Tucson Troubadour Howe Gelb & Giant Giant Sand set their sights on the Shortwave studios. Howe describes how the band formed by the wrath of coincidence, performing 3 hour long improvisational sets, and the story behind Erosion Rock. Howe also talks about the inspiration behind “Tucson: A Country Rock Opera,” thinking about winding down on recording, and how the recent events in Arizona have affected him as a local. Plus, we’re treated to some live songs from their latest album “Tucson: A Country Rock Opera.”
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Great music from Stockton’s Wing - Paul Roche, Kieran Hanrahan, Maurice Lennon, Tony Callanan & Tommy Hayes. Songs from Curly Sullivan & Jack O’Carroll. Music also with Raymond Rolland, Kit O’Connor, John Joe Doyle, Paddy & Kevin Taylor, Benny O’Connor, Brendan McGlinchey, Rodger Sherlock, Liam Farrell, P.J. Hynes, Brian Green, MacDara Ó Raghallaigh, David Power, Willie Kelly, Mick & Kathleen Conneely, Johnny McDonagh, Michelle O’Sullivan, Deirdre McSherry & more!
Copperplate Podcast 202 presented by Alan O’Leary August 2016
- Paddy Glackin: Top It Off. Glackin
2.Caladh Nua: Humours of Ballyloughlin Set. Happy Days
Eilis Kennedy: Nead na Lachan. Time to Sail Damien Mullane: The Orphan.
Liz & Yvonne Kane: 3 & A Deer/Pangur Ban. Side By Side
Joe Derrane/Seamus Connolly/John McGann: Dash to Portobello/McFarley’s/Geeghan’s Reel. The Boston Edge
Teada: Tom Connor’s HP/The Joy of My Life/Handy With The Stick Teada
Mick Sands & Clive Carroll: Lough Erne’s Shore. The Ominous & The Luminous
Peter McAlinden: The Piper Through The Meadow Straying. Happy To Meet
Niamh ni Charra: The Belles of South Boston Happy Out.
Goitse: Ireland’s Green Shore. Inspired by Chance
Mulcahy Family: Galway Rambler/Morning Dew/Boston Irish Reel.
We Banjo 3: Chair Snapper’s Delight. String Theory
The one-and-only Moby spoke to our LA/CreativeMornings audience of moving to LA from NYC, creativity, inspiration, and the freedom to fail.
Moby at CreativeMornings Los Angeles, May 2014. Free events like this one are hosted every month in dozens of cities. Discover hundreds of talks from the world’s creative community at http://creativemornings.com/talks
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Listen to “Hallelujah” Episode 7 of The Revisionist History Podcast with Malcolm Gladwell.
In 1984, Elvis Costello released what he would say later was his worst record: Goodbye Cruel World. Among the most discordant songs on the album was the forgettable “The Deportees Club.” But then, years later, Costello went back and re-recorded it as “Deportee,” and today it stands as one of his most sublime achievements.
“Hallelujah” is about the role that time and iteration play in the production of genius, and how some of the most memorable works of art had modest and undistinguished births.
Wilson Miner is the Director of Digital Design for The California Sunday Magazine. His career has spanned Facebook, Apple, and the now-defunct Rdio. We discuss highlights from Wilson’s career, his famous “When We Build” talk, why design alone couldn’t save Rdio’s illustrious streaming music service. (Photo by Monica Semergiu.)
Hear Ryan Adams and Bob Mould Play Music And Talk About Everything Under The Sun : All Songs Considered : NPR
Bob Mould has a new solo album, and Ryan Adams, who is a fan, invited the singer to his home studio for a rambling conversation that’s occasionally interrupted by the pair recording a song together.
Radio documentary by Seán Corcoran on Richard Henebry (1863-1916) of Portlaw, Co. Waterford, Ireland, pioneering folk song collector and musicologist. First broadcast by Waterford Local Radio (www.wlrfm.com) 7pm Sun 29 Dec 2013.Funded by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland with the Television Licence Fee. Sound design by Ronan Browne.
On a day that shouldn’t exist comes a podcast equally paradoxical. Merlin Mann joins Antony to sit still, garden at night, and talk about the passion of rock band R.E.M.’s early work.
Laurence Bolwell has been dressing as David Bowie and singing his songs on stage for 18 years. One Monday morning, early in January, he hears the news that his idol has died. That Friday night, he is due on stage with his act in a theatre in Carmarthen. Grace Dent tells the story of Laurence’s week, and finds out what it’s like to be a tribute artist the day your hero dies.
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