What do Jamie Gertz, Elisabeth Shue, Deborah Foreman, and Meredith Salenger have in common??
Podcast co-hosts Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle Podcast, Joe Royland of Sit & Spin with Joe, and Eric Miller of Pods & Sods return with the latest volume in the Soundtrack Six-Pack series. And some of the aforementioned actresses of the day come up as we discuss our picks.
We’re also continuing our listener pick segment, featuring a wonderful pick from listener Dennis Dickinson!
In Volume Seven, we’re unpacking some classics from Danny Wilde (not to be confused with Matthew Wilder), Roger Daltrey, Comstat Angels, The Carnival Strippers, Toad The Wet Sprocket, and Willie Hutch.
..where podcast co-host Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle Podcast doesn’t like any of the songs picked by the nicest man alive, Joe Royland of Sit & Spin with Joe, and while Eric Miller of Pods & Sods tries to keep the peace even though one of Joe’s picks is pretty meh, but at least not in a Ghetto Supastar kind of way..
[MOVIE GUY VOICE] THREE MEN.. SIX SONGS.. ONE SCENE FROM THE ALLNIGHTER.. LOTS OF LAUGHS..
We’re back to share some of our absolute soundtrack classics. A short collection of random soundtrack gems from yesteryear. Some you may rediscover, some you may love, some you may discover for the very first time, and some you may just flat out hate!
In Volume Six, we’re unpacking some classics from Bono and his childhood friend Gavin, Kasim Sulton and Thommy Price, dada, James Ingram, and Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham.
Are you a fan of David Bowie – are you a fan-fan or a Greatest Hits fan?
On this Six-Pack episode, Eric Miller of Pods & Sods (being simply a Greatest Hits Fan) invites two friends and serious fan-fans to enlighten him on some of Bowie’s deeper cuts. Joining Eric are recently recurring favorite, Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle Podcast, and making his Pods & Sods debut in awesomely eloquent fashion is Brad Page of the I’m In Love With That Song podcast.
Jon and Brad are each bringing three David Bowie deep cut picks. On top of that, they’re bringing the stories and context around these Bowie gems. Should be fun. Can they school and enlighten Eric and lure him into the catalog beyond the Greatest Hits? Who will bring the better picks?!?? Could there possibly be a Bowie song that bores Lamoreaux to tears?!? Listen and find out!
[MOVIE GUY VOICE] THREE MEN.. SIX SONGS.. LOTS OF LAUGHS..
This time we’re going ALL COVERS! Soundtracks often feature fun, cool, and sometimes ironic covers. We’re here to share some of our absolute favorites. A short collection of random soundtrack gems from yesteryear. Some you may rediscover, some you may love, some you may discover for the very first time, and some you may just flat out hate!
In Volume Five, we’re unpacking some classics by The Afghan Whigs, Spin Doctors, Goo Goo Dolls, Letters to Cleo, Kula Shaker, and BulletBoys.
Co-Hosts Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle Podcast, Joe Royland of Sit & Spin with Joe, and Eric Miller of Pods & Sods are front-loading their VCRs and dusting off the old vinyl for another installment of our sidecast series, The Soundtrack Six-Pack. A short collection of random soundtrack gems from yesteryear. Some you may rediscover, some you may love, some you may discover for the very first time, and some you may just flat out hate! But hey, we’re all friends here! And who doesn’t love Ghetto Supastar?!?! Listen and find out!
Not a ton of research, not a ton of pontificating, just three friends sharing some of the greatest (albeit often obscure) soundtrack songs the world has ever known.
In Volume Four, we’re unpacking some classics by Aimee Mann, Strange Fruit, Audioweb, Pras, Mya, and ODB, The Williams Brothers, and Steel Dragon.
Considered by many to be Billy Squier’s return to form record, Hear & Now is unquestionably a fan favorite. After a few years of Rock Me Tonight video fallout and a slightly less than stellar commercial performance with 1986’s Enough Is Enough, Billy returned in full force with an incredible collection of riff-laden, rock-pop hits, sweeping ballads, and a few deep cuts that continued his unique style of “articulate rock.” But did it hit? Why or why not?
And while we’re asking questions – what is the connection between this record and the film Deliverance? Between this record at The Waitresses’ Christmas Wrapping?!? Listen to find out as we continue our Songs of The Knight: A Billy Squier Retrospective series.
Joined by podcast friends Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle Podcast and BJ Kramp of the Rock And/Or Roll Podcast, Eric and his co-hosts go in-depth and track by track with Billy’s sixth album. Warning: we do go off the rails a bit in the episode following a story Jon shares about his early discovery of, well, this record among other things. But we also continue our thoughtful deep analysis of this record, which is one of our collective favorites. Finally we wrap this episode with Eric’s personal ranking of Billy Squier’s entire discography.