August 9, 2022

Raydio - Rock On

Guest Ike Turner returns to the podcast as we finally give Ray Parker Jr. his flowers. We listen to his band Raydio and detail the long, impressive career of this Detroit-born guitarist who eventually became a household name for the Ghostbusters theme.  

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Jeremy shows us that jazz trumpeter Freddie Hubbard's mid-seventies Columbia releases are cheap heat well worth investing in. All of the fusion and jazz-funk elements that made people call Freddie "the next Miles Davis" are present.  

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DJ Lola Kinks returns, bringing some much needed new-wave sounds to the podcast courtesy of English outfit Level 42. We detail the band's early jazz-funk roots and their transition to international sophisti-pop stars.  

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July 19, 2022

Phranc - Folksinger

Jeremy brings us the debut album from punk-turned-folky Phranc. We tell the unique tale of this self-proclaimed "All-American Jewish lesbian folksinger," from her appearance in The Decline of Western Civilization documentary to becoming one of the country's top Tupperware salesladies.  

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July 12, 2022

John Fogerty - S/T

On our second installment of a special two-part series, we continue our look at John Fogerty. We sample Fogerty's self-titled album as we cover the tumultuous middle part of his music career and his later comeback.  

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On this first part of a special two-part series, we take a look at the man behind Creedence Clearwater Revival—John Fogerty. We sample Fogerty's debut solo album The Blue Ridge Rangers and explore the early part of his music career.  

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Architect, musician, and record store owner Melonie Bayl-Smith joins us all the way from Australia to talk about guitar virtuoso Rick Derringer's debut solo album. His story includes appearances from the Winter brothers (Johnny & Edgar), Hulk Hogan, and Weird Al.  

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Bob Bucko Jr returns to the podcast carrying a copy of the second album from Dayton, Ohio, funk outfit Slave. We explore the history of the city as a funk mecca and where Slave fits into the scene.  

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Leaura Hoss returns to the podcast as we discuss the unfairly maligned Monkees. The level of innovation and forward thinking on this record should quickly quiet the naysayers.  

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Co-host Jeremy takes it upon himself to show everyone what's on those Michael Franks records we've flipped past a thousand times. The smooth jazz-pop sound of this album takes on many forms, from refined to daffy.  

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