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0017 Hobnobbin with Slim and Slimmer

11/13/2017
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In this episode of Hobnobbin' with Slim Man, Mr. Man talks about his new recipe for turkey sausage Bolognese, fancy restaurants, and a birthday party for his friend, Abe. Includes an extended re-mix of the Bona Fide smash hit song, Mitch Mitch.

Duration: 00:33:26


0016 Hobnobbin' with Slim Man and Peter White Part 2

10/23/2017
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In this episode of Hobnobbin’ with Slim Man, Mr. Man talks with guitar picker Peter White, who rhapsodizes about his love for Motown and the Beatles, his championship-winning harmonica playing as a young man, and why he only reads non-fiction. Peter White is a charming Brit with a quick wit and some compelling stories.

Duration: 01:02:36


0015 Hobnobbin' with Slim Man and Peter White Part 1

10/16/2017
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In this episode of Hobnobbin’ with Slim Man, Mr. Man has a chat with guitarist Peter White, who talks about how he got his start with Al Stewart, his time with vocalist Basia, and his stellar, chart-topping, award-winning solo career. Peter talks about his brother Danny, his dad that encouraged him, and why Peter wears sandals, even in snowstorms. Part One of Two.

Duration: 00:53:49


0014 Hobnobbin' with Slim Man and Maysa

10/9/2017
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In this episode of Hobnobbin’ with Slim Man, Mr. Man chats with Maysa, the superb Baltimore singer who started out as the vocalist with the English band Incognito, and then branched out to a stellar solo career. Maysa talks about her degree from Morgan State for classical performance, about her time singing in Stevie Wonder’s band, and about her audition—over the phone—that led to her gig with Incognito.

Duration: 00:52:55


Hobnobbin' with Slim Man and Kasim Sulton

10/2/2017
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In this episode of Hobnobbin’ with Slim Man, Mr Man talks with Kasim Sulton, a musician who has played with some pretty incredible artists like Meatloaf, Todd Rundgren, Utopia, Joan Jett, and Hall and Oates. Kasim has fascinating stories about how he got started, his life in the music biz, and about his lucky phone. Also included is a live version of the Slim Man Band performing Summer Days, a song Mr. Man wrote while at Motown that was recorded by Angela Bofill.

Duration: 00:54:01


0012 Hobnobbin' with Slim Man and Greg Vail

9/25/2017
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In this episode of Hobnobbin’ with Slim Man, Mr. Man talks with most excellent sax player Greg Vail, who talks about the million-selling CDs he did for Time-Life, his love for growing tomatoes, and his stint in guitarist Peter White’s band. Slim Man features a recipe for Slim’s Manly Balls of Salmon, and an unreleased Bona Fide song, Tramonto.

Duration: 00:52:05


0011 Hobnobbin' with Slim Man and Eddie Gore

9/18/2017
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In this episode of Hobnobbin’ with Slim Man, Mr. Man has a chat with music producer Eddie Gore, who owns Studio C in the legendary RCA Studios in Nashville, Tennessee. Eddie talks about his philosophy of music production, how his dad’s baseball career led to Eddie discovering great music, and how he makes ribs with brown sugar, soy sauce, and grapefruit juice. Grapefruit juice?

Duration: 00:54:35


0010 Hobnobbin' with Slim Man and Rei Perri

9/11/2017
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In this episode of Hobnobbin’ with Slim Man, Mr. Man chats with filmmaker Rei Perri, who talks about his start with Barry Levinson and John Waters, about his challenges with addiction, and his new movie, My Name is Bruce. Also included is a Slim Man recipe for halibut fish sticks, and a song that Mr. Man wrote that was picked up by SONY Music.

Duration: 00:57:11


009 Hobnobbin with Slim Man and Jeff Kashiwa

9/4/2017
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In this episode of the Hobnobbin’ with Slim Man podcast, Mr. Man chats with Sax Man Jeff Kashiwa, who is not only a talented sax player, but a music educator, and a taco maker. Jeff talks about how he got his start in the band called The Rippingtons, why he moved on to a solo career, and his rewarding profession as a music educator up in the Great Northwest.

Duration: 00:54:22


008 Hobnobbin with Slim Man and Art Good

8/28/2017
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In this episode of Hobnobbin’ with Slim Man, Mr. Man chats with Art Good, the legendary jazz DJ who has one of the most successful jazz festivals in the world, the Catalina Jazz Festival. Art Good talks about how he got the festival started, his radio show, about his late-night phone conversations with Kenny G., and about his hobby of collecting golf balls. Art Good is a pioneer in the world of jazz and jazz promotion, and we hear about how he did what he did, and what he’s doing now.

Duration: 00:58:44


007 Hobnobbin with Slim Man and Will Donato

8/21/2017
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In this episode of Hobnobbin’ with Slim Man, Mr. Man has a chat with the charming and talented Saxman Will Donato, who tells all about his wild ride in the music biz, from his start with Richard Marx, to his solo career as a jazz guy, to the health scare that almost ended his career. Will has a new CD called Supersonic that’s making its way up the charts.

Duration: 00:52:57


006 Hobnobbin with Slim Man and Deanna Bogart

8/14/2017
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In this episode of Hobnobbin’ with Slim Man, Mr. Man chats with Deanna Bogart, a piano player, sax player, singer and songwriter whose music crosses genres from boogie-woogie to blues to country, with a dash of jazz. Deanna talks about how she started playing piano at the age of 20, her first gig in the legendary Cowboy Jazz band, and how she once played the halftime show at the Super Bowl.

Duration: 01:06:24


005 Hobnobbin with Slim Man and Patrick Clifford

8/7/2017
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In this episode of Hobnobbin’ with Slim Man, Mr. Man chats with legendary music biz guy Patrick Clifford. Patrick has signed everyone from the Romantics, to Etta James, to Blues Traveler, to the Neville Brothers and lots of others. Lots of colorful stories here, and some colorful language, so if there are impressionable young people around, put chewing gum in their ears. It’s a fun and funny, light and lively conversation with an acclaimed music mogul.

Duration: 01:02:29


004 Paul Brown

7/31/2017
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In this episode of the Hobnobbin’ with Slim Man podcast, Mr. Man chats with Grammy Award-Winning producer, engineer, and guitarist Paul Brown, who got his start recording vocals for Luther Vandross. Paul Brown has mixed dozens of number one songs for a wide variety of acts, and also releases his own urban jazz CDs, with him playing guitar. Paul just released a CD featuring his Nashville-based blues band, Brothers Brown. The CD is called “Dusty Road”.

Duration: 00:53:38


003 Marc Antoine

7/24/2017
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In this episode, Slim Man chats with his good friend, guitarist Marc Antoine, at his studio in Laguna, California. They talk about Marc’s new CD with pianist David Benoit, his relationship with producer Tommy LiPuma, and Marc’s musical journey from Paris to Madrid to the USA.

Duration: 00:55:49


002 Earl Bud Lee

7/17/2017
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In this episode of Hobnobbin' with Slim Man, Mr. Man has a chat with Earl Bud Lee, a songwriter who has written number one songs for Blake Shelton and Garth Brooks--whose recording of Earl Bud Lee's "I've Got Friends in Low Places" won both the Academy of Country Music and the Country Music Association awards for 1990 Single of the Year.

Duration: 00:48:15


Robert Ellis Orrall

7/3/2017
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In this very first episode of Hobnobbin’ with Slim Man, Mr. Man has a chat in Nashville with legendary songwriter/artist/label owner Robert Ellis Orrall, who co-wrote songs on the first few Taylor Swift albums.

Duration: 00:59:59