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01:44 min | Last week

"pantheon network" Discussed on Pantheon

"Even, Dan says were a cover band that plays original material. that. Even the older songs we don't play them the way they were on the record we take on, they take on a new character. Yeah, and the EPA is is it's an EP right it's not a full. Next year. Year. And we can hope to. See, perform live soon soon after you hope so. Lyrically is everyone writing lyrics when everyone has written lyrics to the songs do is not so much for songwriter although he could be but. As the four of us and lyrics music. That's great. Are you doing it separately or is it? I mean I guess you were putting this together before this this whole thing cove into. All different combinations okay. They. Do it in Nashville, just lock yourself in a room until comes out. Is that how you guys did? We don't look at our. Okay. So let's stop right here. Who We've been talking to WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE We have been talking to Puerto Valley recording artists, immediate family which you know as Danny coach. Mark and why do you what? Tell Leland Sklar Russ Kunkel and Steve Postel and we will tell more stories next week go on social media to to find out all about what difference does it make up for our newsletter Ashub UDV podcast. Dot. Com and we have a nice facebook page. Where can you find as mayor? You can search for what difference does it make you will find us could. Double D D. I am pockets here. Proud member at the Pantheon Network family until next week this day. Later. Brennan..

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"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

01:44 min | Last week

"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Even Dan says were a cover band that plays original material. That Even the older songs we don't play them the way they were on the record they take on, they take on a new character. Yeah, and the EPA is is it's an EP, right? It's not a full. Next year. Year. And we can hope to. See. Perform live. Soon Soon after you hope so. Lyrically, is everyone writing lyrics. Everyone has written lyrics to the songs. New is not so much for songwriter although he could be but. As the four of us and lyrics music. That's great. Are you doing it separately or is it? I mean I guess you were putting this together before this this whole thing cove into. All different combinations. Okay. Do it in Nashville just lock yourself in a room until comes out. Is that how you guys did? We don't look at our. Okay. So let's stop right here. Who We've been talking to, who, are, these people. We have been talking to Puerto Valley recording artists, immediate family, which you know as Danny coach Mark and why do you what Tell Leland Sklar Russ Kunkel and Steve Postel and we will tell more stories next week go on social media to to find out all about what difference does it make up for our newsletter Ashub udv IM podcast dot com, and we have a nice facebook page. Where can you find as mayor? You can search for what difference does it make you will find us could US D D I. AM pockets here proud member at the Pantheon Network family until next week this day. Later. Brennan..

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"pantheon network" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

01:53 min | 3 months ago

"pantheon network" Discussed on Pantheon

"Raises the ship of Thebes question how how many members of the band changed before? It's an entirely new band right yet. That is a good point. I, don't I don't have a lot of opinions about deep purple. I it's always been one of those bands just like. Hangs out in the background of Classic Rock Knowledge like I know they're there and I know some of their songs and I I clearly know that David Coverdale was in at one point. But but yeah, it's it's not It's not abandoned. Don't think I've ever bought any. Of and if someone said Hey, D- purples playing. Let's go see them maybe like. Okay Yeah I. I personally have one hand-me-down for my dad. Album of there's the The I think it's. The book of them. And it's an. It's kind of advert mid sixty s mid. Sixty seven ish. I think is when it comes out then and it's. It's got definitely some more folk Foki psychedelic versus this kind of more speed metal. I think we're hearing a little bit. Kind of feel to. The somber. and and then besides that just you know picking up from the library like best avary box set. Even it might benefit if I recall right and. Given a good listener to that and. I think coverdale is sort of as early seventies addition to the fan right. That sounds right. While you know what listeners I know that free stuff is awesome, but free stuff to spice up. Your bedroom is even better. Through the Pantheon Network and this show almost famous minute at Adam and Eve you get slit almost any one item for fifty percents off..

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"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:32 min | 4 months ago

"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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"pantheon network" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:14 min | 4 months ago

"pantheon network" Discussed on Pantheon

"In. Now. On with the show. A rock and roll star then listen now to what I say, just get an electric guitar and take some time and learn how to play diggers. Welcome to another edition of deeper digs with me. Christian, Swain, dealing some more rock and roll archaeology for all of you. Let's get the business stuff out of the way and get to our conversation with jared barrel and Alex Emanuel of the new film The incoherence. I on rockall archaeology episode nineteen get an update. Things are moving very quickly now just a week, or so before it will be released in maybe two weeks. We sincerely appreciate all the extra patient you guys have had on this one I know it's going to be like eight months. I get it all right again, really really long. But you know the episode. itself is really really long. I know. We left on a cliffhanger with episode eighteen. And you want to see how it ends. As you know the second half of nineteen sixty nine will focus on two big events that we obviously could not pass up even if we want to do, there is woodstock and there is ultimate. That is the bulk of the episode are take. are compare and contrast between these two major milestones in rock and roll. History is a big big portion of what this is about. You know. We also bring our friends. The Rolling Stones back in How could we not with Demont and we are going to expand on the moon landing piece that you found in episode eighteen to show how the music is really starting to go global. Yeah, we are also tipping our hats towards the upcoming decade. Yeah like most of the revolutionaries on the streets in the nineteen sixty S. You know we are tiring of the struggle and Are Looking forward to getting into the nineteen seventies The music in this perhaps more evolutionary. Introspective in some circles or Spectacle in others, it's going to be different different storytelling I. I'll let you guys know that Richard and I've been talking a lot about how we take volume to You know! The story of rock and roll is like this big giant funnel. That just gets wider and wider. In in the mouth. As you go along, you know and I. Think I've said before that you know. The the nineteen fifties were were easy to focus on individuals because it was a small group of people you know. The nineteen sixties kind of grew to the point. Where once we got to the Beatles. We started have to think geographically, so we kind of focused on London Los Angeles Francisco New York Detroit little. Nashville things like that. We. We went geographic to basically tell the story is best. We could include you know the the usual commentary, social commentary, and You know the social commentary as the story has changed. Our story needs to organically changes. Well, it's just the facts We're GONNA. Miss some things. people can scream and yell but I think we're going to choose the cream of the crop and take some side trips. We will introduce some unsung heroes, and You know again looking back now. twenty plus years you can begin to figure out and weed out you know shat the chaff if you will and are left with with cream, and that's what that's what we'll. We'll end up having to do. all right, so keep your ears open for episode, Nineteen Nineteen Sixty nine part two coming very soon. I. Never know exactly when because it's done when it's done, and as soon as it's done, we try to put it out there. let's see we have a new show that is launching this week. We are super excited to bring a on this guy to Pantheon network. The show is called a reverend billy radio. Reverend Billy is the pastor of the Church of stop shopping in New York City. Although. His Church has tens of thousands of members. Billy is a preacher with an unknown God. He's not Christian, but wears a preschooler and televangelists hair. For that matter. His followers shout. Earth Luhya and change illusion Hallelujah Change Luhya Earth Louis there you go. on the sidewalks east started the show while locked down in New, York City. With death, raining down on the skyscrapers, he likes to stop preaching suddenly and play music. In his show, the Fiery Eagles of justice a jazz trio. That is rather hard to fathom. And of course, the Stop Shopping Choir, a thirty five voice chorus of trespassing activists help the reverend slide into his neck sermon net, so please check out and billy radio. Thanks for all our Patriot members. We surely need the help hosting all of these shows. The costs keep going up. Even this small pledge has us to cover the bills. The reason the costs keep going up is because more and more people are listening so and it's a good problem to have so, but we could use your help if you're interested and want to become a pantheon patron yourself and scored the best seats in the house to of our podcasts, go to Patriotdepot backslash rock and roll podcast. Of.

