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Rock School
Rock School - 08/21/22 (Stadium Concerts)

Rock School

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 41:14


"What was the first stadium concert? Beatles? Are you sure? Stadium concerts are becoming more common because of both financial decisions and an effort to be less taxing on the artist. It sounds the opposite of what you would think. We will explain it all."

Something Good For Ya
Episode 126 - Punk Rock and Comic Books

Something Good For Ya

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 108:09


We talk mob movies and other classic movies we haven't had the chance to see (except for Chris), the Ramones documentary END OF THE CENTURY and his thoughts on it, HEAVY: THE STORY OF METAL along with other VH1 and MTV music specials, along with ranking the new upcoming Marvel properties coming to Disney+ and theaters!MAKE YOUR OWN LIST: https://tiermaker.com/create/upcoming-mcu-projects-310092ARTIST: The RubsSONG: Hang On To MeListen to other shows on the SOMETHING GOOD NETWORK: https://linktr.ee/somethinggoodnetwork Join our Discord: https://discord.gg/Ge53Nu9SGFY Spotify Music Playlist: goo.gl/XemDeL

Punknews Podcast
602: #602 - Chris of Crazy & the Brains!

Punknews Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 94:45


Christoph Jesus of Crazy &the Brains stops by to talk "Open Eyez"! The usual gang also discusses bootlegged t-shirts, Alice Cooper opening for the Misfits, and track-by-track Ramones covers albums. 

Gareth Jones On Speed
Gareth Jones On Speed #446 for 11 Aug 2022

Gareth Jones On Speed

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 49:54


#446 Punk As F1. The 2022 On Speed Summer Music Compilation. 12 of Gareth's punk/car songs gathered together. Drivers old and new and team owners discuss what effect (if any) did punk rock have on F1, and if so who‘s the biggest punk in the sport?

Listen To Sassy
August 1989 Pop Culture: Charlie, Spike & Rockmelons

Listen To Sassy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 51:55 Very Popular


How many calories in every hamburger McDonald's has ever sold? Was Booker the right career move for Richard Grieco? All this and more is covered in What Now. Watch it has, among others, a correct rating for Do The Right Thing and a wildly unfair rating for The Tall Guy. Listen Up finds us divided on The Ramones' “Pet Sematary,” but united on 10,000 Maniacs. Dave agrees that Billy Zane is One To Watch, then protests the Ones To Watch. And we only have one pop culture feature this month, but when it's as memorable as Christina's sitdown with Charlie Sheen, that's all you need.Join The LTS Club And Get The Goodies

Full Cast And Crew
130. 'Over The Edge' (1979)

Full Cast And Crew

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 63:32


Thrilled to revisit 1979's seminal teen-angst/school destruction fantasy 'Over The Edge'...a teen film to rule them all, a movie that more accurately captures the bonds of youthful friendship and the bounds of self-discovery than all the John Hughes films combined.  Using a mix of first-time, inexperienced, and non-professional locals as actors, the Colorado-shot film has an authenticity and veracity to it that's rarely been equalled. Plus it has an absolute kick-ass soundtrack loaded with Cheap Trick, Van Halen, Jimi Hendrix, The Cars, and Ramones. It launched the career of Matt Dillon, who was discovered loitering in a Long Island High School hallway during class time.  "What's your Mother do?" the casting director asked. "She don't do shit" was Dillon's attitudinal reply and he has the job because of and not in spite of his rawness and rough edges.  Joined by frequent FCAC guest star Richard Brown, we talk all about the origin story, making of, and critical and fan reception to this excellent and enduring film.

2500 DelMonte Street: The Oral History of Tower Records

Rick Dorsey is a 20 year Tower Records veteran. Starting his career in West Covina in 1986, Dorsey also worked at, and then in May of 1992 (the first day of the LA riots) ran,  the Westwood, Los Angeles store until 1995. Rick ultimately went back to West Covina where he worked until 2006 when Tower Records went out of business. But long before he worked for Tower, Rick had the bug of being a major music fan. His older sister brought home records by The Sex Pistols, The Clash and The Ramones and she turned Rick onto music greater than what was being played on radio. Music became his main identity as a teenager as he snuck into local clubs to see some of the great LA bands of the time; Oingo Boingo, The Stray Cats, X, Agent Orange and others. In this episode Rick tells us about the managerial influence of Bob Feterl and Anita Bonds, why shopping visits from Michael Jackson were so stressful, conversations he had with George Harrison, what R&B song Al Cowlings and OJ Simpson were looking for the day before the low speed White Bronco chase, why Anita Baker stopped her show at the Greek Theatre to shout out Westwood's Jazz Buyer and why Russ Solomon's style guided his managerial outlook. 

El sótano
El sótano - Los martes al punk (II) - 09/08/22

El sótano

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 60:10


Para la programación veraniega de los martes de agosto hemos cocinado unas sesiones de punk rock con una selección de pildorazos que sonarán non stop y sin interrupciones. Segundo capítulo de los martes al punk en donde seguimos rescatando discos clásicos, esta vez del período 1977 y 1978. Playlist; (sintonía) IAN DURY “Wake up and make love with me” RICHARD HELL and THE VOIDOIDS “Blank generation” THE BOOMTOWN RATS “Joey’s on the streets again” JOHNNY THUNDERS “It’s not enough” SEX PISTOLS “Holidays in the sun” DEAD BOYS “All this and more” DIODES “Shapes of things to come” RAMONES “We’re a happy family” THE DAMNED “One way love” WIRE “Pink flag” EDDIE AND THE HOT RODS “Do anything you wanna do” SUICIDE “Ghost rider” EATER “Sweet Jane” THE DRONES “Persecution complex” THE DICTATORS “Exposed” BLONDIE “Denise” MINK DEVILLE “Spanish stroll” ELVIS COSTELLO “Waiting for the end of the world” Escuchar audio

That Record Got Me High Podcast
S5E242 - Bonus Mixtape Episode with Mike Watt

That Record Got Me High Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 70:34 Very Popular


"The Man In The Van" himself, Mike Watt (Minutemen, fIREHOSE, The Stooges) joins us for another BONUS "Mixtape Episode", where we invite a special guest to curate a mixtape for our listeners and dig into their musical selections. He did NOT disappoint! Mike's mixtape: 1. Blank Generation - Richard Hell & The Voidoids 2. She's As Beautiful As A Foot - Blue Oyster Cult 3. Another Coke - Alternative Television 4. Dice Man - The Fall 5. Mine Mine Mind - Roky Erickson 6. Up Around The Bend - Creedence Clearwater Revival 7. Forces Of Oppression - The Pop Group 8. Dot Dash - Wire 9. Richie Dagger's Crime - The Germs 10. You're Not Blank (So Baby We're Through) - The Dils 11. (Afraid of Being) Bled by Leeches - Lemon Kittens 12. Jump Into The Fire - Harry Nilsson *Other songs featured in this episode: Take 5, D. - Minutemen; Arrow-Pierced-Egg-Man - Mike Watt; 1969 (live, 2007) - The Stooges; Bad Brain - The Ramones; The Girl Can't Help It - Little Richard; The Big Stick - Minutemen; Frownland - Captain Beefheart; All My Senses - VS (Mark Stewart, Mike Watt, KK Null; Ghost Rider - Suicide; Dr. Wu - Minutemen

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La Gran Travesía
Sheryl Crow, Ramones, The Clash, The Jam, The Police, Afghan Whigs... en La Gran Travesía

