Johnny Marr, guitar player for The Smiths and ‘executive collaborator’ with The The, Electronic, Modest Mouse, and The Cribs joins Andrew this week to talk about the early days of The Smiths, the original recordings of The Rolling Stones, Andrew’s drive across America, and Johnny’s autobiography Set the Boy Free.
Andrew Loog Oldham is the original manager/producer of the Rolling Stones, founder of Immediate Records, writer of STONED, 2STONED, and ROLLING STONED, and the longtime lead DJ on the Underground Garage channel on SiriusXM. Sounds and Vision is the next chapter.
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- John Porter: From The Smiths To The Blues
- Johnny Marr is shining brighter than ever before – GQ Magazine
- Terence Donovan
- Mary Quant
- Johnny Marr – Call The Comet (2018 album)
- The Shangri-Las
- Lou Adler on producing Carole King’s Tapestry
- Peggy Lee & George Shearing – Beauty and the Beat! (overdubbed “live” album)
- Regent Sounds
- The Rolling Stones – “Tell Me”
- Mick Rock
- Shadow Morton
- Redbird Records
- Jerry Dammers: How The ‘Devil’s Chord’ Split The Specials
- The Smiths – “Hand In Glove” (early version)
- Johnny Marr – Set the Boy Free (autobiography)
- 25×5: The Continuing Adventures of the Rolling Stones
- Allen Klein
- Frank Sinatra in the studio
- Joe Smith
- Qwest Records
- The MINI Cooper Countryman
- Downtown Detroit’s essential architecture: A walking tour
- Mitch Ryder – “When You Were Mine”
- Motown Museum | Home of Hitsville U.S.A.
- Rolling Stones – Bright Lights Big City (bootleg demos album)
- Glyn Jones
- Rolling Stones – “You Can’t Catch Me On”