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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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h10m. Bisher sind 124 Folge(n) erschienen.
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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
 
 

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
 
 

NEM#5. Jeff Heiskell: Positive Vérité


Jeff was the voice of JudyBats until '94, and is now Heiskell. He sings with character, or characters, always articulate, overly introspective, with intimacy issues. We discuss his current status as happy, self-funded, free-styled,


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 2016-02-22  1h11m
 
 

NEM#4. Gareth Mitchell: Granular Creativity


Gareth Mitchell is a post-rock academic, an innovative guitarist who now uses recorded splices of treated guitar (among other things) made into loops to meticulously construct electronic music, as on his upcoming album, 72.


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 2016-02-15  1h17m
 
 

NEM#4. Gareth Mitchell: Granular Creativity


Gareth Mitchell is a post-rock academic, an innovative guitarist who now uses recorded splices of treated guitar (among other things) made into loops to meticulously construct electronic music, as on his upcoming album, 72.


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 2016-02-15  1h17m
 
 

NEM#3. Kevin Godley: Pure Play in the Devil’s Shoes


Kevin Godley is a multi-media master, having directed many of the coolest music videos you've ever seen. But before that, he was half of Godley & Creme and 1/4 of 10cc, singing, drumming, and mostly coming up with ideas, ideas, and more ideas.


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 2016-02-05  1h25m
 
 

NEM#3. Kevin Godley: Pure Play in the Devil’s Shoes


Kevin Godley is a multi-media master, having directed many of the coolest music videos you've ever seen. But before that, he was half of Godley & Creme and 1/4 of 10cc, singing, drumming, and mostly coming up with ideas, ideas, and more ideas.


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 2016-02-05  1h25m