It’s that time of year… For the last four years around this time, Eric and Craig have warmed your earbuds with a discussion about what is in the KISSmas stocking. This year, Eric brings Craig a gift of pizza and attempts to twist his arm and make him talk about KISS for one more year.
Chapter VII | 1970: Zabriskie Point
Heart Beat, Pig Meat
Us And Them [demo]
Love Scene Version 1
Love Scene Version 7
Come In Number 51, Your Time Is Up
Six Pack of Stax – Volume Two
A short, sweet, and random collection of Stax gems brought to you by your hosts Lee McCormack of The Tramps Like Us Podcast, Mr Brian Jacobs, and Eric Miller of Pods & Sods. Not a ton of research, not a ton of pontificating, just three friends sharing some of the greatest rock & soul the world has ever known.
In Volume Two, we’re unpacking some classics by Johnnie Taylor, Booker T & The MGs, The Staple Singers, Sam & Dave, Linda Lyndell, and The Black Moses himself, Isaac Hayes.
Dave Meniketti of Y&T joins Eric in conversation to discuss the beginnings of his career, the early formation of Y&T, how he went from his dad’s record collection to discovering blues guitarists, early days songwriting, finding his confidence as a vocalist, the legendary Winterland 1974 show, memories of the original members that have since passed away, some anecdotes of touring with the enthusiastic partier that was Bon Scott, business struggles with A&M and Geffen in the 80s and 90s, bringing in Steve Smith on their Ten record, how Y&T kind of side stepped the grunge era and kept it together through the 90s, his solo career, discovering some classic tunes hidden in their vault, what led to their newest release, Acoustic Classix Volume 1, how he got involved in his other business, Meniketti Wines, will there be another proper Y&T album, what’s next for him and the band, and much more!
It’s Halloween! Time to take a dive into the transformational horror of the 1970s, count up the sequel-heavy 1980s and beyond. And make sure you keep listening for a very special pop-in guest and a conversation about our favorite horror movies of all! It has been spooktacularly fun to spend this month with all of you, talking about some of the best movies ever, so enjoy this finale of Halloween Horrors!
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Find out what Frankenstein’s monster and Dracula get up to in the teenage, drive-in 50s and the far-out 60s! Join Megan for a look through the cultural influences that would take a lagging genre and give it new life. There are spaceman, big, BIG monsters, plenty of vampires, and one notorious knife-wielder, all this week in Atom, Teens, and Hammer Horrors week!
You can read Megan’s original piece about Frankenstein and The Monster from Hell (1974) here.
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You’ve heard of Dracula and Frankenstein, but what makes them the iconic monsters that they are? Join Megan this week as she explores the films, the mythos, and the men (and some women!) behind those monsters. Then, stick around for some films that aren’t as famous but really should be. It’s Universal Horrors week!
You can read Megan’s original piece about The Body Snatcher (from which she cribbed, just a little) here.
And also check out Karina Longworth’s Boris and Bela podcast series here.
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