In this episode of The Chain, we take a look at one of the instrumentalists behind both Alanis Morissette’s You Oughta Know and Young MC’s Bust A Move. We also spend way too much time theorising about Dave Coulier.
In this episode of The Chain, we look into the history of MTV Unplugged, and how Eric Clapton came to record the best-selling live album of all time.
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Who took the credit for writing Georgia on My Mind? And what does it have in common with Layla by Derek and the Dominos? Find out in this episode of The Chain.
How did a John Denver song become the Official State Song of Colorado when he was born in New Mexico? And what’s the deal with Tennessee’s state rap? This episode of The Chain is all about US state emblems.
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Let’s get political in a new episode of The Chain – linking Foo Fighters’ Times Like These to Twisted Sister’s We’re Not Gonna Take It.
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What makes common time so common? And what is an asymmetrical meter? This episode of The Chain links Blondie’s Heart of Glass to Foo Fighters’ Times Like These through metric modulation.
How does a 1000 year-old invention link Arctic Monkeys’ I Wanna Be Yours to Heart of Glass by Blondie? And why has Britt been emailing the owner of an LA recording studio? Find out in this episode of The Chain.
What is the link between Dear Prudence by The Beatles, and Iggy Pop’s The Passenger? Find out in the third full-length episode of The Chain.
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