Musicians, writers, actors and more talk about the music they love and how it's influenced and inspired them. Guests include Phoebe Bridgers, Jason Isbell, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, Bob Odenkirk, Benmont Tench, Neil Finn and more.
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Australian singer-songwriter Hayley Marsten joins me to talk about the seminal album that soundtracked her journey into adulthood, Taylor Swift's seminal 2012 album 'Red'. more
Today legendary sound engineer Pete Keppler joins me for another look behind the scenes at David Byrne's American Utopia (check out episode 376 of this podcast for our audio documentary on the show), from conception to the world tour to Broadway, dea... more
One of today’s most renowned and skilful Americana singer-songwriters, Jason Isbell, talks about the classic record that helped inspire the genre - The Rolling Stones 1971 LP ‘Sticky Fingers’. more
Please get Gretta back to talk about another Taylor Swift album please
Sounds like interviewee has a roll of toilet paper in his mouth. more
Great host great guests GREAT SHOW
Just a thought: Chris Scruggs could definitely play bass for the Little Village mach II band you were imagining. Thanks for this great episode!
The Radiohead episode was awesome. Definitely will be relistening so much to unpack and absorb
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My Favorite Album launched 10 years ago and published 492 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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