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Playlist: Joyride Media Programs on Films and More

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Carole King & James Taylor: You've Got A Friend

From Joyride Media | 59:00

Two musical legends look back on their 40 year friendship

Kingtaylor_small New one-hour special explores the long musical friendship of Carole King & James Taylor From the early days of LA’s legendary club The Troubadour to their extensive 2010 US Tour. Features original recordings of their early hits as well as live recordings of King & Taylor togther in 1971 and 2007. Includes interviews with both artists, as well as Graham Nash, David Wild, Lou Adler and Robert Hilburn.

The Sparks Brothers

From Joyride Media | 59:00

Russell and Ron Mael are Sparks. The two brothers have spent over 5 decades ahead of the pop music curve, influencing a lot of bands you know.


Russell and Ron mael are Sparks – a band of two brothers who have shaped the pop music landscape for decades.  You're about to get a taste of what Sparks is all about. 

Filmmaker Edgar Wright (Baby Driver, Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World) created a documentary that follows the career of Sparks, and in this radio special we’ll talk with him and the Mael brothers and hear a lot of Sparks music.

Comedian Adam Buxton is your host for "The Sparks Brothers." 

David Crosby: Remember My Name

From Joyride Media | 40:05

Radio companion to the "David Crosby: Remember My Name" documentary and features a conversation with David Crosby and Cameron Crowe.

Square_poster_small David Crosby and Cameron Crowe sit down for a chat about the documentary, "David Crosby: Remember My Name," and a lot more. David and Cameron have been friends for over 40 years, so here are two guys who share a long history and sense of humor. They discuss the film, life, family, songwriting, filmmaking, illness, addiction, you name it. Crosby called it 'a lot of left turns.'

Paul McCartney & Wings: Band on the Run

From Joyride Media | 59:00

The Jailor Man and Sailor Sam thought the major was a little lady Suffragette with a heart like a wheel.

Paulmccartney_botr__1_lindamccartney_small Brand new one hour radio special explores how great rock albums are often made under unusual circumstances, like the Lagos, Nigeria sessions for "Band on the Run" by Paul McCartney and Wings (1973). Paul, Linda, Denny Laine and arranger Tony Visconti discuss how the album was made between album tracks and previously unreleased 1974 recordings of Wings live in the studio.

Rodriguez: Searching For Sugar Man

From Joyride Media | 59:00

Rodriguez was a music legend in South Africa, but it took 25 years for him to find out.


When Sixto Rodriguez emerged from Detroit in the early 70’s, he made two albums that didn’t catch the ears of the public in the United States.  But in South Africa, Rodriguez became a household name – up there with Bob Dylan and Elvis Presley.  South Africans didn’t know much about his life, but it was as accepted rumor that he had committed suicide.  25 years later, a couple of fans decided to search for information, and they discovered their hero alive and well – doing manual labor and completely unaware of his impact and success half a world away.
In this one hour radio special, you’ll hear from the producers of his records, the people who found him and the director of a documentary about how it all happened, and from Rodriguez himself. 

The Clash: Revolution Rock

From Joyride Media | 59:00

A new one-hour radio special pays tribute to "the only band that matters" with both exclusive and archival interviews.

Clash_small A new one-hour radio special pays tribute to "the only band that matters" with exclusive and archival interviews, their classic anthems, fan favorites and previously unreleased live tracks. A new TV special featuring The Clash live in concert also airs on PBS stations nationwide March 1-15. ** MUSIC - Their best-known anthems, fan favorites and previously unreleased live tracks. ** INTERVIEWS - Both recent and vintage band interview clips with Clash members Joe Strummer, Mick Jones, Paul Simonon and Topper Headon. Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine), film director Julien Temple and others are also interviewed. ** HOST - Delphine Blue: longtime NY radio (WFUV, WBAI, WLIR) and club DJ. ** BROADCAST WINDOW - Begins Friday Feb 29. ** TERMS - No built-in national spots, no program costs. ** LENGTH - 59:00 show with two 1:00 music beds or 54:00 show with three breaks. ** CLASH PBS SPECIAL PREMIERES MARCH 1 - "The Clash Live: Revolution Rock" features vintage live performance clips filmed between 1977-1982. Please click below to find your local PBS broadcast dates and times. http://cmgradio.blogspot.com/search/label/clash

Bob Dylan: No Direction Home

From Joyride Media | 01:58:10

The "official bootleg" radio companion to the PBS special "Bob Dylan: No Direction Home"

