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British singer, songwriter, and producer Corinne Bailey Rae explains how Chicago's Stony Island Arts Bank inspired her ambitiously complex new album, Black Rainbows. And Tommy Stinson discusses his days with The Replacements as we unpack the new box set Tim: Let It Bleed Edition, featuring Ed Stasium's 2023 remix of the band's 1985 major label debut, Tim, plus a ton of extra rarities and live tracks. Record Store Day co-founder Carrie Colliton talks about her recent trip to New York to hang out with Killer Mike. For the latest RSD News go to RecordStoreDay.com. Podcast written, produced, engineered, and hosted by Paul Myers, who also composed the theme music and selected interstitial music. Sponsored by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Tito's Handmade Vodka, and Crosley turntables. Thank you for supporting our podcast, please consider subscribing wherever you get podcasts, and by all means tell your friends about us too!
Jerry Harrison of Talking Heads,talks about his work on the new remastered 40th Anniversary audio release of the Stop Making Sense live soundtrack on the occasion of a new theatrical release of filmmaker Jonathan Demme's landmark concert film. Kristin Hersh (Throwing Muses, 50 Foot Wave) chats with Paul about her arresting new solo album Clear Pond Road (Fire Records). RSD co-founder Carrie Colliton breaks some news about a special event with Killer Mike in NYC, and both she and Paul pour one out for Jimmy Buffett and Gary Wright to whom this episode is dedicated. For the latest RSD news go to RecordStoreDay.com. Podcast written, produced, engineered, and hosted by Paul Myers, who also composed the theme music and selected interstitial music. Sponsored by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Tito's Handmade Vodka, and Crosley turntables. Please subscribe and listen to the RSD Podcast wherever you get your podcasts and by all means blab about us to your music loving friends. Also, make more friends, it's good to have friends.
Today, we're diving into a topic that has been captivating music enthusiasts around the globe—the Vinyl Renaissance! I am going to do another 3-part series where I cover:· Vinyl Renaissance, Surprising Facts and Caring for Vinyl· Collectible Vinyl (investment and historical)· Vinyl records you should ownDo you remember going to a record store to use your saved up lawn-mowing money to buy 2, maybe 3 records? Why do people, including younger generations still find vinyl records appealing? What exactly is a Renaissance and how does it apply to vinyl? What were the top selling vinyl records last year? How should you care for your vinyl records? What are exactly are “b-sides” and what are some of the most surprising b-sides?Resourceshttps://www.themanual.com/culture/why-vinyl-is-coming-back/https://www.themanual.com/culture/record-vinyl-albums-every-man-should-own/https://www.billboard.com/pro/vinyl-album-sales-rise-growth-slowing/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vinyl_revival https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Record_Store_Day#:~:text=Record%20Store%20Day%20was%20founded,performances%2C%20meet%20and%20greets%20withhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A-side_and_B-side
After two music book episodes, RSD Goes To The Movies, pointing our lens at two rock documentaries, each told from inside two different psychedelically-incinded music scenes. Robert Schneider of The Apples in Stereo is here with Rob Hatch-Miller (Other Music) to discuss C.B. Stockfleth's film, The Elephant 6 Recording Co., but first, director Roddy Bogawa talks about the film he made with the late Storm Thorgerson (of Hipgnosis) called Have You Got It Yet? The Story of Syd Barrett and Pink Floyd. Plus the return of RSD co-founder Carrie Colliton, back in Raleigh, NC, after running the RSD Summer Camp in New Orleans. Go to RecordStoreDay.com for the latest information about RSD. Written, produced, engineered, and hosted by Paul Myers, who also composed the theme music and selected interstitial music. Sponsored by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Tito's Handmade Vodka, and Crosley turntables. This episode is dedicated to the late Jerry Moss (1935-2023), who passed away on August 15 at the age of 88. Moss was the co-founder, with friend of the show Herb Alpert, of A&M Records. Please subscribe to our podcast, and by all means tell your friends about us, we love organic, word of mouth promotion.
