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“The Ry Cooder Story“ delves deep into the legendary career of master guitarist Ry Cooder. Prepare to embark on a journey spanning 60 years of musical genius. From his humble beginnings as a session musician with the likes of The Rolling Stones or Randy Newman, to his rise as a solo artist (“Bop Till You Drop“), film composer (“Paris, Texas“), or world musician (Buena Vista Social Club), Ry Cooder's contributions to the world of music are unparalleled. Each episode provides comprehensive insights into Cooder’s creative process, collaborations, and profound influence on countless artists. This podcast uses a new production method. Thanks to a text-to-speech generator, all voices are spoken by an AI. But don't worry: it sounds like good radio, with pleasant sound, changing voices, and - most importantly - decent English. This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube Support us on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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“The Ry Cooder Story“ delves deep into the legendary career of master guitarist Ry Cooder. Prepare to embark on a journey spanning 60 years of musical genius. From his humble beginnings as a session musician with the likes of The Rolling Stones or Randy Newman, to his rise as a solo artist (“Bop Till You Drop“), film composer (“Paris, Texas“), or world musician (Buena Vista Social Club), Ry Cooder's contributions to the world of music are unparalleled. Each episode provides comprehensive insights into Cooder’s creative process, collaborations, and profound influence on countless artists. This podcast uses a new production method. Thanks to a text-to-speech generator, all voices are spoken by an AI. But don't worry: it sounds like good radio, with pleasant sound, changing voices, and - most importantly - decent English. This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube Support us on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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English


Episodes
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24 Get Rhythm (1987)

6/20/2024
We end our second season with what can be called Cooder's last classic album: Get Rhythm. As the title suggests, it's all about energy, speed and fun. It presents us with Cooder's very own world music and should have been a real chart breaker. Instead, it was just another solo effort with disappointing commercial results. Its release in 1987 was framed by two tours. We listen in on the famous Santa Cruz show, which spawned several bootlegs and a concert film. And we also uncover some very raw recordings from the '88 European tour. This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Additional background music The Mini Vandals Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube The Ry Cooder Story Website Support us on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:43:16

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23 Bring the Family (1987)

6/6/2024
Cooder was not involved in the original development of John Hiatt's Bring The Family, nor did he act as producer, as he did a year later with Bobby King and Terry Evans. Nevertheless, this album is more significant than most of his previous session work and became something of a blueprint for the next phase of his career after Get Rhythm from the same year. It would be a period in which solo albums would no longer play a role, and film scores would gradually become less influential. Instead, a phase of more personal collaborations began, marked by work with long-time friends and ever new excursions into the realm of world music. Bring The Family was also the starting signal for the band Little Village, which was to be formed five years later. This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Additional background music The Mini Vandals Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube The Ry Cooder Story Website Support us on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:34:53

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22 Crossroads (1986)

5/23/2024
Robert Johnson was one of the most important blues guitarists of all time. Cooder didn't cover any of Johnson's songs on his early albums, which is kind of a surprise when you think about it. But in the mid-eighties, a project came along that more than made up for the wait. Crossroads, another Walter Hill film, was a wonderful journey into the history of the blues. It led back to the roots of the Johnson legend, and - interestingly - back to Cooder’s own roots as well. It required him to make a whole variety of music, from juke-joint stomps to a famous electric guitar duel. This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Additional background music The Mini Vandals Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube The Ry Cooder Story Website Support us on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:50:38

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21 Blue City (1986)

5/9/2024
We're actually talking about a whole bunch of projects in this episode: 1985's Brewster's Millions, the rare case of a Cooder film comedy; the quirky TV western Tall Tales & Legends; the five-time Golden Raspberry Award nominee Blue City, a film we certainly wouldn't be talking about today without Cooder's contribution. Our little mid-'80s journey also includes three session albums, a festival, and Cooder's first-ever best-of album. This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Additional background music The Mini Vandals Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube The Ry Cooder Story Website Support us on Patreon Annie Oakley on YouTube Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:42:16

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20 Alamo Bay (1985)

4/25/2024
1984 was a busy year for Cooder. Not only did he produce the soundtracks for Paris, Texas and Streets of Fire almost simultaneously. He also ended up juggling both jobs with Alamo Bay, Louis Malle's drama about the clashes between Texas and Vietnamese fishermen in the Gulf of Mexico. Cooder saw the movie as a simple working man's story in the tradition of John Ford. His goal was "a Chinese cowboy thing without an overt ethnic statement.” Alamo Bay has a great soundtrack album with references to Paris Texas, The Border, and even Southern Comfort. This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Additional background music The Mini Vandals Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube The Ry Cooder Story Website Support us on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:35:12

