Satchel frontman Shawn Smith, gives us insight on songwriting, dealing with a label, and the story behind those Reservoir Dogs samples.
For episode #56, we dip into the category of "so good yet criminally overlooked," exploring the world of Satchel and their 1994 album EDC. Satchel seamlessly explore Alice In Chains riffing on one song and twisted Prince grooves on the very next. Joining us for the extensive track-by-track review is Satchel frontman Shawn Smith, who gives us insight on songwriting, dealing with a major label in the '90s, and how those Reservoir Dogs samples ended up on the album.
We haven't reviewed this record yet. However, you can compell us to grab our shovels and dig it out. Request a review and we'll devote a full episode to discussing this album. Heck we might even invite you on as a guest. Support the show and help rock fans discover a lost album of the 90's.
Patreon: $2.50 a month
Support us for the year (12 consecutive months), and you’ll be rewarded with an album review for 2017 that you can join us to talk about.Visit Patreon
PayPal Donation: $30.00
This is the fastest option to get your recommendation on the show. Make a donation and put the artist and album title in the payment comments. We’ll follow up with any questions and let you know the episode release date.Donate