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Rock N Roll Pantheon
Ditty TV: Russell Carter

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 52:15


Atlanta native Russell Carter is our guest this hour. He's joining Amy Wright to discuss his exciting career, which began in entertainment law, representing bands like R.E.M. and Widespread Panic and led to the establishment of his own management company, working with artists including Shawn Mullins and Indigo Girls. Carter is also to thank for the Wire & Wood Songwriters Festival in Alpharetta, GA, and the 30A Songwriters Festival in South Walton, Florida, a premier festival with past performers including Jackson Browne, Brandi Carlile, Brian Wilson, Emmylou Harris, Graham Nash, John Prine, Grace Potter, Jason Isbell, and hundreds of others. Russell shares all sorts of interesting details about his life's journey, and we're honored to have him on the program. Part of Pantheon Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Whole 'Nuther Thing
Episode 662: Whole 'Nuther Thing January 2, 2022

Whole 'Nuther Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 116:35


 "Just a perfect day, drink sangria in the parkAnd then later, when it gets dark we go homeJust a perfect day, feed animals in the zooThen later a movie, too, and then homeOh, it's such a perfect day, I'm glad I spent it with you"Looking for a "Perfect" 2 hours, perhaps a New Years resolution you can stick with? Join me for "Whole 'Nuther Thing's 1st Sunday Edition of 2022 as I begin my 22nd year on the air in Southern California and where you'll find tunes from Talking Heads, Roxy Music, Patti Smith, Jeff Buckley, George Harrison, Tim Buckley, Simon &Garfunkel, Frank Sinatra, Lee Michaels, Vanilla Fudge, Billy Joel, Tom Petty & Heartbreakers, Led Zeppelin, Brian Auger w Julie Driscoll, Barbara Streisand, Police, Paul McCartney, Elton John, Dan Fogelberg, Jackson Browne, Beatles, Jim Croce, Marmalade and Lou Reed. 

Whole 'Nuther Thing
Episode 662: Whole 'Nuther Thing January 2, 2022

Whole 'Nuther Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 120:53


"Just a perfect day, drink sangria in the parkAnd then later, when it gets dark we go homeJust a perfect day, feed animals in the zooThen later a movie, too, and then homeOh, it's such a perfect day, I'm glad I spent it with you"Looking for a "Perfect" 2 hours, perhaps a New Years resolution you can stick with? Join me for "Whole 'Nuther Thing's 1st Sunday Edition of 2022 as I begin my 22nd year on the air in Southern California and where you'll find tunes from Talking Heads, Roxy Music, Patti Smith, Jeff Buckley, George Harrison, Tim Buckley, Simon &Garfunkel, Frank Sinatra, Lee Michaels, Vanilla Fudge, Billy Joel, Tom Petty & Heartbreakers, Led Zeppelin, Brian Auger w Julie Driscoll, Barbara Streisand, Police, Paul McCartney, Elton John, Dan Fogelberg, Jackson Browne, Beatles, Jim Croce, Marmalade and Lou Reed.

CLAVE DE ROCK
CLAVE DE ROCK T03C030 Lo Mejor de 2021 en Rock (II) (02/01/2022)

CLAVE DE ROCK

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 61:10


Traemos hoy más canciones de rock, de las mejores de 2021 en nuestra opinión, del subgénero poprock o powerpop, que en algunos casos se convierte en power-rock. El veterano Jackson Browne inicia la andadura con disco Downhill From Everywhere y sus sonidos clásicos. Jesse Malin, antes rudo y punky es ahora un popero de categoría con su Sad And Beautiful World. Los powerpoperos The Brothers Steve se maridan con su vecinos The Reflectors en el pop y rock cálido californiano, como los Legal Matters que firman discos imperecederos de poprock clásico. Desde Milano, Radio Days dejan una impronta con multitud de acentos a la que responden los Lolas con su poprock en All Rise. Brent Seavers y Jay Gonzalez nos dejaron obras muy completas con su BS Stands For y Back To The Hive, respectivamente, mientras John Paul Keith nos deja un número 1 a la Buddy Holly. Mark & The Clouds tienen sonidos que en Londres pocos deben escuchar ahora, como los locos de Southern Culture On The Skids. Timmy Sean es otro powerpoper que congenia bastante con Ryan Hamilton y dejo constancia del gran hacer de los caravaqueños Octubre antes de dejarlo con el excelente riff de Tommy Womack. Más éxitos de 2021 la próxima semana.Jackson Browne, My Cleveland HeartJesse Malin, BackstabbersThe Brothers Steve, Wizard Of LoveThe Reflectors, Radio SignalsThe Legal Matters, Light Up The SkyRadio Days, No One To BlameThe Lolas, Never To Be MineBrent Seavers, FlatlineJay Gonzalez, (I Wanna) Hold YouJohn Paul Keith, Ain't Done Loving You YetMark & The Clouds, You Wanna Put Me DownSouthern Culture On The Skids, Call MeTimmy Sean, My Jaded LoveRyan Hamilton, How Could You Want Him (When You Know You Could Have Me)Octubre, Otro DespertarTommy Womack, Pay It Forward

Como lo oyes
Como lo oyes - Nuevas Canciones Secretas 2021 - 30/12/21

Como lo oyes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 58:38


Se anunció este año el regreso de James Taylor de gira por España. Será a principios de marzo. Y apareció siete años después el nuevo disco de Jackson Browne, con quien realizamos un programa entero en conexión con su casa de Los Ángeles. Jackson ha estado de gira verano y otoño en Norteamérica con James Taylor. Y a Taylor Swift le pusieron el nombre precisamente como homenaje a James. Nueva canción de Alejandro Sanz y nueva también de Boza y nuevo álbum de su admirado John Mayer. Y nuevos discos de Morgan, Leon Bridges, de Jesús Astorga (Religión) o de Saint Etienne. DISCO 1 SAINT ETIENNE Music Again (5’46’) Music Again 2021 DISCO 2 LEON BRIDGES Dont Worry (6’41) 3º Gold Diggers Sound 2021 DISCO 3 MORGAN Alone (7’07) The River And The Stone 2021 DISCO 4 JAMES TAYLOR Ananas (5’45) Hourglass 1997 DISCO 5 TAYLOR SWIFT Willow (90's trend remix) (3’45) 2021 DISCO 6 JESÚS ASTORGA En Tierra de Fuego (5’36) 2021 DISCO 7 CARMEN BOZA Caramelo 4’45 2021 DISCO 8 JOHN MAYER I Guess I Just Feel Like (4’46) Sob Rock 2021 DISCO 9 JACKSON BROWNE Downhill From Everywhere (5’45) 2021 DISCO 10 ALEJANDRO SANZ Mares de miel (4’42) 2021 Escuchar audio

Here & Now
Jackson Browne's 'Downhill From Everywhere'; Forecasting 2022 housing market

Here & Now

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 41:31


Jackson Browne's "Downhill From Everywhere" has received a Grammy nomination for Best Americana Album. We revisit our conversation with Browne from July. And, this year's real estate market was a wild ride marked by low inventory, bidding wars and prices surging to historic highs. Lawrence Yun, chief economist for the National Association of Realtors, shares housing market predictions for 2022.

Debts No Honest Man Can Pay
Debts-cember 2021 Part 3 - Best of the Rest

Debts No Honest Man Can Pay

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 311:13


On this week's show, we wrap up the merry month of Debts-cember (and the year in general) with... the most honorable of mentions the runners-up that fill our cup the best of the rest of 2021  All this & much, much less! Debts No Honest Man Can Pay is over 2 rock-solid hours of musical eclectica & other noodle stories. The show started in 2003 at WHFR-FM (Dearborn, MI), moved to WGWG-FM (Boiling Springs, NC) in 2006 & Plaza Midwood Community Radio (Charlotte, NC) in 2012, with a brief pit-stop at WLFM-FM (Appleton, WI) in 2004.

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What the Riff?!?
1983 - August: The Fixx "Reach the Beach"

