“Just a Thought”, Scully said: Previously a Fan, Now a Feature AND a Fan!

““Just a Thought”, Scully said: Previously a Fan, Now a Feature AND a Fan!”

Get ready for a tale of music, loyalty and the power of community! On this episode, we feature ‘Scully Said’ by Jesta, from the album ‘Previously’. But here’s the twist – the artist, Bryan Page, has been a part of our podcasting family for over two decades, dating back to Chris’s Car Cast days! Fast forward to today, and Bryan’s still rocking out, both with his party band Hush and his thoughtful solo project Jesta. Join us as we explore the story behind ‘Scully Said’, and discover how music can bring people together in unexpected ways, spanning decades and genres.

 

If you want to check out all of the things Bryan Paige is up to these days, please visit Jesta 

 

“Phil Expands and Blows and Shows Off His Asterisk ?”

Today’s song is, “Cry” by Godley and Creme from their 1985 album The History Mix Vol 1.

In this weeks episode, Phil talks about his “Asterisk” among other savory topics. To learn more about Godley and Creme check out their Wikipedia page.

 

If you want to check out The History of Rock Music in 500 Songs check out the podcast here.

 

The Greatest Song You've Never Heard featuring "Spider's Web" from Katie Melua off her Piece by Piece album

“Phil Bares and Shares While Spinning a Web of Melody”

Today’s song is, “Spider’s Web” by Katie Melua off her 2005 album, Piece by Piece.

In this weeks episode, Phil spins a deep musical web of thought with this song from British singer/songwriter, Katie Melua. To learn more about Katie Melua and her music, click HERE

 

In The Sun by Michael Stipe and Chris Martin off the Gulf Coast Relief Benefit Album

“Chris is Lost Between Wishes and Needs, Finding His Way in the Sun”

Today’s song is, “In The Sun” by Michael Stipe and Chris Martin off the Gulf Coast Relief Benefit Album.

In this weeks episode, Chris pulls out another song that was spoon fed to him by his iTunes library of songs. And yet again, it’s one of the greatest songs you’ve probably never heard.

In The Sun by Michael Stipe and Chris Martin off the Gulf Coast Relief Benefit Album
In The Sun by Michael Stipe and Chris Martin off the Gulf Coast Relief Benefit Album

 

“Stuck With Phil’s Left-Overs”

Today’s song is, “More Than It Would Seem by The Gabe Dixon Band

In this weeks episode, Phil brings a song from one of his favorite obscure artists.

For more information on The Gabe Dixon Band, please click HERE

 

“Phil Talks About “The Runs”

Today’s songs Are, Soft Spot and Love by Matthew Ward

In this weeks episode, Chris brings a couple of songs from none other than the legendary Matthew Ward (in some circles).

For more information on Matthew Ward, please click HERE.

 

I Can't Get Enough by Cazzi Opeia

“Chris Can’t Get Enough of This Weeks Song”

Today’s song is, I Can’t Get Enough by Cazzi Opeia

In this weeks episode, Chris brings a song that nobody will get enough of after listening to it! This song is released as a single from Cazzi Opeia called, I can’t get enough. Moa Anna Marla Carlebecker, better known by her stage name, Cazzi Opeia, is a Swedish artist, songwriter and vocal producer. And as she proclaims, “I also write K-pop, like a lot…”

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For more information on Cazzi Opeia, please click HERE

 

Colin James Album Cover

“Phil Launches a Hidden Gem Without Leaving Earth”

Today’s song is “Rocket to the Moon” by Colin James

Phil must be in a swingin’ mood these days because in this episode he’s bringing yet another swing song, this time from Canadian blues rock singer/songwriter, Colin James. James has been very successful in his native country, having attained seven Gold-certified albums in Canada during his career, including four Platinum albums and two Double Platinum albums. This is the second song from a Canadian artist Phil has brought to the table. Click HERE to listen to the other episode.

For more information on Colin James, please click HERE 

 

Today’s song is “Dangerous Game” by Blu DeTiger from the brand new album, All I Ever Want is Everything

Chris Cochran shares an unexpected gem from underground artist Blu Detiger – the risky track “Dangerous Game” off her ambitious album All I ever want is everything.

For more information on Blu DeTiger, please click HERE

 

The Song You Need to 'Come Back To

“The Song You Need to ‘Come Back To’ and a Celebratory Shout Out”

Today’s song is “Come Back to Me” by The Cherry Poppins Daddies from the album, Zoot Suit Riot

In this episode, Phil introduces us to the forgotten ’90s rock tune ‘Come Back to Me’ by the Cherry Poppin’ Daddies. We’ll also celebrate one of our loyal listeners, wishing them a happy birthday. Tune in to rediscover this gem and help us send birthday wishes to a special fan of the show.

For more information on The Cherry Poppins Daddies, please click HERE

 

“Phil Wants Chris to “Slide a little David in”…Whatever That Means'”

Today’s song is “This Beautiful Mystery” by Terry Scott Taylor

For more information on Terry Scott Taylor, please visit:

https://terryscotttaylor.bandcamp.com

or

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terry_Scott_Taylor

 

“When Phil Pulls Up But Can’t Pull Out”

Today’s song is “Guilty” from The Blues Brothers

For more information on The Blues Brother, please visit:

[Find a time machine and go back to the late 70’s. There is nothing on the internet about a fake (but kind of real) band from the 70’s.]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Blues_Brothers

 

Phil Forgets The Premise of His Own Podcast

For real. Phil ACTUALLY thought no one had ever heard a super group comprised of 5 of the biggest stars on the planet.

Oh and the song he chose today, actually made it to the Billboard top 100 songs!

Yeah, no one has EVER heard the song “The End of the Line” by The Traveling Willburys

For more information on The Traveling Wilburys, please visit:

The Official Website of one of the biggest Super Groups of All TIme, The Traveling Wilburys

A Song About Chris, and NOT Phil

“Asshole” from Ben Limpic on the Original Soundtrack for the Motion Picture, Rudderless

For more information on Ben Limpic, please visit:

https://benlimpic.band

For more info on the movie Rudderless check out the trailer here:

 

The Greatest Song You've Never Heard

BAM! Phil Brings Some New Jazz to The Table

“The World Still Turns Around” from the Daniel Glass Trio album, BAM! 

“Bolivia” from the Daniel Glass Trio album, BAM!

For more information on Daniel Glass, please visit:

https://danielglass.com

Phil Finally Experiences the Strong Hand of What?

“Strong Hand of Love” by Mark Heard

“Nod Over Coffee” by Pierce Pettis

For more information on Mark Heard please visit:

https://www.markheard.net

For more information on Pierce Pettis please visit:
https://www.piercepettis.com