S5.E2: Neil Stubenhaus Interview
Listen now
The talented, cerebral and prolific session bass guitarist Neil Stubenhaus joins the podcast this week to talk through his approach, his discography, his philosophy and his memories of sitting in on some of the most iconic sessions from the 70, 80s and all the way through to modern day. Tally another bass player, for those keeping score at home! Listen and Subscribe: Find the podcast platform of your choice here. Lightning Round: Found at Sea Buried Treasures Final Thoughts 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: Stock Music “We’re Here” composed by John H. Nixon (BMI) Find and Follow: The Mainland: OutoftheMain.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yachtrockpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/outofthemain YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@outofthemain Support the Podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/outofthemain --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/outofthemain/support
More Episodes
Published 04/18/24
Listener Jonathan returns to the podcast (as all Supporters are welcome to do) to take an in-depth review of perhaps the most influential jazz album of all time: Miles Davis’s 1959 masterpiece “Kind of Blue.” What’s the story? What makes this recording so groundbreaking and so influential?  ...
Published 04/18/24
Tom and John, still residing in the Minneapolis area, take an expedition through the Prince album archives, from 1979’s “Prince” to 1989’s “Batman.” Follow along and score along, as they allot points to each album (out of a total of 100) to determine which of the 10 albums in this remarkable run...
Published 04/11/24