The Greatest Thing You've Never Heard is a like a book club for your next favorite record. Each episode is an in-depth examination of a single album that's worthy of greater recognition. Our co-hosts, Ben and John, spend a full episode discussing an album and then often use a follow-up episode to interview the band that recorded it.
On this episode of The Greatest Thing You've Never Heard, Ben and John return to the 36th album covered by the show (the lone, 1971 self-titled album by Britsh prog masters Fuzzy Duck) to sit down with the band's two surviving members, drummer Paul Francis and keyboardist Roy Sharland. The pair expound on a lifetime's worth of music history, recording in the famed Olympic Studios, the realities of the music industry, and Fuzzy Duck's unique legacy.
Season 2, Episode 24, Album 36
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