Seth Lakeman, a Westcountry musical luminary, has been captivating audiences with his unique blend of folk enchantment for years. With an illustrious career marked by a series of remarkable albums and unforgettable performances, Seth continues to push boundaries and explore new sonic territories. His latest release, "The Somerset Sessions," is a testament to his artistic prowess and unrelenting dedication to his craft.Following a limited vinyl pressing for Record Store Day 2023, "The Somerset Sessions" quickly garnered a fervent demand that transcended its initial scope. Due to popular appeal, the album is now receiving a wider release on Signed CD & Clear Vinyl, reaffirming Seth's status as a beloved figure in the folk music landscape. Released on July 7, 2023, under Seth's own Honour Oak Records, the unveiling coincided with an unforgettable weekend of SOLD OUT shows at the iconic Minack Theatre in Porthcurno.The heart of "The Somerset Sessions" lies in its ten original, unreleased tracks, each a product of intimate and evocative session recordings. Collaborating with acclaimed artists such as Ethan Johns, Jeremy Stacey, John Smith, Nick Pini, and Alex Hart, these recordings were meticulously crafted at the legendary Bert Jansch Studio in Frome. A notable highlight is the lead single, "Days Ago," which was released on June 9, a poignant homage to our forebears and their remarkable legacies. Penned during a period of reflection amid lockdown, Seth's lyrical prowess conjures images of the past and the worlds they once inhabited.Seth Lakeman first emerged on the musical horizon with his Mercury Music Prize-nominated album, "Kitty Jay," in 2005. This remarkable debut thrust him into the vanguard of the new British folk movement. His subsequent album, the gold-selling "Freedom Fields," produced by his brother Sean Lakeman and released twice in 2006, solidified his presence as a folk luminary. With a string of six UK Top 40 albums under his belt, Seth's influence in the genre is undeniable.Beyond his solo ventures, Seth's artistic journey has intertwined with musical giants. In 2022, he lent his musical prowess to Van Morrison's critically acclaimed album "Moving On Skiffle," released in March of the following year. His collaboration with the legendary Robert Plant and his band, the Sensational Space Shifters, exemplifies Seth's versatility and musical prowess.As Seth continues to shape the folk music landscape, his upcoming tour promises to be a captivating journey accompanied by folk singer and musician Benji Kirkpatrick and the soulful melodies of Devon singer-songwriter Alex Hart. With each strum of the strings and every heartfelt lyric, Seth Lakeman weaves tales that transcend time, bridging the gap between the past and the present, and leaving an indelible mark on the rich tapestry of folk music. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Part two of our Summer Music Book Series features author and former Del Fuegos guitarist Warren Zanes discussing his recent book, Deliver Me From Nowhere: The Making of Bruce Springsteen's 'Nebraska.' (Crown) And on Zoom from Paris, Kate Stables, leader and songwriter for the band This Is The Kit talks about the band's newest album Careful of Your Keepers (Rough Trade). RSD's Carrie Colliton has the week off. The Record Store Day podcast is written, produced, engineered and hosted by Paul Myers, who also composed the theme music and selected interstitial music. Sponsored by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Tito's Handmade Vodka, and Crosley turntables. Please listen, rate and review the Record Store Day Podcast wherever you get your podcasts, and by all means tell your friends to listen too. This episode is dedicated to singer songwriter Sixto Rodriguez (1942-2023), punk designer Jamie Reid (1947-2023), and The Band's Robbie Roberston (1943-2023)
In part one of our Summer Music Book Series, we discuss Steely Dan with Alex Pappademas and Joan LeMay whose new book, Quantum Criminals (University of Texas Press) is a beautifully illustrated catalogue of ramblers and wild gamblers who populate the songs of Walter Becker and Donald Fagen. And with the passing of Sinéad O'Connor, writer David Wild joins us to remember interviewing her in 1991 for her Rolling Stone cover story during the year she broke in America, while touching on some of the issues with how she was portrayed during her darkest moments. Carrie Colliton has the week off. Written, produced, engineered, and hosted by Paul Myers, who also composed the theme music and selected interstitial music. Please listen and subscribe to us wherever you get podcasts, and tell your friends. For more information about Record Store Day go to RecordStoreDay.com. Sponsored by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Tito's Handmade Vodka, and Crosley Turntables. This episode is dedictated to Sinéad O'Connor, Tony Bennett, Randy Meisner, and Paul Reubens.
To celebrate our 100th episode, we take a brief look at merely some of the "First Record I Ever Bought" stories for a selection of our guests over the four seasons so far: Tony Visconti, Margo Price, Fred Armisen, Rhian Teasdale (Wet Leg), Bonnie Raitt, Jane Wiedlin (Go-Go's), Robyn Hitchcock, Questlove, Susanna Hoffs (Bangles), Marc Maron, Jason Isbell, Lucinda Williams, Andy Partridge (XTC), Michelle Zauner (Japanese Breakfast), Alice Cooper, Robert Glasper, Johnny Marr (The Smiths), Joe Elliott (Def Leppard), plus Jeff Tweedy and the members of Wilco. We also surveyed some of our independent record retailers for their "First Record" stories, plus RSD co-founder Carrie Colliton and Paul Myers share their "First Record" stories. Written, produced, engineered, and hosted by Paul Myers, who also composed the theme music and selected interstitial music. Thanks to you for listening to our show, we really appreciate it. Please subscribe and or tell your friends to listen to us wherever podcasts are found. For the latest in RSD News go to RecordStoreDay.Com Sponsored as always by Crosley turntables, Tito's Handmade Vodka, and Dogfish Head Craft Brewery.
