Sunday, 26 May 2013

Podcast #2 : Carole King - Now That Everything's Been Said (The City) & The Legendary Demos



So we made it to number 2!



You can download it from Libsyn or this i-tunes link


This particular 'cast came out of a suggestion from a pal, Brian, who flagged up 'Now That Everything Been Said' by The City as one of the greatest albums you've never heard. Carole King's involvement and my knowledge of her career but total ignorance in this platter was perfect for the podcast

Brian was superb in talking about Carole and the album and I was more than happy to let him talk effusively which he does. We cross the 1hr mark which I don't like but I have edited this pretty hard. I think from now on, 1 album per cast is the limit as any more will lead to boredom on the listener's behalf. 

WE RECOMMEND YOU USE THE SPONSORS MESSAGE BREAK TO GO OUT, MAKE A CUP OF TEA, WALK THE DOG AND GENERALLY REST FROM OUR INCESSANT QUACKING. 

We couldn't recall the magic mic setup that worked so well last time so this goes a little awry and I had to fiddle with the levels here and there but I hope it doesn't spoil things


Further listening:





Now That Everything's Been Said - The City - available on i-tunes/ Spotify / Amazon Mp3s and deleted on 1999 CD imprint and 1968 original vinyl issue

The Legendary Demos - Carole King - i-tunes / CD/ LP


And these are two fabulous comps that Brian brought along with him that I immediately went out and purchased




The Songs Of Carole King - 3 CDs of artists performing Carole King & Goffin & King songs. Pretty comprehensive and has a couple of very early Carole solo cuts too

Goffin & King: Song Collection 1961-67 - An Ace Records compilation of performance of G&K material which includes the version of Dusty Springfield's 'I Wasn't Born To Follow' that we discuss during the cast 

So any feedback welcome at thirtythreeandanerdpodcast@gmail.com

This is the 1st of our casts to premiere on I-tunes so feel free to subscribe and leave us 5 or 1 star reviews

Next podcast will be with you sooner rather than later. We're starting to pick up steam

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