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There's so much more to music than what meets the ear. Musicology With The Eagle is a podcast which explores beyond the chords to find and appreciate the hidden details of the music that you love, or might never have heard of.

There's so much more to music than what meets the ear. Musicology With The Eagle is a podcast which explores beyond the chords to find and appreciate the hidden details of the music that you love, or might never have heard of.
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Location:

Doha, Qatar

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There's so much more to music than what meets the ear. Musicology With The Eagle is a podcast which explores beyond the chords to find and appreciate the hidden details of the music that you love, or might never have heard of.

Language:

English


Episodes

Episode 17 - Sampling & 'The Amen Break', John Frusciante, Yeah Yeah Yeahs

12/5/2015
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In this episode, The Eagle tries to get his head around sampling and copyright law with regard to music, and ends up learning about one of the most sampled recordings of all time, 'The Amen Break', which for years has been uncredited by producers from hip hop to drum 'n bass. We are also gifted with new releases from wily guitar wizard John Frusciante - all for free, and far-removed from his work with Red Hot Chili Peppers. Lastly, we remember the watershed moment in art-punk trio Yeah...

Duration:00:21:05

Episode 16 - The Clash, Coldplay, Jeff Buckley

11/21/2015
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In this episode, The Eagle notices a sharp increase in the number of musical biopic films being released over the past year, and given the news of an upcoming biopic about punk pioneers The Clash called 'London Town', he explains why so many music stories are becoming ripe for re-enactment. We also embark on an 'Adventure Of A Lifetime' - Coldplay's new single - and examine the unfinished work of an artist gone too soon (Jeff Buckley). Episode 16 Segment Times:...

Duration:00:21:19

Episode 15 - John Mayer & Grateful Dead, Grimes, Radiohead

11/7/2015
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This week, The Eagle tries to understand why some bands choose to soldier on after original members have passed away, with the news that guitar sensation John Mayer has joined the Grateful Dead off-shoot group Dead & Company. We also try to make sense of eclectic synthpop sorceress Grimes' new album 'Art Angels', and put on our tin-foil hats for a musical conspiracy theory concerning Radiohead in this week's retrospective. Episode 15 Segment Times: ---------------------------------------...