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On "Alpha Bravo Charlie - The Alphabetical Wilco" Jason (IG - @hessisbest) and Kevin (IG - @KevinVinyl) discuss Wilco's entire current catalogue (2019). Alphabetically, song by song and week by week until they reach the end. New Episodes every Monday and Wednesday. http://abcwilco.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/abcwilco/support
 
The Marketing Shortcuts Podcast is where we help businesses grow faster by sharing what's working in marketing today. Whether you are a business owner, marketer or anyone trying to grow a business, this is where you'll learn all about automation, analytics, Facebook Ads, split-testing, storytelling, video marketing, funnels, email marketing, software as a service (SaaS), viral marketing and more.
 
How to Build a Sustainable Music Career and Collect All Revenue Streams is the podcast version of Emily White's #1 Amazon best-selling book. White brings each chapter of the book to life with handpicked world-class guests including Bon Iver's Justin Vernon, Imogen Heap, Kam Franklin of The Suffers, Warped Tour Founder Kevin Lyman, legendary attorney Donald S. Passman, Patrick Sansone of Wilco, and more. Host, Author, and Creator Emily White has been the forefront of the modern music industry ...
 
Today's most talented and compelling musicians visit Musicians' Spotlight to "talk shop" and give you a deeper insight into their music. Host and producer John Floridis brings his own musical expertise along with over a decade and a half of experience conducting interviews. Guests on the show have included legendary musicians like B.B King; Alison Krauss; Lyle Lovett; Wilco; Brandi Carlile; Daryl Jones of the Rolling Stones; The Cowboy Junkies; Richard Thompson; Mary Chapin Carpenter; Bruce ...
 
Born in Chicago in 1939, Mavis first achieved wide recognition as the lead singer of the Staple Singers, her family’s band. Her rich contralto voice and deep-seated sensuality give her a truly original sound. Her 14th release, "One True Vine," releases on June 25 and is her second collaboration with Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy, who produced and wrote songs for the album.
 
Come one, come all, to this tragic affair, and subscribe here for the best music show in your podcast library. Hosted by Blake Murphy and Jake Goldsbie, Columbia House Party is your home for Riots and Black Parades, Cork Trees and Significant Others. At times it will showcase the very finest the music industry had to offer, often around the pop-punk and emo boom of the early-to-mid 2000s. At its worst, it will indulge in those forgotten records we all have lurking in our collection. All the ...
 
No Wristbands! We Drink For Free is a podcast for Chicago music scene fanatics BY Chicago music scene fanatics. With over 40 years of music memories and experiences we are here to champion all things Chicago music - from local bands, to touring bands passing through Chicago, to radio stations, to music venues, to the background players - concert promoters, record pressers, engineers, producers. Each episode runs about 1 hour, and features an in depth interview with someone associated with th ...
 
In this podcast we review and discuss music with a focus on albums both new and old. Each week we select an album, give commentary on the history of the album and band, and ultimately decide which track we would scratch off. Back in the day when CDs and Vinyl records were the main ways of consuming music the downside was they would get scratched. The worst part was it would often happen to one of your favorite songs. In this game you get to choose the track you would scratch off. It's a fun ...
 
Hey scenesters! On The Boys in the Band Podcast we bring you exclusive interviews with the musicians who soundtracked the 00s indie scene. The best gigs, the secrets to songwriting the biggest hits, and what came next… Hear the inside stories from your favourite bands. If you loved that scene - The Libertines, Arctic Monkeys, Mystery Jets, The Cribs, The Maccabees, The Holloways etc - then this is the podcast for you! Get in touch and let us know your favourite bands/songs/gigs from the era. ...
 
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Today we review, discuss and scratch Wilco's classic album, Sky Blue Sky. Is this your favorite Wilco album? What track is is your favorite, and which would you scratch if you had to? Let us know in the comments. THE BAND & THE ALBUM 0:00 - The Meaning of Sky Blue Sky 1:28 - How We Got Into Wilco 3:15 - How Wilco's Sound Evolved 7:21 - Critical Rec…
 
On this episode the boys engage in the age old debate of Apple vs Android before diving into the timeless Being There classic Someone Else’s Song. (Recording Date: November 26, 2021) Visit abcwilco.com to find all of the ways to support the show. Please support the show by leaving a rating and review in your preferred podcatcher. Instagram - instag…
 
On this episode, Jake discusses Wilco's 1995 album "Being There", which is his entry for the "Late Bloomers", or as it's more colloquially known, "Albums We Didn't Like at First but Came To Love", theme. Chaz listens to it at the gentle behest of Jake, and wants to discuss it as well, but is too busy traveling in a time machine to recommend it to J…
 
What's so bad about Foreigner? I bet you love more of their songs than you know. When band leader Mick Jones wrote the riff that became Feels Like The First Time, his double vision dreams of creating an iconic arena rock band came into focus once Lou Gramm and the boys jumped aboard the ship. Charlie Schmid and I once again join forces to ponder th…
 
