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Robert on Nakedly Examined Music?

I'm guessing that folks here would like to hear Robert discuss his recent and not-so-recent creative endeavors at length, which is exactly what happens on the Nakedly Examined Music podcast (www.nakedlyexaminedmusic.com), where we take three recordings of the artist's choice and then go through them meticulously, talking about the lyrics, arrangements, stories behind the songs... whatever the particular artist wants to emphasize.

Past guests have included Nik Kershaw, Bill Bruford (Yes, King Crimson), Steve Hackett (Genesis), David Lowery (Cracker, Camper van Beethoven), Kevin Godley (10cc, Godley & Creme), Andy Powell (Wishbone Ash), Clive Farrington (When In Rome), Jill Sobule, and many others. If someone can get word to Bob of this opportunity, I'd love to hear from him at mark@nakedlyexaminedmusic.com.

Thanks, and apologies if this is the wrong way to try to get this message to him.

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    • I think Robert's recent solo albums constitute his best work, and similarly, Nik has about four post-2000 albums that are really very strong even though he peaked commercially in 1988. (These interviews work, though, even if I only have two albums to draw on... I just put up a very interesting one with a poet/archivist/NYC tour guide guy named Kim Rancourt that's mostly focused on one recent album he did with members of Blue Oyster Cult, Sonic Youth, and Captain Beefheart. Also, "When in Rome" is a band that only ever made one album, though Clive has done a few projects since then.) But, yes, some of these guys have 25+ albums to draw on, some much less, and Robert's catalog would be a nice, fat one to wrestle with, though it helps that I've been listening to him since the release of Chicago 16 when I was 11.

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