Episode 176

October 28, 2021

01:24:55

TMP176 ANDREW GILCHRIST: GOAT IN THE HOUSE 0F 1000HZ

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Manny Chevrolet René Coman
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Show Notes

The sound engineer with acts like the Neville Bros, Maceo Parker, Steel Pulse, and Ani DiFranco, he’s also the owner of the House of 1000Hz studio, boasting a star-studded client list of national and regional artists. Goat’s early tenure at the experimental Music Gallery in his native Canada taught him to be ready for anything: recording the electric rake with Eugene Chadbourne, mixing Vladimir Putin singing “Blueberry Hill” at a Russian celebrity gala, and now a sit-down with the Troubled Men.

Topics include a returning tenant, Manny for Mayor, Gov. Edwards cremation, a city council DWI, night shows, “Brown Sugar,” a nickname, first bands, Depeche Mode, Toronto, arts grants, Canadian content, Ethan Allen, Daniel Lanois, Kingsway Studio, live recording, Trina Shoemaker, test tones, Chopper Brady, a job offer, a drag race with Aaron Neville, Helen Gillet, a John Zorn session, a Russian soldiers story, and much more.

Intro music: Styler/Coman

Break and Outro music: “LOGUE JAMMIN RUFF’” and “dROUGH NINE” by Andrew “Goat” Gilchrist

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