Lloyd Cole unpacks his wonderful new album On Pain (earMUSIC) and explains how he's trying to put the soul back into the machine. Stewart Copeland, drummer, composer, and co-founder of The Police, returns to the podcast to explain how and why has reworked many of his former band's songs on his recently released album, Police Deranged For Orchestra (Shelter/BMG). Angela Cuddy and Janice Morro, both teachers at Marshwood Great Works School in Maine, tell us how their fifth graders staged their very own Record Store Day at the school, with help from Bull Moose and Third Man Records. And RSD's Carrie Colliton compares notes with Paul on the differences between the Fourth of July and Canada Day (July 1). For more information about RSD go to RecordStoreDay.com. Written, produced, engineered, and hosted by Paul Myers, who also composed the theme music and selected interstitial music. Sponsored as always by Tito's Handmade Vodka, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, and Crosley turntables. Thank you for listening to our podcast, please subscribe wherever you get podcasts, and by all means tell your friends about us!
June 18th marked Paul McCartney's 81st birthday, and on Episode #98, Dana Carvey talks about his meetings with McCartney, Neil Young, Todd Rundgren, Graham Nash, David Crosby. While Dana is renowned for his work on Saturday Night Live, playing Garth Algar in Wayne's World, and his hit podcast Fly On The Wall (with David Spade), this exclusive RSD Pod conversation centers on his musical stories, including memories of SNL's late music supervisor Hal Willner, stealing drumsticks from Mickey Hart, his and own early interest in surf rock. *No broccoli was chopped in the making of this episode. Plus, Record Store Day co-founder Carrie Colliton calls in from Raleigh, NC, to talk about Pride, inclusion and RSD's message that "Record Stores Are For Everyone." For more information about all things Record Store Day go to RecordStoreDay.com. Written, produced, engineered and hosted by Paul Myers, who also composed the theme music and selected interstitial music. Sponsored by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Tito's Handmade Vodka, and Crosley turntables. Thank you for listening to the Record Store Day Podcast, please tell your friends to listen, subscribe and rate us wherever you get podcasts.
Comedian, actor and podcaster Marc Maron talks about a wide range of issues, including his special — and how he addressed the loss of his partner, filmmaker Lynn Shelton. He also takes on comedians who hide behind being "anti-woke," shares his concerns over how Netflix has impacted comedy, gives his take on Record Store Day, talks about his guest role on Season 2 of "Reservation Dogs," and shares some of his upcoming projects. And much more!
Fifty years after its founding, Romeo Void finally got its first live album earlier this year. Released in limited quantities for Record Store Day, Live from the Mabuhay Gardens: November 14, 1980 finds the young band at the top of its game. Teetering at the edge of post-punk and new wave, the group rose the charts on the strength of timeless tracks like "Never Say Never" and "A Girl in Trouble (Is a Temporary Thing),” before dissolving in 1985. Lead singer Debora Iyall joins us to discuss the group, her early activist days and finding happiness in a second career. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Jason Isbell (reigning RSD co-ambassador for 2023, along with his wife Amanda Shires) returns to discuss Weathervanes (Southeastern Records)his new album with the 400 Unit. We also get his thoughts on working with Martin Scorsese on Killers Of The Flower Moon, and his experiences after Sam Jones' recent documentary, Jason Isbell: Running With Our Eyes Closed. NPR's Ann Powers joins us to help celebrate and contextualize the iconic and heroic Tina Turner, who passed away at the age of 83 on May 24. And RSD co-founder Carrie Colliton checks in from Raleigh, NC to praise Taylor and her Swifties, gush over Crowded House, and remember Andy Rourke, The Smiths' bass player who succumbed to cancer on May 19th at the age of 59. For the latest information about all things Record Store Day, go to RecordStoreDay.com. Written, produced, engineered and hosted by Paul Myers, who also composes the theme music and selected interstitial music. Sponsored by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Tito's Handmade Vodka, and Crosley Turntables. This episode dedicated to legendary Brill Building songwriter Cynthia Weil who died at the age of 82 on June 1 (Seriously, go Google her songwriting credits right now!)
