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5/17/2016


Guy Clark: Country songwriting legend dead at 74

Filed under: News, Bob Edwards Archives — Charlie Summers @ 11:53 am

From Cleveland.com: Guy Clark: Country songwriting legend dead at 74

Back in March of 2005, Bob Edwards sat down in the studio for a conversation with Mr. Clark to talk about his folk and blues influences, his childhood in Texas and his friendships with Jerry Jeff Walker and Townes Van Zandt; that program is available for listening or download below.

In 2010 as part of the “Music City Mondays” series, Bob went to Mr. Clark’s home in Nashville to take a tour and chat about his career, his music and his handmade instruments (photo provided by Chad Campbell over on the right). That show is also available below.

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show for Monday March 7th, 2005 [59:17m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show for Monday, November 29th, 2010 [52:04m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

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5/13/2016


Sean Lennon on The Bob Edwards Show

Filed under: Bob Edwards Archives — Charlie Summers @ 8:33 am

I have recently posted episodes of The Bob Edwards Show as tributes to those artists, actors, and writers who have passed. And while this is certainly important, it’s also a little sad, so I asked folks for favorite programs with interviews of those still happily with us. A really smart guy whose opinion I respect suggested I share with you the interview originally aired on December 10th, 2009 where Bob spent the entire program with musician Sean Lennon, so here it is.

As Bob said in the program introduction:

Sean Lennon is my guest today and will tell us about his many musical projects as a solo performer, soundtrack composer, collaborator-most recently in a band with his girlfriend—and record producer for his mother Yoko Ono. He’ll also talk about his other job, for, as the younger son of John Lennon, he’s often the family representative for projects and performances that in one way or another involve his late father. Sean Lennon has a legacy that he could enjoy or find burdensome. Hearing him talk about it, he sounds like a man who has a balanced perspective about his heritage-his own musical career—and about public expectations of him. Sean Lennon–for the full hour today.

If there are any other programs you’d like to hear again, let me know in the comments.

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show for Thursday, December 10th, 2009 [52:04m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

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5/11/2016


(*sigh*) AOL Blocking the Digest. Again.

Filed under: Old-Time Radio — Charlie Summers @ 12:58 pm

Sorry, friends, AOL has yet again decided the Internet OTR Digest is a spammer, and suddenly started rejecting issues again. This is usually transient, and goes away in a few days, but if you’re still using AOL for mail (and I’m not sure why you would be), you’ve missed at least one small issue of the Digest.

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