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"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:14 min | 4 months ago

"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"In. Now. On with the show. A rock and roll star then listen now to what I say. Just get an electric guitar and take some time and learn how to play diggers. Welcome to another edition of deeper digs with me. Christian Swain, doing some more rock and roll archaeology for all of you. Let's get the business stuff out of the way and get to our conversation with jared barrel and Alex Emanuel of the new film The incoherence. I on rockall archaeology episode nineteen get an update. Things are moving very quickly now just a week, or so before it will be released in maybe two weeks. We sincerely appreciate all the extra patient. You guys have had on this one. I know it's going to be like eight months. I get it all right again. Really really long. But you know the episode, itself is really really long. I know we left on a cliffhanger with episode eighteen. And you want to see how it ends. As you know the second half of nineteen sixty nine will focus on two big events that we obviously could not pass up even if we want to do, there is woodstock and there is ultimate. That is the bulk of the episode are take. are compare and contrast between these two major milestones in rock and roll. History is a big big portion of what this is about. You know. We also bring our friends. The Rolling Stones back in How could we not with Demont? and we are going to expand on the moon landing piece that you found in episode eighteen to show how the music is really starting to go global. Yeah. We are also tipping our hats towards the upcoming decade. Yeah like most of the revolutionaries on the streets in the nineteen sixty S. You know we are tiring of the struggle and Are Looking forward to getting into the nineteen seventies The music in this perhaps more evolutionary. Introspective in some circles or Spectacle in others. It's going to be different. different storytelling I I'll let you guys know that Richard and I've been talking a lot about how we take volume to You know. The story of rock and roll is like this big giant funnel. That just gets wider and wider. In in the mouth. As you, go along. You know and I. Think I've said before that you know. The the nineteen fifties were were easy to focus on individuals because it was a small group of people you know. The nineteen sixties kind of grew to the point. Where once we got to the Beatles, we started have to think geographically, so we kind of focused on London. Los Angeles. Francisco New York Detroit. is little. Nashville things like that we. We went geographic to basically tell the story is best. We could include you know the the usual commentary, social commentary, and You know the social commentary as the story has changed. Our story needs to organically changes. Well. It's just the facts We're gonNA miss some things. people can scream and yell but I think we're going to choose the cream of the crop and take some side trips. We will introduce some unsung heroes, and You know again looking back now. twenty plus years you can begin to figure out and weed out you know shat the chaff if you will and are left with with cream, and that's what that's what we'll. We'll end up having to do. all right, so keep your ears open for episode Nineteen Nineteen Sixty nine part two coming very soon. I never know exactly when because it's done when it's done, and as soon as it's done, we try to put it out there. let's see we have a new show that is launching this week. We are super excited to bring a on this guy to Pantheon network. The show is called a reverend. Billy radio. Reverend Billy is the pastor of the Church of stop shopping in New, York City. Although his church has tens of thousands of members. Billy is a preacher with an unknown God. He's not Christian but wears a preschooler and televangelists hair. For that matter. His followers shout. Earth Luhya, and change illusion. Hallelujah Change Luhya Earth Louis there you go on the sidewalks. East started the show while locked down in New York City. With death raining down on the skyscrapers, he likes to stop preaching suddenly and play music. In his show, the Fiery Eagles of justice a jazz trio. That is rather hard to fathom. And of course, the Stop Shopping Choir, a thirty five voice chorus of trespassing activists help the reverend slide into his neck sermon net, so please check out and billy radio. Thanks for all our Patriot members. We surely need the help hosting all of these shows. The costs keep going up. Even. This small pledge has us to cover the bills. The reason the costs keep going up is because more and more people are listening so and it's a good problem to have so, but we could use your help if you're interested and want to become a pantheon patron yourself and scored the best seats in the house to of our podcasts. Go to Patriotdepot, backslash rock and roll podcast. Of.

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"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:26 min | 5 months ago

