de 40 titres phares du groupe. La chanteuse canadienne Shania Twain confirme son retour avec un single “Waking Up Dreaming”, le premier en six ans. --- Classic 21 vous informe des dernières actualités du rock, en Belgique et partout ailleurs. Le Journal du Rock, chaque jour à 7h30 et 18h30.

Losing Sucks: A Fantasy Football Podcast
Week 1 FULL RECAP: Heartbreakers, Breath Takers, Who's Hot Who's Not

Losing Sucks: A Fantasy Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 48:11


Episode 71Big Picks ReviewQuick HittersHeartbreakersBreathtakersWho's HotWho's Ice Cold

Punk Till I Die
Episode 192: Fan Mail (we really really read it)

Punk Till I Die

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 124:58


In ep192 it's just the 2 of us. Neil goes off on the Taylor Hawkins overkill amongst other topics, and we read lots of listener email. With music by The Nerves, Crass, Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers, Mad Sin, Black President, Elastica, Gallows and The Fall. 

[КАМТУГЕЗА] на Radio ROKS
Рок-календар (07.09.2022)

[КАМТУГЕЗА] на Radio ROKS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 1:47


Народились: 1951 Кріссі Хайнд (The Pretenders), 1953 Бенмонт Тенч (Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers).

John DeChristopher - Live From My Drum Room!
E96: Live From My Drum Room With Stan Lynch! 7-11-22

John DeChristopher - Live From My Drum Room!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 72:56


John's guest is drummer, producer, songwriter, and original drummer for "Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers," Stan Lynch. Stan discussed reuniting with his longtime friend and Heartbreakers bandmate, guitarist extraordinaire Mike Campbell, and his recent tour with Mike's band, "The Dirty Knobs.” Stan shared some stories from the tour, and how it felt to be touring and playing with Mike again after 30 years. John and Stan did a deep dive into tempos, playing comfortably and the importance of songs having a natural pulse. Stan talked about joining Dixon Drums and using them on tour, about his other projects, “The Speaker Wars” and “The Chefs” and much more!   Please subscribe to my YouTube Channel! https://www.youtube.com/c/JohnDeChristopherLiveFromMyDrumRoom 

Party Like A Rockstar Podcast
Chris Adamson, Richard Fernandez - From Pink Floyd to Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers!

Party Like A Rockstar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 106:23


Chris Adamson is a production manager. He has worked for John Mayer, Tom Petty, Neil Young, Steely Dan, Lionel Richie, Bette Midler, Diana Ross, Lenny Kravitz, Michael Bolton, Def Leppard, Frank Sinatra, Dead & Company, The Byrds in 1967, ELP in 1968, Pink Floyd from 1969 - 1984 & Fleetwood Mac from 1969 -2009. Chris is the recipient of the 2019 Parnelli Lifetime Achievement Award. Richard Fernandez is a tour manager. He's worked for the Faces, The Eagles, Frank Zappa, Dave Mason, Keith Richards, Ron Wood, Yes, Crosby, Still Nash, Fleetwood Mac, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, John Fogerty, Jeff Lynne, the Cars, Olivia Newton John, & Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers for 38 years. Richard is the recipient of the 2016 Parnelli Lifetime Achievement Award.

HU Power Half Hour
HU Power Half Hour S3 E14 - Mike Campbell Interview

HU Power Half Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 32:11


Harrisburg University and The River 97.3 Present - THE HU POWER HALF HOUR. An extra special episode because this week Frank Schofield & Glenn Hamilton talk to a true rock legend: Mike Campbell. One of the greatest guitar players of all time. Founding member of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Tom's lifelong songwriting partner and friend, talk about writing some of the most iconic rock songs and guitar riffs, his new band The Dirty Knobs, subbing for Lindsay Buckingham in Fleetwood Mac, what's in store for the remaining Heartbreakers and a lot more. Be sure to follow Harrisburg University Presents on all the socials!

Como lo oyes
Como lo oyes - Code Blue, 42 años después - 01/09/22

Como lo oyes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 58:50


Un californiano llamado Dean Chamberlain, miembro fundador de The Motels, y un londinense, Gary Tibbs, bajista de Adam And The Ants o de Roxy Music, publicaron como Code Blue un único disco homónimo en 1980 junto al batería Randall Marsh, batería de Mudcrutch, el grupo embrión de Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers. Reunidos ambos recientemente con otro batería llegan a España por vez primera y actuarán esta noche en doble sesión en Madrid. Willie Nile estará de gira la semana que viene. DISCO 1 FRIENDSHIP … Breathe Me (ESCALETA) DISCO 2 WILLIE NILE The Day The Earth Stood Still (1) DISCO 3 THE NATIONAL Weird Goodbyes (feat. Bon Iver) (ESCA)  DISCO 4 CODE BLUE Face To Face (Cara A del single)  DISCO 5 THE MOTELS Suddenly Last Summer (Cara 1 Corte 2)  DISCO 6 THE MOTELS Counting (ESCA)  DISCO 7 CODE BLUE Whisper/Touch (Cara A Corte 1) DISCO 8 CODE BLUE Burning Bridges (Cara A Corte 5) DISCO 9  CODE BLUE Other End Of Town (Cara B Corte 1) DISCO 10 CODE BLUE Sweet Misery (Cara B Corte último) DISCO 11 MERRICK (CHRIS HUGHES) & TIBBS Call Of Wild (ESCA) Escuchar audio

Songcraft: Spotlight on Songwriters
Ep. 200 - MIKE CAMPBELL of The Heartbreakers ("Runnin' Down a Dream")

Songcraft: Spotlight on Songwriters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 70:47


SUMMARY:We chat with Rock & Roll Hall of Famer and Song of the Year Grammy nominee Mike Campbell, who's best known for his work with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, but is also a songwriter who co-wrote "Refugee," “Here Comes My Girl,” “You Got Lucky,” “Runnin' Down a Dream,” “Stop Draggin' My Heart Around," "Boys of Summer," “The Heart of the Matter," and many more. He chats about working with Tom, collaborating with Chris Stapleton, and his fantastic band The Dirty Knobs. PART ONE:Paul and Scott chat about the contenders for "Best American Rock Band of All Time" and talk about the conclusion of season one of Songcraft (which lasted for 8 years and 200 episodes). Find out what's next! PART TWO:Our in-depth conversation with Mike CampbellABOUT MIKE CAMPBELL:Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Mike Campbell is best known as the lead guitarist for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, but is also a prolific songwriter who co-wrote some of the band's best-known classics. Among them are “Refugee,” “Here Comes My Girl,” “You Got Lucky,” “Runnin' Down a Dream,” “Makin' Some Noise,” and “You Wreck Me.” He's also a co-writer of the Stevie Nicks duet “Stop Draggin' My Heart Around,” as well as the Don Henley classics “The Heart of the Matter” and “Boys of Summer,” the latter of which earned Mike a Grammy nomination for Song of the Year. In addition to collaborating with Petty, Nicks, and Henley, Campbell has written songs with Bob Dylan, John Prine, Jeff Lynne, Chris Stapleton, The Dixie Chicks, Roger McGuinn, Cheap Trick, Marty Stuart, JD Souther, Susanna Hoffs, and others. He's performed on albums by a list of luminaries that includes Aretha Franklin, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Jackson Browne, Bob Seger, Linda Ronstadt, Michael McDonald, and Warren Zevon. Additionally, the ten-time Grammy nominee was named one of the top 100 guitarists by Rolling Stone magazine. In recent years, Campbell has been focused on his previous side project, The Dirty Knobs. Though they formed over 20 years ago, the group released its debut album in 2020. Their second album, and most recent release, is called External Combustion.  

