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"goldmine magazine" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:13 min | 9 months ago

"goldmine magazine" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Is one store that does well think this. I don't know actually. I do know. He's he told me that he bought most of this from one collector. So this came through the secondary market. And these are for for. Melvin fans out there i mean these are those forty five. They sell at their shows where they usually having a handful of these. And i mean starting price tag on some of these forty. Fives was like three hundred dollars. So these aren't things that you're that anybody's gonna walk in and buy you have to be looking for these but it's pretty impressive. Now also they also have their own record label. That's talk a little bit about that. Yes matter of fact we're going to give away at the end of this podcast that ties in with that but Sugar records has their own label. They've got over thirty releases on that way and they run the gamut of the different styles of music so it's not just one type actually have to new releases coming out in the next forty five days of one of them. You can actually go online right now. You go to their website. A band called pond and the album. If i'm not mistaken it's called nine. We should happen to be some of the guys from tame palo. So if you're a fan of team in pallet they are going to be only record. Store in the united states is believed to have this record in stock. There's three hundred copies of being made in you. Get in through their record label and you can get that record now online while you didn't talk much about their website. Has how is their website to be a pretty good website. I mean very easy to maneuver. Not again the doctor likes it. Because it's not one of those generic prefabbed websites in specific to their store. It's easy to maneuver easy to see the stuff been god. It's good website so you would recommend ordering from the website Ordering from their record label. Well yeah i'd recommend you get your butt into the store but if ordering it online would be the best way to do it. The jeff to mask up. I did mask and the governor in illinois yesterday mandated massing for any enclosed spaces so we will all be massing up in illinois for a while so good. That sounds good. You'll just short of a perfect score. Two points so sugar records on milwaukee avenue in chicago illinois in www dot sugar records dot com. Now what's the give away all right so here we go folks. This is probably the biggest best giveaway we've ever done. So as i mentioned sugar has their own record label. They are going to give you nine records. Plus some exclusive records from their label and and the question is not going to even be. Generic are specific to their store. We were trying to come up with a question and he gave me freedom to come up with whatever i wanted to come up with so again. Go to doctor dr disc on our twitter page. Just me the answer. Urban e. first person who can tell me what was the very first record store we ever did a record store recon podcast for so very that the very first second store we did the podcast for so i'll give you. I will give a hint if you are fans of movies about record stores than this might help you. Remember which record store we went to. I are record storytime podcast. I would have to cheat on that one off the top of your head i do. It's not cheating. It's just research roca also have something else interesting that i wanted to share with our with our listeners. So friday october twenty nine. We're going to be. I'm going to be doing a in-store record store recon at siren records in mchenry. And what makes us special is. We're going to do it in conjunction with a podcast called punk till i die. They're going to be there recording their podcast. And i'm gonna be there doing a record store recon review but we're going to be away a bunch of stuff. We'll obviously we'll have some goldmine magazine's to give away but we're gonna have some personal autographed albums from the doctors correction that will be giving away now autographed by the doctor but autographed by other people. Although i guess if you want me to sign it i would be happy to sign all the doctor to sign it. Yeah i think it just decreases in the value. That will be a siren records on friday. October twenty ninth at one pm. So if you've ever wanted to see. Dr talk to the doctor and also be part of a mother. Podcast on popejoy died. Come on out and join us okay. Great well thanks for another episode of the record store recon and who's up next next. We're going to go to bowling green kentucky where i will visit bellamy's and memories all sounds good all right man keep safe doctor you too sir and keep spinning the vinyl. We'll talk to you next time and gold miners. Don't forget to go to books a. Million or barnes and noble the. Pick up the latest print edition of gold mine. Don't forget to go to our shop to go online at shop dot gold mine mag dot com and pick up some limited edition vinyls colored vinyl makes sense for gold. Mine have a store in. We finally have a store. That's a good one all right man. Thank you record. Store.

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"goldmine magazine" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"goldmine magazine" Discussed on Pantheon

