January 1967: The Monkees finally become a real band with Chip Douglas at the controls as Davy joins up with Jeff Barry to record some material on the side for the next Monkees single. In this episode, Megan and Craig cover:
She’s So Far Out, She’s In
The Girl I Knew Somewhere (version one)
All Of Your Toys
A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You
She Hangs Out (version one)
If I Learned To Play The Violin
Seeger’s Theme (demo)
On the seventh day of the 12 Days of Christmas Six-Packs, my true love gave to me…
Today friends of the show Lee McCormack of Tramps Like Us and Jeff Harris of Behind the Grooves are rejoining Eric to have some holiday fun, to share some laughs and some classic holiday songs, to reminisce around who got the best Star Wars toys as a kid and who didn’t, the remember the joys of Rankin and Bass specials as a kid, to question the existence of adult sized pajamas and robes, and to discuss some meaningful charities that could use some love this holiday season.
So throw break out your pretty little dollies, throw on your golden toques ya hosers, and join us by the warm glow of the fireplace for some festive music and holiday cheer.
On the fourth day of the 12 Days of Christmas Six-Packs, my true love gave to me…
Today friends of the show BJ Kramp from Rock and/or Roll and Ben Montgomery from Records Revisited are rejoining Eric to have some holiday fun, to share some classic holiday songs and the stories behind them, to ponder how Christmasy War Pigs would sound with sleigh balls behind it, to highlight some family traditions, to share personal childhood holiday memories courtesy of the Rankin & Bass specials, and to discuss some meaningful charities that could use some love this holiday season.
So throw on your holiday Santa hats and join us by the warm glow of the jukebox for some holiday cheer.
Ian Zapczynski, Sean Zloch and Jim Carter join Craig for a seriously geeky vinyl discussion for Record Store Day. That controversial day for record collectors is discussed, along with childhood memories of records, cleaning, cataloguing, label designs, bootlegs, holy grails and a lot more.
On this Six-Pack episode, Matt Porter from The KISS Room and BJ Kramp of the Rock And/Or Roll podcast join Eric Miller of Pods & Sods to take a look at the work and career of Britny Fox. We’re breaking all the rules, spraying up our hair, throwing on some velvet overcoats, some purple spandex, throwing some spin-kicks, and digging into the late 80s metal scene of Philly. Matt shares memories of the early days seeming them live and some info about what Dean is up to these days, we get into the lineup changes, we get into the obvious Cinderella comparisons, and we definitely get into some of their classic work – hard pop-rock at it’s finest. Matt even shares a very rare track from a cassette in his personal collection as his final pick – worth hanging around for!
So hitch upon a star, dream on, bite down hard, and join us as we have some fun with a Six-Pack of Britny Fox!