From the Vault: Jay Graydon
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During the inter-season hiatus, we will continue to post interviews from the archives. Here is one of our all-time favorite guests: Jay Graydon! We pick the conversation up with Part 2 of our three-part interview. Part 1 is here. Part 3 is here. Highlights from Part 2: The Rhodes’ comeback in modern music ⁠Watch Stefan Olofsson do his Al Jarreau and Steely Dan medleys on the Rhodes⁠ (scroll down once you click that link) The Jay Graydon “sonicscape” that transcended artists and eras Listen to Jay’s KILLER solo on Steve Kipner’s “Knock the Walls Down” - ⁠⁠ And someone even wrote the music out to the solo in “The Ending!” - ⁠⁠ Marc Jordan’s Blue Desert Synching up Al Jarreau and the Jerry Hey horns The palm-mute and Jay’s list of the “best rhythm guitarists of all time” All things Jay Graydon: ⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ ⁠⁠ The Lightning Round: Does It Float Your Boat? Buried Treasures Off the Map (even more so!) References and Related: ⁠John’s Spotify Yacht Rock Playlist⁠ ⁠Tom’s Spotify Yacht Rock Playlist⁠ Yacht or Nyacht? ⁠The Official Yachtski Scale⁠ ⁠Playlist of songs featured on Out of the Main⁠ Intro/outro music: ⁠Nothing You Can Do About It⁠ (Airplay cover), by Page99. Find and Follow: The Mainland: ⁠⁠ Facebook: ⁠⁠ Twitter: ⁠⁠ Anchors Aweigh: ⁠ --- Support this podcast:
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