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S2E3 – The Cell

7/25/2019
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The third release from the in-progress Finish What You Started record, “The Cell” puts a narrative twist on the common R&B lyrical motif of cheating on one’s lady, with musical inspiration from The Meters. The band also considers their songwriting backlog, and what we’ll be hearing next! This podcast (and accompanying video) precedes a pause,

Duration:00:22:34

S2E2 – Finish What You Started

7/12/2019
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The second release in the episodic Finish What You Started project is the Harry Nichols-penned title track, which describes an unsuccessful relationship through the lens of a mediocre vampire movie. Along the way, the band discusses the career of Oscar nominee Willem Dafoe, considers the evolution of home media technology, and explores the old maxim,

Duration:00:25:41

S2E1 – The Tick

7/4/2019
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Noon Fifteen returns, with new drummer Phil Shay in tow, and host Dan Cole back to plumb the depths of the band’s music. The band’s sophomore effort, Finish What You Started, will be released in non-sequential installments via this podcast and the Noon Fifteen YouTube channel. The record’s songs explore themes of fear and temptation.

Duration:00:22:44

S1E6 – Hang Me Out to Dry

1/12/2018
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In the final episode of the Volume 1 podcast, Mandy talks about channeling loneliness, Billie Holiday, and Ben Folds into “Hang Me Out to Dry.” The band also talks about choosing keyboard instruments, putting songs in order, and what’s next. Also heard in this episode: Hang Me Out to Dry – Mandy, Sam, & Joe

Duration:00:17:27

S1E5 – Dave Coulier

1/5/2018
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Harry talks about breaking away from traditional pop song structure (and accessible song titles) with “Dave Coulier” (track 5 of Volume 1). Sam talks the ups and downs of self-producing a recording project. Also heard in this episode: You Oughta Know – Harry Nichols Original working demo of “Dave Coulier,” 2017 Dave Coulier – Noon

Duration:00:20:07

S1E4 – Annie’s Song

12/22/2017
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Harry discusses Annie’s Song (track 4 of Volume 1) and how fatherhood has changed his writing process. Sam talks about the challenge of writing string arrangements. Mandy realizes it’s time to make a dentist appointment. Also heard in this episode: Annie’s Song – Harry Nichols Original Demo (2017) Premonition – Julia Felice From Diving for

Duration:00:17:52

S1E3 – Just Like You

12/15/2017
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Harry Nichols recounts how his demo of Just Like You (the third track from Volume 1) evolved into a full-band arrangement. Joe tells us how easy his job is. Other tracks you heard in this episode: The Astronaut – Harry Nichols From Love En Route (2012) Just Like You – Harry Nichols Original demo (2015)

Duration:00:15:37

S1E2 – Let You Roll

12/8/2017
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Vocalist Mandy Goldman discusses the frustration that birthed “Let You Roll,” the second track on Volume 1 and one of the band’s first collaborative efforts. Harry and Sam compare themselves to music legend Michael McDonald. Other tracks you heard in this episode: The Haunt – Samuel B. Lupowitz & The Ego Band From Ten Square

Duration:00:16:23

S1E1 – Knock Knock Knock

12/1/2017
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Host Dan Cole talks to the members of Noon Fifteen about the origins of the Ithaca, NY-based prog-soul band. The group discusses the true story that inspired “Knock Knock Knock,” the opening track from their debut record, “Volume 1.” Other songs you heard in this episode: Lucifer Falls – Samuel B. Lupowitz & The Ego

Duration:00:20:17