"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Dad Bod pod. We are back. Hope you enjoy that interview. Speaking of interviews. We have on our own team here. The rap game. Charlie Rose Aka pavement. Ma when you get a black background. Go Charlie no troubling anymore. Rose I think got me too. So yeah to say Charlie. What else is going on man? Thanks thanks for asking. Well you know with a needle to the groove the little Record label that we have put together. Cobbled together will We have a sort of are sort of a high profile project coming up which is Principal it's a project it's a limited wax with Prince Paul and And his longtime collaborator. Don newkirk who is adept jam recording artist and producer and they did the original score to the WHO killed Malcolm x the Docu series on that that came out. I believe in February so We're really excited to drop that. The pre orders. We're GONNA start taking them in a couple of weeks on May nineteenth which is Malcolm X's birthday of A. I felt weird about it. Like are we using his birthday to sell records but I think it was just like a matter of good timing not really by any means. Dave waiting means Nice. So yeah man we we got that on deck a few other things for the label that I don't really wanNA share yet. Because you know they don't come to fruition. I look like an asshole. But her record label people supposed to look like assholes the whole bit. I feel like needs being attack right now. I said record label record store only be name by the way. Nato is okay. Yeah he may have the itis. We're not not feeling well. Go out nate. He me the fucking Ironman of the prayed. I believe this is the first segment that he has missed. Thinks so I feel like you might have missed one other one but I mean yeah I mean it's it's a it's a. It's a big presence. Yes so he's he's a hopefully feeling better soon. We are here holding down on the dead. Bod Rap pod As always you can check out dead. Bod pod on twitter. There's a robust conversation going on in that space where you can see. Fans of the program Roasted because we don't love iron men and the infamous as much as they do So there's a lot going on there and we definitely want you guys to pop over. Check that out. We also have an instagram account. At Dad Bod`ed wrap pod nate sharing different types of hip hop ephemera He always no matter who we interview. He has some around his house. That represents that person solely J. Tights on his leg. Warmers that episode. Fire so check us out on instagram. At Dead Bod rap pod we are available to be streamed on all the dough platforms. You can check us out on our UK Syndication Partner Kiki Dot Co dot UK. A Google play spotify apple music soundcloud all the places. We appreciate. Y'All fucking with us. The far instead with the stood the fourteen weeks it's been it's been a weird program. I'm seeing you. Mother fuckers in like two months. I know I know I. I remember when we first started recording. And we'd be like inside Jerry Studio or you know even when we first started recording at nights kitchen. Or needle to the GROOVE. You know there are some sort of uncomforter- uncomfortable nights you know he'd wise or whatever after work you know but dude I'm dying. I'm dying to do that again. In person do yeah. We're in Lord knows what happened but we are pressing on present. Do shout out to rappers. joining US via zoom. Which I wasn't sure was going to be a thing it'll be cool to get some rappers to a if you could get rappers to work meetings where we can get acknowle to some just saying at the next meeting that'd be. Donald you know what I mean. He's got ideas. People really need to check out. I feel like our Aachen. Elliott episode was under this into in terms. Of How fucking funny. That was agreed. How inciteful one hundred percent and to just filled with energy? It was like he was. It's like we unleashed that interviews great. Yeah and I'm almost like eighty percent. Sure he was at the Strip club. I really feel. Kinda come up deejay booth and was talking to us. We NEED TO GET A. I'M GONNA get a little dot. That shows a number of episodes. I think that's somewhere back in the eighties. We are pulling up on one hundred. Twenty episodes of crazy shit is wild We appreciate you guys for continued to mess with us we. The listener base continues to grow on my following continues to grow We did lose the Adam and Eve sponsorship. Because y'all don't buy those like that is fine blue apron instead. You'll know why we gave you all a chance But Yeah we appreciate All the all the support. We've Gotten Pantheon podcast network. That's down with. That's what we rolling with at the end is just released. The first ever HD podcast this ain't it But you can check out a all dope music podcasts on Pantheon Network so that we are going to signed off. And you know base for fucking with his dad by wrap-up he's.

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"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

11:53 min | 6 months ago

"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Welcome back to almost famous minute where we're discussing. The two thousand Cameron Crowe Film almost famous. One Minute at a time. I'm Eric Nash. From feels like Weezer. I'm foresight from rock and roll highschool minute an IMC pleasant from wherever Glendale California just from around me around. You know guys great to have you both back. It's been We've had two minutes here. And this is our Thurdin and I believe final but who knows you know either either? Both of you can always come back later. Look at the schedule later. Even even though I permits have every darn almost almost every minute at least one guess I would like to have you know in the spots where I do have only one guest. I'm very much like cabin having to essentially piety when it's three people so this is a minute for the third with back for the started with minute forty-six and so we're meant forty-eight here and it starts with Larry Telling Russell to wake up and ends with Penny asking William IF HE'S GOING TO CLEVELAND. Why does he wake him up? Just right. Because he's a big sleaze. The guys we we hear here who Russell and Dick. I mean. They're like come on. Give it a rest. Yeah it sure. Looks like he could be in his mid twenties. Geelong for the ladies that are dragging down the side of the road. The high the high school girls. There's a you know the the the longstanding Like musicians rockstars get these groupies that are thrown at him and in the you know they do whatever with these when these bandaids or group is not like. Oh my God. It turns out she's sixteen. I never knew blabbity Blah That's its own leslie's right but when you then find at this guy's like waking up because he sees a row of girls in these weird gym outfits right like they're not they're not dressed up trying to entice him throwing themselves at him. They're just running before gym class or for gym class in button-down shirt. For some reason it seems like It's it's like an extra level of sleaze is pretty It's problematic to to us today. Buzzwords you have to mid June good. I was just going to Jim uniforms. I didn't I wasn't thinking about that. Pathetic is like it is a it feels like a very uncomfortable thing to run. It looks like it's some sort of like a poly blend short and a button-down shirt away but dodger islander like yeah it's a. I guess they probably I mean it's probably authentic like it's probably you know. Cameron Crowe was very detailed about outfits and stuff. But yes there was the athletic wear of the mid seventies early seventies. Yeah yeah well and and okay along those lines of the the athletic wear when we're when we're sports bras and Venit so I kind of have to wonder Wha- what are they I mean are they wearing. I mean if they're if they are high school girls truly I mean some of them probably are some might and might not be wearing anything. Maybe but but that. That's problematic with the button-down sure no it's time. It's probably too soon very uncomfortable. Yeah Yeah in general uncomfortable at. Yes for with Flop around sometimes. Yeah I don't know as much as an essay as much as the sixty seventies sort of shunned the the brassiere from time to time late seems like this is the appropriate time to to wear heroin. Yeah although like a seventies brassiere with Halle nut super comfortable. I don't know I don't know what was happening at that time. It might have been. It's also like there's a time in a young gal life when you graduate from undershirt too so it might be like and I think that that Got Sort of later later so they some of these ladies might be young enough to be wearing undershirts. I don't know anyway needs perverts there looking at to do you think crow includes this in this bus travel seen because someone from the real life of his of his travels with bands. Was this type of creepy perv. And do we want to speculate? Who would have been but I would also guess on that. You know the other people on the bus at that point where someone said something Acted in this way I would. I would kind of hope that the other band members in that situation would have reacted similarly to Russell. Dick and I think that's I think it's a good thing. It's it's it's showing this variety of the type of it because we then even also get penny you know waving to the girls. Yeah but then turning right around with the giving them the finger thing at the bird I think that's such a Like nothing perfect emotional moment for any. I think like it's just. Kate has such a good so good in that like I feel like she sort of like when she when she first when I look at her looking at them she's kind of like a little bit whimsical. Like you could almost see like a little bit of sadness and maybe. I'm just projecting because I like like I feel so protective in this movie. Like it's just chooses seem so like fragile in whatever but like the fact that she's like looking at what she would be if she wasn't on the bus with this band you know and then and then she waved at them and then she flipped them the bird. It's like it's almost like she's looking at herself and like doing those doing those things and that little progression of gestures like just a lovely little capsule. I like it. It's almost like she's wishing some disdain on the person that she could have been if she weren't there where she is now right almost like I have. I have one versus myself or the concept of high school teenage girl. Yeah or yeah I mean or maybe she like wishes like there's A. There's a Gel iffy in that kind of wishes. Maybe she wishes she was a normal girl and then also she hates the idea of a normal girl. Like you know or you know that. Sort of conformity and All that yeah. I just feel like they're really good little like fraught moment. It's great yeah she she's got that Like MEMORY OF OF WIND. Things were easy as things are getting hard for her now. Like she's ramping up to that point where she's going to have to make difficult decisions in in do things against her her heart so but but she but she doesn't. I don't think she wants to let on that. Things are getting hard for saying. I think everyone everyone is trying to be so cool. You know and thinking everything's everything's going right in the world at this point for for them at least very personally. We never get out of field throughout this movie. Even though as far back as the mid sixties especially with my favorite band I know an awful lot about The Beatles and their proclivity for turning things around from being. Just you know answering questions very straight and normal yet with with with a with a good good tinge of comedy comedy effect answers But at some point there in the mid sixties rounded started answering the political questions with with some real honesty But we never get that from here and we we get just a ton of all this interpersonal low level kind of but but but meaningful Character relationships happening at any interesting in the same scene that she like immediately goes to penny immediately goes to when we go to Morocco. I think we should wear completely different clothes and be completely different. People like that. That feels like she's she's feeling something she's feeling some kind of way definitely in this seems under the but then the thing. I noted you know William Replies with what will our names be and she you know she ignores that question you know. She didn't want to pursue that that aspect of this possible trip that they're gonna go on together. Yeah never quite sure what caused him to ask that like. I feel like it's almost part of his ploy to try and find out her real name still But also maybe to to indulge in that Moroccan fantasy that that That sort of blue sky wishing something win. This phase has ended. I will move onto this other thing that I've always dreamt of doing. I'm not you know it's like this is the natural progression of my life so I moved from where I am to where I WANNA be. You know again. It's a distraction from the the separation. That AOL no is is coming while you know what listeners. I know that free stuff is awesome but free stuff to spice up. 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Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:18 min | 6 months ago

