40 episodes

Now this is happening. Paul Kaminski (Yesterday & Today Podcast and The Third Men Podcast) and Ryan Brady (Take It Away Podcast) host your new favorite podcast. What's it all about? Simple and easy. We trade our favorite records and talk about one album per podcast for about an hour. We each picked six albums for season one's twelve episodes. In every episode, imagine one guy is the "expert" and the other guy is the rookie. We swap roles throughout the season. We walk through the history of the albums, run through the track lists, and attempt to turn each other - and YOU, the listener - on to new music. Mostly, we listen and laugh. You may too. Please join us in conversation, discover something new, and now hear this. Please donate here.
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Now Hear This Paul Kaminski & Ryan Brady

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    • 4.8 • 20 Ratings

Now this is happening. Paul Kaminski (Yesterday & Today Podcast and The Third Men Podcast) and Ryan Brady (Take It Away Podcast) host your new favorite podcast. What's it all about? Simple and easy. We trade our favorite records and talk about one album per podcast for about an hour. We each picked six albums for season one's twelve episodes. In every episode, imagine one guy is the "expert" and the other guy is the rookie. We swap roles throughout the season. We walk through the history of the albums, run through the track lists, and attempt to turn each other - and YOU, the listener - on to new music. Mostly, we listen and laugh. You may too. Please join us in conversation, discover something new, and now hear this. Please donate here.
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    Spinal Tap feat. Sodajerker

    Spinal Tap feat. Sodajerker

    The season finale of Now Hear This has arrived, and with it a cranked-to-eleven episode! Brian and Simon from the Sodajerker podcast are on hand to guide us through This Is Spinal Tap. This epic album from the fake (but real) english (but American) hard rockers who want you to smell their respective glove is pound-for-pound one of the best rock-pastiche records in existence... and we're deep-diving through it all! From satanic Christmas celebrations to the twee cups and cakes of P.G. Woodhouse, we hope you enjoy walking through this surprisingly epic album as much as we did. Now hear this: "Sex Farm," "Big Bottom," and "Cups and Cakes."
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    • 1 hr 35 min
    Jellyfish - Spilt Milk

    Jellyfish - Spilt Milk

    Hope you're ready to join a fan club, because this episode is new and NOT a mistake! Now Hear This welcomes special guest Joe Pierandozzi to walk us through the wild, whacky and otherwise wonderful 1993 Jellyfish LP Spilt Milk. This Sturmer/Manning masterwork came in over-time, over-budget and over-blown, but has evolved into the kind of cult record that would spawn a million indie darlings - and continues to inspire to this day. Now hear this: "New Mistake," "Russian Hill," and "He's My Best Friend."
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    • 1 hr 45 min
    Lucy Walsh - When Life Was Figured Out

    Lucy Walsh - When Life Was Figured Out

    Lucy Walsh joins us to discuss her 2020 EP When Life Was Figured Out, and this six-track tour de force features a stunning array of talents from our guest this week. Join us as we deep-dive into Lucy's roots as an intensely-trained singer and pianist, and discuss her songwriting evolution over the years alongside some of the biggest talents in the music industry. From touring the world to finding inspiration in unusual places, Lucy's breath of experience and abilities are a sight (and sound!) to behold - and the EP collection is a captivating highlight reel of but a few of her many accomplishments. Now hear this: "1882," "So I Fall," and "Like Winter Leaves the Sun."
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    • 1 hr 17 min
    Ringo Starr - Old Wave

    Ringo Starr - Old Wave

    What's his name? It's RINGO! What's the album we're talking about today? OLD WAVE! The best Ringo album you've likely...never heard? In 1983 when former Beatle Ringo Starr needed a new sound to revitalize his solo career, ol' Ritchie enlisted the help of Eagles rocker Joe Walsh to craft a clean, catchy, up-tempo record that embodied the very best in Starr's capabilities. But a string of flops wrecked label havoc with this collection, and its contents would take years to surface in the US and GB. Discussing Old Wave with us today is founder of the hit Yesterday & Today podcast, Wayne Kaminski - who's here to talk Ringo, Caveman, tracking down dutch imports in the early 80's, and much more. Now hear this: Hopeless, Be My Baby, In My Car.
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    • 1 hr 24 min
    Peter Gabriel - Peter Gabriel 3 (Melt)

    Peter Gabriel - Peter Gabriel 3 (Melt)

    Prepare yourself for podcasts without frontiers - it's the Now Hear This deep dive into Peter Gabriel's seminal third solo (and third self-titled) studio effort, affectionately dubbed "Peter Gabriel 3" or "Melt". This groundbreaking gem not only cemented the solo hit-making status of the original Genesis frontman, but also established sounds that would permeate popular music throughout the 1980's (and beyond). Joining us on this journey into the wire is longtime Ryan & Paul podcast contributor Jack Faye, whose own music is is enough to make you lose your self control! Now hear this: I Don't Remember, Not One Of Us, Biko.
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    • 1 hr 14 min
    The Rolling Stones - Exile On Main Street

    The Rolling Stones - Exile On Main Street

    Ready to shine a light on the ultimate rock'n'roll band? Well, break out the cheap stuff and get those taxes in order because Now Hear This is taking a journey into the depraved south of France to deep dive into the Rolling Stones atmospheric masterpiece: Exile On Main Street. This torn and frayed offering of drunken stomps and trademark Jagger/Richards balls-out fury is held in high esteem by most...but has it always been that way? To answer that question, Paul is joined by the incomparable musician/singer/songwriter Luther Russell (Those Pretty Wrongs, The Bootheels) to uncover the history behind this iconic album, and get some rocks off in the process. Now hear this: Loving Cup, Ventilator Blues, Tumbling Dice.
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    • 1 hr 55 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

Jkamosaurus ,

A joy to listen to; better than Doughboys

Consistently informative, chill, and down to earth with ample sprinkli’ns of humor and levity. Enjoy every sandwich.

Movie degree ,

Ryan and Paul

How wonderful to listen! Ryan, you truly are missed. Thank you for the musical education. Paul, thank you for releasing!

MegaLionDet ,

Bat Wings sold me, had to review.

You two are bananas.

I never knew Ryan personally but after listening to two podcasts he’s cohosted, he’s clearly my kind of people. Paul is flippin’ brilliant. Both of you fill my ears with music and my belly with laughter.

Bullet points style review ...
So for albums upon albums worth songs you never knew were were missing in your life, down some Tang, watch an episode of the Simpsons, and take this slap happy audio moonshot sure to give you a goofy grin and music you’ll love.

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