"But lastly i wanna ask you about okay. This is your five year anniversary correct. Vine woon is five years old and has business. What have you learned in that time. I'm sure there's been ups and downs and what you would try to improve going forward. Yeah it's a great question. I mean have i learned how many hours you have. Yes i i was like. you know. Little kid like wandered out of the candy store and into the nasa aeronautics engineering department maybe Father of it. That's the fun of. Yeah exactly exactly. I didn't throw myself in. You know into the deep end. You know who was and so i have learned a ton. I think what's been really interesting. I think of things. I wasn't expecting to kind of went into bottom wanting to create the thing with music and the art as we talked about earlier. The art was like kind of solving a problem. We need something. Let's let's work with these artists than any best turned out to be really remarkably rewarding. And and you know you mentioned a core part of the vitamins spirit and the experience is is the art work and Along that line. I've definitely learned to embrace the happy accidents You know embrace the The creative energy of others and you know bottom. Line is certainly. It's a small. it's a small company. it's a small project. I'm creating the music. I'm art in the art. But i've definitely learned over the years to get out of my own way as much as possible and let you know these these creative people run with it. There's been times where is to come up with something. That i don't know i didn't i didn't quite get it first and i thought okay i don't know i i guess i guess it's okay you know but wasn't speaking to me in that moment and you know the not record we'll go on to be someone's favorite. You know you get the feedback and email or my. I love this. Artwork is my number one. This is my all time favorite and That's happened really early on and was a really good lesson for me to maybe not try to be so. I don't know forceful or nit picky with my personal opinion because music is subjective artists. Subjective experiences you know we all experience things and different ways and So you know really leaning into that idea. Giving the girard is creative freedom and You know guy. Be more of a a spirit guide. As opposed to an iron fisted control freak hustler can certainly flare up in me at times. But okay this. Is this guy this person this. This is a creative individual. That has a vision. Let's run with it and that's been very rewarding Over the years and then the community. I think i you know i i knew i wanted to create this thing But didn't anticipate the the kind of experience that it would turn turn into for for people just recently had the five year anniversary and i reached out to a handful of them. The members who've been around department for over a year that serve vip program and Just ask them a couple of questions like what vitamin meaning. You you know Wh what's the experience the new What do you do every month when you get it. Just a couple of quick checking question to get a sense of their experience and see if you know reviews. We could use and talking about for a lot of the the responses i got. Were really sweet and heartwarming. And you know people touchdown to welcome note that you said how much that means to them reading it to start every month and You know hearing from couples that you know married couples that yeah you know whoever gets home first and gets final new and has to wait for the other person to get home and then we make a drink and listen to it together. You know a mom was telling me listening to her two year old and she's been a member since before that her daughter was born so you know her daughter. In the moment she was born grown up with a million every month. Now so she's to you know listen to it and dance along with it and i mean what what an honor to be able to be part of You know people's tradition in routines and In in their homes. I mean that's just like That really blew me away to hear those stories of vitamin being woven into Yeah people monthly experiences. And why like a surprise. Yeah i love how you you know. I only have a small sample size of of records from vinyl moon. But what i loved is that you're so hands on. You know. I feel like this. Is the movie high fidelity in your the curators making a mix tape. And you're making just for me feel wrote a little letter telling me. Tell me why you you put all this together and what it meant to you. That's the part. I'd love the most besides all the interactive stuff and the are and the music and the vinyl itself being a piece of art That's what i love and you know. Keep on keeping on. Keep pushing the envelope man. I i appreciate what you do as a vinyl lover. So thank you brandon for taking the time to be on the podcast man and thank you sincerely honor. I appreciate those kind words so much. In the sport i mean. That's what i aim to do every month. And so the fact that it's dealing with you is. It means a lot to hear it's huge. Sometimes you make make these things in the little warehouse cave and send them out to the world that you know. You don't know what happens once it leaves your hands. You know sending a child hope. They're know they call me once in a while. And that's great. That's a great analogy. All right thank you brandon. We'll keep in touch. Thank you now. -solutely goto vinyl moon dot co. That's not dot com dot. Co idle moon dot co. check it out and see if it's for he'll be nice to experience it. I'm telling you. I'm enjoying my albums from vinyl moon k. This is patrick. Transgender goldmine magazine. And we'll see next time on the gaumont podcast. Don't forget to go to books. A million barnes and noble and pick up the latest print issue gold mine mag dot com for exclusive content and get sixty eight percent off the subscription price there. So thank you very much. And.

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"goldmine magazine" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"goldmine magazine" Discussed on Pantheon