What the Riff?!?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 39:40


While The Fixx had already experienced success on the charts with their debut album in 1982, their sophomore studio album entitled Reach the Beach would be this London New Wave group's most successful effort.  This album was released in May 1983, and was heading up the charts in August.The Fixx was led by singer/songwriter Cyril Jon "Cy" Curnin on vocals.  Other members of the band included Rupert Greenall on keyboards, Jamie West-Oram on guitar and Adam Woods on percussion.  Bassist Alfie Agius was with the band at the start of the recording but left partway through the sessions and was replaced by Dan K. Brown would would not become a full member until their next album.Reach the Beach would top out on the Billboard album charts at number 8, and would feature prominently in the British Invasion New Wave sound of the early 80's.  Curnin and Woods founded the band, originally calling it “Portraits.”  They took the name The Fixx after guitarist West-Oram joined, and changed the spelling to The Fixx as a condition for signing with MCA Records, who was concerned about drug user implication of the name.The Fixx continue to record and tour today, and have an album being released in 2022Friend of the show John Lynch joins us for this album feature. Saved By ZeroThis first single released from the album was a big hit, reaching number 20 on the charts in August 1983.  It is inspired by the Buddhist mantra Sunyata, and reflects the freedom in not holding on to anything - of having nothing to lose.  Ironically, Toyota used the song to advertise zero percent financing on their cars.RunningA deeper cut with a lot of energy and a heavy use of synthesizers, this track has a great new wave feel.  The lyrics reflect a recurring anxious dream of running, but not being able to get away from the danger.Reach the BeachThe title track is also a deep cut which was not released as a single.  The synthesizers are prominent on this song as well.  The lyrics use drifting in the ocean as a metaphor for being away from a lover and the hope of the relationship is stated as reaching the beach.One Thing Leads to AnotherThe biggest hit from the album is the band's most successful single and their signature song.  The tune is a critique of politicians who won't "do what they say, say what you mean."  Curnin said about this song, if you're going to be a liar you need to be a good one or things will go "pear shaped" quickly. ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:Old Time Rock and Roll by Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band (from the motion picture “Risky Business”)Tom Cruise demonstrates the proper way to dance in your underwear in this teen flick. STAFF PICKS:Lawyers In Love by Jackson BrowneBruce's staff pick is the first single off Browne's seventh studio album.  It peaked at number 12 and was his last top 20 hit on American pop charts to date.  It's a political song, but has a dry wit about the cold war conservatism and materialism of Reagan's America.  (Keep Feeling) Fascination by the Human LeagueBrian features another popular new wave hit with a great bass riff.  This song hit number 1 on the US dance charts and number 8 on the pop charts.  “And then the conversation turned until the sun went down, and many fantasies were learned on that day.”Red Red Wine by UB40John Lynch brings us a reggae cover of a song originally performed by Neil Diamond in 1967.  This song hit number 1 on the charts in the US, UK, and Canada, and number 2 on the Australian charts.  The lyrics are about a man who can only drown his sorrows from love lost in red wine.It's a Mistake by Men at WorkRob's staff pick tells the story of a soldier who hits the wrong button by mistake, starting World War III.  Cold war imagery made a frequent appearance in song lyrics and videos at the time. INSTRUMENTAL TRACK:Love On a Real Train by Tangerine DreamWe close out with a jazz instrumental from German band Tangerine Dream which appeared in "Risky Business."  

RockPopandRoll
Ep. 24: Jackson Browne and the 80's - Rating his Singles and his Decade

RockPopandRoll

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 27:12


Let's do a little Jackson Browne history: Browne wrote several songs for Nitty Gritty Dirt Band early on - he was briefly a member in 1966 before they were signed. He co-wrote the first Billboard Top 40 hit for the Eagles  in 1972 with "Take It Easy". Browne released his debut album in 1972, which had one Top 40 hit, "Doctor, My Eyes" (#8) and another that should have been "Rock Me on the Water" (#48) With his third album, Late for the Sky, he reached number 14 on the Billboard 200 album chart, and earned a Grammy nomination for Album of the Year.  It was his fourth album, The Pretender – produced by Jon Landau - that cracked the top 5  on the album chart with singles "Here Come Those Tears Again" (#23)  and "The Pretender" (an FM radio hit).  By the time he got to the 1980's, he was ready for some radio hits and some MTV love. Browne was one of the singer songwriters that bridged the late 60s/early 70 socially conscious singer songwriter with the days of AOR and guitars, loud drums and the rock and roll that ruled a lot of radio in the 80s. His 70s output is underrated and the classic rock stations of today only skim the same few, forgetting a lot of his catalog.  Jackson is one of those musicians who we take for granted a bit, and maybe dismiss when his thoughts, actions, and causes don't match up politically and socially with with our own.  But that doesn't make him any less great.  He is a rock guy who makes an effort to be an artist.  And has done it for more than 50 years.  Followed his heart.  His beliefs.  His art.  Jackson Browne is important in the telling the story of rock's history.  We talk about his 70s output, what happened in the 90s and beyond, but focus this podcast on Jackson Browne in the 1980's, his golden years of getting played on the radio.   SUBSCRIBE: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts CONTACT: EMAIL: rockpoprollpodcast@gmail.com  TWITTER: @80srockpopandroll  FACEBOOK: @rockpopandroll ROB'S INSTAGRAM: @rockrob WEBSITE: rockpopandroll.com

Música de Contrabando
MÚSICA DE CONTRABANDO T31C056 Los Zigarros vuelven a Rock en Navidad y aprovechamos para charlar con Alvaro Tormo de guitarras y planes (17/12/2021)

Música de Contrabando

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 121:59


En Música de Contrabando, revista diaria de música en Onda Regional de Murcia (orm.es, 00'00- 02,00h).Liam Gallagher, James Blake, Bonobo y Fuel Fandango son algunos de los artistas que se suman al cartel de la primera edición del festival Cala Mijas, que tendrá lugar en Málaga los días 1, 2 y 3 de septiembre.American Football nos han dado una sorpresa esta semana compartiendo dos nuevas canciones.Sound Isidro se extenderá durante los meses de mayo y junio de 2022, contando tanto con artistas internacionales y nacionales (Marcelo García Marín Criminal).Tras anunciar su separación en 2015, Óscar d'Aniello (Delafé) y Helena Miquel (las Flores Azules) regresarán a los escenarios en 2022, con una nueva gira de conciertos con la que celebrarán no sólo su reunión, sino el 20º aniversario del proyecto musical. Otros dos adelantos de Big Thief están de vuelta con un nuevo álbum que llegará el próximo 11 de febrero con el título de Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe In You. Después de un tiempo sin publicar nada nuevo (exceptuando su colaboración con Manny Bowsmound en la canción “El Golpe”), Tito Ramirez vuelve con con dos nuevas canciones.Un Señor de Murcia lanza su LP "Propósito de enmiendas". JACKSON BROWNE ha recibido una nominación al GRAMMY al Mejor Álbum Americana, por su último trabajo 'Downhill From Everywhere'. Miqui Puig está de vuelta con “Cadera de mimbre, la leyenda”, canción grabada junto a Irantzu Valencia, de La Buena Vida. “Cadera de mimbre, la leyenda” formará parte del próximo disco de Puig, Miqui Puig Canta vol 7. MALVA estrena último single, «Nostalgia soy» , perteneciente a su EP «La televisión y sus efectos secundarios». The Sand vuelve a conquistar al mundo con "Kiss me". Los Zigarros vuelven a Rock en Navidad (Las Torres de Cotillas) y aprovechamos para charlar con Alvaro Tormo de guitarras y planes. El Christmas Rock anuncia la navidad. Vuelve a las plazas con un aforo limitado a 700 personas por la actual situación sanitaria (se podrán obtener las invitaciones a través de compralaentrada.com el día antes) y una apuesta por el talento más joven. Hemos reunido a Claudia Orellana (Son Buenos) Jose Antonio Herrera y Marcos Funky (dirección y arreglos de la Christmas Rock Band) y Marta Wonders, para que nos cuenten el desarrollo del evento (se obsequiará a los asistentes con un Cd del X Christmas Rock) y nos inoculen las buenas vibraciones del espíritu navideño.

Face2Face with David Peck
Tradition & Turtle Island

Face2Face with David Peck

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 44:15


Ron Chapman and Face2Face host David Peck talk about his new films Shelter and From Earth to Sky, architecture, tradition and Turtle Island, xenophobia, collaboration, and common ground, and why it's better to give than to receive. Synopsis:From Earth To Sky is a unique and inspiring story of a proud and accomplished collective of Indigenous architects, driving a movement as climate change threatens the planet. They are world leaders in aesthetic, form, sustainability and ultimately protecting mother earth. Their stories have never been more important.Shelter is the inspirational story of how these brave Jewish immigrants survived religious persecution in their homelands to build wildly successful real estate and land development businesses and help shape a growing metropolis by making it a refuge for all newcomers to Toronto.About Ron:Director and producer Ron Chapman is an award-winning Toronto filmmaker. His feature documentaries have garnered acclaim worldwide and have aired on major networks and platforms. They include: Who the F**K is Arthur Fogel, featuring Lady Gaga, U2, The Police, Madonna, Rush, and key music industry insiders; The Poet of Havana, with Carlos Varela, Benicio Del Toro, Jackson Browne; and The Forbidden Shore, an in-depth exploration of Cuba's top musical artists.Shelter is one of three films Ron has produced and directed being released 2021. It will have its world premiere as the opening film of the Toronto Jewish Film Festival, June 3, 2021. His other documentary feature From Earth to Sky, the story of seven Indigenous architects from Turtle Island, will have its world-broadcast premiere on TVO, June 21st 2021, National Indigenous Peoples Day.Ron is currently in production on a new music documentary investigating 1969's The Toronto Rock N Roll Revival – what Rolling Stone called “the second most important event in rock history” – with John Lennon and the Plastic Ono Band, Bo Diddly, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Gene Vincent, The Doors, Chicago and more, for release 2022.For more about the film and Ron's work head here.Image Copyright and Credit: Chapman Productions.F2F Music and Image Copyright: David Peck and Face2Face. Used with permission.For more information about David Peck's podcasting, writing and public speaking please visit his site here.With thanks to Josh Snethlage and Mixed Media Sound. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Records Revisited
Episode 217: Episode 217: Pat Francis of Rock Solid discusses Jackson Browne’s “Hold Out”

