116 episodes

Track-by-track opinionated commentary and anecdotes by two rock 'n' roll field hands, about albums you know and (maybe) love.

That Record Got Me High Podcast Rob Elba and Barry Stock

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    • 4.9, 42 Ratings

Track-by-track opinionated commentary and anecdotes by two rock 'n' roll field hands, about albums you know and (maybe) love.

    S3E115 - Fiona Apple "Fetch the Bolt Cutters" with Hillary Dougherty

    S3E115 - Fiona Apple "Fetch the Bolt Cutters" with Hillary Dougherty

    Returning guest and co-host of “The Muck Podcast” Hillary Dougherty went to her metaphorical tool shed to help us crack open the case of Fiona Apple’s mind-blowing new release “Fetch the Bolt Cutters”.
As usual we did our best to keep up, and luckily no proverbial shins were kicked under the table - this time…

    • 1 hr 23 min
    S3E114 - Lizzy Mercier Descloux "Press Color" w/Tony Christy

    S3E114 - Lizzy Mercier Descloux "Press Color" w/Tony Christy

    That Record Got Me High welcomes one of the hippest cats we know, Orlando's obscure funk connoisseur and the guy behind the glass window and at the WPRK mic ca. 1981, the remarkable Tony Christy. Tony takes us on a tour of the New York downtown scene via Lizzy Mercier Descloux's "Press Color" on ZE Records. We hee and haw, laugh and scratch, and make some inroads in understanding this funky, influential, idiosyncratic album.

    • 1 hr 16 min
    S3E113 - The Jesus And Mary Chain "Psychocandy" w/Ed Artigas

    S3E113 - The Jesus And Mary Chain "Psychocandy" w/Ed Artigas

    We squeezed into our black jeans, teased up our hair and dug deep into a record that changed the musical trajectory of many - including our guest Ed Artigas (Bling Bling, Planelifter, Zira…). 1985’s “Psychocandy” by The Jesus And Mary Chain. East Kilbride brothers Jim & William Reid took their love of noisy groundbreakers like The Velvet Underground & Suicide and fused it with the sugary pop of the Shangri-Las to forge a big, shimmering sound that somehow manages to get under your skin and STILL annoy the hell out of your parents. Slap on some shades and turn it up!

    • 1 hr 12 min
    S3E112 - Tom Waits "Rain Dogs" with Tim Moffatt

    S3E112 - Tom Waits "Rain Dogs" with Tim Moffatt

    Now under the threat of a mandatory minimum sentence due to this third time before the judge, film-school reject, but no "momma's boy," Tim Moffatt brings the ill-gotten goods from a heist-gone-wrong with Slaughterhouse Joe and a Cuban Chinese. Kick the drum, let me down, keep my clarinet beneath your bed 'til I get back in town. Tom Waits' "Rain Dogs" is full of this and much much more. Call now, supplies are limited.

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    • 1 hr 35 min
    S3E111 - Dinosaur Jr - "You're Living All Over Me" w/Todd Philips

    S3E111 - Dinosaur Jr - "You're Living All Over Me" w/Todd Philips

    The earth-shattering appearance of You're Living All Over Me on the US independent music scene in 1987 was mirrored by the earth-shattering volume at which the band reproduced the sound live. Lemonheads / Juliana Hatfield Three drummer and "suave f**k" LA ad exec Todd Philips didn't have to drag us to the altar on this one, we were already converts. This piece of heartfelt Americana (like Todd) hasn't aged a minute in 32 years.

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    • 1 hr 14 min
    S3E110 - The Psychedelic Furs S/T - with John Mahoney

    S3E110 - The Psychedelic Furs S/T - with John Mahoney

    What day is it? It's Saturthurwednesday, again? Or is it? In a Groundhog Day world, we summon a Groundhog Day scenario, with last week's guest Trish's older brother John doing another self-titled debut album from groups with great first and second albums. But, as the writers of Seinfeld knew, the rules are "No hugging. No learning." This album though is a standout, an idea which we give a good sound thrashing in this, our 110th episode. BONUS material follows the sign off, for the patient, or for those who we have driven to slumber.

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    • 1 hr 17 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
42 Ratings

42 Ratings

grynch43 ,

One of the guys is pretty clueless.

During the Fiona Apple episode the guy claimed that Fiona couldn’t have known a girl named Shameika because she went to a rich private school. What exactly do you think he was trying to say?

Laughinglarry ,

This PODCAST got me high!

If you're a music lover, you should give this a listen. Barry and Rob break down outstanding records for a track-by-track look that always proves insightful. Typically, a guest will break out a record that DID IT for them, so you're getting the PASSION of music aficionados discussing what they love. I've been turned on to GREAT music that I somehow missed out on, and whether I like the music or not, I've loved every podcast.

chance494 ,

Great Retrospective Music Podcast

I could listen to these guys talk about The Fall all day long

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