Episode 105 of the Trampled Underfoot Podcast is a trip back to the podcast’s roots. Eloy Escagedo and Mark Lindsay have always been fans of music. But how was it that these rock stars started out as seemingly ordinary people, then became so amazing at their craft? And what was up with the 60s trend of the music industry releasing singles that weren’t on the newly released album they were promoting at the time? The discussion winds its way around to the injection of Hip-Hop into Rock and Roll. How does this trend compare to to the infusion of Disco and Rock back in the 70s? Is the blurring of these genre lines ruining Rock, or is it just the next step in the evolution of the genre? Is it causing a further divide in the sub-genres, or is it beginning to morph into something else entirely? The guys talk about it in their own admittedly biased ways. Some things may surprise you, but other things probably won’t.
If you like The Beatles, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, and others from that amazing era, you’ll enjoy this episode of Trampled Underfoot Podcast.
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