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Andrew Loog Oldham's Sounds and Vision Podchat

Andrew Loog Oldham

Andrew Loog Oldham began doing PR for Little Richard, Bob Dylan and The Beatles before discovering, managing and producing The Rolling Stones from 1964-1968. He also launched England’s first indie label, Immediate Records. He then went “out to lunch” for 25 years, and upon his return wrote a 3 volume memoir, STONED, 2STONED & STONE FREE and was the lead radio personality on the the Underground Garage channel on SiriusXM for over 10 years. The Sounds and Vision podcast is Andrew's latest creation where he chats with the remarkable men and women he's met along the way who continue to contribute to his remarkable life. Sounds and Vision is a partner of the Double Elvis podcast network. For more of the best music storytelling follow @DoubleElvis on Instagram or search Double Elvis in your podcast app.
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Sep 29 2021
2 mins
Gered Mankowitz chats about his iconic photographs of The Rolling Stones and Jimi Hendrix and how Brian Jones was a handful
Legendary rock 'n' roll photographer Gered Mankowitz joins Sounds and Vision to talk and reminisce with Andrew on a variety of subjects. The two chat about how Brian Jones was a troubled soul, the story behind the famous Rolling Stones' Primrose Hill photo session, Marianne Faithfull's early days, and how Jimi Hendrix's landmark London performance at Bag O'Nails went over Gered and Andrew's heads. But that's only part of the conversation and part of the story — listen in and enjoy.Show Notes:Gered MankowitzGered Mankowitz on TwitterWolf MankowitzStriptease, Soho and Cliff Richard in Expresso BongoUniversal head Lucian Grainge to earn more than all UK songwriters combinedSounds and Vision S2E4: Jonathan BeckerRobert Kincaid and The Bridges of Madison CountyKeith Grant: The Story Of Olympic StudiosThe Rolling Stones - Flowers (album cover)Rolling Stones - Mason's Yard to Primrose Hill 1965-1967. Photographs by Gered Mancowitz"The Rolling Stones on Primrose Hill in 1966. I suggested that we take the band to Primrose Hill in the North of London for a shoot after an all-nighter in the recording studio."Gered Mankowitz on his intimate photos of The Rolling Stones (interview)"The Rolling Stones at RCA Studios Hollywood, in 1965."The Rolling Stones interview - Denmark 1965"Brian Jones of The Rolling Stones photographed at a recording session at Olympic Studios in London in 1966."The Rolling Stones - "Ruby Tuesday" (instrumental)Jack NitzscheDavid Bailey and the Story of Fashion Photography"I shot this rarely seen portrait of Marianne Faithfull in The Salisbury Pub, St. Martin's Lane in 1964."Marianne Faithfull - Come My Way (album cover)Robert Frank Captured America Like No Other ArtistCocksucker Blues: Robert Frank’s Suppressed Rolling Stones DocumentaryThe Rolling Stones - "You Better Move On" (on the Arthur Haynes Show, 1964)"Charlie Watts at home in 1966. Shirley Watts can be seen in the upstairs window!"Chas Chandler: The man who discovered Jimi HendrixJimi Hendrix's first London performance at the Bag O’NailsRock Stars Wearing Granny Takes a Trip"I shot two sessions with Jimi Hendrix at my Mason's Yard studio in central London. This shot Jimi 'Velvet & Lace' is from the first session taken in 1967."Gered Mankowitz on Jimi HendrixMy best shot: Jimi Hendrix by Gered Mankowitz
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45 mins
Mick Rock tribute - a replay of Andrew’s chat with the legendary photographer in 2018
This week Andrew pays homage to the legendary photographer Mick Rock with a replay of a wonderful, rambling chat the two had in 2018. The late Mick Rock, who left us last Thursday, is known for his extraordinary body of photographic work, including iconic images of David Bowie, Lou Reed, The Stooges, Blondie, Queen, and pretty much anyone else you can think of. His life adventure was immortalized in the must-see documentary film Shot! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock, presently streaming on Kanopy and Pluto and available to rent digitally on most of the others. Sit back, listen, enjoy, and join us in appreciation of the wit and brilliance of the one who was — and is — Mick Rock. Show Notes:Mick Rock, Sought-After Rock Photographer, Dies at 72Pop is now too controlled to allow a maverick like Mick Rock to flourishShot! