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  • The Music Podcast Thread

    This thread is probably only going to appeal to music nerds, but I figured this sub-forum might be a good place to share your favorite music-related podcasts.

    I'll go first...


    GuitarWank with Scott Henderson and Bruce Forman

    https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcas...k/id1076152868

    No Guitar is Safe with Jude Gold

    https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcas...e/id1020669587

    The Riff Raff with Shane Theriot

    https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcas...t/id1095026990

    Inside Musicast

    https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcas...t/id1455731058

    Tone Talk with Dave Friedman

    https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcas...m/id1249845675

    The Rig Doctor

    https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcas...y/id1507051441

    Joe Bonamassa Live from Nerdville

    https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcas...t/id1516349482

    Josh Smith Live from Flat Five Studios

    https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcas...s/id1542765042

    I'd Hit That - A Podcast for Drummers

    https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcas...at/id507733829

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    Damn, I'll have to check a couple of these out. For years I've gone back and forth on Bonamassa ... from super-talent to ordinary player with remarkable rhythm.

    You watch Rick Beato on YouTube?

    I listened closely to three of the Ed Sheeran plagiarism accusations side-by-side, and to me - based on the common law definition of plagiarism, he's not guilty on all three.


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    For reference: My Sweet Lord probably did infringe on He's So Fine; Stairway to Heaven did not infringe on the Randy California song (too short a passage); and the Stones' Anybody Seen My Baby? would have infringed on Constant Craving had there not been an agreement before or very close to its publication. And that's the best example of how innocent infringement can be. Nobody can argue with the Stones' prolific history of songwriting. Can't imagine they'd start stealing in their 70s.

    Last edited by BroncoBuff; 10-26-2021, 01:25 PM.

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      Originally posted by BroncoBuff View Post
      Damn, I'll have to check a couple of these out. For years I've gone back and forth on Bonamassa ... from super-talent to ordinary player with remarkable rhythm.
      I'm not a huge Bonamassa fan - I just subscribe to his podcast because he has some interesting guests.

      Dude's a great player - it's just that his style of music doesn't really appeal to me all that much.

      You watch Rick Beato on YouTube?
      Yes - I subscribe to Rick's channel. A lot of people (particularly those who frequent music forums) like to slag the guy, for whatever reason, but I think it's great that he delivers so much educational content essentially for free.

      BTW, did you watch Beato's interview with Peter Frampton? One of the best PF interviews I've ever come across.

      I listened closely to three of the Ed Sheeran plagiarism accusations side-by-side, and to me - based on the common law definition of plagiarism, he's not guilty on all three.

      For reference: My Sweet Lord probably did infringe on He's So Fine; Stairway to Heaven did not infringe on the Randy California song (too short a passage); and the Stones' Anybody Seen My Baby? would have infringed on Constant Craving had there not been an agreement before or very close to its publication. And that's the best example of how innocent infringement can be. Nobody can argue with the Stones' prolific history of songwriting. Can't imagine they'd start stealing in their 70s.
      The Randy California suit was utterly ridiculous as the "Stairway" progression is about as standard as it gets (appears in about a gazillion tunes - from pop to rock to jazz.)

      Can't speak to the Stones controversy as I haven't heard the song in question.

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