"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"They do it really well and I think they paid tribute to rock and roll blues with. Ain't that a shame. And it shows that they understand rock and roll and the roots. I think that was the highlight for song. Aside to boom. It's nice to see them. Patriots in New Orleans and I think we must follow me last year. I'm interested to know whether he actually ever got to hear their version of that song that buffalo new and Fats Domino to monster song privacy. A New Orleans so yeah it was very cool to pay tribute to that side of rock and roll music or at any final thoughts on the album. If you've never listened to it from front to back I highly recommend you give it a listen from front to back. Take the time to really just sit back and listen to it and if you can listen to it on CD or vinyl because as a way you'll get more field than versus an MP three which compresses the sound a little bit. It takes away some of the warmth of so if you can listen to the album fronta bag in a way file and feel that warmth and feel the energy of the crowd. You will really great. Headphones album is the nominal had gone album. Thank you so much for being a part of this love. Elven Pantheon Mystic Orgy is I'm calling. I love these Pantheon Mystic Orgies. We need to keep doing If we ever get around to doing a Australian music I'll reach out for sure because we're gonNA need somebody to tell us about cold chisel and Nick Cave in the early days in the early days of it except driving around in a broken station wagon and stuff that you've gotten to experience child so that would be great and in your young years so I have not the person to be speaking to that in excess. I'll talk about that. Okay if people want to get in contact with you. People want to work out how that can listen to your dulcet tones. You in Right. They can go to the imbalanced history of Robson will add imbalanced history dot com. That's our website. You can find us right. On the Pantheon podcast network of podcasts. Where imbalanced his still on twitter imbalanced history at g mail dot com fantastic and I wholeheartedly recommend my listeners. Shittu you go ahead and just basically go. Subscribe to the whole Pantheon Network. If you're going to be selective then please give the inbound history of rock and roll guys eight tune in. Thanks very much for being with.

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Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:58 min | 6 months ago

"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Promoting good afternoon. Good evening good. Not This is more speech inskeep speaking here listening to episode one hundred and thirty three of the love. That album podcast. I hope that you're doing well all being siphoned. Whatever part of the planet you're on. We are living in crazy times by now that every newspaper that you read every television. Show that you watch every other podcasts. At you listen to his been saying similar stuff so basically that's much covert talk as I'm going to be giving in this episode. All this is going to be devoted to music talk. That's what you're here for. That's what I want to give at the end of the last episode. I said that I was going to be joined this month by lead singer lead guitarist and songwriter of the Bondi cigars. Mr Shane Pacey to talk about the wonderful album from the band. Pin Tangle this album basket of light now. Shane took ill and not- nothing to do with covert. This had him laid up in hospital for a few is. He's now thankfully safely at home and being looked after we both came to the conclusion that it would be best to defer his episode until he was fully better. Hopefully that will be next month so all the best rest easy shine so I was thinking what am I going to do? That will require a minimum amount of work for me and what I did was put at a coal amongst the other. Podcast is in the Pantheon network which love that album is privileged to be a part of right now and I asked the question whether anyone was willing to me to have a discussion about favorite live albums. I was overwhelmed with so many responses even had to put aside a couple of responses. So we'll be doing some shows later on hopefully with those other fellows but I've got six other. Podcast is within the Pantheon Network. Who all wanted to tell me about their favorite live album so we didn't have a big round table. I just spoke to the host or hosts of each podcast individually. And that's what you're going to be hearing six twenty to twenty five minute segments from each one of the following podcasters first of all. There's pitiful really. Who is one of the two heads of the Pantheon Network and I'll let him tell you as to what his future podcast is going to be about. It's rather fund. The next one is tie listened. Who's the host of the band? History Jarabinsky and Ryan Dixon her the host of highway high fine. If you've listened enough to love that in recent times you know that I will definitely be pushing the Fan Christian Swang. Who's the other head of the Pantheon Network and his shows are rock and roll? Archaeology deeper digs in rock and he's Co host of rock and roll librarian so podcasting wise a very busy man plus all the other things that he does in keeping the Pantheon network running. Marcus Goldman who's one of the two co hosts of the imbalanced history of rock and roll and finally Brad page who host a show called. I'm in love with that song. Each one of these gentlemen will be telling you a few things about the podcast so you can have a listen to what they have to say. And then go and subscribe to their individual podcasts. Or to the Pantheon Network. In general way you can listed. I think it's thirty five different PODCASTS. That I'm now in the network. So there's a lot of music discussion going on there. You can listen to one. You can listen to all thirty five. There's no shortage of music talk going on out there. My huge gratitude to all of these people for taking the time to speak to me about their favorite live albums and this was really a lot of fun. I mean it's always fun to be talking about music. That's why I do this podcast but it was really exciting to be speaking to a group of people who for the most part? I'd never actually spoken to before there. Were all new. So please take the time to subscribe to the panty network or subscribe to any of the individual podcast. If you like what you hear in this show well I still have your captive attention before we get into the shy proper. I'd just like to make it known that. See here. The podcast. I do with Tim. Merrill and Bernard stick well that has been on hiatus since December of two thousand nine thousand nine hundred about four months. Oh is going to be coming back in the next week. Or so you should hear episodes seventy two maybe about the same time that this show is up or maybe just a few days after we'll be discussing the two thousand one film. Hedwig and the angry inch. I'm very very excited to be rejoining with Tim and Bernie. It's been too long since we head. And he could film discussion so looking forward to putting that in your ear holes that will be episode seventy two and you can find it on all the usual podcast platforms of choice. So that's episodes seventy to see here. That's steadily H. E. A. Right now we'll go to Joanne. Giving you the contact details and then we'll start off with the first of the six discussions that ahead over the course of this week. Hope you enjoy. I'll be back at the end of the show just to wrap things up. Listen to love it album episode one hundred thirty three. I got a dusty old pile of vinyl records sitting on my floor. We hope you're enjoying the shy. You can find previous episodes as love that album. Podcast DOT BLOGS SPOT DOT COM. We can get along with any of the other great music. Discussion show is at rock and Roll Kiala G. Dot Com all part of the Pantheon podcast network to keep up to date. Subscribe to the show via Apple. Podcasts stitcher spotify or your podcast APP of choice you can email Mars with Fayed. Becker album suggestions at our kitchen at Yahoo DOT COM dot. Au join the facebook group at FACEBOOK DOT COM slash groups slash. Love that album and start a music lighted discussion next..

