Soundtrack Six-Pack, Volume Fourteen – All Instrumentals!
Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle Podcast, Joe Royland of Sit & Spin with Joe, and Eric Miller of Pods & Sods are back with the latest volume in the Soundtrack Six-Pack series. In this episode, we’re going all instrumental – not score music, but instrumentals from films. You’ll definitely know and love a few, some may be new to you. Plus you’ll learn about the Ottoman Empire, Daisy Fuentes’ birthday, Dune documentaries, Rebecca of The Mornays, and the origin of Airplane’s “have you ever been in a Turkish prison?”
Plus we continue our great listener picks with one from our buddy Alex Alt!
In Volume Fourteen, we’re unpacking some classics from Marvin Gaye, Air, Dick Dale, The Saturn 5, Tangerine Dream, Toto, and Giorgio Moroder.
On this Six-Pack episode, new friend of the show Jason Pawlak and Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle podcast join Eric Miller of Pods & Sods to celebrate the work of Survivor. The AOR, melodic rock band that scored a string of chart topping hits is so much more than Eye of The Tiger. And we get into some pretty deep cuts from both the Dave Bickler and Jimi Jamison eras of the band. Lots of facts, lots of laughs, check it out!
On this Six-Pack episode, Brad Page of the I’m In Love With That Song Podcast and Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle Podcast, join Eric Miller of Pods & Sods to celebrate the life and work of Neil Peart and Rush. The impact and breadth of Rush’s musical career is beyond measure, and Neil’s words particularly resonate in the hearts and minds of millions of fans around the world. Oh, plus he’s the Drum God-iest of Drum Gods – a unique talent that elevated what one could do behind the kit and beyond the light stage as a creative force. Who’s the greatest rock drummer ever? C’mon. We all know.
Rush is an eternal brotherhood. Three young to older men that lived a life of philosophical growth, musical exploration, joy, tragedy, and friendship on record and on stage – the real relation. We’re all blessed to have witnessed and have been inspired by it – now and forever. So, join us as we grieve the loss of Neil and praise the work of Rush.
Air drumming highly encouraged, in fact required.
“I don’t have faith in faith
I don’t believe in belief
You can call me faithless
You can call me faithless
I still cling to hope
And I believe in love
And that’s faith enough for me
And that’s faith enough for me”
On this Six-Pack episode, Alex Alt of the Sly Dog Music-Cast and Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle podcast rejoin Eric Miller of Pods & Sods to explore the music of Jethro Tull. From their original blues based configuration through their expansive 50 year career, Tull have been an ever-evolving but constantly interesting and unique artist. Ian and Martin and crew have delivered some great music – mixing Celtic flavors with progressive rock, literary lyrics with head-bobbing killer riffs, flights of fanciful flute and charm and intellect and humor and introspection, and so, soooo much more!
So sit back and discover or rediscover the prog-leaning brilliance of Jethro Tull.
On this Six-Pack episode, Brian and Sarah Linnen of The Permanent Record Podcast and Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle podcast rejoin Eric Miller of Pods & Sods to enlighten him on the work of a-ha beyond their glorious pop masterpiece, Take On Me. In this Volume Two, Jon and Sarah are each bringing their picks covering the band’s long career. Lots of fun facts, music geekery, and laughter in this one.
So sit back and discover or rediscover the pop mastery of a-ha.
I Can Dream About You is one of the greatest songs of all time, but there is so much more to Dan Hartman.
On this Six-Pack episode Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle Podcast, and Jeff Harris of Behind The Grooves rejoin Eric Miller of Pods & Sods to celebrate the fuller body of Dan Hartman’s work. From his rockier days alongside Edgar Winter to his incredible disco era stuff to his iconic soundtrack work to his brilliant songwriting and production, Dan is criminally under-recognized for his work. We get into his life, career, work and discuss his place in music history. Bonus mentions of Stevie Wonder, Vinnie Vincent, Joyce Hyser, and James Brown, lol.. we’re even treated by Jeff Harris singing a little Loleatta Holloway!!
So relight your fires, hit the dancefloor, and enjoy some classic Dan Hartman.
On the eleventh day of the 12 Days of Christmas Six-Packs, my true love gave to me…
Today friends of the show Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle Podcast, Joe Royland of Sit & Spin with Joe are rejoining Eric to share some holiday fun, we’re trimming the tree, learning about Jon’s advent calendar, sharing some laughs, sharing some family traditions, and digging into the categories of Christmas songs and what at the elements that make them unique and great. We’ll also discuss some meaningful charities that could use some love this holiday season.
PS: You may be asking who that is in the photo, it’s Greg Lake of Emerson, Lake, and Palmer. Listen to find out more.
So throw break out the sleigh bells, deck the halls and join us by the warm glow of the fireplace for some festive music and holiday cheer.
On this Six-Pack episode Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle Podcast, and Jeff Harris of Behind The Grooves rejoin Eric Miller of Pods & Sods to once again celebrate the work of Nile Rodgers. The scope of Nile’s work cannot be overstated – from Chic to the early days of rap music to all the MASSIVE pop hits of the 80s and 90s and even through his modern releases, both behind the board and on the stage, there is no one that compares to Nile Rodgers and his distinct, legendary Hitmaker guitar. We bring six fun picks covering just the tip of the iceberg of Nile’s work, share some laughs, quite a bit of trivia, discuss his cultural importance, and even get visited by a Shakespearean rendition of Nile’s Yum Yum.
So sit back, get freaky, get lucky, and enjoy some classic Nile Rodgers.
On this Six-Pack episode, Ken Mills of POP! A Pop Culture Podcast and Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle podcast return to join Eric Miller of Pods & Sods to share and discuss more Duran Duran favorites. We’re each bringing two picks covering the band’s long and sometimes erratic body of work. We get into the stories around the songs, some top-notch music geekery, a few laughs, a few attempts at singing which no one should be proud of, some wonderful conversation around great tunes, and Ken even explains to us the well documented but under-appreciated 80s Music Video Rule of Three.
So sit get in touch with the ground, sell your Renoir TV set and discover or rediscover the pop mastery of Duran Duran.
Soundtrack Six-Pack, Volume Thirteen – Halloween Special
It’s alive! ALIVE!!!
Ghastly Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle Podcast, Zombie Joe Royland of Sit & Spin with Joe, and Eerie Eric Miller of Pods & Sods are back with the latest volume in the Soundtrack Six-Pack series. This time we’re donning some Halloween curmudgeon costumes and dipping into some classic songs from some of the greatest horror movie soundtracks ever. We’re sharing a lot of laughs, some ridiculously fun ball-busting, personal Halloween memories, and playing a new game that Jon introduces towards the end of the episode. And what’s up with Randy Quaid anyway?!?
Plus we continue our great listener picks with one from our good friend Bill Elam!
In Volume Thirteen, we’re unpacking some classics from Autograph, Tim Feehan, Fastway, John Carpenter, Dokken, Tito y Tarantula, and Gus Black.