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One-man-band and internet funk breakout star Marc Rebillet joins Jake to talk creative work in the pandemic era, the pleasures and pains of social media, and of course, the greatness of Miles Davis.Catch all of Jake's After Party conversations live at twitch.tv/DisgracelandTalksSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
When it came to music, Miles Davis wasn’t about no safe, tired yesterday bullsh*t. After kicking his heroin addiction, he traded bespoke suits for fringe jackets and spearheaded an experimental blur of jazz and rock, eclipsing his contemporaries with a complete reinvention of himself. But the second act of Miles’ life came fraught with failures and new fixes, including a wrecked Lambo, two broken legs, and a mountain of coke and pills so massive that Miles almost never made it down the other side.This episode contains themes that may be disturbing to some listeners and includes descriptions of domestic violence.To hear all episodes of Disgraceland for free, visit amazon.com/disgraceland. Show notes are available at disgracelandpod.com. Follow us @disgracelandpod on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for music news, bonus episodes, and more.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
The Strokes are headlining Boston Calling on May 28th, so this week Albert Hammond Jr himself joins Jake for a wide-ranging conversation about the finer things in life, 20 years in the music stratosphere, maturing as an artist and a person, and Albert's many passion projects.The Boston Calling festival runs May 27-29 at the Harvard Athletic Complex. Visit bostoncalling.com for more info.Special thanks to Chris Langley from 44 Communications.Catch all of Jake's interviews LIVE on Twitch at https://twitch.tv/disgracelandtalksSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Miles Davis is jazz’s first and only rock star, with the rap sheet to prove it. He did enough cocaine to run down the entirety of 52nd street, and pimped out women when performing wasn’t paying the bills. At one point, his heroin habit was so public that clubs who had once welcomed his brilliant bebop instead froze him out completely. When he wasn’t vying to keep his rightful spot in jazz’s upper echelon, he was doing time at Rikers Island or dodging racist cops on the prowl for any junkie they could find. Miles Davis invented cool, but nearly destroyed himself in the process.This episode contains themes that may be disturbing to some listeners and includes descriptions of domestic violence.This is Part One of a two-part Disgraceland Episode on Miles Davis. To hear all episodes of Disgraceland for free, visit amazon.com/disgraceland. Show notes are available at disgracelandpod.com. Follow us @disgracelandpod on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for music news, bonus episodes, and more.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Jake tells the origins of the pod, picks his fav artists and episodes, and breaks down the evolution of all things Disgraceland with Double Elvis' editorial director Zeth Lundy. We couldn't have gotten here without you Disgos, Rocka Rolla!Join the After Party live by following Disgraceland on Twitch at http://twitch.tv/DisgracelandTalksSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
The loss of emo-rap trailblazer Juice WRLD is one of the most sudden, tragic, and graphic celebrity deaths in recent memory. His adolescence experimenting with bold beats, prescription pills, and lean set him up to become Gen Z’s new spokesperson. His music helped hit the reset button on popular music, transforming a once-bubbly genre into an all-consuming wormhole of depression, tension, and heartache. But his music earned more than just a global audience — it also drew the attention of the FBI, a force that was very present during Juice WRLD’s final days.To hear all episodes of Disgraceland for free, visit amazon.com/disgraceland. Show notes are available at disgracelandpod.com. Follow us @disgracelandpod on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for music news, bonus episodes, and more.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Deranged stalkers, heroin hounds, and the leering eyes of the FBI; find out who’s visiting Disgraceland this winter in the Season 9 trailer of Disgraceland. The newest season of the award-winning music and true crime podcast launches January 11, 2022.Check out the first 8 seasons of Disgraceland, only on Amazon Music.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Get back to Season 8 of Disgraceland with one of our favorite episodes from that season featuring one of the most beloved musicians of all time.Despite his reputation as “the safe Beatle,” Paul McCartney was a badass. He took wild artistic risks, rubbed elbows with truly dangerous characters and because of his crimes, did hard time in one of the world’s most notorious prisons. His public spats with Beatles bandmate John Lennon are the stuff of legend, as is the “Paul is dead” conspiracy at the end of their time together as a band, but the truth may be even stranger.To hear all episodes of Disgraceland for free, visit amazon.com/disgraceland. Show notes are available at disgracelandpod.com. Follow us @disgracelandpod on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for music news, bonus episodes, and more.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
This is where it all started: the very first episode of Disgraceland. Check out this killer debut episode and then dive into the archive where you'll find many more insane stories of music, murder, and mayhem.The night before Jerry Lee Lewis’ fifth wife died, she made a phone call to her mother. She told her that she was thinking of leaving the rock ‘n’ roll pioneer, but that he wouldn’t let her. She also made a second call—this one to the sister of her high school sweetheart, making plans for the sister to come take her away from Jerry Lee later that month. Then … in mid-sentence the phone went dead. The next day, Mrs. Jerry Lee Lewis was found dead. Placed nearly on top of a perfectly made bed in the newlywed couple’s guest room. Despite the bruises on her body, the blood under her fingernails, the scratches on her husband’s hands, and the mountain of other physical and anecdotal evidence, the death was ruled an accident. Did Jerry Lee Lewis kill his wife and get away with murder?To hear all episodes of Disgraceland for free, visit amazon.com/disgraceland. Show notes are available at disgracelandpod.com. Follow us @disgracelandpod on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for music news, bonus episodes, and more.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Introducing the true crime podcast Badlands— a show that dives deep into the real stories of the famous at their most infamous. Each season, host Jake Brennan, explores the real life crimes and scandalous careers of the world’s most popular cultural figures. In an all new season, he tells the stories of A-listers whose misdeeds and career lows are as unbelievable as some of their films’ plot twists—like the story of Sharon Tate, who was caught up in a strange scene long before members of the Manson family came along. Or the story of how Judy Garland’s lifelong addiction to pills sent her over the rainbow much too soon. And the story about how Winona Ryder was connected to a child kidnapping case in her hometown. These and many more.For all that and more, listen to Badlands. Get new episodes every Wednesday wherever you get your podcasts, or binge all of season four right now only on Amazon Music.Listen here: wondery.fm/D_BadlandsS4See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
This is a bonus episode of Disgraceland. To hear this week's episode, for free, visit amazon.com/disgraceland.Want to know where Disgraceland is? Literally? Figuratively? Then listen to this. From the where to listen to the award-winning music and true crime podcast called Disgraceland to the where it all began, down the road a piece from the King’s home, Elvis Presley’s Graceland in Memphis to the home of the Killer, Jerry Lee Lewis’ home in Nesbit, Mississippi that the locals called “Disgraceland”. Don’t miss out on this special episode and don’t miss out on all of the upcoming Disgraceland episodes in Season 7 and beyond. And for those looking to binge through six additional seasons in the archives, we’ve got you covered. Find out how to not miss any Disgraceland content, and check out some of the most exciting clips from our first three years.To hear all episodes of Disgraceland, for free, visit amazon.com/disgraceland. Show notes are available at disgracelandpod.com. Follow us @disgracelandpod on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for music news, bonus episodes, and more.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Comments (419)