La Gran Travesía

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 73:38


Hoy os dejamos en La Gran Travesía un programa donde podréis escuchar a Sheryl Crow, los Ramones, Police, The Jam, Afghan Whigs, Elliott Smith, Tina Turner, The Clash...y muchos más Y ya sabéis, si os gusta el programa y os apetece, podéis apoyarnos y colaborar con nosotros por el simple precio de una cerveza al mes, desde el botón azul de iVoox donde pone apoyar, y así, además acceder a todo el archivo histórico exclusivo. Muchas gracias a todos por suscribiros, comentar, compartir, darle like... y en especial a los mecenas y patrocinadores de La Gran Travesía por su apoyo. Lourdes Pilar, Jose Diego, Dora, Miguel Angel Torres, Dani, Suibne, Jesús Miguel, Leticia, Sementalex, Guillermo Gutierrez, Zimmy, Enrique FG, Sergio Castillo, Aida, Mati, Elliot SF, Redneckman, Daniel A, Raul Andrés, Luis Miguel Crespo, Gonzalo Fernández, Vlado 74, Toni Sureda, Alvaro Pérez, Marcos París, Angel Hernandez, Edgar Cuevas, Okabe 16, Jit, Karlos Martinez, Vicente DC, Francisco González, María Arán, javifer27, juancalero62, Eulogiko, Ikatza, Fonune, Juan Carlos González… y a los mecenas anónimos. Aquí tenéis la lista con todos los programas dedicados a lo mejor de la Historia del Rock https://www.ivoox.com/historia-del-rock-la-gran-travesia_bk_list_420023_1.html

TNT Radio NYC
TNT #27 - Rodney on the ROQ Vol. 1

TNT Radio NYC

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 60:06


Originally recorded on July 30 2022, this episode focuses on the wonderfully frenetic 1980 album Rodney on the ROQ Vol. 1. This episode marks the first in a two-part series focusing on the idea of compilation albums and discovery. Rodney on the ROQ Vol. 1 is a perfect way to kick things off, as this album showcases some old favorites as well as some hidden gems from the 1980 LA punk and new wave scene.

Der Soundtrack Meines Lebens
Wolfgang Niedecken

Der Soundtrack Meines Lebens

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 109:25


Wolfgang Niedecken ist Jahrgang 1951, geboren natürlich in Kölle am Rhin. Seit 1976 ist er Sänger, Texter, Komponist und Frontmann der Gruppe BAP. Mit der hat er die Köllsche Mundart weit über das Rheinland hinaus populär gemacht. Ursprünglich wollte er aber Maler werden – und so studierte er ab 1970 und ohne Abitur freie Malerei und Kunstgeschichte an den Kölner Werkschulen. Das Studium schließt er 1974 mit dem Examen und nach einem Studienaufenthalt in New York City ab. Bis heute ist Niedecken aktiver bildender Künstler, der die meisten Plattencover seiner Band gestaltet hat. 1998 und 2013 wird er für sein soziales und politisches Engagement mit dem Bundesverdienstkreuz ausgezeichnet. Seit vielen Jahren engagiert er sich gegen Rassismus und er ist Sonderbotschafter der Hilfsaktion „Gemeinsam für Afrika“. 2013 ist auch das Jahr, in dem er das Buch „Zugabe – Die Geschichte einer Rückkehr“ veröffentlicht. Darin setzt er sich mit dem Umgang und der Bewältigung seines Schlaganfalls auseinander, den er im November 2011 erleidet.

Radio Duna - Sintonía Crónica
Ramones, espíritu adolescente

Radio Duna - Sintonía Crónica

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022


setenta. Con su sonido y su actitud, el cuarteto inscribió su sello en el inicio de la movida punk y se convirtió en una de las bandas más influyentes, pero menos exitosas de todos los tiempos.

SlapperCast: a weekly talk show with Blaggards
Episode 181: Slapping Onwards

SlapperCast: a weekly talk show with Blaggards

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 46:08


This week on SlapperCast: Patrick and Chad talk about some off-the-cuff home recording they did over the weekend, which resulted in a fully-produced cover of Johnny Cash's "Don't Take Your Guns to Town" that we think turned out rather nicely (available on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/posts/dont-take-your-69880215)). We also talk about songwriting, mixing and music production, and this week's song kill/rescue segment leads into a discussion about animosity within bands that are either the result of success or simply persist because of it. Artists mentioned: John Fogerty, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Led Zeppelin, Robert Plant, Clannad, the Police, the Who, the Ramones, the Kinks, et al. Songs killed: * John Fogerty — Centerfield (https://youtu.be/Xq3hEMUeBGQ) * Led Zeppelin — Rock and Roll (https://youtu.be/RCN6eRVav5k) Songs rescued: * CCR — Ramble Tamble (https://youtu.be/KxOJrSVL8g4) * Robert Plant — Ship of Fools (https://youtu.be/GPyPT7fb0-Q) * Clannad — Closer to Your Heart (https://youtu.be/rG_fLRu4vcw) Show dates Blaggards.com (https://blaggards.com/shows/) Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/pg/blaggards/events/) Bandsintown (https://www.bandsintown.com/a/3808) A longer, unedited version of this episode (https://www.patreon.com/posts/slappercast-181-69914144) is available on Patreon. Follow us on social media YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/blaggards) Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/blaggards/) Twitter (https://twitter.com/blaggards) Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/blaggards/) Become a Patron Join Blaggards on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/blaggards) for bonus podcast content, live tracks, rough mixes, and other exclusives. Rate us Rate and review SlapperCast on iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/slappercast-a-weekly-talk-show-with-blaggards/id1452061331) Questions? If you have questions for a future Q&A episode, * leave a comment on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/blaggards), or * tweet them to us (https://twitter.com/blaggards) with the hashtag #slappercast.

El sótano
El sótano - Los martes al punk (I) - 02/08/22

El sótano

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 59:24


Primera de las sesiones para los martes de agosto cocinada con punk rock y new wave de la cosecha de finales de los años 70. Playlist; (sintonía) RAMONES “You’re gonna kill that girl” THE RUNAWAYS “Queen of noise” TELEVISION “See no evil” THE DAMNED “Neat neat neat” THE SAINTS “One way Street” IGGY POP “Nightclubbing” THE CLASH “Police and thieves” THE STRANGLERS “Sometimes” THE JAM “I’ve changed my address” THE VIBRATORS “Baby baby” THE REAL KIDS “All kindsa girls” RADIO BIRDMAN “Murder City nights” IGGY POP “The passenger” THE BOYS “First time” THE STRANGLERS “No more héroes” TALKING HEADS “Pulled up” Escuchar audio

Banned Biographies
Interview with Brad Hallen (Nervous Eaters)

