October 12, 2021

Billy Paul - Let ‘Em In

Co-host Peter takes us past the obvious and into the sublime with the second installment of our three-part celebration of Philadelphia International Records. At the center of this discussion is the unjustly unsung singer Billy Paul.  

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The crew kicks off season 3 with a celebration of 50 years of Philadelphia International Records. Co-host Jeremy pulls this Lou Rawls reinvention that merges that Philly soul sound with one of the crooning greats.  

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For our final ReWind of the break, we offer a peek behind the curtain with a Patreon bonus episode classic, the Chi-Lites, as we chronicle their career and listen to this 45.  

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Co-host Sean's rewind pick is the intense story of The Chambers Brothers.  While not our most popular episode, it's consistently one fans seem to be affected by, check it out.  

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Co-host Jeremy picks this underappreciated gem out of the dusty bin of old podcasts and calls your attention back to the singular talent that is Dinah Washington.  

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September 7, 2021

ReWind: Bread - On The Waters

We dust off this season 1 classic where the crew visits Steven "Plastic Crimewave" Krakow just before the pandemic. Revisit lighter times with the obscure side of Bread. 

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For our 100th episode and season 2 finale, the crew turn to the artist and album responsible for our theme song—Bobby Bryant's The Jazz Excursion Into Hair. We also reflect on some of our favorite selections from this season. 

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Healthcare worker, DJ, and record collector Mark Weathersby joins us to talk Johnny Mathis, specifically the crooner's soulful 1973 comeback album I'm Coming Home. The IBTFAD crew are forced to take back some dismissive comments they've made about the artist in previous episodes.  

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DJ and music supervisor Taylor Rowley returns to the program to highlight yet another thrift store staple—singer-songwriter Carole King. We take a look at Wrap Around Joy, a record that often gets lost in the shadow of the ever-present hanging Tapestry.  

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Co-host Jeremy blasts off with Buffy Sainte-Marie's Moonshot. Viewed in its day as a disappointingly mainstream effort from the uncompromising folksinger, the album has fared better with time.  

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