If you like Record Store Day, like I do, you look forward each year to seeing what titles will be available and strategizing for the big event. But what goes on behind the scenes? How do the record stores deal with RSD? I questioned Sandy Bitman, owner of Orlando, Florida's Park Ave CDs to find out more about Record Store Day, record store ownership, and more. It was a fun conversation, and a bit of a departure from the normal album discussion. I hope you like it. Support your local, independent record store! Reminder: You can support independent podcasting by becoming a Michael's Record Collection Patreon subscriber starting at only $2 per month (50 cents an episode...or less!) at the MRC Patreon page. Supporter benefits escalate at each level, providing more value the more you support the show. For example, you will know about interviews in advance and at some levels you can submit questions for the artists, come on the show to co-host, enter prize drawings, and more. Please hit the like button and leave a rating/review on Apple Music or the Goodpods app if you consume this podcast on those platforms. You can read my Michael's Record Collection newsletter for free by signing up at michaelsrecordcollection.substack.com. Follow MRC on Twitter (@MikesRecords), like it on Facebook, and follow on Instagram and/or TikTok. Have questions or comments or want to suggest a topic? Hit me up at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On April 20, 2023, dublab, In Sheep's Clothing, & Rhino Records presented the first listen of the newly reissued Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era, 1965-1968! Celebrating its 50th birthday, this groundbreaking collection doubles in size for a new anniversary edition that launched as a Record Store Day exclusive on April 22. This is the recording of the live Q&A between the original producer Lenny Kaye and host, Tana Yonas. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dublab-inconversation/support
Tim and Paul look at the fallout of another record store Day. Garet from Clash Magazine casts his eye over new vinyl. There's daft news from America, a quiz thinly disguised at a look at retail vinyl pricing and loads more of your favourite crate digging larks.HostsPaul Field and Tim ScullionWritten & Produced Paul FieldEditor Tim ScullionTwitter: @WeBuyRecordsPodTwitter: @wmt_networkWebsite: wemadethisnetwork.com
Girl. This simple four letter word has been the impetus behind many of the greatest songs of all time, and the O3L era was no exception. Whether it's a male sung ode to love, longing, success and frustration with the opposite sex, or a female sung declaration of solidarity and empowerment, this week we celebrate songs with the word "girl" in the title (well, most of them). One of those wonderful songs is the 1984 Top 40 smash by Romeo Void, "A Girl In Trouble (Is A Temporary Thing)." So what an incredible thrill it is for us to welcome as our special guest...DEBORA IYALL from ROMEO VOID! Romeo Void was formed in 1979. Drawing inspiration from the local underground music scene, the band's founding members were San Francisco Art Institute students Debora Iyall (lead vocalist, lyricist) and Frank Zincavage (bass guitar), alongside local musicians Peter Woods (guitar) and Jay Derrah (drums). They soon added saxophonist Benjamin Bossi. According to Iyall, the name Romeo Void referred to “a lack of romance.” Romeo Void's first official live album, Live From Mabuhay Gardens: November 14, 1980, was recently released on special galaxy blue vinyl for Record Store Day, as well as on CD and digital, by the Liberation Hall label. Recorded at the famed San Francisco punk club by deejay Terry Hammer, the album was captured during the same period that Romeo Void was recording its critically acclaimed debut album for 415 Records, It's a Condition. Derrah was still drumming with the band at this live show, but was replaced by John “Stench” Haines by the time the sessions for It's a Condition were underway. Eight of the eleven songs on Live from Mabuhay Gardens: November 14, 1980, would eventually appear on It's a Condition. The opening track, “Guards,” would surface in 1981 as the B-side of the band's national breakout single, “Never Say Never.” “Fine Line” is an original that has never been released in any format. The album's closing number, “Double Shot of My Baby's Love,” is a cover of the Swingin' Medallions' 1966 hit, which was the first 45 single which Iyall owned. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The New Pornographers' Carl Newman discusses the many themes of isolation and collapse on the band's recently released 9th studio album, Continue As A Guest (Merge Records), a joyously dark and tuneful reaction to what Newman refers to as "the ambivalence of day-to-day life during the pandemic and the endless pitfalls of living online." Plus the return of Record Store Day co-founder Carrie Colliton, who calls in from Nashville music conference to share some impressive stats from April's Record Store Day, assert that CD's are still very much a going concern. Written, produced, engineered, and hosted by Paul Myers, who also composed and produced the theme music and selected interstitial music. Sponsored as always by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Tito's Handmade Vodka, and Crosley turntables. Please rate us, review and subscribe, wherever you get podcasts. Episode dedicated to Smiths' bassist Andy Rourke who passed away right after the show was edited, look for a proper tribute soon.
Welcome to Part Two of our "Decades in Music" series with special guest, Amelia! Last week we delved into the 70's & 80's but we blathered just a little too much so we had to invite Amelia back for a second week so we have time for the 90's, 00's and 10's. She was a good sport and said yes so here we are! Make sure you listen to last week's episode first otherwise you'll be completely lost and won't be able to laugh at us. Katie and Edward are concerned that Jenn has possibly done double-drugs this week but she swears that she has not. Luke gives us his Record Store Day report and describes his new yacht that we're all going to enjoy this summer. He also has a hollow Taylor Swift candle. Jenn decides to ask our guest about one of her favorite toys or accessories called the merkin, we discuss our new plan for getting hot celebrities on the show, Katie asks about Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome which Amelia is an expert in, Luke gets grossed out because of bones coming out of place and Edward talks about his sexual conquests before he met Katie. Next, we continue on from last week's episode starting with the 1990's and our most influential artists. Edward has more electronic music, Luke has more punk music, Jenn has more greasy guy music, Katie has more Katie music and Amelia continues to have excellent taste. Edward is mad at the 1990's because of grunge music ruining his synth-rock, Luke really benefited from reading magazines on the shitter and decides to get a head-merkin, the puzzle broads make an appearance and Katie is going to a big show with Edward Jr! Follow the show on Instagram @bubbmush, email the show at email@example.com, call the hotline at 1-900-BUBBMUSH (don't really do that) and thanks for listening!
