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You're Not On The List

Podcast You're Not On The List
Podcast You're Not On The List

You're Not On The List

Jim Irvin
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Forgotten albums and the people who love them.
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Forgotten albums and the people who love them.
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  • Nick Drake special featuring The Chad Mitchell Trio, The Millennium & Fred Neil with Cally Callomon and Richard Morton Jack
    Musician, label boss, designer and manager of the Nick Drake estate, Cally Callomon and Richard Morton Jack, author of the recently published Nick Drake : The Life, join host Jim Irvin to select albums they think should be better known. The records discussed in this episode are: Mighty Day On Campus by The Chad Mitchell Trio (1961), Begin by The Millennium (1968) and Fred Neil, self-titled, (1967). With two of the foremost experts on Nick Drake in the room we take the opportunity to talk about Nick's legacy, his taste in music, how Richard set about writing about him and how Cally deals with regular offers of festival slots for him. We also discuss the expectations of record collectors, the early days of the British psych revival and the pitfalls of the baritone in pop. A Spotify playlist to accompany this episode, featuring all three albums in their entirety and lots of the other stuff mentioned on the show, is available here: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/29sJrxAtKOiB0Q1y2EqO7y?si=7de6c556be804a43
    6/09/2023
    1:30:34
  • You're Not On The Christmas List. Special episode with Andy Miller, Andrew Male and our alternative bumper Xmas playlist.
    Writers, critics and owners of pullovers, Andrew Male and Andy Miller come a-wassailing into view bearing audible gifts for us all, a festive album they deem to be under-celebrated and lots of neatly wrapped songs to decorate a Yuletide playlist of alternative crackers, curated by host Jim Irvin. They also discuss bygone family christmases and the music that played there. The Spotify playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5k2Vs5rbfIR8KDVd7ZUz6r?si=40cf29f9d3d04d56 Note: For rights reasons, this edited episode replaces the formerly available version.
    19/06/2023
    1:44:08
  • Randy, The Sundays & The Jayhawks, with Ian Winwood and Nick Duerden
    Host Jim Irvin is joined by the authors of two of 2022's most intriguing music books, Ian Winwood (Bodies) and Nick Duerden (Exit Stage Left). The albums up for discussion are: Randy - Randy The Band (2005), The Sundays - Reading, Writing & Arithmetic (1990) and The Jayhawks - Sound Of Lies (1997) We also take a deep dive into Ian and Nick's books about the emotional and physical toll taken by the music business, and what happens to artists when their career ends. You can find an accompanying Spotify playlist including all three albums here: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0IBTj2MFcTjwLW5vbmS7tX?si=4cd9bca4bb97446e For comments or questions on the show, please go to jimirvin.com and send an email via the Contact page or visit the You're Not On The List page at anchor.fm to leave a voice message.
    26/11/2022
    1:17:48
  • Billy Mackenzie, Fairport Convention & Renaissance with Maria McKee and Jo Kendall
    Jim Irvin is joined by two more bringers of undervalued joy: country-punk pioneer with a thousand years of LA heritage, and creator of one of the show's favourite albums, Maria McKee, and long-time staffer of Prog magazine, Jo Kendall. The albums up for discussion are: Billy Mackenzie - Transmission Impossible (2004), Fairport Convention - Fairport Convention (1968) and Renaissance - Renaissance (1969) Also discussed: burying the Queen, hanging out in LA with Love's Bryan Maclean (Maria's brother), trauma and mental illness as a spur for art, the wide world of contemporary prog, knitting to Hendrix, singing Beefheart in the bath and much more. You can find an accompanying Spotify playlist including all three albums here: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3g4rNTypxJDw0l6IRAqboR?si=502e61bdb58f4b5a For comments or questions on the show, please go to jimirvin.com and send an email via the Contact page or visit the You're Not On The List page at anchor.fm to leave a voice message.
    8/10/2022
    1:24:48
  • Joan Armatrading, John Cale & Bergen White with Kevin Brennan MP and Tom Gray
    Jim Irvin is joined in this episode by Kevin Brennan, the labour MP for Cardiff West, guitarist in parliamentary rock band MP4 and a solo artist in his own right, and Tom Gray, member of Gomez and founder of the #BrokenRecord campaign for fairer payments to musicians by streaming services. The albums up for discussion are: Joan Armatrading - Joan Armatrading (1976), John Cale - Vintage Violence (1970) and Bergen White - For Women Only (1970). Also discussed: the #BrokenRecord campaign's story so far, equitable remuneration, the lasting influence of community sing-songs, Glyn John's drum sound, is mastery overrated in music and why baroque pop didn't catch on. You can find an accompanying Spotify playlist including all three albums here: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4tpu4B2orts7Ia6JY9rMKz?si=5b40fb64aeeb470e For comments or questions on the show, please go to jimirvin.com and send an email via the Contact page.
    2/09/2022
    1:19:38

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