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Mad Season 3

Posted by Podmaster On April - 30 - 2013

Mad Season’s classic riff from “I Don’t Know Anything” kicks off episode 3, setting the dark tone that leads into Barrett Martin’s discussion of Layne Staley’s demons. “It might be dark,” he says, “but it’s a dark beauty…Layne was able to conjure that in his voice.


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Mad Season 2

Posted by Podmaster On April - 25 - 2013

Mike McCready and Barrett Martin look back on they eventually named the band “Mad Season,” and the Moore Theater (Seattle) show, It was previously immortalized in video form, and its audio is now available on the Above deluxe reissue.


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Rodriguez – Searching for Sugar Man 3

Posted by Podmaster On April - 24 - 2013

Episode 3 features more from Stephen ‘Sugar’ Segerman and Craig Bartholomew Strydom, on how they prepared a mid-90s CD release of the 2nd Rodriguez album, Coming from Reality.  Which was surprisingly easier to do than tracking down any information on the artist, himself, so they dug into the lyrics to hopefully find some clues.


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Rodriguez – Searching for Sugar Man 2

Posted by Podmaster On April - 19 - 2013

The “Searching for Sugar Man” series continues with backstory on how conditions in South Africa were ripe for a socially conscious artist like Rodriguez to appeal to the country’s liberal whites – especially the musicians.


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Mad Season 1

Posted by Podmaster On April - 19 - 2013

The four part Mad Season podcast hosted by Matt Pinfield tells the story of this Seattle supergroup and their one album, Above.  Mike McCready (Pearl Jam), Barrett Martin (Streaming Trees) and the late Layne Staley (Alice in Chains) describe how McCready’s rehab stint with late bassist Jon Baker Saunders inspired this acclaimed side project. 

Songs in the series include their mid-90s radio hits “River of Deceit,” “I Don’t Know Anything,” and newly released live recordings featured on the Above Deluxe 2cd Reissue in stores now from Legacy Recording.  You’ll also her “Locomotive,” featuring Mark Lanegan on brand new vocals laid over a previously unfinished instrumental track.  Matt Pinfield hosts.


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