"You know especially on shots, fucking. Neil. Man FM. That reminds me of something I was GonNa say when you about to go into the social media stuff. I think we should ask our youngsters if they'd be interested in buying merch. I think because we could easily set up a site. Don't do we have merch I think we should make sure makes it merch because I think if we even we just had Hashtag FM every time someone posts something they always say fm let's do it I. Think people would at least John Locke and map Paulie and right in time for the Christmas season allocco would buy some use your your top three youngsters which youngster would you cut slow? Bottled up some of this evening coconut. And coconut yeah can't and I know some guys at the greater good brewery maybe it'll canceled up for us. Probably totally illegal they're breaking all sorts of health codes but hey, you know it was a favor I mean come on. Yeah. Not No. No reviews I think we're recording this two days after we put that episode. Hey, youngsters want merch. You gotta make some noise. You gotta make some noise. It makes them Leno socials. But I did we got a message from someone named Jesse Joshua. He says great show. Sorry to first names always make me chuckle why do I names makes you chuckle. Fuck and. Jesse JESUITS. Never Trust. A person with two first names. Yeah. It sounds like an old school I saw. Ryan Richard. Or Mike Chu Walter. Paul Michael Joseph the. That serial killers always have three names. Always. At least two of them are first name, right? Yeah exactly. And John. Wayne. Games. Are always just regular names not always almost always what's your? Do? You have a middle name which Middle Name Lee Mike Lee shoe. Yeah. That's a good flow picking. Pick a rock star name man Li Shoe I was GonNa say I was GonNa Michaeli? Likely. Right. I was going to make my radio named Mike, Lee? Because people would wouldn't be able to spell shoe. Mine is still can my middle name is Douglas. Like from the Album Hawks Douglas Oh. Cartoon Doug. You keep putting in the Doug theme every time. I used to love that was a great fucking show. Soon Middle Name. Great fucking know fuck it. Let's get the social media. Andrew. It's a normal regular first name Russell Andrew Yeah. Why is it Andrew by the way? I don't know. We don't might feel like mom and dad, don't know any anders do they. told me once but it was douglas was someone like. Owning buffet. Wait a minute you guys. We're talking about ourselves Oh shit. Neil. Young Young I WanNa just personally apologize we talked about ourselves for fifty one point three seconds just now, and I will read read from Jesse Joshua apologized. They don't care. From Jesse James Joshua. He says, great show just discovered it on an ad for the Goldmine magazine podcast probably on Pantheon Pantheon. PODCAST network. Yeah This was several episodes ago but there was an interesting point about the start of yacht rock and long may you run? Not. Sure. If anyone else brought this up, but neal's first record for Geffen. was called. island in the Sun No. That's true. Supposedly, we'll get to that with trans. It was a collection of tunes in the same vein. Geffen rejected it. So he worked on Trans and filled that album out with some of the songs from islands like little thing called love another thought about l. m. y. are is the fact that it was almost A. Record evidently, seven songs were completed before the idea was scrapped this would have been the third attempt to follow up deja Vu which had such an impact six years before the mystery is why anyone in the camp would think this would be great with such subpart material especially, stills who's definitely on a slippery slide over the past few years. I think one episode on C. N. Y. might be interesting just cover the three studio albums and maybe four way street anyway keep up the great work. Yeah. I mean later one definitely all the neal stuff and plus yeah if we need to take breaks or whatever we'll throw in. Things like that. Definitely. DEJA. For sure we will. I can't believe we should. I couldn't believe that Neil instead of trains it was gonna be now I'm called the island in the Sun. That's very true. He learned in Sun Yeah that's islands in the stream. No that's that's very true. He he exits ghetto superstar he took. He took like guys from the stray gators and he took crazy horse all the Hawaii. And recorded a whole album where the stuffing Geffen said, this is terrible. And then he made trans hands which I feel like maybe in like the next album isn't it? Wow. Yeah I know might be a two parter J. K.. Rowling on for that. I like that. But Trans was the album that I think sparked podcast because that's the one that Mike was like Robert Trans and landing on water remember way originally, he was like all against transmit now he's now he's toning. Close. I've actually listened to it a lot more I hadn't listened to it in years like a long time. I remember when it first came on I was just so confused like, why is he doing this? fucking Neil because I fucking totally neil on that album. Yeah. I'm. Excited to get into. Even more exciting to be into reactor right now. Yeah. Yeah. Me Too I did I have no no, you go. You Go. Until you. I got a lot of sides importantly and So good. I'm not going until you're going until you go. What's the car to the Portland themed? You. Know. I didn't know if you were going to read the from Alan Morrissey. He left a comment thinking about this. Russia's Gonzo don't tell this is Chris is drinking out of the cocktail mixer is what do you expect? That's the first sign of a problem. That's what they call a red flag. Did you guys finish the boys? We're not. Talking to talk about Neil, young for fuck sake. No and I haven't finished the boys Mr. Caruth, will be very upset with us. Morrissey wrote high lads I'm he wrote lads but then I looked up oh, he's from. Ireland. Yeah. So it's cool. Okay. Is this the him talking about the DJ? Yes. Yes. So you were GonNa read. No, I wasn't. GonNa read that but he actually sent me a link to part.

