Greatest Music of All Time Podcast

Greatest Music of All Time Podcast

Tom Cridland hosts candid conversations evolving from music.

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May 20, 2022 77 min

Donnie Vincent has a conversation with Tom in Denver, Colorado about the collective madness, the new "religion of wokeness", and the impact on Western society and culture. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to improve quality of sleep and to boost productivity in clinical trials, this remarkab...

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Mike "Supe" Granda of The Ozark Mountain Daredevils joins Tom in Nashville for a conversation about his long career with the legendary American band, working with Glyn Johns on their biggest hits and how he remains inspired by the music of The Beatles. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to imp...

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May 10, 2022 53 min

Alison Thorsteinsen has a conversation with Tom about the writing, recording and production of her new album, The Outside. She also talks about being featured on Elton John's radio show out of the blue and why she admires Kanye West's music and videos. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to imp...

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May 6, 2022 56 min

Scroobius Pip has a conversation with Tom about some records he loves, his journey to chart success in music and the art of stopping something at the right time, and then being ahead of the curve in setting up his successful podcast, "Distraction Pieces", in 2014. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. ...

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May 3, 2022 51 min

Legendary bassist, guitarist and record producer, Dennis Bovell, has a conversation with Tom about his life in music, from his roots in dub music and setting up his own sound system in London, being in Matumbi and then going on to pioneer the "lovers rock" genre. Dennis' compilation of some of his greatest musical moments, The DuBMASTER: The Essential Anthology, is out now. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the o...

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April 30, 2022 28 min

Patrick Myers tells Tom the story of Killer Queen, a tribute band he started at University in London in the '90s that has gone on to play the same arenas Queen themselves played in their heyday. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to improve quality of sleep and to boost productivity in clinical tr...

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April 29, 2022 48 min

Richard Simpson has had a long and distinguished career in music as a vinyl cutting engineer first at RCA Records and now at Erika Records. He has mastered records for Elvis Presley, David Bowie, Lou Reed, John Denver, The Monkees, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. Richard tells Tom the secrets of how he has sustained such a lengthy and successful life in the industry. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-u...

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April 26, 2022 29 min

Robert Sapolsky is an author, neuroendocrinologist, and professor of biological sciences and neurology at Stanford University. Robert has a conversation with Tom about his relationship with music and why he believes there is no such thing as "free will". This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to i...

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April 19, 2022 44 min

Bret Easton Ellis, the American author behind cult bestsellers such Less Than Zero and American Psycho, has a conversation with Tom from his home in West Hollywood, California. Bret discusses his taste in music, Adele, Taylor Swift, cancel culture, the future of humanity, the '90s, social media and his upcoming novel, The Shards, which he serialised on Patreon. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of ...

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March 12, 2022 29 min

Don McLean candidly tells Tom what he thinks about rap music, Taylor Swift and what it means to be American. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to improve quality of sleep and to boost productivity in clinical trials, this remarkable device also features high quality audio with DAB+ radio, Bluetoo...

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March 12, 2022 47 min

Dan Haggis of The Wombats talks to Tom about how the band built their career in an old school way through years and years of independent touring, culminating in their breakthrough smash hits like "Moving to New York" and "Kill the Director". Dan also tells Tom about their latest album, Fix Yourself, Not the World, which reached number 1 on the UK album charts this year. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the o...

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March 12, 2022 40 min

Airrion Love speaks to Tom about his over 50 years as a founding member of The Stylistics, his long friendship with fellow original bandmate, Herb Murrell, and what he thinks about Silk Sonic being inspired by their "Philadelphia Soul" sound. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to improve quali...

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March 12, 2022 37 min

Louis Dunford tells Tom his story in the music industry, from getting started uploading weekly songs to Youtube, to playing empty venues or "toilets" and nearly being driven to give up on his dreams. He reveals the turning point that led to him finding his audience and selling out London's Union Chapel for a concert on his first major tour this coming April. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventor...

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March 12, 2022 64 min

Gary Laderman is the Professor of American Religious History and Cultures at Emory University. He talks to Tom about how the modern day phenomena of celebrity and social media are replacing traditional religions in the Western world. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to improve quality of sleep and t...

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March 12, 2022 47 min

Pete Sears, the British rock bassist and keyboardist, talks to Tom about his career playing in Jefferson Starship and Hot Tuna, on Rod Stewart's seminal albums, Gasoline Alley and Every Picture Tells a Story, and with his current band, Moonalice. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to improve quali...

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March 12, 2022 46 min

Ilan Eskkeri has a conversation with Tom about his extensive career composing music for film, television and video games, including Still Alice, Stardust, Shaun The Sheep, The Snowman & the Snowdog, The Young Victoria, A Perfect Planet, Ghost of Tsushima and The Sims. He also discusses his latest project, a collaboration with the astronaut, Tim Peake, and the European Space Agency, entitled Space Station Earth. This episode is ...

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February 28, 2022 40 min

Brent Wilson has a conversation with Tom about his new documentary Long Promised Road, which features legendary Beach Boy singer songwriter, Brian Wilson, candidly interviewed. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to improve quality of sleep and to boost productivity in clinical trials, this remarkable ...

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February 28, 2022 40 min

Donovan Woods has a conversation with Tom about his journey in music, why after writing "Portland, Maine" for Tim McGraw to record he felt compelled to release his own version, and what he thinks of Oasis frontman, Liam Gallagher, singing with his arms behind his back. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sun...

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February 28, 2022 64 min

Amit Goswani has a discussion with Tom about how it came to be his mission to spread the word about quantum spirituality, as well as the cause and effect of the massive increase in narcissism in 21st Century society. This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to improve quality of sleep and to boost productiv...

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February 28, 2022 52 min

Jack Hues tells Tom the story of Wang Chung and how they came to create their beloved hit singles such as "Dance Hall Days" and "Everybody Have Fun Tonight". This episode is brought to you by Lumie, the original inventors of wake-up lights, whose Bodyclock Luxe 750DAB wake-up light mimics a natural sunrise and sunset. Shown to improve quality of sleep and to boost productivity in clinical trials, this remarkable dev...

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