Andrew's Daily Five
Guitar Heroes: Results Show 2

Andrew's Daily Five

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 20:58


Intro song: Runnin' Down a Dream by Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers (requested by Colter)Guitar solo request: Smoothie Song by Nickel Creek (requested by Marian)Guitar solo request: Crazy Train by Ozzy Osbourne (requested by Cody AND Dave AND Bo)Outro song: Straight by A Place to Bury Strangers (requested by Greg)Vote for your favorite guitarist from the Final RoundAlso in the show:Ranking our Top Ten Guitar Solos

Rockstar CMO FM
The Enabling our Teams with Jeff, The Trouble with CMOs with Irene and Differentiating over a Cocktail with Robert Episode

Rockstar CMO FM

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 69:25


In the Marketing Studio, Ian Truscott and regular guest rockstar strategy advisor Jeff Clark, former Research Director at SiriusDecisions/Forrester discuss investing in our teams and marketing enablement. Ian goes backstage with accomplished marketing and communications professional Irene Nehrkorn-Kayn. If you are a frequent listener, you'll have heard of Irene as we often mention her as she sends us suggestions and feedback, but what you may not know is that Dusseldorf-based Irene is a dynamic, creative, and goal-oriented international marketing professional with over 15 years of management/leadership experience in business development, marketing, and communications. Irene's particular expertise is B2B marketing, working with mid-market, international matrix organizations and tech start-ups, where she combines strategic planning and thought leadership with decisive execution to drive growth and competitive advantage. Irene has recently written two straight-talking articles on the trouble with CMOs for our Marketing Street Knowledge blog, and Ian and Irene discuss the points she makes about trust between the CEO and the CMO, 5 CEO no-goes and whether senior marketers need to sell marketing and moderate their language in the C suite. Finally, we are transported away to the Rockstar virtual bar to join Robert Rose, Chief Trouble Maker at The Content Advisory. This week, over a cocktail, he suggests how you execute your content marketing could be a differentiator, not just the content you publish. If you have any thoughts or suggestions on the topics we discuss, please let us know. Enjoy! The people: Ian Truscott on LinkedIn and Twitter Jeff Clark on LinkedIn and Twitter Irene Nehrkorn-Kayn on LinkedIn and Twitter Robert Rose on Twitter and  LinkedIn Mentioned in this week's episode: The Trouble with CMOs (Part 1) - Irene Nehrkorn-Kayn The Trouble with CMOs (Part2) - Trust Me, I'm a Chef - Irene Nehrkorn-Kayn Robert's The Content Advisory Blog Robert's latest project: Experience Advisors Rockstar CMO: Rockstar CMO on the web, Twitter, and LinkedIn Previous episodes and all show notes: Rockstar CMO FM Rockstar CMO Advisors Track List: Piano Music is by Johnny Easton, shared under a creative commons license We'll be right back by Stienski & Mass Media – on YouTube Learn to Fly by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers – on Spotify Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Story of Rock and Roll Radio Show
The Story of Rock and Roll: S5E34

The Story of Rock and Roll Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 180:51


Episode 34 of Season 5 kicked off on 25 August 2022 at 7 pm on Rebel Rock Radio.  ACDC got us out the blocks with a track off Power Age called ‘Gone Shooting, We stayed in that style of rock and checked out The LA Maybe, a band out of the Carolinas, and an awesome track called 'Sucker Punch'.  In recognition of the fact that the world is pretty fucked at the moment we took a listen to ex-Hanoi Rocks and glam icon Michael Monroe with a track called ‘Junk Planet'.  Then we got heavy with Burn The Priest, the band that were Lamb of God before they became Lamb of God and a Melvins cover called 'Honey Bucket'.  Then we followed on from last week with another track off Bring Me The Horizon's incredibly good album Sempiternal.  One of the highlights of this show was an awesome track by SA band Fear of Falling, this was a new single they released called ‘All My Time'.  SA music is world-class, always has been always will be.   We took in some Metallica off Kill ‘Em All and then changed the tone with The Offspring and a track called 'Self Esteem'.  Noodles on guitar got some love for his guitar sound.  Ibanez and Pitbull Amps are apparently the secrets.  25 August is famous for being the birthday of two of the greatest rock stars the world has ever known, two guys who had a huge influence on me personally as a kid discovering this awesome music.  I am talking about Gene Simmons and Rob Halford, to celebrate their birthdays, 73 and 71 respectively we took a listen to Gene with 'God of Thunder' off kiss Alive II and Rob with 'Victim of Changes' off Unleashed in the East.  Those two albums got played to death when I was growing up and I used Kid Rocks' anthemic 'Still Something' off his latest album Bad Reputation to hammer home the point that in the 70s and 80s music rock music was special.  From there it was Tom Petty followed by Bruce Springsteen with a lovely sentiment in his track “Further On (Up The Road) off The Rising.  God remember that hey?, 9-11, seems like a lifetime ago and it took the Boss to put it all in perspective as only he can. The show went heavy again with a new band called The Halo Effect, made up of ex-members of In Flames and Mikael Stanne from Dark Tranquility, it's well worth a listen, the album is called Days of the Lost.  There was no way we were going anywhere without taking another track off the stupendous new Arch Enemy album, Deceivers, the track we heard was ‘Spreading Black Wings', from there is was My Chemical Romance and Oasis time and a bit of Billy idol thrown in for good measure.  The end of the show was a bit self-indulgent and took us back to some good jols in Cape Town, the scene was set with Kobus!, The Uninvited with 'The Poultry Christ' and Fokofpolisiekar with some Neil Young thrown in.   Kobus! with 'Die Volk Van Main' is a very special song, Theo Crous and Francois Blom got it right here.  The only huge disappointment with all this was that after Neil Young I explained how we used to use Tom Waits to clear the Whammy Bar in Cape Town and then I said cheers and goodnight and I assume that I didn't hit the mic button so we have a 60 min silence and no Cheerio until Tom Waits takes us out with 'Mr Siegal.  Sorry about that.   Artists featured:  ACDC, The L.A. Maybe, U.D.O., Michael Monroe, Warrant, Adrenaline Mob, Burn the Priest, Bring Me the Horizon, Fear of Falling, W.A.S.P., Metallica, The Offspring, Great White, Baton Rouge, Kiss, Judas Priest, Kid Rock, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Bruce Springsteen, Jasper Dan, The Halo Effect, Texas Hippie Coalition, Arch Enemy, My Chemical Romance, Oasis, The Professionals, Billy Idol, Stiff Little Fingers, The Distillers, Kobus!, The Uninvited, Fokofpolisiekar, Neil Young, Tom Waits

Ajax Diner Book Club
Ajax Diner Book Club Episode 218

Ajax Diner Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 179:38


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

Retrosonic Podcast
Suzi Moon

Retrosonic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 107:30


In our latest interview special we catch up with Suzi Moon following her show at Bannerman's in Edinburgh and welcome her into the virtual Retrosonic Podcast studio for a thoroughly enjoyable jaunt through her career as a musician and life as a music fan. We talk about her love of the Rebellion Festival in Blackpool, where she was soon to appear, and her affinity with European and U.K audiences. Suzi then takes us on an entertaining journey from her upbringing in Southern California and the influence of her older sister on Suzi becoming a musician, inviting her to join her band Civet and encouraging her to write songs of her own. Then there's Turbulent Hearts and the short-lived project L.A. Machina before Suzi finally embarks on her own solo career with the release of the excellent and well-received E.P. "Call The Shots". Suzi picks her own favourites from all aspects of her career right up to the brand new single from the hotly anticipated debut album "Dumb & In Luv" which is available to pre-order from Pirates Press Records now. Among many and various topics we also discuss her songwriting process, the connection between her mum and Alternative Tentacles Records, the New York CBGB's scene and much more. Suzi also plays some of the records that introduced her to Punk Rock and helped shape her own music along with some inspirational bands and people that have supported her along the way. The episode is soundtracked by great tracks from The Hives, Elvis Costello & The Attractions, The Stooges, The Heartbreakers, Nazi Bitch & The Jews, Teenage Bottlerocket, Minatore and Against Me! For full track listing and links to featured bands and how to order the new Suzi Moon album "Dumb & In Luv" please check out Retro Man Blog at the link below: https://retroman65.blogspot.com/2022/08/retrosonic-podcast-special-with-suzi.html

Mummy Dearest
Heartbreakers (Justice for Jennifer Love Hewitt!)

