Nakedly Examined Music Podcast

Why do musicians create what they do? Why do they create in that particular way? Mark Linsenmayer (aka songwriter Mark Lint, and host of The Partially Examined Life) talks to songwriters and composers about specific recordings, which are played in full. We cover lyric meanings, writing and recording techniques, arrangements, band dynamics, the stories behind the songs, and even music theory.

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NEM#13. Beth Kille Rocks and Leads Others to Rock


Beth fronted Clear Blue Betty from 2000–2007, then in 2009 became a solo artist, co-founding Madison's Girl's Rock camp and letting music consume all of her professional life. She's a classic singer-songwriter whose mission is to help others unlock the...


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 2016-04-23  1h8m
 
 

NEM#12. John Philip Shenale: String Arranger, Composer, Producer


Phil is the long-time string arranger for Tori Amos and has done a heap more production, arrangement, and keyboard work. He has a very deliberate production style, carefully crafting a very natural-sounding theatrical background using both cutting-edge...


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 2016-04-12  1h17m
 
 

NEM#11. Bob Manor: No Alt-Country for Old Men


Bob leads the Madison, WI band The Getaway Drivers; he shares the vocal duties with his wife Shiela Shigley. Though Bob has displayed a lot of affection toward old-timey, world-weary music since starting off his major songwriting efforts around 2000 at...


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 2016-04-04  59m
 
 

NEM#10. Nick Eede (Cutting Crew): Escape from the ’80s


In 1986 Nick van Eede released a song ("I Just Died in Your Arms") that will be played long after we are all dead. But he's got a lot more going on than that, and on his new album (still under the moniker "Cutting Crew") he's recorded his best songs fr...


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 2016-03-25  1h15m
 
 

NEM#9. Roderick Romero: Psychedelic Treehouse Poet


Roderick Wolgamott Romero founded and fronted the Seattle 90s space rock band Sky Cries Mary. So how does a poet get a band? Is a poet's process different from a typical lyricist's? - We discuss "Gliding" from Taking the Stage Live: 1997–2005 (2011),


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 2016-03-19  1h7m
 
 

NEM#9. Roderick Romero: Psychedelic Treehouse Poet


Roderick Wolgamott Romero founded and fronted the Seattle 90s space rock band Sky Cries Mary. So how does a poet get a band? Is a poet's process different from a typical lyricist's? - We discuss "Gliding" from Taking the Stage Live: 1997–2005 (2011),


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 2016-03-19  1h7m
 
 

NEM#8. Tim Quirk Is the Philosopher-King of Beers


Tim describes himself as not a singer, but a writer with a band, and he shouted at the front of Too Much Joy in the late' 80s–'90s and has since recorded as Wonderlick while working as a big dog in the digital music industry with Google, Rhapsody,


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 2016-03-11  1h15m
 
 

NEM#8. Tim Quirk Is the Philosopher-King of Beers


Tim describes himself as not a singer, but a writer with a band, and he shouted at the front of Too Much Joy in the late' 80s–'90s and has since recorded as Wonderlick while working as a big dog in the digital music industry with Google, Rhapsody,


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 2016-03-11  1h15m
 
 

NEM#7. Gary Lucas on Zen and the Avant Ghetto


Gary is a guitar virtuoso who's put out more than 30 albums, typically by writing guitar instrumentals that then get a melody and words added by a singer/songwriter, the most famous of these being Jeff Buckley (Gary wrote a book about it!),


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 2016-03-04  1h4m
 
 

NEM#6. Steve Petrinko: Self-Contained Stalwart


Steve is a one-man band, overdubbing his compositions both in jazz (steel drum!) and pop/rock (featuring his unique and sometimes disco-high voice). He's also drummed and/or fronted bands (including one in college with your host Mark).


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 2016-02-28  1h12m