17 Burst results for "Mark Lanigan"

"mark lanegan" Discussed on KEXP Song of the Day

KEXP Song of the Day

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"mark lanegan" Discussed on KEXP Song of the Day

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"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Was released it right tune alcohol after record was his stuff why i appreciate the fact that it's a reasonable amount of song instead of ninety for some reason people do cds directly eighteen songs on their like dude yelled the records were good for a reason cut making choices that i thought about eight songs astana but tom attend seems to be amy did like ten on hers to as a that thanks nick as it feels like you know you made some decisions you've heard me well in my case diseasing exactly what i act that's all i got i got it wasn't enough so he can go out to her what you can do to may june july europe and then maybe some state stuff in august and then back to europe per couple months hey holding up in europe house the you got out as the crowds well it's only place i have a crowns europe's men's nothing wrong with that it's worked for me for several years so yeah lucky there i don't know what it is or why that is by email it seems like he can hold onto the community longer you know with and the of being you know somebody who specific and has specific fans the things like you can continue to build their here like i don't know what's going on here the ad adult either of amounts to lie to her reared near open.

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"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Indeed this fucking gift i gotta i gotta make sure i remember that his because there are a lot of things when i was younger there seemed like an awfully big deal that really it's just like what the fuck man everything was a big deal mooners younger now nothing is it but you can't there's no way to learn that before it happens new who's gonna tell you that i hey you know asian given she so much when you're you thought you this is life or death here man it right what do you know old man who played on this record nino honest place on most of it and he's the guy mid records with since bubble gum produces on but allow the music from this woman was recorded in written by him rob marshall a british guy now to find him i actually found the here asked me to do something for him this project that he was doing a recorded some vocals and man i heard it first mexico's school and do something with us and i wrote some words in records vocals for his thing near and the then he sent me an email in that room likely did i'd like to write something for you some day in jail i file that away in i was sort of running into walter an emphasis new record not really dig and what i was doing i thought he made that call in a favorite movie that guy's got may and so he ended up bus enemy a whole bunch of stuff which was again just as good as the stuff i norman.

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"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Got sent the promo a version of its night hasn't come out yet of of ray davies record new record from king's and you know you know i don't know if it's because i'm fifty three in that you know like i just wasn't amy manson record and she's around our age you know yet wailua louis under the what fifty two fifty two that like you know people like it's i guess the point of making it seems that you know your voice and your songs sound like they're deeper and have more wisdom in that you know your own kind of vulnerability infertility of just being where we are in life you can feel that alongside of this is a good thing don't misunderstand him that you can feel that alongside of what you've always been doing it adds another dimension to a d are you aware that you feel like you're writing differently now well definitely phillip better at it now because it's easier muscle right on but as far as a what the end result said only think about it now disorder vicodin go on instinct and and i know that because i'm less a critical of what i do now i feel like it's getting better that's it that's what she said to if i get the i give less of a shared about what people think basically was the paraphrasing but like once you get like once that it's what fucking relief that is if there's any gift to your living continuing to live when he known as the people in our our peers pass at young ages is eventually you stop giving a talk about certain things.

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"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"He spent a lot of time with him back in the eighties on jeffrey again yeah rollins rollins shearer did shows with in you know knowing his he's great he's a real character man yes when the greatest i just remember before actually new henry plans show with the ibm san francisco we played course the kearns brothers gotten a fistfight onstage with each other with each other you only again that was in the only person new fight with each other via on and then i was off the side stage broadband get ready to go up areas like in full view of the ci everything doing pushups ups four cap burpee is like they work in the dead man this guy's he means business something else and course is if you do not talking lately i saw him i wanna say in god maybe twenty ten of has been awhile yeah but we have in a people in common their stories these very that earnest motherfucker man he has a great great taste in music all he knows everything he i talked to him once and he gave me like i did a series of shows spoken word things and he brought me a like a hard drive here's some staff and mike holy shit the fucking were this come from you know like this like studio versions of things like what what is this yet man he said he something else so on gargoyles is like he does this like what you can't record to record with my name on it now one day i noticed i noticed this because you're maybe i'm wrong like i recently.