Mummy Dearest

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 88:32


This week Zach and Sloane unwrap 2001's mother-daughter crime caper: Heartbreakers. This movie is pretty much perfect. From Sigourney's full body lace wedding look to Jennifer Love Hewitt's perfect bouncing boobies to Gene Hackman's gorgeous cough to Ray Liotta's baby blues this movie has a little something for everyone! The film has aged beautifully except that none of the cons they pull could be pulled in today's society. Imagine having to create that many social media accounts for all your different aliases...yikes. Topics this week include Ray Liotta giving you cunnilingus, Jennifer Love Hewitt's bra straps, and Sigourney Weaver's iconic Russian accent. All that and so much more on this week's Mummy Dearest!Support the show

WASTOIDS
Click Vortex: Muppet Trauma

WASTOIDS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 55:21


The world wide web, like the universe itself, is constantly expanding. With each episode of Click Vortex, Sam Means (The Format) and Jason Woodbury (Aquarium Drunkard) bring you a biweekly survey of their online adventures. For the 11th episode, Sam explores the supernatural power of Roy Orbison, drum god Jim Keltner, takes a trip through the cemetery to visit Buddy Rich (noted for his drumming prowess and profane tirades to his band) and unpacks some traumatizing memories of Jim Henson's Muppets. Meanwhile Jason shares thoughts on Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers's Long After Dark, pontificates on the wild career of engineer Shelly Yakus (John Lennon, The Ramones ,Van Morrison, Madonna, Patti Smith) and winds down with the three-guitar attack of everyone's favorite esoteric sci-fi hard rock/pop band Blue Öyster Cult.

The Tom Petty Project
Hard Promises

The Tom Petty Project

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 45:31


In this special episode, Kevin is joined, once again, by co-host John Paulsen. Today's album wrap up episode covers the Heartbreakers' fourth album, Hard Promises.In the episode, the guys both picked their top three songs from the album and both (once again) picked the two heavyweight tracks from the album, but different third tracks. You can find a combined "EP" on Spotify here: https://spoti.fi/3QOgSI3. As with the other album wrap episodes, the boys chatted about the track listing and agreed it was pretty damned tight. Based on that conversation though, here is an alternate track listing which brings in Stop Draggin My Heart Around and adds it to the mix: https://spoti.fi/3dbIbNDIf you want to check out Gator on the Lawn (the B-side to the single release of A Woman In Love) you can find that here: https://youtu.be/ZABzLa2WRf4If you want to listen to the "demo" version of Stop Draggin My Heart Around, without Stevie's vocal, you can find that one here: https://youtu.be/64W5IYuL1IsIf you are able to donate financially to humanitarian aid relief efforts in Ukraine, the Red Cross is coordinating a large-scale effort which you can contribute to by visiting their website here: https://donate.redcross.ca/page/100227/donate/1Do check out www.4for4.com if you're into fantasy football and follow John on Twitter at https://twitter.com/4for4_JohnDon't forget to follow me on social media, like, subscribe, and please, leave a rating if you like the show:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thetompettyprojectTwitter: https://twitter.com/TomPettyProjectInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thetompettyproject/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt6BLRWuuAR43zHpNKIirOwAll music, including the theme song, provided by Randy Woods. Check him out at https://www.randywoodsband.com/Logo provided Ed Booth, who you can find here: https://edboothart.com/The Tom Petty Project is not affiliated with the Tom Petty estate in any way and when you're looking for Tom's music, please visit the official YouTube channel first and go to tompetty.com for official merchandise.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-tom-petty-project. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Your Summit Church
Healers Not Heartbreakers :: Pastor Scotty Haynes

Your Summit Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 33:15


Listen to this message from Pastor Scotty Haynes on the power that words have in our life.

ROCK AND/OR ROLL
POWER POP SERIES: MARCO DELMAR (ELEKTRICS) / DAVE HEARN (HAWKS)

ROCK AND/OR ROLL

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 90:58


BJ has enlightening conversations about power pop (and the music business) with guitar player Marco Delmar from The Elektrics (who released two albums with Capitol) and keyboardist Dave Hearn from HAWKS (who released two albums with Columbia). What role did a young Jon Bon Jovi play in creating a unique percussion sound? Who turned down a tour with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers? Listen to find out.

Here's What We Know
Grammy-Nominated and Multiple Award-Winning Music Producer Sal Oliveri

Here's What We Know

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 59:30


If you love P!NK's song "Love Me Anyway," featuring Chris Stapleton, you're going to find this episode very entertaining. Multiple award-winning music producer Sal Oliveri joined Gary Scott Thomas for an episode where Sal takes us behind the scenes and shows us how hit songs are brought to life. He also talks about being the son of an immigrant who is living out his dreams, including working with Billy Joel. Also in this episode:How a band he wasn't a fan of won him overHow extending grace can produce something amazingLetting kids find their own wayStarting in music at age 4The fantasy Sal's living and Gary wishes he couldHow music is a different languageWhat a producer actually doesTaking a demo and making it fit the artistBuilding a studioWorking with Billy JoelAdvice he gives to younger artistsA big skill artists must havePicking the right songWomen in Country musicHow he blended Chris Stapleton & P!NKWorking with Haley & MichaelsHow different the world of music is once you're actually in it About Sal:This Nashville based Producer/Writer has played a pivotal role in the careers of artists and songwriters for over a decade. Often behind the scenes, Sal is providing the sound, inspiration and development needed to launch artists' careers into the forefront of the music industry.Raised in the shadows of Manhattan, Sal Oliveri developed a diverse musical background. His grandmother, an opera singer, and father, a golden-voiced “crooner”, set the bar high for Sal when it came to execution and musical taste. By age 4, Sal was riveted to pop radio and his upright piano. Before long, Sal was performing as musical director and keyboardist at Harlem's famous “Cotton Club” and hitting the NJ/NY studio scene. Soon after, Sal relocated to Nashville where his musical efforts quickly earned him a #1 single he co-wrote and a Grammy Nomination for Best Rock Album.Sal is known for his attention to detail and instinctive gift for bringing out the essence of the Artist and making it extraordinary.CREDITSPop/Rock/Urban: P!NK, Jack Antonoff (FUN, Bleachers), Dan Wilson (Semisonic, Adele), Stan Lynch (of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers), Billy Joel, Emily West (America's Got Talent 2014 #2 finalist), Brooke White (American Idol), David Cook (American Idol), Daniel Powter, John Paul White (of The Civil Wars) Dia Frampton (The Voice), Lucie Silvas, B.Reith, Room for Two, Jaren Johnston of “Cadillac Black”, Andy Davis, Kevin Griffin (of Better Than Ezra) David Hodges (Evanessence)Country/Americana: Parmalee, Carrie Underwood, Charles Kelly (Lady Antebellum), Kenny Chesney, Brett Eldredge, Sheryl Crow, The Band Perry, John Paul White (The Civil Wars), Garth Brooks,  Lee Brice, Kip Moore, Keith Urban, Randy Houser, High Valley, Leigh Nash, Haley & Michaels, Ricky Skaggs, Faith Hill, Jo Dee Messina, Lee Ann Womack, David Nail, Lori McKennaAwards/Recognitions:Multiple Billboard & iTunes #1's in Pop, Country, Soundtrack, CCM/Gospel#1 Country Video on CMT w/ Haley & Michael's “Me Too”Grammy Nomination for Best Pop/Rock Albumhttps://saloliveri.com

The Modern Drummer Podcast
Episode 81: John DeChristopher Live From My Drum Room With Stan Lynch

The Modern Drummer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 77:55 Very Popular


John's guest is drummer, producer, songwriter, and original drummer for "Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers," Stan Lynch. Stan discussed reuniting with his longtime friend and Heartbreakers bandmate, guitarist extraordinaire Mike Campbell, and his recent tour with Mike's band, "The Dirty Knobs.” Stan shared some stories from the tour, and how it felt to be touring and playing with Mike again after 30 years. John and Stan did a deep dive into tempos, playing comfortably and the importance of songs having a natural pulse. Stan talked about joining Dixon Drums and using them on tour, about his other projects, “The Speaker Wars” and “The Chefs” and much more!