Banned Biographies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 57:18


On this special interview episode of the Banned Biographies podcast,  Tom Austin-Morgan talks to the bassist of the Boston-based garage punk band Nervous Eaters, Brad Hallen.This episode largely deals with the new single, Wild Eyes, and upcoming album, Monsters & Angels, as well as about Brad's life an career to this point, and boy has he had a career! He's played with so many bands and artists including Ministry, Iggy Pop, Elliot Easton (The Cars),  Jane Wiedlin (The Go-Go's), Aimee Mann, Susan Tadeschi , Monster Mike Welch, Duke Robillard, Roomful of Blues and so many others.Formed in the mid-70's, the Nervous Eaters would eventually become the house band for the legendary Boston punk rock club The Rat, where they established themselves as a leading punk rock band in the Northeast, playing with a who's who of punk and new wave luminaries, including The Police, The Ramones, The Cars, Patti Smith, Dead Boys, Iggy Pop, The Stranglers, Go-Go's and many others.The band's original drummer, the late Jeff Wilkinson, let the band rehearse in his family's basement. “His mother, Florence, fed the band at these rehearsals. Band leader, Steve Cataldo explained: “We'd come up from the basement at different times to grab something to eat and she said, ‘Why don't you all come up and sit down and have a meal? You're such a bunch of nervous eaters.' So, it stuck. It wasn't the coolest name to hit the town, but it seemed like a good idea at the time. We had a good laugh over it and we loved Florence. We are the Nervous Eaters.”The band launched in the mid 1970's and were a leading punk rock band in the Northeast. Home base: The black-walled, sticky-floored, basement club in Boston's Kenmore Square - The Rat. The Eaters played snarling, self-deprecating lust-for-life blasts like Shit for Brains, Get Stuffed, Last Chance, Just Head, and I'm a Degenerate. Their first release a 45, on Rat Records, 1976, which gained local and national college airplay for their classic single - Loretta.The buzz built and their popularity grew. The Cars' Ric Ocasek produced a demo tape which got the band signed to Elektra Records. They toured around the world - but the album stalled, going astray from the start with the wrong assigned label producer and a lack of follow-through. The original Eaters dissolved but came back in the mid- ‘80s with a new line-up. The reborn Eaters launched a salvo called HOT STEEL AND ACID in 1986, a far better disc (that sounded like the band), on the indie label Ace of Hearts. Producer Rick Harte captured the Eaters vicious, vintage punk sound and it went as far as a Boston indie could take it.The band has been revived a few times over the years with various line-ups. The current version of the Nervous Eaters formed in 2018 and includes three other Boston rock veterans, bassist Brad Hallen (who you're about to learn all about), drummer David McLean (of Willie Alexander's Boom Boom Band) and guitarist/vocalist Adam Sherman (of Private Lightning), and between them, they have recorded and/or toured with such artists as Ministry, Iggy Pop, Aimee Mann, Jane Wiedlin, Susan Tedeschi, Jimmie Vaughan, Lenny Kaye and many others.You can find Nervous Eaters at their website: nervouseaters.net, on Facebook and Instagram and you can find Brad Hallen at his website bradhallen.comThis interview was made possible thanks to Peter Ferioli at Pantheon Podcasts and Mike Cubillos at Earshot Media and I'm incredibly grateful to them.ContactTwitter: @BannedBiogsFacebook: @BannedBiographiesInstagram: @bannedbiographiesE-mail: bannedbiographies@gmail.com

comPOSERS: The Movie Score Podcast
AIRHEADS (1994) - Series 11: Episode 167

comPOSERS: The Movie Score Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 55:05


Despite the high risk to the elderly, Krueger did not die of COVID, so we're back with the second half of Soundtrack Appreciation Month...s. This week we travel back to 1994 — not that you'd know from the music — to rock out with Brendan Fraser, Steve Buscemi and Adam Sandler in the disastrous flop (that Krueger loves anyway) Airheads, with music by Carter Burwell, Primus, The Ramones, Motörhead and more!

El sótano
El sótano - Di Versiones (XXX) - 29/07/22

El sótano

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 61:04


Alcanzamos el episodio nº30 de la serie Diversiones. Treinta horas de radio escuchando canciones clásicas del pop y del rock versionadas por grupos o artistas de generaciones posteriores a la del original. Esperamos que hayas disfrutado. Playlist; (sintonía) THE CHARADES “Kepchup song aka Aserejé” (Las Ketchup) THE BAD SHEPHERDS “Anarchy in the UK” (Sex Pistols) DI MAGGIO BROTHERS “Every breath you take” (The Police) LIVING END “10:15 Saturday night” (The Cure) CRUMMY STUFF “Summer fun” (Barracudas) THE NEW PICCADILLYS “Complete control” (The Clash) THE REGRETTES “Teenager in love” (Dion) BRADY HARRIS BAND “Our lips are sealed” (The Go-Go’s) SKANDALOUS ALL STARS “I wanna be sedated” (Ramones) SAY SUE ME “Dreaming” (Blondie) THE JESUS AND MARY CHAIN “Tower of song” (Leonard Cohen) JANE’S ADDICTION “Rock’n’Roll” (Velvet Underground) THE CYNICS “I got you babe” (Sonny and Cher) THE CONNECTION “No expectations” (Rolling Stones) JOHN P STROHM “Where is my mind” (Pixies) Escuchar audio

PROHFILES | THE WRATH OF THE BUZZARD
THE WRATH OF THE BUZZARD | BONUS 3

PROHFILES | THE WRATH OF THE BUZZARD

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 58:04


On our final bonus episode, we learn about "the switch" - one of the "trademarks of WMMS." Denny's interview with Bob Seger and another one with The Ramones. John and Denny both discuss the one memory they wish they could relive. We wrap up the series with and chat and exclusive performance by Cleveland folk musician Alex Bevan. "PROHFILES - THE WRATH OF THE BUZZARD" is produced by Wessler Media and distributed on the Evergreen Podcasts Network. Guests: John Gorman, Denny Sanders and Alex Bevan. Books: John Gorman's "The Buzzard" and Mike Olszewski's "Cleveland Radio Tales" and "Radio Daze." Merch: David Helton's Buzzard T-Shirt Shop and eBay merch store. Special thanks: Alex Bevan for the use of "The Buzzard Song" as our closing credits theme. © 1977 Alex Bevan/Fiddler's Wynde Music BMI (all rights reserved) The Wrath of the Buzzard and its production company are not affiliated, associated, authorized, endorsed by, or in any way officially connected with 100.7 WMMS, its ownership, or any of its subsidiaries or its affiliates. Podcast cover art is an original creation of the artist, used with permission. Any audio, individuals, product names, logos, brands, and other trademarks or images featured on or referred to within this podcast or its website are the property of their respective trademark and copyright holders. Appearance on this podcast or its website does not imply endorsement. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Lucy's Record Shop
Buckley's Record Shop (feat. Randy Fox)

Lucy's Record Shop

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 43:32


In 2019, music writer Randy Fox discovered a long-forgotten nugget of info - sixteen years before Lucy's opened its doors at 1707 Church Street in Nashville it was home to another record store called Buckley's. Randy has an insatiable curiosity and an unbridled enthusiasm for music and history, so this story has lots of twists and turns. It starts in Kentucky and his discovery of the Sex Pistols and the Ramones in college, zigs into the history of mid-20th century radio and record shops, and zags to the use of urban planning as a tool for white supremacy. Chock full. Enjoy! Randy Fox grew up in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky and now lives in Nashville, Tennessee. Currently managing editor of The Madisonian and an Editor-at-Large for The East Nashvillian, his writing has also appeared in Vintage Rock, Country Music, Record Collector, Journal of Country Music, Nashville Scene and many other publications. He is the author of Shake Your Hips: The Excello Records Story, a history of the renowned Nashville-based blues, soul and gospel record label. He is also a co-founder, President, and Program Director of independent, freeform radio station WXNA 101.5 FM in Nashville, where he hosts the weekly programs, Randy's Record Shop and the Hipbilly Jamboree. Episode Music: Lambchop - So I Hear You're Moving (Intro) Deford Bailey - Davidson County Blues Slim Harpo - Shake Your Hips Etta James - Seven Day Fool (Live at the New Era Club I'm Going to Sit at the Welcome Table / "We Shall Not Be Moved" - The Nashville Sit-in Story: Songs and Scenes of Nashville Lunch Counter Desegregation (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings) Additional Mentions/Links: Shake  Your Hips: The Excello Records Story by Randy Fox “The Emperor of Grooves,” by Randy Fox, The East Nashvillian “Love at 33 1/3: Reflections on a Year of Writing About Record Stores,” by Randy Fox, The Nashville Scene Rock 'n' Roll High School (1979) movie review - Sneak Previews with Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel WXNAfm.org One Mile North by Campbell Haynes (Belmont Law Review, Volume 8, Issue 1: 2020) The Highway to Segregation by Sabre J. Rucker (Masters Thesis, Vanderbilt University, 2016) “Racist planning shaped our city; conscientious planning can help undo its mistakes,” By Adrien Weibgen, New York Daily News Harvey's Nashville Sells 39¢ Singles, Billboard, May, 5, 1962 Randy's Record Shop. Ernie's Record Mart. Dot Records DJ Gene Nobels  The Children by David Halberstam JeffersonStreetSound.com Fisk University, Meharry Medical College, Tennessee Agricultural & Industrial State University (now Tennessee State University) Diane Nash, Rev.James Lawson, Congressman John Lewis, Bernard Lafayette, C.T. Vivian, Rip Patton Night train to Nashville: Music City Rhythm and Blues 1945–1970, Country Music Hall of Fame, Michael Gray & Daniel Cooper, curators. Cover Photo of Randy Fox, Scott Greenwalt Photography PLAYLISTS & RADIO SHOWS The Best of Excello Records The Excello Story, Vol. II (1955 - 1957) The Excello Records Story, Vol. I (1952 - 1955) Randy's Record Shop (Randy's Radio Show) - Mondays, 7:00am–9:00am CT, Archive and Live on WXNAFM.org Hipbilly Jamboree! (Randy's Radio Show) - Sunday 3 - 5 PM Archive and live on WXNAfm.org Follow us / Say helloInstagram: @lucysrecordshopTwitter: @lucysrecordshop Facebook: /lucysrecordshop This show is part of We Own This Town, a podcast network of original entertainment and documentary content. You can find more info at the official site at WeOwnThisTown.Net and on Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter.