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"goldmine magazine" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"goldmine magazine" Discussed on Pantheon

"And entertainment industry for decades almost sense as birth. So yes, he's got a lot of insider stories to tell. So you will WANNA listen to any time he's on the podcast. So let's get connected to Harvey Harvey Kuba Nick to the goal line podcast. It's always a pleasure to have you. Excited to be here Pat I. Know We We did one a few years ago and you know the soft spot I have for. Goldmine magazine in that demographic you know many many decades ago I wrote for the periodical and that continued over and you still anything. Listen You know I it's interesting to write. For a magazine and then months later or a few years later they're reviewing books you've done. So I guess the duality is really benefiting these. So I'm happy to be here in talk about this latest. Venture. Well, you have a wonderful book out called Docks that rock and it's called with the subline music that matters and what I liked about it at fills a void about music documentaries which I think and I'm sure you'll agree have become even more popular now since the since the age of streaming and Net flicks and you have more availability to them if you will they're almost more right in your face to choose than they were before we kind of seek them out. Correct. Correct I did a book in two thousand six spent hinted at did exam and. music documentaries, but it also went into the world of music. Supervision. And you know VAT arena This time all along I've been collecting data and doing research. On. Music films DVD's videos. items are going back to Betamax and I decided. I mean this goes back to nineteen. Seventy five interview I did with Johnny, cash that was published in melody maker. I asked him about his television show. The Johnny. Cash Show Very Popular Nineteen, sixty, nine to nineteen seventy-one ABC television series. which came out on DVD ten years ago. And I. Just started realizing I have access being a native Angelino in child of Hollywood. That when. Film festivals were happening or the. Salutes and landmark. Of. Music documentaries. We're going on DVD or streaming platforms or just shall we say events? Where some of the documentarian who are eighty and ninety years old coming town. I better start really dealing long-form interviews with these people I met them over the decades and I had profiled them before. But I felt I'm going to develop a book. Where we? We then. Music documentaries that I've. I, have history with us that I've collected that people know about or should find out about and then sprinkle in some music television shows because it was the music TV shows of the late fifties and the sixties whether it be. Declared American bandstand or Shindig hosted by Jimmy O'Neill or Hullabaloo TV series and especially. UPBEAT WINCH ORIGINATED FROM CLEVELAND. These were the TV shows where I. You know I wasn't even a teenager yet saw rock and roll on TV, and now what we're seeing and I know your audience. Knows this we're starting to see these TV shows in these film clips. Showing up on Youtube or Hula. But also they're being. Re purposed for long form documentaries on people and all of a sudden these TV appearances. have become very valuable and. I actually danced briefly on American bandstand and actually dance on Shebang not that I had some sort of agenda two you know show up on Broadway dancer one day I just went to schools where they gave tickets away and you could You could meet some of the acts or at least you know you get a pack of Gum something showing at the TV studio that everybody took the bus together to go. And it really informed My. Lifelong. Love of music and Cinema, but I think this book. it became very timely because During this pandemic. We've all been sort of landlocked. And what what are we doing? We're reading more books. We're watching more TV, we're subscribing more than ever to net flix. We're discovering Bob Marley has a youtube channel I sit at some of Youtube Channel and all of a sudden I had this book and development for many years was had just finished a book with my brother on Jimi Hendrix and the publication got back to next year. And I realize this pandemic thing is really not going away for a while. So I. said to. Travel Pike. I have a book here. It needs to come out. and he said the magic words you can make an as long as you want. Me and gold miner readers know this especially when I'm giving online venue. I like doing five ten and twenty thousand Word Stories So when I'm giving the green light to do, you can have five hundred pages. Instead of three hundred. And and I just didn't recycle old you know interviews I've done i. made it a point to bring a lot of new interviews that I did. You know February March April and May and into June and And now we have a book in I mean for somebody like you and your readership reviewers. I I don't think there's another book like it out there all of a sudden, the timing of this. Is really connecting but and you're seeing some of the initial reviews, rights and I really tap the nerve here Um. So you know I'm delighted but you know just three of the when people are so receptive to it because like gold mine. I knew that there are people out there. Looking at this book. They may discover the movie rumble. They may actually go buy the DVD of the Dylan Penny Baker don't look back they might really go and find the deluxe edition of standing in the of standing in the shadows of motown right So part of Part of the mission is to be of service. But also I just. Wasn't there somebody was putting out a documentary whether it be. You Know Bang the burn story I mean the list is analysts..

