Apr 2 • 17M

Downtown Music Collective Podcast Episode 3

Gun Club, Crockett, Eilen Jewell, and Billie Holiday

 
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Welcome to the Downtown Music Collective where opinion about the arts matter! Host Phil Gammage reviews and discusses curated music, films, and books from the past and present. It’s a fast moving and engaging show with thoughtful opinion and conversation that will get you rethinking how you feel about artists and the art they make. Phil brings a fresh insight about the arts and he shares with us what he is passionate about and why he feels that way.
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The birth of punk blues, the genius of Jeffrey Lee Pierce, and a review the Gun Club’s essential 1981 Fire of Love album. Also reviews of the new album from Charley Crockett Music City USA, Eilen Jewell’s 2009 Sea of Tears album, and the film The United States vs Billie Holiday. Plus live performance, and more surprises!

Welcome to the Downtown Music Collective where opinion about the arts matter! Host Phil Gammage reviews and discusses curated music, films, and books from the past and present. It’s a fast moving and engaging show with thoughtful opinion and conversation that will get you rethinking how you feel about artists and the art they make. Phil brings a fresh insight about the arts and he shares with us what he is passionate about and why he feels that way.

Last Night in Soho, Passin, Polyrock, and Bobby “Blue” Bland.

Phil discusses albums from Monica Passin, Bobby 'Blue' Bland , and forgotten new wavers Polyrock. Plus a review of the U.K. film Last Night in Soho (and it’s soundtrack), live performance, and some surprises!