Audiography: Episode 036: “Courtney Taylor-Taylor (of The Dandy Warhols)”


    In this edition of Audiography, we begin on a somber note; Len Comaratta offers his own tribute to Beastie Boys’ Adam Yauch by sharing a personal story. Shortly after, the podcast’s regular programming continues with audio reviews of the latest releases from Ty Segall and White Fence, Fixers, as well as former Fleet Foxes drummer J Tillman’s Father John Misty.

    We also speak with Courtney Taylor-Taylor, leader of Portland’s own The Dandy Warhols. After working in the business for over 20 years, Taylor and the band returned last month with their eighth studio effort, This Machine. Both Comaratta and Taylor-Taylor discussed the new album, writing songs amongst the band, meeting Andrew Eldridge, and singing onstage with Love and Rockets and the thin white duke himself, David Bowie, a performance thought never captured. Well, we have it.

    Featured Music:
    01. Ty Segall & White Fence – “Cry Baby“ (excerpt), “Easy Rider“(excerpt)
    02. Fixers – “Uriel“ (excerpt), “Passages/Love In Action/108 “(excerpt)
    03. Father John Misty – “Fun Times In Babylon“ (excerpt), “Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings“ (excerpt)
    04. Dandy Warhols – “The Autumn Carnival” (This Machine)
    05. Love & Rockets – “No New Tale To Tell” (excerpt)
    06. Bauhaus – “Bela Lugosi’s Dead” (excerpt)
    07. Sisters of Mercy – “This Corrosion” (excerpt)
    08. David Bowie & Dandy Warhols – “White Light, White Heat (live)”
    09. Dandy Warhols – “Sad Vacation” (This Machine)
    10. Dandy Warhols – “We Used To Be Friends” (Welcome to the Monkey House)


    Audiography Episode 036 – “Courtney Taylor-Taylor (of The Dandy Warhols)”
    Written and Produced by Len Comaratta, Alex Young, Michael Roffman, Liz Lane, Adam Kivel, Chris Coplan, Bryant Kitching, and David DiLillo.


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