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The "Vinyl Bound Podcast" is about all things Albums.

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"Vinyl Bound Podcast"

"Vinyl Bound Podcast"

Strumming through the heartstrings of nostalgia, we journey alongside the poignant melodies of Jim Croce's "Life and Times," his 1973 masterpiece. From the Villanova Singers to the top of the charts, we trace Croce's musical ascent and the odd jobs that colored his narrative tapestry. We revel in the love story that blossomed into a creative partnership with Ingrid Jacobson, and the harmonious alliance with Maury Muehleisen that brought us classics like "Time in a Bottle." It's a heartfelt homage to an album that encapsulates the soulful mix of humor and heartbreak, and an artist whose voice still echoes through time.

Prepare to be captivated by tales of barroom brawlers and roller derby queens, as we unpack the emotional layers of "Life and Times." We celebrate the album that gifted us with "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" and Croce's enduring impact on folk and rock music. With insights into the Grammy-nominated tracks and the stories behind them, this episode is an audio mosaic of a musician whose legacy resonates with the clarity of Maury Muehleisen's guitar. Join us for a sonic tribute that honors the timeless work and the spirit of Jim Croce, a legend who left the stage far too soon.

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Want to hear some great stories about the good old vinyl days? Stories about the album's inception, the songs, and the artists? You have come to the right place. I was there! I experienced many things most people from them days didn't. You see, I was raised in West Hollywood, Los Angeles Area. Yeah! We saw a lot because many artists, especially ones from the UK, collaborated with many American artists, and Wala! Stick around. It will be like the 60s 70s and 80s.

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