Rick Reuben in conversation with Love’s lead guitarist Johnny Echols about the intense turmoil surrounding the recording of Forever Changes.
I have gravitated to podcasts like no other time in my life. I love history-based podcasts. You’re Dead to Me from BBC Radio 4 is a hilarious romp into history for people who hate history by Greg Jenner. Who knew could be so much fun. When these podcasts are put in a modern context, it is always fun to listen to. Jenner is labeled as a ‘celebrity historian’
Let’s Talk About Myths, Baby! is a Greek mythology podcast. If Edith Hamilton were reincarnated and cooler today she would be Liv Albert. The first time I was exposed to mythology was by Harry Steele Savage’s slick drawings used for later editions of Edith Hamilton’s 1942 book, Mythology.
If you could call a number and say you’re sorry, and no one would know…what would you apologize for? For fifteen years, you could call a number in Manhattan and do just that. This is the story of the line and the man at the other end who became consumed by his own creation.
I am enjoying Scott Haskin’s podcast called The Magician’s Podcast Fan Podcast Endorsed by Uriah Heep. Scott brings a unique personal perspective to each individual song played chronically by song order of each album. The beauty of Uriah Heep is that they have a large catalog of songs. They also released many expanded versions of their songs. The early albums were re-released with added bonuses. Scott plays all the different versions. He approaches each song as a fan but as a music professional with industry experience. If your ears want to experience something magical and entertaining Scott Haskin is your man.