Tag: Scott Parks
Episode 1565: American Band Madness Update: Region A Second Round Winners!
Keith Jacobsen and Scott Parks join Jim and Patrick to analyze the results of some second-round matchups in the American Band Madness tournament.
Episode 1546: American Band Madness Update: Region A First-Round Winners!
Scott Parks and Bud Verge join Jim & Patrick to analyze the results of the first eight matchups in the American Band Madness tournament.
Episode 1522: Exploring Lou Reed’s 1980s Catalog, Part 1
Scott Parks joins Patrick to examine six 1980s Lou Reed albums. In today’s first segment, they discuss Growing Up in Public, The Blue Mask and Legendary Hearts.
Episode 1492: Five Degrees of Parks
To kick off the week, Scott Parks joins the pod to explain the concept behind something we’re going to call Five Degrees of Parks.
Episode 1491: Patrick and Scott’s World Cup Preview
In advance of the 2022 World Cup, Patrick and Scott Parks preview the group stage… with a musical twist!
Episode 1431: Recorded at Suburbs Fest Midwest: Part 6
Scott Parks turns the tables by coming up with a What Was First episode on Drag City Records. Plus, he dives into the Bag of Questions!
Episode 1383: May New Music Mini-Blast, Part 1
We’re trying out Mini-Blasts this month, groups of two or three calls from our community mixed together. Jim and Patrick cap off the series with a Mini-Blast of their own.
Episode 1346: Robert Pollard Redux: Taking off with Boston Spaceships
Scott Parks joins Patrick to kick off the week with a look into Boston Spaceships, a band comprised of Robert Pollard and Chris Slusarenko of Guided By Voices, and John Moen of The Decemberists.
Episode 1343: Exploring Frank Ocean’s “Channel Orange”
Scott Parks joins Patrick for a look inside Frank Ocean’s landmark 2012 album “Channel Orange.” And they both think it’s a masterpiece that will be passed on from generation to generation. Hit play and find out why.
Episode 1326: The Kinks’ RCA Years – ‘Soap Opera,’ ‘Schoolboys in Disgrace’
Scott Parks and Patrick Foster conclude their deep dive into the Kinks’ RCA albums with discussion of two releases from 1975: “The Kinks Present a Soap Opera” and “The Kinks Present Schoolboys in Disgrace.”