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Records Revisited
A podcast dedicated to the Magic of Music
Category: Music Commentary
Location: Orlando, FL
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September 09, 2019 06:55 PM PDT

The guys are joined by Lauren Gillis (Lucette) to discuss Leonard Cohen's "Various Positions." Other discussion includes the origins of the Lucette moniker, country infused dream pop, saxophones, The Hip and other Canadian bands, Jennifer Warnes, the glory of "Hallelujah" and "If It Be Your Will." Check out Lauren at lucettemusic.net.

Check out other episodes at RecordsRevisitedPodcast.com, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Castbox, and iHeartMedia. Additional content is found at: Facebook.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast

September 02, 2019 08:12 PM PDT

The guys are joined by Cracker guitarist Johnny Hickman to talk about Bob Dylan's landmark "Blood on the Tracks." Plenty of discussion about the characters found in both Dylan's work and in Johnny's solo songs, the Camp In and the Campout, 9pm curfews, and plenty of discussion of THE folk singer. No teen angst here. Check out Johnny at johnnyhickman.com and Cracker at crackersoul.com.

Check out other episodes at RecordsRevisitedPodcast.com or Facebook.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast

August 26, 2019 09:51 PM PDT

The guys are joined by Anthony D'Amato to chat about Neil Young's "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere." Other discussion includes making music videos, Tom Petty, Danny Whitten, Down by the River songs, writing songs with a 103 fever, and the beauty of Cinnamon Girls.

Catch up with Antony at: anthonydamatomusic.com

Check out other episodes at RecordsRevisitedPodcast.com or Facebook.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast

August 20, 2019 05:10 AM PDT

The guys are joined by singer songwriter Anna Tivel to discuss "Civilians" by Joe Henry. Plenty of other discussion like Voodoo Donuts, Fluff and Gravy, Minneapolis, Americana Festival, Bonnie Raitt, Willie Mays, Bonnie Raitt, and trying to decipher Joe's lyrics.

Check out Anna's recent record "The Question" and other happenings at: annativel.com

Check out other episodes of the Records Revisited Podcast at: RecordsRevisitedPodcast.com

Find us on the socials at facebook.com/RecordsRevisitedPodcast and Twitter @podcastrecords or Instagram with the #recordsrevisitedpodcast

August 12, 2019 05:18 PM PDT

The guys are joined by singer songwriter Ian Jones and fellow Washington High School alum to discuss JT's first volume of greatest hits. Plenty of discussion about flirting with country, the Parkland Theatre, punking Elvis, Fire & Rain, mispronouncing "the" and "thee", and Ian's vision for a band called "The Parkland Youth."

Check out Ian's music and his new record "Results Not Typical" at: ianjonesmusic.com

August 05, 2019 07:04 PM PDT

The guys are joined by David Schelzel of the Ocean Blue to discuss the second album by The Smiths (the US version of the album). Plenty of discussion about The Ocean Blue's new record "Kings and Queens / Knaves and Thieves," shades of blue, making records that are actually records, the genius of Johnny Marr and Morrissey, why sometimes the most popular song by a band is the best song by that band, and the brutalities of youth.

Check out The Ocean Blue at: www.theoceanblue.com

July 29, 2019 07:42 PM PDT

The guys are joined by Dave Keuning of The Killers and Keuning to discuss “Siamese Dream” from the Smashing Pumpkins. Plenty of discussion about Dave’s new album “Prismism,” Billy Corgan, Pisces Iscariot, Pissant, James Iha, and why Ben & Wayne sometimes call the band “Smashing Milk.”

Check out Dave’s new record and tour dates at: keuningmusic.com

July 25, 2019 08:45 PM PDT

The guys are joined by singer songwriter Brian Dunne to discuss Jackson Browne's "Late for the Sky." Plenty of other discussion including the music scene in NYC, riding in a Taxi, New Tattoos, our disdain for jug playing, other great Jackson Browne songs and, of course, the Eagles get mentioned again including one Timothy B. Schmitt.

Check out Brian's happenings at: briandunnemusic.net. Seriously, go check him out. Spoiler Alert..."Taxi" and "New Tattoo" will probably make the end of year lists for the guys.

July 22, 2019 05:50 PM PDT

Ben is joined by guest co-host Jeff Johnson (thanks in part to Jeff locking Wayne in a closet) to chat with Katie Toupin about her new record "Magnetic Moves" and Elton John's underappreciated 1970 release "Tumbleweed Connection." Plenty of other discussion including how the guys got their scores wrong for "Amoreena," The Band, the "bad boys," Orlando Bloom, and trying to understand why no singles were released for this record.

Check out Katie's happenings at:
katietoupinmusic.com

July 15, 2019 07:16 PM PDT

The guys are joined by the host of The Hustle Podcast, Jon Lamoreaux, to discuss the 1987 classic "Kick" by INXS. Find out why Jon calls the guys "weirdos" (twice). Other conversations include Wilco, Grammy Winners of 1988, Martika, Eddie Money, Nenah Cherry, Timothy B. Schmitt (again), a Willy Vlautin follow-up, dirty sax, covers of "Never Tear Us Apart" and why every man has a mancrush for Michael Hutchence.

Find episodes of The Hustle at: thehustle.podbean.com

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