We feature some stragglers to the 2019 listener favorites series. Kevin Clement likes Dollyrots and Michaela Anne, Craig Rosen talks up Minus 5, and Jay Ignacio tells a touching story about the music of Philippines’ Munimuni. (Kevin Goff fills in for Patrick.)
Two dispatches from listener Steven Routledge on this episode! First, he talks about new music he discovered in December – including Greg Dulli and Panopticon – plus his favorites of 2017: Lion and Karen O/Danger Mouse. Then he talks about new music from January – Ryan Hamilton and the Harlequin Ghosts, the Lonesome Wilderness and Tattletale Saints – plus more 2019 favorites, including Mini Meltdowns, Richard Lucas and Daniel Meade.
We conclude Genesis Week by discussing a few more favorite songs. With Kevin Goff and Rob Gates. Dig it.
The Genesis fan base is split between those who like the long prog-rock songs vs. those who prefer the more standard pop structure.
We continue Genesis Week with a look at the era when popmeister Phil Collins took over as lead singer. (With Kevin Goff and Rob Gates.)
Kevin Goff and Rob Gates join Jim in the basement to explore Genesis’ early incarnation as a prog rock band, with Peter Gabriel as lead singer.
Patrick is out of town, so Jim invites friends Kevin Goff and Rob Gates over to talk about Genesis all week. It starts with this overview.
We conclude our series on classic rock in the ’80s with a look at Crosby, Stills & Nash, Yes, the Who and the Grateful Dead. Rob Gates and Kevin Goff join Jim while Patrick is on vacation.
On this ’80s flashback episode, we focus on artists who continued to evolve their sound: Paul Simon, David Bowie and Genesis. Rob Gates and Kevin Goff fill in for Patrick while he’s on vacation.
It’s a rapid-fire episode, as we compare and contrast examples of bands’ ’70s vs. ’80s sounds. Rob Gates and Kevin Goff join Jim (while Patrick is on vacation) to discuss ZZ Top, the J. Geils Band, Aerosmith, Heart, Chicago and Kenny Loggins.