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"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"The afghan wiggs they were banned i remember know enjoying a couple of their records i know they just did a new one recently and i know that neil greg's out you know talking to people and i haven't talked to him because i'm nervous i a nervous about a musician sometimes but you guys know each other on time you do you work together was in a little bit of one the records you go him yet me would played on bunch of record together we're good friends how how did you guys a come together with you because you record under another band name right will recorded with his band twilight singers sang with those guys played on few their records he split on put my records we made a record together called the gutter twin right that one we leases likeminded just get along he hours in real good friends via is that from seattle days we knew each other in seattle but we didn't really hang out until we both live down here in the late nineties again man tough racket music like it's like is when i'm gone over your stuff in a young planning to talk to you i just like sell may different side projects so many different bands you sung on fucking everything have you met at most year heroes a quite a few like who else well when my first heroes was again in griggs age was in a band for portland oregon called the wipers the in the once it was the second show ever did was open for him became friends he was also an influence on my first solar record along with that of the stuff i mentioned because he had made a record a soul record that was heavily can stick not was actually heard that before i heard the trick that stuff though.

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"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Her not to you will i mean i was a fan of balance bass yet but it it was definitely on not in my direct the realm yet not the kind of the you're hanging out not hanging out right she got in contact with via record company or or something wanted missing on one song which i did and then we ended up meeting a person became friends and ended up making all these records together pretty records thank you make pretty records were there with her agree things in which wanted that the the record you did were there was a lot of collaboration like i don't know the record by did some reading about it would have bubble gum that record was that your your record yeah like there was a shift on a people on their yet made that while i was playing with queens so all those guys rhonette thumb with pj rv on it she sang a couple songs you pals were her we know each other miata wouldn't sleep some huge fan as i mean she's the greatest she thought right now and what way so how did you manage to do you are you married a been married couple times in the process of ending my second marriage renault have been through a couple the kids know me neither we did it we one man don't ever look at it differently click away before before we give it a new record.

"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"There's element where you can hear the weight of of i don't know if it's sad i guess it sadness is definitely a space it's created and you do it to that if feels like it could be sadness but eat it isn't it's almost like embracing a certain darkness i mean defeat do you ever feel like what you're doing is like literally saving your life will you know for a long time i wouldn't have cop to that but i think that it's true rights an outlet for whatever these no ideas thoughts and placed it's where to create this alternate reality and the sar rare cushions it right yeah yeah too big dark cushion that's the other bler dessert cushion lvls irk did you find that they did you find the analogy talk about this much and i'm always curious about it because i don't talk to too many people that have had a long experience with dope but do you find that like is i've known a couple of dudes that i don't think they could have had the perception that they had with without it that's so hard to say really is it well i mean because i was never doco idea a few times that didn't take i'm probably lucky year let's say so the odds that sleek boy you've done it both year and songs on and off i have done records that were really good on and the the records that were really good often records that couldn't come out because they were so bad when i was on the ultimately it's a crap shoot gamble to gamble in in my experience with that stuff is.

"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Recent round listening to monday in thought hey we should should record the stuff why not and the sum up agreed to to put it out here and we book some time the studio about an hour into the first day in studio with kinda looked at each other and thought maybe this is like a half baked idea then out so we we finished like one or two songs in and then decide to shelve it which winds which songs because they covered that one right that sort of an off the beaten track one would did they do the in the pines yeah which is also the song that we did together which ended up being on for solar the record that one and one other one i can't remember what was called but that was the one that you know we were like this one's good and the after we told soap op we weren't gonna finish making this thing they said to me wanted to make a solar record and that was the catalyst for me learning other added you it out of play guitar i remember that some l yeah they'll realize that was because that seems like you're one of those guys and i've talked to people before where musicians like you can be a fan of like if you're the records with them when he sat down with a man they got ninety out i miss the admits that one where you have like twenty records of way too many record so nobody heater working well the very if he added joys would you stop won the lottery too soon to be a lot of the big dream without the lotto hope so when you were in seattle when did the when you get when the drug start then.