Hi all you King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard fans! Their new album Made in Timeland comes out Feb 11. Does anyone have more info on this album? Let us know what you think it will be! 0:00 - Timeland Vinyl Pressing 1:43 - Available for Pre-Order? 2:39 - Two Tracks, 15 Minutes Each 4:00 - What Will It Sound Like? 6:50 - Tell Us What You Think #kingg…
 
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by poet, essayist, and cultural critic Hanif Abdurraqib (@NifMuhammad, abdurraqib.com) to discuss the seminal 1982 Descendents album Milo Goes to College. It’s a wider-ranging chat than usual, thanks to Hanif’s incredible insight and thoughtfulness about …
 
On this episode the boys gush about a little known Liverpool indie rock band called The Beatles before diving into the country licks of Someday Soon. (Recording Date: November 26, 2021) Visit abcwilco.com to find all of the ways to support the show. Please support the show by leaving a rating and review in your preferred podcatcher. Instagram - ins…
 
Thanks podcast audience, for choosing and paying handsomely for this LIVE from bowievs.dylan.com concert experience! We thank you kindly for your patronage, and we hope you enjoy this LIVE concert experience! Editor's note: this experience is neither concert, nor LIVE. What's that you say? You figured that out the moment you clicked on the link tha…
 
On this episode the boys discuss American junk food before diving into the dreamy Someday Some Morning Sometime. (Recording Date: November 19, 2021) Visit abcwilco.com to find all of the ways to support the show. Please support the show by leaving a rating and review in your preferred podcatcher. Instagram - instagram.com/abcwilco Twitter - twitter…
 
It's January which means... we're one day closer to summer! It also means that the monthly mailbag is up. Blake and Jake combed through all of your awesome questions (Blake created a document) and answered as many as they could on tonight's pod. Let's just say we gotta little bit of karaoke talk and a whole bucket of nostalgia when it came to video…
 
On this episode, Kevin publicly attacks a major Hollywood celebrity before the boys dive into Solitare from Wilco (The Album). (Recording Date: November 19, 2021) Visit abcwilco.com to find all of the ways to support the show. Please support the show by leaving a rating and review in your preferred podcatcher. Instagram - instagram.com/abcwilco Twi…
 
On this episode, the boys discuss character actor Michael Shannon while also discussing the title track to 2007’s Sky Blue Sky. (Recording Date: November 19, 2021) Visit abcwilco.com to find all of the ways to support the show. Please support the show by leaving a rating and review in your preferred podcatcher. Instagram - instagram.com/abcwilco Tw…
 
Top of the morning. Thought I’d try something different. Here’s myself and my friend Jason Booth, from the band Last Tourist, discussing our favourite music of 2021. I’m largely insufferable throughout but Jason is very nice, and you get to hear a Last Tourist song at the end of the show! Normal service will resume shortly. Twitter: @signalspodcast…
 
In 1982, London punk-rockers Shane MacGowan and Spider Stacy stumbled into fusing their love of punk with traditional Irish melody, and a new music genre was born. Often imitated and rarely duplicated, The Pogues laid the foundation for many Irish rockers to come, including Black 47, Flogging Molly, Dropkick Murphys and The Kissers. No matter how m…
 
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by Steve Sladkowski (@sladkow) of PUP (@puptheband) to discuss one of the most important albums of all time, The Clash's London Calling. Find out more about The Clash's slower path to a monstrous third-album success, how London Calling pulled from dozens …
 
On this episode friend of the show Brandon returns to talk about multi-layered Side With the Seeds! (Recording Date: October 22, 2021) Visit abcwilco.com to find all of the ways to support the show. Please support the show by leaving a rating and review in your preferred podcatcher. Instagram - instagram.com/abcwilco Twitter - twitter.com/abcwilco …
 
Spencer Tweedy joins us to talk about all the cool stuff he has been doing. Finishing up the new Case Oats record with Casey Walker. How he put together the Mirror Sound book project. Playing drums after school with Dad. Learning drums from Glenn Kotche. Playing with Norah Jones and Mavis Staples. Starring in The Tweedy Show. And so much more! Plus…
 
Charlie discusses Yo La Tengo's 1993 album "Painful", which is his entry for the "Late Bloomers" theme. Jake listens to it at the gentle behest of Charlie, and wants to discuss it as well, but is too busy gazing at his shoes and tinkering with that damn organ to really do it justice. Ouch! That really hurts, it's almost painful, on this episode of …
 
t's an extravaganza! If by extravaganza, you mean a continuing little break from our usual format to present a celebration and countdown of hosts Jake and Charlie's favorite albums from the years of our Lord 1970-1974 in an alternating format that starts this time at #5 and finally ends at #1, then yes! It's definitely an extravaganza, on this edit…
 
t's an extravaganza! If by extravaganza, you mean a little break from our usual format to present a celebration and countdown of hosts Jake and Charlie's favorite albums from the years of our Lord 1970-1974 in an alternating format but stopping at our number 6 album and continuing next time with the rest, then yes! It's definitely an extravaganza, …
 