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Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:59 min | 7 months ago

"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"So you can see the beginning of Nirvana in that song. And it's so simple and it's not polished and it's not really mix and it's kind of dirty and I kinda like it. Well yeah good song. This is the part I was saying. You're probably GONNA appreciate during initial months. The bamboo through a series of names including fecal matter skid row. And Ted Ed Fred. The group settled honor vodka because according to cobain. I wanted a name that was kind of beautiful or nice and pretty instead of mean or Raunchy punk name like the angry Samoans Nova Alec and cobain moved to Tacoma and to Olympia and temporarily lost contact with Burkhard. They instead practiced with Dell Grover of the melons. Which con them. The Melvin constantly. Come up in this and Nirvana recorded. Its first demo in January nineteen eighty eight. It was a ten Song Demo with the godfather of grunge legendary Seattle producer Jack Dino sub pop co head Honchos. John Poneman heard the tape and offer to put Nirvana basically on the label and put out a single and the band accepted in early. Nineteen eighty-eight Kroger moved to San Francisco but recommended that Dave Foster be his replacement on the drums. So there's another drummer Foster's tenure many is that now. I think this is three. Okay yeah by the end they have five so I guess that is like spinal tap of Foster's tenure with not Nirvana only lasted a few months. During a stint in jail. He was replaced by Burkhard. Who left again. After telling cobain that he was too hung over to practice one day. That seems like a valid excuse to quit a very successful band or future. Success will banned. Yeah can't practice one day because I'm hung over so I guess I quit. Yep BY OUT COCKBAIN AND NOVA ZELIC PUT AN AD in Seattle newspaper The rocket seeking a replacement drummer but they received no satisfactory responses. Meanwhile a mutual friend introduced them to rubber to drummer. Chad channing and the three musicians to jam together channing continued to Jam with Cobain and Nova Celik although according to channing they never actually said okay. You're in channing. Played his first show with Nirvana in. May Now I bring this up because I went on the official Nirvana website and looked up the nirvana time line and it was really funny. The things that they thought were important that they needed to know tate on their time line so according to their website on October thirtieth nineteen eighty-eight. Kurt smashed his first guitar. Okay I mean I guess if you're young and that's what rockstars do in your head. Then I guess you would know that. Yeah Nirvana released their first single. A cover of shocking. Blue's love buzz in November of nineteen eighty eight on the Seattle independent record label sub pop. And now you probably know shocking blue but not because of love buzz. But because of their their classic song Venus you know that's all I'm not sure she's got it yet baby she. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah that reached number one on the US billboard hot one hundred in February of nineteen seventy and sold seven point five million copies and then in Nineteen eighty-six Banana Rama's cover also topped the charts. Love Buzz however did neither of those things for anyone. The single love buzz can be found on some rare collection sites for like close to two thousand seven hundred dollars. I actually looked up. Gee what it costs for first pressing today and the highest that I found on Ebay was five thousand one hundred dollars and fifty one people were watching it all right then so I mean that's a call that pretty darn good now but again. This is a piece of history. I don't a lot of a lot of copies. Were pressed They did their first interview ever with John. Robb in sounds who also made the releasing of the the following month. The band began to record. Its debut album bleach with local producer. Jack India no and bleach was influenced by the kind of dredge. Rock of the Melvin and mud. Honey the one thousand nine hundred eighty s punk rock and the nineteen seventies heavy metal of black sabbath the money for the recording sessions for bleach. How are listed as six hundred and six dollars and seventeen cents okay? Like that's literally nothing. Yeah that's really cheap but also like I think that that amount of money that they spent can be seen in the quality of lead not mixed perfectly. The guitar sound kind of dirty is not polished. It's not perfect and I think that's part of what that grunge sound was that they just but if that's what they were going for anyways yeah don't make it perfect on the album sleeve which was supplied by. It's it's mark that Jason Ever men who subsequently bought into the band as the second tourist. He is thanked on that remain. He bought into the banged. He he was actually the one that paid for the album to be produced. All right then. Yeah he didn't actually play on the album but he did receive credit on bleach because according to Novatell like they wanted to make him feel more at home in the band just prior to the album. Released Nirvana became the first band to signed an extended contract with sub pop. Well and if they if he paid for it he should get some credit on it. Yeah definitely I think. Even if he didn't play on it you know. I think he played on one song. Well see there you now the name of the actual album bleach might come from a couple of different sources of one was because Kurt of course had worked as a janitor at his high school. In Aberdeen so an would cleaned with bleach. But the other was he started doing heroin. Oh yeah he started doing heroin and so he would actually soak his dirty needles in bleach. I mean I'd rather believe that. It came from his janitor job than his hair win habit but sadly honest probably was the latter. Yeah unfortunately and that's you know I'm going to be honest with you. I had four books on. Kurt cobain the main one that I was working from is called heavier than heaven. And it's a great book but I unless I pulled it from an article. I didn't explicitly state that he was in the process of using heroin so I am missing. A huge kind of chunk of information about and the thing is literally there are books and books and books full of information and some books bring incredibly new instrument like this new information that I had never heard before. And it's just it's too much like I couldn't get all this information in so you know. That's just the books not to mention the three major documentaries. Vh One behind the music all the newspaper articles that are online right now. It's just so much information I almost had information overload about what to put into this but if I if I put it all in we can literally make a podcast just about Nirvana and actually one of our former guest did see there. You don't Adam Todd. Brown has a podcast. But it's He did one on Nirvana He. Did I think a four part series on Nirvana so go check that if you want to support a maybe easy enough friends of the show? There's just there's just so much information out therapy really easy. Yeah and that is where we will pick up next time. Because I have so much about that Downer. Yeah thank you guys so much for checking this episode out We hope to see you guys on the next episode. Make sure that you You know if you're stuck in quarantine and he'd fun things to do you can Use Our code are heaven on Adam and Eve dot com and get a fifty percent off one item and then ten free gifts. Also check out the other podcasts. On the Pantheon Network that's the muses That's a rock and roll archaeology There is show that started it all. Yeah check out those. I know that we're all stuck inside. So why don't you guys check those out? It's a lot of fun and that's it for today. Our social stuff. Is that if you guys would like to donate to our Patriot and you can do that. At Patriotair Dot com slash rock and roll heaven? You can find us on twitter at rock and Roll Lt. Our facebook is rock and roll heaven. Pod INSTAGRAM is rock and roll heaven. Lt Still Not saying the website and you can email us at rock and roll heaven. Lt G DOT COM. If I said that too fast it will be in the show notes. again. Thank you guys. Were checking us out. We will see you next time. Keep rocking in the free world. Tj Yeah take us out. Okay Bye.

