The Record Store Day Podcast with Paul Myers

The Record Store Day Podcast with Paul Myers

Paul Myers
Jun 30, 2020 1 hr 6 min

Van Dyke Parks, Tobago Benito (DBS Sounds)

On Episode 19, the legendary Van Dyke Parks discusses working with Lowell George (Little Feat), toasts the late Hal Willner, and peels back the layers on his 1994 collaboration with Brian Wilson, Orange Crate Art, newly restored and expanded by Ominvore Recordings. In our record store feature, we meet Tobago Benito of DBS Sounds, a Black-owned business in Riverdale, GA, near Atlanta. Carrie Colliton phones in the RSD News from Raleigh, NC. Sponsored by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery & Tito's Handmade Vodka.
Jun 16, 2020 1 hr 25 min

Lucinda Williams & Tom Overby, Margaret Storms (Record Archive), Joe Nardone (Gallery of Sound)

On Episode 18, Lucinda Williams and her co-producer/ partner Tom Overby discuss her new album Good Souls Better Angels, evil, racism, abuse, depression, recovery and redemption, plus Lucinda's days working in record stores. And with Father's Day upon us, we talk to two grown-up kids taking up their father's businesses; Margaret Storms (Record Archive) and Joe Nardone (Gallery of Sound) Plus Carrie Colliton checks in from RSD HQ. Sponsored as always by Tito's Handmade Vodka and Dogfish Head Craft Brewery.
Jun 03, 2020 55 min

Jay Ferguson (Sloan), Jarrett Hankinson (Zia Records)

Jay Ferguson of the Canadian indie rock band Sloan shares his lifelong pursuit of records, from working in a Halifax record store at the age of 12 to painstakingly crafting Sloan's boxed sets and reissues. Plus Jarrett Hankinson tells us the story of Arizona's Zia Records, celebrating their 40th year in business, and Carrie Colliton calls in with the latest RSD News. Sponsored by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery and Tito's Handmade Vodka. Go to RecordStoreDay.com for all things Record Store Day.
May 19, 2020 1 hr 22 min

Todd Rundgren, Terry Cole (Plaid Room), Luke Sardello (Josey Records)

On Episode 16, we pay a virtual visit to Kauai to speak with visionary musician and producer Todd Rundgren, who shares his big thoughts on technology, virtual touring, and working with Daryl Hall, Donald Fagen, and the late Hal Willner. We also check in with Terry Cole at The Plaid Room in Ohio, and Luke Sardello at Josey Records in Texas. And Carrie Colliton shares the RSD News. Go to RecordStoreDay.com for all the latest RSD news. Sponsored by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, and Tito's Handmade Vodka
May 05, 2020 1 hr 18 min

Jason Isbell, Lolo Reskin (Sweat Records, Miami), David Macias (Thirty Tigers)

Episode 15: Jason Isbell talks about Muscle Shoals, recovery, John Prine, Janet Jackson, and his new album Reunions. We meet Lolo Reskin of Sweat Records in Miami, and David Macias of Thirty Tigers explains the many things they do for indie music. As always, Carrie Colliton checks in from RSD HQ to explain RSD Drops and how this year's Record Store Day isn't so much a day as three days. Sponsored by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery and Tito's Handmade Vodka. Go to RecordStoreDay.com for all the latest RSD news.
Apr 21, 2020 1 hr 31 min

Marc Maron, Easy Street (Seattle, WA), Mobius (Fairvax, VA)

The Podfather himself, Marc Maron, host of the WTF podcast, visits us remotely from his famous garage to talk about records, The Beatles, The Stones, The Blues, and his timely Netflix special End Times Fun. Plus, we place store calls to Matt Vaughan at Easy Street in Seattle, and Dempsey Hamilton at Mobius in Fairfax, VA, and of course Carrie Colliton gives us the RSD News from Raleigh, NC. Go to RecordStoreDay.com for the latest updates. Sponsored by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, and Tito's Handmade Vodka.
Apr 07, 2020 1 hr 11 min

Susanna Hoffs, Down In The Valley, Music Millenium

On Episode 13 we get on the phone with Susanna Hoffs from L.A. and talk about records, plus her work with David Roback, The Bangles, Emitt Rhodes, and Matthew Sweet. We also check in with Carrie Colliton at RSD HQ and touch base with Terry Currier at Music Millenium in Portland, and Scott Farrell at Down In The Valley in Minneapolis. Sponsored as always by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery and Tito's Handmade Vodka. Go to Record Store Day for more information. #StayHome
Mar 24, 2020 1 hr 8 min

Robyn Hitchcock / Life In The New Normal

Episode 12 features the brilliant London ex-pat, Robyn Hitchcock, discussing record stores, Syd Barrett, Soft Boys, Andy Partridge, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, and his current life in Nashville with Emma Swift and their cats. We also check with Carrie Colliton over at RSD HQ, addressing the NEW date for RSD 2020, June 20, the challenges of a COVID-19 world, and how we can keep our culture workers working going forward. Sponsored as always by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery and Tito's Handmade Vodka.
Mar 10, 2020 1 hr 3 min

Andrew Sandoval, The RSD 2020 List, Other Music Documentary

Episode 11 is all about the love of records, as acclaimed producer/archivist, Andrew Sandoval reflects on his decades-long career compiling fantastic boxed sets and his most recent work with The Monkees, filmmakers Rob Hatch-Miller & Puloma Basu join Dawn Sutter Madell to discuss Other Music, a new documentary about that beloved NYC record shop, plus Carrie Colliton from RSD shares "The List" of special releases for RSD 2020 (April 18). Presented by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery and Tito's Handmade Vodka.
Feb 25, 2020 1 hr 6 min

Dave Foley, Jonah Ray, Caitlin Gill LIVE from SF Sketchfest!

We talk records with three comedians - Dave Foley, Caitlin Gill and Jonah Ray - LIVE at San Francisco's SF Sketchfest. Meanwhile, back at Record Store Day HQ, Carrie Colliton announces this year's RSD Ambassador, and we announce our #RSDSHELFIE pledge! Go to RecordStoreDay.com for all the latest RSD News. Sponsored as always by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery and Tito's Handmade Vodka.
The Record Store Day Podcast with Paul Myers
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20
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Next episode Tuesday, July 14
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