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Podcast Episode
Season
Two
number
95
Type
Interview
Post Date
11/6/2012

Ken Stringfellow of The Posies

Ken talks about making Frosting on The Beater, how he joined R.E.M. and more.

We've got a very special episode this week as we're joined by Ken Stringfellow of The Posies to talk about his new solo album, Danzig The Moonight. In addition, we revisit the 1993 Posies album Frosting On The Beater.

Now living in Paris, Ken talks about the varied influences behind his new album, working with a variety of musicians, songwriting, gives us the real story on The Posies relationship with DGC while making Frosting On The Beater, their contrasting experiences in the studio with John Leckie and Don Fleming, how he joined the R.E.M. fold, and so much more.

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Dream All Day (from Frosting On The Beater)
  • 2:05 - History of the Band
  • 9:07 - Jesus Was An Only Child (from Danzig In The Moonlight)
  • 27:43 - Drop Your Pride (from Danzig In The Moonlight)
  • 40:47 - Flavor of the Month (from Frosting On The Beater)
  • 58:21 - Doesn't It Remind You of Something (from Danzig In The Moonlight)
  • Outro - Shittalkers (from Danzig In the Moonlight

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