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Episode #56 of The Record Store Day Podcast features Laura & Mark from the funky, trippy trio, Khruangbin (Dead Oceans), and Mikael & Erik from the de-constructive pop quartet, Lizard Music (Omnivore Recordings). We also drop into Technique Records in Miami to meet the man they call Mikey R. Plus, RSD's Carrie Colliton speaks of absent friends from…
 
Episode #55 is our GET BACK to LET IT BE, BEATLES SPECIAL featuring Let It Be reproducer Giles Martin, Get Back photographer Ethan Russell, and The Scaffold’s Scouser-in-chief Mike "McGear" McCartney, the man whom Paul calls “our kid," and the ace photographer behind Mike McCartney's Early Liverpool book from Genesis Publications. We also chat with…
 
On Episode 54 of The Record Store Day Podcast, UK Music Producer Phil Thornalley talks about his new project Astral Drive, and his work with The Cure, Psychedelic Furs, Thompson Twins, Bryan Adams, Natalie Imbruglia, and more. Utopia bassist Kasim Sulton talks about working with newly inducted Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Todd Rundgren, Meat Loaf, and…
 
We couldn't be more thrilled to kick off SEASON THREE of the Record Store Day Podcast with the incredible Yola talking about her recent album, Stand For Myself, and what it means to be a Black English woman walking through the fire in Nashville. Plus, Matt Jencik calls in from Chicago to tell us about Reckless Records, and RSD's Carrie Colliton che…
 
Episode #52. On our season two finale, the Dap-Kings' Neal Sugarman and Gabriel Roth celebrate the legacy of the great Sharon Jones, Charles Bradley, and the whole Daptone family by way of a new triple-album, The Daptone Super Soul Review Live At The Apollo. Plus, Wesley Stace (the artist formerly known as John Wesley Harding) stops in to tell Paul…
 
In Episode #51, I.R.S. Records founder Miles Copeland III, author of a new memoir Two Steps Forward, One Step Back, regales us with tales of his life in the music business, including his ex-CIA father, his promoter brother Ian, and managing his other brother Stewart's band, The Police, all while playing a pivotal role in the recording careers of Th…
 
In Episode 50, we chat with Squeeze co-founder Chris Difford about his long career with the band and about his new podcast, I Never Thought It Would Happen, which benefits the UK charity, Help Musicians. We also remember Charlie Watts with musician/author Bill Janovitz (Rocks Off: 50 Tracks That Tell the Story of the Rolling Stones, 33 1/3: Exile O…
 
Episode #49. As summer winds down, we've put together a selection of previous interviews with a theme, all three guests have produced MANY influential and/or top-selling records. The Producers (Vol. 1) features Paul's chats with Tony Visconti (Bowie, T Rex, Thin Lizzy), Daniel Lanois (U2, Peter Gabriel, Neil Young, Emmylou Harris, and Eno collabora…
 
Episode #48: RSD Goes To The Movies. We reprise two great music documentary conversations from recent weeks, Questlove reveals how he ended up directing Summer Of Soul (...Or, When The Revolution Could Not Be Televised) and Edgar Wright joins Ron & Russell Mael from Sparks to talk about The Sparks Brothers. Also, RSD co-founder Eric Levin from Atla…
 
On Episode #47 of The Record Store Day Podcast, Michelle Zauner talks with Paul about her band Japanese Breakfast, whose new album Jubilee is a celebration in itself, but first legendary East Coast blues rocker George Thorogood talks about his rock and roll journey, his philosophy, and the extended reissue of his classic Live In Boston, '82 album. …
 
On the eve of RSD DROPS #2 (July 17), we welcome the return of 2021 Record Store Day Ambassador Fred Armisen, this time talking about his own RSD release, Parade Meeting (produced by Ty Segall). Then Kosmo Vinyl talks about his work with two legends of music, Ian Dury, and The Clash, the latter of whom Kosmo has curated for the RSD vinyl reissue of…
 
Episode 45 features a brief introduction to the creative and spirited world of Valerie June, whose new album The Moon And Stars: Prescriptions For Dreamers is a thing of soulful beauty. And Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson returns to give us an overview of his directorial debut, an electrifying music documentary called Summer of Soul (...or, When the Rev…
 
