5 episodes

Record Club is a live storytelling podcast that celebrates seminal albums and explores how these albums affect our lives. Hosted by musician Louise Burns, each episode features storytellers telling a true, personal story about how a particular record shaped them. This is not a show about dissecting the musicality of an iconic album, but a show that focuses on the relationship people have with music.

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    • Music Commentary
    • 3.5, 33 Ratings

Record Club is a live storytelling podcast that celebrates seminal albums and explores how these albums affect our lives. Hosted by musician Louise Burns, each episode features storytellers telling a true, personal story about how a particular record shaped them. This is not a show about dissecting the musicality of an iconic album, but a show that focuses on the relationship people have with music.

    Neil Young - Harvest

    Neil Young - Harvest

    This week’s Record Club features stories inspired by the 1972 Neil Young album Harvest. You’ll hear a tale about getting Neil Young high, a chord that changed a storyteller’s life, and how a farm boy feels about Harvest. Stories this week told by Bev Davies, Kevin Chong, Tariq Hussain, and Ryan Uytdewilligen.

    • 34 min
    Radiohead - OK Computer

    Radiohead - OK Computer

    This week’s Record Club features stories inspired Radiohead's 1997 album, OK Computer. Stories told by Francois Marchand, Rachel Fox, and Chris Brandt. You get a personal recounting from a fan who met members of Radiohead, a reflection on the album's changed meaning for someone who can't listen to it anymore, and a tale of how "Karma Police" comforted a cancer survivor.

    • 31 min
    Janet Jackson - Control

    Janet Jackson - Control

    This week’s Record Club features stories inspired by the 1986 Janet Jackson album Control told by Susan Colton, Brittany Tiplady, and Joni McKervey. You’ll hear a tale about a risque high school talent show, a ‘What Have You Done for Me Lately’ relationship, and a life changing Janet Jackson concert.

    • 28 min
    Alanis Morrisette - Jagged Little Pill

    Alanis Morrisette - Jagged Little Pill

    This week’s Record Club features stories inspired by the 1995 Alanis Morisette album Jagged Little Pill told by Arinn Westendorf, Adam Reid, and Justyna Krol. You’ll hear a tale about teenage obsession, a horrible experience that gave the album new meaning, and an awkward encounter with Alanis herself.

    • 32 min
    Introducing Record Club

    Introducing Record Club

    Record Club is a live storytelling podcast that celebrates seminal albums and explores how these albums affect our lives. Hosted by musician Louise Burns, each episode features storytellers telling a true, personal story about how a particular record shaped them. This is not a show about dissecting the musicality of an iconic album, but a show that focuses on the relationship people have with music.

    • 1 min

Customer Reviews

3.5 out of 5
33 Ratings

33 Ratings

Tanko1000 ,

Nostalgia Gold!

This show has all the feels - quirky, fun, heartfelt and emotional stories about classic albums - 3 eps in and I’m hooked. Great narration and context from host Louise Burns too. A great addition to my music pod rotation.

echophraxia ,

Helping me re-discover my favorite albums

This podcast is exactly what I need right now. I've been missing the feeling of being in a room with strangers but sharing a similar experience in enjoying the same album. The stories are funny, engaging, heartbreaking, intimate, informative etc. I feel like it's a way to re-ignite my interest in albums I've kind of grown accustomed to (having them on repeat during quarantine gets kind of boring) by hearing how they play into other people's lives. Love the clips mixed into the stories too, it gives me a taste of the album and makes me want to listen to the whole thing when I'm done the podcast. Favorite episode so far: OK Computer. the first guy really gets it! haha.

PodQueenOnTheScene ,

My new favourite show!

Record Club reminds me of what it’s like to be in a room with people having a shared experience of live storytelling - which is something I desperately miss! I end the episode with a smile on my face, and immediately want to dive into the album!

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