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Casey Stratton Audio Podcasts

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Latest Episodes

#57 - Wars, Marriage and Release

I discuss the war in Afghanistan and New York's Marriage Equality progress before talking about artists and social networking. Performed Release Me by Wilson Phillips. Listen to Podcast #57

-1 s2011 JUN 28
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#57 - Wars, Marriage and Release

# 56 - Weiners, Greeks and Vigils

I discussed Anthony Weiner, Vancouver and Greece before talking about my new project, The Vigil. I then performed To Leave is to Die A Little. Listen to Podcast #56

-1 s2011 JUN 28
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# 56 - Weiners, Greeks and Vigils

#55 - Art, Commerce and Priorities

In this episode I discuss my recent TV appearance and then talk a bit about my cat Henry who is currently going through renal failure. I then discuss art vs. commerce and the pitfalls that come with the territory. Live performance is Wild Soul from DIVIDE. Listen to Podcast #55

-1 s2011 MAY 24
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#54 - Bows, Arrows and Solomon

In this episode I discussed Bow, the local cat found shot with a bow and arrow and the fund for his vet bills, as well as discussing my cat Henry. I then answered questions about collaborating with other artists and reworking/re-recording your material as an artist. I then performed Song of Solomon by Kate Bush. Listen to Podcast #54

-1 s2011 MAY 17
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#54 - Bows, Arrows and Solomon

#53 - Sequencing, Evolution and Trust

In this episode I discuss the death of Osama Bin Laden, Oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico, Japan, etc before answering a question about album sequencing and another question about the evolution of my writing over the years. Then I perform "You Can Have You Freedom Back" from "Piano/Vocals: March 2003" which is available at http://store.caseystratton.com Listen to Podcast #53

-1 s2011 MAY 6
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#53 - Sequencing, Evolution and Trust

# 51 - Tsunamis, Shutdowns and Flowers

Discussion includes Japan, Ivory Coast, Wisconsin and the impending US government shutdown. I then take questions and discuss creativity and writer's block before performing "Crossfire" by Brandon Flowers. Visit my digital store Listen to Podcast # 51

-1 s2011 APR 8
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# 51 - Tsunamis, Shutdowns and Flowers

#50 - Earthquakes, Protests and Cities

In this episode of the Casey Stratton Podcast I discuss the situations in Japan and the Middle East. I then talk about my new project, Hear the City before performing Inside Out from that work. Buy Hear the City Visit my online store Listen to Podcast #50

-1 s2011 MAR 25
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#50 - Earthquakes, Protests and Cities

#49 - Covers, Chocolate and Composing

In this episode of the Casey Stratton Podcast I answer many of your questions, including one that brings me to another Music Theory 101 lesson since the last one was a big hit with everyone. I then perform Kites from Orbit. Music recommendation is Joni Mitchell's Court and Spark. ...sudden, expansive shift toward a much larger canvas--a sleeker, orchestrated pop style pulsing with jazz elements. Court & Spark found Mitchell casting aside her earth mother affectations and revealing herself as the thoroughly modern, thoroughly complicated woman she is; the songs sustained familiar preoccupations with relationships but replaced courtly settings and naturalistic imagery with recognizably modern locales. Deeply romantic, constantly questioning, classic tracks like the title song, "Help Me," "Free Man in Paris," "Same Situation," and "Raised on Robbery" display a more liberated Mitchell, ready to rumble with unbridled electric guitars (guest Robbie Robertson on "...Robbery"), even willing...

