Ep124: The Steven Wilson Interview

Ep124: The Steven Wilson Interview

Steven Wilson continues to push the bounds of musical artistry. Today he shares his history, philosophy and approach to making music, as well as his memories, appreciation and love of the vinyl record format. Plus a track from his new LP 'To The Bone', enjoy!

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Ep123: Phil Lewis of L.A. Guns

Ep123: Phil Lewis of L.A. Guns

Phil Lewis has lived a pirate's life fronting L.A. Guns. Today he tells some amazing tales of life on the road, takes listener questions and makes me a member of L.A. Guns for about 30 minutes. Still, I think I lasted longer than others.

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Ep121: Dave Meniketti of Y&T

Ep121: Dave Meniketti of Y&T

Dave Meniketti and Y&T are Bay Area legends. They've shaped the sound of heavy rock while inspiring some of music's biggest names and today, Dave Meniketti shares the story of one of rock's most beloved and enduring bands.

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Ep119: Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull

Ep119: Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull

For over 50 years Jethro Tull have honed a unique, instantly recognizable style of music. Ian Anderson has led Jethro Tull from day one and, 5 decades and 60 million albums later, he shares his thoughts and memories on a career unlike any other.

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Ep115: Jimi Hendrix Archivist John McDermott

Ep115: Jimi Hendrix Archivist John McDermott

Jimi Hendrix was extraordinarily prolific right up until the end of his life. Hear the story of what happened afterward from John McDermott, archivist and co-producer for the Experience Hendrix organization, and how their team ensures Jimi's music and legacy continue to inspire.

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Ep113: Discogs CEO Chad Dahlstrom

Ep113: Discogs CEO Chad Dahlstrom

Running the largest online music community is no easy task; the prime audience of record and music collectors are among the pickiest people on the planet. Today Discogs CEO Chad Dahlstrom bravely sits in the hot seat, discusses the focus areas of Discogs, talks about the challenges, answers listener questions and more.

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Ep112: Jakko M Jakszyk of King Crimson Pt 2

Ep112: Jakko M Jakszyk of King Crimson Pt 2

Jakko M Jakszyk is living his dream, playing with his musical heroes King Crimson. Today Jakko discusses his studio work and current remixing projects for Emerson Lake & Palmer, Jethro Tull & more, plus a heap of great stories as only Jakko can tell them. This is part 2 of a 2 part series.

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Ep110: Tales of The Ramones w Ed Stasium

Ep110: Tales of The Ramones w Ed Stasium

The Ramones defined the sound of popular music for decades, influencing countless bands in their wake. Yet, at the time, their success was limited. Ed Stasium was in the studio for most of their classic recordings and tells the tales of the Ramones; the music, the records, the people.

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Ep109: Growing up Moon Unit Zappa

Ep109: Growing up Moon Unit Zappa

This week we speak to Moon Unit Zappa about her musical moments with her father, what it was like growing up in the Zappa home, the music they shared, the music they didn't, the unexpected hit 'Valley Girl' and her ongoing quest for normality.

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Ep108: Derek Shulman of Gentle Giant

Ep108: Derek Shulman of Gentle Giant

Prog Rock legends Gentle Giant have an extensive history and catalogue of rare records. Founder Derek Shulman discusses the band, Simon Dupree & The Big Sound, the missing multitrack tapes, the latest remix release "Three Piece Suite" with Steven Wilson, and heaps more. Plus a Gentle Giant track for listeners of The Vinyl Guide to enjoy!

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Ep107: Jake Burns of Stiff Little Fingers

Ep107: Jake Burns of Stiff Little Fingers

Formed in Belfast during the Northern Ireland conflict known as 'The Troubles', Stiff Little Fingers rose to not only write and record some very important punk rock songs but also inspire hundreds (thousands?) of bands in their wake. We talk to Jake Burns today about the history and legacy of Stiff Little Fingers.

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