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Claude Call
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Every week I choose a song from the 50s through the 80s and dive into its history, the story behind the song and other items of interest. Find more stuff at
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5.0 stars from 15 ratings
Makes me deeply fascinated with things I’d just skipped over. Very good.
🐈🦙 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/26/20
Insightful Podcast!
Cant wait to hear the purple rain episode :-) —Innkeeper Freddie
Innkeeper Freddie via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/22/19
What a gem!
I love history and I love music. Claude does a great job of making great songs even more relevant by sharing the story behind the songs we love. Great production value, too! Binge-listening at work right now and looking forward to future episodes.
The Real Jerry Dugan via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/11/19
Recent Episodes
Hi, gang. I'm recording in the Southern Studio this week (and next week) so apologies for audio issues. It's a lot harder to do what I do when I'm using different equipment to do it. Case in point: what you're getting here is actually the SECOND recording of the show. You see,...
Published 06/29/20
Click here to become a Patron of the show. Another bit I worked way too hard on. But it's worth blowing up if you're so inclined. R.E.M. had released two albums and hadn't toured since 1989, so when it came time to put together the album that eventually became Monster, they were...
Published 06/22/20
Be part of the Wall of Fame as a Patron of the show. 300 I considered putting this song in one of my Songs You Didn't Know Were Covers collections, but there's more backstory to "Wild Thing" than most of those songs get, so I committed it to its own episode. And now you're spoiled...
Published 06/15/20
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