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
Episode 1351 - Jerry Harrison

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 94:11 Very Popular


Talking Heads and The Modern Lovers are two of the most influential bands of the '70s and many would argue two of the best bands ever. And Jerry Harrison was in them both. Jerry and Marc talk about the blending of modern art and rock music that both of those bands helped pioneer and the environment in New York City that allowed groups like The Velvet Underground, Blondie, and The Ramones to thrive. They also get into the tensions behind the scenes with the Talking Heads members and Jerry's rekindled friendship with Modern Lovers frontman Jonathan Richman. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Sign up here for WTF+ to get the full show archives and weekly bonus material! https://plus.acast.com/s/wtf-with-marc-maron-podcast.

Ongoing History of New Music
The History of Alt-Rock: Chapter 8

Ongoing History of New Music

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 25:30 Very Popular


When punk rock first appeared in the middle 1970s, the major record companies in north America really didn't care...they were happily making millions and millions of dollars from big rock bands like Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Fleetwood Mac and The Eagles..... And there was millions more coming in from disco...which was sweeping the world....it was like a plague–but a profitable one...so why would they bother with this weird stuff bubbling up from tiny, scary clubs on both sides of the Atlantic?...they were too busy going to big stadium shows and getting down at Studio 54... But this new music wouldn't go away...so when Led Zeppelin broke up and the Stones and The Eagles and Fleetwood Mac disappeared up their own buts and the disco bubble finally burst the record execs tried to tame it......marketing the gentler and less intense bands under the umbrella of something they called “New Wave”. Oh, they tried with punk, but they got it really, really wrong...you gotta wonder what was going through that executive's head when The Ramones were picked to open shows for toto.... No, seriously...The Ramones were the opening act for Toto on one tour...I swear I didn't make that up...it happened in Lake Charles, Louisiana...January 26, 1979...they were also paired up with Foreigner and Blue Oyster Cult... But we have to be fair....the general public just didn't get punk....when The Sex pistols appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine in the fall of 1977, it was one of their poorest-selling issues, ever....mind you, the headline read “rock is sick and living in London”...the story began with a quote from Isaiah 3:24: “instead of perfume, there will be rottenness”.... After that, most Rolling Stone writers were instructed to stop writing about this music...it was bad for business...really bad... But there were people who got it....and frankly, fans of non-mainstream music were quite happy to be left alone...they were into this new music precisely because they hated the mainstream...and over the next dozen years, the musical underground was allowed left to gestate undisturbed......it slowly mutated and evolved into something very unique---very powerful...this is the complete history of alt-rock, chapter 8... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Out on an Island
Ep.17 "Oh, Bondage Up Yours! Oh, Bondage No More!"

Out on an Island

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 90:06


Who runs the world? Well, fat white capitalists, of course! But women of all shapes and kinds are awesome and today Diz and Al discuss the "girls" who run the punk rock world. Join us for a conversation on women throughout punk rock history. New episodes drop on Saturdays at 3:00 pm HST Listen to our playlist on Spotify Song: “Oh bondage, Up Yours” by X-Ray Spex News Offensive land acknowledgment Indoor masks optional in public schools NYPD Makes Fitness Test Easier [Need your GOOD NEWS NETWORK Article] Information Trans Women in Punk Hellcat Records The Day the Country Died Documentary Sledgehammer Incident The Tampon Incident Legacy of Women in Punk by Decade 1970s Jayne County, Patti Smith, Joan Jett, The Runaways, The Slits, Crass (Penny Rinbaud), Siouxie and the Banshees, Vivienne Westwood and punk fashion 1980s [UK Anarcho Years, Zounds, …Pink Indians?] Vice Squad, X-Ray Spex, The Plasmatics, Blondie (Debbie Harry), Lunachicks, Hole, bondage fashion 1990s Bikini Kill, The Distillers, F-Minor, L7, Seven Year Bitch, Bratmobile, Nausea, Antischism, The Gits, Tilt, agenda-driven content, Shonen Knife, Riot Grrrl, Queercore 2000s Brodie Dalle (or Armstrong), White Lung, Shawna Potter, Horrorpops, Avril Lavigne as punk fashion (not punk music), Against Me! (Laura Jane Grace), Tiger Army, TsuShiMaMire 2010s to today G.L.O.S.S. (Sadie Switchblade Smith), Bad Cop Bad Cop, War on Women, Lunachicks (return from haitus), The Bombpops, She/Her/Hers (Emma Grrl), Bridge City Sinners, Mangy, Aye Nako, CU Space Cowboy, Not on Tour Honorable Notes Mary Harron, later known as the award-winning director of American Psycho, I Shot Andy Warhol, and The Notorious Bettie Page, started her career writing for Punk magazine after finding that no mainstream publication would hire her. Roberta Bayley documented the CBGB scene in a series of now-iconic photographs, including the one that graced the cover of the first Ramones album. Jayne County came out as the first openly transgender musician in 1979; and BDSM leather became the stereotypical punk outfit. The goal was to smash through people's perceptions of what was typical and allowed. Bridge City Sessions out of Portland Band Shoutouts Antischism “Salvation or Annihilation” Not On Tour Growing Pains “Therapy” Shoutouts Chris from Therapy in San Diego is still undergoing treatment and recovery for leukemia. Please donate if you can. Let's fucking have the conversations! Email us at outonanislandpodcast@gmail.com or follow us on Instagram. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/outonanislandpodcast/message

WAN DEEP SESSION
WAN DEEP SESSION #606 (Sergio Ramones vs. QUANTOM @ Cafe Del Mar Ibiza) [MELODIC TECHNO / ETHEREAL TECHNO]

WAN DEEP SESSION

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 120:03


Brand new episode!Enjoy and subscribe for more!!!Donate us on PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/iamquantom Follow our social media:instagram.com/iamquantominstagram.com/wanderlustrecsoundcloud.com/wanderlustrecsoundcloud.com/quantomofficialFollow our Spotify Playlist:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4i4M6A9QvdIAgOStjjWQPrTAG #wandeepsession on IGFollow our group on Telegram for more music:https://t.me/wanderlustrecordsListen new single "Chimera":https://open.spotify.com/track/1bKWaxn5GxyXToOeJrHERr?si=56e84c37fd8f45a4If you want to have a guestmix in our session, just send us link with 1,5h - 2h of your mix (WAV) including tracklist.Email: wanderlustrecords@outlook.comNote that WAN DEEP SESSION is the original and very first successful Techno show in the Czech Republic & only the #1 in your techno collection. For any business inquiries email to hello@quantom-production.com© Wanderlust Records Ltd. 2017-2022 All Rights Reserved

