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38 minutes | Aug 10, 2022
Best and Worst of Woodstock '69
A discussion of the best and worst of Woodstock 1969. Author Mike Greenblatt (who was there) and editor Patrick Prince (who was not) talk about the significance of this cosmic event, from the powerful brown acid to the genuine camaraderie of everyone there. Greenblatt discusses experiences you might expect and some you would not. A must listen for all those interested in music history and the importance of this particular once-in-a-lifetime event.
28 minutes | Aug 1, 2022
Record Store Record visits Vertigo Music
The Record Store Recon edition of the Goldmine Podcast puts the Michigan record shop Vertigo Music up for discussion after (somewhat) anonymous reporter Dr. Disc takes a trip there to review it. He brought guest Tom Trauma from the Punk Till I Die podcast along, and they come to the conclusion that this is probably the best store to go to in the state. Listen why.
44 minutes | Jul 1, 2022
Worst Beatles songs
Let's face it, even if you re the biggest Beatles fan in the world, you have your least favorite Beatles songs. Basically, that is what we are discussing here in this episode of the Goldmine Podcast. Picking our 5 least favorite (worst) Beatles songs. These are the songs we usually skip over when we are listening to a Beatles record, CD, digital album or stream. There's a catch. Dave Thompson, the guest host for this episode, wrote an article online in June describing his least favorite (worst) Beatles songs 1967-1970. So, this episode will center on Beatles songs pre-1967. Listen and tell us if you agree or disagree. As Dave Thompson puts it: Even the Fab Four had their off-days, you know.
32 minutes | Jun 22, 2022
Record Store Recon: Vinyl Record Dude
Welcome to the Record Store Recon! The Goldmine podcast edition, that is. This episode we will talk about the record store in Scottsdale, Arizona, called Vinyl Record Dude. This is a store that seems small upon first entry, but huge in its back storage area where they have most of their inventory. If it's not in front, ask for it, an employee will look it up on the store's computer and go fetch it. It's that organized! Plenty of other cool things about this store, too. So listen to the new episode — we'll even remind you of a past visit to San Diego's Taang Records and you'll have a chance to win prizes!
28 minutes | Jun 21, 2022
Ann Wilson of Heart
Vocalist Ann Wilson of Heart visits the Goldmine Podcast to talk about her newest solo album, Fierce Bliss, the band Heart's place in the classic rock pantheon and more.
33 minutes | Jun 20, 2022
How NFT fan engagement works
How NFT fan engagement works well in the entertainment field and ultimately connect to music collectors of all stripes. Technical director Jim Mohen discusses how TingTech, which has now evolved into The Drop, centers on NFT fan engagement in the entertainment field. Mohen explains that there's a lot more than merely obtaining and collecting an NFT token itself; a secure token opens the doorway to many other possibilities for the superfan and collector. Mohen will explain in detail the possibilities of NFTs in entertainment (and also how to overcome any flaws or negativity.surrounding them).
42 minutes | May 31, 2022
Led Zeppelin NFTs
NFT bundles of rare concert tickets from four (4) nights at Chicago Stadium in 1980 of Led Zeppelin shows that never happened because drummer John Bonham passed away weeks prior to the scheduled dates. "NFT bundles" contain a physical item plus a one-of-a-kind digital token (NFT) that confers ownership. Listen to the owner of Rock-Expo.com, Michael Dehn, describe the fascinating story behind the tickets and exactly how these will be sold to interested music collectors,
22 minutes | May 12, 2022
Record Store Recon: Dearborn Music
The Record Store Recon edition of the Goldmine Podcast brings on (as usual) Dr. Disc to give our listeners a review of his latest record store find. His latest praise is for Dearborn Music in Dearborn, Michigan, a shop that has been a family business since the '50s and, btw, one of the largest stores he has stepped foot into. Listen up and listen in to what makes Dearborn Music so cool and we'll have a giveaway for you straight from the store itself (if you are the first to answer our mid-podcast question on Twitter). We also share our April Record Store Day experiences (and what we are looking forward to in June).
40 minutes | Apr 28, 2022
Neil Zlozower NFT auction
Famed rock photographer Neil Zlozower comes on the Goldmine Podcast to talk about his first NFT auction with Julien's Auctions, auctioning off NFTs (with matching prints) of his FU Themed Portraits, accepting bids now and ending on May 16, 2022. You can go HERE right now to check out the selection and bid ASAP, but we recommend you check out what Zloz (as he likes to be called) has to say about being a newcomer to the NFT space. Plus he always has some great rock and roll stories to tell. Part of Pantheon Podcasts
36 minutes | Apr 22, 2022
"Record Store Day" author Larry Jaffee
Author Larry Jaffee comes on the Goldmine Podcast to talk about his book on the Record Store Day phenomenon, titled Record Store Day: The Most Probable Comeback of the 21st Century, A lot is debated about record collecting and the resurgence of vinyl as a format — and, of course, even more talk about the celebratory event for independent record stores, Record Store Day!