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"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Well when civil release the box and i finally recouped with him after like seventeen years so i guess it sold something it hits you even what's up up even with them now so what was going on like your right you sign an s s t and you're twenty twenty one who put out the big record the guys did epic so what what was happening when you've got there will year was we actually signed in nineteen eighty nine epic which was sort of pre david everybody else do really yet factor remember them the they were putting us on metal compilations and there really wasn't no sort of grungy john rock yeah it's weird because he like in much respect i don't know if it was john were was it really now because you guys a rock bands i mean all you know like pearl jam is a rock band nevada's rock band with a few pop courts if the amine like like most things in media construct wore white but was your community was a small city so he knew everybody musically it seemed to us everybody sort of add their own thing gone so you guys are doing that stuff when when that scene is happening i mean what's your relationship with with the because i know you worked with some of nirvana bright idea that so actually started making soul records was kootenai refunds and we decided to try and make an ep of lead belly cars lead belly being someone we both like a lot.

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"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Started recording like a month after we first rehearsed because they happen to be a guy who lived in our hometown was recording bands and at four tracker a tragedy track in winded wind making our first for records on that a track like on may be three years time and who release them well the first one was released by the guy records it sure and then we started maker records for assist he her yes california are they are they install around will i think i still selling records put on of the warehouse and writers on i think if they were those at a pre important label ended today yeah i mean for us was must have been like oh she was the install like the most exciting thing that's to in thirty years that getting efforts that the tea deal was getting phone call from from greg in is to which i didn't even believe it was him via who were there any new all the bands on there i imagine the our big black flagged fans and i we could do fans minute man men it man sonic youth they were all on s s t iran assist he ruin their symptoms psyches dinosaur dwells completely bazaar from where we were from two in a boat making records for them what was that first trip down there like we're we're playing record stores all the way down to california and that was it and because there was a guy who worked at assist he was friends with the guy who produced our first record.

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"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"In the lake wading pool in this regard he smile that man that that was man connor on a new was alive but didn't really know him until i was eighteen it's kinda weary about like smaller cities or smaller towns is like the there is just a little bit of distance but you is seen him around you know yeah in these guys were really i mean physically imposing really guy really big guys outside the norm so were they twins now people at that a lot of the to have you remember that first screaming will not the first one that was a surprising thing because i like i you know the one i heard was the one with the hits on the one that became big and i fucking love their record but you know you guys rabbit for a while yeah me we mid once a four records in the eighties so yeah no but we're making them like every eight months so i to meet those guys in your hometown an am would you play did you play rejoicing bows a terrible drummer decide like half of a drum kit some go ahead treated me for some we'd be you you were drumming well the they wanted but it was i was arguably worse drumming i was a singer in those pretty bad singer who for years really he took me a while to learn how to do it when you're you like it initially remodeling yourself after will nisqually of singing songs that the tarp player for the trees wrote in.

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"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"And the played me once it was tight pants or something and i was that's we've got me hooked within like a couple of days a trade and on my comic books for credit on records flow i listen to you know the original like a sex pistols singles ahead those in the damned strangler from that from that same shop yet from that same shop man and then as a little started to take the greyhound bus to seattle on walk around different record stores and but i literally didn't know anybody in in ellensburg listen that same kind of music for years there were like the same age that was a giver cake a year so that was like that time where you really those were those are the only places you could get it you need that one record store or you need this weird community of friends with singer she from other places are all fewer just walked in mainstream fucking townie music which is in bad you know there's a good rock and roll around well it knows burn literally nobody knew jimi hendrix was that i knew really was all the local radio was i wanna say country music but in seventy style so that were terrible bright but yeah the the rock thing was really it was a wasteland and we're talking like what early seventies mid seventies mid to late seventies and now is a you're like a different world out there were that world leah so listen to that stuff in solitude for several years and then eventually met some guys were younger than me that in ellensburg yeah that were in the same kind of music and they ended up being the guise of his in my first with which ban screaming trees those guys are offering your hometown they were area she knew them growing up i i actually knew they were connor brothers in the small town i'm one of my earliest memories when i still lived in the town walking to say like first grader sierra seeing this kid sitting in a.

