Some excerpts of Barry Cleveland's interview with John for the Guitar Player magazine, November 2006 issue, will be a part of this week's episode of The Guitar Show.
After positive feedback they have received when they aired a segment of it in February, the author and producers of The Guitar Show have decided to air another segment of Barry Cleveland's 2006 interview with John in their program; and they'll be doing so this week - tonight, tomorrow and on Saturday! Once again, it's the real deal, not super-polished stuff you find in magazines. It's how it really was.
This is how the staff of The Guitar Show presented it:
In this week's Writer's Archive segment, we'll hear an excerpt from a 2006 interview with Red Hot Chili Peppers' John Frusciante conducted by Barry Cleveland, Associate Editor at Guitar Player magazine. Cleveland's interview coincided with the release of the Chili Peppers' Stadium Arcadium double album. In this excerpt, Frusciante describes recording "Death of a Martian" and "Warlocks" — two songs on Stadium Arcadium — and explains how he was influenced by the way funkmaster George Clinton would mix the early Parliment/Funkadelic albums.
The Guitar Show airs at 11:00pm EST / 10:00pm CST on 107.1FM WRFN Radio Free Nashville and on the web; as well as each Friday, on at 10:00pm CST and each Saturday night, we're on at 8:00pm CST on Dewberry Jam Community Radio. For counting when is this aired in your time zone, use the World Clock.
Just like it was last time, the interview segment will be streamable from Monday on. Just go to theguitarshow.com, click on the Interviews button and select it. There are also many interviews with other guitarists, from various spheres of the music world.
UPDATE: The mp3 file of the interview excerpt is now available for everyone to listen.
Many thanks to John Haring, the show's producer, for letting Invisible Movement readers know about this.
You might also want to check out
The whole interview from Guitar Player, November 2006
Scanned pages of the cover and magazine pages
Archived audio interviews, some of them with transcripts
Another segment of this interview aired in February