Records Revisited

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 88:15


The guys welcome Pat Francis of Rock Solid Podcast to discuss Jackson Browne's "Hold Out" from 1980. Plenty of other discussion including Chicago at Carnegie, Lou Gramm, Wayne's horrible lighting, celebrity autographs and Joan Jett, Andy Summers, the fall of disco, Little Feat, Jackson's other songs and their peak chart positions, and we find out that Wayne doesn't like guitars tuned to sound like mandolins.  Check Pat and the Rock Solid Podcast out at: http://www.rocksolidpodcast.com/Check Jackson Browne out at: https://www.jacksonbrowne.com/Check out other episodes at RecordsRevisitedPodcast.com, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Castbox, iHeartMedia, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Additional content is found at: Facebook.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast or twitter @podcastrecords or IG at instagram.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast/ or join our Patreon at patreon.com/RecordsRevisitedPodcast

What the Riff?!?
1982 - October: Squeeze “Singles - 45 and Under”

What the Riff?!?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 44:44


Squeeze came out of the mid-70's New Wave scene in the UK, but would cross genres into Rockabilly, R&B, and Psychedelia by the early 80's.  In 1982 they released Singles - 45's and Under as a compilation album of their biggest hits.  Squeeze was led by two singer songwriters, Chris Dilford (rhythm guitar and vocals) and Glenn Tilbrook (keyboards, lead guitar, vocals) who composed most of their material.  At the time of the release of this “greatest hits” album, the band had broken up, leaving only Dilford and Tilbrook as a duet.  The pair would normally work with Dilford writing the lyrics and Tilbrook writing and singing the music.  Squeeze was inspired by the Kinks, the Beatles, David Bowie, and Elvis Costello (who co-produced their breakthrough album, East Side Stories).  They started when Dilford stole money from his mom's pocketbook to place an ad for a guitarist "for his band," which didn't exist.  Tilbrook was the only one who responded, and the rest, as they say, was history.The group wove stories with their songs, usually lighthearted, with a healthy sense of humor.  While Wayne and Bruce are away, friends of the show Todd Hendricks and Bill Cook join Rob and Brian for this album feature. TemptedThe first commercial breakthrough comes from their fourth studio album, “East Side Story.” It is unusual because it features Paul Carrack on lead vocals rather than Glenn Tilbrook or Chris Dilford.  The sound was inspired by The Temptations, and the lyrics were inspired from Dilford's experiences in touring North America.Up the JunctionThis deeper cut was originally released in 1979 on their second album "Cool for Cats."  Glenn Tilbrook takes on his normal role as lead singer.  This is a little bit of working class humor about a man living with a woman who becomes pregnant.  The song is unusual in that it doesn't have a chorus, but tells the story in a "stream of consciousness" style.Pulling Mussels (from the Shell)Originally released on their third studio album, Argybargy, this track is an audio snapshot of a British budget holiday camp by the sea.  It did not hit the US charts, but got airplay on College radio stations.  "Pulling Mussels" is British slang for sex.  There are lots of humorous lyrics in this story.Black Coffee in BedThe first single from the fifth Squeeze album, "Sweets from a Stranger," and was a hit on the US Mainstream Chart - the only song to chart from that album.  Elvis Costello and Paul Young sing backing vocals on this track about a lost love. ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:Main Theme from the television series "St. Elsewhere”This hospital-centered show debuted in October 1982.  The stories centered around a Catholic hospital named Saint Eligius.  Howie Mandel would get his big break as a member of this cast. STAFF PICKS:Jack & Diane by John CougarBrian brings us a famous “little ditty” about high school romance by John Cougar before he took on his real last name.  Though some thought it was autobiographical, John Mellencamp has said that it is a story about what he observed in small town America.  Mellencamp didn't like the song at first and didn't want to release it, but was fortunately convinced to do so by others.Abracadabra by the Steve Miller BandBill Cook (aka “Lil‘ Wayne”) features a hit from Miller's 12th studio album.  Though we're not convinced that this is Miller's best work (and the video is horrible), the “breathy synthesizer” and pop sensibilities gave it significant airplay on both pop and rock stations. The lyrics were inspired by Diana Ross.Somebody's Baby by Jackson BrowneSpecial guest Todd Hendricks' staff pick was the last Jackson Browne song to chart.  It didn't appear on any Browne album until years later on a "Greatest Hits" album.  It was released on the soundtrack from "Fast Times at Ridgemont High."  Browne was originally known as a songwriter before he rolled out his solo work.When the War Is Over by Cold ChiselRob's closes out the staff picks with a track recommended by Mark Whyte, a friend of the show from Australia.  Cold Chisel is a very popular band in Australia, but is not well known in the United States. This is off their 1982 album, "Circus Animals" and features multiple singers taking turns on lead vocals. INSTRUMENTAL TRACK:Spunky by Bob JamesThis week's podcast closes out with a jazz instrumental from James' 1982 album "Hands Down."

The Big 550 KTRS
Theo with Whatcha' Watchin'

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 8:10


Plenty of holiday season spots and events popping up this week, James Taylor and Jackson Browne in concert, plus more!

Debts No Honest Man Can Pay
The Ocelot In The Room

Debts No Honest Man Can Pay

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 143:05


We aim to rouse you from your post-Thanksgiving food coma with our Black Friday Spectacular, featuring selections from... Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band's Legendary 1979 No Nukes Concert  The 20th anniversary edition of Air's 10 000 Hz Legend  Courtney Barnett's Things Take Time, Take Time  Lucinda Williams' Have Yourself a Rockin' Little Christmas  All this & much, much less Debts No Honest Man Can Pay is over 2 rock-solid hours of musical eclectica & other noodle stories. The show started in 2003 at WHFR-FM (Dearborn, MI), moved to WGWG-FM (Boiling Springs, NC) in 2006 & Plaza Midwood Community Radio (Charlotte, NC) in 2012, with a brief pit-stop at WLFM-FM (Appleton, WI) in 2004.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
The Music Plays the Band w/ Rob Koritz of Dark Star Orchestra: Jason Crosby (Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Jackson Browne and MANY others)

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 82:28


This week Rob talks with multi-instrumentalist Jason Crosby. Jason takes time out while on the road with Jackson Browne to talk about his musical upbringing and the amazing opportunities that he had. Coming from a classical background, Jason's indoctrination into the world of improvisation was literally learning while on stage. His exposure to the Dead came at a relatively late age but soon he was learning about the music while onstage with Phil Lesh and Bob Weir. Jason shares great stories about playing with them and many of the other legendary performers he has worked with. Also on this episode is Nate Powell of Memphis based Left Unsung and we honor Lee Dorsey in the Black Music Moment. Support the show (https://www.themusicplaystheband.net) Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/themusicplays) https://paypal.me/themusicplays Grateful Sweats Subtle and Unique Dead Inspired Gear Sarno Music Solutions Producing the finest musical instrument audio gear, designed and hand-built in St. Louis, Missouri Blue Jade Audio Mastering St louis's primary audio mastering service since 1999 The Authenticity Academy Get in touch with your authentic self. Offering you online courses and private coaching. CLEAN Store Software driven solutions and concierge service for all of your branding and apparel needs https://www.cleanuniform.com/branding-apparel-store/ Part of Pantheon Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Music Plays the Band w/ Rob Koritz of Dark Star Orchestra
Ep 24 Jason Crosby (Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Jackson Browne and MANY others)

The Music Plays the Band w/ Rob Koritz of Dark Star Orchestra

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 82:58


This week Rob talks with multi-instrumentalist Jason Crosby. Jason takes time out while on the road with Jackson Browne to talk about his musical upbringing and the amazing opportunities that he had. Coming from a classical background, Jason's indoctrination into the world of improvisation was literally learning while on stage. His exposure to the Dead came at a relatively late age but soon he was learning about the music while onstage with Phil Lesh and Bob Weir. Jason shares great stories about playing with them and many of the other legendary performers he has worked with. Also on this episode is Nate Powell of Memphis based Left Unsung and we honor Lee Dorsey in the Black Music Moment. Support the show (https://www.themusicplaystheband.net) Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/themusicplays) https://paypal.me/themusicplays Grateful Sweats Subtle and Unique Dead Inspired Gear Sarno Music Solutions Producing the finest musical instrument audio gear, designed and hand-built in St. Louis, Missouri Blue Jade Audio Mastering St louis's primary audio mastering service since 1999 The Authenticity Academy Get in touch with your authentic self. Offering you online courses and private coaching. CLEAN Store Software driven solutions and concierge service for all of your branding and apparel needs https://www.cleanuniform.com/branding-apparel-store/ Part of Pantheon Podcasts

Burning Man LIVE
Chef Juke's Wild Art Car RIDE

Burning Man LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 44:52


Let's take a trip from Burning Man in 1994 to Sotheby's Auction House in 2021; from the Department of Mutant Vehicles to the Radical Inclusion, Diversity & Equity stewardship; from Oregon to Nebraska to Las Vegas; from a sense of wonder to BRC 2022. Listening to this may inspire you to do something you hadn't considered before.Burning Man Culture: Radical Inclusion, Diversity & EquityBurning Man: Sotheby's Art Auction: Boundless SpaceBurning Man Staff: Patrice Mackey aka Chef Jukewww.chefjuke.comBurning Man: Henry Chang and ArtgineeringLIVE.BURNINGMAN.ORGlive@burningman.org

