Tag: Tim Hoffman
Episode 1541: Fan Mail: Lou Reed, John Lennon and Jeff from Menlo Park
We open up the correspondence bag today and find communiques about Lou Reed (Jason Goebel and George Mannes) and John Lennon (Tim Hoffman). Jeff from Menlo Park calls in to say he’s back on board (but loves “Going Down With the Ship”).
Episode 1480: Suburbs Fest Maryland 11: EPJ
Listen: EPISODIX: Posted: November 3, 2022 Music: Notes: Echo Park Jimmy steps-up to the mic at Suburbs Fest Maryland. We also hear from Jodi Gersh…
Episode 1424: Suburbs Fest Midwest: Driving to the Record Store
On day two of Suburbs Fest Midwest, Patrick, Scott Parks, Bob Peterson and Tim Hoffman headed to Chicago for record shopping.
Episode 1413: The Great Music Experience with Tim Hoffman: Part 2
It’s part two of our conversation with Tim Hoffman, who tells Jim and Patrick about a truly once-in-a-lifetime concert he attended in 1994.
Episode 1412: The Great Music Experience with Tim Hoffman: Part 1
Podcast patron Tim Hoffman talks with Jim and Patrick about a truly once-in-a-lifetime concert he attended in 1994.
Episode 1368: Dylan & Hoffman II
Tim Hoffman leads the second part of our discussion of Bob Dylan’s albums from the controversial 1976 -1981 era. The bottom line? “Shot of Love” is a very key Dylan album.
Episode 1367: Dylan & Hoffman Part One
Tim Hoffman takes us on the Bob Dylan journey we all needed to open our minds. Believer or non-believer, the music wins out in the end.
Episode 1319: Radio Songs – The Firm, Elvis Costello
More DJs from our new online radio station introduce themselves, their shows and their favorite songs about radio. Station manager Keith Jacobsen joins.
Episode 1283: 2021 Favorites – Arooj Aftab, Kero Kero Bonito, Sean Rowe
2021 listener favorites continue. Vasant Ramamurthy tells us about Arooj Aftab’s “Vulture Prince” album. Tim Hoffman says his favorite album of last year was “Civilisation” by Kero Kero Bonito and his favorite song was “Squid Tattoo” by Sean Rowe.
Episode 1271: TV/Radio Songs
Tim Hoffman fills in for Jim & Patrick and talks about songs that reference TV or radio.