Ajax Diner Book Club
Ajax Diner Book Club Episode 216

Ajax Diner Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 178:03


Tift Merritt "Broken"Drive-By Truckers "Guns Of Umpqua"Paul Weller "You Do Something to Me"John Coltrane Quartet "Lonnie's Lament"R.E.M. "Driver 8"Centro-Matic "Twenty-Four"William Bell "Share What You Got (But Keep What You Need)"Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers "Southern Accents"Anaïs Mitchell "Young Man in America"Bob Dylan "Lonesome Day Blues"Bruce Springsteen "Lonesome Day"Miles Davis Quintet "In Your Own Sweet Way"Grateful Dead "Althea (Live at Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY 5/16/80) [2017 Remaster]"James McMurtry "If It Don't Bleed"Whiskeytown "Drank Like A River"Aretha Franklin "Going Down Slow (2018 Mono Remaster)"Counting Crows "Mr. Jones"Tom Waits "Blue Valentines"Wilco "Box Full of Letters"Son Volt "Loose String (2015 Remaster)"Greg Graffin "Lincoln's Funeral Train"Billy Bragg "Days Like These"Red Garland "St. James Infirmary"Otis Redding "Ole Man Trouble"Ryan Adams "The Rescue Blues"Midnight Oil "Home (Album Version)"Emmylou Harris "Where Will I Be"Willie Nelson "Energy Follows Thought"The Gaslight Anthem "The '59 Sound"Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers "Straight Into Darkness (Live)"Nina Simone "O-o-h Child (Remastered)"Bruce Springsteen "Ghosts"

SWR1 Meilensteine - Alben die Geschichte machten

1969 gründeten Tom Skeeter und Joe Gottfried die Sound City Studios. Viele legendäre Alben sind dort entstanden. Zum Beispiel auch "Nevermind" von Nirvana. Bevor Nirvana mit ihrem "Nevermind" Album das Studio Anfang der 90er Jahre vor dem finanziellen Ruin gerettet haben, hatte das Studio in Van Nuys, einem Stadtteil von Los Angeles, schon mehrfach Musikgeschichte geschrieben. Viele große Künstler wie Fleetwood Mac haben in den legendären Studios Platten wie "Rumors" und "Tango In The Night" aufgenommen. Für Fleetwood Mac haben die Sound City Studios aber noch eine ganz andere Bedeutung: hier sind Fleetwood Mac zusammengekommen, wie wir sie heute kennen, mit Stevie Nicks und Lindsey Buckingham. Aber auch Neil Young hat dort Musik aufgenommen, Johnny Cash, Rick Springfield, Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, Metallica und noch viele, viele mehr. Insgesamt wurden über 100 Alben dort aufgezeichnet. Viele davon sind echte Meilensteine. Vor allem für die Rockmusik war Sound City das perfekte Studio. Das lag zum einen an der ganz besonderen Raumakustik, die es dort gab, und zum anderen an dem Herzstück des Studios, dem Mischpult "Neve 8028", das weltweit einzigartig ist. Nach der Schließung der Sound City Studios hat Foo Fighters Frontmann und Nirvana Schlagzeuger Dave Grohl sich die legendäre Konsole gesichert und in sein "Studio 606" bringen lassen. Um den Geist der Sound City Studios neu aufleben zu lassen, hat er viele Musiker, die in Sound City ihre Platten aufgenommen haben, eingeladen, um nochmal zusammen mit ihm neue Musik zu schaffen. Mit dabei waren unter anderem Stevie Nicks, Paul McCartney und auch Rick Springfield. __________ Über diese Songs wird im Podcast gesprochen: 03:47 Mins – “Refugee” von Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers 04:19 Mins – “Smells Like Teen Spirit” von Nirvana 04:38 Mins – “Rusty Cage” von Johnny Cash 05:28 Mins – “Never Going Back Again” von Fleetwood Mac 13:03 Mins – “Cut Me Some Slack” von Paul McCartney und Nirvana 22:45 Mins – “Crying In The Night” von Buckingham Nicks 25:18 Mins – “Rhiannon” von Fleetwood Mac __________ Links zum Podcast: Hier gibt's den Film und viele weitere Infos: http://buy.soundcitymovie.com/ Sound City Homepage: https://soundcity.la/ YouTube Channel von Sound City Movie: https://www.youtube.com/user/SoundCityMovie Abbey Road Institute: https://abbeyroadinstitute.de/ Artikel über Rupert Neve: https://www.professional-audio.de/ein-sound-fuer-die-ewigkeit/                                                                                                                                              __________ Ihr wollt mehr Podcasts wie diesen? Abonniert die SWR1 Meilensteine! Fragen, Kritik, Anregungen? Schreibt uns an: meilensteine@swr.de

Springdale Golf LIVE
I Need to Know - #219

Springdale Golf LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 59:37


The golf world is exploding with popularity, disruption and drama on the course. The LPGA and PGA Tour couldn't be more a part of mainstream sports and yet much of the news is still taking place off the course. We need some help putting this all into perspective. Chris Powers is a staff writer, assistant editor, podcast host and content creator for Golf Digest. In this episode we dig into his insider network to discuss: LIV golf's present and future 2022 major championships The Open Championship Prominence of golf betting  His career path and determination to succeed in this industry It's an educational and entertaining conversation with one of GD's bright young storytellers. Join Chris and Keith as they try to peal back all the layers of this onion.  The Weekly Update: The volume of the Claret Jug, incorrect scorecards, Stenson supplanted, Trey versus the TSA...   ProShow Playlist Ep. #219:  I Need to Know (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers), What is Life (George Harrison), Breakdown (Jack Johnson)

The Tom Petty Project

Hello my fine friends! Today we're taking about the best song any band never released as a single; Insider.If you want to listen to the track before we dig in, check out the official video: https://youtu.be/x7bjXWzms5IIf you want to watch Tom play Insider on acoustic for the Heartbreakers, check out this great clip: https://youtu.be/JXaKYn8qHEQ?t=96If you want to watch Tom and Stevie perform the song live at the 30th anniversary show that was included as part of the Runnin Down a Dream documentary, go check it out here: https://youtu.be/FvV5C24PC9MIf you are able to donate financially to humanitarian aid relief efforts in Ukraine, the Red Cross is coordinating a large-scale effort which you can contribute to by visiting their website here: https://donate.redcross.ca/page/100227/donate/1Don't forget to follow me on social media, like, subscribe, and please, leave a rating if you like the show:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thetompettyprojectTwitter: https://twitter.com/TomPettyProjectInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thetompettyproject/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt6BLRWuuAR43zHpNKIirOwAll music, including the theme song, provided by my very best friend Randy Woods. Check him out at https://www.randywoodsband.com/Logo provided Ed Booth, who you can find here: https://edboothart.com/The Tom Petty Project is not affiliated with the Tom Petty estate in any way and when you're looking for Tom's music, please visit the official YouTube channel first and go to tompetty.com for official merchandise.A last very special thanks to Paul Zollo. Without his book, Conversations with Tom Petty, this podcast wouldn't be nearly as much fun to research.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-tom-petty-project. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