Strokecast
Surfer, Author, and Survivor Blake Hill's Journey

Strokecast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 62:14


Click here for a machine-generated transcript. Blake Hill is an over achiever with an easy going attitude. Talking to him, you get the sense of a calm guy going with the flow, but underneath, he is paddling like crazy to get to the next big wave. After surviving a stroke, the turbulence in his life continued to increase, to the point where he was biking up a mountain in Canada and knew it was time to write Westfalia. We explore the events leading up to his mainly auto-biographical novel in this episode. To listen to episode, click the player above or click this link. About Blake Hill Blake is often thought of as a quiet person. Put a strong cup of good coffee in him and he becomes a chatter box. Although quiet on the surface his brain is always engaged and bounces from thought to thought. If you ask him his greatest accomplishment in life. It would be his role as Dad. Blake has two amazing children. He has spent countless hours flying on airplanes and traveling the world with his pro-surfer son. They have chased waves from California to Europe, Mexico, Indonesia, Japan, Australia and countless other destinations. He's the proud dad of a daughter who's strong and independent with a passion for dance. Blake's professional life began in the movie business doing lighting for movies and TV shows. During this time period he would balance working on set with cultivating his passion for writing. His day would typically begin at 3am. He honed his craft for writing screenplays while also working on the set of movies. Over the years he amassed a collection of ten screenplays and a children's book along with having his poetry published many times. Once his children were born he chose to quit the movie business and focus on his kids. This was truly an amazing time in his life and a true gift from the universe. He is truly grateful to have had so much time with his children while they were growing up. There's an adventurous spirit that lives within his soul. He's been riding motorcycles since he could walk. He's raced motocross, hare n' hounds and spent days riding across the Mojave Desert and camping under the stars. His rides across the USA have taken him through blizzards, tornadoes, and across the Arctic circle. His passion for life was dimmed one day when he encountered a stroke. It was as if a light switch had been turned off. This experience was beyond humbling and fueled his passion for living even more. He's not only physically strong but he's mentally fit. The stroke tested his will and mental fortitude. He kept the event private with only a few friends knowing about his mental capacity. He was challenged by the everlasting question of; how are you feeling? His focus was on healing and getting his memory back. He didn't want the constant reminder of what had happened. His physical self is truly one hundred percent. His mental self is challenged occasionally with loss of memory. He is extremely grateful to be where he is today on a physical, emotional and spiritual level. Blake's typical day begins at 4am with an awesome cup of coffee, splashed with cream while spending some quiet time with his two dogs. He works out with free weights, resistance bands, hikes with his dogs and tries to surf every day. He believes that keeping active mentally and physically is the key to happiness. He's 55 years old and with each and every wave he surfs, he strives to ride the next one better than the last. He truly feels blessed for his amazing life. You can find Westphalia at Amazon* or wherever you find your books. Writing Practice Blake's method of writing combines old school and new. He starts with a distraction-free environment. To keep himself in the mindset of writing every time, he listens to the same music -- Jackson Browne's Solo Acoustic Volumes 1 and Volume 2.* He also does all his drafts on yellow legal pads. These habitual behaviors help ease the brain into writing mode.  It's another way of leveraging the power of neuroplasticity -- the nerves that fire together, wire together. By reinforcing these patterns repeatedly, it makes it easier to write in the future. Then, he takes his handwritten drafts and types them up. As he types them in to the computer, he's doing a first editing pass. Visualization Blake talks about the importance of visualization. He describes how athletes learn to enhance their performance by visualizing that performance. In their mind they go through the movements, activities, and successful results. The idea is that parts of he brain can't distinguish between actually doing a thing and visualizing doing a thing. You get extra practice.  Last year, Peter Levine, author of Stronger After Stroke, talked about the same thing. Peter talked about it from thew scientific/medical perspective. According to studies with FMRI machines, when you watch someone walk or run, you activate the same part of the brain that lights up when you actually walk or run. Imagining the activity gives you similar results to doing the activity. The best parts of visualization is that it's free and completely harmless. There is no downside and there is a significant upside. So when you have a few moments or hours as you try to get back a limb or control your jaw, take some time to imagine yourself doing it again and again. To learn more, listen to my interview with Peter G Levine in this episode. Hack of the Week Blake talked about his strategy for dealing with the massive life changes after a stroke. Accept where you are. You can start to fix a situation or otherwise address it. Process it. Spend some time with the situation and feel your feelings about it. Ignoring your feelings isn't going to help. Forgive yourself for your feelings. If your feelings are counterproductive, that's okay. Forgive yourself for feeling that way. Then you can work on the situation or reality that you are in. Visualize where you want to be. Leverage the power of your brain to engage your natural neuroplasticity. Figure out how you want your life to look, and visualize your life that way and your abilities that way. Do it again and again. Use your mantra. A preferred phrase or mantra can help you center yourself and bring your mind back to focusing on your priorities and where you want to be. Links Helpful resources for more information. (If you don't see the links below, visit http://Strokecast.com/ByBlakeHill) Where do you want to go from here? Learn more about Blake and his work at ByBlakeHill.com and connect with him on Instagram @ByBlakeHill Share this episode with someone you know by giving them the link http://Strokecast.com/ByBlakeHill Subscribe to the free Strokecast email Newsletter at Strokecast.com/News Don't get best…get better

Grateful Roots
Ep. 95 Grateful Roots

Grateful Roots

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 59:26


Americana, Roots, Country , Folk & Acoustic music.New and Classic Tracks. Episode includes music by Alison Russell, Charlie Crockett, Jackson Browne, Margo Price and Jim Lauderdale.

Growin' Up Rock
When Rock Ruled The Charts (Van Halen Debut)

Growin' Up Rock

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 94:28


In this episode of When Rock Ruled The Charts, we explore the charts on February 10th, 1978, the day Van Halen's epic debut album was released. What was on the charts at the time? How much different was Van Halen then all the rest of the rock out at that time. WE NEED YOUR HELP!! It's quick, easy, and free - Please consider doing one or all of the following to help grow our audience: Connect with us  Email us growinuprock@gmail.com Contact Form  Like and Follow Us on FaceBook Follow Us on Twitter Leave Us A Review On Podchaser Join The Growin' Up Rock Loud Minority Facebook Group Do You Spotify? Then Follow us and Give Our Playlist a listen. We update it regularly with kick ass rock n roll Spotify Playlist Buy and Support Music From The Artist We Discuss On This Episode Growin' Up Rock Amazon Store Music in this Episode Provided by the Following: Van Halen, Ted Nugent, Eddie Money, Styx, Kiss, Jackson Browne, Long Shadows Dawn Crank It Up New Music Spotlight Long Shadows Dawn - From The Album Isle Of Wrath - Song is “Deal With The Preacher” If you dig what you are hearing, go pick up the album or some merch., and support these artists. A Special THANK YOU to Restrayned for the Killer Show Intro and transition music!! Restrayned Website

Game Changers With Vicki Abelson
Russ Kunkel On Game Changers With Vicki Abelson

Game Changers With Vicki Abelson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 58:25


What a gift to be able to look iconic drummer Russell Kunkel in the virtual eye and say, thank you. A lifetime fan, I've seen and heard Russ play more times than I can begin to count. His beat literally weaves through the musical Tapestry of my life (see what I did there). Add to that, a sweet, gentlemanly, romantic soul, he's all that and a bag of sticks. We started with The Immediate Family and came back around, full circle. I honored the time promised (it's Russ's last night with his beautiful bride for a spell, so we kept it to a tight hour), and he kindly indulged a few personal questions about Leah Kunkle (Cass Elliot's sis), his kids, Nathaniel, Elsie, Owen, Carly Simon, Nicolette Larson, and how he met his beloved, Shauna. Love that Leland played a hand without a bass in it. Of the almost uncountable iconic recordings and tours that Russ has played on, we started with John Stewart (Daydream Believer) of The Kingston Trio, where Russ claims to have been schooled by the talented consummate professional. And where he was discovered by Peter Asher, which for Russ was a game, and a life-changer. We talked James Taylor and Sweet Baby James, where Russ met Leland Sklar, Danny Kortchmar, and Craig Dorge, soon to be known as The Section, Carole King and Tapestry, Jackson Browne and Running on Empty, Joni Mitchell and Blue, Waddy Wachtell and Warren Zevon, Stephen Stills and CSN&Y, Carly Simon, Stevie Nicks, getting a call from Asher to grab his gear and head to CBS, cor what turned into a 7 hour recorded jam with George Harrison and Bob Dylan, which led to playing on Dylan's New Morning, a one-off with Barbara Streisand, a many off with Neil Diamond, of whom Russ has great affection and admiration and shared a lovely story, B.B. King with Carole King, 15 yrs with Lyle Lovett, the who, what, where, when and how of the making of The Immediate Family, adding MVP (according to Russ), Steve Postell, their EPs LP, Denny Tedesco's much anticipated upcoming doc on them, joining Carole King as she was inducted into the Rock 'N Roll Hall of Fame, their current tour, about to east coast it, returning to the Canyon Club on Dec 19th where I hope to be front row center. Well, with my hip thing and the pandemic, more likely, an isolation booth with walker access. With all the above, we barely scratched the Kunkle disc surface. And yet, I'm Russ sated. For now. Such a gifted talent, a gentlemanly humble soul, with a romantic spirit… ah… I think I need a cigarette. I hope to approach life the way Russ does the drums… listening more and allowing for space. Adore the man and all of his music. Russ Kunkle on Game Changers with Vicki Abelson Wed, 11/10/21, 5 pm PT, 8 pm ET Streamed Live on my Facebook Replay here: https://bit.ly/3ocrofk All BROADcasts, as podcasts, also available on iTunes apple.co/2dj8ld3 Stitcher bit.ly/2h3R1fla tunein bit.ly/2gGeItj Also on iHeartRadio, SoundCloud, Voox, OwlTail, Backtracks, PlayerFM, Himalaya, Podchaser, and Listen Notes Thanks to Rick Smolke of Quik Impressions, the best printers, printing, the best people people-ing. quikimpressions.com Nicole Venables of Ruby Begonia Hair Studio Beauty and Products, for the best dressed. http://www.rubybegoniahairstudio.com/ Blue Microphones and Kevin Walt

