Listen: Joan Joan, Mauve, Morgan discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"How have a lawyer it's Thursday. <hes> my voice is a little bit crook an Australian just because we've just recorded three episodes in one day today we've come down to London main griff because we've got three days of recalls with just met some incredible people over the last two as one more David tomorrow and I'm really looking forward to it. I call eighty three era. I think you're GONNA love them. <hes> so officially back last week and we were overwhelmed with the response to Morgan's episode and also the fact that we're back and it feels really really good and I'm really thrilled that we kicked off with Mauve and Christie last week if you haven't listened to do go back and listen to it it's it's a very special episode and we couldn't thank more anymore for coming on and your nose. I'm sure she'll be back in the future because I think we've still got a lot to talk about to be honest so moving on what would we do. Why would we go next and as you know I'm working up north in the moment in Manchester and one of my favourite musicians was until she is on tour and I looked at the data? Is She doing Manchester call she is can I go close account. I'm working but I did realize that had one day off and she was playing a Gig at the trades club in Hampton Bridge which if you've you've been there excuse me you'll know that it's a very magical venue. It's spent sort of just eight everything such a brilliant intimate space and the very lovely term rose from reveal management and it was sold out so I got into it to them and I said he's only chance I could. I could buy a ticket. I just you know just be be me Komen anyone out. I'll do you favor up on the guest list which I'm so grateful Photon Darren and then I was telling a friend of mine I was going to see Joan as police woman and she said you should ask on the podcast and I went you came to me. She's she's so busy all the time she if she's he's not tore in she's releasing albums and she won't have any time for me and anyway I looked at the courage and I got a message to Joan and and they they agreed agreed now they said we can give you about thirty thirty five minutes esh now normally whenever we can ask to during the press junkets or can you do. You're twenty five minutes with this person. Can you do often. We turn it down because there's no point. I can't get the way I can do it the podcast I can't get who that person is in a time kind of turn it down because there's no good for anybody certainly no oh good for you either but because this was Joan I felt what I've gotta do. I've I've gotta do is I can't go in and do I normally do a little bit of research and then we just free flow and we find find out who this person is for a very sort of organic and natural conversation so I had to figure out how I could structure the conversation and get it down to thirty thirty five minutes. God and I was lying in bed. I wasn't sleeping. I was and he came to me and I thought right well. That's what I'm going to do. I want to do something that's going to link parallels to at. Why am I talking? You're going to hear this anyway. I just want to give you a background information of why I've structured this interview into into a slightly different way but hopefully it still has the of the to shop podcast flavor to I think those Um and I'll be honest for the first few minutes I was a bit nervous for the very first time. God knows WanNa interview a shaft salvageable Iraq because chefs musicians Nazi why look up to so we went down to the Trades Club we met Joan Joan had the incredible idea which would usually be producer graphs idea. It was quite a nice afternoon early evening and we went outside by the Canal Bridge Griff sal his lovely new microphones and we sat down with the incredible Joan as policewoman this is episode eight of the two shall podcast and enjoy the end sorry for rambling intro monster this morning to some shelf pin and I was just smiling and the lady said isn't it loveless and everybody so happy difference and instead of every dreary going."