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Bizarre Albums

Tony Thaxton

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Tony Thaxton explores the weirder side of music, celebrating and telling the story behind those strange albums that make you wonder how and why they exist. Doing deep dives on albums released by pro athletes, actors, fictional characters, and more. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bizarrealbums/support
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These are The Albums That Saved Us...don't forget the songs that made you smile and the songs that made you cry. The music podcast based around the albums that changed our lives if you grew up in the 80s, MAYBE into the 90s, and SOMETIMES back to the 70s. #albumsthatsavedus
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Jim Salveson rediscovers some of Indie Rock's most iconic albums with the people who helped make them the classic's they are. From Punk to Brit Pop from Rock to Madchester you'll hear the stories behind some of the greatest LPs to ever grace your record collection and be inspired to go back and listen to them again, right through to the hole in the middle.The interviews in this podcast were recorded for the XS Long Player series on XS Manchester. Where classic albums we're played in full. Yo ...
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Tales Vinyl Tells is my podcast that evolved into my radio show that airs weekly on RadioFreeNashville. I had quite a few LPs that I collected in the late 60s and 70s and I always knew the magic of the albums of that era of album-oriented rock brought back memories of times, people, smells, tastes and feelings. I hope it does for you too. Back-stories and album liner notes tie the tunes together. I’m your host Brian Hallgren and you should hear the Tales Vinyl Tells!
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A celebratory look at the history of Jesus Music and Contemporary Christian Music through the stories, songs and artists that created the greatest Christian albums of all time. Each episode we continue to countdown the 1,001 greatest CCM albums of all time!
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Garbage - Emiily Saliers - KT Tunstall - Princess Nokia - Death of Lovers - Valentina Cooke - El Viaje de Jim - Ratones Paranoicos - Sarah Walk - Sufjan Stevens - Ten Years After - Stereophonics - Eminem - Recwall - Blitzen Trapper - Popa Chubby - Manu Chao - El Estrellero - Litto Nebbia y Pez - Bersuit Vergarabat - Chico Buarque - Franz Ferdinand
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Garbage - Emiily Saliers - KT Tunstall - Princess Nokia - Death of Lovers - Valentina Cooke - El Viaje de Jim - Ratones Paranoicos - Sarah Walk - Sufjan Stevens - Ten Years After - Stereophonics - Eminem - Recwall - Blitzen Trapper - Popa Chubby - Manu Chao - El Estrellero - Litto Nebbia y Pez - Bersuit Vergarabat - Chico Buarque - Franz Ferdinand
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Fink - Bruce Cockburn - Avenged Sevenfold - Mars Overdrive - Chris Thomas King - Wolf Parade - The Corrs - Pond - Luna - Pale Sees - Gizmodrome - Foo Fighters - Dan Holt - L.A. Witch - Marilyn Manson - Van Morrison - Manchester Orchestra - Torres - Kadavar - Ringo Starr - Donkey Pilots
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Robert Plant - Amy O - First In Space - The Fall - The Fresh And Onlys – Daughter - Bomba Estereo - The War On Drugs - The Dream Syndicate - Brand New – Whitehorse - Savoy Brown - Tori Amos - Queens Of Stone Age - Oh Sees - Richard Thompson - The Cribs - Lcd Sounsystem - Gogol Bordello - Gregg Allman - Steven Wilson - Happy Abandon
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Delbert McClinton - The Afghan Whigs - James Elkington - Tim Cohen - The Strypes - Uriyah & The Psychedelics – Cast – Hollerado - Jason Loewenstein - Geoff Gibbons - Carolyn Wonderland - Cable Ties - The Routes - Menace Beach - - Psymon Spine – Incubus - Modern English - American Opera - Sigmund Fried – Styx - Dead Letter Circus - Trevor Sensor – Big Hogg - This Is The Kit – Coldplay
