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The Vinyl Guide

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Nate is a record collector, music lover and vinyl maniac. Join him on his journey to discuss, share and review all things related to vinyl records. We feature stories about and interviews with musicians, artists and people of knowledge in the area of vinyl records. Additionally we share informationRead more

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Ep317: 50 Years of L.A. Woman with Bruce Botnick

Dec 6 • 01:03:55

Engineer, Producer and vinyl aficionado Bruce Botnick shares his memories of working with The Doors, experiences with Jim Morrison, the L.A. Woman sessions, the new 50th Anniversary boxset, plus lots of vinyl and audio nerd talk....

Ep316: Greg Edwards - Failure, Autolux & more

Nov 29 • 01:08:28

Greg Edwards of Failure gives a rare insight into his creative background and discusses his vinyl history, song-writing process, rare recordings, new LP 'Wild Type Droid" & more....

Ep315: Eraldo Bernocchi - SIMM, Sigillum S, Somma & more

Nov 25 • 49:49

Eraldo Bernocchi discusses his career of creation & composition, production, vinyl and physical form media, rare records as well as his new SIMM album "Too Late To Dream"....

Ep314: John Petrucci of Dream Theater

Nov 22 • 52:28

Progressive Metal legend John Petrucci joins us to talk vinyl, product packaging, recording their latest album "The View From The Top of The World" during the pandemic, rare records of his career & more....

Ep313: Carmine Appice - A Lifetime on Record

Nov 15 • 46:43

For over 50 years drum legend Carmine Appice has been influencing the influencers with bands like Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, Beck, Bogert & Appice as well as playing with Ozzy, Rod Stewart and many more. Today Carmine shares stories from a lifetime on record....

Ep312: The Passion of William Hooker

Nov 11 • 01:09:14

William Hooker has been paving a unique musical path since his initial independent releases in the early 80s, through to today with the release of the monumental LP "Big Moon". Today William shares his approach, discusses his need to look forward, continue to create and chase his artistic vision....

Ep311: The Beatles Finally Let It Be w Bruce Spizer

Nov 8 • 01:10:51

In January 1969, the Beatles embarked on an ambitious yet doomed attempt to record an album while being surrounded by onlookers and a film crew. After multiple conflicts, compromises and producers, the album and film "Let It Be" emerged. Beatles author & historian Bruce Spizer takes us on that journey....

Ep310: Alan Parsons and The Neverending Show

Nov 1 • 54:20

Alan Parsons started his career at EMI working with artists like The Beatles and Pink Floyd. Within a few years, The Alan Parsons Project was topping the charts and lifting the sonic standards of popular music. Alan has been taking his music on the road and today we talk about his new live album and incredible career....

Ep309: The Records & Recordings of Randy Rhoads

Oct 25 • 43:37

In this episode we celebrate the induction of Randy Rhoads into the 2021 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame!...

Ep308: Joe Carducci - Rock, Pop, Punk & The Wild West Pt 2

Oct 21 • 01:01:01

Part 2 of 2: Joe Carducci, author, record producer and former director of SST Records, has written multiple "must have" books on rock, punk, cinema and the Wild West. In this 2nd part of the interview we deep dive with Joe into his SST years w Black Flag vinyl releases, the vinyl revival and more....

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