Music Rewind

Music Rewind

Fans, Musicians and Industry Experts talk about their favorite Music Album. Music lovers from all around the world join us each episode to talk about their favorite music album, how they discovered it, and what makes it special to them. All genres are discussed and guests from all over the world make for some fascinating music interviews. You may find some music you have missed. Almost everyone has that one album that is extra special to them for many reasons. Perhaps they discovered it as an impressionable youngling, or maybe it is an album that spoke to them in college and changed their life views. An album could be the soundtrack to an important moment in your life, for better or for worse. If you want to hear these stories or are simply a music lover at heart, then Music Rewind is for you. www.musicrewindpodcast.com A podcast from the Sidereal Media Group.

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July 1, 2024 76 mins

Music Rewind welcomes fellow podcaster and returning guest Bruce Carlson to the show to discuss Elvis Presley’s final studio album from 1977, Moody Blue. 

A wonderful conversation about Elvis and what it was like to grow up in music landscape dominated by the King of Rock & Roll. This was Elvis' final album having died 2 months after its release. That event and the circumstances around it are an aspect of this album that is alw...

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Music Rewind welcomes fellow music podcaster Rob Bailey to the show to discuss Amy Winehouse’s 2006 album, Back To Black. 

Rob is the host of the Sample Mining Podcast: Uncovering the deep ties behind some of hip-hop’s greatest songs.

You can find Sample Mining at: https://samplemining.podbean.com/ 

You can find Steve on Instagram: @sampleminingpod and @robsspinning

Album: Back To Black

Artist: Amy Winehouse

Year: 2006

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Music Rewind welcomes educator and music lover Tom Jeppson to the show to discuss the 1996 album from Counting Crows, Recovering The Satellites.

Listen to the story of how a single album in the middle of the massively creating 90’s music landscape was able to keep its priority spot in our guest’s 5-disc changer. 

Album: Recovering The Satellites

Artist: Counting Crows

Year: 1996

Listen to the album on Spotify https://open.spotify....

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Out On The Tiles is the Music Rewind Livestream series where we gather to talk music without any real agenda. Albums, artists, genres, songs, lists, favorites, duds, whatever comes up on any old Friday or Saturday night. 

Panelists This Go-Round: Steve Epley Bryce Evans Alan Zeigler  Mike Boroski Steve Rosen

Topics covered:  Live Albums Songs you can’t stop and must let finish Overplayed songs Supergoups What has music meant to you...

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February 5, 2024 59 mins

Music Rewind welcomes rock journalist Steve Rosen to discuss Who’s Next by The Who, his 50-year career and his most recent book, Tonechaser, about his friendship with Eddie Van Halen.

Steve has been a rock journalist for over 50 years and has interviewed many of the legends we all love for publications like Guitar World, Guitar Player, Playboy and Rolling Stone. He has also written 8 books over the years about the lives and musicia...

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Please enjoy our third entry into Music Through The Generations.  

Music Through The Generations is a Bonus series that takes a few music rewind regulars out into the field to interview a wide range of people of various ages and locations, a full generational gap of 70 years. We asks them all the same 5 musical questions, and the answers are fascinating. 

NOTE: A few of the interviews were conducted in community areas during Christ...

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Music Rewind welcomes members of the band Black Note Graffiti to the show to discuss two albums this episode: The Shape of Punk to Come by Refused, and also Diamond Eyes by Deftones. 

Black Note Graffiti is a progressive rock/metal band out of Detroit, MI.  Members are: Gabby Bryant (vocals/keys), Kris Keller (guitar/vocals), Kurt Keller (drums), Ricardo Ortiz (vocals/ guitar) and Adam Nine (bass).

Joining us on the show were Gabby...

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Music Rewind welcomes singer/songwriter Conner Cherland to the show to discuss the 2008 album from The Gaslight Anthem, The ‘59 Sound.

The second album from American rock band The Gaslight Anthem, we talk about how this album hit our guest’s ears at the perfect time to inspire a musical journey.  It was also an album that was missed by our host at the time, so it was a first-time listening experience to talk through. 

Album: The ‘5...

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Music Rewind welcomes graphic designer and YouTuber Nicole Blackburn to the show to discuss the 1993 debut album from The Cranberries, ‘Everyone Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We.’

A forever unique band, singer and sound that found its way to the ears of a young Midwestern Girl with Irish in her soul.  She found the music that spoke to her and never looked back.  The first album from Delores O'Riordan and The Cranberries is a wonde...

