Donovan discusses the benefits of transcendental meditation (TM), including his involvement with the Maharishi, The Beatles and the David Lynch Foundation, which recently released the DVD of “Change Begins Within: A Benefit Concert For The David Lynch Foundation.”
Pink Floyd artist Gerald Scarfe talks about “The Wall” art and his relationship with Roger Waters. Also, Carlos Santana’s good vibes and a Jackyl interview.
The sixth episode of the Goldmine Magazine Podcast presents Peter Hook (Joy Division/New Order/The Light) and Matthew Block of Run Out Groove Records.
Graham Nash explains his Underground Comix artwork collection going up for auction. Then photographer Mark Weiss will talk about RockSceneAuctions.com.
Rex Brown talks about going out on his own with the solo album, “Smoke On This.” Then Charlie Huhn talks Foghat’s latest live album “Live at the Belly Up.”
Sonny Landreth, King of Slydeco, and Andreas Neumann, director of the Iggy Pop documentary, “American Valhalla” talk in the third Goldmine Magazine Podcast.
Candice Night, vocalist for Blackmore’s Night, talks about her solo album and what’s going on musically for her and guitarist-husband Ritchie Blackmore.
Guests Jay Jay French and Bruce Spizer discuss the impact and longevity of The Beatles’ iconic album, “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.” Later in the episode, contributor John M. Borack will detail some of the 50th Anniversary box set editions.