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Kasabian - John Mellencamp - Jesca Hoop - John Mayall - Imagine Dragons – Arbouretum – Alt-J - Foo Fighters - Clap Your Hands Say Yeah - Die Toten Hosen – Elbow - Feist - Dropkick Murphys – Fufanu - Deep Purple - PJ Harvey - The Chainsmokers – Coldplay - Ed Sheeran - Fleet Foxes – Ibeyi – Cast - Magic Giant y Vargas Blues Band
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Futbol - Paddy and the Rats – Animal Collective - Tinariwen - Taj Mahal & Keb' Mo' - Ian Anderson - Real Estate - Joshua James - The Cranberries - Anna Calvi – The Chainsmokers - Summer Moon - Watermelon Slim - La Patrulla Espacial - Perfume Etereo - Novo Amor – Unkle - Los Campesinos! - Iron and Wine - Señamelo Usted - Buika - Kevin Morby
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The Feelies - The Mountain Goats - Spoon - Michael Chapman - Los Espiritus - Why? - Youth Killed It - Ryan Adams - All Them Witches - Bad Temper Joe - Wire - King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - Soda Stereo - Slowdive - Bad//Dreems - Ani DiFranco - Thurston Moore - Charly Garcia - Roger Waters - The Kooks - Gene Loves Jezebel - Depeche Mode
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Gang Of Youth - Filthy Friends - Emma Russack - Flamin Groovies - Deerhof - U2 - Bjork - The Accidentals - Nadine Shah - Motorpsycho - Cat Stevens - Tera Melos - Living Colour - The Cadillac Three - The The - Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile - Billy Corgan - Tribalistas - Our Lady Peace - The Surfing Magazines - Neil Young - Joan Osborne - Baby In Vain
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Judah & The Lion - Kite Base - The Shins - Miraculous Mule - The Flaming Lips – Headstones - The Wood Brothers - Juliana Hatfield - Sleepy Sun - Bad Gial - Queen of the Stone Age - Black Angels, The Sadies - Cowbell - Mumford and Sons - Tonolec - Delbert McClinton - John Martyn - Mark Lanegan - Geoff Gibbons
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From the classics to those rare gems you forgot about, each week music blogger Sam Smith reviews an album celebrating an anniversary. Offering a mix of history, quirky facts, and of course tunes, catch anniversary albums every Monday on Morning Glory with Geneva for your fix of music history.
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Youth Killed It - The Magnetic Fields - The Underground Youth - Steve Hackett - Guided By Voices - Residente - Manu Chao - Roadkill Ghost Choir - Julian Cope - One Day, After School... - Ha Ha Tonka - Procol Harum - Hoops - The New Year - Smile Empty Soul - We Are Monroe - Jesu & Sun Kil Moon - Mary Ocher - Sleater-Kinney - Pierce Brothers - Sheryl Crow - Juana Molina - No Money Kids - Vant - Lian Gallagher
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Cowbell, Ron Gallo, 311, Post War Glamour Girls, The Builders and the Butchers, The Mountain Goats, MISSIO, The National, Half Japanese, Hawkwind, The Stevenson Ranch Davidians, Meatbodies, Ride, Alice Cooper, The Verve Pipe, The War on Drugs, Cold War Kids, Skipinnish, The Kills, Gov't Mule, Lorde, Lindsey Buckingham & Christine McVie
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Rise against - The Jesus And Mary Chain - The Goo Goo Dolls - Secondhand Serenade - The Verve Pipe - Little Hurricane - The Homesick - The Brian Jonestown Massacre - North Mississippi Allstars - Gilligan Smiles - Natalia Lafourcade - Miss Bolivia - Gustavo Santaolalla - Sufjan Stevens - The Blue Aeroplanes - Dope Lemon - Balance and Composure - El Cuarteto de Nos - La Teoría del Caos - Carolyn Wonderland – Tamikrest - Las Rosas - Moby & The Void Pacific Choir - Fairport Convention – Ozomatli ...
