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Episode 80 - Nate Wood
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March 22, 2015 02:45 PM PDT
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Nate Wood is a badass.

Recorded in Los Angeles, CA, March 2015

Episode 79 - Dennis Mackay
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March 12, 2015 10:11 AM PDT
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Producer and Engineer Dennis Mackay has worked with everyone from Bowie, Elton John, Return To Forever, Judas Priest, George Martin, Ringo Starr, Mick Ronson, Tommy Bolin, Jeff Porcaro, Stewart Copeland, John McLaughlin, Phil Collins and many many more. Dennis has some stories. Recorded in Dennis' home studio in Hollywood, CA, March 2015

Episode 78 - Brain
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March 03, 2015 09:15 AM PST
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Primus, Tom Waits, Guns N Roses, Praxis - Brain's worked with all of them (he was a member of GNR for 6 years). He talks about the aforementioned as well as what he's been up to recently - Composing for film. He also tells some great Buckethead stories. Great hang. Recorded in Venice Beach, California February 2015

Episode 77 - Dave Elitch
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December 14, 2014 02:32 PM PST
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This is Dave's second time on the show. Since his first appearance two years ago he's toured with Miley Cyrus, made a record with super group Killer Be Killed, recorded two albums - and did a tour - with Antemasque, and was voted one of the top metal drummers in the world. Dave talks about all of that and more. Recorded in Dave Elitch's practice studio in Los Angeles CA, December 2014

Episode 76 - Teddy Kumpel
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December 04, 2014 02:11 PM PST
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Teddy Kumpel is a guitarist, composer, producer and mixer. Teddy has a gig at Rockwood Music Hall in NYC where he plays with a different rhythm section each time called LOOPestra. He's played with many great drummers - Carlock, Guiliana, Jojo, Pelton, and many more. Teddy also talks about his auditions for Mutt Lange and Shania Twain, Tower of Power, Working with Rickie Lee Jones and a lot more. Recorded in Teddy's home studio in Brooklyn, New York, October 2014

Episode 75 - Aaron Comess
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October 19, 2014 07:37 AM PDT
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Aaron Comess is best known for his work with The Spin Doctors, though he's also played and/or recorded with artists Joan Osborne, Natasha Bedingfield, Edie Brickell, André Bocelli, David Foster, Aaron Neville and many many others. Aaron talks about his time at Berklee, moving to New York City, forming The Spin Doctors, Opening for The Stones and meeting Keef, Ronnie and Charlie, and what lessons with Bernard Purdie are like. Great guy, great drummer. Photo by Electric Eyes Photography. Recorded at Aaron's home in Brooklyn, New York, October 2014

Episode 74 - Zach Danziger
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September 28, 2014 12:05 PM PDT
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We're back from hiatus with Zach Danziger, who makes his second appearance on the show. We sat down on a stoop in the West Village of New York City and talked everything from the art of cymbal making to Belgium waffles to Zach's new projects and even the great Danny Cooksey. Always a great hang with Zach Danziger. Recorded in New York City, September 2014

Episode 73 - Anton Fig
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July 30, 2014 10:02 AM PDT
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Anton Fig has been the Drummer for David Letterman's CBS Orchestra for 21 years, and seven years before that with The World's Most Dangerous Band over at NBC. Anton talks about his early days in New York, playing with Ace Frehley, and then KISS, ghost drumming on their albums Dynasty and Unmasked. He played with Bob Dylan and Mick Jagger. He talks about replacing Steve Jordan in The World's Most Dangerous Band, getting to work with Paul Shaffer, Will Lee and Sid McGinnis. Anton's been on TV for almost twenty nine years, soon to begin a new chapter in his life. We get into that. The first part of the interview was recorded in a writers room in the Letterman offices, that's Biff Henderson who interrupts. Part two was recorded in Paul Shaffer's office. Recorded in New York City at Worldwide Pants, July, 2014

Episode 72 - Lee Sklar
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June 18, 2014 04:23 PM PDT
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Lee Fuckin' Sklar.

Photo Courtesy of Rich Saputo

Recorded in Hollywood, CA, June 2014

Episode 71 - Mike Elizondo
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May 12, 2014 05:58 PM PDT
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Bassist, Keyboardist, Songwriter and Producer Mike Elizondo has worked with everyone from Ry Cooder, Dr. Dre, T-Bone Burnett, Eminem, B.B. King, Snoop Dog, Rickie Lee Jones, Gary Clark Jr, Mastodan, Pink, Alanis Morisette, Avenged Sevenfold, Timbaland, Maroon 5, Gewn Stefani, 50 Cent, Sheryl Crow, Tegan and Sara, Switchfoot, Keith Urban, Busta Rhymes, Alice Cooper, and a lot more. Look up his full credits and your head will spin. Mike co-wrote 'The Real Slim Shady' for Eminem, is also responsible for co-writing hits like 50 Cent's 'In Da Club', The Game's 'Higher', and Eminem's 'Just Lose It,' as well as Producing Fiona Apple's 'Extraordinary Machine,' Gary Clark Jr's 'Black and Blu' album, and many other records for many other artists and bands you know. Mike talks about his time working with these people as well as working with Jim Keltner, Working at Warner Bros Records as A&R, Producing, Growing up playing with Abe Laboriel Jr, working with Peter Erskine, and much more. Great guy, great hang. Mike Elizondo puts his pants on one leg at a time just the like the rest of us - Only once his pants are on, Mike makes Gold Records. Recorded at Can-Am studios in Tarzana, CA, May 2014

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