Welcome to this week's Friday On The Turntable feature! For those of you that follow my blog on Facebook, you'll recall that each Friday I post a featured record that I'm currently enjoying. To enhance the experience, I've been filming short videos - discussing a brief history of the record, my favorite tracks and what it means to me. The video is embedded below - and don't forget to subscribe to my youtube channel here.
This week's featured discussion is on Iggy Pop - and his debut solo album, The Idiot. Check out the video below where I chat about the album's connection to David Bowie's Berlin trilogy, its production, my favorite tracks, a showing of five other albums released in 1977, and a whole lot more. Be sure to scroll down for the video - and a link to purchase The Idiot - also check out my review for the Bowie In Berlin book that I reference in my video. Please enjoy.