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Records Revisited The hosts of Records Revisited, Ben and Wayne, discuss great records and musicians, countdown their copious amounts of Top 10 lists, and ask the important questions like "What rock t-shirt are you wearing?" benjmontgomery@hotmail.com

Records Revisited The hosts of Records Revisited, Ben and Wayne, discuss great records and musicians, countdown their copious amounts of Top 10 lists, and ask the important questions like "What rock t-shirt are you wearing?" benjmontgomery@hotmail.com

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Records Revisited The hosts of Records Revisited, Ben and Wayne, discuss great records and musicians, countdown their copious amounts of Top 10 lists, and ask the important questions like "What rock t-shirt are you wearing?" benjmontgomery@hotmail.com

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English

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Episodes

Episode 166: Episode 166: David Nance discusses The Raincoats

3/8/2021
The guys welcome musician David Nance to talk about the 1979 self-titled album from the punk band The Raincoats. Plenty of other discussion including finding a Raincoats CD at Hastings, Kurt Cobain’s Top 50 album list, Phoebe Bridgers, Zen Arcade, selling out your first run of records, the genius of covering The Kinks’ “Lola,” Palmolive’s drumming, how much time we spend on our phones, and find out why this episode goes up to 11. Check out at: https://davidnance.bandcamp.com/ Check out The...

Duration:01:50:27

Episode 165: Episode 165: David Goodstein discusses Donald Fagen’s “The Nightfly”

3/1/2021
The guys welcome drummer David Goodstein to discuss Donald Fagen’s debut solo album “The Nightfly.” Plenty of other discussion including probably the coolest t-shirt ever worn on an episode, growing up in Miami, drumming for Linda Perry/Dolly Parton/Joe Perry/Josh Kelley, The Wild Honey Orchestra, Steely Dan (naturally), and being nominated the year that Toto cleaned house at the Grammys. Check out David at: https://www.instagram.com/david_goodstein/ Check out Donald Fagen and Steely Dan at:...

Duration:03:10:42

Episode 164: Episode 164: Derrek Carriveau freaking loves The Afghan Whigs’ “Do To The Beast”

2/23/2021
The guys welcome back THE Derrek Carriveau of the “I Love That Record” podcast to talk about The Afghan Whigs “Do To The Beast.” Plenty of other discussion including #MWE, Sweet Relief, how Afghan Whigs might be confused with Britpop, the various Greg Dulli incarnations, Po Boys in New Orleans (shoutout to Domalise’s and Parkway Bakery), Greg’s word choices, and Ben’s bad choices that include a shrimp lean cuisine. Check out Derrek’s podcast at: https://www.lovethisrecord.com/ Check out...

Duration:02:14:19

Episode 163: Episode 163: Dean Anshutz of Red Wanting Blue discusses Weezer’s “Pinkerton”

2/19/2021
The guys welcome Dean Anshutz of Red Wanting Blue to talk about Weezer’s “Pinkerton.” And, of course, if we do a Weezer episode, little brother Dave Montgomery has to join as well. Plenty of other discussion including Youngstown State and penguin origins, New Radicals, Frank Zappa, Dean’s project “tick.tick.tick,” how Dean should have his own podcast about misheard lyrics, Weezer’s rock opera, Matt Sharp, what should have been the first single, Neon State, and radio stations were stupid in...

Duration:03:00:25

Episode 162: Episode 162: Marc Antarez discusses The Outfield’s “Play Deep”

2/15/2021
The guys welcome Marc Antarez to talk about 1985’s “Play Deep” from The Outfield. Plenty of other discussion including working the graveyard shift at eBay, playing every instrument on self-released albums, cassette tapes, seeing “Your Love” on MTV, not being big in your country, Colin Hay & Sting comparisons, James Bond and mystery men, and how Tony’s mullet grew bigger in each video. Check out The Outfield at: https://theoutfield.com/ Check out Marc Antarez at: https://marcantarez.com/...

Duration:02:13:07

Episode 161: Episode 161: Stephen Kellogg and the guys discuss Great Lyrical Songs

2/8/2021
The guys welcome back one of the podcast’s favorites, Stephen Kellogg, to talk about songs with great lyrics (and of course there is talk about Taylor Swift again). Find out what songs are picked from artists like Elvis Costello, The Cure, Bonnie Raitt, The National, Gregory Alan Isakov, Bob Schneider, Jackson Browne, Strand of Oaks, Alanis, Aimee Mann, Dylan (multiple times), and there’s even a song picked from G N’ R. This episode gets a little personal (and maybe there is some...