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Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:25 min | 8 months ago

"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Us all the stuff the other thing that's interesting about. The symbols is that they gave one to their Guests Sandy Denny and it's three inverted triangles. But they didn't give to students. Do we know it? He didn't get a symbol which is weird. This other should technically be six symbols on there. I wonder why they didn't do that. I wonder if he declined assemble. Oh maybe labels enough but it's a symbol without a name so you know what's funny is if they asked about it he probably would have said. That's all right. I'll just go in with the ballantine beer. Crowd would be so that's awesome. But then you know they would get out on the road and And continue the out your e in the funding games. That we've heard about you know through the seventies as long as they could do it but this point in their career was huge. The response immediate and continued for decades to led Zeppelin for today is unheard of. There's always new leads. Always THEY ANNOUNCED PINK. Floyd's dark side of the moon or albums that have that impact on people. There are others but there were very few that are still today showing at an appreciable level. Yeah they're out there. It's happening in pink. Floyd led Zeppelin and there's so many other bands and we definitely do an episode on that as far as the album goes the Hermit on they're pretty interesting From the Tarot card of the hermit and it's tied to Earth Ecology and we need to save the planet and I think There's isn't if I'm not mistaken. There's a little poster with some words written on there that people can't see very well on the inside yes as far as the cover goes and talking about the hermit on the cover and not only were they interested in their symbolism and whatever a cult type of things they were believing right at that time they were also very concerned about the environment and that's something that they've all been very concerned about throughout their lives and I think they've made it very clear something that was said in an interview in twenty and the cover was supposed to be something that was for other people to save a rather than for me to actually spell everything out which would make the whole thing rather disappointing on that level of your own personal adventure into the music and all the other stuff about them wanting to just strip it all down and and bring people to it naturally. It's it you know. The environmental side of that goes back to their experiences. Emits the debauchery of the first years. getting away and just and realizing that we only live on the very top little fringe part of this blue marble that we had to care of it and so pretty amazing album through on through. Zeppelin. Four is definitely in my top. Five ten records of the Seventies. We should maybe a five favorites on that the one thing. You're GONNA have a hard time. Doing you might have a hard time picking your five favorites of led Zeppelin Four. Because there's every songs great I don't know if I could pick because it would depend. It would depend seriously on the day on the week. I mean on my mood could be could be so. Maybe we won't do that one. I mean seriously think about how many people we hear complain about songs like Stairway to heaven but boy when that instrumental part kicks in everybody. Who's complaining about it as jam in the hell out her when it gets role. And you're into it to that. Song is magnificent but then again so is every single song on that album or the legend continues to grow. It doesn't seem to fade much. I'll say that and Even as our heroes continued to Age and do what they do We can always flip on any part of led Zeppelin four and right there. You're back in the moment. Whatever the moment is for you wherever you jumped onto the mothership It's that moment when you plugged in his. Aplin for reals still one of my favorite bands of all time and I don't think that will ever change. Give us your thoughts your feelings about this episode and anything else about the PODCAST. You can email us here at imbalance history g mail dot com the F. We missed anything. Please let us know. We are on facebook. The imbalance history of rock and roll twitter imbalanced. His stow and soon we will be on instagram. But again you can always email us at the imbalanced history of rock and roll a lot of you. Were finding us on the Pantheon podcast network. That's great a lot of you are on other apps all around the world and we thank you from wherever you plug in Let people know that you like the podcast spread the word? It seems to work and just keep doing this crazy. Podcast my man. It's been a blast and I think we should still continue the conversation about rock and roll. There's so much more conversation to be had about this rich magnificent history. Thanks to Paul and Paul and everybody occurred. I for their support of the PODCAST. Here on the Pantheon Network live from the dark talk media studios wrapping things up until the next time we get together and crack the Mike Anna Nicole. One I'm Riku Marcus in the dark is and thanks for listening to the imbalance history of rock and roll..

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Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:26 min | 8 months ago