A History Of Rock Music in Five Hundred Songs
PLEDGE WEEK: “The Name Game” by Shirley Ellis

A History Of Rock Music in Five Hundred Songs

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022


This episode is part of Pledge Week 2022. Every day this week, I'll be posting old Patreon bonus episodes of the podcast which will have this short intro. These are short, ten- to twenty-minute bonus podcasts which get posted to Patreon for my paying backers every time I post a new main episode -- there are well over a hundred of these in the archive now. If you like the sound of these episodes, then go to patreon.com/andrewhickey and subscribe for as little as a dollar a month or ten dollars a year to get access to all those bonus episodes, plus new ones as they appear. Click below for the transcript Transcript Today we're going to take a look at someone who had two big hits, one of which has entered into American pop culture to a ludicrous extent -- long before I ever heard the song I was familiar with references to it in everything from the Simpsons to Stephen King books -- and the other of which is known all over the world, but about whom there's almost no available information, outside the liner notes to one CD. We're going to look at Shirley Ellis, and at "The Name Game": [Excerpt: Shirley Ellis, "The Name Game"] When I say there's almost no available information about Shirley Ellis, I mean it. Normally, with someone who had a couple of major hits in the mid-sixties, there's at least a couple of fan pages out there, but other than a more-perfunctory-than-usual page on Spectropop, there's basically nothing about Shirley Ellis, possibly because unlike most of her contemporaries, even though she lived until 2005 she never hit the nostalgia circuit. The information that is out there is contradictory as well. Some sources have her being born in 1941, while others place her birth much further back, in 1929. I suspect the latter date is more accurate, and that she trimmed a few years off her age when she became a star. Pretty much all the information I'm using here comes from the liner notes of the one CD currently in print from a legitimate source of Ellis' work, and that CD also has a problem which will affect this episode. Ellis released two albums, "In Action" and "The Name Game", which had nine tracks in common. On "In Action", they were overdubbed with crowd noises, more or less at random, to make them sound like they were live recordings, while "The Name Game" had the unadorned studio recordings. Unfortunately, the CD I'm using, for some unfathomable reason, chose to use the fake-live versions, and so that's what I've been forced to excerpt. Ellis grew up in the Bronx, in a family with roots in the West Indies, and started out as many young singers did, winning the talent contest at the Harlem Apollo. But her initial success came as a songwriter, when she wrote a couple of songs for the Sh-Booms -- the group who had formerly been known as the Chords before legal problems led them to rename themselves after their biggest hit: [Excerpt: The Sh-Booms -- "Pretty Wild"] She also wrote "One Two, I Love You" for the Heartbreakers, which pointed the way to the kind of novelty song based around counting and clapping rhymes with which she would have her biggest hits: [Excerpt: The Heartbreakers, "One Two, I Love You"] But while she'd had these minor successes as a songwriter, it wasn't until she teamed up with a more successful writer that she started to make the records for which she was remembered. Ellis was introduced by her husband's cousin to Lincoln Chase, who became her manager, record producer, and writing partner. Chase had already written a number of hits on his own, including "Such a Night" for Clyde McPhatter and the Drifters: [Excerpt: The Drifters, "Such a Night"] which had also been a hit for Johnnie Ray, and "Jim Dandy" for LaVern Baker: [Excerpt: LaVern Baker, "Jim Dandy"] As well as songs for Big Maybelle, Ruth Brown and others. Chase and Ellis spent a couple of years releasing unsuccessful singles under Ellis' full married name, Shirley Elliston, before releasing "The Real Nitty Gritty". Both song and artist soon had their names shortened, and "The Nitty Gritty" by Shirley Ellis went to number eight on the pop charts: [Excerpt: Shirley Ellis, "The Nitty Gritty"] A couple of follow-ups, starting with "That's What the Nitty-Gritty Is" were unsuccessful, and then Shirley got very unlucky. She recorded a version of Chase's "Such a Night", which had been a hit twice before: [Excerpt: Shirley Ellis, "Such a Night"] That started rising up the charts -- and then RCA released Elvis' recording from four years earlier, which had just been an album track, as a single, and that went top twenty, and stopped Ellis' single getting any traction: [Excerpt: Elvis Presley, "Such a Night"] But Ellis came back with "The Name Game", which she co-wrote with Chase, based on a game she used to play as a child: [Excerpt: Shirley Ellis, "The Name Game"] That made number three on the charts, and became an ongoing reference point for a whole generation of Americans. The follow-up, credited to Chase alone, was based on another children's game, and made the US top ten, and also made the top ten in the UK: [Excerpt: Shirley Ellis, "The Clapping Song"] For a while in early 1965, Ellis was a big star, big enough that her songs were getting novelty cover versions by people like Soupy Sales: [Excerpt: Soupy Sales, "The Name Game"] But unfortunately, her next couple of singles flopped, and people seemed to only want one kind of record from Shirley Ellis. She and Chase came up with some unsuccessful experiments, like "You Better Be Good World", an attempt at getting on the protest song bandwagon by singing about nuclear war, while also recording a Christmas song -- the two didn't really mix: [Excerpt: Shirley Ellis, "You Better Be Good World"] After that, more attempts at songs along the lines of her hits followed, like "The Puzzle Song", and "Ever See a Diver Kiss His Wife While The Bubbles Bounce About Above the Water?", but there were no more hits, and Ellis retired in 1968. Chase went on to record a solo album under his own name, which has sadly never been reissued on CD, but I found a vinyl rip on a dodgy MP3 site a while back, and it's fascinating stuff, somewhere between Frank Zappa and George Clinton at points, and quite politically pointed: [Excerpt: Lincoln Chase, "Amos X, Andy Lumumba, and Aunt Jemima No More"] Chase would die in the early eighties, but he and Ellis would go on to get credit for a hit song written almost twenty years after his death. In 1981, the disco artist Stacy Lattislaw would record "Attack of the Name Game", which was inspired by Ellis' hit, and so Chase and Ellis got co-writing credit for it: [Excerpt: Stacy Lattislaw, "Attack of the Name Game"] That wasn't a hit, but in 1999 Mariah Carey and Jay-Z built the number one hit "Heartbreaker" around a sample of that record, meaning that Ellis and Chase got credit for that, too: [Excerpt: Mariah Carey, Heartbreaker] That's not the only influence Ellis had in more recent times -- several people have pointed out the similarity in style between some of Amy Winehouse's records, like "Rehab", and Ellis' big hits. Shirley Ellis, unlike many of her contemporaries, never came out of retirement, and she died in 2005, probably aged seventy-six.

El sótano
El Sótano - Di Versiones (XXVII) - 08/07/22

El sótano

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 59:46


Nuevo episodio de este coleccionable de versiones de grandes clásicos del pop y el rocknroll. Playlist; (sintonía) L84 “Shakin’ all over” (Johnny Kidd and The Pirates) THE CHORDS “Hold on I’m coming” (Sam and Dave) IMPERIAL STATE ELECTRIC “That’s where it’s at” (Sims Twins, Sam Cooke) THE NOMADS “I don’t need no doctor” (Nick Ashford, Ray Charles) THE MAHARAJAS “For your love” (The Yardbirds) TOM PETTY and THE HEARTBREAKERS “Don’t bring me down” (The Animals) SOUTHERN CULTURE ON THE SKIDS “Happy Jack” (The Who) WILLIE and THE POOR BOYS “She never can tell” (Chuck Berry) ROY LONEY “Return to sender” (Elvis) GO TO BLAZES “Yesterday’s numbers” (The Flamin Groovies) THE COAL PORTERS “Ohio” (Crosby, Still, Nash and Young) THE BELLFURIES “When my little girl is smiling” (The Drifters) YOUNG FRESH FELLOWS “I wonder what she’s doing tonight” (Boyce and Hart) THE ACT-UP’S “Baby’s on fire” (Brian Eno) Escuchar audio

Random Soundchecks
"Even The Losers" 2022-07-08 Random Soundcheck

Random Soundchecks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 5:31


Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, summer, and it's just the normal noises in here.

