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Simon & Garfunkel: Live 1969 3

Posted by Podmaster On June - 16 - 2009ADD COMMENTS

The Simon & Garfunkel “Live 1969” podcast continues with Paul Simon discussing his songwriting style as interviewed in 1966. Bud Scoppa adds comments on the full band arrangements on this tour, and how the crowd reacted to their first exposure to songs from the yet-to-be-released “Bridge Over Troubled Water” album.

Features these tracks from Live 1969

  • “Silver Haired Daddy of Mine”
  • “Why Don’t You Write Me”
  • “Mrs Robinson”
  • “Kathy’s Song”
  • “Bridge Over Troubled Water”
  • “Time of Innocence”

Producer: Joyride Media

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Willie Nelson: Naked Willie 2

Posted by Podmaster On June - 15 - 2009ADD COMMENTS

Billy Bob Thornton and Mickey Raphael continue their discussion of how Mickey produced the Naked Willie album from Nelson’s 1960s RCA sessions.

Producer: Vella Interactive

Recommended: Naked Willie

Moby on Jeff Buckley

Posted by Podmaster On June - 11 - 2009ADD COMMENTS

Acclaimed recording Artist, Moby, recalls his own experiences with Jeff Buckley and his music. He was instantly a fan when he first saw Buckley in 1991, even though Jeff was dating Moby’s ex-girlfriend at the time.

In stores now – Grace Around The World Deluxe Edition (CD/DVD+DVD Documentary Amazing Grace: Jeff Buckley)

Producer: Vella Interactive

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Jazz: The 59 Sound 2

Posted by Podmaster On June - 10 - 2009ADD COMMENTS

In 1959, Jazz musicians and fans were both ready for changes beyond the bebop sound that had been popular since the mid 1940s.   Unfortunately, there was some resistance at the record companies responsible for bringing the new music to the marketplace.  Eventually, the labels were happy their artists like Dave Brubeck persisted, once “Take Five” became the biggest selling jazz single of all time.

Ben Ratliff, Dave Brubeck and Brubeck’s manager Russell Gloyd recall what was different about Time Out.

In stores now – Dave Brubeck Quartet: Time Out (2CD+DVD 50th Anniversary Edition)

Producer: Joyride Media

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Simon & Garfunkel: Live 1969 2

Posted by Podmaster On June - 9 - 2009ADD COMMENTS

Episode 2 begins with journalist Bud Scoppa’s thoughts on how Simon & Garfunkel’s music compared and contrasted with the early 1960s folk revivalists like The Kingston Trio, as well as the later folk-rock sounds of the three Bs – Bob Dylan, The Byrds and The Beatles.

Features these tracks from Live 1969

  • “Why Don’t You Write Me”
  • “That Silver Haired Daddy of Mine”
  • “Scarborough Fair”
  • “Sounds of Silence”
  • “Time of Innocence”

Producer: Joyride Media

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Willie Nelson: Naked Willie 1

Posted by Podmaster On June - 8 - 2009ADD COMMENTS

Willie Nelson’s harmonica player Mickey Raphael and actor/musician Billy Bob Thornton discuss the making of the new album Naked Willie in this three-part podcast series.

While producing Naked Willie, Raphael went back to the Nelson’s RCA masters from the 60s to strip away the orchestrations of Chet Atkins’ Nashville Sound.  The result is 17 tracks as naked as Willie wanted them.

In this first episode, Billy Bob and Mikey touch on Mickey’s own musical roots and the origins of this project.

Producer: Vella Interactive

Recommended: Naked Willie

Duncan Sheik on Jeff Buckley

Posted by Podmaster On June - 4 - 2009ADD COMMENTS

Our Jeff Buckley podcast series celebrates the release of the Grace Around the World CD/DVD set with stories about Buckley told by his closest relatives, friends, and collaborators – plus some notable fans within the music industry.

Singer/songwriter Duncan Sheik kicks this series off with his memories of seeing Jeff Buckley perform in 1994.  He uses such vivid detail that its clear this show affected him deeply as both a fan and an artist.

Producer: Vella Interactive


Jeff Buckley – Grace Around the World

New CD+DVD release compiles live audio and video footage of Jeff Buckley on tour in 94-95, performing songs from his breakthrough album Grace, including the title track, “Last Goodbye” and his now legendary take on Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.”

The standard DVD+CD package features 12 audio tracks and 17 video pieces.  Rare, intimate interview clips are included between songs on the DVD.

For true fans, the deluxe 3-disc package adds a second DVD with the acclaimed documentary Jeff Buckley – Amazing Grace, plus collectibles such as a poster, postcards and a backstage laminate.

More details online at www.jeffbuckley.com

Jazz: The 59 Sound 1

Posted by Podmaster On June - 3 - 2009ADD COMMENTS

Welcome to the first episode of JAZZ: THE ’59 SOUND – a four-part look into how 1959 became jazz’s greatest year.   Dave Brubeck – Time Out, Charles Mingus – Mingus Ah-Um and Miles Davis & Gil Evans – Sketches of Spain are three 1959 jazz albums featured as examples of new directions musicians began taking that year.

Throughout this series, you’ll hear clips of songs from those albums, as well as interviews with Dave and Darius Brubeck, Sue Mingus, journalist Ben Ratliff and others.

Producer:  Joyride Media

Free mp3 downloads by Miles Davis & Gil Evans, Charles Mingus and Dave Brubeck from Amazon.com

Simon And Garfunkel: Live 1969 1

Posted by Podmaster On May - 26 - 2009ADD COMMENTS

Rita Houston from WFUV-FM in New York hosts the story of Simon & Garfunkel, from their early days in Queens, NY to their 1969 tour captured on the new live album, Live 1969.

Throughout this series, we’ll hear archival interview clips with Paul and Art and new comments by pop journalist Bud Scoppa. We’ll even hear from two of Paul & Art’s Forest Hills High School classmates – Stuart Hochman and Robert Lieberman (director of the documentary Last Stop Kew Gardens).

Featured tracks from Live 1969

  • Homeward Bound
  • Song For the Asking
  • At the Zoo
  • The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin Groovy)
  • Old Friends
  • For Emily, Wherever I May Find Her

Producer: Joyride Media

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Coming Soon: Jazz of 1959

Posted by Podmaster On May - 5 - 2009ADD COMMENTS

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Jazz’s Greatest Year, Legacy will be launching a series of podcasts examining the state of jazz in 1959 and since, as well as a multi-part episode dedicates to each of our 5 reissues:

Charles Mingus “Mingus Ah Um”
Dave Brubeck “Time Out”
Tito Puente “Dance Mania”
Miles Davis “Sketches of Spain”
Babatunde Olatunji “Drums of Passion”

Stay tuned!

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