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"goldmine magazine" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"goldmine magazine" Discussed on Pantheon

"Ooh, that's a song snippet from Brian Bromberg Brian Bromberg, please hendrix album. Of course Hendrix fans will know the song. This is Patrick. Prince. Editor of Goldmine magazine, and this is the goal mine podcast. Proud part of the Pantheon Group of podcasts. And today is well, it's a sombre day as as this is the anniversary of the fiftieth anniversary. Jimi Hendrix passing my personal love for Hendrix goes deep by we're going to talk to a man whose love for Hendrix goes deeper and his jazz basis Brian. Bromberg ten years ago. Brian. Put out an album called Bromberg plays Hendrix the one you just heard a snippet song of. Attribute. It's attributed to the legendary guitars performing covers of his music, the instrumentals that have a prog rock or even hard rock type flavor to them and Bromberg does a fantastic job he. He did a fantastic job with this album. It's just him and a drummer but now he's rereleasing it because he remixed and remastered it with the powerful new track ABON ATTRAC- titled Simply Jimmy. Now Bromberg the reason why? While you have to hear it the reason why he does a fantastic job is like I said, it's just him in a drummer and not only is the traditional bay sound dominant throughout Brandon Plays Piccolo. Bass that represents lead guitar parts in a three hundred year old base for Acoustic backgrounds. There's even stand up bass for the mood. It's really remarkable. I never heard of the album when it was released. Ten years ago. But now through Mac Avenue Music Group like I said it is reissued. So let's hook up with Brian Bromberg to chat about the new album and of course, Jimi Hendrix Brian some interesting tidbits about Jimmy's life and as Brian knows many other jazz musicians, many older jazz musicians in the industry he has improved that Jimmy would have experimented with the Jazz John Rim self. So let's welcome Brian into the conversation. Hey Brian. So, the album plays Hendrix. Even though you released in two thousand ten. was there something about the production you thought it should be released again, remixed and remastered correct. Yeah I you know. I just want to good as they possibly can, and I knew I could do a better job you know and it's it's a really fun record its Arts in it. You know the plan is is really cool. It was just so much fun to do and I just wanted to sound. You know I just wanted to sell it as good as I knew I could make it. You know when I recorded it. I had a completely different rig in the technology has changed so much in ten years I mean it's just ridiculous how fast technology changes. So we were just able to make it sound a lot better from a digital standpoint with You know digital distortion and. Things like that that the human ear doesn't necessarily understand what it's hearing, but it's there. You hear it. You know even though you can't put your finger on it. So basically, it's It's like it's like a really dirty glasses. You can still see, but it's a it's a mess. You clean your glasses. It's like, oh, that's what that's supposed to look like you know basically I just took the I took the blanket off. You know you're cleaning up to sound better. How would you explain now for those who don't know the average listener the difference between remixed and remastered? Well, you do both every record you make you. You know you you have all the parts I mean. You know have car parts of based part. The the vocals singers to keep replaces whatever it is. You have all the parts that you mix them together. So everything is balanced and sounds like a band and. And then when that's when it's mixed, you then do the final stage which takes from that and visit the final Polish that you would do before you made your factor it or to release it it's just another set of issue and compression and You know it's like. You Wash your car and looks great. But then when you buffet and Polish it, it looks amazing. Right that's that's how I would say it just takes one more step up but you know these are really key important procedures that you go through because a good mix and a good mastering can really make record a bad mixing a bad Masri can destroy records It's even though it's the final stages, it's vitally important. In ways the most important thing because it takes, you know it. You know it. It takes what you did and just put it in the finest light. You can't you know. So I I I love that aspect. Of production because it's the final stages in our, you know it sounds like music you just want to Cassandra's good as you. Can. And you won't have as much punch in this much power. You know it's just it's just fun to. It's fun to do the final stage 'cause it's it's It's really powerful. It's amazing. What a little bit of each year. A little bit of compression does it's it's it's it's pretty amazing. The difference I mean night and day you know. Why didn't? I never heard the original two, thousand ten only heard a now quite impressed with the sound. So I didn't have anything to compare it to. What would be the? Bad. It's just you know. This, has just been. You know we did the best we could with what we had it. This is this is just warmer fatter louder rounder more air You know less knows less. It's just more space because the. digitals WANNA know ones, and zero's it's it's it's very unforgiving. It's like you hit a wall. You know there's no. Analogue is. Has No ceiling largest. It's just you know it's like it just it reproduces whatever it gets. Digital has a ceiling of frequencies and things like that, and you you need to work within the limits of hard. Binary math and turn it into something musical. That's why take sounds better. You know what vital records sound better because it's epilogue expat warm and lovely you know digital has been usually Ritalin pin is getting better..

