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Podcast Episode
Season
Ten
number
488
Type
Album Review
Post Date
5/19/2020

Dig

488 Dig by Dig with Scott Hackwith

Dig

Label
Radioactive
Release year
1993
Producer
Dave Jerden
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We revisit the debut 1993 album by Dig with lead singer and guitarist Scott Hackwith

Author & Special Guests

Thanks to old friend of the show Chip Midnight, when patron Dewey Cole suggested revisiting the 1993 self-titled debut album from Dig, Chip reached out to lead singer and guitarist Scott Hackwith to have him join us to revisit this record. Dewey only came to record recently, so he provides a unique perspective of discovering an album seventeen years after its release. Chip interviewed Scott when the band was just starting out, gigging around the country with frequent stops in Ohio in the early-to-mid 1990s. Scott, who started out as a guitarist in T.S.O.L., learned to be a producer on the spot making the debut album, which led him to work on records by the Ramones, Spiritualized and other, shares stories and insights on album artwork, demo'ing tracks on a four-track machine, making music videos, and working on new Dig music.

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Believe
  • 32:22 - Let Me Know
  • 37:24 - Feet Don't Touch The Ground
  • 1:00:33 - Conversation
  • Outro - Unlucky Friend

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