John Eatherly of emerging rock/power pop band Public Access T.V. joins us again. This time he talks about some key influences, including Nick Lowe and Sparks. We love “I Love the Sound of Breaking Glass.”
Forty years ago, Fleetwood Mac released an album that sold 20 million copies in the U.S. and, until “Thriller” came along, held the record for the most weeks at No. 1. And yet, “Rumours” sounds better today than it did then. Jim and Patrick pay tribute.
Marriage means much more than love; it also means blending the record collection. As Bud Verge Week reaches its bittersweet conclusion, Jim & Patrick & Bud discuss the musical differences that cause some domestic friction.
You’ve heard a lot of smart people pick their favorite songs of 2016. Now hear from Jim & Patrick. Hint for song 1: There’s a Replacements connection. Hint for song 2: No one plays the saw on this track (at least we don’t think so).