Salty Dog Blues N Roots Podcast
STAND Blues N Roots - Salty Dog (October 2021)

Salty Dog Blues N Roots Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 122:01


Salty Dog's STAND Podcast, October 2021 Visit: www.salty.com.au STAND up for all the great blues and roots music coming your way. Fabulous cuts from Sonny Green, Josh Cheyenne, Charlie Parr, Raphael Wressning and Igor Prado, Beck Warren, Chris Whitely, Drive By Truckers, Christine Ingam, Joe Bonamassa, Los Lobos, John Hiatt, Kieran Kane and Rayne Gellert, Keith Jarret, Marian McPartland and Steely Dan, The Black Sorrows, Jeff Land and Friends, Walter Daniels and Guadalupa Plata, Teddy Morgan, Andrea Marr, Duke Robillard, Taj Mahal, AJ Fullerton, Jackson Browne. ----------- ARTIST / TRACK / ALBUM ** Australia 1. Sonny Green / Trouble / Found! One Soul Singer 2. ** Josh Cheyenne / Sugar Coated Love / Natural Blues 3. Charlie Parr / On Fading Away / Last Of The Better Days Ahead 4. Raphael Wressnig N Igor Prado / Turnip Greens / The Soul Connection 5. Becky Warren / Dabbs Avenue / Undesirable 6. Chris Whitley / Breaking Your Fall / Hotel Vast Horizon 7. Drive By Truckers / Easy On Yourself / Live at Plan 9 July 13, 2006 8. Christone Kingfish Ingram / Something In The Dirt / 662 9. Joe Bonamassa / Long Distance Blues / Blues Deluxe 10. Los Lobos / Farmer John / Native Sons 11. John Hiatt / Dust Down A Country Road / Walk On 12. Kieran Kane N Rayne Gellert / Who Knows / When The Sun Goes Down 13. Keith Jarret, Jan Garbarek, Palle Danielsson / Long As You Know You're Living / Belonging 14. Marian McPartland, Steely Dan / Chain Lightning / Marian McPartland's Jazz Piano Radio 15. ** The Black Sorrows / Only Got Yourself To Blame / Saint Georges Road 16. ** Jeff Lang and Friends / Un-Natural Act / Live at FRL 2006 17. Walter Daniels N Guadalupe Plata / Married Woman / Satan 18. Teddy Morgan / Dear Ted Letter / Ridin In Style 19. ** Andrea Marr / Force of Nature / Natural 20. Duke Robillard / No Time / Blues Bash 21. Taj Mahal / Stagger Lee / Labor of Love 22. AJ Fullerton / Remind Me Who I Am Again / The Forgiver and the Runaway 23. Jackson Browne / Sergio Leone / The Naked Ride Home

Better Each Day Podcast Radio Show with Bruce Hilliard
Ian Jones "Evergreens" Part 2, PNW Singer/Songwriter Chats with Bruce Hilliard

Better Each Day Podcast Radio Show with Bruce Hilliard

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 33:04


Is it us or does this Pacific Northwest child of music sound a touch like Jackson Browne? Singer, songwriter and performing artist Ian Jones is releasing a new EP on October 22nd. Being a Pacific Northwest kinda guy, Ian calls his latest work, Evergreens. That's fitting for fifty-one-year-old Ian Jones who you'll hear in this interview is young and ever green, like his music. His EP dropped October 22nd...check it out on your favorite streaming platform. Support this podcast

Book Club with Michael Smerconish
Ron Brownstein: "Rock Me On The Water"

Book Club with Michael Smerconish

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 20:50


Michael sits down with Atlantic Senior Editor Ron Brownstein, author of "Rock Me on the Water: 1974-The Year Los Angeles Transformed Movies, Music, Television, and Politics." Original air date 23 March 2021. The book was published on 23 March 2021.

Game Changers With Vicki Abelson
Denny Tedesco Live On Changers With Vicki Abelson

Game Changers With Vicki Abelson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 86:38


It was a long time coming! After meeting Denny Tedesco at NAMM two years ago, having seen his unforgettable, moving, stellar film, The Wrecking Crew, I jumped. Scheduled BC (Before COVID), at long last, here we finally were. Denny had completed most of the interviews (Carole King, James Taylor, Jackson Browne, and Linda Ronstadt to name but a few icons weighing in on The Section (Leland Sklar, Russ Kunkle, Waddy Wachtel, and Danny Kortchmar), for his upcoming doc on thier The Immediate Family (with relative youngin' Steve Postel), as a sort of followup to his doc, The Wrecking Crew, when we met. He was heading to Sundance just before the pandemic hit. Undeterred by the inerminable shut down, Denny's managing to complete the film, getting a masterfully produced iPhone self tape from Keith Richards, remote interviews with Stevie Nicks and Lyle Lovett, and sitting down, with caution and testing with the boys, themselves. How I can't wait to see it! This collective has played on most of the soundtrack of my life. And I kinda love them all as musicans and peoples. Denny discussed at length his father, famed session guitarist Tommy Tedesco, where he came from, and how he came to be perhaps the most recorded guitarist, ever. We did a deep dive into The Wrecking Crew, and why, when Tommy was diagnosed with terminal cancer, Denny quickly started filming his father, and the rest of the Crew. Sweet side bar for me, Tommy was the guitarist with Happy Kyne And The Mirthmakers on Fernwood 2Night, at the top of my must see TV back in the day. Here, a taste of Tommy Tedesco as Tommy Marranuchi https://bit.ly/3GtPt9N ❤️ We talked about Denny starting out not as a musicain, but as a set director on the film Eating Raoul, producing at Comedy Channel and the 2000 Academy Awards with Billy Crystal and his current producing gig, the 2nd season of Hanging With Doctor Z, featuring Dana Gould, as Dr. Z, who interviews Jeff Garlin, Dave Foley, Bobcat Goldthwait, Patton Oswalt, Steven Webber, Will Forte, Penn Jillett, Maria Emily Bamford, Al Yankovic, Paget Brewster, Hank Azaria, to name some. Denny gave a sneak peek into his next doc, something completely different… ponzi scam, anyone? Warm, fun, and easy, with fabulous tales from the front and back, Denny was a total joy after a particulary rough day. This is gonna be my happy revisit for a long to come. Just thinking about it makes me smile. Broadly. Denny Tedesco Live on Changers with Vicki Abelson Wed, 10/27/21/, 5 pm PT, 8 pm ET Streamed Live on my Facebook Replay here: https://bit.ly/3jFQlOD All BROADcasts, as podcasts, also available on iTunes apple.co/2dj8ld3 Stitcher bit.ly/2h3R1fla tunein bit.ly/2gGeItj Also on iHeartRadio, SoundCloud, Voox, OwlTail, Backtracks, PlayerFM, Himalaya, Podchaser, and Listen Notes Thanks to Rick Smolke of Quik Impressions, the best printers, printing, the best people people-ing. quikimpressions.com Nicole Venables of Ruby Begonia Hair Studio Beauty and Products, for the best dressed. http://www.rubybegoniahairstudio.com/ Blue Microphones and Kevin Walt

Slamfest Podcast
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers/Jackson Browne Concert 7/17/01

Slamfest Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 36:41


The Slamfest Podcast brings the premier rock concert pregaming experience from the parking lot to the podcasting airwaves. Episode 72 - Brad covers seeing Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers again in concert...this time with Jackson Browne, on July 17, 2001 at Sandstone Amphitheatre in Bonner Springs, KS.   After discussing his background with Jackson Browne, he reviews the concert.  The Band on the Bill Spotlight finds him looking at the two compilations Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers released prior to this show - the Greatest Hits in 1993 and Anthology: Through the Years in 2000.  He discusses the track listings on both and suggests some changes he would've made to each one.  After a Slamfest Tip of the Week, he's faced with a "Which Side are you On?" - Side 1 or 2 off of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers second studio album, You're Gonna Get It!, from 1978.Music in this episode by:Netherlands Symphony OrchestraTom PettyTom Petty & The HeartbreakersJackson BrowneJohn MellencampKissBlack SabbathOzzy OsbourneVisit the Slamfest Podcast online at: https://slamfest-podcast.simplecast.comRequest to join the Slamfest Podcast private Facebook page here:https://www.facebook.com/groups/slamfestpodcastE-mail us at : slamfestpodcast@gmail.com

