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The stories behind Light In The Attic releases.

The stories behind Light In The Attic releases.
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The stories behind Light In The Attic releases.




The Lost World Of Acetone

Join us on a ride along with Mark Lightcap, guitarist of forgotten 90s band Acetone, as he tells us all about a Los Angeles that no longer exists and the band that disappeared along with it.

Duration: 01:14:13

Lynn Castle & The Ladies Of LITA

This episode we highlight a few women who are doing awesome things in the music world. In the first half we talk to our favorite songstress, Lynn Castle. Lynn, who was known as Los Angeles' first "Lady Barber," recorded her beautiful songs back in the 60s with the help of Jack Nitzsche and Lee Hazlewood, but they've lain dormant ever since.. until now! In the second half we eavesdrop on a conversation between two experimental female musicians, Suzanne Doucet and Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith. We...

Duration: 00:53:02

The Tumbleweed Records Story

This is the story of the little record label that could... until it couldn't. From 1971-1973 Tumbleweed Records put out an eclectic range of music from a wild family of musicians, many of whom were local to Denver, Colorado. Over the past few decades, crate diggers have stumbled upon Tumbleweed's records in dollar bins around the country, unaware of the short-lived, glittering empire behind them.

Duration: 00:26:07

Spooner Oldham

You may not know his name, but you know his music. Spooner Oldham is a linchpin of southern soul and R&B. A legendary ivory-tickler whose name is synonymous with the Muscle Shoals sound of Alabama, Oldham has backed and/or written songs for the likes of Etta James, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Wilson Pickett, Percy Sledge, Aretha Franklin, Janis Joplin and so many more.

Duration: 00:44:44


In episode four, we take you on a wild ride through the wonderful world of Lee Hazlewood. This in-depth look at the life and tunes of the legendary mustachioed cowboy crooner is the first of its kind and features incredible insight thanks to our guest host, Hunter Lea — a Hazlewoodologist. Push play to hear all about Hazlewoodism, its cause, and its cure.

Duration: 01:21:31

Low Down With Flea & Amy-Jo

Episode 3 is finally here and it's all about our recent jazz soundtrack release, Low Down. Listen in on a conversation between Flea (co-producer & co-star of the Low Down film) and author Amy-Jo Albany (whose memoir about growing up with her dad, legendary jazz pianist Joe Albany, sparked the film). They talk about their shared experiences growing up with drug-addicted jazz musician fathers in the Los Angeles of the 60s & 70s. They also talk about hitchhiking, that one time Flea chased...

Duration: 00:54:08

Greetings From Suicide Bridge

Two loners who happened to join forces put all their darkest and least viable works together on one record, if only to spite the industry that had rejected them. This is the story behind Light In The Attic's reissue of 1984 Los Angeles folk album, "Songs From Suicide Bridge" by David Kauffman and Eric Caboor.

Duration: 00:29:14