Tag: David Leedy

  • Thumbnail for Episode 1357: What Was First: Slash Records

    Episode 1357: What Was First: Slash Records

    On a second-straight suggestion from listener David Leedy, Patrick takes a look at the first record released on Slash Records, a highly influential label born out of the Los Angeles punk boom.

  • Thumbnail for Episode 1356: What Was First: I.R.S. Records

    Episode 1356: What Was First: I.R.S. Records

    It’s another edition of the “bite-size history lesson” series What Was First, where we explore the first release on iconic record labels. Today, on a suggestion from listener David Leedy, Patrick takes a look at the first record released on the I.R.S. label: the album “Singles Going Steady” by the Buzzcocks.

  • Thumbnail for Episode 1085: Fan Mail – Cheap Trick, ‘Sound of Metal’

    Episode 1085: Fan Mail – Cheap Trick, ‘Sound of Metal’

    We address correspondence about Cheap Trick and the “Sound of Metal” movie, from listeners Kevin Bartlett, Randall Brown, David Leedy, Jo Fleischer, Tom Neuerburg and Mike Kohli.

  • Thumbnail for Episode 1077: Fan Mail – Eddie Van Halen and More

    Episode 1077: Fan Mail – Eddie Van Halen and More

    We address correspondence about Eddie Van Halen from listeners David Leedy, Justin Steiner, Jay Ignacio, Kevin Clement and Mark Neese, plus talk fast food, foxes and other foolishness.