Song by Song is a podcast celebrating the music of Tom Waits, hosted by podcaster-musician Martin Zaltz Austwick and actor-musician Sam Pay. Sam and Martin set themselves the goal of listening to Tom Waits’s back catalogue from beginning to end, and devoting an episode to discussing each track. Song by Song is in no way officially linked to Tom Waits, or endorsed by Tom Waits, or associates. All excerpts are used for criticism purposes - please purchase your own copies of the music at your favourite shop, app, or platform to get the full experience and support musicians' work.
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Having done the work, put in the hours and carefully considered all the options, Martin and Sam discuss exactly where they think a new listener to Waits's music might want to start, considering the various angles and perspectives one might have, as w... more
Our second set of music videos brings Philippa back to Martin and Sam for the last decade-and-change of Waits music videos. Sampling the work of Jesse Dylan, Matt Mahurin and various others, we consider what these videos mean in a post-YouTube world,... more
Continuing our season of specials on material outside the show’s main remit, Philippa Spanos returns to help Martin and Sam consider the creative and commercial aspects of Waits’s music videos. Starting with a long-overlooked animation experiment fro... more
July 2023:One host tries to explain what he loves about the Tom Waits style; the other mainly carps and virtue signals. Creates an interesting tension. The quality of guests’ contribution varies but the regular changeovers at least keep it fresh. Main benefit for me has been to take time and pay much more attention to each individual song. They deserve five stars simply because of the dogged persistence which has got them so far. A brilliant idea to which they’ve been faithful for years. more
One host tries to explain what he loves about the Tom Waits style; the other mainly carps and virtue signals. Creates an interesting tension. more
Wow, I’ve enjoyed your Tom Waits discussions for what, a few years now, and then we get this over/underrated drivel? and They Might Be Giants over Talking Heads? more
I’ve listened since the beginning and there’s always something to pique my interest. Often the hosts place the work in a new context for me. more
Legitimately one of my favourite podcasts. I’ve been listening for a few years now. more
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Song by Song launched 8 years ago and published 398 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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