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Ditty TV: James McMurtry

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 40:10


Our guest on the podcast today is acclaimed songwriter and Texas-bred luminary, James McMurtry. James has just released his first full-length studio album in seven years via New West Records. It's titled The Horses and the Hounds, and today, we get into the making of the record, and other topics that show us just what makes this celebrated tunesmith tick. McMurtry recorded the new album with legendary producer Ross Hogarth at Jackson Browne's Groove Masters in Santa Monica, California, a world class studio that's housed such legends as Bob Dylan, David Crosby, of course Jackson Browne, and now James McMurtry. The author Stephen King wrote that “James McMurtry may be the truest, fiercest songwriter of his generation,” and we think King may be on to something. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

DittyTV's Insights | Artist Interviews

Our guest on the podcast today is acclaimed songwriter and Texas-bred luminary, James McMurtry. James has just released his first full-length studio album in seven years via New West Records. It's titled The Horses and the Hounds, and today, we get into the making of the record, and other topics that show us just what makes this celebrated tunesmith tick. McMurtry recorded the new album with legendary producer Ross Hogarth at Jackson Browne's Groove Masters in Santa Monica, California, a world class studio that's housed such legends as Bob Dylan, David Crosby, of course Jackson Browne, and now James McMurtry. The author Stephen King wrote that “James McMurtry may be the truest, fiercest songwriter of his generation,” and we think King may be on to something. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Making Sound with Jann Klose
John Hall & Lance Hoppen (Orleans)

Making Sound with Jann Klose

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 65:48


Founded in Woodstock, NY Orleans went from club and college funk in the Northeast United States to worldwide acclaim with their top ten singles "Still the One," Dance With Me," and "Love Takes Time.”  Members of the band have collaborated with an array of artists including Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne and Little Feat. In 2022, the group celebrates its 50th year of live performances. Orleans has produced a body of work spanning 18 albums and several DVDs, the band's music is still being heard on national TV.  orleansonline.com

Leaning Toward Wisdom
The Sharp Edges of the World (Season 2021, Episode 18)

Leaning Toward Wisdom

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 26:53


 Jackson Browne is among my all-time favorite singer/songwriters. Saturate Before Using, his 1972 album is all it took. But that was just the beginning. Two years later, 1974 brought us Late For The Sky, a record I'll consistently put into my top 3 albums. While his politics aren't my cup of tea, his talent sure is! Today's title is a snippet from track 1 of his latest album, Downhill From Everywhere - "Still Looking For Something." The entire line is indicative of his creativity. And I knew since I was just little The sharp edges of the world will whittle Your dreams down to shavings at your feet Gonna do my best not to settle I know it's gonna test my mettle Keep my options open, even so I'm hoping The sharp edges of the world will whittle your dreams down to shavings at your feet. Will we do our best not to settle? Good question. Some days you eat the bear, some days the bear eats you. In 1974 I first saw that saying as an album cover by Ian Matthews while visiting Leisure Landing, my favorite record just outside the gates of LSU. Simply put, sometimes you win...sometimes you lose. That's how the sharp edges of the world happen. Sometimes you avoid them. Sometimes you don't. I think Jackson is right though. Mostly, they whittle away. At our dreams and just about everything else we seek. Especially if we don't fight back. Hard. Every day. But there are some other parts of the world that aren't sharp edges. There are some rather pleasant areas of the world that don't whittle. They foster growth, resilience, and change. Truth be told, the sharp edges that can whittle can also serve to provide those valuable things for us if we'll leverage them properly. Struggles and sorrows often define us. Much more so than the joyful moments. After the famed Alabama Crismon Tide football team lost to Texas A&M Aggies, head coach Nick Saban said two things that illustrate the point. "Players have to remember how they feel when they don't have success."  "Sometimes the best lessons you learn are when you do have failings." Saban says it's human nature to be more willing to learn when you don't get things right. It's not just for college football players. Or their coaches. It's true for each of us. We need to remember how we feel when we don't have success. And there's little doubt that the most valuable lessons are those taught to us by failure. Two things - the sharp edges of the world that whittle away our dreams and our response to that reality. Sharp edges are events and circumstances, sometimes the ones resulting from our own behavior, sometimes not. Sharp edges are also people. The people who hate us, who give us no consideration, who show us no compassion, who judge us harshly. So sharp edges might be anything from health concerns, to financial troubles, to grief, to sadness, to sorrow, to struggles of any kind. And they might also be the people who don't have our best interests at heart. Those folks who aren't interested in helping us, but would prefer to hurt us. Whoever you are, wherever you live - you experience both forms of sharp edges of the world. There is no vaccination. Nobody has antibodies that will protect them from such things. No need to enumerate all the ways the world cuts us with sharp edges. We can all prove that truth with our own lives. Our struggles are real. We don't often intentionally go looking for the sharp edges. Mostly, we run into them. Or they run into us. But years ago I was reading about various hustlers and con men who start each day at zero, then work like fiends during the day to score big - to get as much money as they can - only to end the day back at zero. These folks are different than most (thankfully). They go out each day looking for the sharp edges, willing to end their day cut to pieces, but only after doing some cutting of their own. These folks refuse to live conventional, responsible lives.

Game Changers With Vicki Abelson
Bennett Salvay Live On Game Changers With Vicki Abelson

Game Changers With Vicki Abelson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 84:10


It was wonderful to sit down at last with multi-BMI Award-winning composer, conducted, arranger, and multi-instrumentalist, Bennett Salvay. Scheduled to join me on March 11th, 2020, I chickened as he and wingman, Pete George, had very r4ecnt;y flown (and boy were their arms tired), and the COVID threat was ever-growing. Two days later we were in lockdown. Here, 19 months later we be. Some things, and people, are worth waiting for. Bennett was working on the Linda Ronstadt doc, Linda and The Mockingbirds, with Jackson Browne, a follow-up doc to Linda Ronstadt: The Sound Of My Voice, which Bennett scored, which won the Critics Choice award for Best Music Documentary of 2019, when the crazy hit. We talked about the projects Bennett's completed during the pandemic, including a new feature, Bonded as well as various and sundry other projects. What makes it all so stunning is that he's doing all this, as well as playing, keys and golf, fishing, all after a nearly fatal accident which affected... well, no spoilers. Please watch. Bennett's resilience, courage, and gratitude saved the man, the music, the links, but has cost some fish their lives. And, is inspiration almost beyond compare. Playing keys, sax, and flute, Bennett began playing in his teens, his first professional gig was with Long John Baldry. he had a hit with Bang Bang but it was working for Garry Marshall that turned out to be the Game Changer. At 21, Bennett was hired as a PA (translation:: gofer) for Garry Marshall's shows. Within months he was the music coordinator for Mork And MIndy, Happy Days, Laverne and Shirley, where he segued to composer. He jammed with Robin Williams, arranged a singing Anson Williams, and Lenny and the Squidtones, where as fate would have it he would meet guitarist, one day to become a close friend, and an Emmy-Winning composer hisself, Snuffy Walden, who, after a string of smash hit sitcoms, including Full House, and Perfect Strangers, moved Bennett into hour-long drama with their collaborations on Friday Night Lights, Providence, and Early Edition to name but three. There were films to score, the Jeepers Creepers series, #1 at the box office, The Wolf of Wall Street, five James Keach docs to date, as well working with The Brian Setzer Orchestra, Rob Zombie, Motley Crue, and continues to work extensively with Cheap Trick. Bennett Salvay has stories to spare, perseverance to admire, and talent out the wazoo. I'll be thinking twice about complaining and whimping out on anything, any time soon. Bennett Salvay Live on Game Changers with Vicki Abelson Wed, 10/20/21/, 5 pm PT, 8 pm ET Streamed Live on my Facebook Replay here https://bit.ly/3nceg9u All BROADcasts, as podcasts, also available on iTunes apple.co/2dj8ld3 Stitcher bit.ly/2h3R1fla tunein bit.ly/2gGeItj Also on iHeartRadio, SoundCloud, Voox, OwlTail, Backtracks, PlayerFM, Himalaya, Podchaser, and Listen Notes Thanks to Rick Smolke of Quik Impressions, the best printers, printing, the best people people-ing. quikimpressions.com Nicole Venables of Ruby Begonia Hair Studio Beauty and Products, for tresses like the stars she coifs, and regular people, like me. I love my hair, and I love Nicole. http://www.rubybegoniahairstudio.com/ Blue Microphones and Kevin Walt

The Jake Feinberg Show
The John Mauceri Interview

The Jake Feinberg Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 105:36


One of the things I have done over the last 4 years is connect the dots on different amalgamations of musicians and their actions within a period of time in music when you could find work as a session player, play gigs @ strip clubs and the multitude of venues in every urban center in this country. These amalgamations were everywhere but the cities I have most heavily explored and where these amalgamations seemed to grow off and out of each other have been New York, Chicago, Nashville, Muscle Shoals San Francisco and Los Angeles. My guest is a drummer from Southern California who's laid back style fit perfectly into the white boy blues that washed up In sun splashed LA. He could play folk, ballads with David Blue, bluegrass with Sneaky Pete, and blue eyed soul with Jackson Browne. My guest has a great reputation which is why when Bob Weir came to LA to find a working rhythm section he found one with my guest and Rick Carlos and Brent Mydland on the heels of Silver and Batdorf and Rodney. This unit sparkled and was a great fit for Bobby as he tried to step out of the shadow of the Grateful Dead. Playing a bouncing Poison Ivy that my daughters listen to on the way to school. My guest has seen the industry change. The near impossibility of keeping a unit together is almost unheard of unless you can sell out 30000 seat rock palaces. The values in music and performance reflect that of our society. One of imbalance. My guest still swings the band but provides marriage counseling to help offset this imbalance.

