Clint and Richie continue the series with The White Album. This is part one and covers the first 2 sides of this EPIC double album by the fabs. We had fun, talked about the music, and told some stories. Enjoy!
Richie flies solo to talk about the books he's been reading during the pandemic:
I Want My MTV - Craig Marks, Rob Tannenbaum
The Beastie Boys Book - Micheal Diamond, Adam Horovitz
The Gospel According to Luke - Steve Lukather
How Music Works - David Byrne
Not Dead Yet: The Memoir - Phil Collins
Past guest Ernie Dunn joins Clint and Richie with 5 bands that he thinks we should all be listening to. On this Podcast we discuss:
Mo Lowda & the Humble
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We sit down, virtually, with Andrew for another cool discussion. Topic covered:
New Album: Everyone Everywhere
Pandemic and its effects on working artists
What's coming up?
What are you listening to?
Listen to Everyone Everywhere here:
Clint and I take a break to do a little freewheeling. Topics discussed:
Craig Smith name drop
Andrew Scotchie and the River Rats
Bro Country :)
Rich and Clint are back with a halftime show in our Beatles series. We break from the "studio releases" and talk about this extended EP/LP soundtrack to a tv show extravaganza. Sit back and enjoy the ride.
Richie talks about quarantine life and reviews a bit of the first year of the podcast. The music you hear in this episode:
Once in a Lifetime - Talking Heads
Lovely Day - Bill Withers
Everything She Wants - Wham
The Whole of the Moon - Waterboys
Dear God - XTC
Richie and Clint are back with the fourth episode covering The Beatles albums Rubber Soul through Abbey Road. In this episode, they talk Sgt. Pepper, Paul's dead, Penny Lane, Strawberry Fields and more!
Richie is joined again by long-time friend and fellow Beatles fan Clint Robinette. This is the second in a series where the Beatles albums Rubber Soul through Let it Be. This time around it's the groundbreaking Revolver. Enjoy!
In this episode, I talk with my daughter Briannah about her favorite artist Bryce Avery and his band The Rocket Summer. We also get to talk about a TRS show we attended together in September in Charlotte. It's a fun conversation and you get a brief introduction into a really talented dude.