Dylanboot7_small "Bob Dylan: No Direction Home" is a two-hour, two-part music intensive radio special features exclusive music, interviews and other content from Bob Dylan's personal archives. You'll also hear music featured in "Bob Dylan: No Direction Home, a Martin Scorsese picture," premiering on PBS stations nationwide September 26-27, 2005. The program is free for all stations to air, and the audio will be posted here by September 13, 2005. Please contact Andy Cahn at 201-386-1736 or cahnmedia@comcast.net if you want to receive the program on CD. You can also download the "CD request form" under the attachments tab. This radio program consists of two one-hour episodes that correspond to the two parts of the PBS special. This allows you to program each radio segment as a supplement to each of the TV broadcasts in your market. "No Direction Home: The Soundtrack - The Bootleg Series Vol. 7" is in stores from Columbia/Legacy on Tues, Aug 30. This 2-CD set contains 26 previously unreleased Bob Dylan tracks recorded between 1959 and 1966.

Bob Dylan and the Band - Complete Basement Tapes

From Joyride Media | 59:00

The complete story behind Bob Dylan and The Band's 1967 recordings in Woodstock, NY, now known as the Basement Tapes

Screen_shot_2014-10-28_at_10 In 1967, Bob Dylan and several members of what became The Band got together in upstate New York. For months, they played and played – and recorded as they went along. It took 8 years for some of the music to come out officially, but in that time, the legend of The Basement Tapes grew. Bootlegs were passed around, little hints of the bigger treasure that existed somewhere.

In this one hour radio special, you’ll hear about these recordings from The Band member Garth Hudson, songwriter and author Sid Griffin, Dylan biographer Clinton Heylin, author Greil Marcus, writer Anthony DeCurtis and producer Steve Berkowitz, plus many highlights from the full release of The Basement Tapes.

Preservation Hall Jazz Band - That's It!

From Joyride Media | 59:00

Inside the making of Preservation Hall Jazz Band's new album, featuring interviews with the band and co-producer Jim James (My Morning Jacket)

Phb-306-1367606009_small Inside the making of Preservation Hall Jazz Band's new album, featuring interviews with the band and co-producer Jim James (My Morning Jacket)

Johnny Cash: Legend (Series)

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Johnny Cash: The World Needs a Melody

From Joyride Media | Part of the Johnny Cash: Legend series | 01:00:40

Cashgreenacres_small One of the first country stars to write most of his own material, Johnny Cash created a songbook to rival Porter and Gershwin. We look into the craft of Cash, how he shaped his stories, told tales of the people and places around him, and influenced the songwriting and arranging of artists now. Audio will be available here by Aug 10, 2005. Please contact Andy Cahn at cahnmedia@comcast.net or 201-386-1736 for more details.

Bruce Springsteen With The Sessions Band: Live in Dublin

From Joyride Media | 59:00

Highlights from a live concert in Dublin by Bruce Springsteen With The Sessions Band

Default-piece-image-1 In 2006, Bruce Springsteen put his own stamp on the legacy of legendary folk singer and activist Pete Seeger. The big band that Springsteen assembled tore through the protest songs, spirituals and stories that Seeger wrote or passed down from the generations. Anyone who saw the tour knew that Mr. Springsteen knows how to put an amazing band together. In this all new one-hour special hosted by David Dye, we'll hear highlights from a live concert in Dublin, Ireland. Bruce Springsteen and Pete Seeger talk about the music, and we'll hear from writer Dave Marsh, band members Marc Anthony Thompson, Sam Bardfeld and Larry Eagle. Bruce Springsteen and his Sessions Band took this music around world. In the process, classic songs from the Springsteen catalog found their way into the set, like "Growin' Up" and "Blinded By the Light," but with a new sound.

Bruce Springsteen With The Sessions Band:  Live in Dublin
Timings & Cues

0:00 -- 20:00 Segment 1

In:  (music) "I think you are choosing things that you feel you can
make of the moment..."
Out:  "I'm David Dye, and you're listening to Bruce Springsteen With
The Sessions Band:  Live in Dublin."

20:00 -- 21:00 Break 1 with music bed

21:00 -- 39:00  Segment 2

In:  "Welcome back to Bruce Springsteen With The Sessions Band:  Live
in Dublin.  I'm David Dye."
Out:  "I'm David Dye, and you're listening to Bruce Springsteen With
The Sessions Band:  Live in Dublin."

39:00 -- 40:00 Break 2 with music bed

40:00 -- 59:00 Segment 3

In:  "Welcome back to Bruce Springsteen With The Sessions Band:  Live
in Dublin.  I'm David Dye."
Out:  "I'm David Dye, and thanks for listening."