Highway Butterfly: The Stories of Neal Casal
Episode 10: Leslie Mendelson

Highway Butterfly: The Stories of Neal Casal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 40:42


Leslie Mendelson bonded with Neal after she co-wrote "A Human Touch" with Jackson Browne. Though their friendship was short, Leslie's piano-playing and singing prowess elevates the Highway Butterfly tribute album and in this episode, you'll hear her version of Neal's "Feel No Pain," from his debut album, Fade Away Diamond Time. Learn more about Leslie at www.lesliemendelson.com/Song clips in this episode:"Feel No Pain" - Neal Casal, Fade Away Diamond Time"Feel No Pain" - Leslie Mendelson, Highway Butterfly: The Songs of Neal Casal"A Human Touch" - Jackson Browne, Leslie Mendelson, Downhill from EverywhereEpisode photography by Fred Kuhlman See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Noel Casler Podcast
Noel Casler Podcast Episode 33

The Noel Casler Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 57:44


Noel and Jimmy talk Mavis Staples, MAGA cosplay,Manchin's malfeasance and mental health awareness. Jimmy owns mediocre Jon Gruden and Noel tells a backstage Super Bowl story with Marshawn Lnych and Lenny Kravitz that reveals the subtle racism of the NFL. Finally, Noel reflects on visiting John Lennon's boyhood home in Liverpool with Jackson Browne.2021 NAC Productions INC.

The Georgia Songbirds
Elijah Klein from MojoHand Live from the Digital Bird's Nest

The Georgia Songbirds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 63:04


Welcome this weeks special guest from the band MojoHand Elijah Klein. Mojohand is a band from New Jersey influenced by the Grateful Dead, Jackson Browne and a few others. Listen in as Elijah and myself talk about the journey his band has taken, the Mojo Festival they throw every year and Elijah even plays us a few songs. MojoHand is currently working on their next album that should be out soon. As a special treat their song Easy Daisy available for download is a the end of this episode --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thegeorgiasongbirds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thegeorgiasongbirds/support

Pod Gave Rock'N Roll To You
Fun Size/Doctor My Eyes

Pod Gave Rock'N Roll To You

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 7:46


Twitter: @podgaverockInsta: @podgaverockJackson Browne's 1972 “Doctor My Eyes” from the album "Jackson Browne" released on Asylum. Written by Jackson Browne and produced by Jackson Browne and Richard Sanford Orshoff.Personel:Jackson Browne – acoustic guitar, piano, vocalsDavid Campbell - violaDavid Crosby - harmony vocalsJesse Ed Davis electric guitarGraham Nash - harmony vocalsLeland Sklar - bass guitarRuss Kunkel drums, congasJimmie Fadden – harmonicaJim Gordon - organCover:Performed by Josh Bond and Neal MarshIntro Music:"Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton.Other Artists Mentioned:Pink Floyd "Blue Sky" 

Pod Gave Rock'N Roll To You
Doctor My Eyes/Going Bongos

Pod Gave Rock'N Roll To You

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 45:33


Twitter: @podgaverockInsta: @podgaverockJackson Browne's 1972 “Doctor My Eyes” from the album "Jackson Browne" released on Asylum. Written by Jackson Browne and produced by Jackson Browne and Richard Sanford Orshoff.Personel:Jackson Browne – acoustic guitar, piano, vocalsDavid Campbell - violaDavid Crosby - harmony vocalsJesse Ed Davis electric guitarGraham Nash - harmony vocalsLeland Sklar - bass guitarRuss Kunkel drums, congasJimmie Fadden – harmonicaJim Gordon - organCover:Performed by Josh Bond and Neal MarshIntro Music:"Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton.Other Artists Mentioned:Durand JonesCaampMy Morning Jacket “Wasted” Kings of LeonEddie VedderChad SmithGlen HansardPearl Jam “Porch”Pearl Jam “Cordoruy”Pearl Jam “Better Man”The WhoPrince “Purple Rain”REMModest MouseHowlin' Wolf “Goin' Down Slow”Duane AllmanThe Grateful Dead “Black Peter”Robert Palmer “Bad Case of Loving You”Parliament Funkadelic “Doctor Funkenstien”The Eagles “Life in the Fast Lane”Motley Crue “Dr Feelgood”The Rascals “Good Lovin'”The Rolling Stones “Sister Morphine”The Beatles “Doctor Robert”The Rolling Stones “Dr. Doctor”The Band “The Shape I'm In”Humble Pie “I Don't Need no Doctor”Little Feat “Rock n Roll Doctor”The Mamas and PapasCSNYThe SimpsonsSouth ParkJohn OliverGraham Nash“I'll Be Home for Christmas”David GeffenAsylum RecordsJim MorrisonDavid CrosbyTaj Mahal “Rock n Roll Circus”Bob DylanGeorge HarrisonWillie NelsonLeon RussellGram ParsonsVan MorrisonJames BrownJames TaylorDawesForrest GumpJackson Browne “Running on Empty”Jackson Browne “Somebody's Baby”Bob Seger “Against the Wind”Bob Seger “Turn the Page”The Beach BoysBilly JoelThe Beatles “Getting Better”Fast Times at Ridgemont HighJackson FiveBen FoldsSheryl CrowGretchen WilsonK Mobb 

John DeChristopher - Live From My Drum Room!
Episode 46: Live From My Drum Room With Chad Cromwell! 7-22-21 (not episode 47)

John DeChristopher - Live From My Drum Room!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 76:25


A great and informative chat with Chad Cromwell. Chad discussed his long and successful career including his work with Neil Young, CSNY, Joe Walsh and Peter Frampton. Some great insights into his role as a session drummer, working with Kenny Chesney and much more. Note: This was Episode 46, though I mistakenly introduced it as Episode 47. 

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

#davegrohl #jacksonbrowne #foofighters   Get a FREE EP HERE: http://LouLombardiMusic.com if you love great guitar driven rock from the 70s, 80s, 90s and even today, you will want to get my EP "The Bad Years". Get your copy while supplies last!   So back in 2007 I saw that there was a new song by Foo Fighters call "The Pretender".  Knowing Dave Grohl's love of classic rock, I assumed that it was a remake of the  classic Jackson Browne song from 1976.  I was excited to hear their take on one of my favorite songs. Imagine my shock and confusion when I finally heard the song and it WAS NOT the Jackson Browne song! I really don't understand why Dave Grohl would do this.  Has he ever heard the Jackson Browne song?  It's terribly confusing. The Foo Fighter song is a great song in it's own right but I can't help but think that they should have called it something else; not only to avoid confusing old classic rockers like me but out or respect to one  rock's  greatest songwriters. There are a lot of different songs with the same names and I don't know about your but these "musical homonyms" frustrate me. On this week's Loudini Rock and Roll Circus podcast  we will tell you all about 10 different Musical  Homonyms that you may not be aware of... some of them even cross genres. Don't worry... we will help you make sense of it all. After all, we are professionals!   Check out the podcast here  https://www.talkshoe.com/episode/17684128   Topics Covered: https://www.sos2020pgh.org/ https://www.thisdayinmusic.com/ http://www.vh1.com/news/25138/hit-songs-with-the-same-title/   Get Loudini Swag HERE: https://loulombardimusic.com/rnrcircus/

The Drum Shuffle
The Drum Shuffle - Episode 137 - Russ Kunkel

The Drum Shuffle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 52:20


Russ Kunkel has a legendary list of albums that contain his drumming. It is simply mind-boggling and too vast to list here, but some artist highlights include Warren Zevon, James Taylor, Jackson Browne, Stevie Nicks, Bill Withers...The list goes on and on and on. Russ has been playing and recording with Leland Sklar, Danny Kortchmar, and Waddy Wachtel, for many years on some of these records. That core group along with Steve Postell have recently released a self-titled album, The Immediate Family, which is simply incredible. On episode 137, Jamie and Russ talk about his legendary career and this stellar new album from this super group of A-list players. You don't want to miss this one!

