Broken Record with Rick Rubin, Malcolm Gladwell, Bruce Headlam and Justin Richmond
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Graham Nash, Part 1
Introducing Started From The Bottom: Charlamagne Tha God
Giles Martin, Part 2
Burt Bacharach and Daniel Tashian: Broken Record Classic
Giles Martin, Part 1
Iggy Pop, Part 2
Iggy Pop, Part 1
Rick Rubin in Conversation with Malcolm Gladwell
John Frusciante Returns, Part 4
John Frusciante Returns, Part 3
Scoring Bad Women
Jacob Collier, Part 2
Jacob Collier, Part 1
From Inside Voice: Lake Bell and the Mechanics of Singing
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really good interview. the band had always been on my radar but i never got round to properly listening to them. the tracks they played on this pod were great. going to finally deep dive into them. start with the latest album and work backwards
Wtf is this?
nice interview bit no mention of Jesus as Lord and Savior
the interviews, as ever with Rick are amazing, but the most amazing thing listening to the tracks is the evolution of the band. as much younger guys, the fierceness and funk was representative of their age and influences, but too heavy for my taste. my favourite chillies albums were californication and by the way. the albums after were OK, but the great tracks on this pod from the new album hones their craft over all the years and all their styles through their career. really looking forward to listening to the whole album. they maybe in their late 50s now, but they're still absolutely relevant and have loads to offer to old fans and new.
Loved this episode! Thank you so much. Bonnie is a National Treasure ❤
that hard turn away from politics on to the wooden Indian was painful. this is Neil Young, let him talk politics.
another great interview. not a great fan of Mark Ronson but you can't ignore the impact he has had on music and the big names who work with him. the way he talks about the genesis of a dj set was super interesting
really loved this interview you particularly Rick's nouse in getting the absolute best out of musicians whilst in session, and dave taking notes for future sessions with artists!
this interview shouldve been awesome, had Rick been able to get a word in!! no doubt of Lisa's calibre, but I felt she was too much, me me me me and not enough about the phenomenal list of artists she has worked with. turned off after half hour.
Sturgill you get it brother! Keep being you and we will keep listening to you!
absolutely brilliant podcast!! only new to this series but this is a great story
amazing interview, and the pride and love of her dads work you can hear from adria is awesome. I continue to be mesmerized by rick's interviewing and knowledge..
Take a drink ever time Rick says "amazing".
This guy is an awful interviewer.
God I missTom
Hard listen and so many real emotions. Rip Justin
Blah blah blah.. Just more Liberal BS.