Trampled Underfoot Podcast – Episode 76 – Shining Like a National Guitar

Shining Like a National Guitar – Episode 76

The imagery that lyrics invoke in songs can be very powerful. They can take us back in time to the place we first heard them. They’re like an anchor or placeholder in a way, if you think about it. Lyrics set to music can also launch us into new worlds altogether. The mind is a powerful instrument and certain themes and stories told through music are mysterious to us still. Mark Lindsay and Eloy Escagedo talk about this topic using the song Graceland by Paul Simon as an example.

The hosts then get into the conversation of famous guitars. We’ve all heard about famous musicians of course, and we like to delve into the music of certain decades more than others – like the 60s and 70s. But here we talk about the instruments that just might be as popular as the people who play them.

Then Mark and Eloy talk about famous recording studios along with other interesting topics.

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