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I was working in the lab late one night When my ears beheld a dreadful blight For Bobby "Boris" Pickett began to write An album which, to no surprise Was really wack -- he made the monsters wack The "Monster Mash", it was the only good track The rest is wack -- the rest is really wack He made it wack -- just stick to "Monster Mash" From our laborat…
 
This show is all about Brian Cullman. Brian is one of those guys who’s been everywhere, met everyone, and done everything. At the age of 15, he played his demos for Danny Fields in his apartment apartment with Edie Sedgwick, Nico, & Jim Morrison. He was also hanging out at Max’s Kansas City & The Scene at that time. He worked with some great artist…
 
In this episode, Barney, Mark & Jasper welcome the great Loraine Alterman — live from New York City! — to reminisce about her journey from '60s "Teen Beat" reporter on the Detroit Free Press to co-producer of a new Broadway show about Motown stars the Temptations. Along the way we also hear about New York's Fillmore and Apollo theatres — and how Jo…
 
Not every side project becomes an Audioslave or a Them Crooked Vultures. But if you're a fan of the band they stemmed from, odds are pretty good you'll find something to like. For fans of Fleet Foxes, we have the short-lived Poor Moon. Comprised of bass player Christian Wargo and keyboardist Casey Wescott, Poor Moon brings the intricate melodies an…
 
Bing Crosby biographer Gary Giddins joins host Nate Wilcox to discuss Bing Crosby’s incredible run during the World War 2 era. The 1940s were a period when Crosby set still-unbroken records for single sales, won an Oscar for his acting, sang for a radio audience in the tens of millions and led Hollywood’s war effort. The conversation focuses on Gar…
 
On the 9th Bonus episode, Tom, Zeus & Hollywood review the 1980 classic album Blizzard Of Ozz by Ozzy Osbourne. This was Ozzy's first solo album just after his release from Black Sabbath. This album featured the legendary guitar work of Randy Rhoads. The album catapulted Ozzy Osbourne into super stardom and the Prince Of Darkness never looked back.…
 
From the 516, NYC to sun-soaked LA! Joe has worked as a studio and touring guitarist for Robin Thicke, Jennifer Hudson, The Backstreet Boys, and Israel Houghton to name a few! Augello and Nomad seem to be cut from the same cloth. They met in LA, both of Italian decent, both guitar slingers from Strong Island, they're around the same age and they ev…
 
Host Marla Davies talks to Rock and Roll Photographer and Filmmaker Jay Blakesberg about the 'Skull and Roses' Festival that was scheduled for April 2-5, 2020. 'Festival Nation' and the Pantheon Podcast Network teamed up with 'Skull and Roses' for a podcast mini-series. This is one of the interviews from the archives that didn't air before the fest…
 
Goldmine Podcast's Record Store Recon discusses anonymous reporter Dr. Disc's visit to Scratched Vinyl in Barrington, Illinois. The visit was during Record Store Day's second Record Drop day and the good doctor plans on going back to Scratched Vinyl for the third RSD Drop on October 24, 2020. Listen to this podcast episode and find out more about t…
 
The cruel twist in this episode is that our talk with The Immediate Family had to end. Danny Kortchmar, Waddy Wachtel, Leland Sklar, Russ Kunkel and Steve Postell share their stories of the rockin' James Taylor tour of 1979, acting in Spinal Tap and their actual Spinal Tap moments trying to find their way to the stage. We discuss their antics in cr…
 
Here's Dave! Dave Alvin, one of my eternal faves, from the seminal LA band the Blasters to his endless brilliant journeyman excursions with other eclectic musicians, I've joyously followed his career. And his fearless, raucous guitar-playing is orgasmic. More on Dave Alvin: https://www.davealvin.net/ Here we go dolls!! Check out all info on my webs…
 
This episode the Rock N Roll Archaeologist (of the podcast world) sits down for a deep dig into radio executive and consultant Lee Abrams! Lee Abrams with decades in the trenches reinventing radio, tv news and print. Passionate about the past but focused on reimagining the future. Consultant to over 1,000 radio stations, 12 major print publications…
 
Eric Senich has been enamored with Van Halen since Christmas Eve 1988, when he found his brother's 5150 cassette. "When I listened to that, I was like, Wow this makes me feel something special. And so I played it right through, turned it over, and played it again. It was at that point I became a fan of rock and roll music." Eric hosts the DISCovery…
 
The sixty-ninth minute starts with Ben offering a thousand more words and ends with William taking the laundry. We are joined by co-host Casey Likes and special guest Christian Finnegan. Find Christian here: Twitter - @ChristFinnegan Find Casey here: Twitter - @justcaseylikes Instagram - Casey - justcaseylikes Twitter for Almost Famous: The Musical…
 
You know the voice, you know the name, now hear the full story... Take a trip with LD along our path of the 27 club. Amy Winehouse seemed like she belonged in a different era, and that's what made her so unique. Sadly, like so many of the stars she admired, Amy was gone too soon. LD leads the way, TJ lends a hand, and Will the Thrill tries the sign…
 
We decided to pick up this Halloween season with a story a bit more fun and inspiring than previous ones. You may not realize the role and influence Elvira has played in music, but it's there and it's heavy. Not only an icon for all things spooky, she is also a smart and strong babe of a woman who can bring a smile to anyone's face with her campy h…
 
Episode 69: Heaviest US Albums of the ‘70s Montrose – “Rock Candy” Legs Diamond - “I Think I Got It” Ram Jam – “Hurricane Ride” Van Halen – “I’m the One” Riot – “Road Racin’” To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.com This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.By Pantheon Media
 
I’m joined by Ryan Smith & Pony Hixon-Smith of Ryan & Pony on this episode. They tell me about their paths into music. Pony’s in particular is very unique. She also tells me how she got the nickname, Pony. Ryan remembers it well. And Ryan’s been writing music for a long time. From his days in The Melismatics to the new album by Ryan & Pony, his mus…
 
Host Nate Wilcox talks to historian Erin Torkelson Weber about the meta-narrative of Beatles history. Weber is the first to apply the methods of modern historiography to the books about The Beatles in her book "The Beatles and the Historians: An Analysis of Writings about the Fab Four." Join us for a lively discussion of the four major narratives t…
 
You don't need me telling you that 2020 has...uhhh....not exactly been a highlight for a whole heap of reasons besides the obvious ones ramming their way into your consciousness every day for months. BUT.......I'm here to tell you there's a beautiful rose that grown out of the dirt. Welcome to episode 139 of Love That Album podcast. If you've hung …
 
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