"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"The downside is I I I love doing speaker demos but then again at the end of the night I have to sit down and do our to earth paperwork. That's not fun. Nobody ever told me about that part but I love having this business I. I love meeting people. I love exploring new music that customers bring in And I love turning people on to hi FI It's it's a blast I never saw myself doing this. I can't see myself doing anything else. Now Chris Larson owner of North Coast audio in Eureka. California on a future episode will explore fire. Engine right on cue on a future episode will explore the Speaker Demo as I look for a new pair of speakers for the Living Room Stereo. We have pictures and links to north coast audio on our website. Final SNOB DOT com. But I warn you. You will not find a shopping cart on Chris's website however if you'd like to talk audio shoot him an email or give them a call. Chris loves to talk audio gear. Now the jump from the West Coast to the east coast. Where on a recent visit to New York? Dana Berry stopped by record city in Brooklyn. I'm Ian Clark and this is record city in Brooklyn. We opened in September of Twenty sixteen. Been involved in records for a long time selling part time full time. Internet in person and also have a record label that focuses on Vintage music it's called decay. Are we had an office in the neighborhood in prospect efforts gardens and for many years we had that office and one of my partners. Sorta started nausea to look for real estate To maybe have a shop and very thankful that he did that because Kind of pushed me to move towards having a physical record store and really glad we did it We we definitely have a lot of Reggae music in here. But we have everything rock jazz hip hop so Really Great Neighborhood. Good place for neighborhoods been very responsive. It's very historically Caribbean. American neighborhood over here which is important to me. since we're so interested in Jamaican music but you know as has happened in Brooklyn Certainly gentrifying a bit You got a lot of newcomers. Come into the neighborhood looking for rock records and soul records and jazz records. You got the twentysomethings. We're just getting a record player and discovering final records which is an important part of y record. Stores can work nowadays. I just started selling records when I just kind of started finding more than I could use and and I really had an interest in reggae and I was finding records that were pretty tough to find a guess and started selling stuff on Ebay and then started my own website which focused on eighties reggae music. Which was kind a niche back when in two thousand eight. You could have a specialty sneaker store like that and can work and then this came around and kind of flattened everything out of it so I started selling records there but I always have people coming into my place in my apartment and buying records so this is an extension of your apartment extension of my apartment. Yeah much extension in my apartment. Where do you generally get your final all over the place You know people walk in with elections to the store. Just great a bunch of other folks record dealers in record stores and everyone. If you're friendly enough people will trade information and That's the way to get records. I buy record dealers to sometimes definitely by from some people that we've met through a record label over the years got a lot of sort of network and connections with reggae musicians and producers So it's a bunch of those guys bought from over the years and still do you hooked on. Bino I or were you listen to other formats. I I was hooked on my own. I because I was like I had an older brother seven years older and he just gave me some Americans when I was like eleven or twelve and I lived in Princeton. At that time New Jersey's place called the Princeton Record Exchange and in high school I was just like rating dollar Princeton all the time with friends and and it was pretty great time to do that. There's all kinds of cool stuff to find in the early nineties. You know back when everyone's getting rid of their record collections and buying CDs like it is but Yeah I. I was really into rap music. I was into old funk in Seoul stuff because of that and then started to catch onto reggae but I was also a Dj the DJ a lot so records were essential for that Dj hip hop any interesting characters that have brought in odd things. There was a local gentlemen a much older Jamaican guy who in a piecemeal way just brought in little suitcase after a little suitcase of his collection. He terrific like stuff. Br really good roots reggae stuff from the seventies including There's a legendary record L. E. Perry records called heart of the Congo's and the original copies of that hand painted stripes because they were pissed win. The congress came back that they had gotten the college wrong so they Lee Perry and other people were sitting there like painting them in the in the back of his studio. And so there's a few hundred thousand. He had one of those and that just walked into the store. One day. Yeah it was very very happy to see that. That one's stayed with very rarely. Do I keep records these days but yeah we're open every day from noon to eight We're in Brooklyn on the queue and be lines would love anyone to come check us out and you know it doesn't have to be just Reagan theseus. There's all kinds of stuff here again Clark. At Record City in Brooklyn Final Snob is produced at the studios of post audio in Eureka. California. Our executive producer is Dana Berry theme music composed by Cameron Robbins for an office. Handles social media me. I always reply email and to test that link the first five people who email me and tell me what year Steve Sheldon started at Rainbow Records. And what his first job was. We'll send you vinyl SNOB t-shirt Dave. At Vinyl SNOB DOT COM should check out the other castes on the Pantheon Network and the vs Radio Page at vital SNOB DOT COM to hear vinyl. Dj Radio shows featuring many of the artists discussed on the Pantheon Network. That's the program. I'm Dave Whitaker. Thanks.

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Rock N Roll Archaeology

01:34 min | 8 months ago

"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"When you're watching movies you sick of remakes reboots re imaginings reinventions and Reese Witherspoon. Oh you've fed up with movies with John. Robots try to remake it at the Dragon. Do you think the torture porn is imperial? Nineteen seventies driving defined by talked actresses with fake tits and action heroes with no chest hair. Turn off two movies. Were no single shot last more than two and a half seconds piece you off. Yeah me too. That's why I do. Pantley cinema podcast a podcast films. More than twenty years old. So if you think the situation is a guy and the Myrna Loy is kind of middle unique patio cinema podcast Paleo Dash Cinema Dot Com. And do yourself a favor. Listen to love that episode. One hundred and city. I'm part of the Pantheon. Network of Music podcasts. My huge thanks to the wonderful folk at Tennessee and podcast. I'll talk a little bit more about them at the end of the show and recommend a couple of great shows. I've been listening to recently that you all ought to get onto. It's wonderful to be esteemed company with all these other music podcasts. Anyway so what's happening this episode? If you've only got to move the dial like thirty minutes into the show is Teri Nei a talking about jazz albums weekday at favorites just three albums that we want us to talk about on the show for a few minutes. H So Terry. Your turn. Mingas are Charles Mucus.

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"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:18 min | 9 months ago