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Las novedades discográficas internacionales de Junio 2018 con Roger Daltrey, Muddy Ruckus, Laura Carbone, Father John Misty, Vital Idles, Beach Skulls, Holy Esque, John Parish, Dave Matthews Band, Howlin Rain, M. Ward, Lunatic Soul, Gin Blossoms, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Arthur Buck, Johnny Marr, Mike Shinoda, Buddy Guy, Wilko Johnson, Nick Lowe, Brandenburg, Nine Inch Nails, Billy Raffoul, Cats On The Beach, Don't Worry, Jim James y Bullet For My Valentine
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Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums

Rolling Stone | Amazon Music

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The stories behind some of the most essential albums of all time, told by the artists who made them and Rolling Stone’s writers and editors. Each episode focuses on one album from the brand-new, updated version of Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums list, featuring fresh conversations with the people who made the music, classic interview audio and expert commentary. Episodes include the late Tom Petty on his solo classic Wildflowers, Taylor Swift talking about her career-changing 2012 album ...
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The promise: A non bias perspective of every rock album that you should consider for your music library. Catch all the videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCymI0DF_RA6nAd58dw6XeDg Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/steviej/support
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Albums

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Join Tim & Tom as they listen to the whole album.Every episode they discuss listening to an album they haven’t heard before from beginning to end. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Chris and Henry are on an continuing journey to visit the past, wrestle it into the unexpurgated present, … and perhaps give it the context it deserves. Joined by their social media director Megan, they review 5 albums for each month of the 80s and nail down whether or not you should dig these out AGAIN!
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The Great Albums

The Great Albums

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Two indie rock musicians, Bill Lambusta and Brian Erickson, dive into the fandom of great rock and pop music and how it connects to their lives through the lens of the medium they care for most, the album. Episodes frequently include guest contributions from musicians, podcasters, and journalists and always culminate in a track by track review.
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Un samedi par mois de 19h à 20h. Pénétrez sans crainte dans cette quête musico-archéologique, à la recherche du sillon inconnu car le Dr Bro sera votre guide ! Ici, on célèbre les oubliés, c’est la face B de l’histoire de la musique, et tous les genres y passent. On continue, pour une 6ème saison, sur un format playlist thématique, et pour la saison 2019/2020, on va essayer de condenser toujours plus d'anecdotes ! Les podcasts des premières saisons restent tous en réécoute : 58 formats court ...
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Ich wollte dieses Album immer machen, aber es sollte irgendwie niemals fertig werden. Ist es jetzt doch. Wie zur Hölle das geklappt hat, was ich dafür getan habe, wie der Prozess aussah und was jetzt mit mir und der Musik passiert, erfahrt ihr in dem wohl ehrlichsten Podcast der Musikindustrie von mir, Fynn Kliemann und Gästen, die viel mehr Ahnung von dem Kram haben als ich…
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Tales Vinyl Tells PodcastEpisode 147: Juneteenth SpecialJune 20, 2024Here it is again. My annual salute to the celebration of the end of slavery on June 19, 1865 when Union General Gordon Granger read federal orders in Galveston, Texas that all previously enslaved people in Texas were free even though the emancipation proclamation had formally free…
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On this episode of the XS Long Player we welcome the gravel voiced Ben Ottewell onto the podcast to talk about Gomez's 1998 debut 'Bring It On'. This conversation with Ben about the making of the album is a great reminder what a brilliant collection of songs the album is, how original and different it felt at the time of release and how meteoric th…
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 Formed in Long Island, New York, in the late 1960s, Blue Oyster Cult or B.O.C. has etched its name in rock history with a unique blend of hard rock, heavy metal, and psychedelic influences. Known for their cryptic lyrics and complex musicianship, Blue Oyster Cult has maintained a distinctive sound that has garnered a dedicated fan base over the de…
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In 1989 The Wonder Stuff released their seminal second album 'Hup' and that album is the topic of this episode of the XS Long Player. Miles Hunt joins Jim Salveson to share the stories, insight and inspiration behind this classic album including how the bands US tour inspired its sound, how long-term member Martin Bell was only supposed to deliver …