Soccer Capitol Podcast
Episode 52 - St Louis & The Heartbreakers

Soccer Capitol Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 46:46


This week, Mike and Mason are alone again as we venture through the heat and bring you the latest from STL City SC, including what the recently relocated Roman Burki has been up to, how City 2 fared in their last match, and the conclusion of MLS Next Cup. We also have an MLS roundup for you along with some news from the USMNT U20 team! Enjoy! The article from Larry Henry Jr. regarding City 2 players: https://www.mlsnextpro.com/news/josh-yaro-wan-kuzain-headline-top-five-options-for-st-louis-city-s-mls-rosterIf you like the show and want to support us, please subscribe, rate and review! Follow us on Twitter: @soccercapitolFollow us on the Web at: soccer-capitol.comContact us: soccercapitol@gmail.com Timestamps:STL City + Roman Burki's Arrival: 1:53City 2: 4:36U16 Academy + MLS Next Cup: 12:01MLS Roundup: 15:12USMNT U20s: 42:11 "Whiskey on the Mississippi" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
My Rock Moment: Tom Petty and Me - The story of how Jon Scott put Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers on the map!

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 43:55


Jon Scott is the man credited with making Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers one of the biggest bands in the world. One serendipitous day, as a promo man for ABC Records, a little known album by a little known band landed in his lap…and the rest is rock ‘n' roll history.In today's episode we discuss Jon's book, “Tom Petty and Me,” where Jon recounts his journey with the band and his friendship with Tom Petty. And as we approach the 5 year anniversary of Tom's passing, the book is a beautiful tribute to who Tom Petty was behind the scenes - his humor, his generosity, his musical genius…his obsession with fax machines!We'll also touch on the last concert of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers' 40th anniversary tour at The Hollywood Bowl, September 25th, 2017, where Tom pays an emotional tribute to Jon. For those of you that were there - you may have heard it! For those of you who weren't, we've provided audio of that moment in the episode. It's truly incredible!You can purchase an autographed copy of the book, with the foreward written by John Mellencamp, here: https://tompettyandme.com

I Eat Movies Podcast
I Eat Movies #25: Heartbreakers (1984) w/ Jonathan Hertzberg

I Eat Movies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 139:33


Marking a mini-milestone, cohosts Dino and Mike tear their hearts out in I Eat Movies #25: Heartbreakers (1984). Joined by their very first special guest, Jonathan Hertzberg of Fun City Editions, the trio discuss at length writer/director Bobby Roth's early beginnings with a quartet of independent dramas before ascending to a storied career in both film and television. Highlighting Fun City Editions' latest release and its themes of friendship, male insecurity, romance and communication, the fellas examine this proto-bromance that features universally solid turns from the likes of Peter Coyote (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial), Nick Mancuso (Tell Me That You Love Me), Carol Wayne (Surf II) and more. In addition, we dissect the electric sounds of Tangerine Dream's remarkable score and Michael Ballhaus' (After Hours) beautiful photography in this deeply layered gem not seen on home video since the VHS era and now resurrected for the first time in HD and loaded with bonus features! Don't feel blue and cheer up, I Eat Movies #25: Heartbreakers (1984) is here to be your friend. Heartbreakers is available now from Fun City Editions at www.VinegarSyndrome.com Fun City Editions can be found on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and at www.funcityeditions.com

Rock Mysteries
S1E4: The Life and Demise of Johnny Thunders

Rock Mysteries

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 49:00


Perhaps one of the most influential musicians of the 1970s and 80s, former New York Doll Johnny Thunders was a textbook rock star. With a biting guitar style and strong songwriting skills, Thunders was everything you could want in a rock star. After the demise of the Dolls, Thunders and his band the Heartbreakers wowed critics and built a cult following. Later, as a solo artist, Thunders found fleeting success always seemingly a step behind larger fame. Then, in 1991, it all came to a tragic and troubling end as Thunders died in a hotel room in New Orleans. We explore the life and death of rock legend Johnny Thunders with his official biographer Nina Antonia. In Cold Blood by Nina Antonia New York Dolls: Too Much Too Soon by Nina Antonia Looking for Johnny - a documentary Support the Show!: https://patreon.com/rockmysteriesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

My Rock Moment
Tom Petty and Me - The story of how Jon Scott put Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers on the map!

My Rock Moment

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 43:55


Jon Scott is the man credited with making Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers one of the biggest bands in the world. One serendipitous day, as a promo man for ABC Records, a little known album by a little known band landed in his lap…and the rest is rock ‘n' roll history.In today's episode we discuss Jon's book, “Tom Petty and Me,” where Jon recounts his journey with the band and his friendship with Tom Petty. And as we approach the 5 year anniversary of Tom's passing, the book is a beautiful tribute to who Tom Petty was behind the scenes - his humor, his generosity, his musical genius…his obsession with fax machines!We'll also touch on the last concert of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers' 40th anniversary tour at The Hollywood Bowl, September 25th, 2017, where Tom pays an emotional tribute to Jon. For those of you that were there - you may have heard it! For those of you who weren't, we've provided audio of that moment in the episode. It's truly incredible!You can purchase an autographed copy of the book, with the foreward written by John Mellencamp, here: https://tompettyandme.com

The Tom Petty Project
You're Gonna Get It! (with John Paulsen)

The Tom Petty Project

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 35:49


In this special episode, Kevin is joined, once again, by co-host John Paulsen. Today's album wrap up episode covers Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' second album, You're Gonna Get It!.In the episode, the guys both picked their top three songs from the album and both (once again) picked the two heavyweight tracks from the album, but different third tracks. You can find combined "EP" on Spotify here: https://spoti.fi/3HGMUCa. As with the other album wrap episodes, both Kevin and John also suggested an alternate track listing to the album. You can find John's playlist here; https://spoti.fi/3ufL9qn, and Kevin's here; https://spoti.fi/3HPwCHq(Apologies for the quality of my sound again in this one, my recording went through my webcam mic rather than my studio mic unfortunately!)If you want to check out the live version of No Second Thoughts that the guys talked about, you can find that here: https://youtu.be/T483OoprENY. To listen to Kevin's fan-edit version of Dog on the Run, you can find it here: https://youtu.be/VM1gcZOx6Zw and you can find the original here: https://youtu.be/3KaZBwsSLqEIf you are able to donate financially to humanitarian aid relief efforts in Ukraine, the Red Cross is coordinating a large-scale effort which you can contribute to by visiting their website here: https://donate.redcross.ca/page/100227/donate/1Do check out www.4for4.com if you're into fantasy football and follow John on Twitter at https://twitter.com/4for4_JohnDon't forget to follow me on social media, like, subscribe, and please, leave a rating if you like the show:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thetompettyprojectTwitter: https://twitter.com/TomPettyProjectInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thetompettyproject/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt6BLRWuuAR43zHpNKIirOwAll music, including the theme song, provided by Randy Woods. Check him out at https://www.randywoodsband.com/Logo provided Ed Booth, who you can find here: https://edboothart.com/The Tom Petty Project is not affiliated with the Tom Petty estate in any way and when you're looking for Tom's music, please visit the official YouTube channel first and go to tompetty.com for official merchandise.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-tom-petty-project. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Tom Petty Project
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers (with John Paulsen)