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Pantheon

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"goldmine magazine" Discussed on Pantheon

"To. The ads. And I kind of semi. Teen. In I mean I like the honeycomb I like sounds incorporated were fun. I. Mean They weren't. Interesting. As I said, told Jeff during the commentary, he hadn't it's not quite the same thing. They have their moment and their known they opened for the Beatles on their American tours. You know people know who they people say how many of know? Question. I. Suppose is you know that's the tricky part is for us. We know certain things and I this is the Quadra have writing free whatever I'm sure just coming home across this where like you assume people are going to know what you're talking about and sometimes you have to, you have to remind them it's always a challenge like wouldn't would I guess it depends on which if you're any goldmine magazine, it's one thing you're writing A. Jeff does but then he when you're writing for a mainstream newspaper or a mainstream. not writing for Mo-jo what do you do and then the tricky part now is it print? Even, online stories they're not letting your right as much as they used to actually really starting to limit a lot of things. Two thousand words a lot of places top out because there's so many stories out there. You Know Bill League. Let me let me go wrong longer savings than historical being like the making of a famous than they can let you go longer but a lot I'm beginning to understand it. I mean you look at the emails you get these days it's an eight minute read. You, know the story from Chris Wayne Eleven minutes in excess. It's usually a lie about three minutes longer but they don't want you to check out. So the yummies little take. Five minutes. Down any time. And people even sit down without those a great article eight times recently but you know turn off your phone, sit down with the album and listen to it like people don't do that anymore. They're listening to something else I remember I was giving Stevo beanie like I. Think it was about the is a. You know and and I was saying like, yes when I put on an album like I'm doing something else what grabs my attention? It's like. Well, let me get says something about the way you listen to music. Shrank Frankie but it was funny because what? It was funny. But I I kind of like just crankiness though yeah..

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Pantheon

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"goldmine magazine" Discussed on Pantheon

"Eyes or the best affordable items. You know Gosh they watch what's great about this. Touch against and and something that was really importance of bill on Suzanne and the family as well as. If they wanted you know he's connected everything everything to him as the same meaning almost like it was attached to every every single item, but they wanted items in the bill ones I been there for. The. The every day. Fan Right. Absolutely. You know like there's a you know I'm looking there. Still wine goats head soup ner. Yes. Three hundred dollars, right? Exactly. A novelty t shirts two to three hundred dollars a person is top four to six hundred dollars. So like you know like there's ice at every vintage vintage, best six to eight hundred dollars about three to three to five hundred dollars. assigned hotel bills getting sick the hotel del find seven, hundred dollars. So you know don't you know I think it's Susan good programs extol amazing. The other chance to look at on I did. Three amazing books of histories in this amazing box with gives you the impression that it looks like a five cabinet I'm glad you brought that up because you sell those and our readers could buy those correct. Absolutely tune of dollars. Yeah. And if it's Bill Wyman and it's like three drawers and each yes. But the state is actually catalog three day auctions and even if you couldn't afford to own anything in the actual auction itself you can buy the Kellogg and like bill you have it on his coffee table everything now is it would take everything from him. He has the memory pretty has the catalog, and if he's not he can open the hell out flip truest. The amazing items look think of all the stories look at the phonograph looking they're just you know like every so much less. Burdened something him now he's not insuring storing and worrying about something happening to you know his stuff that he saved for all these years. Ago Now it's. It's going to be dispersed all over the world here and joins options. There's the time this entire collection working together. This is GonNa be gone visible museums and fans and collectors, and there's GonNa be a dome women all over the world because the rolling stones I loved all over the world and. People having up. Now people have an opportunity to old something and you know very rarely the stop come up for auction, and then I've been doing options for years and it's very rare. The because warning stolen. Kept having the rest of the time if you care about I, keep finding even don't in virtue diving like the no came stick. Pins. All that is four of us, but this is an event where the fans can be engaged. I went to the rolling stones in nineteen, eighty, two in saint in July eighty two with my cousin she was crying because this is the last to the rolling stones. This is all during. The last chance. I was younger and I thought okay I'm going and I loved the lessons but I watched. Emotional about this because I really wasn't hadn't got to know the stone as well at that time. But she loved them and. That's What we're talking You know. What would thirty eight years? and. The storms are still going. Incredible and but also what the Navy now is to have all this collection ears and the joining his auctions told them to be the ones to. Represent this auction present this option, and we'll be responsible for dispersing each of these two people hold on to continue to appreciate them love them, enjoy them, and they'll take on a whole united. Agree, and he also collected vinyl too. I noticed that the stones first EP air which is that is pretty damn cool. Be have a fantastic final collection and you know vinyls last few years we seem violence. Joe So popular again and yes, that's a whole. That's a specific collector collects finance to have it all coming from one. Person Member of the warnings tool. So. Many great items. It's just it's it's incredible and we're seeing great interest already online people are looking and you know so many hundreds of thousands of people come to see the catalog see the auction online. So it's GonNa be really historic house right and sat on the Sunday I think it's GonNa. Be Great Fun filled and it's just rolling stone takes to continue enormous senior lions and cultural. So he'll join it's been around since the early sixties we've we've had so many crisis we've all. Survived. We're going to get through they. We're going to get through the election with President whatever happens happens, but we stood have music. We all went up music and now people have an opportunity to own something from the one of the greatest bands of all the time I completely agree it's always a pleasure talking to you and thanks for taking. Really appreciated and you know. I know readers are going to go and check out everything and I. Think you make a great point is if you don't win something which your bid, you can always by that catalogue, which is beautiful. So you know. Luke. Luke appreciate through covering this and. Hopefully, you'll be you going online to see the auction wars. And you'll be entertained for sure I know that. Yes. Absolutely. I'm I'm a big stones fan. Wow good for you and you know. Whether he ever had to be better, but I was. Interviewed him, but I have not met him in person but yes, he's A. Interesting. So modest and so numb. CELEB-. Owned remind them like. Like your opinion that you realize know but. Anyway thank you. Talk. com. Really appreciate you. Good luck. Thank you. Mark Laser on stay healthy and pay into Marin. Thanks Martin thanks for taking the time to talk to Goldmine magazine. This is Patrick Prince. Enter Goldman signing off don't forget to go to Gold Mine, DOT COM conflict exclusive exclusive interviews stuff that you won't find imprint, and if you want the print magazine, you can go on the newsstand and Barnes and noble and books a million and pick it up. Well, we'll see next time and don't forget to go to Julien's auctions to just look if you want at the property from Bill Wyman and his Rolling Stones Archive Julien's auctions dot com and in this auction will be live in Beverly Hills live Friday September eleventh Saturday September twelfth and Sunday September. Thirteenth.

