Posts filed under “Music”
Last week, Roben Farzad turned the tables and gave me the full podcast treatment on his show, Full Disclosure Radio. He was gracious and way too complementary. (Remind me one day to explain how the whole horse thing came about).
It was a fun conversation. We chatted for about an hour, and if the feed wasn’t scheduled to cut off, we probably could have gone another hour. You can download it on iTunes, stream it on Soundcloud, or just click after the jump to listen.
Every now and again, being reminded what its like on the other side of the interview is good for my MiB process. Be sure to give it a listen.
Once upon a time live albums were de rigueur, part of the cycle, a way to cash in on fans and those who want to hear all the greatest hits in one place at one time. But then the internet destroyed album sales and you were able to see endless performances on YouTube and live…Read More
I find this song to be infectiously charming: Miranda Lambert – Little Red Wagon (57th GRAMMYs) Album version Little Red Wagon” is available on Miranda Lambert’s album, Platinum. Download or listen: iTunes: http://smarturl.it/mlplatinum AmazonMP3: http://smarturl.it/amzmp3platinum Spotify: http://smarturl.it/mirandaspotify
Why does Neil Young get a pass? I don’t care that no one in the mainstream other than David Pogue has criticized Pono, I’m more worried about the rest of the stories. As Tony Wilson once told me, after screwing up the football scores for a news broadcast, the boss said no one cared about…Read More
Is it only about getting paid? Don’t tell me it’s about breaking music, that canard disappeared in the last decade. It’s almost impossible to get noticed. Kanye does a track with Paul McCartney and it’s dead in a day, despite being featured in every newspaper and on every music website extant. Getting the message out…Read More
Via Open Culture: Stairway to Heaven was one of the biggest rock songs of the 1970s – loved, imitated and sometimes parodied. Now Led Zeppelin’s classic track is back on the turntable, on a re-mastered version of the band’s fourth album. 43 years after its release, the song continues to hold a place in many…Read More
Predictions 1. The major labels will only get stronger. We live in an a money economy and the only ones willing to invest in artists are the labels. Furthermore, they’ve got the relationships at radio, which are key to developing acts. The players want cash, the major labels have it, no one else will get…Read More