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Title: Inside Musicast
Post by: Perplexio on July 08, 2010, 04:28:07 pm
Rick Such and Eddy Cabello have interviewed a who's who of some of the best musicians and session cats out there.  They tend to interview the "musician's musicians" and their interviews are available for download as podcasts @ http://www.insidemusicast.com

Some notable interviews:
David Pack (multi-instrumentalist/vocalist from Ambrosia)
David Paich (keyboardist/vocalist, session cat and founding member of Toto)
Steve Lukather (guitarist/vocalist, session cat and founding member of Toto)
Robert Lamm (vocalist/keyboardist, founding member of Chicago)
Jason Scheff (vocalist/bassist, session cat, long time member of Chicago)
Bill Champlin (vocalist/keyboardist, session cat, founding member of the Sons of Champlin, and long time member of Chicago)
Crosby Loggins (vocalist/guitarist, son of Kenny Loggins)
Gary Wright (vocalist/keyboardist, famous for his 70s hit, Dreamweaver)
Phil Ehart (drummer, founding member of Kansas)
Danny Kortchmar (guitarist/composer/producer)
Gregg Bissonette (drummer, session cat has played with Toto, Joe Satriani, Ringo Starr, Jeff Lynne, and more)
Victor Wooten (bass player, session cat, member of Bela Fleck & the Flecktones)
Eric Tagg (vocalist, session cat, best known for his work with Lee Ritenour)
Steve Porcaro (keyboardist/composer/vocalist, TV/Film score composer, founding member of Toto)
Brandon Fields (sax player, session cat, has played sax with far too many to list)
Robin Trower (guitarist, best known for his solo work and as a member of Procul Harum)
Christopher Cross (vocalist best known for his grammy winning hits Best That You Can Do (Arthur's Theme) & Sailing)
Futureman (guitarist with Bela Fleck & the Flecktones)

The list goes on and on!  But don't take my word for it, check them out for yourself!