All Episodes


Twas the Pod Before Christmas

Dec. 19, 2020

Twas the week before Christmas, and Leaf, Milt and Dave, are cranking ’75 tunes and will just not behave. The Nights were on Broadway, The Rollers were fun, and a Sweet band of Brits gave us Fox on the Run. So while you guzzle egg nog, we ask you — my God — click on the Time Machine and enjoy this …

1986: When it was Hip to be Square

Nov. 25, 2020

1986: When it was Hip to be Square


1983: For the Love of Lionel

Nov. 12, 2020

Milt and Dave travel back to 1983 where they feel the noise; make a podcast out of nothing at all and ressurect their love of a man named Lionel.


1980: Greatness. Glory. Gophers.

Oct. 16, 2020

MIlt and Dave careen back to 1980, when Irene crooned for Fame, gophers danced to Kenny and that guy from Air Supply never came up for air.


Were '65 Tunes Really That Fab?

Sept. 18, 2020

Milt and Dave cruise back to 1965 for a stunningly awesome top 10 from the week ending September 4, 1965, including the Godfather of Soul, Sonny Bono and his babe; and just maybe a British Invasion.


1975: Talking and Jivin With Dave and Milt

Aug. 21, 2020

The tunes of '75, they pop and they fizz. JT's brilliant voice tells us how sweet it is. The gleam of Glen's spurs just never ends, while a bellicose bands asks: why can't we be friends? The three Aussie brothers look down from the peak, and Milt and Dave are the fools with the factoids unique. Enj…

1975: Talkin' and Jivin' with Dave and Milt

Aug. 21, 2020

1975: Talkin' and Jivin' with Dave and Milt


1982: Never Lonely with Martha Davis of The Motels

July 31, 2020

Milt and Dave's journey back to 1982 takes a dramatic turn as Motels lead singer Martha Davis pays a visit! Hear how Martha and the Motels are still rocking in 2020. Also, a jam-packed top 10 featuring Survivor, Toto, John Cougar, the Human League and Fleetwood Mac. What a week!!


1988: Def Tunes. Sure! Hits. The Rise Of Richard Marxism

July 23, 2020

Don't need nothin' but a good podcast as Milt and Dave travel back to 1988, an age of excess and INXS; rolling with Winwood and the musical abuse of Eric Carmen. And special guest Michael Lewis has a substitution that will surprise.

Guest: Michael Lewis

1980: Have Yacht, Will Rock

July 2, 2020

Milt, Dave and special guest Ed Nathanson sail back to the week ending June 28 1980, when yacht rock ruled, Seger crooned and Sir Paul wailed from abroad. Enjoy MJ, Elton and the dawn of 80s tunes.

Guest: Ed Nathanson

1974: The Funk and the Foolishness

June 16, 2020

Milt and Dave travel back to one of the strangest moments in music history: June 22, 1974


The Rock and Soul of 1966

June 1, 2020

Milt and Dave travel back to 1966 for a remarkable top 10 including Rascals, Supremes, Stones and more. And we welcome legendary DJ Jimmy Fink to the countdown!


1983? Come On!

May 6, 2020

Don't Turn Around. MIlt and Dave are back in town. Alongside special guest Bruce, the boys review an epic week of music, from Toto to Prince to Bowie. Domo Arigato, 1983!


An Epic Trip Back to 1970

April 24, 2020

In one week in 1970, the stars aligned and the Jackson 5; the Beatles; and Simon & Garfunkel never sounded better. Milt and Dave make the trip with special guest Alan Frost.

Guest: Alan Frost
Mini Pods Special Episodes

Stream On: 10 Great Forgotten Music Flicks

April 17, 2020

Is your binge bucket running low on content? Listen as Milt and Dave break down 10 awesome movies about music, many of which you probably haven'gt seen yet.


Might As Well Jump Back To 1984

April 5, 2020

Need someone to Hold You Now? Survive your quarantine by cutting footloose back to the music of 1984 with Dave and Milt.


Stay at Home and Dream of 1976 Tunes

March 27, 2020

Wash your hands of 2020's blight with a musical trip back to the Golden Year of 1976 in Milt and Dave's time machine. Dreams were weaved, Bay City was rolling. Rufus featured Chaka. Please share this pod with a music nut and talk back to us at

1980s Special Episodes

1981: Rush. REO. Rock. A (38) Special Episode

March 20, 2020

More musical nostalgia than you can shake a Styx at, as Milt and Dave journey back to the first all-rock top 10 in 1981.