a pop diary

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Legendary producer Shel Talmy has been at the helm of some of the most exciting and influential recordings in rock and roll history. Talmy, an American living in London in the pre-dawn of the British invasion, found himself in the right place at the right time to discover and produce such iconic acts as The Kinks and The Who.

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Legendary producer Shel Talmy has been at the helm of some of the most exciting and influential recordings in rock and roll history. Talmy, an American living in London in the pre-dawn of the British invasion, found himself in the right place at the right time to discover and produce …
Bill Chadwick is often referred to as "The Fifth Monkee." Bill has been a composer, arranger, vocalist and instrumentalist for decades, and played a key role in what was once The Monkees artistic pool of talent.
Bill Chadwick is often referred to as "The Fifth Monkee." Bill has been a composer, arranger, vocalist and instrumentalist for decades, and played a key role in what was once The Monkees artistic pool of talent.
For those of you who enjoy exploring how records are made from the production side, this episode is for you. Sean Slade, one of the founders of the wonderful and legendary Fort Apache Studios in Boston, and producer of such artists as Radiohead, Hole, Warren Zevon, The Go-Go’s, The Dresden …
For those of you who enjoy exploring how records are made from the production side, this episode is for you. Sean Slade, one of the founders of the wonderful and legendary Fort Apache Studios in Boston, and producer of such artists as Radiohead, Hole, Warren Zevon, The Go-Go's, The Dresden …
In this episode, Dave Schneider of The Zambonis (and The Macaroons, and The LeeVees) shares what it's like to be in an all-hockey band and delivers some sage advice for those interested in starting a working band. Not your standard music podcast...
In this episode, Dave Schneider of The Zambonis (and The Macaroons, and The LeeVees) shares what it's like to be in an all-hockey band and delivers some sage advice for those interested in starting a working band. Not your standard music podcast...
This episode of A Pop Diary features a conversation with vocalist, musician, songwriter and producer Bruce Johnston of the Beach Boys. Bruce is not only a talented man, but a great Beach Boys brand ambassador and very cool guy. Check it out.
This episode of A Pop Diary features a conversation with vocalist, musician, songwriter and producer Bruce Johnston of the Beach Boys. Bruce is not only a talented man, but a great Beach Boys brand ambassador and very cool guy. Check it out.
Riverhead, a Penguin Books imprint, have just released 'It Feels So Good When I Stop,' a new novel by Joe Pernice. As well, Joe has just released his second solo album of the same title, a sort of sonic partner to the book. In this podcast, Joe talks about the …
Riverhead, a Penguin Books imprint, have just released 'It Feels So Good When I Stop,' a new novel by Joe Pernice. As well, Joe has just released his second solo album of the same title, a sort of sonic partner to the book. In this podcast, Joe talks about the …
The first episode of A Pop Diary features a conversation with the always cool and amazing Kim Shattuck of The Muffs. The Muffs create a rare form of melodic rock that is powerful and joyful, and in this interview Kim talks about what the band are up to in 2009, …
The first episode of A Pop Diary features a conversation with the always cool and amazing Kim Shattuck of The Muffs. The Muffs create a rare form of melodic rock that is powerful and joyful, and in this interview Kim talks about what the band are up to in 2009, …