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Join Josh each week as he digs deep into another album he loves (and thinks you might enjoy as well).

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Join Josh each week as he digs deep into another album he loves (and thinks you might enjoy as well).

    Episode 44: Sleep Gunner Plays the Louvin Brothers Songbook, Vol. 1 (Sleep Gunner, 2014)

    Episode 44: Sleep Gunner Plays the Louvin Brothers Songbook, Vol. 1 (Sleep Gunner, 2014)

    This week, Josh discusses Sleep Gunner's 2014 release, Plays the Louvin Brothers Songbook, Vol. 1!

    • 10 min
    Episode 43: Call Me (Al Green, 1973)

    Episode 43: Call Me (Al Green, 1973)

    This week, Josh discusses Al Green's 1973 album, Call Me!

    • 9 min
    Episode 42: Malvina Reynolds...Sings the Truth (Malvina Reynolds, 1967)

    Episode 42: Malvina Reynolds...Sings the Truth (Malvina Reynolds, 1967)

    This week, Josh digs deep into Malvina Reynolds' life and work, specifically her second album, 1967's Malvina Reynolds...Sings the Truth!

    • 11 min
    Episode 41: Fewer Moving Parts (David Bazan, 2006)

    Episode 41: Fewer Moving Parts (David Bazan, 2006)

    This week, Josh discusses David Bazan's post-Pedro the Lion debut solo EP from 2006, Fewer Moving Parts!

    • 9 min
    Episode 40: Telefone (Noname, 2016)

    Episode 40: Telefone (Noname, 2016)

    This week, Josh discusses the debut mixtape from Noname, Telefone!

    • 8 min
    Episode 39: Plexure (John Oswald, 1993)

    Episode 39: Plexure (John Oswald, 1993)

    This week, Josh discusses John Oswald’s whirlwind, plunderphonic masterpiece from 1993, Plexure!

    • 8 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

AOTW Amazingly Well Done ,

AOTW Amazingly Well Done

This podcast is amazingly well done! Whether it's an album I've listened to 100 times or something I've never heard of, I learn something new about music and find a deeper appreciation for the things I’m interested in. You must check it out! Josh Rutner is the man.

LogicUser80 ,

Diving deep into unexpected places

I love these! Even with the albums I know well (most of them I don't), I learn a bunch and gain a new perspective. Some of the tangents he gets into are my fav moments. Go deep!

Thesey ,

Listen Up

This is just the best thing to listen to if you want to open your ears to new things and learn a lot about the music you love already. Mr. Rutner is an erudite, passionate musician whose love shines through in every single episode. Beautiful, beautiful thing.

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