We answer some fan correspondence: William Clay Cochran shares a heartwarming story about his son and Record Store Day shopping. Gerald Chyzenski tells us about the Beaches, a new music discovery.
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.
We get great listener feedback, including an email from Jesse Morin on how not to get in trouble with your spouse on Record Store Day and another email from Steven Routledge championing the CD format.
Adam Coop of Louisville rounds out our tales from Record Store Day. He picked up some special released by Car Seat Headrest, Trampled By Turtles (covering Tom Petty) and more.
It’s Randall Brown’s turn to talk about Record Store Day finds. He picked up special editions by Flaming Lips and Prince, plus used records including classic Genesis. Randall’s band, Quartjar, provides the theme music for this podcast.
Today’s Record Store Day tale comes from first-timer Scott Parks of Valparaiso IN. He picked up some special releases by Neil Young, Courtney Barnett, Uncle Tupelo and Wilco, plus a 7-inch with Kevin Morby and Waxahatchee covering Jason Molina.