The Tom Petty Project

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 33:05


In this special episode, Kevin is joined, once again, by co-host John Paulsen. Today's album wrap up episode covers 1976's debut album, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. In the episode, the guys both picked their top three songs from the album and both picked the two heavyweight tracks from the album, but different third tracks. You can find combined "EP" on Spotify here: https://spoti.fi/3xRybkx. As with the Damn The Torpedoes episode, both Kevin and John also suggested an alternate track listing to the album. You can find John's playlist here; https://spoti.fi/3xS19Rq, and Kevin's here; https://spoti.fi/3xQ6gBt(Apologies for the quality of my sound in this one, my recording went through my webcam mic rather than my studio mic unfortunately!)If you are able to donate financially to humanitarian aid relief efforts in Ukraine, the Red Cross is coordinating a large-scale effort which you can contribute to by visiting their website here: https://donate.redcross.ca/page/100227/donate/1Do check out www.4for4.com if you're into fantasy football and follow John on Twitter at https://twitter.com/4for4_JohnDon't forget to follow me on social media, like, subscribe, and please, leave a rating if you like the show:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thetompettyprojectTwitter: https://twitter.com/TomPettyProjectInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thetompettyproject/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt6BLRWuuAR43zHpNKIirOwAll music, including the theme song, provided by Randy Woods. Check him out at https://www.randywoodsband.com/Logo provided Ed Booth, who you can find here: https://edboothart.com/The Tom Petty Project is not affiliated with the Tom Petty estate in any way and when you're looking for Tom's music, please visit the official YouTube channel first and go to tompetty.com for official merchandise.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-tom-petty-project. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Dan Caplis
Ryan's Riffs, 6/10: Kenny Rogers, Eagles, Adam Ant, Slaughter, The Police, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

Dan Caplis

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 23:37


The Gambler - Kenny Rogers, Desperado - Eagles, Desperate But Not Serious -Adam Ant, Desperately - Slaughter, Every Breath You Take - The Police, Runnin' Down a Dream - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

Ajax Diner Book Club
Ajax Diner Book Club Episode 209

Ajax Diner Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 172:50


Ten Years After "Bad Scene"Big Joe Turner "Shake, Rattle And Roll"Eilen Jewell "Shakin' All Over"Dinosaur Jr. "Repulsion"Aretha Franklin "(Sweet Sweet Baby) Since You've Been Gone"Them "Mystic Eyes"Jessie Mae Hemphill "Married Man Blues"Johnny Cash "The Man Comes Around"Big Bill Broonzy "Terrible Operation Blues"Elvis Costello "Jimmie Standing In the Rain"Steve Earle "Tom Ames' Prayer"Joan Shelley "If the Storms Never Came"Fats Waller "Stay"Jimmie Rodgers "Blue Yodel #9"Nina Simone "Blues for Mama"The Black Keys "Sinister Kid"Gladys Bentley Quintet "Boogie'n My Woogie"The Light Crust Doughboys "Beer Drinkin' Mama"Superchunk "Shallow End"Cafeteria "Poloroids"Shannon McNally "Pale Moon"Justin Townes Earle "Yuma"The Black Crowes "P. 25 London"Drag The River "Bug Country"Valerie June "Shakedown"Lucinda Williams "Joy"Alvin Youngblood hart "Mama Don't Allow"Jimbo Mathus "Poor Lost Souls"The Cactus Blossoms "Everybody (feat. Jenny Lewis)"The Yardbirds "New York City Blues"The Mountain Goats "New Monster Avenue"Ed Young "Reg'lar, Reg'lar, Rolling Under"Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra/Adelaide Hall "Creole Love Call"Jim Weatherly "Midnight Plane To Houston"Hartman's Heartbreakers "Fetch It on Down to My House"Lil Green "My Mellow Man"Hank Williams & The Drifting Cowboys "Settin' the Woods on Fire"Rosalie Hill "Rolled and Tumbled"Billie Holiday "It's Like Reaching for the Moon"Tom Waits "Way Down In The Hole"Fred McDowell "Come and Found You Gone"Marc Ribot y Los Cubanos "Aurora En Pekin"The Lonesome Doves "When We Were Wild"Otis Redding "I've Got Dreams To Remember"James Booker "Feel So Bad"

Famous & Gravy
Florida Man

Famous & Gravy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 58:55


This person died in 2017 at age 66. There was a scrappy defiance in his career choices. He melded California rock with a deep Southern heritage to produce a long string of durable hits. He played the Super Bowl halftime show in 2008. His songs were staples of rock radio for decades, and with hits like “Refugee,”  “Free Fallin' ” and “Into the Great Wide Open.” Today's dead celebrity is Tom Petty.

The 500 with Josh Adam Meyers
321: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - Damn the Torpedoes - Geoff Tate

The 500 with Josh Adam Meyers

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 98:58 Very Popular


Comedian Geoff Tate is all in on iconic rock pioneer Tom Petty and his band the Heartbreakers' 1979 album Damn the Torpedoes. Follow Geoff on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/geofftate/ Follow Geoff on Twitter: https://twitter.com/geofftate Check out Geoff's website: https://www.geofftatecomedy.com/ Follow Josh on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joshadammeyers/ Follow Josh on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JoshAdamMeyers Follow Josh on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joshameyers Follow The 500 on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the500podcast/ Follow The 500 on Twitter: https://twitter.com/the500podcast Follow The 500 on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The500PodcastWithJAM/ Email the show: 500podcast@gmail.com Check the show website: http://the500podcast.com

Sadie Hawkins Pod.
Patreon Preview: Here Comes My Girl (K is for Karaoke)

Sadie Hawkins Pod.

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 2:54


Join us in telling the whole wide world to shove it as we discuss the Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers song Here Comes My Girl and the Relient K is Karaoke version. This is a preview. For the rest sign up at the $5 or $10 level at patreon.com/sadiehawkinspod. // Patreon: www.patreon.com/sadiehawkinspod // Merch: https://sadie-hawkins-pod.creator-spring.com // Voice Mail: (402) 95-SADIE // Email: sadiehawkinspod@gmail.com // Twitter @sadiehawkinspod // Instagram @sadiehawkinspod  

Oakland Warriors Podcast
Steph Petty and the Heartbreakers: The Looney Game!, Jordan Poole the Closer, More Rim Attacks, Warriors Comeback Win Puts ALL the Pressure on Mavs Heading Back to Dallas | WCF, 2-0 | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 243)

Oakland Warriors Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 19:26


That was fun... well, at least the 2nd half! Patrick breaks down the Golden State Warriors' 126-117 Game 2 come-from-behind win over the Dallas Mavericks in the Western Conference Finals. Specifically, he discusses Kevon Looney feasting on Dallas' soft frontcourt, Loon's familiarity with Luka Doncic's style from having guarded prime James Harden in the playoffs, Jordan Poole's love for the brightest postseason lights and his ability to close a game, Stephen Curry's determination to attack the basket and will his team to victory, how these W's are not the Phoenix Suns, and how this loss really was gut punch for the Mavericks and how it puts a TON of pressure on their young team going back to Dallas. WATCH, LISTEN, & SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEW YOUTUBE CHANNEL: youtube.com/OaklandWarriors SUPPORT THE SHOW ON PATREON! patreon.com/OaklandWarriors CONNECT WITH PATRICK: twitter.com/PatrickEpino CONNECT WITH THE POD! bio.link/warriors oaklandwarriors.com twitter.com/OaklandWarriors instagram.com/OaklandWarriorsPod youtube.com/NationalFilmSociety BUY A SHIRT! oaklandwarriors.com BUY US A COFFEE: buymeacoffee.com/OaklandWarriors EMAIL US AT: oaklandwarriors.com@gmail.com LEAVE US A VOICEMAIL AT: 323-863-6044 THE BASKETBALL PODCAST NETWORK: thebasketballpodcastnetwork.com MUSIC BY: Paper Son paperson.bandcamp.com soundcloud.com/paper-son If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.

