Stories behind some of your favorite music, by some of the people who made it. On the YouTube Channel Digging The Greats, Brandon Shaw digs through classic songs and albums, the stories behinds them, recreates, remixes, and dissects the music, and talks to some of the people involved. This podcast is the place to hear the full conversations that won't fit on YouTube. Kick back, relax, and enjoy these long form conversations with some of the greats.
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Bob Power is a legendary Engineer and Mixer who's known for his work with A Tribe Called Quest on ground breaking albums like "The Low End Theory" and "Midnight Marauders", having also worked with more artists than I can name (De La Soul, Jungle Bros... more
Afrika Baby Bam, or as he’s also known, Bam - is a member of the Jungle Brothers - an incredibly influential hip hop group who were part of the Native Tongues Collective. I've talked about the Native Tongues in multiple Digging the Greats videos - bu... more
Derrick Hodge is a bass player, arranger, conductor, and he’s worked with a TON of huge artists, at the highest level possible. I recently posted a video on Digging The Greats breaking down Common’s album “Be” - Derrick played that bass intro on the ... more
I’ve been following the YouTube channel since it was started. I remember thinking I wish he had a podcast I would love to listen to while out & about. If you have a love for music, not just a specific genre, MUSIC itself you’ll enjoy the podcast. I like how we hear from the ppl in the background that helped create the song(s) we love.
Found this through YouTube, loving everything dude. Just finished Houseshoes, the secret service story was hilarious. more
This podcast is amazing. If you love music, specially hip hop, listen to it and you won’t be disappointed. The host always does his research, he lets the guests talk and it never gets boring. He also has a really cool calming voice and he’s just so cool to listen to, can’t wait for the next episodes!!!
Big fan of the YT channel. Brandon’s way of breaking down classic tracks, mixing music theory, production techniques and genre history makes it accessible to anyone into music. It’s one of the things that got me back into production (at a super amateur level) so I’m stoked to get longer conversations with influential people in the industry. The first episode with Ken Lewis was amazing, that guy has been involved in some of the biggest hits of the last 30 years! Can’t wait for more!
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Digging The Greats launched 5 months ago and published 7 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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