Rare classic rock interviews by Redbeard from the vast In the Studio archive

Alan Parsons Project- I Robot

Rare classic rock interview with the namesake British recording engineer/producer of the Alan Parsons Project, whose 1977 second album in collaboration with composer the late Eric Woolfson was once  again based on a famous literary work, this time the Isaac Asimov science fiction classic "I, Robot".

Ted Nugent- Cat Scratch Forty

Ted Nugent does a colorful TED talk on Cat Scratch Forty!

Monterey Pop Festival -Art Garfunkel

The first great rock festival blossomed fifty years ago June 16-17-18 as the Monterey Pop Festival. One of the performers and Artistic Directors, Art Garfunkel of Simon and Garfunkel, recalls the pioneering event.

John Fogerty- Blue Moon Swamp

John Fogerty talks In the Studio about the Grammy winner Blue Moon Swamp"...

Men At Work- Business as Usual- Colin Hay

Men At Work managed to occupy the peak slot in America for 15 weeks. The songs "Who Can It Be Now?" and "Down Under" followed the Business As Usual debut album from Men At Work to #1 sales for all three in the U.S., something never before done by a rookie band, not even the Beatles.

Cream Reunion London May 2005- Eric Clapton, the late Jack Bruce

One of the most unlikely reunions in rock history wrapped up May 6 2005 when Cream performed the final of four nights at London's Royal Albert Hall.

Jethro Tull- Thick As a Brick 2- Ian Anderson

Ian Anderson In the Studio for the 21st century sequel to Jethro Tull's "Thick As a Brick".

Grand Funk Railroad-Best pt 2-Don Brewer, Mark Farner

Todd Rundgren brought some polish to Grand Funk's freight train in the studio, which also encouraged singing drummer Don Brewer to step up his game with songwriting and step up to the main vocal microphone with the #1 hit title song "We're an American Band".

Steve Perry- Street Talk Solo Best

Predictably, the induction of Journey into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame rekindled several obvious questions once again with loyal fans, among them: why did the much-beloved and enormously successful Eighties line-up of the Bay Area band, fronted by Steve Perry, disband?

Joe Cocker (1972)-Sheffield Steel-Unchain My Heart-Night Calls Anniversaries

No less than four of Joe Cocker's many albums have significant anniversaries: "Joe Cocker (1972)","Sheffield Steel"('82),"Unchain My heart"('87), & "Night Calls" in 1992...

Asia- Carl Palmer, Geoff Downes, the late John Wetton

Asia debut #1 album of 1982, with Carl Palmer,Geoff Downes, the late John Wetton.

Jo Jo Gunne 45th Anniversary- Jay Ferguson

Telling a funny story about Chuck Berry on the forty-fifth anniversary of that first ( and in songwriting, their best ) 1972 album Jo Jo Gunne, Jay Ferguson...

Scorpions- Blackout- Klaus Meine, Rudolph Schenker

Over the decades I've had countless famous musicians claim that rock & roll had become their life ,but only John Kay of Steppenwolf and the members of The Scorpions knew that playing rock music could COST them their lives...

The Babys 40th Anniversary-John Waite, Jonathan Cain

John Waite and Jonathan Cain put on their big boy pants for a frank conversation about The Babys.

Jefferson Airplane- Surrealistic Pillow- Grace Slick,Marty Balin,the late Paul Kantner

To carve in three dimensions the zeitgeist of the Summer of Love in 1967 America, you would have to chisel the Jefferson Airplane's second album Surrealistic Pillow into any Mt. Rushmore of Rock...