Scott Parks, a patron of the pod, picks the topic. We discuss Harry Nilsson’s 1974 album “Pussy Cats,” produced by John Lennon.
Would the Beatles’ double White Album have been better as a single album? Jim & Patrick give it a go.
Jann Wenner recently put Rolling Stone up for sale, 50 years after he founded the music and culture magazine. Jim & Patrick were once avid readers and reflect on the publication’s impact … and shortcomings.
We didn’t invent Throwback Thursday, but we may have perfected it. Enjoy some stories of music and youth from Jim & Patrick, plus Greg Wilson, Brandi Crawford and Jim’s wife, Katy. Live from the Wilson Tiki House!
SiriusXM satellite radio debuted a Beatles channel in mid-May and our pal Phil Ingrassia soaked it all in. Here are his impressions after 30 days with The Fabs.
One would think the network TV landscape of the late ’70s and ’80s would offer no career opportunities for political punkers like the Clash, but one would be wrong.
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.”