Analog Smile
Analog Smile - The Nervous Eaters

Analog Smile

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 19:08


On this episode of Analog Smile, Sherry speaks with Steve Cataldo and Brad Hallen from The Nervous Eaters. The Nervous Eaters are an original rock and roll band from Boston, MA who helped define the Boston underground garage/punk rock scene of the late 70's. The band was formed by Steve Cataldo on the North Shore of Boston in Beverly, MA. Fueled by the raw sounds of Link Wray, early Chicago Blues greats and British guitar legends Beck, Clapton and Page, the Nervous Eaters created a raw edgy song style uniquely their own. The Nervous Eaters were one of the more popular rock & roll bands in the Northeast, eventually headlining at venues throughout the United States and Europe. The band has opened for numerous National Acts that included Iggy Pop, Squeeze, The Go Go's, The Pretenders, The Police, The Ramones and The Split Enzs. Other bands from the USA, Canada, Europe, Australia, and Asia have covered songs by the Nervous Eaters. Ric Ocasek of The Cars produced a demo for the band that was picked up by Elektra Records and released nationally in 1980. They have also recorded for Penimman Records, No Tomorrow Records and Ace of Hearts Records. The band was signed by Wicked Cool Records in 2021 with new songs premiering in 2022. The current band is Steve Cataldo on lead guitar and lead vocals, Brad Hallen on bass, back-up vocals, Adam Sherman on rhythm guitar, back-up vocals and David McLean on drums. Sherry, Steve, and Brad chat about their new music and much more! Check out nervouseaters.net for more details.

Beyond The Fame with Jason Fraley

WTOP Entertainment Reporter Jason Fraley wishes a happy 70th birthday to Marky Ramone, drummer for the pioneering punk-rock band The Ramones. Jason tag-teamed this interview with WTOP colleague Neal Augenstein in 2015 when Marky Ramone released his memoir "Punk Rock Blitzkrieg: My Life as a Ramone." (Royalty-Free Theme Music: Scott Buckley's "Clarion")

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El sótano
El sótano - Head & Banger DJ's; sesión punk inconexo - 14/07/22

El sótano

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 58:42


Head and Banger, superhéroes del rocknroll, una pareja de pinchadiscos que emergió en la noche madrileña para hacer atronar las cabinas de los garitos con cartuchos de punk rock a ritmo de 45rpm. Suya es la sesión musical cocinada para hoy; Playlist; THE CHOIR - ‘It’s Cold Outside’ (Head) THE NECESSARIES - 'Runaway Child (Minors Beware)' (Banger) U.K. SUBS - ‘Keep On Running (Till You Burn)’ (Head) A.P.B. - 'Chain Reaction' (Banger) ROBERT GORDON - ‘Red Hot’ (Head) RAMONES - 'Go Lil' Camaro Go' (Banger) BLEACHED - ‘For the Feel’ (Head) NEW MATH - 'Die Trying' (Banger) PARASITES - ‘Last Caress’ (Head) DAN SARTAIN (Con Jane Wiedlin) - 'Now Now Now' (Banger) LOS VEGETALES - ‘Odio el verano’ (Head) OUTTACONTROLLER - 'Colt Summer' (Banger) RARITO - ‘Los miércoles’ (Head) FIDLAR - 'Got No Money' (Banger) BABY SHAKES - ‘Lonely Nights’ (Head) JOHNNY PALERMO - 'Summer Again' (Banger) Escuchar audio

Talk Louder
Mickey Finn

Talk Louder

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 74:17


Mickey Finn He shook up MTV by sporting a Mohawk before punk rock went mainstream and shared stages with Cheap Trick, Kix, the Ramones and upcoming peers, Guns N' Roses and Poison. His band, Jetboy, was signed to major labels, had an arsenal of arena-ready hard rock songs and caught the attention of Paul Stanley. So, what went wrong? Singer Mickey Finn joins us to share Jetboy's rock-n-roll damnation. Created and Produced by Jared Tuten

The Mistress Carrie Podcast
Zach Blair from Rise Against

The Mistress Carrie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 43:00


Zach Blair is the guitarist in Rise Against, who just released their new EP Nowhere Generation II. From his home studio in Austin, Zach talked to Mistress Carrie about traveling, songwriting, radio, family, punk music, political statements in music, AC/DC, The Toadies, Gwar, guitar tone and much more!Check out the custom playlist for Episode #110See Rise Against at RoadRunner in Brighton MA 8/12/2022Find Zach Blair Online:InstagramFind Rise Against Online:WebsiteInstagramFacebookTwitterYoutubeFind Mistress Carrie Online:Official WebsiteThe Mistress Carrie Backstage Pass on PatreonTwitterFacebookInstagramYouTubeCameoTikTok

Car Con Carne
Iconic rock club Metro immortalized in Gene Ambo's photographs - recorded at Circle Tavern (Episode 753)

Car Con Carne

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 39:26


If you like music, Chicago culture and kickass tavern food, this is your episode. Photographer Gene Ambo joins me to talk about his massive new coffee table book, “HEAVY METRO: ACCESS ALL ERAS.” The book covers 40 years of live music on and off the legendary stage of Chicago's Metro (3730 N. Clark Street).    The book is a mind-blowing collection of performance and backstage shots, including metal giants Slayer, Metallica and Motorhead; alternative superstars Smashing Pumpkins, Jane's Addiction, Ramones, Nirvana and Red Hot Chili Peppers; and punk heroes like Naked Raygun and Descendents. We talk about the stories behind the shots, and the moods and the attitudes of the artists in the pictures.   This episode was fueled by the insanely good burgers at Circle Tavern (18 Conti Parkway, Elmwood Park). Owner/all around kickass dude Mike Jardine jumped in the backseat to join in the conversation and talk about Circle Tavern's menu and history. No joke: The double burgers are completely legit and worth a trip to Elmwood Park.   Now is the time to go solar! Introducing Transparent Solar. With zero money down,  you can go solar and enjoy benefits like a 25 year warranty, saving money on your electric bill after installation and increasing your home value. Go to sopelsolar.com to learn more!

I Don't Wanna Hear It
180 – Deep Dives For Dummies: NYC Venues

I Don't Wanna Hear It

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 80:26


I Don't Wanna Hear It Podcast180 – Deep Dives For Dummies: NYC VenuesThis week we're talking about places we've never been because we weren't alive. But hey, they're still important. OMFUG you goddamn ingrates.-Check out more of our stuff at I Don't Wanna Hear It and join the Patreon, jabroni. I mean, if you want. Don't be weird about it. Oh, and we publish books now at WND Press because we want to be bankrupted by a dying medium.We now have a Big Cartel where you can buy shirts, pins, mugs, and coffee.Also, you should listen to our 2021 Christmas special: A Black Metal Christmas Carol, as well as Mikey's true crime podcast, Wasteland and Shane's psychology podcast, Why We Do What We Do.Aaannnddd... our good buddy Matt Moment is in a great hardcore band called Contact. Check 'em out!Episode Links:The Raging NathansCosmic PutrefactionStonefilmsnycSome of our old bands are on Spotify:Absent FriendsWe're Not DeadYears From NowMusical Attribution:Licensed through NEOSounds. License information available upon request.“5 O'Clock Shadow,” “America On the Move,” “Baby You Miss Me,” “Big Fat Gypsy,” “Bubble Up,” “C'est Chaud,” “East River Blues,” “The Gold Rush,” “Gypsy Fiddle Jazz,” “Here Comes That Jazz,” “I Wish I Could Charleston,” “I Told You,” “It Feels Like Love To Me,” “Little Tramp,” “Mornington Crescent,” “No Takeaways.”

