Join hosts Anthony Joseph Lanman and Mitchell Davis as they journey their way through 1,000 essential recordings that every lover of music should know. Based on Tom Moon's Book 1000 Recordings to Hear Before You Die.
64 - Dave Douglas, Nick Drake, Dr Dre
Join Tony and Mitch this episode as we listen to the music of the genre defying Dave Douglas, tragic folk hero Nick Drake and the richest musician in history, Dr Dre
63 - The Doors, Thomas Dorsey, Michael Doucet
Join Tony and Mitch this episode as we listen to the music of the infamous Doors, the saintly Thomas Dorsey and the cajun scholar Michael Doucet
62 - DJ Shadow, Eric Dolphy, Fats Domino
Join Tony and Mitch this episode as we listen to the music of master sampler DJ Shadow, whimsical jazz genius Eric Dolphy and rock and roll legend Fats Domino
61 - The Dixie Hummingbirds, Dizzee Rascal, Djavan
Join Tony and Mitch this episode as we listen to the music of gospel greats The Dixie Hummingbirds, East London scamp Dizzee Rascal and Brazilian tunesmith Djavan
60 - Digital Underground, Dion, The Dixie Chicks
Join Tony and Mitch this episode as we listen to the music of hip-hop pranksters Digital Underground, teen idol Dion, and towers of power The Dixie Chicks
59 - Neil Diamond, Manu Dibango, Bo Diddley
Join Tony and Mitch this episode as we listen to the music of rhinestone crooner Neil Diamond, African disco pioneer Manu Dibango and blues legend Bo Diddley
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The 1,000 Recordings Podcast
Excellent idea for a podcast! Entertaining and informative. I can't wait to hear new episodes.
If you think you've heard a lot of different kinds of music, think again. This podcast brings Tom Moon's great book to life! Highlighting selections of artists from all over the world, you are bound to find numerous gems that you cannot believe you've never heard before. Anthony and Mitch bring their distinct musical experiences to the discussion, often from a place of discovery themselves. Their passion for all things music combined with their comprehensive research offers listeners an excellent peak into genres, styles, personalities, periods and places from across the spectrum. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to expand their musical horizons. Thanks guys and keep up the great work!
Great music discovery tool
Along with Tom Moon's book, this podcast is a fantastic way to hear new music and learn about it at the same time. I especially enjoy Anthony's analysis of the classical albums in the book.