Second in a series: What our friend Tug Baker learned in his deep exploration into the music of KRS-One and Boogie Down Productions.
Our friend Tug Baker joins via Skype to talk about his annual January tradition of listening exclusively to a couple of classic artists. Today, we learn what he learned about Joni Mitchell.
Kevin Goff and Rob Gates join the show again to talk Genesis, this time responding to listener comments.
Fan favorite Echo Park Jimmy calls in to talk about DJ Shadow, Raphael Saadiq and more. So much more.
Listener Mackensi Crenshaw joins the show via Skype (a patron gift from Mike Wagner) and get to pick the topic. We discuss the 50th anniversary of three albums: “Sunflower” by the Beach Boys, “Cosmo’s Factory” by Creedence Clearwater Revival and “Still Waters Run Deep” by the Four Tops.
We open the mailbag way up and address listener correspondence about Ken Burns’ “Country Music,” albums from 1984, Tool and the discovery of Durand Jones and the Indications.
A second episode in which listeners share sad stories about missed concerts, including the White Stripes and Radiohead.
Listeners respond to episode 738 (The Concerts That Got Away) with their own tales of missed opportunities, including shows by Bruce Springsteen, David Bowie, Meat Puppets and the Guess Who.
What’s Jim been digging lately? New music by Locate S,1 and Eyelids. Plus, we play a Todd Rundgren cover by Whyte Horses.
What’s Patrick been digging? New music from Wire and M80. Plus, we play a Lou Reed cover by Whyte Horses.