• Movies,  Music,  Nostalgia,  Pop Culture,  Technology,  Television

    Trampled Underfoot Podcast – 171 – Rock and Roll Juggernaut

    In this episode of the Trampled Underfoot Podcast Mark Lindsay goes into the background of one of the most influential hard rock bands of all time. A band that came from humble beginnings and exploded to meteoric heights in the late 70s and early 80s. What was behind their success? How did they become the musical powerhouse they are today? Eloy Escagedo gives his opinions, and the hosts discuss what was and what could have been. Next is a discussion of listening to music as an activity. Is music as important today as it was in decades past? We know that the way people experience music today is totally different…

  • Music,  Nostalgia,  Pop Culture,  Society

    Trampled Underfoot Podcast – 145 – Peace, Love, and Milli Vanilli

    In Episode 145 of the Trampled Underfoot Podcast: Mark Lindsay and Eloy Escagedo start the show off with the anniversaries of the release of 2 pivotal record albums – The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and the Eagles’ self-titled debut album. The conversation goes in a few interesting directions as the hosts discuss their first exposure to those groups and their music. The discussion slowly transitions from rip-off bands to the evolution of rock in American music history. Could there ever be another sonic explosion of musical greatness like that which occurred in the era from the 1950s until the 1970s? Then, the scandal that was Milli Vanilli…

  • History,  Music,  Nostalgia,  Pop Culture

    Trampled Underfoot Podcast – Episode 70 – The Rock Music That Made Us

    In this episode, what are the songs that you grew up with? The ones you consider classics and have stuck with you ever since? In this episode Mark Lindsay poses the question to Eloy Escagedo; If you were trying to describe the music you grew up with to someone unfamiliar with rock music, what songs or albums would you share with them? The Trampled duo drop some heavy musician names and a great time being had. Unlike Episode 69, this one is a lot more laid back, so relax and check it out! We record LIVE every Tuesday evening at 9:30 pm Eastern, 6:30 pm Pacific time. Subscribe to our…

  • History,  Music,  Nostalgia,  Pop Culture

    Trampled Underfoot Podcast – Episode 54 – 100% Free Range Beatles

    The British invasion! What a musical revolution that began in the early 60s! Not only did it affect music, how it’s consumed, regarded, and listened to, but also affected the culture at large. We’re still feeling the effects of that time period to this day – both musically and culturally. The trailblazers of all that were The Beatles! In this episode we talk all things Beatles, all things British, and about many of the bands that shaped the era. From Beatles copy-cats, to The Who. From Peter Noone to Eric Clapton. Every popular British rocker gave American rock and roll a run for it’s money, and kick-started the Americans, forcing…

  • Music,  Podcast,  Pop Culture,  Social Media

    Trampled Underfoot Podcast Episode – 45 – Our Bottom Six Worst Albums

    Back in Episode 43, we counted down our Top 10 Favorite Albums of all time. In this episode Mark Lindsay and Eloy Escagedo count down their 6 worse albums of all time. We call it the Bottom 6. Oh, you will probably have conflicting thoughts on our choices. But there’s a lot of fun in this one. We also touch on some funny moments from back when you had to take your film rolls to be processed. Believe us, it’s a trip of a podcast! This was a fun topic so kick back and check it out!

  • Music,  Podcast,  Pop Culture

    Trampled Underfoot Podcast Episode – 43 – Our Top Ten Albums

    This was a tough one for Eloy and Mark, but they each countdown their 5 favorite albums on this episode of The Trampled Underfoot Podcast. They get into the list with some music you may or may not have heard before, then work their individual way up the list until they get to their personal favorite album of all time (so far.) If you’re music buffs like they are, you’ll understand some of their reasons for choosing the albums they chose. You may or may not agree with their list of albums, and you may be surprised by some of them. Either way, we hope you enjoy the discussion as…