Welcome to episode 155 of Sweetman Podcast with support from our sponsors – T Leaf T, Yeastie Boys and La Petite Chocolat. Now – as you probably know, as well as the usual platforms (this site, soundcloud, iTunes/Apple) you can now get to Sweetman Podcast on Spotify – follow it there and have it saved in your Spotify library. Brendon Pongia is a former TV host and […]
Funny that I’d never heard this album, only in that I love Skip Spence, the mythology – that amazing solo album of his and so usually, when something like that comes along you work your way back through everything – and yes I’d heard of Moby Grape and heard some of their stuff, and Jefferson […]
It’s getting a bit stuck-record, I know, but things will change as we move into the seventies, eighties and nineties – but so far I’m liking pretty much everything I hear. And so it is with this album – and sure, I knew of Country Joe And The Fish, but really only from Woodstock and […]
Welcome to episode 67 of Sweetman Podcast with support from our sponsors – T Leaf T, Yeastie Boys and Le Petite Chocolat. This conversation is me chatting with the poet, historian and academic Jeffrey Paparoa Holman.
British rock critic Nik Cohn, writing with an outside perspective, put it simply when looking at the San Francisco Sound: “In America, acid really mattered”. Using the proceeds from his novel, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, the writer Ken Kesey initiated the Acid Tests; bankrolling experiments conducted by Dr. Timothy Leary – parties fuelled […]