Archived episodes of "Drop the Needle," a podcast that is kinda/sorta/pretty much exactly like NPR's "All Songs Considered" for the recovery community
Admitting That We're Powerless
Whether you subscribe to the 12 steps of AA, or you can't stand the thought of "The Rooms" at all, this episode has something for everyone. It was the first episode in our ambitious, rocky trek through all 12 that forever changed the podcast. Given the subject matter, Mike and Paul rolled solo in this one.
"Broken," lovelytheband"I Wanna Get Better," Bleachers"You Only Live Twice," Coldplay"Please Don't Die," Father John MistyThis podcast does not claim ownership over any of the media included.
Breaking Points (Recorded Live @ The Columbus, Ohio Podcast Festival)
Joined by guest Jen Hoening, the gang explores their different breaking points on stage during a live episode, recorded at the Columbus Podcast Festival.
Guest: Jason Lichtenberger
Songs in order of appearance:
“Nobody to Blame” - Chris Stapleton (Jason's choice)“ABC 123” - Tune-Yards (Sean's choice)“Everybody Wants to Rule the World" - Tears for Fears (Paul's choice)“Bad Bad Leroy Brown” - Jim Croce (Jason's choice)“Bad Blood” - Ryan Adams (Paul's choice)“Ride” - niko+ & Clans (Sean's choice)“Chateau Lobby #4" - Father John Misty (Paul's choice)“Ruins” - First Aid Kit (Sean's choice)This show does not claim copyright to any of the media included in this episode.
This show does not claim ownership/copyright of any of this episode's included media.
[Previously released October 2019]
"Back in Your Head," Tegan & Sara"The Pretender," Jackson Browne "In the Waiting Line," Zero 7"Oh Devil," Electric GuestDrop the Needle does not claim ownership over any of the media included in this episode.
Looking forward to hearing more from these guys. Love the authenticity that resonates with me on many levels. I’ve been surprised at the connection between music and my mental health and I’ll be interested to hear more what they have to contribute to this intriguing topic.
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Consistently relatable, consistently relevant, and easily my favorite podcast.
THE podcast that started my love of podcasts. Real stories, great music, truth in the struggle and success of life. Always look forward to the next episode. You guys have helped change my world, thank you. xoxox #beyou