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September 2023 marked the 30th anniversary of the now classic Morphine album Cure for Pain. It was the band's sophomore release and recorded during the transition from original drummer Jerome Dupree to Billy Conway, with Jerome playing on the bulk of... more
Over the years it has been suggested that we do a segment on haunted studios. Our friend Heba Kadry got her first job in the U.S. as an intern at the famed Sugar Hill Studios in Houston, Texas. Legend has it that the place is haunted, and Heba told m... more
Welcome to Tape Op's DISCussion, where we call our friends and music community notables to talk about their favorite records. For this episode we chat with producer/engineer Ryan Hewitt about Neil Young's 1970 release After the Gold Rush. Enjoy!
It’s cool to talk about music. But talking without the music to reference isn’t that cool. When you have artists on the show talking about their releases, play clips of the songs.
I stumbled across this , looking for new listening material. I’m not disappointed, the discussions are excellent and the guests are usually very interesting. 4/5.
Loving these interviews!
Don’t be fooled by the initial reviews on the podcast regarding the sound quality on the first episodes. It does get better.
So happy you guys did an interview with one of my favorite artists!
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Tape Op Podcast launched 7 years ago and published 125 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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