Mile High Stash Explicit

by Adam Perry

Mile High Stash asks what five albums you'd take to a remote Colorado cabin during a zombie apocalypse, armed with nothing but food, water and a crank-powered Victrola. Oh, and we get to know our guests along the way...

Podcast episodes

  • Season 2

  • Humancentric Workplace Expert Eryc Eyl

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    Humancentric Workplace Expert Eryc Eyl

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    Speaker, DJ, emcee, business consultant and author of the new book on humanity in the workplace, "Stop Engaging Employees," Colorado native Eryc Eyl is the guest this month on Mile High Stash. Eryc's choices for his Mile High Stash: Public Enemy - "It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back" Red House Painters - "Down Colorful Hill" Jeff Buckley - "Sin-é" Meat Beat Manifesto - "Storm the Studio" In the Nursery - "Duality"

  • Jesus Christ Taxi Driver frontman Ian Ehrhart

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    Jesus Christ Taxi Driver frontman Ian Ehrhart

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    Sponsored by the Boulder Roots Music Project, this episode of Mile High Stash features Ian Ehrhart of the Colorado band Jesus Christ Taxi Driver

  • Doug Gaddy of Absolute Vinyl

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    Doug Gaddy of Absolute Vinyl

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    Doug Gaddy and his wife, Annie, own and operate Absolute Vinyl Records & Stereo, which is currently celebrating its 15th year in Boulder County. Doug and I chatted at a Longmont hotel recently for this episode of Mile High Stash, and his five choices were: 1. Herbie Nichols 2. Dmitri Shostakovich 3. Wayne Shorter 4. Jade Warrior 5. Willie Weeks

  • Stephen Perkins of Jane's Addiction and Porno for Pyros

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    Stephen Perkins of Jane's Addiction and Porno for Pyros

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    Stephen Perkins of Jane's Addiction and Porno for Pyros is one of the most influential and acclaimed drummers of the last 30-plus years, and one of my childhood heroes. As Porno for Pyros prepares to begin its combination reunion and farewell tour, Stephen spoke with me while sitting at a drumkit in Los Angeles, for the first episode of season two of Mile High Stash. His five album choices were: The Beatles - "The Beatles" (White Album) Pink Floyd - "The Wall" Led Zeppelin - "Physical Graffiti" The Who - "Tommy" Miles Davis - "Sketches of Spain"

  • Season 1

  • Taylor Sims

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    Taylor Sims

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    Sponsored by the Boulder Roots Music Project and recorded live at Spirit Hound Distillers in Lyons, Colorado, this episode of Mile High Stash features Taylor Sims of the Bonnie and Taylor Sims Band, Everybody Loves an Outlaw and a lot more. Bonnie and Taylor have a new, eponymous album out now. Taylor's choices for his Mile High Stash were: Bob Dylan – “Oh Mercy” Neil Young – “On the Beach” Asleep at the Wheel – “Western Standard Time” Willis Alan Ramsey – “Willis Alan Ramsey” J.D. Crow – “Bluegrass Holiday”