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In this episode, Third of Never’s Jon Dawson welcomes P.J. DeBoy of Sporatic Sunjam.
DeBoy offers a crash course on the new Sporatic Sunjam album, their history, and a world premiere recording of their live collaboration with members of Squeeze.
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Third of Never – Automat (intro)
Sporatic Sunjam -Flesh and Bone/Milkweed
Sporatic Sunjam – I Won't Die
Sporatic Sunjam – It's Been You
Sporatic Sunjam/Squeeze – Pulling Mussels (live)
Sporatic Sunjam – See You In Hell
Sporatic Sunjam – Lightning Field
Sporatic Sunjam – She Paints A Picture
Sporatic Sunjam – Castle
Sporatic Sunjam – Bridge Left Unburned
Sporatic Sunjam – Never Wake Up In a Good Mood Again
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One of the funniest (and nicest) guys on the planet Bill Scheft calls in to talk about:
His upcoming book and Tommy Dash
Being Tracy Morgan’s corner man
Eddie Murphy’s days in a comedy trio
Lunch with Alan Zweibel
Jerry Seinfeld’s stance on comedians vs. columnists
Tina Fey’s dependency
Ten days in France with Richard Belzer
Stories from The Late Show w/David Letterman
Songs played during this episode:
Run Silent, Run Deep – Third of Never
Romeo and Juliet – Michael & The Messengers
Nothin’ Yet – Blues Magoos
Laugh Laugh – The Beau Brummels
Tobacco Road – Blues Magoos
I’m Five Years Ahead of My Time – The Third Bardo
Let It All Hang Out – The Hombres
Out of Our Tree – Wailers
Third Of Never’s Jon Dawson welcomes David Menconi and Matt McMichaels.
Author and longtime News & Observer music critic/arts reporter David Menconi talks about his upcoming book “Step It Up and Go: The Story of North Carolina Popular Music, from Blind Boy Fuller and Doc Watson to Nina Simone and Superchunk”.
Matt McMichaels from Surrender Human talks about the origins of the band, their debut album and a new charity single recorded under quarantine.
Songs played in this episode:
18 Strings – Third of Never
Sweet Honey Hole – Blind Boy Fuller
Under The Boardwalk – The Drifters
What A Time To Be Alive – Superchunk
Candy Jones – Surrender Human
Hantuchova – Surrender Human
On The Rack – Surrender Human
Remember A Girl – Surrender Human
Shelter In Place – Surrender Human
It’s Our Life – Surrender Human
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Dean Hurley talks to Third Of Never’s Jon Dawson about his new album “Philosophy of Beyond”, creating sound design for “Twin Peaks: The Return”, and running David Lynch’s recording studio.
Hurley also sheds light on Angelo Badalamenti’s participation in “The Return”, why he left Los Angeles, and the path that led him there.
Dean Hurley’s new album “Philosophy of Beyond” is now available from Sacred Bones Records.
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From Sacred Bones Records:
For over 12 years, sound and music supervisor Dean Hurley has exclusively operated Asymmetrical Studio, director David Lynch’s own film-dubbing and recording studio in Los Angeles. He has collaborated closely with Lynch on a myriad of his film, commercial, and music projects, including most recently Showtime’s 18-episode Twin Peaks: The Return.
Hurley co-wrote and produced four full-length LPs with Lynch: The Air is on Fire (2007), This Train (2011), Crazy Clown Time (2011) and The Big Dream (2013) as well as serviced remixes for artists such as Duran Duran, Moby, and Danish musician Agnes Obel.
Hurley’s own music production has additionally extended to artists like Lykke Li, Dirty Beaches, Zola Jesus, and The Veils.
Third Of Never’s Jon Dawson talks to Stephen Masucci about the new Lost Patrol album “Redemption”. Stephen also recounts stories of working with Wouter “Wally” De Backer (Gotye) and his years as a Broadway sound engineer.
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Bill Sullivan was the guy who kept The Replacements out of the morgue and on the road. In his new book “Lemon Jail: On The Road with The Replacements”, Sullivan gives a frontline account of the good, the bad and the absurd.
Along with the great Replacements anecdotes, Bill shares road stories involving R.E.M., Soul Asylum, Bob Dylan, Jimmie Vaughn and many others.
Kidnapped Information – Third of Never
Bastards of Young – The Replacements
Unsatisfied – The Replacements
Alex Chilton – The Replacements
Shiftless When Idle – The Replacements
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