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    Sunday, June 19, 2011

    Paul Myers Interview on The Time Machine

    Singer-songwriter, musician (The Gravelberrys) and author (It Ain’t Easy: Long John Baldry And The Birth Of The British Blues, Barenaked Ladies: Public Stunts Private Stories) Paul Myers was a guest on The Time Machine. Paul shared stories about his latest book is "A Wizard A True Star: Todd Rundgren In The Studio". In addition to Todd Rundgren's musical career as a solo artist and a band member of Nazz and Utopia, Todd produced numerous records for other artists. Todd's hand in many hit records made him a highly sought after producer while busy working on his own music.

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    Above Photograph: Jimmy Fallon has a copy, do you?

    In addition to some of Todd's musical output and Utopia, Paul Myers and Michael McCartney played a sampling of songs from other artists that Todd produced including Jules Shear, Jill Sobule, Badfinger, Rick Derringer, Tom Robinson Band, Steve Hillage, Fanny, Felix Cavaliere, XTC, Meatloaf & Ellen Foley, The Lords Of The New Church, Grand Funk, The Rubinoos and Bourgeois Tagg.

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    Other artists featured on this Maui afternoon FM aircheck include Brock Walsh with his brand new release "A Thousand Wonders", Andrew Gold, Gary Ritchie's new song "Alright", The Smith Bros., Elton John and The Gravelberrys.

    Click here to listen or download the radio interview with Paul Myers on The Time Machine

    Official Website for The Pulmyears Music Blog from Paul Myers

    "A Wizard A True Star: Todd Rundgren In The Studio" on Amazon

    Paul Myers on Twitter

    Paul Myers on MySpace Music

    "It Ain’t Easy: Long John Baldry And The Birth Of The British Blues" on Amazon of which Cameron Crowe said “Paul Myers’s masterful book is a roller-coaster ride through the era, complete with all its chaos, glory and fortune. Rock on, and turn it up!”

    Official Website for Todd Rundgren

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