In this episode: Today marks the 75th anniversary of the legendary Blue Note Records label. Label president Don Was reflects on Blue Note’s storied history, recording the likes of Joe Henderson, Miles Davis and Thelonious Monk, and also about his own experience as a musician and Grammy-winning producer for artists like Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones.
Plus: Bobby Bare Jr. is a singer, songwriter, guitarist, and the son of Country Music Hall of Famer Bobby Bare Sr. He was also the godson of poet and singer-songwriter Shel Silverstein. He plays some of his alt country, rock and psychedelia-tinged music in the Soundcheck studio.