Love That Album

Podcast discussing a variety of great albums from the rock, jazz or folk genres in some depth. Proud part of Pantheon - the podcast network for music lovers.

https://cms.megaphone.fm/channel/lovethatalbum

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h34m. Bisher sind 425 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint täglich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 27 days 2 hours 3 minutes

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episode 142: Michael Nesmith and the First National Band "Magnetic South"


So many musicians have become popular based on one thing the caught the public's imagination. Daring to try something different artistically could be a “bad career move”. Of course, some musicians might have been “hiding in plain sight” with their real artistic ambitions all along. Welcome to episode 142 of Love That Album, the first episode for 2021...


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   1h47m
 
 

episode 141: Sound As Ever: Australian Indie 1990 – 1999


Love That Album Podcast Episode 141 - Sound As Ever: Australian Indie 1990 – 1999 The 1990s were musically diverse, but are often recalled as the moment that the so-called Seattle sound kicked down your door and got you to include its flannel shirt in your next wash. Gone were the horrible Linn drums of the 1980s....guitars, bass and drums were back. What was previously “alternative” now forced its way into the mainstream. Welcome to episode 141 of Love That Album Podcast...


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 2020-12-30  1h49m
 
 

episode 140: Genesis "Duke"


Do you like Patrick Bateman? We're not actually here to discuss American Psycho, so the point is probably moot. We ARE here, however to discuss Bateman's favourite band outside of Huey Lewis and the News, Genesis. Welcome to episode 140 of Love That Album. Popular myth suggests that the world is broken up into two sorts of people – those who like their rock music straight forward and edgy, and those who like virtuoso noodling with complex counterpoint and time signatures...


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 2020-11-28  1h48m
 
 

episode 139: Love That Album Podcast Episode 139 - Interview with Charles Jenkins of Icecream Hands


You don't need me telling you that 2020 has...uhhh....not exactly been a highlight for a whole heap of reasons besides the obvious ones ramming their way into your consciousness every day for months. BUT.......I'm here to tell you there's a beautiful rose that grown out of the dirt. Welcome to episode 139 of Love That Album podcast. If you've hung around the Facebook page for this podcast long enough, you'll know I'm obsessed with Melbourne band Icecream Hands...


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 2020-10-19  1h1m
 
 

episode 138: Van Morrison "Saint Dominic's Preview"


The history of music (indeed, the history of humankind) is littered with tales of poor behaviour. It can range from stories of murder, molestation and drugs, to reports of every-day obnoxiousness. Welcome to episode 138 of Love That Album Podcast. As music fans, we make conscious decisions to either overlook or take to heart the behaviour of those we put on a pedestal for their art...


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 2020-09-24  1h28m
 
 

episode 137: John Cale's "Paris 1919"


How do you approach the music of John Cale? He supposedly butted heads with Lou Reed in the Velvet Underground for being too experimental....the creator of Metal Machine Music didn't like that Cale was too experimental!!!! Welcome to episode 137 of Love That Album podcast. I am joined by my partner from the See Hear podcast, Bernard Stickwell and first time guest and music-head Fnord Buissant (aka Doug to his family)...


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 2020-08-22  1h30m
 
 

episode 136: Interview with John Penhallow about Fairport Convention


The story of English rock music in the 1960s often revolves around some mates meeting up and bonding over a love of blues music or wanting to be the next Beatles. Then there's Fairport Convention. Welcome to episode 136 of Love That Album podcast. Fairport Convention assembled around 1966 and rehearsed in the same neighbourhood as another band of Muswell Hillbillies. The line-up has changed over the years, but the mission has always been to adapt folk music to a rock setting...


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 2020-07-21  1h3m
 
 

episode 136: Interview with John Penhallow about Fairport Convention


The story of English rock music in the 1960s often revolves around some mates meeting up and bonding over a love of blues music or wanting to be the next Beatles. Then there's Fairport Convention. Welcome to episode 136 of Love That Album podcast. Fairport Convention assembled around 1966 and rehearsed in the same neighbourhood as another band of Muswell Hillbillies. The line-up has changed over the years, but the mission has always been to adapt folk music to a rock setting...


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 2020-07-21  1h3m
 
 

episode 135: Sparks "Angst In My Pants"


A discussion about Sparks' 1982 album, Angst In My Pants.


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 2020-06-17  1h41m
 
 

episode 134: Pentangle "Basket of Light"


When we think of music coming out of England in the 1960s, it's often in relation to the Mersey Beat, psychedelia, prog rock, or The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band. England was also going through a folk music revival in a different way to the American one in the early sixties thanks to a number of artists who saw fit to combine the traditional songs of generations gone with a contemporary approach. Welcome to episode 134 of Love That Album podcast...


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 2020-05-19  2h18m