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Big Audio Dynamite was a band formed from the slowly drifting ashes of The Clash. The Clash would last a little longer, but would never be the same. Co-founder Mick Jones had just been kicked out of The Clash for wanting to move the punk pioneers in new directions and into new sounds. Less than a year later, Jones quickly regrouped with Big Audio D…
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Episode 143, 144, 145 & 146: Vacation Time Link for all four on StudioMillsWellness. May 13, 2024Hope you’ve been enjoying those Tales Vinyl Tells. As you can see, there are four episodes that were prerecorded for such a time as this. I’ve got an amazing adventure ahead, with my gal and her sister. Places we’ll visit include Istanbul, Athens, Rome …
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On this episode I’m joined by Gerry Leonard for a deep dive into Hinterland, the band he formed in the late 80s with Donal Coughlan, and the duo's 1990 album Kissing the Roof of Heaven. Both Coughlan and Leonard had been in a variety of Dublin bands during the 80s but it wasn’t until they both moved to Copenhagen in 1986 that they got to know each …
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Episode 142: The Album Rock Of The 60s & 70s Doesn't Get Old. Only We Do, If We Allow It.May 4, 2024 MAY THE 4TH BE WITH YOU! The aging process on humans is real. What we do and don’t do may play a big part in how that process affects us or not. The vinyl LPs of that era and the new ones being purchased today will last a lot longer than the color i…
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Joining me on this special bonus episode are Dr Richard McMahon (lecturer in History at Mary Immaculate College in Limerick) and Mike Smalle (academic librarian, musician and former frontman of the great Galway band Cane 141) to discuss Bring Your Own Hammer, a collaborative project that brings historians and composers together to create new song c…
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Tales Vinyl Tells podcast Episode 141: Dickey Betts Salute , A Sleigh Ride On Nantucket? Details HereApril 27, 2024The proverbial circle of life continues to turn and we might find ourself getting in touch with our own mortality as time moves on. This week I reminisce, as I often do hearing this music. The sense input usually brings up feelings, em…
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We’ve been waiting to do this one for a while! On this episode of the XS Long Player we go back to 1993 and talk to seminal Manchester band James about their classic album ‘Laid’. Taking a rare (for the band) moment to look at the back catalogue is Saul Davies (violin, guitar in the album) who talks to Jim Salveson about working with Brian Eno, why…
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Episode 140: Another 15 Million Unit LP, Long Time Since Phoenix Flew And MoreApril 19, 2024The ironies in life… This hour-long show just played on RadioFreeNashville.org and yesterday I was informed that Dickey Betts of the Allman Brothers Band had passed away peacefully. He was 80. Jaimoe is the soul survivor of the original ABB now. The irony be…
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Pearl Harbour has quite a musical legacy. Aspart of the 70’s San Francisco rock scene she sang background vocals for the Tubes. She formed her own band Pearl Harbour and the Explosions, released analbum, and toured with the Talking Heads. She moved to London and became part of a new scene and became connected with The Clash, eventually marrying Cla…
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Episode 139: More Of The Great Rock From The 60s & 70s And BeyondApril 13, 2024Some summer songs, some blues from Super Session, Janis and Lee Michaels, a Gershwin treatment, an hour filled with tasty treats.Thank you to all the sustaining givers that support this podcast. It costs to keep this going and my efforts have not gone unappreciated. You’…
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On this episode I’m joined by Liam Heffernan and Ricky Dineen from Big Boy Foolish, a post-punk duo from the northside of Cork City who have just released their debut album – Stall the Ball. Ricky was the guitarist in the legendary bands Nun Attax, Five Go Down to the Sea? and Beethoven and Liam Heffernan played guitar with another Cork band Mean F…
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Episode 137: Nostalgia: "A Sentimental Longing Or Wistful Affection....April 3, 2024…for the past, typically for a period or place with happy personal associations”. Yeh man! Like the 60s & 70s. Playing for change remakes songs with musicians from all over the world with sometimes odd instruments, did you enjoy Joy of Cooking? Not the book, but the…
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Episode 136: The Vince PlaylistApril 3, 2024My friend, Vince, went in for heart surgery and I made sure to see him beforehand and wish him the best. That was the last time I saw him. They couldn't fix his heart valve. So our only choice was to mourn. Luckily, before all this, Vince told me that he had all the Tales Vinyl Tells episodes up to that t…