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock (trailer)Ziggy and Roxy at the RainbowMeet LP, the LGBTI singer-songwriter behind hits for Rihanna, Cher and moreRichard Hamilton (British pop artist)Get Carter (trailer)Room at the Top (trailer)Expresso Bongo (trailer)Wolf Mankowitz - the man who did everythingLife at the Top (full movie)English Biscuit Vs. Cookies: What's the Difference?Barney Clay (film director)Lionel Richie and the CommodoresShutter MagazineThe Unintentional Lynchianism Of David Lynch CoffeeDavid Bowie & Lou Reed - "White Light, White Heat" (live 1997)Raw Power: Rare Iggy Pop photos by Mick RockRoyal Hairdresser Andre Mizelas Murdered in Hyde ParkThe Photography of George HurrellArt Zone: David Bowie as Seen by Mick RockDavid Bowie SmokingIs it worth $2500 to learn Transcendental Meditation?What John Lennon Told Maharishi While Leaving His Ashram After FalloutLeonard Cohen on Miami ViceSyd Barrett Rolling Stone interview by Mick Rock (1971)As Gucci turns 100, creative director Alessandro Michele is leading the fashion industry toward a different futureGucci Cruise 2018 Campaign: The Roman Rhapsody by Mick RockMick Rock: A photographic history of David Bowie’s riseMick Rock Showing PhotosLong Live RockAndrew Loog Oldham’s Sounds and Vision is a partner of the Double Elvis podcast network. For more of the best music storytelling follow @DoubleElvis on Instagram or search Double Elvis in your podcast app.
1w ago
1 hr 11 mins
Dave Kaufman (Delve, CJAD Montreal) talks with Andrew about seeing The Rolling Stones on the No Filter tour
Dave Kaufman — radio personality on CJAD, Montreal, and host of the Delve podcast — flew down to California for the first time last month just to see The Rolling Stones on the No Filter tour. It turned out that Andrew was in Malibu at the same time. Andrew didn’t go to the concert but was curious about to hear about it — as one might imagine. So, Dave met Andrew in Malibu the next morning and related a song-by-song experience of seeing The Rolling Stones live. This triggers many thoughts from Andrew, resulting in a spirited and highly entertaining discussion.Audio/Visual Show Notes: Dave Kaufman (Twitter)Broadcaster Dave Kaufman is all business with his latest podcastDelve PodcastThe Rolling Stones in Los Angeles California USA 2021Maureen McGovern - "The Morning After"Lou Adler: Low Key, Lucky and Very CoolRolling Stones - "Some Girls" (lyric video)Can dogs smell COVID? Here’s what the science saysThe Unflappable Greatness of Charlie WattsMick Jagger’s Heart Surgery — Explained by a CardiologistThe Rolling Stones - "Let's Spend (Some Time) Together" on The Ed Sullivan ShowPaul McCartney Compares Beatles to Rolling Stones: ‘They’re a Blues Cover Band’Paul McCartney Doesn’t Really Want to Stop the ShowJimmy Page continues to blame Phil Collins for disastrous Led Zeppelin reunion at Live Aid in 1985The Tragically HipTribute intro to Charlie Watts in St. LouisSteve Jordan — In Charlie Watts’s Chair on the Rolling Stones TourThe Rolling Stones Setlist at SoFi StadiumThe Band - The Band (album stream)The Rolling Stones - "Rocks Off" (lyric video)Eric Clapton’s Battle with Overcoming Drug AddictionThe Beatles: Get Back | Official TrailerCilla (trailer)Brian Epstein Interviews Andrew Loog Oldham & Richard Lester on Hullabaloo (1965)Darryl Jones: The Unknown StoneThe Rolling Stones Live on the TAMI Show (Santa Monica Civic, 1964)Lucky Dip with the Rolling StonesThe Manchurian Candidate (Original Trailer - 1962)Gord Downie dead: The Tragically Hip lead singer dies of cancer at 53Iconic Musicians Who Are Back on the Road This YearThe Rolling Stones Redlands BustThe Rolling Stones with Sasha Allen - "Gimme Shelter" ('Havana Moon' Live)Lisa Fischer - "Gimme Shelter" (Brooklyn, NY 8-7-14)Baxter Dury: ‘Everything was about Dad. It was the only way he knew how to survive’Astroworld Is Our Generation’s AltamontThe Rolling Stones Live Full Concert + Video SoFi Stadium, Los Angeles, 14 October 2021 Andrew Loog Oldham's Sounds and Vision is a partner of the Double Elvis podcast network. For more of the best music storytelling follow @DoubleElvis on Instagram or search Double Elvis in your podcast app.
