Following the release of Teenage Head in 1971, San Francisco’s Flamin’ Groovies would experience a significant amount of setbacks and change. Eventually, they would persevere and create a classic. In Episode 44, the Flamin’ Groovies’ Cyril Jordan tells the story of the band’s arduous journey in bringing their seminal 1976 record Shake Some Action to fruition.
Episode 2 of In Loving Recollection tells the story of Clem Snide’s 2000 record Your Favorite Music. Singer and songwriter Eef Barzelay recounts the circumstances that influenced the writing and recording of the album, touching on how New Jersey inspired much of the record’s lyrical content and the thrill of signing with music industry legend Seymour Stein.
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