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In this very special and emotional episode we talk to friends and fans of Michael Knott who recently shed his mortal coil and passed into eternity. Michael rich legacy of music with bands like The Lifesavers, Lifesavers Underground, Cush, Aunt Betty's, Idle Lovell and more have had a permanent impact on music fans around the world. He was loved, ad…
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On this episode I talk about My Favorite Concert Shirts and the Ones That Got Away. Over the years I amassed quite a collection of concert shirts, at quite an expense. I then gave them away in one fell swoop to a pair of identical twin teens who probably hadn’t heard of half the bands. I was wearing concert t-shirts before they were even born! --- …
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Episode 135: Another Leg In The 7 Continent Tour 2024, The Dark Continent & EuropeMarch 21, 2024In this 3rd leg of the 7 Continent Tour of 2024, it’s a visit to the African continent and a jump to Europe. Music from the group Africa, Paul Simon, John Mayall and more than enough to fill your ears with an hour of the great LP cuts from the 60s and 70…
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Episode 134: How Long Has It Been Since You've Heard These? Ever?March 16, 2024In a conversation with my friend Bonnie, she said how hearing a certain tune brought back memories of a time long ago. Who she was hanging out with, what music he was listening to (and the B-52’s Rock Lobster was driving her crazy). He played it over and over, saturating…
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With their sixth studio album, "Black Celebration," Depeche Mode embarked on an artistic exploration that delved deeper into the shadows of human existence. Released in 1986, Black Celebration represents a pivotal moment in Depeche Mode's career, marking a departure from their earlier synthpop sound and paving the way for a more mature and brooding…
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On this episode I’m joined by Martin McCann and John Brereton of Dublin band Sack for a deep dive into the making of the band's second album Butterfly Effect. It's a long conversation talking in their first band, Lord John White, moving to London, signing to Lemon Records, touring in the UK, the release of their acclaimed first singles and their de…
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This is the first leg of the 7 Continents World Tour that actually played on podcast episode 23 in January of 2020. At that time, I posted on StudioMillsWellness.com/tales-vinyl-tells, “Sure, it’s imaginary but it’s safe and healthy and has some pretty good music in it. Climb aboard! The upcoming episode or more will include visits to Brazil, Cuba,…
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It can be very fun hearing music from other countries and this 2nd leg of the 7 Continent Tour features steel drums, Brazilian samba and you know, much more.Thanks for all your support. Find out more at Patron.podbean.com/talesvinyltellssupport. A Great Big Thank You to all you sustainers who love what I do here.Stream all 133 episodes of Tales Vin…
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Episode 131: Artist Names In Songs And So Much MoreFebruary 23, 2024Ok, so it’s only two songs with artists name in them, really just one because the other doesn’t really zero in. After you listen to this one, you’ll know what I mean. But Creeque Alley does go through quite a few artists like all The Mamas and Papas, The Spoonful and iterations of …
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On this episode I’m joined by Liam McKahey and Davey Ray Moor for a deep dive into Cousteau’s self-titled debut album from 1999. Cousteau were formed in London in the late 90s when singer McKahey, from Cork, hooked up with songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Ray Moor, from Canberra. Cousteau’s self-titled debut album was released in 1999 by the sm…
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Episode 130: Another Hour Of Great Tunes From The 60s & 70s (As I Say, "Mostly")February 15, 2024There’s a tradition here at TVT to try not to repeat any tunes. Unsuccessful I’ve been but if I do repeat, there’s a high quality put on a number. That’s why we start out with two from Traffic’s John Barleycorn Must Die LP. It is a very cool musical mas…
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A record breaking American Olympic athlete makes history, but much of America isn't fond of the way he acts...so he takes his "talents" to Japan. This is the story of Carl Lewis & Electric Storm's Idaten, from 1985. Support the show: patreon.com/bizarrealbums Follow the show on Twitter & Instagram: @bizarrealbums Follow Tony on Twitter & Instagram:…
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Episode 129: Tommy Talton Tribute, Yes Minus One (ABWH), Lots MoreFebruary 8, 2024As I kick back and enjoy the warmth of the south for a month (lucky me), the weekly show spins on. Technology, amazing thing. I’ve got some live shows being uploaded into space and reflected back to earth to RadioFreeNashville and zip zip. They magically appear at 5PM…
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