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Last week, we released an interview with David Lee Roth from 1984. This week, we are releasing another Roth interview, but 35 years later. We go from the height of Roth’s Van Halen career to his twilight years. I believe this interview is one of the ... more
A never-published interview with Van Halen's Diamond David Lee Roth. At the time of this interview in December 1984, Roth was 31 years old, and only months away from no longer being in Van Halen. In the interview, Roth talks about the future of Van H... more
Not going to lie, I don’t think the interview questions are always great, but so many legends being interviewed.
Thanks for giving us an inside look at many rock legends
The Tapes Archive is a great collection of exclusive audio interviews. Perfect for podcasting, the show provides insightful looks back at musicians and comedians and where they were at a particular time. more
It’s great to hear these interviews and learn about the backstory. Thanks for making these available.
What a cool podcast! Some of my favorite artists being interviewed on this show, it really took me back, and was so cool. Dave Matthews, Rick James, I couldn’t stop listening! Enjoy
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The Tapes Archive launched 4 years ago and published 72 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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