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19 Streets of Fire (1984)

4/11/2024
There were a lot of what-ifs when it came to the score for 1984's Streets of Fire. After rejecting James Horner's compositions, director Walter Hill had a movie that had no music. Cooder, on the other hand, had music that had no movie! His score for Stroker Ace had been rejected by director Hal Needham. So it was a stroke of luck for both of them. Hill's ultra-artificial "rock & roll fable" may have bombed at the box office at the time, but four decades later the movie has long since received the recognition it deserves. It’s a masterful cult classic with a fantastic Cooder score. This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube The Ry Cooder Story Website Support us on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:47:27

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18 Paris, Texas (1984)

3/28/2024
German director Wim Wenders first met Cooder during the production of Hammett, his first Hollywood film. He wanted him to score the movie, but the studio didn't want a guitarist, they wanted a more traditional composer. When Wenders made Paris, Texas a few years later, he could make his own decisions. Naturally, he hired Cooder. Cooder's majestic soundtrack, completely original for its time, became one of the most influential film scores of the eighties. Imitations could be heard in other films, on prime time television, and in countless commercials. This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:34:15

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17 Clapton, Eddy & Other Sessions

3/14/2024
From 1980 to '82, Cooder had made no less than two solo albums, two live albums, and three film scores. But '83 was different. Apparently in need of a change of scenery, Cooder instead worked with a number of very interesting musicians, including Eric Clapton, Duane Eddy, T-Bone Burnett, and John Hiatt. He also toured quite a bit, by his standards. There's a little more (live) music than usual in this episode. This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube The Ry Cooder Story Website Support us on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:39:55

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16 The Slide Area (1982)

2/29/2024
With his ninth studio album, Cooder maneuvered himself into a dead end. While not a bad record by any means, it is one of his few controversial works and received some unfriendly reviews at the time. Cooder must have felt the same way, because after The Slide Area he stopped making solo albums for no less than five years. While he turned mostly to film scoring, he also scored a number of commercials. This episode features some of Cooder's commercial music for brands like Levy's, Early Times, and Pioneer. This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Additional background music The Mini Vandals Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube The Ry Cooder Story Website Support us on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:39:55

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15 The Border (1982)

2/15/2024
A movie about the border region between Texas and Mexico was naturally made for Ry Cooder – and vice versa. The Border defies easy categorization. Directed by Tony Richardson and starring Jack Nicholson, it’s half cop thriller, half refugee tragedy. For the soundtrack, Cooder assembled much of his usual band: Jim Dickinson on piano, John Hiatt on guitar and vocals, Jim Keltner on drums and Tim Drummond on bass. He also included contributions from Freddy Fender and Sam Samudio, better known as Sam the Sham. The much-recorded title theme, Across The Borderline, sensitively depicts the paradoxical emotional world and the absurd situation of the refugees. This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube The Ry Cooder Story Website Support us on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:34:29

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14 Southern Comfort (1981)

2/1/2024
In this episode we discuss Cooder's second solo foray into the world of cinema, 1981's Southern Comfort. Cooder's second collaboration with action champion Walter Hill is a relatively unknown film, but one that is highly regarded among those in the know. The British Guardian even called it a masterpiece. The movie takes us deep into the swamps of the American South and into the world of the Cajun hinterland. For Cooder, it was a leap from the Wild West directly into the present and therefore a completely new challenge. He mastered it with flying colors. This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Additional background music The Mini Vandals Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube The Ry Cooder Story Website Support us on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:29:36

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13 Borderline (1980)

1/18/2024
As we heard in our last episode, Cooder was on the verge of becoming a full-fledged film composer in the early 1980s. But he kept the beat for two more studio albums, and Borderline was the first of them, released just a few months after The Long Riders premiered in theaters. It's another foray into the world of soul and R&B and well worth a listen. This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Additional background music The Mini Vandals Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube The Ry Cooder Story Website Support us on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:43:13

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12 The Long Riders (1980)

1/4/2024
In 1980, Cooder scored his first Hollywood movie, Walter Hill’s western The Long Riders about the adventures of the James-Younger Gang in the American Midwest. Cooder spent three months researching the period. He came up with authentic polkas, square dances, waltzes and other period evocations, and gathered a group of trusted collaborators. His sensitive score won him the first major award of his career, the Los Angeles Film Critics Association's award for Best Original Score. This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Additional background music The Mini Vandals Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube The Ry Cooder Story Website Support us on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:36:42

