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Vinyl Emergency

By Jim Hanke

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Description

Vinyl Emergency explores the thrill of records and music in general, whether examining the recent vinyl resurgence or recalling the first albums that changed our lives. Guests range from musicians and industry folks to avid record collectors and close friends, all with captivating, personal stories involving vinyl. Host Jim Hanke is a frequent guest vinyl consultant on Chicago's WGN 720AM, and has been a freelance contributor to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Modern-Vinyl.com, Sock Monkey Sound and various other media outlets since 1994.

Customer Reviews

Hipster crap

Great, all podcasting needs one more pretentious hipster

Needs more variety

Another interview podcast, sigh. Granted, there have been some excellent guests throughout, but it's missing something from the host. A bit more personality and enthusiasm or even some varying questions would be a big help. Segments, bits, anything?! I wish there would be a bit more variety in guests -- more music podcasters, vinyl experts, something more than just singing the praises of musicians would be more than welcome. Good try, might check back in the future.

Was hoping for more...

The name would lend you to believe that the podcast is predominately about vinyl, but thus far there have only been a few episodes that seem to focus specifically on collecting vinyl/vinyl culture. Much more it seems to be the host interviewing people that he knows/has wanted to interview. There have been several episodes where the guest has mentioned they didn't even have a turntable... Would love to see the podcast focus a bit, might feel a bit less sycophantic and help it find its footing.

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  • Category: Music
  • Language: English

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