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The Age Old Question is an insightful and hilarious podcast for the music fan who has ever debated music's unanswerables. Each episode tackles another debate in music fandom ("Is D Minor the saddest of all keys?" "Why do people hate the Eagles?"...). Rich Price and Clint Bierman host and call on friends and experts to help settle them once and for all. Part of Pantheon Podcasts.
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Every week Al Kooper monitors new releases which are displayed online in 30-90 second samples (depending on where you go to download). Al has been loyal to iTunes since 2003 when they first began doing this. So for the past 15 years, Al has built up a formidable collection of wonderful, albeit not-well-known musics. This is a chance to share these treasures with anyone ready to listen on a weekly basis.
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In this episode, Rich and Clint celebrate the songs that celebrate other bands - the greatest references that one band or artist makes to another band or artist. Sometimes it's a tribute and act of reverence...sometimes it's a diss and a slam. Bands and artists discussed in this episode include Bruce Springsteen, Wheatus, David Bowie, Phish, Van Mo…
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Finally, The Old Man is back with more of his unique perspective on pop of the past. This time he looks at the hits of a month in which brutalizing house guests meant box office. There's gothiness, CanCon, returning teen idols, a song to look for a murderer in an odd Pacific Northwest town by, a rapping, crying soccer star, and a hit that is practi…
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In this episode, Rich and Clint discuss the greatest songs to drive to. But, of course, it's highly dependent on what type of driving. Clint walks through the critical driving scenarios (e.g. driving after a breakup, driving in the morning up to the ski mountain, white-knuckle driving at night...). Artists discussed in this episode include Tom Pett…
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In this episode, Rich and Clint discuss the great singing drummers - the multi-tasking geniuses that held down the groove and sang lead vocal. As Levon said, "normally singing is a full-time job, and drumming is a full-time job." He and a handful of others did it so well they'll be remembered always. With special guests Jeff Symonds and Will Evans.…
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In this episode, Rich and Clint celebrate the songs where the bands or artists give themselves a shout-out. Special phone-in guests include Brian Chartrand (of The Sweet Remains) and Jeff Symonds. Artists celebrates this week include The Monkees, The Beastie Boys, NWA, Eminem, Survivor, Steely Dan, The Who, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Beatles an…
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This week, Rich and Clint explore the great "numbers about numbers," the songs with numbers in the their titles. It turns out, numbers have inspired some of the greatest songs in music history, but what's the greatest of them all? Special guest this week is Chris Baron, lead singer and writer in the Spin Doctors. Chris talks about their big hit "Tw…
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In this episode, Rich and Clint go deep on the world of James Bond themes. There have been 25 "official" James Bond films, and each one features an iconic opening credits theme. Through the years, the Bond theme is a time capsule of its time, featuring a band or artist of its era, from Shirley Bassey and Tom Jones of the 60s, Paul McCartney and Car…
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This week, Rich and Clint return to "most profound lyrics," with some great suggestions from listeners and regular guests, including Kelli O'Hara (currently starring on Broadway in Days Of Wine & Roses), Will Evans, Josh Panda, Jack Gauthier, Rian Alfiero and many more. The episode explores examples of lyrics that somehow distill the human experien…
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This time Roger looks back at a time when Sam Malone + Thomas Magnum + Carey Mahoney = blockbuster. The hits of the moment included a Ray Charles cover by a Tipper Gore target, a military exercise, a matrimonial anthem, lovers who show varying degrees of devotion, accompaniment for women writhing on automobiles, and an operatic rocker meeting the r…
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In this episode, Rich and Clint discuss the most profound lyrics of all-time. Every so often, an artist distills the entire human experience down to a single line or phrase in a way that is so moving or surprising it stops you in your tracks. Artists discussed today include The Rolling Stones, Greg Brown, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Crosby St…
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Another one so soon? Roger's really pressing to get even close to caught up, so here he is again to talk about the hits of the month Bo Derek became a thing. There's punk destruction, sappy closing credits music, mixed feelings about the wireless, counterintuitive action, a band's other dirty-minded hit, and a twangy boat trip. Explore on YouTube: …
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In this episode, Rich and Clint discuss the greatest music for kids - which, by the way, is often music that wasn't made for kids at all. Listeners won't be surprised to hear some stories about The Beatles, but also Ziggy Marley, Jerry Garcia, Johnny Cash, Jack Johnson, Vince Guaraldi and more. Part of Pantheon Podcasts. Learn more about your ad ch…
