This Is Spinal Tap: Bill Nutt interviews Chad Leinaweaver, assistant director of the Morristown and Morris Township Libraries about the 30th anniversary of the movie This Is Spinal Tap, part of a series titled “Moving Image of Rock”.
Soundscape Ecology: Dr. Karl Hricko interviews R.J. Laverne about his research into how trees effect humans and how trees effect the soundscape around us.
On October 29th, the Juggernaut String Band made an appearance on the Melanie in the Morning program. The band chatted with Mel about their latest adventures and played several tunes for the WNTI audience.
On this episode: Almost an entire show about space…not empty space (like it usually is), but outer space. Oh yes, we’ve got the normal stuff as well…paintings, cup & saucers, metal purses, and a caller quiz.
One of Neil Young's recent records, 2009's Fork In The Road, contains nothing but rambling songs about his beloved electric car. Young has generated stacks of live albums — one of which, 1991's Arc, consists of exactly 35 minutes' worth of feedback and noise. Whether he's recording front-porch ballads, anthemic rock, early archival tapes, scathing protest music or even a rock opera, Young has become one of the most uncompromising, unpredictable, unbound and, at times, unearthly brilliant living musicians.
He lived at the house known as Big Pink, in the woods near Woodstock, and during the summer of 1967, responsibility for his care was shared by Bob Dylan and members of The Band. Hamlet was on the scene during the fruitful recording of The Basement Tapes, part of the storied atmosphere that led to one of the most vivid chapters in American music.