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02:48 min | 1 year ago

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"Welcome back to the goal line podcast. This is Patrick Prince Editor of Goldmine magazine. We're GONNA, be talking to Martin Nolan Executive Director Chief Financial, officer of Julien's auctions, and what's so cool about this episode as that, this weekend will be having a rolling stones auction coming up via Julian's, and it's a very cool one. It's presented property from Bill Wyman and his Rolling Stones Archive, and you'll. have everything from the vox amp that got basically got wyman the job in the stones. If you've if you've read a lot of stones history and and biographies, you'll know that this definitely this sort of Neil deal for him joining the stones they not only liked and wanted a bass player but they pills amp as well and it's also got Brian Jones Guitar that Bill Wyman had and. Martin's going to explain why that has a historical. That has historical significance. So right there you got to items that are huge and rolling stones history, but knowing Bill Wyman if you've read some of the books, he's put out, he's collected rolling Stones Memorabilia ephemera everything for years everything from ticket stubs to the highest historical item. So a lot of that is in here in this auction. So if you're one of buy high end, you buy high end but. You can also buy stuff for a few hundred dollars bid on that, and also if you do bid and don't get what you want, there is a beautiful you could even call them coffee table books, three of them that come together and catalog the entire auction. So you could buy that two Julien's auctions, dot com but right now we're going to talk to Martin and the auction will be live on Friday September eleventh Saturday twelve and Sunday September thirteenth. Let's talk to Martin all the details. Hey Marin how are you?.