Duration:03:45:41

Episode 160: Episode 160: Rob Baird discusses Waylon Jennings “Honky Tonk Heroes”

2/1/2021
The guys welcome Rob Baird to talk about Waylon Jennings’ “Honky Tonk Heroes.” Plenty of other discussion including a George Strait lookalike contest, “Can’t Get Out of the Car” jams, Ruston Kelly, Rick Brantley, advice from Uncle Flannery, Billy Joe Shaver, interesting fadeouts, Wagon Wheel, and what exactly is a five and dimer? Check out at: https://www.robbairdmusic.com/ Check out other episodes at RecordsRevisitedPodcast.com, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Castbox, iHeartMedia, Google...

Duration:02:27:27

Episode 159: Episode 159: Matthew Sweet discusses The Beatles’ “Revolver”

1/25/2021
The guys welcome Matthew Sweet to talk about The Beatles’ “Revolver.” Plenty of other discussion including Matthew’s new record “Catspaw,” where Matthew was (and was listening to) when John Lennon was shot, “You Don’t Get Me” and Frank Sinatra, The Thorns, Pete Droge, Under the Covers, sitars, the many theories of Doctor Robert and how excited we are for the Peter Jackson movie. Check out Matthew at: https://www.matthewsweet.com/ Check out The Beatles at: https://www.thebeatles.com/ Check...

Duration:01:45:37

Episode 158: Episode 158: Adam Wright discusses Mark Knopfler’s “Shangri-La”

1/21/2021
The guys welcome Adam Wright to talk about Mark Knopfler and his 2004 masterpiece “Shangri-La.” Plenty of other discussion including working with Lee Ann Womack and Brandy Clark and Waylon Payne, writing songs without any chinks in the armor, making donuts and washing dishes, one armed bandits, McDonalds and Ray Kroc, Chuck Ainlay’s Herculean efforts to engineer at Shangri-La, Sonny Liston, skiffle, and Emmylou makes everything better. Check out Adam Wright at:...

Duration:02:46:41

Episode 157: Episode 157: Johnny Cash’s “American IV – The Man Comes Around”

1/17/2021
The guys welcome Jeff Johnson of the “Who Did It First” podcast and Derrek Carriveau of the “I Love That Record” podcast to talk about Johnny Cash’s “American IV – The Man Comes Around.” Plenty of other discussion including ghosts & death & dead bodies, songs with unanimous scores, Dee Snider, being called a virgin (that’s what Derrek thinks) by the guy in Toad the Wet Sprocket, Fiona Apple, how we all came to love Johnny (our conversion stories), a rant about “In My Life,” the Chamber of...

Duration:03:15:46

Episode 156: Episode 156: Chaz Cardigan discusses Sum 41’s “Chuck”

1/12/2021
The guys welcome Chaz Cardigan to talk about Sum-41’s “Chuck.” Plenty of other discussion including Elizabethtown, eating too many gummy bears and going into diabetic shock, what really is alternative radio, Reliant K, Model Child, being big in Canada, vague lyrics, disillusionment and capitalism, and The Nails. And, Chaz’s one song is called “Live A Little” (Ben screwed up a song title AGAIN). Check out Chaz Cardigan at: http://www.chazcardigan.com/ Check out Sum 41 at:...

Duration:01:38:00

Episode 155: Episode 155: Josh Kelley discusses The Band’s self-titled (The Brown Album)

1/8/2021
The guys welcome Josh Kelley to talk about The Band’s 1969 self-titled record (also known as the Brown Album). Plenty of other discussion including promoting yourself on Napster, audiences can tell when you’re full of crap, the Porcupine Shack, covering Jackson Browne/Cutting Crew/Genesis, no music scene in Utah, musicians on the top of their game, why guys give up golf and play guitar, and “Rag Mama Rag” was a single? Also, Josh earmarks a Band song he wants to cover on his next covers...

Duration:01:59:34

Episode 154: Episode 154: Shawn Brown discusses Temple of the Dog

1/4/2021
The guys welcome Shawn Brown to talk about Temple of the Dog. Plenty of other discussion including singer songwriters of the early ‘00s, Laguna Beach, Stereo Embers magazine, R.E.M., palate cleansers, Shawn Smith, long songs that don’t feel like long songs and long songs that do, Eddie (no last name needed), All Night Thang (just commit to it), and the absolute greatness of Chris Cornell (we miss you Chris). Check out Shawn Brown at: https://www.shawnbrownmusic.com/ Check out Temple of the...