Behind the Song
Bruce Springsteen wrote "Hungry Heart" for who?

Behind the Song

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 11:08 Very Popular


When Bruce Springsteen decided to double up on songs for his 1980 album, The River, he also decided to keep its biggest hit for himself instead of giving it to the punk rock band he originally wrote it for. With a title inspired by a poem by Alfred, Lord Tennyson, this song about the wanderlust of a traveling man resonated with fans so much that it became his first chart-topping hit, going all the way to number five on the Billboard Hot 100. Unpack the history of “Hungry Heart” in the new episode of the Behind The Song podcast. Watch the video episode and subscribe to the Behind The Song Youtube channel: https://bit.ly/2DBF4wJ

Real Punk Radio Podcast Network
Redox #316 – 20th Century Boy / Bang A Gong (Live at the Masonic 4/13/15)

Real Punk Radio Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022


 Originally Published 7/10/16A bit of the Rex tonight - yes a tribute to the Father of Glam!  Marc BolanPS - the photo above is Bolan with the Ramones drinking Red Red Wine... Real Punk Radio podcast Network brings you the best in Punk, Rock, Underground Music around! From Classic Oi!, Psychobilly and Hardcore to some Classic Rock n Roll and 90's indie Alt Rock greatness!! With Tons of Live DJ's that like to Talk Music From Garage Rock, to Ska.. We are True MUSIC GEEKS!

Rockabilly & Blues Radio Hour
Catching A Wave 07-04-22

Rockabilly & Blues Radio Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 57:04


We have a patriotic set of tunes with songs from John Mellencamp, Chris Isaak, Rick Derringer, The Hot Doggers and Beth Riley brings us "Spirit Of America" in Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break.  There's a Two-Nami in the forecast with The Manakooras covering The Surfrajettes as well as The Surfrajettes original version too. We drop a coin in the Jammin' James Jukebox to hear our selection of the week.  Plus, we've got rockin' tunes from Mark Malibu & The Wasagas, The Monkees, Blondie, Ramones, The Breakers, The Jagaloons, Todd Bradley, Travis Koester, The Del-Vipers and The Hang-Ten Hangmen.   Intro music bed: "Catch A Wave"- The Beach Boys   The Monkees- "Birth Of An Accidental Hipster" Mark Malibu & The Wasagas- "Castaway Cove" The Hang-Ten Hangmen- "Hang Ten Hop" The Del-Vipers- "Raiders Reef" Ramones- "Do You Wanna Dance"   Patriotic segment: Rick Derringer- "Real American" Chris Isaak- "American Boy" John Mellencamp- "Justice and Independence"   Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break: The Beach Boys- "Spirit Of America" Follow "Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break" HERE   The Hot Doggers- "Surfin' USA" (Bruce Johnston on lead vocals)   The Jagaloons- "Journey To The Stars" Todd Bradley- "So Tired" The Breakers- "Crystal Pistol"   Two-Nami: The Manakooras- "Hale'iwa Hustle" The Surfrajettes- "Hale'iwa Hustle"   Jammin' James Jukebox selection of the week: Johnny & The Hurricanes- "Sheba"   Blondie- "Moonlight Drive" Travis Koester- "Zorro Goes Surfin'"   Outro music bed: Eddie Angel- "Mustang"  

Horror. Cult. Trash. Other.
HCTO #197 - Showering with the Ramones

Horror. Cult. Trash. Other.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 82:00


Welcome back to the Horror. Cult. Trash. Other. Podcast! This week we're discussing the bizarre cult classic, Rock ‘n' Roll High School, a 70s comedy that features PJ Soles serving in a red jacket, Clint Howard providing a very Clint Howard performance and the Ramones providing incredible musical numbers including one with Dee Dee Ramone in a shower. Email us at horror.cult.trash.other@gmail.com and check us out on Social Media at the following links www.facebook.com/horrorculttrashother Twitter - @horrorculttrash Instagram - @horror.cult.trash.other Theme song is Stick Around by Gary's old band, One Week Stand. Check them out on Spotify, iTunes and many other digital distributors!

Docs Till Death
RAMONES: The Decline & Fall of the Ramones-an Empire

Docs Till Death

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 105:29


(Gabba Gabba) Hey there DTD-heads! We know you love punk, and we also know that you're kinda into being sad, so this week, we've got a real big treat for you!! That's right, you guessed it; we're discussing Michael Gramaglia and Jim Fields' End of the Century: The Story of the Ramones -- a thoroughly depressing (and inspiring?) look at what you can achieve if you fully commit to emotional avoidance. Yeah, the movie's pretty heavy; but as usual, we're a laugh riot. So 1) shut off that ironic pro-America playlist you've been working on for the 4th of July party you're hosting tonight, 2) press play on this bad boy NOW, and then, later tonight, after you've finished the episode and the party is in full swing 3) have all your guests light a sparkler for Joey. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/docstilldeath/message

Suburban Underground
Episode 322 - Drew Bids Farewell!

Suburban Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 61:12


This is Drew's last official appearance on Suburban Underground as a co-host.  Mr. Bigshot professional radio host may visit our studios again in the future if he feel inclined to mingle with us commonfolk.  All of the selections in this week's show were picked by Drew.  you will hear such artists as: The Members, Hole, Art Brut, Billy Bragg, The Ramones, The Police, The Clash, Vampire Weekend, R.E.M., U2, Tift Merritt, T. Rex, Van Halen.   On the Air on Bedford 105.1 FM Radio      * 5pm Friday *      * 10am Sunday *      * 8pm Monday * Stream live at http://209.95.50.189:8178/stream Stream on-demand most recent episodes at https://wbnh1051.podbean.com/category/suburban-underground/ Twitter: @SUBedford1051 Facebook: SuburbanUndergroundRadio Instagram: SuburbanUnderground And available on demand on your favorite podcast app!

The Danny Diess Show
Post Punk New Wave Wednesday's 6/29/22

The Danny Diess Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 99:29


This week on post punk new wave wednesday's is another eclectic set of danny's picks from his music library along with all the awesome request from the listeners. this week featuring music by Altered images, David Bowie, The Church, T.S.O.L. Berlin, Jane's Addiction, The Cars, Siouxsie & The Banshees, Talk Talk, Joy Division, and more. Original Airdate 6/29/22.© Copyright Danny Diess 2022.

On The Upbeat
EP.120-DeadBeat At Dawn

On The Upbeat

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 60:31


Aaron from DeadBeat At Dawn joins Gary and RJ to discus his history w/ ska, the formation of the band, and maybe we talk a little about the Sex Pistols, the Ramones and UK punk vs. US punk, dadding and cat dadding. DeadBeat At Dawn Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0G7nU92WYnQKTYmK8W0Rz4 DeadBeat At Danw Bandcamp: https://0605records.bandcamp.com/music DeadBeat At Dawn Social Media: https://www.instagram.com/deadbeatatdawn/ https://www.facebook.com/DeadBeatAtDawn https://twitter.com/ThirskDeadBeats On The Upbeat Social Media: www.Instagram.com/ontheupbeatska www.facebook.com/ontheupbeatska www.twitter.com/ontheupbeatska On The Upbeat Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ontheupbeatska On The Upbeat Merch: https://on-the-upbeat.creator-spring.com/ Spotify playlist Ska Favorites: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2DikTsRPk4dspXejk9bFko?si=vaPlX9V7QVW9JsTRSUdqCg Ska News Theme by Dang!t: https://dangitband.bandcamp.com/music Main Theme by Millington: https://millingtonband.bandcamp.com/music You can buy the main Theme Song & More: https://ontheupbeat.bandcamp.com/audio

Punk Till I Die
Episode 179: T1 Fest is the best!

