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  • EPISODE THIRTEEN

    06/22/1995 Jam06/14/2009 Rock & Roll06/19/2004 A Song I Heard The Ocean Sing06/24/1994 Run Like An Antelope06/15/2012 Birds Of A Feather06/10/2000 Piper—06/04/2011 Sneakin’ Sally Thru The Alley06/19/1988 Mike’s Song06/26/1995 Free06/25/2010 Chalk Dust Torture06/20/1997 Jam06/30/2019 Twenty Years Later—Dan Okrent, Nine Innings, P 259—06/24/1995 David Bowie06/19/1997 Stash06/02/2009 Harry Hood06/26/2016 Light—OSIRIS MEDIA  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • Percy Jones

    In this episode, Alex welcomes bass legend Percy Jones to the podcast. Best known for his work with jazz fusion ensemble Brand X, Percy tells Alex about the evolution of the band, including the period of time when Phil Collins was the drummer. The two discuss the incredible London music scene in the 60’s and…

  • Episode 51 – Dr. Pol

    In this episode of Comes a Time, Oteil and Mike are joined by Dr. Jan Pol, veterinarian and star of the hit TV show The Incredible Dr. Pol. To kick off the discussion the three get right into it (literally), as Dr. Pol vividly explains how he knew he wanted to be a veterinarian after helping deliver a litter…

  • The JamBase Podcast: Greta Van Fleet’s Josh Kiszka

    Greta Van Fleet frontman Josh Kiszka appears on The JamBase Podcast Episode 83.

  • 13 – Bobby Mitchell (Part 2)

    I’m Gonna Be a Wheel Someday – A Rare Interview with Bobby Mitchell (Part 2) This episode is Part 2 of a showcase on New Orleans R&B man Bobby Mitchell, featuring a rare early ’80s interview from the collection of New Orleans historian Rick Coleman. Also thanks to Coleman’s archive, we’ll hear interview clips from producer Dave…

  • The Shelton Laurel Massacre, Part One: The Past That Would Not Die

    Joe Kendrick speaks with historical novelist Vicki Lane, music artist and author Sheila Kay Adams, and Taylor Barnhill about the gruesome events before, during and after the Shelton Laurel Massacre.

  • Author Lily Brooks-Dalton

    This week on Wheels Off, author Lily Brooks-Dalton joins Rhett from her home in Los Angeles to talk about her creative endeavors as a writer. Lily and Rhett discuss adapting her books into film, the experience of releasing a memoir when she was just 25 years old, and memorizing her favorite books before she even knew…

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