Crowded House linchpin Neil Finn Zooms in from New Zealand to talk about the state of the band and to celebrate their first album in ten years, Dreamers Are Waiting. Also, director Edgar Wright (Scott Pilgrim, Baby Driver, Shaun Of The Dead) joins Ron & Russel Mael of Sparks to talk about Wright's fan-tastic new documentary, The Sparks Brothers, an…
 
Episode #43 is a celebration of RSD Drops #1, June 12, starring Daniel Lanois, Chris Frantz & Tina Weymouth of Tom Tom Club, Cameron Crowe, John Carlin from Red, Hot + Blue, and Sam Calagione from our sponsor, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery. Also sponsored by Tito's Handmade Vodka and Kino Lorber DVD's release of the Billie Holiday documentary, Billie.…
 
On Episode #42, Boston music icon Juliana Hatfield talks about her brand new album Blood (American Laundromat), while comedy producer Dan Pasternack talks about Jonathan Winters: Unearthed (Comedy Dynamics) the three-disc, vinyl-only compilation that he produced and curated for RSD Drops #1 June 12. And RSD's Carrie Colliton talks about the Rock & …
 
Episode #41 features Norman Blake of Teenage Fanclub talking about their new album Endless Arcade (Merge), Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Nancy Wilson of Heart talks about her solo album, You And Me (Carry On Music) and scoring films for Cameron Crowe. If The Grand Ole Opry is Nashville's "motherchurch," then Grimey's New And Pre-Loved Music is the "oth…
 
Episode 40 features two humble artists whose music paints grand cinematic pictures. Robin Pecknold talks about Fleet Foxes gorgeous new album Shore (out now via Anti), while Tamara Lindeman discusses Ignorance, the moody and mysterious new one from The Weather Station (out now on Fat Possum). As always, RSD's Carrie Colliton drops by with all the R…
 
What's in our bag for Episode #39? A trip into the musical past with founding SNL cast member Laraine Newman discussing her new Audible audio memoir May You Live In Interesting Times, UK polymath producer and musician Steven Wilson on his dystopian new album, The Future Bites, and Marc Weinstein celebrates 30 years of Amoeba Music and the recent op…
 
Episode #38, Rachael Price and Bridget Kearney from Lake Street Dive walk us through their hot new album Obviously (Nonesuch), Matthew Sweet reports from Nebraska about his new album Catspaw (Omnivore). We also meet Lacie and Adam Lindstaedt from our featured retailer The Pour House, in Raleigh, NC. Meanwhile, also in Raleigh, RSD's Carrie Colliton…
 
Episode #37: We meet Arlo Parks, the London singer songwriter and poet behind the vibey new album Collapsed In Sunbeams, and Todd Rundgren Zooms in from the Chicago to give us an update on his Clearly Human Virtual Tour. Also, Gina Williams tells us about her lockdown album listening project, and RSD's Carrie Colliton announces this year's RSD Drop…
 
Episode 36 features Canadian ex-pat in California Michael Milosh talking about his band Rhye and their new album Home (Loma Vista), Emmy-winning comedian Dana Gould (The Simpsons) talks about his favorite comedy albums and his new Planet Of The Apes inspired YouTube talk show, Hanging With Doctor Z, David Swider calls in from featured indie store T…
 
In Episode 35 we meet Baltimore-raised soul stirrer Aaron Frazer who tells us all about his new Dan Auerbach (Black Keys) produced solo album Introducing... Aaron Frazer, plus Thad Cockrell tells us about working with Brittany Howard and how Jimmy Fallon gave an 11th hour boost to his Tony Berg produced 2020 album If In Case You Feel The Same. Lanc…
 
Episode #34 features musician extraordinaire Jon Batiste, leader of Stay Human from the CBS Late Show With Stephen Colbert and fresh from his collaboration with Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross on Pixar's Soul, and on the eve of his impressive new album We Are. We also meet Paige Brodsky from Streetlight Records in San Jose and Santa Cruz, and Carrie …
 
Episode #33, our first new episode of 2021 features a lengthy chat with Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson of The Roots, and The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, covering a broad range of topics, including films with "soul" in the title, what he learned from Prince, Dave Chappelle, growing up on the road with his musician parents and why the B-sides rule. A…
 
Episode #32 is all about 2020 Hindsight, and while we love ALL of our guests equally, Paul took just a few moments out of six shows from over the past year to make this "clip show" which includes excerpts from chats with Eric Burton and Adrian Quesada of Black Pumas, Lucinda Williams with Tom Overby, Jason Isbell, Chris Frantz from Talking Heads an…
 
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