Duration:01:59:49

Episode 153: Episode 153: Dale Murphy discusses Wilco's "Yankee Hotel Foxtrot"

12/28/2020
The guys welcome two time NL Baseball MVP Dale Murphy to talk about Wilco’s “Yankee Hotel Foxtrot.” Plenty of other discussion including Freddie Freeman, Charlie Morton, baseball in 2020, Dale’s blog post about Wilco and his Beat-Co playlist, learning how to die, the lyrical genius of Jeff Tweedy, the CONET project, and heavy metal bands can’t mail it in. Check out Dale Murphy at: https://dalemurphy.com/ Check out Wilco at: https://wilcoworld.net/ Check out other episodes at...

Duration:02:31:21

Episode 152: Christopher Griffiths discusses Butch Walker’s “The Spade”

12/21/2020
The guys welcome Christopher Griffiths to talk about Butch Walker’s “The Spade.” Plenty of other discussion including B-52s and R.E.M., turning Mike Watts t-shirts into quilts, playing bass with Keith Anderson, one eyed cats, 80s sax, Adidas shoes, Social D, Butch’s impressive producing credits, Summer of ’89 and Bryan Adams, Shovels & Rope, and making a commitment to be a daydrunk. Check out Christopher Griffiths at: https://www.christophergriffithsmusic.com/ Check out Butch Walker at:...

Duration:01:30:43

Episode 151: Episode 151: Jon Porobil discusses Warren Zevon’s “Excitable Boy”

12/17/2020
The guys welcome Jon Porobil to talk about Warren Zevon’s “Excitable Boy.” Plenty of other discussion including Jon’s new album “Stages,” podcasting and having a good run more than 4 episodes, Billy Joel, Linda Ronstadt, a surprise single, The Jackson Browne is strong on one song, spending time in Honduras, and is there a better song title than “Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner?” Check out Jon Porobil at: jonporobil.com Check out Warren Zevon at: http://www.warrenzevon.com/ Check out...

Duration:02:29:10

Episode 150: Episode 150: Most Listened to Songs of 2020

12/14/2020
The guys celebrate the milestone of EPISODE 150! It’s all about the tunes that got us through the year 2020 including Liz Longley, Tay Tay, Harry Styles (and Wayne once again questions Ben’s musical tastes), Tom Petty, Rev, Ken Yates, Brian Dunne, Ian Jones, Grace Potter, the greatness of Maggie Rose, Pete Yorn (thanks to Aaron Lee Tasjan), Ron Pope, Striking Matches, Yumi Zouma, Nada Surf, Roger Harvey, the Alternate Routes made us cry, and Rick Brantley is a stud. Take this episode for...

Duration:02:50:31

Episode 149: Kyshona Armstrong discusses Lizz Wright’s “Fellowship”

12/10/2020
The guys welcome Kyshona Armstrong to talk about Lizz Wright’s “Fellowship.” Plenty of other discussion including music therapy, the auto harp, Pylon and Athens Georgia, therapeutic songwriting, “Listen,” Joan as Police Woman, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, gospel music, Gladys Knight, faith, does anyone know more than the first verse of Amazing Grace? Check out Kyshona at: http://www.kyshona.com/ Check out Lizz Wright at: https://www.lizzwright.net/ Check out other episodes at...

Duration:01:54:15

Episode 148: Rosali discusses Buffy St. Marie’s “Many A Mile”

12/7/2020
The guys welcome Rosali to talk about Buffy St. Marie’s “Many A Mile” from 1965. Plenty of other discussion including moving on election day, Hillbilly Von Trapp family, the Philly music scene, mouthbow (or “twangy mouth banjo”) and John Palmes, Cockswain and “not being the only whore in town,” traditional folks songs and some of their origins, and a song that we think Delta Rae should cover. Check out Rosali at: https://rosalimusic.com/ Check out Buffy St. Marie at:...

Duration:02:35:58

Episode 147: Episode 147: New Radicals “Maybe You’ve Been Brainwashed Too” with Scott Terry of Red Wanting Blue

11/30/2020
The guys welcome back Scott Terry of Red Wanting Blue to talk about New Radicals “Maybe You’ve Been Brainwashed Too.” Plenty of other discussion including The Peppermint Sessions, Toad, some listener questions for Scott, Cub Scouts, Wayne’s dog Jett, Sarnia Canada, Gregg Alexander and his howl, best opening line of any record EVER, other music from 97-98, finishing lyrics in the liner notes, Young Marble Giants, Hall & Oates, how to pronounce Spokane, drug songs, some love songs and more...

Duration:02:52:11