27 episodes

Everyone has albums that were special to them at different times in their life. Deeper Cuts brings three people together to listen to those albums. Join Graeme Burk, Shannon Dohar and Rob Jones every week as they listen to an album that meant something one to them and discuss what it means to them now.

Deeper Cuts Graeme Burk, Shannon Dohar and Rob Jones

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    • 4.9, 9 Ratings

Everyone has albums that were special to them at different times in their life. Deeper Cuts brings three people together to listen to those albums. Join Graeme Burk, Shannon Dohar and Rob Jones every week as they listen to an album that meant something one to them and discuss what it means to them now.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

scravitz ,

Wasn’t sure what to expect

I listened to a couple of episodes, Green Day, Joe Jackson, things I was familiar with, and then Back Street Boys who I have detested with a passion...you guys hooked me! Great insightful conversation, good job. BTW, the Beatles wrote and played instrument, ie not a BOY BAND!😄

KatieHoffman ,

Comfy

It's like hanging out in a garage sitting on a ripped up couch and talking with people who really like music and also are pretty thoughful and funny. The Anne Murray episode had me in stitches.

Drew Walko ,

Avoids the War Horses, Hooray!

I'd been looking for a good music discussion podcast to listen to for a while now--one that appeals to my tastes but doesn't rehash the same usual suspects and critics' darlings, but discusses albums in a thoughtful manner. Deeper Cuts fits the bill admirably for me in those respects.

Each week, one of the hosts selects an album that has meant something presonal to them at a given time in their life, and presents it to the group to discuss what songs and aspects of the album worked for each of them (or not) and why. Having three hosts' rotating choices of what album is discussed from week to week ensures variety, and so far the albums presented have run the gamut from records I know inside out, to ones I have a passing familiarity with, and ones I've never heard but ended up quite enjoying. It's quickly become one of the podcasts that goes right to the front of the queue when it drops each week. Definitely recommended.

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