Thomas Maggs

Amazon?? umm no thanks. thanks for letting us know where the episodes have gone. it was fun whilst it lasted.

Apr 5th
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Michael Gilmore

where are all the past episodes I know there was more than this, I was listening to this podcast a few years ago

Mar 30th
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Brian Lee

This guy needs a content editor

Mar 16th
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Brian Lee

This guy needs a content editor

Mar 16th
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Christian Robards

the tapping in the background is fucking awful

Jan 15th
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drora gibson

can we expect part 2 sometime soon? all these part 1 episodes are of putting and it is a pity.

Dec 10th
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Agnils

There seem to be a lot of episodes missing? Are they deleted? Moved? Can someone please tell me?

Jul 15th
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JML

great stories but this guys delivery is so bad the show is unlistenable.

May 21st
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Bianca Scott

.... where did all my favourite episodes go from the early seasons?! I've been a long time listener, came back to enjoy some classics - and nearly everything has been scrubbed clean... this a good way to alienate your audience sadly. Was in the mood for you Mr. Jake, but now I guess I'll be moving onto another podcast to fill the void while I game 🤷🏽‍♀️ too bad, I felt this was something special in the beginning, but now I'm honestly not so sure.

May 16th
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Setareh Afrasiabi

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Jan 25th
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Lavender Pixie

Can't believe he got a cop to help him snatch the body! Crazy story.

Jan 16th
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Lorie Taylor

do you know what bonus means? All he does is replay clips from shit we already heard, nothing new. Sad really.

Dec 30th
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Allison Rose

if I ever hear anyone use the word "decadence" again... 🤬😡🤯😤 I just can't. Unsubscribing.

Dec 28th
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The Everyday Bombshell

just in case anyone is feeling sad for Yolanda because she had "issues" please understand they were not mental. she had a personality disorder and an identity crisis. all things that are easily controllable. she was never suicidal. if she had ever been suicidal she would have killed herself after killing Selena. sorry but those are facts. if you are so suicidal you're going to pull out of them and kill yourself because your best friend and the woman you admire no longer likes you why wouldn't you be suicidal after you killed her? I call b*******. Yolanda was a narcissist and identity disorder she should have been talented as beautiful as loved as Selena but instead of using her own gifts to achieve admiration she chose to wrap on the mantle of somebody else's and that makes her a LOSER... not mentally ill

Dec 4th
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The Everyday Bombshell

Of all the ppl Texas happily puts to death, all they did was in prison this crazy witch. They should have just let the fans handle her. No sympathy, mo mercy for this criminal pos.

Dec 4th
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Nick Penland

such a great podcast, always a good listen.

Nov 29th
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Brittney Welsh

ayeee i have amazon woohoo

Nov 25th
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Johnny Utah

WTF was that?

Oct 29th
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Yasmine C

robbing graves?! sounds like a winner.

Oct 27th
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Jonas Grumbie

I made alot of money selling lsd to deadheads at Laguna Seca. Fun times.

Oct 22nd
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