Episode 54 is now up on 🍏, Google, Stitcher and other corners of podcast world. We recently spoke with musician/voice over artist Jonathan Tea about an album that reinvigorated his life when he needed it most: the Foo Fighters sixth studio offering Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace, which was released on RCA Records back in 2007. Enjoy! Link in bio 😊 🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🤟🤟@davestruestories @taylorhawkinsofficial @kakigram @shifty71 @natemendel @theramilama #patsmear #foofighters #2007 #echoessilencepatienceandgrace #covertocoverconversations #covertocoverwithmt
Episode 53 is now up on 🍏, Google Podcasts, Stitcher and more! Today’s episode features DC area musician Ann Brandstadter.
A communications professional by day, Ann moonlights as a local rock star in bands such as Grandma’s Mini, Mimi Loco, and most recently @aj and the kids and a new pandemic duo, Smart Patrol.
We sat down with Ann in early summer to discuss Siouxsie and The Banshees sixth studio album titled Hyaena, which was released back in 1984 and her overall love of the group. Enjoy! 😊 🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌☝️☝️☝️#siouxsieandthebanshees #hyaena #1984 #covertocoverconversations #covertocoverwithmt
Our guest in Episode 52 is New York, NY’s soul/rock & roll outfit known as Babyllon. Guitar World magazine has referred to Babyllon as “A happy talent trifecta!” with a loud live sound that sounds like Amy Winehouse and Led Zeppelin put together. We spoke by phone and focused on the classic Led Zeppelin song “Ramble On” from Led Zeppelin II and how it altered the course of her craft. Enjoy!
Episode 51 is now up on 🍏, google play, Stitcher and wherever you get your podcasts!
In this episode, we meet podcaster and artist Christie Gee of The Christie Gee Podcast. Christie stopped by the show to discuss MxPx’s 1996 album ‘Life in General.’ She reminisced about growing up in a small Texas town, a batch of VHS tapes of artists on @toothandnailrecords which would inevitably change her life, and later becoming friends with the group. Enjoy the conversation! 😊 🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌☝️#mxpx #lifeingeneral #toothandnailrecords #1996 #chickmagnet #movetobremerton #covertocoverconversations #covertocoverwithmt
Episode 50 is now available on 🍏, Google Play, Stitcher and TuneIn!
We sat down with songwriter/guitarist Neal Karkhanis of Baltimore, MD’s The Great Heights Band about Ben Folds Five and their influential 1997 album Whatever and Ever Amen on 550 Music. We take the plunge into the depths of Ben Folds’ lyrics, the art/importance of track sequencing, as well as discuss the staggering musicianship of the group. Enjoy! 😊 🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌 #benfoldsfive #whateverandeveramen #blacktshirt #brick #kate #1997 #covertocoverconversations #covertocoverwithmt
Episode 49 is now on 🍏, Google Play, Stitcher and TuneIn! In this episode, we discuss Ani DiFranco’s incredible 12th studio album from 2003 titled ‘Evolve’ on Righteous Babe with Marc Plotkin : an American Songwriting Award-Winning Artist, a Grammy shortlisted Producer, a Bloomberg BusinessWeek Top 25 Entrepreneur, and a Professor at New York University’s Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music.
‘Evolve’ has left a lasting imprint on Marc’s career in music, as it blends folk, jazz, funk and Ani’s spellbinding lyrics.
Marc and I spoke to one another on a beautiful Spring afternoon, as evidenced by the sounds of birds happily chirping away in the sun. Enjoy! 😊 🙌🙌🙌🙌👋✌️👉👉 🦋 #anidifranco #evolve #2003 #righteousbaberecords #serpentine #icarus #promisedland #covertocoverconversations #covertocoverwithmt
Episode 48 is now on 🍏, Google Play, Stitcher and TuneIn! In this episode, we spoke with Berkeley, CA based composer/sound supervisor Jacob Bloomfield-Misrach of IMRSV Sound on Oxford, UK’s Radiohead and their 1997 groundbreaking album OK Computer. We discussed a few songs on the record which changed his life both personally and professionally, and what was now possible in pop music as a result of this recording. Enjoy a thoughtful perspective on an important album which altered the course of pop music forever! 😊🙌🙌🙌🙌👋👆👆👆🧑🏻💻👩💻 @thomyorke @philselway @eobofficial @colin__greenwood @jonny_greenwood @nigel_godrich
#Radiohead #OKComputer #KarmaPolice #paranoidandroid #Oxford #ParlophoneRecords #capitolrecords #exitmusicforafilm #covertocoverconversations #covertocoverwithmt
Episode 47 is now up on 🍏, Google Play, Stitcher and TuneIn! We spoke with Charlottesville, VA based singer/songwriter Brian Franke who also comprises one-half of the duo FarAway. We talked about an important rock band known as King’s X and their 1994 album Dogman, King’s X is a musician’s band – a group whom many believe have not received the critical acclaim that they rightfully deserve from rock critics – even after playing a spell-binding set at Woodstock back in 1994! If you want to listen to a hard-rocking, power trio go to work, they are some of the most technically proficient musicians still out there cutting records and taking names. In fact, a new King’s X record is slated for late 2020 on Golden Robot Records. Mark it on your calendars and enjoy this discussion! 😊 🙌🙌🙌🙌👋👆👆👑X! @dugpinnick @tytabor @jerry.gaskill #KingsX #Dogman #DougPinnick #TyTabor #JerryGaskill #goldenrobotrecords
Episode 46 is now available on 🍏 Google Play, Stitcher and TuneIn! Today’s episode features Beau from The Rock Savages Podcast! We rifled through a few stacks of records and fell upon The Black Crowes and their 1994 record amorica. We find the “classic lineup” playing by their own set of rules (see banned cover art) outside of a musical landscape consumed by “grunge” and experimenting with newer sounds and rhythms at this juncture. It’s still the Crowes you’ve known and grown to love, but they’ve added a few colors to their pallet. Beau has been a fan of the band since their beginnings and shares a few anecdotes about meeting some band and crew members up in Woodstock. Enjoy the conversation! 😊 🙌🙌🙌🙌👋👆#theblackcrowes #amorica #AmericanRecordings #wisertime #1994 #bannedalbumcovers #chrisrobinson #richrobinson #johnnycolt #eddieharsch
Episode 45 is now up on 🍏, Stitcher, google play and TuneIn! Today’s guest is London, UK’s Danny Green of the bands DG Solaris and Laish. Green shared a record that has played a pivotal role in his own explorations of songwriting: Louisville, Kentucky’s Will Oldham (AKA Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy)’s 2001 LP “Ease Down the Road.”
We spent a considerable amount of time attempting to dissect the lyrical meaning behind the songs on this record. Be forewarned: Bonnie Prince Billy’s lyrics are dark, bawdy and perhaps not for the faint of heart. Our conversation surely earned its explicit rating in the land of podcasts.
We had several laughs throughout at BPB’s lyrical construction and documentation of sexual escapades, and I hope you laugh along with us. Enjoy! It’s a brilliant record. 😊 🙌🙌🙌🙌👋 #BonniePrinceBilly #WillOldham #EaseDowntheRoad #DragCityRecords #CovertoCoverwithMT #covertocoverconversations