The month of May kicks ass! The first couple weeks has a couple kick ass events that caters to the geek in us. Sure we're a Heavy Metal radio show but we don't shy away from discussing some of our there interests. Mat The Fourth is a special day dedicated to all things Star Wars and for fans to celebrate their fandom. Just a few days later was Free Comic Book Day. This special day is the equivalent of Record Store Day. So we share our adventures and the special titles we picked up. In our "News, Views, and Tunes", we say "See ya" to MTV News. Musically, we crank some new and used from Vomitory, Hellwitch, Nuclear Death, Blood Of The Sun and Wacken Metal Battle Canada winner Strigampire! Horns Up and Stay Healthy! This Episode is sponsored by Trve Kvlt Coffee. Summon the coffee demons to possess yourself a cup today! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram
Brenda Sauter in conversation with David Eastaugh https://delmorerecordings.bandcamp.com/ http://www.thefeeliesweb.com/ https://wildcarnation1.bandcamp.com/ https://thefeelies.bandcamp.com/album/in-between Delmore Recording Society's upcoming release of Wild Carnation's Tricycle as a Record Store Day 2023 exclusive on April 22. This is sent for your editorial use; please don't post or share. Tricycle is the long out-of-print debut album from this New Jersey-based trio comprising Brenda Sauter (The Feelies) on vocals and bass, guitarist Rich Barnes and Chris O'Donovan (Grey District) on drums and vocals. This will be a limited 500 copy pressing on 12” Carnation White vinyl LP: Tricycle's first release on vinyl. It'll come with a download code for the remastered album, demos, and a blistering live set recorded in Hamburg, Germany January 27, 1997. The live recording features unreleased originals and a selection of covers including Patti Smith ("Dancing Barefoot"), Ian Tyson ("Four Strong Winds"), and The Grass Roots ("Wait A Million Years”)
After last week’s special Record Store Day edition of the monthly “new release” show, we’re back this week with the more traditional type of broadcast devoted to brand new tunes. And, like usual, we’re all over the place when it comes to genres. There’s some great power pop. There’s a little bit of punk. A tad here and there of garage rock. And, yes, there’s some Americana. But it’s not just the varied genres of the show. It’s the fact that this music comes from all over the world. From Australia to Germany to Canada to even my little city of Sioux Falls, SD. Yes, the first set of the show is devoted to a trio of great local bands – The Rose Quarter, Thought Patrol, and Off Contact – all of whom have wonderful records that are eithier already out or about to be released. As for the “52 Weeks of Teenage Kicks”, I have a cover that’s almost 40 years old but is still technically a new release. The version by Dawn Chorus & The Blue Tits initially came out on Stiff Records in 1985, but it has also now been included in a brand new collection of […]
After last week's special Record Store Day edition of the monthly “new release” show, we're back this week with the more traditional type of broadcast devoted to brand new tunes. And, like usual, we're all over the place when it comes to genres. There's some great power pop. There's a little bit of punk. A tad here and there of garage rock. And, yes, there's some Americana. But it's not just the varied genres of the show. It's the fact that this music comes from all over the world. From Australia to Germany to Canada to even my little city of Sioux Falls, SD. Yes, the first set of the show is devoted to a trio of great local bands – The Rose Quarter, Thought Patrol, and Off Contact – all of whom have wonderful records that are eithier already out or about to be released. As for the “52 Weeks of Teenage Kicks”, I have a cover that's almost 40 years old but is still technically a new release. The version by Dawn Chorus & The Blue Tits initially came out on Stiff Records in 1985, but it has also now been included in a brand new collection of […]
Today we discuss what albums we picked up on Record Store Day 2023. What did you get????
Danny and Cody discuss the things they bought on Record Store Day 2023. Apple Music playlist: https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/danny-cody-go-record-shopping-vol-3/pl.u-DDxBtZq08j YouTube playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLokn-agIY3tP4d1q74gztKYo7jWzdUmQF
The Lemon Twigs, Brian & Michael D'Addario, join Paul to discuss their fifth full-length studio LP, Everything Harmony (Captured Tracks). And Nicholas Jennings, author of Lightfoot, the defintive biography of Gordon Lightfoot, unpacks the legacy of the legendary Canadian troubadour who passed away in Toronto at the age of 84 on May 1st. Written, produced, engineered and hosted by Paul Myers, with theme music and selected interstitial music by Paul Myers. For the latest information about Record Store Day go to RecordStoreDay.com. Sponsored by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Tito's Handmade Vodka, and Crosley turntables. Please tell your friends about our show, listen, subscribe, and rate us wherever you get your podcasts.
