Podcast 437 – the story of Don Henley’s the Boys of Summer, £10k headphones and ‘I’m Getting Buried In The Morning’

In the crosshairs this week … how Mike Campbell’s masterpiece was almost eaten by machinery, who made five great albums in five years?, “a mix is never finished it’s merely abandoned”, Robert Plant at Kidderminster Harriers, hand-written notes from Half Man Half Biscuit, god bless Alex Harvey, the expulsion of the vax-free Woody Woodmansey and birthday guest Keith Adsley explains the Temple of Seitan.

Mike Campbell talks about the Boys Of Summer …
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxBYBnPJfGQ

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  1. “Play loud at low volume” was the instruction on the Damned’s first LP. This was a clue in a recent WIYE Friday night quiz. I got this clue, but had already blown my chances on an incorrect guess to an earlier clue, which was very frustrating ! I always liked the legend “crackling noises OK” on the label of the Who’s Live at Leeds album. It was a nice touch that on the remastered CD version many years later they changed it to “crackling noises have been fixed”.

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