42 minutes | Apr 21, 2022
Kasım Sulton of Utopia fame
Famed Utopia bassist Kasim Sulton comes on the Goldmine Podcast to talk about the production of his own Unsung podcast — a fictional comedic series based on his life — and the overall value of Utopia's music. Part of Pantheon Podcasts
23 minutes | Mar 31, 2022
One-Hit Wonders Vol. 1
This episode on one-hit wonders is an extension of Warren Kurtz' Goldmine interviews with Norman Greenbaum and about Benny Mardones and Pete Carr, all of whom had only one hit in the Top 40. Part of Pantheon Podcasts
18 minutes | Mar 21, 2022
Record Store Recon: Creme Tangerine Records
Record Store Recon goes back to its very beginning and re-visits Creme Tangerine Records in Costa Mesa, CA. The record store owns its own record label and Recon even talks about the store's CLUB 33 1/3 MEMBERSHIP, where the employees curate records for you every month according to your musical tastes.
29 minutes | Mar 4, 2022
Bob Dylan Center's Artist-In-Residence Joy Harjo
This episode's guest will be U; S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo, who is the first Artist-In-Residence for the new Bob Dylan Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, which will have its grand opening to the public on May 10, 2022, Harjo, a Tulsa native, will produce educational programs and schedule live performances for the Center, as well as curate special exhibitions. The Center will contain the Bob Dylan archives, which is a collection of more than 100,000 items spanning the songwriter's entire career, Harjo will explain the opening of the Bob Dylan Center in more detail on this episode of the Goldmine Podcast.
18 minutes | Feb 28, 2022
Record Store Recon: SmartPunk Record Shop
The Goldmine Podcast's latest Record Store Recon episode looks at SmartPunk Record Shop in Orlando, Florida — complete with a giveaway from the store! Listen to the episode to learn more about this unique shop in the heart of Florida, and if you listen carefully enough, you might be able to win a giveaway from the store!
31 minutes | Feb 25, 2022
Singer-songwriter Nash Albert
Singer-songwriter Nash Albert talks about his solo album Yet on MIG Music. Yet is one of the best rock records released this year (so far) — it's eclectic in scope and nuanced in style, and very influenced by the psych bands of the '60s and the alternative rock bands of the '90s. Born in Georgia, Albert grew up and lives in Moscow, but has traveled the world with other bands until he put our this recent album. Listen to his story and check out several samples of his songs from the album Yet. It's worth the listen!
55 minutes | Feb 11, 2022
Guitarist K.K. Downing talks about his former band Judas Priest hitting the 50-year mark. Downing discusses the early days of Priest, since he was a co-founder of the band., and his departure. Then he goes on to discuss his new band,, K.K.'s Priest, and the future of his own legacy.
43 minutes | Feb 4, 2022
VinylKey is a company that securely links vinyl records to NFTs. The company's founders, CEO Gar Ragland and software engineer Sean Moore, explain the process of uniquely pressing NFT tags into a vinyl record and why this will change the future of collecting records. It's a podcast episode that every music collector should check out.
39 minutes | Jan 26, 2022
Producer, composer and drummer Leslie Mandoki comes on the Goldmine Podcast to talk about the latest album by prog rock supergroup Mandoki Soulmates, Utopia For Realists. Mandoki Soulmates can be called a supergroup because of its many collaborators — beginning in its infancy with contributions from Jon Lord, Greg Lake and Jack Bruce and currently involving the likes of Jethro Tull's Ian Anderson, Mike Stern, Al DiMeola on the latest release. Leslie has stories to share, as a Hungarian refugee in 1975, escaping the Iron Curtain, to working with the late Soulmate bassist Jack Bruce (Cream) to vocalist Eric Burden (Animals, War) and Phil Collins (Genesis), Prog lovers will take a lot from this particular episode. Part of Pantheon Podcasts
46 minutes | Jan 11, 2022
Joe Satriani's abstract art
Guitarist Joe Satriani comes on the Goldmine Podcast to talk about his fine artwork —abstract painting — and how this creativity works with the guitar playing he is known for. Satriani is working with Wentworth Gallery and those interested in viewing and buying his artwork can go to wentworthgallery.com.. In fact, you can find out on this particular podcast where to view Joe's artwork in-person at Wentworth Gallery exhibits for Joe's current gallery tour. It's a fascinating listen and worth checking out for art and music lovers.
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