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BONUS Arlo Guthrie

12/14/2023
Arlo Guthrie, the fifth child of Woody Guthrie, America's legendary Dust Bowl troubadour, shot to fame with "Alice's Restaurant Massacree," a nearly 19-minute talking blues song. Successful albums, drug anthems and even a major Hollywood movie followed - and a five-year collaboration with Ry Cooder, who appears on several of Arlo's albums. They even toured together in 1971. This bonus episode of The Ry Cooder Story tells the story of their projects together. This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube The Ry Cooder Story Website Support us on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:31:04

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BONUS Randy Newman

11/28/2023
Today we celebrate Randy Newman's 80th birthday with a bonus episode. Of course, it is about the long collaboration between Ry Cooder and Randy Newman that started in the late 60s and lasted almost thirty years. It's another Warner Brothers connection that has produced numerous albums ("12 Songs", "Sail Away") and concerts, but surprisingly only one movie ("Performance"). This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube The Ry Cooder Story Website Support us on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:28:59

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11 Bop Till You Drop (1979)

11/16/2023
Chicken Skin Music and Jazz were commercial failures, so Cooder had to try something new again. For Bop Till You Drop, he turned to rhythm and blues and digital recording. The result was absolutely stunning. Bop Till You Drop, the first official digitally recorded rock-pop album in history, is an extraordinary record - a compelling combination of form and content. This episode tells the story of the production, introduces each song, and looks at Cooder's other activities in 1979, especially his live performances with David Lindley or at the No Nukes concert. This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube The Ry Cooder Story Website Support us on Patreon Ry Cooder and David Lindley live in Perth Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:48:04

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10 Jazz (1978)

11/2/2023
In 1978, Cooder made his most controversial record: Jazz. It was his seventh studio album, and for it he combined traditional jazz with Caribbean music, adding a 19th-century habanera, songs from minstrelsy and black vaudeville, and chamber arrangements composed by early jazz musicians. Jazz holds a special place in Cooder's oeuvre – not only because it plows different ground than virtually any other Cooder album, but also because Cooder himself has distanced himself from it. This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Additional background music The Mini Vandals Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube The Ry Cooder Story Website Support us on Patreon Ry Cooder Soundstage concert Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:53:55

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09 Show Time (1977)

10/19/2023
After Chicken Skin Music, Ry Cooder embarked on his first major national and international tour. This episode tells the story of the so-called Chicken Skin Revue, for which Cooder assembled a huge all-American band consisting of his black backup trio, Flaco Jiménez's Mexicans, and an American-Italian saxophonist. The U.S. leg of the tour resulted in Cooder's first live album, Show Time (1977). The European leg produced several additional recordings, which are also featured on the episode. This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Additional background music The Mini Vandals Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube The Ry Cooder Story Website Support us on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:39:34

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08 Chicken Skin Music (1976)

10/5/2023
Chicken Skin Music would be Cooder's most ambitious project to date. An entirely new style, more than two years in the making. Cooder incorporated two new musical ingredients: Tex-Mex, as played by accordion wizard Flaco Jiménez, and Hawaiian music, as played by Gabby Pahinui and Atta Isaacs. Gospel singers Bobby King, Terry Evans and Herman Johnson completed this exciting all-American band. The album was a critical triumph, but failed to reach the masses. This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube The Ry Cooder Story Website Support us on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:50:10

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07 Paradise And Lunch (1974)

9/21/2023
On Paradise And Lunch (1974), Cooder made several fundamental changes. First, he said goodbye to farmer tunes and dustbowl blues. Second, he worked on the songs more thoroughly in advance and planned the recordings much more carefully. And third, he used male backup singers for the first time, a trick that would come to define Cooder's style. This episode of the podcast covers the entire album as well as several live performances from the early ‘70s. This podcast frequently uses small snippets of musical recordings in podcast episodes for educational, review, and commentary purposes. In all cases, without exception, we believe this is protected by fair use in the U.S., fair dealing in the U.K. and EEA, and similar exceptions in the copyright laws of other nations. No more of the original than necessary is used, and excerpts are edited into long-form narratives, making the use transformative in nature. Written, produced and edited by Frank Schnelle Theme and background music by Chris Haugen Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube The Ry Cooder Story Website Support us on Patreon Ry Cooder Live At The Record Plant: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3Dtlc3KwCk Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Duration:00:45:10