Patron of the pod Mike Snider gets to pick the topic. He’s been intrigued by the new album from the Highwomen and wants to talk about supergroups, including Them Crooked Vultures, the Traveling Wilburys, Blind Faith and more.
Mike Snider and Brett Motiff fill in for Jim and Patrick while they are away for a bit. They talk about the use of rock and pop songs in movies.
Jim & Patrick are on vacation again. So Mike Snider and Brett Motiff put together this episode about the Rolling Stones’ classic “Some Girls” album, released in June 1978.
We wrap up Bruce Week with an examination of Springsteen’s 1984 super-megahit album “Born in the USA.” With special guests Intern Sam Lisker and Mike Snider.
Day 4 of Bruce Week. Explore the stark sounds of 1982’s “Nebraska.” With special guests Mike Snider and Intern Sam Lisker.
Day 3 of Bruce Week. We explore 1980’s glorious double album “The River.” With special guests Mike Snider and Intern Sam Lisker.
It’s Bruce Week on Rockin’ the Suburbs. Five days, five classic albums, leading up to the release of Springsteen’s latest album, “Western Stars.” We start with the breakthrough record, 1975’s “Born to Run.”
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.
We reach for the heavy stuff to wrap up Beer Week. That would be Bitches Brew by Dogfish Head, a salute to Miles Davis. (Thanks to Mike Snider for letting us record, and drink, at your house.)