14 episodes

Ronnie Lutes merges music and history in this compelling podcast about album liner notes.

The Liner Project The Liner Project

    • Music
    • 5.0 • 19 Ratings

Ronnie Lutes merges music and history in this compelling podcast about album liner notes.

    Johnny Horton - Sink the Bismarck

    Johnny Horton - Sink the Bismarck

    The song that inspired a podcast and teaches us about the Bismarck

    • 13 min
    Siouxsie and the Banshees - Cities in Dust

    Siouxsie and the Banshees - Cities in Dust

    Volcanic eruptions and stone phalluses

    • 11 min
    Joan Baez - China

    Joan Baez - China

    The 1989 Tiananmen Square protests

    • 12 min
    The Dead Kennedys - Holiday in Cambodia

    The Dead Kennedys - Holiday in Cambodia

    This is the end... at least of this season

    • 11 min
    Johnny Cash - The Ballad of Ira Hayes

    Johnny Cash - The Ballad of Ira Hayes

    Today we are talking about a legendary singer/songwriter and a legendary human being. We are talking about the person that was the inspiration for the beginning lines of this very podcast that you hear every week and that you just heard. It is from his iconic line, 'Hello, I'm Johnny Cash.'

    • 15 min
    Boomtown Rats - I Don't Like Mondays

    Boomtown Rats - I Don't Like Mondays

    This week we talk about Ethiopian Christianity, Band Aid, Live Aid, Famines, and Brenda Spencer.

    • 13 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

scottaw66 ,

An original! Fun and educational!

What a great idea for a podcast! I’m glad Ronnie came up with this idea and I’m glad he actually made it happen! He comes up with fascinating historical stories about the songs and people he features in The Liner Project. This podcast is just FUN!

Watson Reynolds ,

good and breezy

fun little podcast.

eternlaux ,

Awesome podcast!

Only two episodes deep and Ronnie is already knocking it out of the park. He’s a natural at this podcasting thing and the subject matter is some of my favorite stuff to geek out to. It’s like digging into a vinyl and finding those liner notes and getting that little bit of additional insight about the album/tracks that made that money spent well worth it, but in podcast form. Great job Ronnie.

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