Temporary Fandoms Love Podcast - Temporary Fandoms

Episode 21

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8th Apr 2021

Love: Part 1 1966 - 1968

If you have ever wanted to know what makes music "Baroque" then listen on...

Putting The Fall behind us, kind of, we head back to the 60s and take in the West Coast sound of Love. The Band that could have had Jimi Hendrix in, that could have played at Woodstock, that could have been... oh just listen!

Re-joining Nick and Ewan is pod favourite Emily Baldoni, and making their debuts are Gavin Hogg (host of the THE GIDDY CAROUSEL OF POP - Possibly the number 1 Smash Hits Pod around) and Paul Hanley (author, podcaster, drummer of Brix and the Extricated, and once upon a time ...The Fall) to share their opinions.

Poor old Snoopy...

In this episode we work our way through .

Love (1966)

De Capo (1966)

Forever Changes (1967)

Four Sail (1968)

As usual, take your time. Pause the pod, go and find the music on Spotify, Deezer, tidal, YouTube, apple music or wherever. You have plenty of time. Or just dust off your own Fall albums and listen again.

We had a few audio issues with this one (minor echoes), hopefully they won't get in the way of listening.

Or listen to a selection on our combined podcast playlist

https://sptfy.com/tflove1

We know that Spotify has weird licensing around the world, if there seems to be an album missing from the playlist, let us know.

Also come and join us at our homes over at www.tempfans.com or beat.rehab/tempfans and find all the playlist links and episodes.

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Find out more and listen to the Giddy Carousel of Pop here

Paul currently drums for Brix and the Extricated and you can buy their stuff here

You can also buy copies of his two books ( Leave The Capital: A History of Manchester Music in 13 Recordings, and HAVE A BLEEDIN GUESS: The story of Hex Enduction Hour) from here

AND Paul Has only gone and made his own Fall podcast ( I like to think we gave him the idea) and that is over here

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Jonathan is the genius behind our theme music and you can hear more of his stuff on his Bandcamp

Additional music in this episode by Blue Dot Sessions

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About the Podcast

Temporary Fandoms
Temporary Fandoms: The Music Discography Podcast
Temporary Fandoms is a place where we invite you to become a Temporary Fan of an artist, and hopefully some of you will find artists or bands you become long-term fans of. We are music fans, not gatekeepers, and all are welcome to become temporary fans.

Join us as we dive through the good, the bad and the what? Take your time and listen along. Feel free to pause us and go listen on Spotify or wherever to the albums. Or go to our Spotify playlist and listen to it that way.

To date Nick and Ewan have been joined by an ever growing roster of guests, who all have one thing in common; they want the chance to talk about artists that inspire passion in them. That's not to say this is a gushfest, there are plenty of dissenting opinions on the way.

We have been joined by John Tansey, Brendan Quigley, Aaron Troye-White, Zoƫ Von Hess, Cheri Amour, Fliss Kitson, John Henderson, Ben Zimmer, Christopher Whitby, Sara Marcus, Jeffrey Lewis, Jesse Jarnow, William Shunn, Emily Baldoni, Jeffrey McDonald, Nick Taylor, Glenn Hodgson, Lael Wageneck, Mike Plowman, Tansy McNally, Liam Molony, Gavin Hogg, Paul Hanley, James Kennedy, and Joe Mitchell.

And so far we have covered The Fall, David Bowie, The Pogues, Sleater Kinney, Butthole Surfers, Bjork, Can, Yo La Tengo,Richard Dawson, Spoon, Queens of the Stone Age, Future of the Left, Kyuss, Love, Number Girl, ESG, Neutral Milk Hotel, Mclusky, Das Racist, Hen Ogledd, The Sugarcubes
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About your hosts

Nick Hilditch

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Founder of the Temporary Fandoms Facebook group and co-host of the podcast, Nick is an animator and illustrator living in Budapest, Hungary. Unlike Ewan, he recognises the greatness of Tago Mago.

ewan swain

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Co-host and editor of podcasts on the Tempfans network.
My opinions are often disputed.
Often correctly.