Thanks to last week’s unseasonably chilly weather, I found myself hooking up a turntable to my podcast mixer. Over the course of the next few hours I dgitized the pile of records I had picked up on Record Store Day a few weeks ago. (Why do they no longer include download codes?) Once finished, I decided that this wonderful pile of music deserved it’s own show, and since the start of every month commences with a “new release” episode (or two), why not spotlight this music? Technically, these are all new releases as they came out on the same day, even if some of the music dates back sixty years. So that’s what we have tonight. Two hours of Record Store Day highlights. From garage rock compilations to long out print albums to live recordings to specially recorded rarities, tonight’s show is varied in not only years but genres. There should be something for everybody. But true new music fans should not worry, as next week’s second part will be a more traditional “new release”, and I have a ton of great material set aside for the show. Of course, the one non-RSD track is this week’s edition of the […]
Thanks to last week's unseasonably chilly weather, I found myself hooking up a turntable to my podcast mixer. Over the course of the next few hours I dgitized the pile of records I had picked up on Record Store Day a few weeks ago. (Why do they no longer include download codes?) Once finished, I decided that this wonderful pile of music deserved it's own show, and since the start of every month commences with a “new release” episode (or two), why not spotlight this music? Technically, these are all new releases as they came out on the same day, even if some of the music dates back sixty years. So that's what we have tonight. Two hours of Record Store Day highlights. From garage rock compilations to long out print albums to live recordings to specially recorded rarities, tonight's show is varied in not only years but genres. There should be something for everybody. But true new music fans should not worry, as next week's second part will be a more traditional “new release”, and I have a ton of great material set aside for the show. Of course, the one non-RSD track is this week's edition of the […]
On this episode the PTID guys talk about their Record Store Day 2023 experiences and purchases. Then they talk with Matt Swisher about the retail side of RSD. Finally, they catch up with Dr. Disc for some more record collecting madness. All the while they're promoting the upcoming Joey Ramone Birthday Bash on May 19th. With music by Rich Kids, Generation X, The Queers, Ramones, Sludgeworth, Capgun Heroes and The Bollweevils.
Kid Congo Powers (The Cramps, The Gun Club, Nic Cave & the Badseeds) talks about his record collection, as well as the many stories of his life as outlined in his new book "Some New Kind of Kick". Topics include: Joining the Gun Club, flying to Australia with 24 hours notice Writing his book "Some New Kind of Kick" His preferred state in writing songs Nick Cave liked to keep people on edge Growing up with his sister's records Records and radio in Los Angeles Memories of Dr Demento Early record purchases The first song he absolutely loved He didn't think of himself as a musician Taking the Ramones record shopping Forming The Gun Club Early memories of seeing The Cramps His memories of living with The Screamers Keith Morris gave The Gun Club their band name Alternate names for The Gun Club Kid Congo writes "Fire of Love" then joins The Cramps “Would you cut your finger off to join The Cramps?” Preparation and rehearsal for “Psychedelic Jungle” IRS Records had big plans for The Cramps Kid Congo felt very welcome in The Cramps Memories of Lux and Ivy's record collection Kid Congo loves 45rpm records Where does Kid Congo Powers go record shopping? What's the most he's ever paid for a single record? What are the most collectible records of the Kid Congo universe? The Gun Club reissues are pulled from the original masters Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds – Five Greasy Pieces How did The Cramps react to bootleggers? Memories with Tex Perkins Interview wrap up Order the book "Some New Kind of Kick" Extended, High-resolution & Commercial Free version of this interview available at: www.Patreon.com/VinylGuide Listen on Apple: https://apple.co/2Y6ORU0 Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/36qhlc8 Follow our Podcast: https://linktr.ee/vinylguide Facebook: www.Facebook.com/VinylGuide Instagram: www.Instagram.com/VinylGuide Support our show: www.Patreon.com/VinylGuide If you like records, just starting a collection or are an uber-nerd with a house-full of vinyl, this is the podcast for you. Nate Goyer is The Vinyl Guide and discusses all things music and record-related
We hang out at the record store on - you guessed it - Record Store Day. We meet some interesting characters. Can't get enough of the gulch? Unlock exclusive episodes and full video feeds at patreon.com/gulchpod
On Episode 94, we welcome back two returning guests. Buffalo Tom's Bill Janovitz is here to discuss his new book, a definitive and expansive biography of Leon Russell: The Master Of Space And Time's Journey Thorught Rock & Roll History (Hachette Books). We also hear a couple of selections from the newly reissued Leon Russell: Signature Songs collection on Dark Horse Records, plus a few other classic Russell tracks. And Canadian songwriter's songwriter Ron Sexsmith gives us the background on his brand new, 17th studio album, The Vivian Line. Carrie Colliton takes a well-earned day off after a huge and successful Record Store Day 2023. For up-to-the-minute information on all things RSD, go to RecordStoreDay.com. Sponsored as always by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Tito's Handmade Vodka, and Crosley turntables. Produced, engineered, written, and hosted by Paul Myers, with theme music and selected interstitial music by Paul Myers. Please tell your friends about us, and listen, subscribe and rate us wherever you get your podcasts.