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This time Roger looks back at the CanUKUS hits from the month when the movies helped make Jack Skellington and Rudy Ruettiger household names. The charts featured some bedroom boasting, reefer-fueled madness, anti-consumerist Swedish rap, an icon's first major pop hit, possibly the best disco hit of the 90s, and that song that those guys on that sh…
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Finally, Roger returns with an episode about the hits of the month when Madonna truly began her legend. There's two songs sort of about coke, a victim of the prejudices of the time, superstar indulgent pretentiousness, British wedding music, and political wrestling. https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDWLXjsOJPQlNQW_EpDr7O9JXah8_lZrM&si=Eji6cKXrFq_…
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In this episode, Rich and Clint follow up their Dec 2020 episode ("Best Opening Lines" episode) by discussing the greatest CLOSING lines in music history. Which song has the most impactful, surprising, meaningful, evocative closing lyric of all-time? The guys discuss Frank Sinatra, Led Zeppelin, Tenacious D, Eminem, Pink Floyd, Joni Mitchell, The K…
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In this episode, Rich and Clint talk about the greatest songs about songs, the ones about the art and inspiration of writing the song itself. Sometimes, the writing of the song is the main inspiration and subject of the song that's being written. It's all very meta, and Rich and Clint have fun with it. Songs and artists discussed include Leonard Co…
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Roger is way behind on the chart shows, and the latest attempt to catch up begins 51 years ago. There's a tale of a post-apocalyptic Big Apple, a legend's shockingly successful genitalia joke, an ode to a biker chick, primitive electronic music, the prog beginnings of a metal legend, and one of the biggest downers to ever hit #1. Get out of the roa…
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In this episode, Rich and Clint discuss the greatest TV theme songs of all-time? From the Flintstones to Family Guy and all the great ones in between, what is the greatest?! With phone-in nominees from Stephen Kellogg, Kelli O'Hara, Jeff Symonds, Dave Levine, Brian Chartrand and Peter Day. Proudly part of the Pantheon Podcast network. Learn more ab…
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For his latest celebration of Spooky Season, Roger changes things up. First, he invites his comedian brother on to discuss this year's subject. And second, that subject is not a TV show but rather a theatrically released movie: 1986's Trick or Treat, the story of a teenage boy who brings his favorite heavy metal singer back to life by playing a rec…
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This time Roger looks at the hits from a time when America's final answer for entertainment was watching a kid who saw dead people. There was room boomin', love seekin', bottom droppin', view sharin', war profiteerin', and farewell smoochin'. You will have my love if you listen to this one.YouTube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDWLXjsOJPQmPRZ…
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This time Roger looks back 35 years to a month when the Brat Pack went west and Public Enemy went to prison...for a few hours. The hits of the day included second-generation reggae, a fine Springsteen knockoff, a revived Motown chestnut, a solo Go-Go (not that one), and a guy who could, and perhaps should, have been a superstar. Oh, and Roger tries…
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In this episode, Rich and Clint discuss some of the ways in which artificial intelligence is transforming the music industry — the creation of music and how we consume it. What are the legal implications of AI-generated compositions that are created by neural networks that ingest and learn from source material by actual artists? Is it a force for g…
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This time Roger goes back to a time when he was about a month away from starting kindergarten. While a shark gobbled up moviegoers' dollars, radios were playing songs about a nobody dreaming of a glittery future, the danger of firearms (by a band from the American South, no less), blabbermouth vegetation, a horse that definitely did have a name, se…
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In this episode, Rich and Clint recap HUG YOUR FARMER, a music benefit concert in Burlington that raised $219K for Vermont farmers reeling from July's flooding. The concert's theme was a celebration of the music of Bob Dylan, and featured Chadwick Stokes (of Dispatch), Tony-winner Kelli O'Hara, Martin Sexton, Mike Gordon (of Phish) with his daughte…
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Roger's two months behind, but the comeback begins with a look at the hits of the summer Will Smith punched an alien and some Scots clones a sheep. There was bilingual rap, a thwarted tryst, a teenage torch singer, a tune to drop from the ceiling by, and some Eastern dabbling from the child of a child star. This episode loves you all.YouTube playli…
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This week, Rich and Clint celebrate the songs that offer the listener instructions - "you've got to know when to hold them...", "step out the back, Jack!" The songs that don't just put us in a particular frame of mind but offer instructions on what to do and how to do it. With special guest Peter Day. • Intro • Two starters (as provided by listener…
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The tournament to crown the most Uneasy Riderish US Top 40 hit continues with a bracket containing songs about school kids, songs by school kids, good days, wishes, girls, losers, sunshine, units of time, being famous, self-identification, breakfast, trailers and more. You'll enjoy this one even if you don't wear Abercrombie and Fitch. YouTube play…
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