Episode 27 of the Death by Discography podcast!
Guess who else is back, it’s Nick Drake and he’s brought some better produced gloominess.
Other highlights this week: Ananda Shankar gets Ned trying to remember the 1986 Whoopi Goldberg movie Jumpin Jack Flash, and the results are about what you’d expect, we dob Ned’s dad in for dabbling in pirated concerts, and we talk about how weird live albums sound without the crowd noise. Soft Machine don’t push our buttons and one of us describes Rod Stewart as looking like ‘a fox that ran into a door’.
PLUS Christie talks a surprising amount about Grand Theft Auto soundtracks. Something for everybody.
Albums this week:
- Bryter Later by Nick Drake
- Ananda Shankar by Ananda Shankar
- Live at Leeds by The Who
- Third by Soft Machine
- Gasoline Alley by Rod Stewart
For a complete list of the songs we mention on the podcast, check out our Spotify playlist.