My Favorite Album with Jeremy Dylan

Each week filmmaker Jeremy Dylan chats with a musician/songwriter about their favorite album of all time - the songs, the history and how it has influenced their own music.

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294. John Leventhal on Ry Cooder 'Paradise and Lunch' (1974)


John Leventhal is a master of tastefulness, over decades as a producer, guitarist and songwriter with everyone from Shawn Colvin to Marc Cohn to William Bell and his wife Rosanne Cash. Today he welcomes me to his home studio in New York to talk about...


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293. Kira Puru on Amy Wonehouse 'Back to Black' (2006)


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292. Tom Ballard on Midlake 'The Trials of Van Occupanther' (2006)


This week comedian and podcaster Tom Ballard joins me to chat about Midlake's concept album 'The Trials of Van Occupanther'. We talk about how the album manages to be timeless but not retro, the conceptual substance behind the lyrics, the 60s and 70s...


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291. Empire's Helen O'Hara on the musical evolution of superhero cinema


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290. Dr. Mark Kermode on his life of musical misadventures and new memoir 'How Does It Feel?'


Book month continues as I chat to superstar film critic, double bassist and friend of the pod Dr. Mark Kermode about 'How Does It Feel', his memoir of his life and musical misadventures. We chat about Mark's 'how hard can it be?' approach to...


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289. Rolling Stone's Brian Hiatt on 'Bruce Springsteen: The Stories Behind the Songs'


MFA Book Month continues as Rolling Stone's Brian Hiatt joins me to talk about his exhaustive book chronicling the stories behind every single song Bruce Springsteen wrote and recorded. We delve into both the stories behind the songs and the stories...


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288. Nick Lowe biographer Will Birch on the twists and turns of Nick's life and career


It's the My Favorite Album book club for the next month, trading musicians in for authors of the most exciting books about music and musicians. We kick things off with Will Birch, founding member of The Kursaal Flyers turned journalist and biographer,...


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287. Colin Hay on Chris Whitley 'Dirt Floor' (1998)


This week I chat to singer-songwriter and Men at Work frontman Colin Hay about Chris Whitley's 'Dirt Floor'. We talk about the allure of the back to basics record, the appeal of living in oft-derided LA, discovering art that deeply affects you far...


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286. Max Weinberg on Maxwell Davis and his All Stars 'Persistent Percussion' (1960)


This week I chat to the king of late night TV and rock n' roll legend Max Weinberg about 'Persistent Percussion' by Maxwell Davis and his All Stars (1960). Max explains how the pop exotica album taught him to take an all rounded approach to drumming,...


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