The Next Track, Episode #237 – Sid Smith on Robert Fripp’s Exposures

King Crimson scribe Sid Smith joins us to talk about the new Robert Fripp box set, Exposures, which covers Fripp’s years in New York City, from 1977 to 1983, around his Exposure album and his Frippertronics.

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The Next Track, Episode #236 – Update on Apple’s Media Apps

We haven’t discussed Apple’s media apps for some time, so we decided to take a look at what has changed, and what hasn’t, and what probably never will. And we discuss audiophile nostalgia.

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The Next Track, Episode #233 – The End of the Sixties

No album better marks the transition from the sixties from the seventies than the Rolling Stones’ Let it Bleed.

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The Next Track, Episode #232 – How People Listen to Music Today

Doug and Kirk take a look at how people listen to music today, with lots of statistics.

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The Next Track, Episode #231 – 60 Years

A rock band is embarking an a tour to celebrate 60 years of music making. That’s a long time.

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The Next Track, Episode #230 – I was born a ramblin’ man…

Doug and Kirk don’t know what to talk about for this episode, so they ramble about the smart home, audio gear, TVs, music, and more.

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The Next Track, Episode #229 – London Calling

Some say the Clash’s London Calling is the best rock album of all time.

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The Next Track, Episode #228 – [bleep] Spotify

Spotify is getting some flack for hosting an exclusive audio program with someone who spreads covid misinformation, and a number of musicians, including Neil Young and Joni Mitchell, have pulled their music from the service. And streaming still doesn’t pay well; music streaming services should raise their prices to be able to pay more.

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The Next Track, Episode #227 – The Crutch Interregnum

One of Doug’s favorite words is “interregnum,” and he uses it here to describe the transitional period when record companies lost control of their product.

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