Part 2 of our live show from Spaces in Chevy Chase MD with producer Don Zientara of the famed Inner Ear Studio. Don discusses working with avant-garde band the Happy Flowers, among other topics, and plays two of his own songs: “You Come” and “Jr. Heartbreaker.”
Welcome Don Zientara, famous producer of DC punk bands (Fugazi, Minor Threat, Bad Brains, etc.) and a singer-songwriter in his own right. In this live show — recorded as part of Alex Vidales’ DC Podfest live podcast series at Spaces in Chevy Chase MD — Don talks about how he got his Inner Ear Studio off the ground. Don also plays two songs at the end of the episode: “So Long” and “Easter Morning Prayer.”
More listener picks for hot new music. We take calls from Gerald Chyzenski from Ireland by way of Canada, Scott from Georgia USA, Kjell Arne Sandvik from Norway and Steven Routledge from Scotland.
Listeners tell us about new music they’ve been digging. With picks from NoLa Zac, Jesse Morin, Enrique Cruz and Steven Routledge.
To round out our Record Store Day episodes, Jim & Patrick + Mike Snider talk about their purchases. Plus, calls from Adam Coop of Kentucky and Mark Neese of Michigan.
Today we get tales of Record Store Day from four listeners! Bud Verge of Silver Spring MD, Intern Sam Lisker of Ithaca College, BJ Bonin of St. Paul MN and Keith Jacobsen of Grand Rapids MI.
Ben Montgomery of Orlando talks about his Record Store Day finds.
Scott Parks of Valparaiso IN tells us about his Record Store Day finds.
Tales from Record Store Day. We start with Randall Brown of Knoxville TN, who tells us about the cool stuff he bought.
Jim and Patrick respond to some correspondence about the recent Led Zeppelin countdown. Calls from Jimmy Lonetti and Echo Park Jimmy, plus Facebook comments from Kevin Clement and Kurt Gallagher.