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"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Asia house europe trailer for you i love it i think what do they like you the most places i think you qatar music does a little bit stranger in say place of countries like germany like on i liked your closing but you music now it seems to me like why did you come in handy for do you get the best draw the uk proudly is i i think it's one of the create between i mean southern california is crazy for us new york can be crazy kids in southern cal big community young kid they like burger records and stuff like that they're like really into it so that's good from the new caves i you know between that and maybe bonus ariz sick really crazy for us and then really how does that happened is an airplane here when i don't really know about it you know i always think of that story you know the store of the romans they're playing like that cb gbi dirksen they go down there they're playing like a fucking arena arena which were i mean we weren't we're not playing thing that big but it's like you know the shows are like at least as big as we do in new yorker la or even bigger and the kids dumb it's like the one night of the uri to feel like the beatles they're like this whole leg these people waiting outside the hotel all night while you really weird yeah exciting there but the uk yeah the kids all air yeah the great any point with japan's yards long time ago yet i those guys nice guys canadian guts they they were on my first record label.

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"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"All these to the sweet music i cruising your audience work mechanic kids year attracting the other get younger and younger now but a i don't know i mean i cannot is funny especially you're talking with jagger see of stuff as soon as i put like in the gate full to days there's a look at the dead logo flag in and you know to my room as soon as that was now mart it was just like we play in their town or something to be do like him in saw that southern flag like you in just but they just they wait for all the younger fans to leave them right latakia but it's interesting i mean my my crowd crowder's can can get like a lot of people of all shapes and sizes in any age or whatever but but not metal heads now probably not many ads no better and i have a the the sort of like jock element some sometimes boy the end of the which is kinda terrifying sits like i wanna play for you guys you know power to anybody got any effortless i'm trying to squeeze your anything but maybe find something in that maybe that's a good indication maybe you've you've provoked he shaken something loose navy hopefully make that guy sweet guy they're not all badly just doing what they think they added due to the advantages confused we're all trying to fit in but but lately it's been the the the fans and i you know in my experience of going shows in in being younger i really appreciate it when bands even when my hometown her make hoover metro would do all the shows yet and you know keep it in a kind of like emma chi minor threat whatever's so it's important me to do all he shows in the younger fans of are the different craziest.

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"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"It seems pretty way back but there must be some fury in there somewhere from you were you a lot of confusion here for media rubio to resonate with i don't know how to place you but i guess that sort of the the issue that's good and kind of odd about about your trip pray you i mean how the twenty six now gone twenty seven this month seer young you're young fella i hope so you where'd you where'd you come from what's your words you grow up in a grew up in western canada edmonton alberta home of the employers for doing carry now i don't know that much but hockey bullets can really not hockey i not really for this only point of reference a lot of people have for we are not good guy either but i performed in edmonton dahlia the eisenhower the mall is big malia i think it was the largest from ninety one to ninety rivalry likely the sister mall to the mall of america this right and they have a yeah i i there's a comedy club in there and i air reds maybe i i forget what was called i i don't know what it was called but i stated hotel connected to the mall fantasy land the and i just remember i was on a horse for and there were doors were the or painted horses in their stable here too weird place where they have like a life sized santa maria like boat copy they have the dolphins when i was a kid like real dolphin year they had like a submarine tour skating rinks was visitor's center of life it was i mean th that's what they wanted to be and i think for a couple of years you know when i was really young even before it was like oh my god him with him by the time i was.

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"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"mark lanegan" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Yeah that must be a guy windy out in my entire neighborhood has no electricity and i'm i'm i'm actually recording this a couple of days early because i'm going out on the last week of my tour heading into my special which will be recording in minneapolis on saturday night day after tomorrow if you're listening to this on thursday oh and by the way on thursday i'm the milwaukee and on friday i'm madison wisconsin and on saturday minneapolis and there might be some tickets left for that second show of my taping at the panties ages minneapolis there's actually between me and you there's actually tickets left for milwaukee madison as well i don't know why i've been doing really well with the cells so and out almost everywhere but something about wisconsin just a you know go on that i'm just telling you i'm just telling you is a this is not a hail mary pass this is not desperation if you are in minneapolis on saturday or madison wisconsin on friday or milwaukee wisconsin on thursday come see me perform if you'd like to do that it's a reasonably priced ticket i don't know what it is but i know it's not a pricey take it and again go to the source go to the venues website don't just google mark mary tickets milwaukee because and his scalp recital come up and you'll say holy shit twelve thousand dollars for center row orchestra that seems that seems steep rudeness mark fucking think he is.

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