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John Mellencamp- Big Daddy 35th Anniversary 6-17

John Mellencamp joins me In the Studio for an unfiltered conversation about the songs “Pop Singer”, the despairing “Jackie Brown”, the Reagan Era pithy “Country Gentleman”, and the terrific B-side cover of “Seventh Son” all to mark the thirty-fifth anniversary of 1989’s “Big Daddy” next Monday.

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John Mellencamp- Pink Houses- Dallas 10-91

Here is John Mellencamp’s live acoustic performance of  “Pink Houses” on my Dallas/ Ft.Worth Q102 radio show 10-1-91. Don’t miss the fortieth anniversary interview about “Uh Huh” with John Mellempcamp here In the Studio next week starting 11/13.

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John Mellencamp- The Lonesome Jubilee 35th anniversary

He had already influenced the sound of Pop music earlier in the Eighties by moving drummer Kenny Aronoff up front in the mix on the #1 hit “Jack and Diane” and “Hurt So Good”, and with his ninth album “The Lonesome Jubilee” in August 1987, John Mellencamp not only influenced Pop and Rock but infiltrated the citadel sound of Nashville as well. Almost instantly, acts as diverse as Paul Simon and The Talking Heads took notice. John Mellencamp is my guest In the Studio.

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John Mellencamp- Paper in Fire- 12-91 rehearsal

What a great band, live off the garage floor- literally- no overdubs, samples, tricks. This is the way you do it, folks, recorded at rehearsal in John Mellencamp’s garage in the snow-covered hills of Central Indiana just before Christmas 1991 . Now light ’em up.- Redbeard

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John Mellencamp- Check It Out- garage rehearsal 12-91

As we approach the anniversary of the uber-influential release of John Mellencamp’s The Lonesome Jubilee album, you are invited to “check it out” at rehearsal literally in Mellencamp’s garage in rural Indiana just before Christmas 1991. In the Studio exclusive.

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John Mellencamp- Seventh Son- Chess Studio, Chicago 5-’89

John Mellencamp and his wonderfully talented band left his garage in Central Indiana back in early May 1989 and headed north by northwest to  legendary Chicago Chess Studio and cut this live version of the Willie Dixon song made famous by Johnny Rivers , “Seventh Son”, straight off the studio floor, no overdubs. –Redbeard

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John Mellencamp- Jack and Diane 12-91 garage

Just a few days prior to Christmas 1991, John Mellencamp was rehearsing his band in his garage, literally, in the snow-covered hills of Central Indiana, in preparation for their upcoming 1992 tour. I was invited to interview him and record the band in rehearsal , thus this performance of “Jack and Diane” is absolutely live, no overdubs. In memory of accordion/keyboard player John Cascella.-Redbeard

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John Mellencamp- Whenever We Wanted

By the time John Mellencamp released October 1991’s “Whenever We Wanted” , containing the hits “Get a Leg Up” and “Again Tonight”, his record-making not only made him one of the Eighties’ most popular singer/ songwriters, he had already influenced the sound of his peers…twice. John Mellencamp is my guest In the Studio.

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John Mellencamp- Get a Leg Up- garage 12-91

Before arenas and stadiums, even the most popular bands in history started in someone’s garage, carport, or basement. Some of today’s biggest Hall of Famers, such as John Mellencamp and his excellent band, still rehearse there, as I found out one snowy Christmas season in 1991. “Get a Leg Up” comes straight off the garage floor, no overdubs.