Nov 16 2021
40 mins
Elliot Easton (The Cars) - Part 2 - talks about recording sessions with Mutt Lange and why The Cars called it quits
Elliot Easton, guitarist for The Cars (among others), continues his eclectic conversation with Andrew Loog Oldham in part two of the podchat. The two talk about their shared love for The Hollies, the difference between legendary producers Mutt Lange and Roy Thomas Baker, how Elliot was a teenage activist, the events leading to the breakup of The Cars, playing with Creedence Clearwater Revival, and what it means that Elliot shares a birthday with “Allen Crime."And, now, ladies and gentlemen — the show notes! : The Untold Truth of Creedence Clearwater RevisitedEugene McCarthy, Unsung HeroThe Poor People's Campaign, 1968In 1968, a ‘Resurrection City’ of Tents, Erected to Fight PovertyThe Jim Kweskin Jug BandDale Hawkins - "Susie Q"10 Best Rhythm Sections Of All TimeThe HolliesAfter a tough start in Salford, Graham Nash is living the rock'n'roll dreamLaurel Canyon trailerThe Hollies - "Stop In The Name Of Love"All-Vox man… that's Tony HicksWhen The Hollies met Graham GouldmanHarvey Brian Lisberg – talent agent & impresarioPye RecordsMike Smith: The Most Underrated Singer in Classic Rock?Sam Cooke, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles -- and Allen KleinTime - The MusicalThe Dave Clark 5 - "Any Way You Want It"The Legendary Battle Between the Rolling Stones and Their Notorious Manager, Allen KleinMutt Lange: a guide to his best albumsThe Linn LM-1: The Drum Machine that changed everythingBee Gees & Arif Mardin - "40 Years Atlantic Records"Why the Cars Ran off the Road with 'Door to Door'Sounds and Vision - S2 – Johnny Marr (Part 1)Everyone Gets a Voice in the Oral History David Bowie: A LifeMarianne Faithfull - "As Tears Go By"The Truth About Ric Ocasek and Benjamin Orr's RelationshipMilkwood - "With You With Me"Benjamin Orr obituaryRic Ocasek obituaryAndrew Loog Oldham's Sounds and Vision is a partner of the Double Elvis podcast network.  For more of the best music storytelling follow @DoubleElvis on Instagram or search Double Elvis in your podcast app.
Nov 9 2021
32 mins
Elliot Easton (The Cars) - Part 1 - talks degenerate managers, recording with Roy Thomas Baker, and crashing The Grammys with Andrew
Nov 2 2021
44 mins
Jonathan Becker (Vanity Fair) talks about photographing the famous, getting drunk with Sinatra, and painting John Phillips’ house
Photographer Jonathan Becker began contributing to Vanity Fair on the heels of an especially successful solo exhibition in Chelsea in 1981. His portraits of filmmaker Louis Malle and of Becker’s mentor and friend Brassaï featured largely in the pages of the prototype for the magazine’s relaunch, in 1983. Becker’s specialty in portraits, photographed by and large on location, soon became a Vanity Fair staple: Robert Mapplethorpe, Jack Kevorkian, Jocelyn Wildenstein, and Martha Graham, as well as countless socialites, artists, and heads of state. Assignments for the magazine have dispatched Becker far and wide—from the Amazonian jungle, for first-encounter photographs of members of the Yanomami tribe, to Buckingham Palace, for the first photographs showing the Prince of Wales and Camilla Parker Bowles together.Becker is known for his close collaboration with Bob Colacello, Alex Shoumatoff, and other Vanity Fair writers on stories about the denizens of worldly watering holes: the Adirondacks and Aspen, Palm Beach and Palm Springs, Capri and so forth. Over the course of three years’ work for the Rockefeller Foundation, Becker documented its funded projects on five continents. Four books of his work have been published: Bright Young Things; Studios by the Sea, Artists of Long Island’s East End (derived from a Vanity Fair assignment with Bob Colacello); Bright Young Things: London; and, recently, Jonathan Becker: 30 Years at Vanity Fair. Visit him online at JonathanBecker.com.______Andrew Loog Oldham's Sounds and Vision is a partner of the Double Elvis podcast network.  For more of the best music storytelling follow @DoubleElvis on Instagram or search Double Elvis in your podcast app.
Oct 26 2021
33 mins
Johnny Marr (Part 2) talking about music managers, recording, and the future of musicJohnny Marr (Part 1) talking about the early recordings of the Smiths and the Stones and his book "Set the Boy Free"
Oct 12 2021
37 mins
Rob Schwartz talking about disruption marketing, drummers and Charlie WattsSeason 2 Trailer

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