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Roger In The Studio

Roger Glover; photo © Jim Rakete; image courtesy of Kayos ProductionsThe latest episode of In The Studio with Redbeard is completely dedicated to Now what?! A good chunk of the album was played during the one hour show, interspersed with what sounds like a prerecorded elsewhere interview with Roger Glover. This episode appears only online despite the fact that the show is syndicated on many, ahem, classic rock radio stations across North America.

Listen the show on inthestudio.net.

Thanks to Andrey Gusenkov for the info.

10 Comments to “Roger In The Studio”:

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    micke says:


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    Randy says:

    Roger is an engaging communicator. He ought to go on a public speaking circuit.

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    Kidd Purple says:

    cool interview!

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    Chip says:

    This is a nicely put together promotional piece for the new LP. Glad to see this album getting the recognition it deserves. Listening to Out of Hand right now and it is one of a number of brilliant songs from this effort.

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    Mike Eriksson says:

    Fantastic show in every way. Thank you. MIKE

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    Drdp says:

    Love The “Stinking Hippy” He really is the mouthpiece of the band.

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    Maurizio says:

    We wait you : )

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    T says:

    The intelligence of the various members is striking when one considers the humble background from which they come. I do not always agree with their politics, but their comments are eloquent, profound, and entertaining.

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    clive robey says:

    Great piece. A shame that Apres Vouz wasn’t discussed. Bit like Lazy on the Machine Head DVD.

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    MacGregor says:

    I have always wondered why Lazy is omitted from the Machine Head DVD also. Anyone out there know why? Copyright legal reason perhaps, it is a classic & one of the great tracks from that album!

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