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When the guests are good, it’s a great podcast, but it’s let down by the presenter who doesn’t really listen carefully to his guests. You sense he’s urging them to finish an answer so he can get to his next question, so I often feel he misses some golden opportunities to get more out of his guests if he’d responded to what they actually said rather than just ploughed on to his next question. more
Jim’s podcast is excellent for vinyl lovers, but each guest brings a lot more to the table than just records. It’s a great music podcast as a whole! Love it.
Love this podcast, Jim is knowledgeable and an excellent interviewer. His interview with Chris Carrabba is amazing, such a fun listen. He really gets his guests to morph into total fanboys of music and the vinyl LP, it makes it very relatable.
Jim does an amazing job interviewing artists/musicians from all genres. He has a vast background of all types of music and his research for each show is evident. Well done and highly recommended!
Jim does a great job with this podcast. I love hearing his guests talk about their experience with vinyl whether it be stuff in their collection, memories from their childhood, or hearing themselves on a record for the first time. The host has great questions and you can tell he has done his homework on the subjects. Keep up the great work! - CH
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Vinyl Emergency launched 8 years ago and published 213 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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