They say there’s no business like show business and that’s why we decided to have some guests from another show! This week we welcome Nathan Beaudry and John Mottola from the spectacular Deep Purple Podcast, and we have something for the boys that is really special. I’m not too bashful to brag that I got rhythm, maybe not good enough for Alexander’s Ragtime Band, but with these special guests, I’m convinced everything’s coming up roses. This week we review the 1979 Ethel Merman Disco Album. They say it’s wonderful for some people, but for me Merms, I get a kick out of you!
Nate is back to cover another Beatles adventure. We’re digging into the original version of Revolver! In this episode we talk about our thoughts on the band and history with this album and era of The Beatles and start to get into the music.
Nathan Beaudry from The Deep Purple Podcast joins the guys to analyze “No One Knows” from the 2002 Queens of the Stone Age album Songs for the Deaf! For his first appearance on POT, Nate was given the privilege of picking the song and he chose this one, which marks the first time anything involving Dave Grohl has been featured on the show. Were some sacred cows slaughtered during the discussion, or did this cut receive Sweet Surrenders all around? Listen and find out!
Tonight’s the night for our one year anniversary show. It’s a family affair as we welcome and are reunited with our special guests Nathan Beaudry and John Mottola from The Deep Purple Podcast. My sweet lord, as green as the way we were when we first began, I can see clearly now how we’ve been stayin’ alive for 52 episodes. We won’t be going as far back as December 1963, but we will be looking at the Billboard top 50 Songs from the 1970s, as broadcast on the AT40 Episode from January 5, 1980. Although there are quite a few foreign acts in this countdown, for the most part it is a big slice of American pie. We’ll be talking about a few bad girls we knew, like Maggie May from Britain who was three times a lady, and my Sharona, who was a true blue American woman. There may be a few silly love songs, and perhaps a stinker, but one bad apple don’t spoil the whole bunch.
John Mottola, from the Deep Purple podcast, asked me to give this album a listen. I did, for the first time. Let’s see what I think and what John taught me about the band and their second studio album. This is the fourth part of a 4 part series because that’s just what happens when John comes to visit.
Welcome to the follow-up roundtable discussion on the HaskinCast podcast with my friends Juli Gort Finn and John Mottola and my new friend Derek Archambault. We dig into something I don’t know much about – the Alternative / Grunge music scene of the 1990’s. We talked about how it began and even curated a playlist for John and I. How did we react to the selections? How did Grunge end? Find out on this milestone episode!
Written by: Shelley Zellman, Don Nicholl and Michael Ross
Directed by Dave Powers
Stars John Ritter, Joyce Dewitt and Priscilla Barnes
John from the Deep Purple Podcast and Chris from the show Pod of Thunder join me as we discuss the shenanigans of Jack, Janet and Terri in this crazy episode where there is a misunderstanding about something.
John Mottola, from the Deep Purple podcast, asked me to give this album a listen. I did, for the first time. Let’s see what I think and what John taught me about the band and their second studio album. This is the second of a 4 part series because that’s just what happens when John comes to visit.
This week John Mottola from the legendary Deep Purple Podcat joins us and rolls a Joe Perry cut from 1977’s Draw The Line, this is “Bright Light Fright”!