"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Accused of that was the Those the title track off of His record records something's happening Yeah so that's technically a single but you know what it wasn't released as a single for the Frampton comes alive. Obviously is it's fair game I like to Guitar Solo and that one and are like oh babies at the end faded out. It's just a dream. Damn this is just your your classic classic rock sound now. Yeah I guess that's what I mean. That's what it is right so you you know. I mean this is a conversation for a different day Q.. But I've I've become. I shouldn't say this on the Pantheon Network they might kick me off by. I've become A little bit on what. The word is but tired or herb. burnt-out out on the fifty or so songs that that the music industry has decided represents classic rock. You know in other words like right if you're out in public and you hear a classic rock song it's GonNa be you know the fifty or so singles from you know the WHO's who of of of that era you know what I mean right and that who includes the WHO. Yeah well uh-huh Zeppelin while I was GonNa say it includes the three singles from this album. Your at least Show me the way. But Yeah it's you know I don't know why I brought that up but this has that sound but it's not one of those songs so it's it's it's I enjoy listening to me and maybe that's why we do the format that we do on this podcast talked about the non singles. Because we're going to hear those you know you're right. There's a lot of great songs that aren't represented in the mainstream. And I mean that's the thing like is radio a dying industry. This does that even mean anything to people now but I mean it's it's still a thing when you're out about at a restaurant sports bars monk that you're going to hear hear back in you know back in black or you're going to hear you know any the other. ACDC song that. I can't fucking stand. You know we'll even because I'm with you on that man but just the the question that I have to ask myself do I not like AC DC. Because I'm tired of hearing the same. Five Song never dove into their other songs. Their their catalog mean. That's on me as engraved Hannam US right dude. Here's what we should do a second cover some. ACDC man like that's the challenge. Gosh that replacing ourselves as as no filler. Yeah I'm Don for that challenge and I'll tell you what. Let me tell you one thing here there is an album. There's an ACDC album that. I fuck there's a song here called baby please don't go It's it's from seventy four jailbreak this before they. They switched the singers on leaving other names. And look it up the and it's a great angus. Yon Niang Guitar Player. I know that much whoops anyway so my point being there is one. ACC Song that I do like that's not a single. Oh I don't think it is which means that this probably countless exactly would love exactly. Let's do it. Yeah you know what I was thinking. We could do a whole month of that style of Rock Classic Rock could do do we. ACDC and Z.. Z. Top is our two main. Okay maybe we could find countless lists Z.. Z. Top songs. That weren't singles. That are fucking Julia. Just do a month of How about this did? How are we challenge ourselves to pick the four? Lose some of the four best selling records from that era rock and roll records right okay And then and then talk about the nonsense. And then you know essentially will be reacting for the first time I'm guessing because we don't have much exposure to this stuff anyway all right that was a tangent but Anyway yeah all right. Let's get back to to Frampton here. So what else you got forest you. You're the one who has this record at home right. You've listened to this. Yeah and let me tell you this. It's really hard to pick songs on. There's a lot of great songs on on this record So I'm trying to pick songs that will allow kind of represent his wide range and sounds as a rock singer from the seventy mid seventy S. So I'm going to play a song. That's more Frampton a lot. A lot of great love songs. You know the three singles Shurmur the way baby. I love your way and fucking wall. Do you feel like we do is necessarily love song. But you know he has some great lovey-dovey Songs GonNa play another one that I really like a few tracks down it. It is called all I want to be is by your side.

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"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Stories from the world of music. They cover anything from album reviews to stories about the artists music news, in some very, very fun, asides, and drunken banter, I think they have a, a new brew with each episode. So it's, it's a lot of fun. Expect to hear about artists old new, spanning many genres. It's it's a good time. Go. Listen to that one. Next up is who cares about the rock hall a podcast about the rock and Roll Hall of fame? Imagine that every week discussion about the rock and Roll Hall of fame. The good the bad, the ugly with joke, was Allah, and Kristen, stuttered Jo's, a longtime devote t- and has done. His research, Kristen at doesn't care that much, or at least on the surface, she doesn't care. It seems like she's carrying more and more each week. Join them as he attempts to get her and in their guests every once in a while they have guests to care about the rock and roll. Arche not rock and roll archaeology, you rock and Roll Hall of fame. All right. And third is the career musician. This is hosted by nomad nomad is a longtime musical director most famously with baby face. But he is a composer. Producer touring musician. I mean this guy's done it all. He's been doing it for thirty years, professionally, and his podcasts about providing insight and practical wisdom for the next generation of Spiring career musicians, if you are a musician out there, and I am I really enjoy this podcast to pick up some tips and, you know, if you're if you're out trying to you know make a career out of it, he, he's really generous with, with his knowledge, along with the those that he interviews. It's really I, I wish the podcast like this existed when I was, you know, twenty something Spiring a musician it certainly would have helped my career. So please go. And listen to to that. All right. All three are additions to our rock and roll story that gets us up to twelve. Twelve podcasts in the pantheon network were very excited about that. So please welcome. Ashley Maggie, Joe Kristen and nomad by taking a listen. And you know, checking out their shows and, and of course, let us know what you think. Okay, also because it's a bit about the episode today. Let me remind everyone that this show along with sister podcast. Rock and roll archaeology can be found on the Cyrus podcast network. Why is that? Okay, let's get to it. Let's get to our show and meet our very special guests..

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"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"pantheon network" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Good does every body. Good news. Everyone. And you should feel bad. No, we're not Farnsworth here. We are. And we're not we're definitely nutzoid Berg either. Or are we? Sometimes sometimes sometimes, but we do have good news anchor news big exciting news here at rock, candy podcasts. Yeah. Two. Did that work? We did it. We're the pantheon networked. Yes. We are the pantheon network, formerly rock and roll archaeology, and they are home to many RAD fucking podcasts that we actually listened to know pretty good. One of them being muses, formerly muses and stuff. A lot of people are changing their names, we aren't. But yeah, definitely check them out. They're great. They talk about the like muses of rock and roll the people behind the people agree to Sung's of our in artists and just in general, they have some they just put out an episode onset of Nancy. Oh nice. Yeah. To listen to win. What those hot hot? But also a home of final snob rock and roll library. And that's a really good one. She did a few months ago about oh my God. I'm the worst Germer from whole. Oh, yeah. And it really made me Courtney love very name. Hard. But she reads the books talks about them a great in general, though, we are really fucking excited to be a pros network. They have so many great shows, and we're insanely flattered that someone things. Good enough to be on a network. Yeah. I noticed. The big news of the day, some fucking notice those, and I think it's pretty awesome news because I am very excited to be part of little group buys gap is quickly growing to. Yes, they are. Yeah. They're definitely which making their strides, and I'm very excited about it. Good news for all of us them in you, guys. I mean, honestly, if you like us, and you should why are you if you don't like us. Yeah. You definitely need to check out pantheon. You can check him out on their website, WWW dot rock and roll archaeology dot com. And it you get all the permission on all the different episodes or shows that they have in check them out because everybody's really good. And if listening to I assume you like music and they dig into other different things fucking come on. We need more music podcasts. We need more love for the music podcasts. Because. Without without music. You wouldn't have podcast bitches period. Right. Fight me. I guess it's a fight me kind of night. A fight. We. Okay. That's fine. We can rule with that. Yeah. You got that? All right. Good for. Yes. We are part of this network now, please go and support them. They are amazing. And I mean, we're mazing on it. And clearly and by by supporting them, you support us in it's nice little group effort. Hell, yeah. I like that. But anyway, you know, so okay, good news over. Let's let's get into our episode. Oh god. That bad. Oh, no. It's it's been interesting one. Oh, I've been looking forward to this. Well, we did say it was the counterpart to last week's. But before we should introduce ourselves for podcast. You're weekly treats. Sweet. Treats of music stories. I'm your entire Turpin real. It's all fucking tired. I did the math. I got sixteen hours of sleep throughout the entire weekend. That's basically how much I sleep on good. Whether I'm partying or not. So it's not great. No. But you're also sleep until like, noon, all my God. I'm so good eleven hours. I'm the best sleeper. I luckily I love to sleep. But I can't sleep that

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