Punk Till I Die

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 122:19


In ep179 Neil talks about going to T1 Fest night 1 at Reggies in Chicago. We also talk record labels, the Ramones boxset and the new Dead Boys tour. Songs by The Cramps, Zoanoids, Decry, Bitter Truth, Ramones, NOTA, China White, Stains and J Prozac.

MasterYourMix Podcast
Bobby Owsinski: Using Analog Methods In The Digital Realm

MasterYourMix Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 61:06


Producer/engineer Bobby Owsinski is one of the best-selling authors in the music industry with 23 books that are now staples in audio recording, music, and music business programs in colleges around the world, including The Mixing Engineer's Handbook, Social Media Promotion For Musicians, Music 4.0: A Survival Guide For Making Music In The Internet Age and more. He's also a contributor to Forbes covering the new music business, his popular production and music industry blogs are nearing 8 million visits, and he's appeared on CNN and ABC News as a music branding and audio expert. Bobby has worked on over a hundred 5.1 surround projects and DVD productions for a variety of legendary superstar acts including The Who, Willie Nelson, Neil Young, Iron Maiden, The Ramones, and Chicago among many others.   IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: The fastest way to learn any skill Using content marketing to attract clients Managing your time Perfecting your arrangements to make mixing easier Overcoming demo-itis Creating a rough mix without even listening to the song Why it's important to use analog methods in the digital realm Making your song sound more energetic with compression To learn more about Bobby Owsinski, visit: https://bobbyowsinski.com/   To learn more tips on how to improve your mixes, visit https://masteryourmix.com/   Download your FREE copy of the Ultimate Mixing Blueprint: https://masteryourmix.com/blueprint/   Get your copy of the #1 Amazon bestselling book, The Mixing Mindset – The Step-By-Step Formula For Creating Professional Rock Mixes From Your Home Studio: https://masteryourmix.com/mixingmindsetbook/   Join the FREE MasterYourMix Facebook community: https://links.masteryourmix.com/community   To make sure that you don't miss an episode, make sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or on Android.   Have your questions answered on the show. Send them to questions@masteryourmix.com   Thanks for listening! Please leave a rating and review on iTunes!

Rock N Roll Pantheon
ROCK AND/OR ROLL POWER POP SERIES: JONATHAN PALEY

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 63:07


BJ presents an interview with Jonathan Paley, who recalls unwittingly wandering into some dive called CBGBs along with Jonathon Richman, auditioning for the Heartbreakers (Johnny Thunders, Richard Hell and Jerry Nolan), recording with the Ramones, being produced by Phil Spector, not to mention the story of the band he had with his brother Andy, the Paley Brothers, who recorded a power pop classic for Sire in 1978. The follow up would have been even better, but it never happened. Find out why...

Totally Rad Christmas!
Yulesville (w/ Scott Newman)

Totally Rad Christmas!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 95:28


What's up, dudes? It's June 25, which means we're halfway to Christmas! Scott Newman from Tinsel Tunes, Jingle Jank, and Christmas Morning is here with me to go through this 1987 Warner Bros Christmas promo album! There are Christmas IDs, tunes you've never heard, and red vinyl albums! Madonna, Prince, BeeGees, Randy Travis, Los Lobos…and those are just the ones know! Who is the mysterious voice of Santa? Why do so many artists mention responsible drinking? Who are some of these artists? So grab your jean jacket and jelly bracelets, rock that side pony, and rock out to this episode! Tinsel TunesFB: @tinseltunesIG: @tinseltunespodcastTwitter: @TinselTunesPod Jingle JankFB: @jinglejankpodcastIG: @jinglejankpodTwitter: @jinglejankpodChristmas MorningIG: @xmasmorningpod Twitter: @xmasmorningpod

A History Of Rock Music in Five Hundred Songs
Episode 150: “All You Need is Love” by the Beatles