T. Kyle and Bradley discuss Record Store Day and Coachella 2023, including performances from Charli XCX, BLACKPINK, Charli XCX and Chris Lake, Elon Musk taking away verification blue checks and Twitter Blue flopping, George Santos introducing The MINAJ Act, Mariah Carey's HSN appearance resurfacing, Erika Jayne's “Bet It All On Blonde” Las Vegas residency, “The Idol” trailer using “Gimme More,” High Fashion Editorial! featuring Megan Thee Stallion, Doja Cat and Jessie Ware, TikTok Talk featuring a HoleTox update, new music from Kim Petras and Nicki Minaj, Rita Ora, David Guetta and La Bouche, Bebe Rexha and Snoop Dogg. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode of The World's Greatest Action Sports Podcast, Chris and Todd talk about The Cut, Western Australia, finals day predictions, moose attacks, Chad Caruso skates across America, snow melt mania, Record Store Day, Gravis, Bam Margera on the run, Thrasher Vacation, Surf Ranch, Record Store Day, Coachella stuff, skate video round up, what happens to snow when it gets sunny? All your questions answered and so much more. Presented By: RationAle @rationalebrewing Hansen Surfboards @hansensurfboards BN3TH @BN3THApparel Pedal Electric @pedal.electric Bubs Naturals @bubsnaturals Bachan's Japanese BBQ Sauce @trybachans Pannikin Coffee And Tea @pannikincoffeeandtea New Greens @newgreens Die Cut Stickers @diecutstickersdotcom And check out @danapointfilmfestival for the Endless Summer anniversary event!
We kick things off by analyzing if there are weekend morning drives and resurrect our "Virus and the Gorilla" alter-egos. Rob questions if Hulk Hogan ate chicken parmesan during his infamous sex tape or if that was something we made up. This leads to a discussion of the infamous Macho Man hip-hop EP, which was just released for Record Store Day. We read some new quotes from Carmine Appice dealing with the Motley Crue drama then recall comments from Jennifer Aniston and Mindy Kaling about if their sitcoms could be made today. We recall the time presidential candidates Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and John McCain sent in video to WWE to get votes. We discuss the original Indiana Jones trilogy and our favorite parts.Watch the episode on Youtube for free. Join our Patreon and get two bonus episodes each month, and other behind-the-scenes goodies. More info here.Follow us on: Twitch, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and our Discord Chat. Also don't forget about our Spotify playlist. We also have merch if you're into that kind of sharing. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The first Record Store Day was held in 2008 to celebrate independent brick-and-mortar music shops. Now in its 16th year, the organization has put together a new list of exclusive releases from Taylor Swift, Wilco, Miles Davis, Brian Eno, Bjork, and many more artists. Cofounders Michael Kurtz and Carrie Colliton join us to talk about this year's Record Store Day, on April 22, and take calls from listeners to shout out their favorite local shops.
Hoy vamos a celebrar el Record Store Day que se celebra mañana 22 de abril, así que prepárense para un v viaje a la nostalgia. El Día de las Tiendas de Discos (Record Store Day) comenzó en 2007 y celebra la cultura de las tiendas de discos independientes cada 22 de abril. • Este día reúne a fans, artistas y miles de tiendas de discos independientes de todo el mundo con eventos, lanzamientos de ediciones especiales… y hoy vamos a unirnos a la celebración.
Hoy en Martha Debayle por W, Record Store Day, las Zonas Azules del Mundo: donde la gente vive más tiempo y más feliz, Crónicas Trumpianas, el libro de Jorge Berry y los timadores de las redes sociales.
Zev Feldman, The Jazz Detective, returns to share his recent tape finds and upcoming releases for Record Store Day 2023. Topics include: Zev Feldman introduction Comments on the passing of Amhad Jamal Memories of Amhad Jamal reviewing recent recordings The process for getting these releases issued The stars aligned for 6 RSD releases The importance of the Left Bank Jazz Society The Left Bank tape archive Walter Bishop Jr – Bish at the Bank Zev curates releases with booklets, pictures, info Shirley Scott: Queen Talk: Live at the Left Bank Are there photographs of the artists during Left Bank sessions Sonny Stitt: Boppin' In Baltimore – Live at the Left Bank Chet Baker: Blue Room The pictures of Chet Baker Some projects take years, some take months Vinyl pressing times are getting better, more capacity Bill Evans: Treasures – his 10th album with the Bill Evans Estate Will he be reissuing some Bill Evans releases? Eric Dolphy: Musical Prophet – 2nd pressing The differences between the 1st and 2nd pressings Any thoughts of reissuing the Lee Morgan Live at the Lighthouse boxset? Having unsalvageable tapes from Max Roach and Clifford Brown How often do people reach out to Zev with tapes? Would Zev branch away from Jazz? Upcoming releases Interview wrap up High-resolution & Commercial Free version of this interview available at: www.Patreon.com/VinylGuide Listen on Apple: https://apple.co/2Y6ORU0 Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/36qhlc8 Follow our Podcast: https://linktr.ee/vinylguide Facebook: www.Facebook.com/VinylGuide Instagram: www.Instagram.com/VinylGuide Support our show: www.Patreon.com/VinylGuide If you like records, just starting a collection or are an uber-nerd with a house-full of vinyl, this is the podcast for you. Nate Goyer is The Vinyl Guide and discusses all things music and record-related