Luthier on Luthier with Michael Bashkin

Flip Scipio's interest in guitars runs in many directions. He builds and eclectic assortment of guitars and other stringed instruments in addition to doing repairs out of his one-man shop in NYC. For episode 58 of the podcast, Flip reflects on his career in guitars and his time studying guitar making in London and in Spain with José Romanillos. We also hear about his time at Guild Guitars and Mandolin Brothers, and his work for high profile clients like Paul Simon, Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Ry Cooder and Bruce Springsteen. Finally, Flip explains to us why he likes guitars that are "like a dog in a cat suit." This episode is sponsored by Acoustic Coffee Company, Allied Lutherie and Dream Guitars. Links: https://flipscipio.com/#skip https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1144521/ http://www.southwellguitars.co.uk/

Crazy Money with Paul Ollinger
Stevie Van Zandt takes it all in

Crazy Money with Paul Ollinger

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 50:10


Stevie Van Zandt is best-known as guitarist and founding member of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, and for playing Silvio Dante on HBO's The Sopranos and Frank Tagliano on Netflix's Lilyhammer. But as he shares in his new memoir, Unrequited Infatuations, Stevie has done so much more with his time on this earth, even if it all didn't go exactly as he might have hoped.  As a producer, songwriter, and arranger, Stevie has helped countless artists make beautiful music. His songs have been performed by Jackson Browne, Pearl Jam, Nancy Sinatra, and many more. He co-produced Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band's The River and Born in the USA, acted in the role of Jerry Vale in Martin Scorcese's The Irishman, programs and hosts two radio channels on Sirius/XM and—somewhere along the way—found time to fight for causes he believed in, most notably Artists Against Apartheid for which he was honored by the United Nations.  In today's conversation, Stevie shares the frustrations and occasional disappointments of putting your whole heart (and, sometimes, all your money) into your artistic vision. Yet he abides in his passionate pursuit of musical beauty. In the words of his friend, Bruce Springsteen Stevie remains "the planet's most charismatic, dedicated and visible crusader scrapping to preserve the dirty purity of rock n' roll.”   Buy several copies of Stevie's book at https://www.littlesteven.com/ Tell the world that you ❤️ Crazy Money: https://ratethispodcast.com/crazymoney   About Crazy Money: Unlike traditional personal finance shows, Crazy Money is not about how to make a million bucks, how to beat the stock market, or how to save money by switching credit cards. It is about deciding what role we want money to play in our lives and how we can use it to be our best selves. Topics covered include: philosophy, happiness, contentment, meaning, dreams, purpose, success, society, mental health, Buddhism, Stoicism, the hedonic treadmill, morality, mid-life crisis, business, work, careers, authors, books, consumerism, values, capitalism, economics, investing, saving, spending, personal finance, charity, philanthropy, altruism, affluence, wealth management, culture, society, status, ambition, accomplishment, perfectionism.     On this episode we talk about: Art, music, music business, commerce, New Jersey, HBO, Netflix, Sopranos, Lilyhammer, concerts, Little Steven, BadaBing, authors, books    Please stop reading and have a great day. Paul loves you. 

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Love That Album 150: Steve Berlin of Los Lobo on New Album "Native Sons"

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 54:00


Anyone who's listened to the podcast for a while or hung around the LTA Facebook group long enough knows that my favourite working band is Los Lobos. You'd also possibly be aware that group saxophonist and keyboard player Steve Berlin has joined me on LTA in the past AND on See Hear.....well, Steve's baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaack. Los Lobos have released a new album in 2021 called Native Sons. The fact that they (or any band) are able to record and release new music in lockdown is astonishing. As great as Louis Perez, David Hidalgo and Cesar Rosas are as songwriters, for this album, they are drawn to the music that influenced them along the way by heroes and peers specifically from Los Angeles....people like Lalo Guerrero, Jackson Browne, The Blasters, The Beach Boys, War and others. Steve and I speak about the role of these musicians in Los Lobos' development, Christmas music, working through Covid, the father of Chicano music, Ry Cooder, Tom Waits and a lot of other topics. Once again it was my privilege to have him back on the show – recorded 3 hours before Lobos were due to hit the stage!!! If you're in the US and are able to see Los Lobos live, DO IT. They put on wonderful shows, and you'll be supporting working musicians in this crazy time. You can check out their gig listings at loslobos.org Download this episode of LTA from Spotify, Stitcher or iTunes (search for “Love That Album podcast”)....or wherever you prefer getting your podcasts. Love That Album is proudly part of the Pantheon Podcast network. Go to http://pantheonpodcasts.com to check out all their great shows. You can send me feedback at rrrkitchen@yahoo.com.au (written or mp3 voicemail) or join the Facebook group at http://www.facebook.com/groups/lovethatalbum If you'd consider writing an iTunes review I'd be immensely grateful. However, it'd be even better if you told a friend about the podcast and Pantheon – at a barbecue, over coffee, on social media….whatever way you choose, consider me grateful.  Proudly Pantheon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Recovery Rocks
Episode 88: Episode 88: Emotional Hangovers

Recovery Rocks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 28:57


After emotionally intense times, such as traveling, spending time with family, holidays, or big events, Tawny and Lisa can feel exhausted and maybe a little cranky – almost like they used to feel after drinking. These are “emotional hangovers,” when our emotional juice has been depleted. Tawny expresses it as having an “emotional budget,” the amount of feeling and thought we have to expend. Life keeps happening so it's important to budget your emotional juice to the extent you can. Self-care is criticalMusic Minutes features Jackson Browne, the BeeGees, Destiny's Child, and the Rolling Stones (RIP Charlie Watts) 

The Bob Cesca Show
Encore: Musician Bob Malone

The Bob Cesca Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 67:21


[Explicit Language] We're rewinding to April and my conversation with musician Bob Malone. Bob is a keyboardist, singer, songwriter, touring musician, solo recording artist, and all points in between. He's performed and recorded with A-listers like Ringo Star, Bruce Springsteen, Jackson Browne, Avril Lavigne, Bob Seger, and he's been part of John Fogerty's touring band since 2011. His new album called Good People is out now – link in the description. BobMalone.com. Meanwhile if you like what you hear today, don't forget to subscribe to our bonus content at patreon.com/bobcescashow. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Rock's Backpages Ep 110: Jaan Uhelszki onstage with KISS + Buena Vista Social Club + Lindsey Buckingham

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 57:52


In this episode of the Rock's Backpages podcast, Mark Pringle, Martin Colyer and Jasper Murison-Bowie discuss the writing of Creem legend Jaan Uhelszki, who is the featured writer on the week's homepage. Her open letter to Smokey Robinson, interview with Suzi Quatro, appraisal of proto-punk band Death and onstage escapades with KIϟϟ provide the trio with an opportunity to enthuse about her marvellous, stylish prose.  On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Buena Vista Social Club, they then consider the unusual circumstances that led Ry Cooder and his son Joachim to record with a group of Cuban musicians. Mark and Martin confess their initial scepticism of the project, but admit that it (and various offshoots featuring Rubén González and Manuel Galbán) won them over, while Jasper contemplates its enduring appeal and timeless nature. The three of them then listen to clips from the week's audio interview, which features Lindsey Buckingham in conversation with Bud Scoppa in 2011, on Rumours, Tusk, and his own solo output, before Mark and Jasper pick out their highlights from their additions to the library. Mark's selections include a reader's letter to Robert Shelton regarding folk vs folk rock in 1966 and Burt Bacharach at the Cow Palace in 1971, plus a review of Paul Butterfield's Better Days that prompts Mark and Martin to wax lyrical about guitarist Amos Garrett. Jasper elects to feature a scathing review of the Killers' Sam's Town, an altogether more positive review of Blood Orange's Negro Swan, and a report on German pyrotechnics-enthusiasts Rammstein. Pieces discussed: Smokey Robinson, Suzi Quatro, Death, KIϟϟ, Ry Cooder in Havana, Buena Vista Social Club, Ry and son Joachim, Lindsey Buckingham audio, The Who, Folk rock, Sly Stone, Leonard Cohen, Burt Bacharach, Peter Gabriel, The Smiths, Radiohead, Aretha Franklin, Paul Butterfield's Better Days, Jackson Browne, Paul Mathur, Nirvana, Pulp, The Killers, Blood Orange and Rammstein. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Everyone Loves Guitar
Pete Anderson, Dwight Yoakam: “The consequences of success and the stakes of failure were gigantic...”

Everyone Loves Guitar

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 76:33


Pete has a unique level of confidence when he plays - you literally “feel” you're in good hands with him. This isn't something random, it's something he specifically works on and he explained exactly how. Good & not so good experiences running a record label, studying under Howard Roberts at GIT, tolerance, very clever James Brown tricks, and LOADS more cool stuff. GREAT convo with an amazing guy! If you'd like to support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support Pete played with and produced Dwight Yoakam from 1984-2002 on loads of platinum records & sold-out tours. He's also produced or played on records with Roy Orbison, The Meat Puppets, Tanya Tucker, Jackson Browne, Buck Owens, Steve Forbert,, Lucinda Williams & others… and written and produced TV & movie soundtracks and released 8 solo LPs Subscribe YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/EveryoneLovesGuitar?sub_confirmation=1 Website:  https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/subscribe

Here's The Thing with Alec Baldwin
Jackson Browne Gives Us Reasons to Believe

Here's The Thing with Alec Baldwin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 49:20


When he was just out of high school, Jackson Browne moved to NYC and wrote songs for some of the biggest names of the 1960's folk scene. Then, when he returned home to Los Angeles two years later, he began singing his own material and set his course to become one of the greatest singer-songwriters of his generation. Today, Jackson Browne's voice is still strong and political. He talks with Alec about his new album, Downhill From Everywhere, reflections on a life of activism, and the artists he'd still love to sing with.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Fresh Air
How A Former Spy Trained Conservatives To Infiltrate Progressive Groups

Fresh Air

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 45:16


'NYT' reporter Adam Goldman describes an undercover effort, led by an avid Trump supporter, that trained conservatives in espionage techniques and sent them to dig up dirt on progressives. Some operations were aimed at discrediting perceived enemies of Trump when he was president, including his national security advisor, H.R. McMaster.Also rock critic Ken Tucker reviews new songs by veteran artists Tom Jones, Jackson Browne and John Mayer.