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Podcasts (musical or otherwise)

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Firstly, this is me recommending something I think a lot of people stopping by this site might appreciate: A History of Rock Music in 500 Songs. It goes very deep and is the work of one guy - not the more prevalent "two folks rambling" genre of podcast. The one guy, Andrew Hickey, is more like an encyclopedist of music, and nearly every episode has multiple moments in it where I go, "Wait - really?" One example: the link between "Ballad of the Green Berets" and "Last Train to Clarksville" is not obvious until you hear the explanation, and then it is.

Secondly, if you're listening to anything good, then I'm interested....
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Thanks Grant - I will dip my ear in & have a listen to..
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Dunno ‘bout anything “GOOD”, Grant … BUT..

I like some obscure ‘60’s stuff including:
“Little Girl Lost & Found” - Garden Club;
“Yellow Balloon” - Yellow Balloon;
“Bad Day at Black Rock Baby” b/w “Love Heals” - Colours;
“Hello it’s Me” - Nazz;
“Step Out” - Mamas & Papas;
“Ten Storeys High” - David & Jonathan;
“Step Out of Line” - Twice as Much;
“Security” - Thane Russall

Keen to swap ideas
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