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Episode #33, our first new episode of 2021 features a lengthy chat with Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson of The Roots, and The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, covering a broad range of topics, including films with "soul" in the title, what he learned from Prince, Dave Chappelle, growing up on the road with his musician parents and why the B-sides rule. A…
 
Episode #32 is all about 2020 Hindsight, and while we love ALL of our guests equally, Paul took just a few moments out of six shows from over the past year to make this "clip show" which includes excerpts from chats with Eric Burton and Adrian Quesada of Black Pumas, Lucinda Williams with Tom Overby, Jason Isbell, Chris Frantz from Talking Heads an…
 
Episode #31: Patterson Hood returns to talk about the two studio albums he and the Drive-By Truckers released in 2020, The Unraveling, and The New OK, and much more. Otis Redding's daughter Karla Redding-Andrews tells us about her work with the Otis Redding Foundation, and their O'Tis The Season livestream series. In our store feature, Michael Comb…
 
Episode 30! Singer/songwriter Margo Price returns for her own episode after recently appearing on our Tom Petty special, to talk about the vinyl release of Perfectly Imperfect recorded live at Nashville's "mother church," The Ryman Auditorium, and about her recent hit album That's How Rumors Get Started. In our store feature, Galen Hudson tells us …
 
On Episode 29, we celebrate the legacy of Tom Petty and the release of the Wildflowers And All The Rest boxed set with special guest Benmont Tench of Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers, plus contributions from Margo Price and Patterson Hood (Drive By Truckers). We also meet Mik Davis from T-Bones Records & Cafe in Hattiesburg, MS, and RSD's Carrie Col…
 
Episode 28 features two of host Paul Myers' songwriting heroes; the illustrious Elvis Costello whose internationally recorded new album Hey Clockface is chock full of musical invention, and Canadian tunesmith Ron Sexsmith who talks about moving to Stratford, Ontario and recording his sweet new album Hermitage mostly at home with longtime drummer an…
 
Episode 27 is the first episode of our second year. With RSD Drops #3 upon us, we kick off Season Two with two comedy legends for whom music is a huge part of what they do. Mike Myers talks about the Austin Powers OST albums and about growing up with Paul. Judd Apatow talks about his RSD release Warren Zevon's Greatest Hits (According To Judd Apato…
 
Episode 26 is our ONE YEAR PODIVERSARY, and to celebrate we have our fullest and most star-studded show yet. True legend Herb Alpert (leader of the Tijuana Brass and co-founder of A&M Records) talks about John Scheinfeld's new documentary Herb Alpert Is, hot Austin, Texas duo Black Pumas talk about their soul journey, actor Michael McKean (Better C…
 
Episode 25: Rhett Miller of roots rockers Old 97's reveals all the tales of woe behind their rocking new album Twelfth. Journalist and musician Sylvie Simmons talks about her own lovely new album Blue On Blue, working with Howe Gelb, and writing I'm Your Man, the definitive biography of Leonard Cohen. In our record store feature, Matthew Farrington…
 
On Episode 24, Nashville-based Australian singer songwriter Emma Swift tells Paul about her fabulous new album of Dylan interpretations, Blonde On The Tracks, and running her own record company, Tiny Ghost. Also from Nashville, Grant-Lee Phillips walks us through his just released album, Lightning, Show Us Your Stuff. Cleveland DJ Brittany Benton (…
 
Episode 23: Richard Butler of The Psychedelic Furs tells us about Made Of Rain, the band's fantastic first new album in 29 years! Earth Records' Pat Thomas tells us about two August 29 RSD Drops releases, Dennis Hopper's The Last Movie OST (1971), and Bert Jansch Live In Italy (1977), plus Kevin Smokler and Christopher Boone let us in on their ace …
 
Episode 22 of The Record Store Day Podcast is a TWO-FER featuring a pair of fantastic musical guests. Tanya Donelly (Throwing Muses, Belly, Breeders) tells us about her new covers album Tanya Donelly & The Parkington Sisters (on American Laundromat), and David Letterman's favorite Canadian songwriter Kathleen Edwards tells about how quitting to go …
 
On Episode 21, Chris Frantz discusses Talking Heads, Tom Tom Club and Tina Weymouth on the occasion of his memoir, Remain In Love (St. Martin's Press) and the imminent RSD Drops release of Tom Tom Club Live 2020 on August 29th. Tony Cicalese tells us the story of We Got The Beats Record Stores in Florida, plus Carrie Colliton looks at the RSD Drops…
 
On Episode 20, we meet up with affable Merge recording artist Mikal Cronin, who talks about living in California, working with Ty Segall, his recent album Seeker, and the electronic remake of that album, Switched-On Seeker which will be out on vinyl for RSD Drops, August 29. Carrie Colliton calls in from Record Store Day HQ in Raleigh, North Caroli…
 
On Episode 19, Paul chats via Zoom with the legendary Van Dyke Parks who touches on his work with Lowell George (Little Feat), toasts the late, great Hal Willner, and peels back the layers on Orange Crate Art, his 1994 collaboration with Brian Wilson, newly restored and expanded this month by Ominvore Recordings. In our record store feature, we mee…
 
On Episode 18, Lucinda Williams and her co-producer/ partner Tom Overby discuss her new album Good Souls Better Angels, evil, racism, abuse, depression, recovery and redemption, plus Lucinda's misty memories of working in record stores. And with Father's Day upon us, we talk to two grown-up kids taking up their father's businesses; Margaret Storms …
 
In Episode 17, Jay Ferguson of the Canadian indie rock band Sloan shares his lifelong pursuit of records, from working in a Halifax record store at the age of 12 to painstakingly crafting Sloan's boxed sets and reissues. Plus Jarrett Hankinson tells us the story of Arizona's Zia Records, celebrating their 40th year in business, and Carrie Colliton …
 
On Episode 16, we pay a virtual visit to Kauai to speak with visionary musician and music producer Todd Rundgren, who shares his big thoughts on technology, remote collaboration, virtual touring, and working with Daryl Hall, Donald Fagen, and the late Hal Willner. We also check in with Terry Cole at The Plaid Room in Ohio, and Luke Sardello at Jose…
 
Episode 15! Jason Isbell Zooms in from Nashville to talk about Muscle Shoals, recovery, John Prine, Janet Jackson, and his new album Reunions. We also meet Lolo Reskin of Sweat Records in Miami, and David Macias of Thirty Tigers explains the many things they do for indie music. As always, Carrie Colliton checks in from RSD HQ to explain "RSD Drops"…
 
The Podfather himself, Marc Maron, host of the popular WTF with Marc Maron podcast visits us remotely from his famous garage to talk about records, The Beatles, The Stones, The Blues, and his timely Netflix special End Times Fun. Plus, we place store calls to Matt Vaughan at Easy Street Records in Seattle, Washington, and Dempsey Hamilton at Mobius…
 
On Episode 13 we get on the phone with Susanna Hoffs from L.A. and talk about records, plus her work with David Roback, The Bangles, Emitt Rhodes, and Matthew Sweet. We also check in with Carrie Colliton at RSD HQ and touch base with Terry Currier at Music Millenium in Portland, and Scott Farrell at Down In The Valley in Minneapolis. Sponsored as a…
 
Episode 12 features Paul's fascinating conversation with the brilliant London ex-pat, Robyn Hitchcock, discussing London, record stores, Syd Barrett, Soft Boys, Andy Partridge, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, and his current life in Nashville with Emma Swift and their cats. We also check with Carrie Colliton over at RSD HQ in North Carolina, addressing the…
 
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