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The Podcast Network for Music Lovers!Find all the shows in our main feed here: Rock N Roll Archaeology, History in Five Songs with Martin Popoff, Decibel Geek, Crime in Music, Tripping on My Roots, Mistress Carrie Podcast, The Hook Rocks!, Rock n Roll Librarian, Art of Rock, Festival Nation, Into the Banjoverse, Is It Rolling Bob? Talking Dylan, Rock's Backpages, Goldmine, Pamela Des Barres' Pajama Party, Who Cares About the Rock Hall?, You're Not Listening, The Career Musician, Cobras & Fir ...
 
Where gods go to die. The Pantheon is a collection of my own writings, transcribed into audio format. These are meant primarily to entertain, of course, but also to help the people of today carve some light out of the dark time we call the present. Episodes will likely have many interlinking aspects, but most should be able to be viewed standalone without too much confusion. Series, such as "The Pantheon" proper will be marked at the start of their title. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride. ...
 
Programma che da voce a scrittori, umanisti e scienziati che hanno reso grande la nostra storia e la nostra cultura con opere indimenticabili che hanno ancora hanno un'eco nel nostro tempo e continuano a comunicare con noi.
 
In The Pantheon Podcast with Matthew Holding. Musings on TV shows from just another binge watcher. Are we still in the golden age of television? Has television replaced the novel? Do we enjoy our anti-heroes more than are actual heroes? Who sits on your Mt. Rushmore of television shows? These are the questions we will look at each episode. Each episode we will look at two iconic shows and examine the themes, ideas, historical legacy and where they sit in the conversation of television histor ...
 
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Built To Spill had already released 3 records and signed to Warner Bros before putting out their definitive record Keep It Like A Secret in 1999. From their 2nd album There's Nothing Wrong With Love to their 3rd record Perfect From Now On, the band transitioned from quick-witted indie pop to more progressive experimental indie rock. Keep It Like A …
 
Once upon a time, not so long ago...actually, RIGHT NOW! It’s another episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST. In this episode, your hosts review the 1980s classic, “Livin’ on a Prayer” by legendary rock band, Bon Jovi. Take a trip to New Jersey and visit the usual sights — a dock, a diner, and a pawn shop. Join us as we make it talk so tough, but in a J…
 
Matt Heart Spade & Jinners chat with VP of Marketing & Business Development at the Syndicate, and co-creator of Equilibrium, Marni Wandner Ashby. For Repeat/Skip, they revisit PJ Harvey's "Rid of Me" and Death From Above 1979's "You're a Woman, I'm a Machine." Follow us online: @mixtapememoriespodcast on Facebook @mixtape.memories on Instagram @Mem…
 
On this episode of Audio Judo Does Jazz, Chris discusses one of the pillars of jazz music: Miles Davis. From his early days playing be-bop with Charlie Parker, through his late period jazz fusion works, Chris talks about Miles' history and highlights some of his greatest works and must-listen albums. Click here to visit the Audio Judo Does Jazz (AJ…
 
From the way they came together, to the music they played, to the way their legion of Deadhead followers grew, The Grateful Dead was totally organic in their approach. In this episode, the Imbalanced Brothers delve into how they met, came together, crossed musical streams, and became one of the pillars of Haight-Ashbury in San Francisco in the '60s…
 
We revisit a favorite topic of The Hook Rocks Podcast with acclaimed author and Heavy Metal Historian Martin Popoff. Our discussion about the NWOBHM begins with its origins and what artists had a direct influence on these bands which included Iron Maiden, Def Leppard, Saxon, and others. We cover the defining album art, production quality, and the i…
 
ABOUT RUDY SARZO: Rudy Sarzo is a professional recording and worldwide performing artist with a career spanning nearly four decades. Rudy arrived in Los Angeles in the late 70's and was a member of Quiet Riot. In the early 80's Sarzo followed fellow Quiet Riot bandmate and guitarist Randy Rhoads as a member of Ozzy Osbourne’s band, where Rudy serve…
 
Don’t hang up! This isn’t a prank, it’s another episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST. Join your hosts for their review of the 1999 pop-punk hit, “What’s My Age Again?” by blink-182. Learn some important life lessons, including how to prepare for a date in 1999, the best late 90s television shows to watch while on that date, and where to find a payphon…
 
Music is often an essential element in movie storytelling, and a song can become inextricably linked to a particular movie and a specific moment in a character's journey (think Tiny Dancer in Almost Famous, Bohemian Rhapsody in Wayne's World...). In this episode, Rich and Clint explore the songs that were used to greatest effect in films and will f…
 
The last years of Rick James' life were laiden with controversy. He battled a declining career, addiction, and the infamous "Me Monster," But who was the real Rick James? What was his legacy? The story runs deeper than the headlines. Find out this week on Rock and Roll Heaven. Proud member of the Pantheon family, and available wherever you listen t…
 
It's our 50th episode and we invited all the Youngsters to join our celebration! Oh man, what a ride it's been. It's crazy to think that this time last year we were throwing on Neil's first self-titled album and getting ready to see if this whole thing would work at all. Seriously. Luke didn't even know what Squirt was. Russ was only flirting with …
 
Her name is Annie and she dances on the sand...whenever she hears the album Rio by Duran Duran! Writer Annie Zaleski joins us in the virtual What Difference Does It Make podcast studio to talk about her 33 1/3 book, Rio. Like us, Annie is a self-described music nerd, so were thrilled to nerd out together over all the details that made this band, an…
 
George Harrison emerged from the rubble of The Beatles breakup with all cylinders firing. After years of working in John & Paul's shadow, George had amassed a stockpile of great songs. It all burst out in 1970 on his triple-album set, All Things Must Pass. One of the standout tracks was "Beware Of Darkness", a warning to everyone (including himself…
 
When Tom Petty arrived in Los Angeles in 1974 the Gainesville, Florida native found exactly what he was looking for in L.A.,rom the earliest Heartbreakers concerts in Los Angeles at the legendary Whisky a Go Go and the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, to the band’s final concerts at the iconic Hollywood Bowl, Petty aimed to continue the tradition of …
 
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