-1 s2010 MAR 31
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#49 - Covers, Chocolate and Composing

#48 - Reconciliation, Sensitivity and Music Theory 101

In this episode of the Casey Stratton Podcast I discuss the current state of the Health Care reform efforts in the US congress before taking 2 questions. I go on to explain some basic music theory, as promised on Facebook. The live performance is Sinead O'Connor's The Last Day of Our Acquaintance. Music recommendation is the Donna Lewis album Now in a Minute. This Welsh singer has a bright, breathy voice highlighted by a heart-tugging Celtic lilt. Her atmospheric, piano-driven pop sound, produced by Kevin (U2) Killen, is like a hybrid of the Corrs and Cranberries on the memorable lead single "I Love You Always Forever" (inspired by an H.E. Bates novel). The slightly edgier "Without Love" and the shimmering "Nothing Ever Changes" are other highlights. --Jeff Bateman Visit my DIGITAL MUSIC STORE and support my workBuy Donna Lewis' Now in a Minute on iTunesBuy Donna Lewis' Now in a Minute on Amazon Email me a question at podcasts@caseystratton.comListen to Podcast #48

-1 s2010 MAR 17
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#48 - Reconciliation, Sensitivity and Music Theory 101

#47 - Earthquakes, Journeys and Bliss

In this episode of the Casey Stratton Podcast I discuss current events, including the recent Earthquake in Chile. I then explore the themes of artistry in a commercial world and Joseph Campbell's idea of following your bliss. No live performance this time due to a cold. Music recommendation is Ani DiFranco's Dilate. Following up two of her strongest records, Not a Pretty Girl and Out of Range, Dilate takes a different tack. It's quieter and more lush than previous efforts but just as intensely personal, with songs like "Untouchable Face" that are easier to identify with than many other DiFranco tunes. At the same time, DiFranco's old fans might not recognize the sound here, especially on tracks like the trip-hop-influenced "Amazing Grace," the shuffling "Napoleon," or the indescribable "Shameless"--this isn't the same thrash-folkie of old. - Randy Silver Visit my DIGITAL STOREBuy Ani DiFranco's Dilate on iTunesBuy Ani DiFranco's Dilate on AmazonVisit my YouTube Channel to see Monday...

-1 s2010 MAR 3
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#47 - Earthquakes, Journeys and Bliss

Latest Episodes

#57 - Wars, Marriage and Release

I discuss the war in Afghanistan and New York's Marriage Equality progress before talking about artists and social networking. Performed Release Me by Wilson Phillips. Listen to Podcast #57

-1 s2011 JUN 28
Comments
#57 - Wars, Marriage and Release

# 56 - Weiners, Greeks and Vigils

I discussed Anthony Weiner, Vancouver and Greece before talking about my new project, The Vigil. I then performed To Leave is to Die A Little. Listen to Podcast #56

-1 s2011 JUN 28
Comments
# 56 - Weiners, Greeks and Vigils

#55 - Art, Commerce and Priorities

In this episode I discuss my recent TV appearance and then talk a bit about my cat Henry who is currently going through renal failure. I then discuss art vs. commerce and the pitfalls that come with the territory. Live performance is Wild Soul from DIVIDE. Listen to Podcast #55

-1 s2011 MAY 24
Comments
#55 - Art, Commerce and Priorities

#54 - Bows, Arrows and Solomon

In this episode I discussed Bow, the local cat found shot with a bow and arrow and the fund for his vet bills, as well as discussing my cat Henry. I then answered questions about collaborating with other artists and reworking/re-recording your material as an artist. I then performed Song of Solomon by Kate Bush. Listen to Podcast #54

-1 s2011 MAY 17
Comments
#54 - Bows, Arrows and Solomon

#53 - Sequencing, Evolution and Trust

In this episode I discuss the death of Osama Bin Laden, Oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico, Japan, etc before answering a question about album sequencing and another question about the evolution of my writing over the years. Then I perform "You Can Have You Freedom Back" from "Piano/Vocals: March 2003" which is available at http://store.caseystratton.com Listen to Podcast #53

-1 s2011 MAY 6
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#53 - Sequencing, Evolution and Trust