On this episode, Jake discusses The Jayhawks' 2011 album "Mockingbird Time", which is his entry for the "Breakup Albums" theme. Chaz listens to it at the gentle behest of Jake, and wants to discuss it as well, but is exhausted by the thought of how he's going to go about becoming estranged from Jake again, honestly, this time it better stick becaus…
 
Charlie discusses St Vincent's 2019 album "Masseduction", which is his entry for the "Break Up Albums" theme. Jake listens to it at the gentle behest of Charlie, and wants to discuss it as well, but is too engaged at the moment with popping pills and reveling in some light and consensual BDSM. The safe words are "Louder than Sound" on this episode …
 
On this episode the boys discuss toothpaste! And also the Wilco Schmilco song “Shrug and Destroy”. (Recording Date: November 19, 2021) Visit abcwilco.com to find all of the ways to support the show. Please support the show by leaving a rating and review in your preferred podcatcher. Instagram - instagram.com/abcwilco Twitter - twitter.com/abcwilco …
 
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy dive into one of a handful of blink side-projects, +44’s lone album, When Your Heart Stops Beating. The unofficial follow-up to blink’s untitled album, +44 sees Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker continue down that same road, with Hoppus trying to extend himself creative…
 
On this episode the boys discuss the internet, changing technologies, and scams, before diving into a song from when life was more simple “Should’ve Been In Love”. (Recording Date: November 14, 2021) Visit abcwilco.com to find all of the ways to support the show. Please support the show by leaving a rating and review in your preferred podcatcher. I…
 
On this episode, Jake discusses Robert Plant and Alison Krauss' album "Raising Sand", which is his entry for the "Unlikely Collaborators" theme. Chaz listens to it as well at the gentle behest of Jake, and wants to discuss it as well, but the sand raised by the artists is in his eyes and scratching them badly, plus all of Alison Krauss' 27 Grammys …
 
Charlie discusses Elvis Costello and Burt Bacharach's album "Painted From Memory", which is his entry for the "Unlikely Collaborations" theme. Jake listens to it at the gentle behest of Charlie, and wants to discuss it as well, but found himself awash in a pastiche-tinged 60's pop fever dream instead. It was a bit of challenge overall, on this epis…
 
On this episode, Jake discusses John Vanderslice's 2011 album "White Wilderness", which is his entry for the "Albums Of One" theme. Chaz listens to it as well at the gentle behest of Jake, and wants to discuss it as well, but is so busy ravaging the indie legend John Vanderslice with John Mayer and Jack Johnson comparisons that he disappears up his…
 
Charlie discusses Laurie Anderson's 1982 album "Big Science", which is his entry for the "Albums of One" theme. Jake listens to it at the gentle behest of Charlie, and wants to discuss it as well, but can't speak about the mundane yet profound outrageousness of life (and consequently, the album) without a constant "huh" noise of his own creation on…
 
On this episode, Jake discusses Roy Acuff's nebulous compilation of material recorded in the early 50's "The Great Roy Acuff", which is his entry for the "Music Recorded Before 1955" theme. Chaz listens to it as well at the gentle behest of Jake, and wants to discuss it, but gets so into the country-western vibe that his voice gets stuck in a twang…
 
Charlie discusses Washington Phillips' compilation album "Washington Phillips and His Manzarene Dream", which is his entry for the "Music Recorded Before 1955" theme, it having been recorded in the late 1920's and early 1930's. Jake listens to it and discusses as well, but gets so worked up and full of the genuine spirit that he leaves the podcast …
 
Very special guest Tim Rebers discusses Frank Sinatra's 1955 album "In the Wee Small Hours", which is the inaugural entry for new theme "Music Recorded Before 1955". Jake and Charlie listen to it and discuss in tandem as well, but are frankly not as knowledgable and charming as Tim, so they resort to crooning sad sack tunes about watching the breat…
 
On this episode the boys discuss Dave Grohl and his band the Foo Fighters before diving into mid-90s era Wilco track Shouldn’t Be Ashamed. (Recording Date: November 14, 2021) Visit abcwilco.com to find all of the ways to support the show. Please support the show by leaving a rating and review in your preferred podcatcher. Instagram - instagram.com/…
 
In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy dive in on the band's untitled 2003 album. It also happens to be both hosts' favorite blink-182 offering. Find out more about what led to the dramatic shift in sound, how the rift between Mark Hoppus and Tom DeLonge continued and led to their eventual separation, an…
 
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