Podcast 321 – How long does lockdown have to last before we play unplayable albums?

Just how desperate do you have to be before you give John and Yoko’s “Two Virgins” or Michael Nesmith’s “The Prison” a spin? Also in this episode, another round of Alexa’s Favourites, more people sign up to be Patreon patrons, getting Lene Lovich’s autograph on a train ticket, exactly when people started having their pictures taken on the Abbey Road zebra and travel back in time to when Bob Dylan played Earls Court and the compact disc was about to make the LP redundant.

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2 thoughts on “Podcast 321 – How long does lockdown have to last before we play unplayable albums?”

  1. Great podcast, but as a result I’m now listening to Bob Dylan at Budokan (blend of Dylan 78 talk and when the lockdown make you turn to bad albums). So thanks for that, chaps

  2. On the back of this brilliant episode I listened to Two Virgins, all the way through, my first experience of this album. First impressions are that it lacks some of the carefree exuberance of Please Please Me. Unsurprisingly, the best bits are when Yoko is not singing.

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