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Both of These Guys Are Not Like the Other

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"You take the hot road and I'll take the cool road and . . . " when you've got a podcast about polar opposites Art Blakey and Warne Marsh you just know some odd stuff is gonna happen. Like finding out that the masterminds behind Steely Dan produced one of Marsh's later efforts, or that Blakey's band was so prolific that Blue Note was releasing sessions years after putting them to tape. Or Pat's theories about Pink Floyd's power struggles and Mike's favorite James Bond themes.

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  • Discussion of Art Blakey's album Live at Cafe Bohemia, Volume One (Blue Note) 5:07
  • Discussion of Art Blakey's album Like Someone in Love (Blue Note) 34:20
  • Discussion of Warne Marsh's album Warne Marsh (Atlantic) 43:55
  • Discussion of Warne Marsh's album Apogee (Warner Bros) 1:04:50
  • Pop Matters: 1:17:50

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