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Today I have good news and more good news. First, I am on vacation. That’s right. As you hear this I am unplugged, far away, and hopefully listening to some great tunes with a Mai Tai in my hand. 

Now, The other good news is that I am taking the moment to give all listeners a replay of one of my favorite episodes.  This episode comes from our first season, when we were just getting started, and maybe you haven’t made it to our back...

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Music Rewind welcomes writer and podcaster Keith Higgons to the show to discuss the 1986 self-titled album from rock band, Broken Homes.

A band that was filled to the brim with talent and potential, trying to find their place in the musical landscape of mid-80’s Los Angeles.  Band members Michael Doman, James ‘Jimmy’ Ashhurst, Kregg ‘Craig’ Ross, and Craig Aaronson may not be household names, but the reach of their influence still ...

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What song reminds you of Summer?

Music Rewind recently brought a panel together to answer that question with the Top 5 Songs of Summer.  While the actual purpose was to test out some new software, it was all successful and we ended up with a solid Bonus Episode.  

The topic is focused on what songs remind you of summer? Beach, picnics, road trips, family, sunshine, and loads of nostalgia. 

Please enjoy this bonus episode and let us...

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Music Rewind welcomes 2x Grammy-Award-Winning Producer and Audio Engineer Vago Galindo to discuss the 2020 album Punisher by Phoebe Bridgers.

An album that our guest discovered during the pandemic at a time where all aspects spoke to him in different ways. The music, composition, lyrics and arraignment all came together as a brilliant masterpiece that spoke to Vago on multiple levels. 

Album: Punisher Artist: Phoebe Bridgers Year: ...

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Out On The Tiles is the Music Rewind Livestream series where we gather to talk music without any real agenda. Albums, artists, genres, songs, lists, favorites, duds, whatever comes up on any old Friday night.

This episode takes a deep dive into the major 2023 Music Festival lineups and then some random, thought-provoking music questions to our panelists. 

So sit back and get ready for 2 - 3 hours of random music talk with Out On Th...

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Music Rewind welcomes NYC Singer/Songwriter Emily Gabriele to the show to discuss the 2017 album from Lorde; Melodrama.

An album that our guest puts into the coveted "offline music" category, Lorde's second album showcases the lyrics of an old soul through modern day beats and arrangements. 

Album: Melodrama

Artist: Lorde

Year: 2017

Get there album here: https://amzn.to/3JV454w 

Our Guest, Emily Gabriel, is an accomplished singer/...

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Music Through The Generations is a Bonus series that takes Music Rewind Regular Alan Zielger out into the field to interview a wide range of people of various ages and locations, a full generational gap of 70 years. He asks them all the same 5 musical questions, and the answers are fascinating. 

NOTE: A few of the interviews were conducted in community areas. We did our best to cut out the background junk, but sometimes a bit a noi...

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Music Rewind welcomes blues historian Marty Weil to discuss the three volume anthology: Chicago/The Blues/Today!

A moment in time that resulted in a perfect snapshot of the blues scene of mid-1960’s Chicago. Featuring legends: Junior Wells, Otis Rush, Otis Span, Johnny Cotton, J.B. Hutto, Homesick James, Johnny Young, Johnny Shines, Big Walter Horton, and others. 

Album: Chicago/The Blues/Today! Artist: Various Year: 1966

Our Guest...

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Music Through The Generations is a Bonus series that takes Music Rewind Regular Alan Zielger out into the field to interview a wide range of people of various ages and locations, a full generational gap of 70 years. He asks them all the same 5 musical questions, and the answers are fascinating. 

The Questions: What music is your favorite right now? What music did you listen to growing up? What music did your parents listen to? Wher...

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February 6, 2023 68 mins

Music Rewind welcomes back Danny Prokup for his second episode to discuss a now-legendary album that marked a turning point in the American Music evolution, 1991’s Nevermind by Nirvana.

A great conversation that tries to go beyond the impact and legacy of the album, and talk about how it was truly 3 guys having fun while playing their music. It just so happened to change music forever. 

Album: Nevermind Artist: Nirvana Year: 1991

G...

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Out On The Tiles #3 brings in a plethora of past and future quests to try their hand at Music Trivia and then a follow on conversation about concerts, bands, and all things music. (Plus way too much Creed)

Out On The Tiles is the Music Rewind Livestream series where we gather to talk music without any real agenda. Albums, artists, genres, songs, lists, favorites, duds, whatever comes up on any old Friday night.

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