Album Discussion Audio Podcast Singer Songwriter 

The Great Albums Podcast – Joni Mitchell – Blue (w/ guest Dave Mooney)

Musician Dave Mooney ( joins Bill and Brian to discuss Joni Mitchell’s influential relationship album Blue (1971, Reprise). Dave talks about Spotify algorithms doing him a solid and making sure Joni’s music crossed his plate. Then Bill, Brian, and Dave talk about the album’s sparse production, the value of speculating on an artist’s biographical info, Graham Nash and James Taylor’s influence on the lyrical content, Stephen Stills lending his talents, accidental Christmas songs, and more as we make our way through the album track by track!

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Album Discussion Audio Podcast Folk Jazz Pop Rock 

That Dandy Classic Music Hour – Joni Mitchell Blue – Part 1

1971 may have been one of the best in the history of the album. On the rock side of things we got three all-timers with “Sticky Fingers” by the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin with the legendary ‘IV (or Zoso) and “Who’s Next” by The Who. For those who liked soul music, Marvin Gaye released his pantheon album “What’s Goin’ On” and Stevie Wonder let everybody know “Where I’m Coming From”. Not only that, Gamble & Huff were scoring hit & hit out of Philadelphia with a cadre of great artists.…

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Audio Podcast Hard Rock Interview 

No Guitar Is Safe – Episode 17 – Robben Ford

Brought to you by the Vertex Boost from Vertex Effects, this episode features Robben Ford both interviewing and playing guitar with host Jude Gold, discussing everything from how he recorded his latest album, Into the Sun, to what it was like playing lead guitar for George Harrison, Miles Davis, Joni Mitchell, and Jimmy Witherspoon. [amazon template=banner easy]

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Audio Podcast Hard Rock Headline Interview Rock 

The Jasta Show – Episode 124 – Lemmy Kilmister Of Motorhead

In this episode I am joined by Lemmy Kilmister (Motorhead). We discuss my dream Motorhead set list, Bad Magic, Keith Richards, The Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame, Joni Mitchell, his incident at MTV, Bruce Dickinson, Jimi Hendrix, Danny Hill, groupies, and the Rainbow Room.

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