Back at Joe’s Atlanta Contemporary studio, Matthew offers an update on his effort to make his vinyl collection great again. Following up on an earlier discussion regarding the cleaning of vinyl records with wood glue, the Spin-Clean record cleaning system is reviewed.
The Rolling Stones’ Goats Head Soup is rediscovered. The origin story behind the iconic album’s name is explored. Spoiler alert: It involves both the culinary arts and male enhancement.
Speaking of the Rolling Stones, bad song lyrics are offered up for discussion. Male virility – and Stephen Stills – make return appearances.
A recent Deep Dive trip to Lexington KY and episode 7’s discussion with Stuart Horodner are recalled. A brief look at the book Pigeons On The Grass Alas introduces a discussion on the state of contemporary art curation. An episode is foreshadowed.
A silver train blows its horn.