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The Tapes Archive
A podcast that unearths never-before-heard conversations with world-class musicians and comedians.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 53 ratings
Great Interviews
Thanks for giving us an inside look at many rock legends
Bocaphreak via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/04/20
The Tapes Archive is a great collection of exclusive audio interviews. Perfect for podcasting, the show provides insightful looks back at musicians and comedians and where they were at a particular time. Marc Allan is a well-known (in Indiana) concert critic, and the show gives you a great look...Read full review »
Egad Phork via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/28/20
So Much Fun
It’s great to hear these interviews and learn about the backstory. Thanks for making these available.
C2379X via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/26/20
Recent Episodes
In this episode, we have Guns N’ Roses frontman Axl Rose. At the time of this interview in 1987, Rose was 25 years old and was promoting an upcoming tour of Japan. Appetite for Destruction hadn’t even cracked the top-selling 50 albums, and it would be at least another seven months before the band...
Published 05/19/21
Steve grew up in San Francisco but went to Japan as a college exchange student and loved it there. He felt like it was the place for him. After graduating in 1980, he started to work as a freelance translator in Tokyo. Through one of his college buddies, he got connected to a music magazine that...
Published 05/19/21
In the interview, Haynes talks about: - Moving out of Duane Allman's shadow - How it feels to play Duane's licks - Whether Duane was an influence - His connection to Memphis and Motown - Going to see concerts when he was a kid - The musical differences between him and Duane - His love for...
Published 05/05/21
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