When you look back over Glen Matlock's career, the parts involving the Sex Pistols are relatively short blips. Yes, they're titans that cast a tall shadow on everything else, but Glen has carved a path for himself the last few years very much his own. He's become a go-to session guy for legends like the Faces and Blondie (who gave a triumphant performance at Coachella last weekend), as well as his own excellent solo career. His latest, Consequences Coming, is out on April 28th and contains all the vitriol an aging punk looking at the world today can muster. It's among his best work, solo or otherwise. We also get into Pistols reunions, playing with Iggy, Johnny Thunders, Ian Hunter and others and (finally!) the release of the Rich Kids album Ghosts of Princes in Towers from 1978 on Record Store Day on the 22nd. Enjoy hearing from a bona fide legend! www.glenmatlock.co.uk www.patreon.com/thehustlepod
Part 2 of our two-part Record Store Day 2023 roundup ahead of Record Store Day, April 22. 2023 Record Store Day Ambassadors, Jason Isbell & Amanda Shires, are here to talk about being the First Couple of Vinyl and to celebrate two special RSD releases: Amanda Shires - Live At Columbia Studio A (ATO) and Jason Isbell & Amanda Shires - The Sound Emporium EP (Southeastern). Amythyst Kiah explains her motivations for covering the four songs on her Pensive Pop EP (Rounder) Composer Joff Bush talks about making the music for the globally beloved Australian animated kids' series, Bluey, and the limited edition picture disc, Bluey - Dance Mode! (Demon UK) Undeath bass player Tommy Wall talks about working at Mobius Records in Fairfax, VA, and his band's RSD release, Live... From The Grave (Prosthetic Records). And RSD co-founder Carrie Colliton talks about selected RSD instore events around the RSD world. Go to RecordStoreDay.com for the latest news about all things RSD. Sponsored as always by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Tito's Handmade Vodka, and Crosley turntables. Produced, engineered, and hosted by Paul Myers, with theme music and selected interstitial music composed by Paul Myers. Happy Birthday to High Fidelity author, Nick Hornby. Please rate, review, and subscribe to us, wherever you get your podcasts, and TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT US.
With nearly 10 years working on the FREE LSD album and movie, Dimitri Coats of OFF! discusses the project, the story of OFF!, working with Raymond Pettibon, the hidden details in album art, the brotherhood of the band, the potential end of OFF! & more. PLUS the FLSD EP available on Record Store Day 2023. Topics include: Interview intro Which came first, movie or the music? FREE LSD helped band create in all new ways How different was “Watermelon” from “FREE LSD” Starting the new line-up w the Metallica cover Keith and Dimitri help each other stay focus Making FREE LSD movie with non-actors Moving the OFF! Catalogue to Fat Possum Records Fat Possum can press their own vinyl Hidden details in the FREE LSD gatefold cover Being inspired by “Rogue Astronaut” by “The Bastard Noise” The colour cover of FREE LSD was part of the long-term plan Working with Raymond Pettibone When Raymond agreed to collaborate with OFF! The Farrah Fawcett cover of "Live at the 9:30 Club" Coming up with the band name OFF! Dimitri's vision for the future of OFF! The brotherhood of Dimitri and Keith What are OFF!'s international touring plans The 3rd act of Keith's music career Keith's acting in FREE LSD is quite natural The FLSD EP out on Record Store Day Interview wrap-up Extended, High-resolution & Commercial Free version of this interview available at: www.Patreon.com/VinylGuide Listen on Apple: https://apple.co/2Y6ORU0 Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/36qhlc8 Follow our Podcast: https://linktr.ee/vinylguide Facebook: www.Facebook.com/VinylGuide Instagram: www.Instagram.com/VinylGuide Support our show: www.Patreon.com/VinylGuide If you like records, just starting a collection or are an uber-nerd with a house-full of vinyl, this is the podcast for you. Nate Goyer is The Vinyl Guide and discusses all things music and record-related
Romeo Void were a sneaky important band. First, they were the most successful band to come out of the San Francisco scene of the early 80s and showed that interesting things were happening in that city. They also had a couple of the most provocative hits of the era, "Never Say Never" and "A Girl in Trouble (Is a Temporary Thing)" that remain potent today. And frontwoman Debora Iyall represented proudly large women everywhere with her style, intellect, talent and grace. Debora joins us to talk about the band's history, how she coped with being unique, and the new album Romeo Void has coming out on Record Store Day which is a concert from 1980 at the Mabuhay Gardens. She's a icon and we're lucky to hear from her. www.romeovoid.com www.patreon.com/thehustlepod
Episode #148 Dave Pirner from Soul Asylum has been out on the road and is preparing for a 30th Anniversary of the bands Unplugged performance in his home town of Minneapolis. He talked with Mistress Carrie about his home town, New Orleans, vinyl, Record Store Day, his parents, his musical upbringing, songwriting, CBGB's, cheese curds, sports, So I Married an Axe Murderer, Kevin Smith, his pet fish and so much more. Episode Notes Check out the custom playlist for Episode #148 here Find Soul Asylum Online Website Facebook Instagram Youtube Find Mistress Carrie online: Official Website The Mistress Carrie Backstage Pass on Patreon Twitter Facebook Instagram YouTube Cameo Pantheon Podcast Network Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices