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#672 Buried Treasures & Beatles Audio Engineer Geoff Emerick
It's Buried Treasures time yet again. Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot share some new under-the-radar music that you need to hear! Plus, they revisit their 2006 conversation with Geoff Emerick, an audio engineer who worked on the classic Beatles albums Revolver, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band and Abbey Road. Emerick passed away this month at the age of 72.
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SEASON ONE, EPISODE THREE: I Fought The Law
In its first 60 days, The Channel had a run of winning shows featuring a schedule of first tier rock â€˜nâ€™ roll headliners including Levon Helm, Joe Cocker and Johnny Thunders. But booking national touring bands into The Channel wasnâ€™t easy. Entrenched promoters didnâ€™t want the competition. Local radio held an outsize influence on the success--or failure--of each show. Getting acts like The B-52â€™s and Gang of Four booked took a combination of balls and finesse...not to mention keeping in-house security under control at a time when Southie turf wars raged and cocaine was everywhere. This is the third episode of the true and complete story of Bostonâ€™s legendary live music club, The Channel. As this 8-episode season continues, youâ€™ll hear all about the clubâ€™s gritty beginnings, 1980s live music heyday, and the bitter end, when local mobsters leave the club in ruins...and leave one man dead, sparking a 25-year mystery. If you enjoyed Episode Three, please show your support by subscribing to â€œBoston Venue: The Channel Storyâ€ and leaving a review. Music featured in this episode, â€œLost in Loveland,â€ provided by Charlie Farren and Farrenheit. Contributing storytellers in this episode: Peter Booras, Phyllis Craine, Brad Mindich, Charlie Farren, Chachi LoPrete, and Carter Alan. Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Android Spotify Stitcher Tune-In Google Podcasts Get more of The Channel Story on our website, https://thechannelstory.com/. Conceived and created by Harry Booras. Executive Producer, David Ginsburg. Produced by Chachi LoPrete. Written by Christopher Oâ€™Keeffe. Contributing writers: Harry Booras and David Ginsburg. Recording engineer: Tory Van Lam. Audio production by Tony Baglio and Dan Thibeault. Narrated by John Laurenti.
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#709 Music That Made Me & the Universal Music Warehouse Fire
Most music lovers can point to a song that made them: perhaps one that helps define them, or just one of those songs that defines a time in their life. This week, hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot share some of the music that made them. They also talk with music journalist Jody Rosen about his investigative article for New York Magazine about the Universal Music Group Warehouse fire and the hundreds of thousands of master recordings that were lost.