Johnny Marr, guitar player for The Smiths and ‘executive collaborator’ with The The, Electronic, Modest Mouse, and The Cribs joins Andrew for part two of their ‘erudite’ conversation. They discuss long drives without music, the rewards of having older friends, the struggle of writing (and being edited), what it meant in the ’60s when artists gained more control in the studio, 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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• Johnny Hallyday
• Albert Grossman
• Without Joe Moss There Would Be No Smiths
• Shirley Ann Field – “It’s Legal”
• All under one roof: the rise and rise of multigenerational life
• John Savage (Twitter
• Peter Noone
• Herman’s Hermits – “There’s a Kind of Hush”
• Johnny Marr – Set the Boy Free (autobiography)
• Apocalypse Now (opening scene)
• Tom Misch
• Bob Crewe
• Who Needs a Fourth Track? — Dave Hassinger
• Ron Malo
• Dusty Springfield – “You Don’t Own Me” (take 3 + studio chatter)
• Super Furry Animals
• Brilliant Guitarist Bert Jansch: An Appreciation
• The Stones in Drag
• Meet Jerry Schatzberg