25 episodes

Hammond Chamberlain and Brian Ibbott take a look at a single band or artist every episode, and delve into their history and discography!

Soundography | A Crash Course in Music, One Band at a Time! Hammond Chamberlain & Brian Ibbott

    • Music
    • 4.7 • 21 Ratings

Hammond Chamberlain and Brian Ibbott take a look at a single band or artist every episode, and delve into their history and discography!

    Soundography #117: Todd Snider

    Soundography #117: Todd Snider

    The post Soundography #117: Todd Snider appeared first on Soundography | A Crash Course in Music, One Band at a Time!.

    Soundography #116: Supertramp

    Soundography #116: Supertramp

    The post Soundography #116: Supertramp appeared first on Soundography | A Crash Course in Music, One Band at a Time!.

    Soundography #115: Porcupine Tree

    Soundography #115: Porcupine Tree

    The post Soundography #115: Porcupine Tree appeared first on Soundography | A Crash Course in Music, One Band at a Time!.

    Soundography #114: Slayer

    Soundography #114: Slayer

    The post Soundography #114: Slayer appeared first on Soundography | A Crash Course in Music, One Band at a Time!.

    Soundography #113: Arthur Brown

    Soundography #113: Arthur Brown

    The post Soundography #113: Arthur Brown appeared first on Soundography | A Crash Course in Music, One Band at a Time!.

    Soundography #112: 1988

    Soundography #112: 1988

    The post Soundography #112: 1988 appeared first on Soundography | A Crash Course in Music, One Band at a Time!.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

philrood ,

Best Music Podcast

Brian and Hammond do a brilliant job of showcasing a wide variety of musicians and their careers. Love the insight into each artist they cover.

Easonia ,

Two uniformed guys just showing off their ignorance

I couldn’t get more than three minutes into the episode on De La Soul. The lack of knowledge (and simple ability to correctly pronounce band member names) and veiled racial ignorance and borderline insensitivity was galling. There are so many actually good music podcasts don’t waste time with this one

Robert the Iceman ,

Love the show, but.....

Hey guys! Love the show so far (started with the Styx episode), but I have some factual errors to point up: TW4 doesn't stand for Tradewinds 4, but instead "There Were Four." Next, the brothers in the band were Chuck and John Panozzo (John passed away in 1996) And, finally, Tommy Shaw was born and raised in Montgomery, AL, but was discovered in the Chicago-area and brought in as a replacement for John Curulewski, who left in 1976.

Looking forward to hearing the others I have downloaded! Brian, I love your work with "Film Sack," and the various "Coverville" shows! Keep it going, guys!

Top Podcasts In Music


Listeners Also Subscribed To