The B-Side: A Film Stage Podcast
Ep. 95 – Gene Hackman (feat. Mitchell Beaupre)

The B-Side: A Film Stage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 149:07


Welcome to The B-Side, from The Film Stage. Here we talk about movie stars! Not the movies that made them famous or kept them famous, but the ones that they made in between. Today we discuss perhaps the greatest living actor: Gene Hackman! Dan and Conor are joined by one of their good, good friends Mitchell Beaupre! Senior Editor at Letterboxd, co-host of their Weekend Watchlist podcast (as well as the brand new podcast Acting Out with Ryan and Mitchell), and contributor to great sites like The Film Stage (!), Paste Magazine, The Playlist, and Little White Lies. Our B-Sides today are: All Night Long, The Package, Heartbreakers, and Welcome to Mooseport. We talk Hackman's beginnings, Mitchell's superb piece on Hackman's spectacular 2001, the actor's own reflections on his accomplished career, his mid-career hiatus, and - finally - his frequent combativeness with his directors. Additional topics include Tommy Lee Jones' wild ‘90s, Jennifer Love Hewitt's recollection of Heartbreakers (both the good and the bad), the work of René Descartes, Nicolas Roeg's Hackman-starring epic Eureka, and the iconic Fox television show Party of Five. Be sure to give us a follow on Twitter and Facebook at @TFSBSide. Also enter our giveaways, get access to our private Slack channel, and support new episodes by becoming a Patreon contributor. We are also now on Spotify and Stitcher. Enjoy!

Talkhouse Podcast
Mike Campbell with Margo Price

Talkhouse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 34:31 Very Popular


On this week's Talkhouse Podcast we've got a legendary guitarist and songwriter in conversation with one of our favorite repeat guests: Mike Campbell and Margo Price. Campbell is best known as Tom Petty's right-hand man, a position he proudly held for five decades until Petty's untimely death in 2017. Together they wrote some of the Heartbreakers' best known songs, including “Refugee,” “Here Comes My Girl,” and “You Got Lucky.” Campbell also produced a bunch of Petty solo and Heartbreakers songs, and has contributed his playing and writing skills to lots of other artists, too. I was surprised to learn just recently that Campbell co-wrote Don Henley's massive “Boys of Summer,” too. Who knew? But even before the end of the Heartbreakers' run, Campbell would spend time with his side band, the Dirty Knobs, where he not only plays guitar but also sings and writes the lyrics. The band recently released their second studio album, External Combustion, which is where today's other guest comes in. Margo Price is a firecracker of a singer and songwriter who doesn't exactly fit neatly into the world of country—which is perhaps why she's been so embraced by folks outside of that world. Jack White's Third Man Records released Price's first two albums, including her killer debut from 2016, Midwest Farmer's Daughter, and though she lives in Nashville, her sound is more old-school country than new. Her last album is 2020's That's How Rumors Get Started, though as you'll hear in this chat, she's been working on both new music and an upcoming memoir. She pulls no punches, so both should be great. Oh, and she found some time to help out with some vocals on The Dirty Knobs' latest, specifically on a song called “State of Mind.” As a longtime fan of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, she was excited as hell to work with Campbell, and the feeling was mutual. Check out “State of Mind” here. Classic sounding, right? In this chat, Campbell and Price talk about getting back on the road after so long away. They talk about songwriting with other people: Price thinks it can be more personal than sleeping with someone. Campbell gets Price excited by revealing that he's being joined on some dates by old-school Heartbreakers drummer Stan Lynch. And the two make plans to meet up on the road, specifically when they're both opening huge amphitheaters for Chris Stapleton in June. Enjoy! Thanks for listening to the Talkhouse Podcast, and thanks to Margo Price and Mike Campbell for chatting. If you like what you heard, please follow Talkhouse on your favorite podcasting platforms and social media channels. This episode was produced by Myron Kaplan, and the Talkhouse theme is composed and performed by the Range. See you next time!

Cycling Odysseys
S2 Ep47: 2022 Itzulia: Keeping Count of Breakaway Heartbreakers

Cycling Odysseys

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 11:01


"Allow me to introduce another award....I draw upon the idea of Ace Fighter Pilots."

Wong Notes
Mike Campbell Likes the “Real Stuff”

Wong Notes

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 48:41 Very Popular


The Heartbreakers' guitarist and Dirty Knobs frontman answers deep questions about songwriting, producing, and hitmaking. Get 30% off your first year of DistroKid by going here: https://www.youtube.com/redirect?event=video_description&redir_token=QUFFLUhqbFhsVENfSEoweXlsaFNnSWQwM2RHNlZYMGdfQXxBQ3Jtc0tsM3pTeHpBRG1NXzJQRDdOSDRlalYxLVprUlF5cDM1eC03YjlHNGRWLUlxbUdyVTZRbDJUeVJpclh1SlowdkhFSjRCM1BzZzBWTkVlWHBkZGF6bzItQzUzTlBMV01HM2Vzbkd5UUlXWXkyYWUwRTFFNA&q=http%3A%2F%2Fdistrokid.com%2Fvip%2Fcorywong (http://distrokid.com/vip/corywong) Visit Mike Campbell: https://www.thedirtyknobs.com/ (https://www.thedirtyknobs.com/) Hit us up: wongnotes@premierguitar.com Visit Cory: https://www.youtube.com/redirect?event=video_description&redir_token=QUFFLUhqbk1tMGhEZUJDNW9WSHJlZjhUQTF2eTE4bU1mZ3xBQ3Jtc0tsR3FtcVR3dU1CTUZUOF9PUXRzdXBpRG53TGU5ZDAxYU9rZ0M5TzJoVHA4RUZPNXhDVXdYWVZvdmVBN0lXQ2tEa3RlWHpwLWxFYlN0RjNhOFlleHUxd1BCdDhwZEJUV2czOEJ3djRCaEhVTWxDeXhVOA&q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.corywongmusic.com (https://www.corywongmusic.com) Visit Premier Guitar: https://www.youtube.com/redirect?event=video_description&redir_token=QUFFLUhqbDdydmxPMGc4RWFVbmVLelpSMm1IclNvenU5d3xBQ3Jtc0tuYUVjV3Y1MFdKeWxUUDVnTEdVbGtndTgzNG5EMVZFQjRGOTlEYUdaVEJTYkgxRTBEUmI1dGVQWjZ0YWllNlNUa1AzcnV3NF9xN21zdUV2alZTQm94MmlXQnJCcXlwRTUtMDlEOE9scDJrSHVOS01JZw&q=http%3A%2F%2Fpremierguitar.com (http://premierguitar.com) Twitter: https://www.youtube.com/redirect?event=video_description&redir_token=QUFFLUhqbE4zUWVYZWpQSHBlY20yM2plak1kanE2Sk9rZ3xBQ3Jtc0tsRS1TRmRNTEs1WWpQOHMxWG5aMENSd2hMaTZvMUl5Vm5BSEFvb3AxbThEcGI4d2ExaFc3NEN4Uk5Md2pmRnptLXhMQ1JMUVVOdm01dkxsdzZGOU4wemcxUW9VUHpxajlVNWJRekV2Q2w1emlEWVBKMA&q=https%3A%2F%2Ftwitter.com%2Fwongnotespod (https://twitter.com/wongnotespod) IG: https://www.youtube.com/redirect?event=video_description&redir_token=QUFFLUhqbnRlQUJYQmxvU25kenB4RWR3R0hQc0JqbmVuZ3xBQ3Jtc0traC01d3Q2LWV4N2lNMnJGRWoycWtUTHRtUTIwbFFxTVZQeVlSR2hlTHlNTGNVOTZLeE83cm5vdFlTVk15Tnp2eDBtcmdVUEp2cjdlUjJfNDYtZDYtd0NQUTJHNmdRNUdTaGQxU2pMWGFjRVdSLWVaWQ&q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.instagram.com%2Fwongnotespod (https://www.instagram.com/wongnotespod) Produced by Jason Shadrick and Cory Wong Additional Editing by Shawn Persinger Presented by DistroKid