A History Of Rock Music in Five Hundred Songs

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022


This week's episode looks at “All You Need is Love”, the Our World TV special, and the career of the Beatles from April 1966 through August 1967. Click the full post to read liner notes, links to more information, and a transcript of the episode. Patreon backers also have a thirteen-minute bonus episode available, on "Rain" by the Beatles. Tilt Araiza has assisted invaluably by doing a first-pass edit, and will hopefully be doing so from now on. Check out Tilt's irregular podcasts at http://www.podnose.com/jaffa-cakes-for-proust and http://sitcomclub.com/ NB for the first few hours this was up, there was a slight editing glitch. If you downloaded the old version and don't want to redownload the whole thing, just look in the transcript for "Other than fixing John's two flubbed" for the text of the two missing paragraphs. Errata I say "Come Together" was a B-side, but the single was actually a double A-side. Also, I say the Lennon interview by Maureen Cleave appeared in Detroit magazine. That's what my source (Steve Turner's book) says, but someone on Twitter says that rather than Detroit magazine it was the Detroit Free Press. Also at one point I say "the videos for 'Paperback Writer' and 'Penny Lane'". I meant to say "Rain" rather than "Penny Lane" there. Resources No Mixcloud this week due to the number of songs by the Beatles. I have read literally dozens of books on the Beatles, and used bits of information from many of them. All my Beatles episodes refer to: The Complete Beatles Chronicle by Mark Lewisohn, All The Songs: The Stories Behind Every Beatles Release by Jean-Michel Guesdon, And The Band Begins To Play: The Definitive Guide To The Songs of The Beatles by Steve Lambley, The Beatles By Ear by Kevin Moore, Revolution in the Head by Ian MacDonald, and The Beatles Anthology. For this episode, I also referred to Last Interview by David Sheff, a longform interview with John Lennon and Yoko Ono from shortly before Lennon's death; Many Years From Now by Barry Miles, an authorised biography of Paul McCartney; and Here, There, and Everywhere: My Life Recording the Music of the Beatles by Geoff Emerick and Howard Massey. Particularly useful this time was Steve Turner's book Beatles '66. I also used Turner's The Beatles: The Stories Behind the Songs 1967-1970. Johnny Rogan's Starmakers and Svengalis had some information on Epstein I hadn't seen anywhere else. Some information about the "Bigger than Jesus" scandal comes from Ward, B. (2012). “The ‘C' is for Christ”: Arthur Unger, Datebook Magazine and the Beatles. Popular Music and Society, 35(4), 541-560. https://doi.org/10.1080/03007766.2011.608978 Information on Robert Stigwood comes from Mr Showbiz by Stephen Dando-Collins. And the quote at the end from Simon Napier-Bell is from You Don't Have to Say You Love Me, which is more entertaining than it is accurate, but is very entertaining. Sadly the only way to get the single mix of "All You Need is Love" is on this ludicrously-expensive out-of-print box set, but the stereo mix is easily available on Magical Mystery Tour. Patreon This podcast is brought to you by the generosity of my backers on Patreon. Why not join them? Transcript A quick note before I start the episode -- this episode deals, in part, with the deaths of three gay men -- one by murder, one by suicide, and one by an accidental overdose, all linked at least in part to societal homophobia. I will try to deal with this as tactfully as I can, but anyone who's upset by those things might want to read the transcript instead of listening to the episode. This is also a very, very, *very* long episode -- this is likely to be the longest episode I *ever* do of this podcast, so settle in. We're going to be here a while. I obviously don't know how long it's going to be while I'm still recording, but based on the word count of my script, probably in the region of three hours. You have been warned. In 1967 the actor Patrick McGoohan was tired. He had been working on the hit series Danger Man for many years -- Danger Man had originally run from 1960 through 1962, then had taken a break, and had come back, retooled, with longer episodes in 1964. That longer series was a big hit, both in the UK and in the US, where it was retitled Secret Agent and had a new theme tune written by PF Sloan and Steve Barri and recorded by Johnny Rivers: [Excerpt: Johnny Rivers, "Secret Agent Man"] But McGoohan was tired of playing John Drake, the agent, and announced he was going to quit the series. Instead, with the help of George Markstein, Danger Man's script editor, he created a totally new series, in which McGoohan would star, and which McGoohan would also write and direct key episodes of. This new series, The Prisoner, featured a spy who is only ever given the name Number Six, and who many fans -- though not McGoohan himself -- took to be the same character as John Drake. Number Six resigns from his job as a secret agent, and is kidnapped and taken to a place known only as The Village -- the series was filmed in Portmeirion, an unusual-looking town in Gwynnedd, in North Wales -- which is full of other ex-agents. There he is interrogated to try to find out why he has quit his job. It's never made clear whether the interrogators are his old employers or their enemies, and there's a certain suggestion that maybe there is no real distinction between the two sides, that they're both running the Village together. He spends the entire series trying to escape, but refuses to explain himself -- and there's some debate among viewers as to whether it's implied or not that part of the reason he doesn't explain himself is that he knows his interrogators wouldn't understand why he quit: [Excerpt: The Prisoner intro, from episode Once Upon a Time, ] Certainly that explanation would fit in with McGoohan's own personality. According to McGoohan, the final episode of The Prisoner was, at the time, the most watched TV show ever broadcast in the UK, as people tuned in to find out the identity of Number One, the person behind the Village, and to see if Number Six would break free. I don't think that's actually the case, but it's what McGoohan always claimed, and it was certainly a very popular series. I won't spoil the ending for those of you who haven't watched it -- it's a remarkable series -- but ultimately the series seems to decide that such questions don't matter and that even asking them is missing the point. It's a work that's open to multiple interpretations, and is left deliberately ambiguous, but one of the messages many people have taken away from it is that not only are we trapped by a society that oppresses us, we're also trapped by our own identities. You can run from the trap that society has placed you in, from other people's interpretations of your life, your work, and your motives, but you ultimately can't run from yourself, and any time you try to break out of a prison, you'll find yourself trapped in another prison of your own making. The most horrifying implication of the episode is that possibly even death itself won't be a release, and you will spend all eternity trying to escape from an identity you're trapped in. Viewers became so outraged, according to McGoohan, that he had to go into hiding for an extended period, and while his later claims that he never worked in Britain again are an exaggeration, it is true that for the remainder of his life he concentrated on doing work in the US instead, where he hadn't created such anger. That final episode of The Prisoner was also the only one to use a piece of contemporary pop music, in two crucial scenes: [Excerpt: The Prisoner, "Fall Out", "All You Need is Love"] Back in October 2020, we started what I thought would be a year-long look at the period from late 1962 through early 1967, but which has turned out for reasons beyond my control to take more like twenty months, with a song which was one of the last of the big pre-Beatles pop hits, though we looked at it after their first single, "Telstar" by the Tornadoes: [Excerpt: The Tornadoes, "Telstar"] There were many reasons for choosing that as one of the bookends for this fifty-episode chunk of the podcast -- you'll see many connections between that episode and this one if you listen to them back-to-back -- but among them was that it's a song inspired by the launch of the first ever communications satellite, and a sign of how the world was going to become smaller as the sixties went on. Of course, to start with communications satellites didn't do much in that regard -- they were expensive to use, and had limited bandwidth, and were only available during limited time windows, but symbolically they meant that for the first time ever, people could see and hear events thousands of miles away as they were happening. It's not a coincidence that Britain and France signed the agreement to develop Concorde, the first supersonic airliner, a month after the first Beatles single and four months after the Telstar satellite was launched. The world was becoming ever more interconnected -- people were travelling faster and further, getting news from other countries quicker, and there was more cultural conversation – and misunderstanding – between countries thousands of miles apart. The Canadian media theorist Marshall McLuhan, the man who also coined the phrase “the medium is the message”, thought that this ever-faster connection would fundamentally change basic modes of thought in the Western world. McLuhan thought that technology made possible whole new modes of thought, and that just as the printing press had, in his view, caused Western liberalism and individualism, so these new electronic media would cause the rise of a new collective mode of thought. In 1962, the year of Concorde, Telstar, and “Love Me Do”, McLuhan wrote a book called The Gutenberg Galaxy, in which he said: “Instead of tending towards a vast Alexandrian library the world has become a computer, an electronic brain, exactly as an infantile piece of science fiction. And as our senses have gone outside us, Big Brother goes inside. So, unless aware of this dynamic, we shall at once move into a phase of panic terrors, exactly befitting a small world of tribal drums, total interdependence, and superimposed co-existence.… Terror is the normal state of any oral society, for in it everything affects everything all the time.…” He coined the term “the Global Village” to describe this new collectivism. The story we've seen over the last fifty episodes is one of a sort of cultural ping-pong between the USA and the UK, with innovations in American music inspiring British musicians, who in turn inspired American ones, whether that being the Beatles covering the Isley Brothers or the Rolling Stones doing a Bobby Womack song, or Paul Simon and Bob Dylan coming over to the UK and learning folk songs and guitar techniques from Martin Carthy. And increasingly we're going to see those influences spread to other countries, and influences coming *from* other countries. We've already seen one Jamaican artist, and the influence of Indian music has become very apparent. While the focus of this series is going to remain principally in the British Isles and North America, rock music was and is a worldwide phenomenon, and that's going to become increasingly a part of the story. And so in this episode we're going to look at a live performance -- well, mostly live -- that was seen by hundreds of millions of people all over the world as it happened, thanks to the magic of satellites: [Excerpt: The Beatles, "All You Need is Love"] When we left the Beatles, they had just finished recording "Tomorrow Never Knows", the most experimental track they had recorded up to that date, and if not the most experimental thing they *ever* recorded certainly in the top handful. But "Tomorrow Never Knows" was only the first track they recorded in the sessions for what would become arguably their greatest album, and certainly the one that currently has the most respect from critics. It's interesting to note that that album could have been very, very, different. When we think of Revolver now, we think of the innovative production of George Martin, and of Geoff Emerick and Ken Townshend's inventive ideas for pushing the sound of the equipment in Abbey Road studios, but until very late in the day the album was going to be recorded in the Stax studios in Memphis, with Steve Cropper producing -- whether George Martin would have been involved or not is something we don't even know. In 1965, the Rolling Stones had, as we've seen, started making records in the US, recording in LA and at the Chess studios in Chicago, and the Yardbirds had also been doing the same thing. Mick Jagger had become a convert to the idea of using American studios and working with American musicians, and he had constantly been telling Paul McCartney that the Beatles should do the same. Indeed, they'd put some feelers out in 1965 about the possibility of the group making an album with Holland, Dozier, and Holland in Detroit. Quite how this would have worked is hard to figure out -- Holland, Dozier, and Holland's skills were as songwriters, and in their work with a particular set of musicians -- so it's unsurprising that came to nothing. But recording at Stax was a different matter.  While Steve Cropper was a great songwriter in his own right, he was also adept at getting great sounds on covers of other people's material -- like on Otis Blue, the album he produced for Otis Redding in late 1965, which doesn't include a single Cropper original: [Excerpt: Otis Redding, "Satisfaction"] And the Beatles were very influenced by the records Stax were putting out, often namechecking Wilson Pickett in particular, and during the Rubber Soul sessions they had recorded a "Green Onions" soundalike track, imaginatively titled "12-Bar Original": [Excerpt: The Beatles, "12-Bar Original"] The idea of the group reco