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05:40 min | 1 year ago

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"And better. Know. So let me ask you what questioning delicate. You've been real generous with your time. You like this you know I I was saying to my wife before I got on the call I said. To him forever because he's he's like this ambassador I three rock and roll and you really you really do the things that you've done to to keep than music in front of people and keep. The legacy of vans alive is is is, is you know because without question? Is there anybody you see that sort of you know if you take picking up the torch and carrying that forward? I'll be glad to see you know that way. Going going some of the things that we we started doing you know which was. Taking, somebody you know Oda Artists and making records with. Alec Tom. Jones and. I think and Anyway he's done, he's done a civil and I hope keeps knowing it. That's really important to. Any combination holden young I did you know when? I started by record company. And you know, and I never got chance to really do it the way I wanted to was to collect autographs. who was still around the sixties what Sony Job as you know Richard God. Album. Times. It's almost like the basement tape thing that t-bone did with the Dylan Dylan verses. That was. Ideas it's it's a great one. Gal. Or still around. And not working, you know show telling me man what a great producer, the whole time you know very little thirty years you know and that's a shame. So many you know. I mean, maybe people get get down but You can't be combination of of the old wisdom. And the. You know the. So. Anytime that can happen I I certainly appreciate. I I I think that that's great. You're kill you still going at it and doing all this great for rock and roll history for music and You know to keeps rock and roll back in the forefront, and yet I the idea that you know that that people here in the rascals again because you is is is terrific and in in, it's a really important thing i. Really Thank you, sleep. Well thank you for this box set. This is really Been Been. Spinning. Quite a bit lately the the the New Guard Jerry Garcia Band record that had your your friend Clarence clements on I never knew that he had ever played with the band. He just he adds that King Curtis Sound to the music that's just unbelievable I didn't play and it not stop and think driving everybody here crew. which how? So they just came out last month with a concert from nineteen, eighty, nine where clarence. Played with the Jerry Garcia band. Again China. Dynamite it's like having King Curtis play with Jerry it's fantastic. I think I think I pushed the boundaries with the family here on that record somebody would use that. Money for a while you got it Steve Sampson, well, stay healthy and. Again. Take. Ob enjoyed that episode of the Gold Mine Podcasts is Pat Prints Editor and Chief of Goldmine magazine. Please go to my Mac dot com for exclusive content. And all your news about collecting and percentage off subscription price. Also go to book some in Barnes and noble to pick up the newest issue of Goldline. We'll see next time on the gold mine podcast. Hi Their pop is greetings from rocks back pages in swinging London town brought to you by the Pantheon podcast network. As Bob Dylan sang we were so much older than way younger than that now cannot possibly be true. No, but we are young at heart and we do have heaps of fun when we invite special guests, join us and discuss everything that's new and coal on rocks back pages the online library of music rising guests have included. Petchel Boy Neil tennant film director. Mary Harron ramones manager, Danny Fields Creation founder, Alan McGee, and countless stars from the world's music press. These large slice legends have looked back with US, some laws of the lost sixty years and listened to greatclips my library of audience views with everyone from Jimi Hendrix Joni Mitchell to Kate Bush cut cobain. Here's Neil tennant on the pet shop boys we had a certain amount of hostility because I be journalists. Thought. It wasn't authentic right thing. These A to climate guy. Playing the playing the industry. So please do join us every other week for now of unabashed Fan, boy celebration of Popular Music and deeply humbled opinions from your co hosts Barney Hoskyns, mark pringle and Jasper Murison Bowie real in those years with the rocks back pages podcast..

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01:58 min | 1 year ago

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"Editor Goldmine magazine. Once again, if you're unfamiliar with Gold Mine, it is that has been the musical actors managing since one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, four, our website is Gold Mine Mag Dot Com, you can get exclusive content there as well. Also you can enter contests and get a percentage off the subscription price and you'll find all my magazines on the newsstand at Select Barnes and noble books, a million stores and your independent record store. Okay. This is pat prince signing off. We'll see next time on the gold mine podcast. High pop is greetings from rocks back pages in swinging. London, town brought to you by the Pantheon podcast network as Bob Dylan Sang. We was so much older than way younger than that now cannot possibly be true. No, but we are young at heart and we do have heaps of fun.

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02:27 min | 1 year ago

"goldmine magazine" Discussed on Pantheon

"Hello this is Patrick Prince, editor of Goldmine Magazine, the Music Collectors magazine since one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy four, and also our website goal my mag dot com. Welcome back to the gold mine podcast a part of the Pantheon podcast network also known as the MTV podcasting. This episode will be real tree for record collectors specifically we have we will have a talk with creators of Film Documentary Vinyl Nation, and that would be Kevin Smoker and Christopher Boone the documentary. Vinyl nation was filmed Preko vid and the documentary is a dig into the resurgence of vinyl records also the diversification of vinyl fans and what this all means for America Today the discussion with Christopher and Kevin we'll get into vinyl pretty in depth and what went into making the making of this film through record stores record shows record pressing plants, record, collector testimonials, record store events, and a lot more also how this was all affected by Cova. And what happened on April? Eighteenth and nineteenth of this year on what would have been record store day's weekend a vinyl nations, directors and producers that'd be Kevin and Christopher. They partnered with record store day and two hundred independent record stores in about forty six states they offered the movie digitally for one weekend and one hundred percent of the proceeds..

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01:33 min | 2 years ago

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"That's a snippet from a new group called BP Md.. And their cover of the song evil, a blue standard, originally written by Willie Dixon. But this is a cover taken from the CACTUS version. And it's. It's from BPM as new album of covers called American made. Hi, this is Pat Prince Editor of Goldmine magazine. This is the goal mine pat welcome back to listening. And BPM is a super group of hard rock icons in the music industry body blitz vocalists from overkill Portnoy is the drummer of winery dogs, sons, of Apollo, an ex dream theater, drummer bassist, Mark Maggie is from middle allegiance and guitarist. Phil de Mel is from violence and ex machine head, and each member picked out several tracks from American rock music centered in the seventies classic rock. There is a cover of Z. Z. top beer drinkers in hell-raisers off their nineteen seventy-three trace hombres. James Gang a very underrated ban with Joe Walsh. The song walkaway off of the nineteen seventy-one thirds album. Mountain Leslie West Band never my life off of their nineteen seventy climbing album. And check out this. This is a sample from them. Mountain Track Little pumped up hard rock style..

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