Subject Matter Tops
The subject material Coe chooses, the flow of the episodes, and the “work-backwards-from” juxtaposition of the intros weaving into the primary themes and characters in this podcast are absolutely first rate. The production value is sky high. Could do without the SJW appeasement and “progressive” lectures in a lot of episodes, hence the 4star rating rather than a 5, if for no other reason than it eats up a lot of time hedging rather than getting to actually interesting stuff, but I’ll keep listening because Coe is doing a great job of pretty objective rendering and being honest about his bias most of the time. This is basically like a bag of candy for the country & western fan. Special thanks for the Spade Cooley episode and the Louvin Bros episode. Both so meaty about artists who were giants that I had only had brushes with. Grateful for that and they both gave me a newfound appreciation and hunger for the recorded works. Also (I know I’m getting long winded here), I’m really loving hearing about the nuts and bolts of the industry side of things and about the guys pulling the strings. Delicious.
JohnDavey via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/13/17
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