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The Three Track Podcast is lovingly curated by a music nerd, for music nerds.

Guests pick their three favourite tracks, from niche B-sides to the most ubiquitous chart hits, and discuss every beat in intricate detail, as well as their general love of music.

This a chance for music-loving guests to give their friends a break from endless monologues about the importance of vinyl, and have an outlet to get as in-depth and nerdy as they want with host, comedian and resident music obsessive Gabriel Ebulue.

 

Music and stings used under CC Attribution License: 1984 by Punk Rock Opera.

 

Sep 17, 2018

Josie Long is an award-winning comedian, writer, and actor. In this episode recorded live at the London Podcast Festival, we talk about the flawless discography of The Mountain Goats, life-changing music videos, and Britpop. 
 
Track 1 – The Mountain Goats – San Bernadino
Track 2 – Stevie Wonder – Don't You...


Sep 10, 2018

Bonus Tracks are special episodes where I answer questions and discuss topics suggested by our wonderful listeners. In this installment of Bonus Tracks, I talk about music taste being shaped by movies, reviewers impacting our opinions on albums, and whether or not Eminem was ever good. 
 
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Sep 3, 2018

Phil Jerrod is a stand-up comedian and the host of two podcasts, Ultimate Scrutiny and Devil Times Five. In this episode, we talk about growing up in the countryside, discovering Nirvana, and problematic Heavy Metal. 

Track 1 - Nirvana - Aneurysm (live version from the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah)
Track 2 - Slayer -...


Aug 13, 2018

Amanda Litherland is a producer and presenter for BBC Radio 4. In this episode, we talk about growing up on the Isle of Man, her dad's unique taste in music, and a long running joke about an Earth Wind and Fire song.

Track 1 - Joni Mitchell - The Dawntreader 
Track 2 - Bombay Bicycle Club - Lights Out Words Gone 
Track...


Aug 6, 2018

Sooz Kempner is an award-winning comedian, actor and musician. In this episode, we talk about her love of musical theatre, the legacy of Freddie Mercury and dystopian Blur lyrics.

Track 1 - Stephen Sondheim - No One Is Alone
Track 2 - Queen - My Fairy King 
Track 3 - Blur - The Universal

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