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  • The Early Compositions

    Core to the music of Phish are complex, evolving, emotionally moving compositions. Many of these early songs—Divided Sky, You Enjoy Myself, Foam, and others—remain highlights of the live experience. These songs created early in Phish’s career have stood the test of time, but what makes them so special? In this episode, we’ll hear about three of…

  • The Early Compositions

    Core to the music of Phish are complex, evolving, emotionally moving compositions. Many of these early songs—Divided Sky, You Enjoy Myself, Foam, and others—remain highlights of the live experience. These songs created early in Phish’s career have stood the test of time, but what makes them so special? In this episode, we’ll hear about three of…

  • #46 Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers) 1996 Interview

    A never before published interview with Flea from the Red Hot Chilli Peppers in 1996In the interview, Flea talks about:If it’s strange to think of the Red Hot Chilli Peppers as an arena bandIf this is the band’s best lineupWas it a goal for the band to become this bigWhat made him pick up the…

  • Nicki Bluhm

    Singer-songwriter Nicki Bluhm joins Maggie from her home in Nashville to talk about leaving California and the intense personal changes that influenced the music on her latest record, To Rise You Gotta Fall.Nicki talks about making the shift from being a teacher into a full time musician, why she decided to release a visual album…

  • Tash Sultana

    This week, we have a conversation with singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Tash Sultana. Their new album, Terra Firma, is out now. We talked about Tash’s early musical days in Melbourne, playing in clubs and busking. In 2016, the video for the song Jungle, recorded in their living room, went viral, and now has almost 100 million…

  • Karl Denson

    This week on Eric Krasno Plus One, Kraz talks with acclaimed saxophonist Karl Denson, who is best known for co-founding The Greyboy Allstars. He also founded Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, a relentlessly funky septet that has made their presence known in all corners of the music world with their dynamic touch and irresistible grooves. Denson also plays…

  • Happy Anniversary to Us + Weekend Spins!

    Welcome back. Today is the 3rd anniversary of the launch of Osiris, so we take a minute and look back on the past 3 years. And then there are, of course, Weekend Spins. Enjoy. Please give us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Albums discussed:Django Django — Glowing in the Dark Wild Pink — A Billion…

  • EPISODE NINE

    02/20/2003 Tweezer02/18/2003 Limb By Limb02/21/2003 Mike’s Song—02/16/2003 Round Room02/14/2003 Walls Of The Cave02/24/2003 Twist—AR Moxin: The Revisionaries – P 297—02/28/2003 Bathtub Gin02/15/2003 Harry Hood—OSIRIS MEDIA  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  • The Sonic and Existential Transformation of Amythyst Kiah

    When people talk about artists like Aretha Franklin, St. Vincent, Paul Brady and Sam Cooke, they tend to talk about these artists’ best known work, their music that came after their formative years. For Aretha Franklin and Sam Cooke, her Columbia Records sides and his time in The Soul Stirrers tend to get glossed over.…

  • Episode 34: Bob Weir and Paul Stamets

    If you’re interested in the power of mushrooms and the potential for elevation of human consciousness, you won’t want to miss this episode. Mike & Oteil welcome Paul Stamets, mycologist, entrepreneur, researcher, and expert in all things fungi. Also joining the conversation is Bob Weir, legendary Grateful Dead singer and rhythm guitarist. Paul is a…

  • The Daily Soundcheck Ep 79-06/30/1998 Freetown Christiania, Copenhagen, Denmark (“Roggae>The Moma Dance>Ha Ha Ha>Birds of a Feather>Water in the Sky”)

    The second soundcheck to recently surface from @Tweeprise on Twitter takes place at one of the most unique venues in Phish history. I bring back Dave Calarco,@mrminer to help us get a glimpse of what this crazy town was like. We talk venue, musical highlights, and then I play for you the 40 minute soundcheck…

  • Episode 77: Menahan Street Band’s Homer Steinweiss & Thomas Brenneck

    The JamBase Podcast Episode 77 features an interview with the Menahan Street Band’s Homer Steinweiss and Thomas Brenneck.

  • The 80s Rock Scene

    Phish’s song David Bowie combines quirky lyrics with an intricate musical arrangement that’s fit for a symphony. Starting with a discussion of the spirit and substance of this song, and a focus on the 8/29/87 version, Brian Brinkman and David Goldstein then use 1980s Phish to examine other notable bands from the decade like Minutemen,…

  • The 80s Rock Scene

    Phish’s song David Bowie combines quirky lyrics with an intricate musical arrangement that’s fit for a symphony. Starting with a discussion of the spirit and substance of this song, and a focus on the 8/29/87 version, Brian Brinkman and David Goldstein then use 1980s Phish to examine other notable bands from the decade like Minutemen,…

  • Ep 61 Pt.1 Gordon Hookailo- Junta sound engineer!

    Ep.61 Pt.1 Gordon Hookailo- Junta sound engineer!Join Dawneebee for part 1 of a fascinating interview with Gordon Hookailo, the sound engineer for Phish’s platinum winning album Junta! Want to know how the bullhorn came to be in Fee? What was the band like walking into the recording of their first album? What recording equipment and technology was used…

  • Zappa Plays Sabbath | Promo

    https://www.thetapesarchive.com/zappa-plays-sabbathAre you a Black Sabbath or Frank Zappa fan? Or like me both? I would consider myself a super fan of both, yet I just found out that Frank was a big fan of Black Sabbath something I never knew. So I decided to make a video with the backstory including the night that Frank was…

  • Nancy Wilson

    Heart’s Nancy Wilson joins Maggie for this episode of Salute the Songbird to talk about carving out a place for women in rock music, how dramatic changes in the music industry affected her career over the years, and how she worked through the challenges of life on the road. Nancy tells Maggie about taking time…

  • Aaron Frazer

    This week’s guest is Aaron Frazer, who just released his debut solo record, “Introducing…” Aaron was previously the drummer and a vocalist for the soul group Durand Jones and the Indications, which formed at Indiana University while he was in college. We talked about his time in Durand Jones and the Indications, his songwriting process,…

  • Episode 13: Oteil Burbridge (Part 1)

    Today, Chris talks with Oteil Burbridge, the legendary bass player and member of bands such as Dead and Company, The Allman Brothers Band, and Aquarium Rescue Unit. They dive deep into Oteil’s spiritual awakening, the importance of family in his life, and what he thinks the future of touring will look like in a post-pandemic…

  • Dreaming of The Cap

    Greetings, Dead Freaks!This time around I am joined by my friend, Lorien, to talk about the great run from 50 years ago this week at The Cap in Portchester, NY. Lorien is a student of the Grateful Dead and also did the research on one unique aspect of these shows; the E.S.P. experiments. We get…