Go behind the scenes of our love songs between women. The Instant Love Podcast takes you into production of the innovative collection of classic love songs sung woman to woman for the first time. Instant Love celebrates mothers, daughters, sisters, friends, lovers, and everything in-between, celebrating women and exploring all shades of love through music. The podcast is hosted by music industry legend Richard Gottehrer and his copilot Allison Zatarain, with many special guests. It features music Van Morrison, Leonard Cohen, and Ryan Adams an recordings reimagined by Irma Thomas, Holly Miranda, and Nicole Atkins, to name a few. "It is about the wonderful impracticality of unconditional love — wherever, whenever and with whomever." - NPR "A global sisterhood project" - Billboard The Instant Love Podcast is produced by Instant Records, a record label originally founded in the 1970’s by legendary producer, songwriter and record executive... Show More
“She says don’t worry baby, everything will come out alright.”
Hosts Richard Gottehrer and Allison Zatarain reminisce about the time Richard was “stood up” for a dinner date in L.A. by the free-spirited singer Rachel Fannan, and how she made things alright with her “Don’t Worry Baby” recording sung woman to woman for Instant Love years later. You’ll hear her version as well as the original by The Beach Boys. Richard and Sune Rose Wagner of The Raveonettes geek out about recording the track together in his Venice, CA studio. Resident musicologist Richard Barone shares Beach Boy Al Jardine’s love for the new version, and how Brian Wilson calls the song an homage to a legendary writer/producer.
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