# 51 - Tsunamis, Shutdowns and Flowers

Discussion includes Japan, Ivory Coast, Wisconsin and the impending US government shutdown. I then take questions and discuss creativity and writer's block before performing "Crossfire" by Brandon Flowers. Visit my digital store Listen to Podcast # 51

-1 s2011 APR 8
Comments
# 51 - Tsunamis, Shutdowns and Flowers

#50 - Earthquakes, Protests and Cities

In this episode of the Casey Stratton Podcast I discuss the situations in Japan and the Middle East. I then talk about my new project, Hear the City before performing Inside Out from that work. Buy Hear the City Visit my online store Listen to Podcast #50

-1 s2011 MAR 25
Comments
#50 - Earthquakes, Protests and Cities

#49 - Covers, Chocolate and Composing

In this episode of the Casey Stratton Podcast I answer many of your questions, including one that brings me to another Music Theory 101 lesson since the last one was a big hit with everyone. I then perform Kites from Orbit. Music recommendation is Joni Mitchell's Court and Spark. ...sudden, expansive shift toward a much larger canvas--a sleeker, orchestrated pop style pulsing with jazz elements. Court & Spark found Mitchell casting aside her earth mother affectations and revealing herself as the thoroughly modern, thoroughly complicated woman she is; the songs sustained familiar preoccupations with relationships but replaced courtly settings and naturalistic imagery with recognizably modern locales. Deeply romantic, constantly questioning, classic tracks like the title song, "Help Me," "Free Man in Paris," "Same Situation," and "Raised on Robbery" display a more liberated Mitchell, ready to rumble with unbridled electric guitars (guest Robbie Robertson on "...Robbery"), even willing...

-1 s2010 MAR 31
Comments
#49 - Covers, Chocolate and Composing

#48 - Reconciliation, Sensitivity and Music Theory 101

In this episode of the Casey Stratton Podcast I discuss the current state of the Health Care reform efforts in the US congress before taking 2 questions. I go on to explain some basic music theory, as promised on Facebook. The live performance is Sinead O'Connor's The Last Day of Our Acquaintance. Music recommendation is the Donna Lewis album Now in a Minute. This Welsh singer has a bright, breathy voice highlighted by a heart-tugging Celtic lilt. Her atmospheric, piano-driven pop sound, produced by Kevin (U2) Killen, is like a hybrid of the Corrs and Cranberries on the memorable lead single "I Love You Always Forever" (inspired by an H.E. Bates novel). The slightly edgier "Without Love" and the shimmering "Nothing Ever Changes" are other highlights. --Jeff Bateman Visit my DIGITAL MUSIC STORE and support my workBuy Donna Lewis' Now in a Minute on iTunesBuy Donna Lewis' Now in a Minute on Amazon Email me a question at podcasts@caseystratton.comListen to Podcast #48

-1 s2010 MAR 17
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#48 - Reconciliation, Sensitivity and Music Theory 101

#47 - Earthquakes, Journeys and Bliss

In this episode of the Casey Stratton Podcast I discuss current events, including the recent Earthquake in Chile. I then explore the themes of artistry in a commercial world and Joseph Campbell's idea of following your bliss. No live performance this time due to a cold. Music recommendation is Ani DiFranco's Dilate. Following up two of her strongest records, Not a Pretty Girl and Out of Range, Dilate takes a different tack. It's quieter and more lush than previous efforts but just as intensely personal, with songs like "Untouchable Face" that are easier to identify with than many other DiFranco tunes. At the same time, DiFranco's old fans might not recognize the sound here, especially on tracks like the trip-hop-influenced "Amazing Grace," the shuffling "Napoleon," or the indescribable "Shameless"--this isn't the same thrash-folkie of old. - Randy Silver Visit my DIGITAL STOREBuy Ani DiFranco's Dilate on iTunesBuy Ani DiFranco's Dilate on AmazonVisit my YouTube Channel to see Monday...

-1 s2010 MAR 3
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#47 - Earthquakes, Journeys and Bliss
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