Greatest Music of All Time is a podcast and video interview series celebrating the best music in the world across all genres. It comprises exclusive, candid conversations with artists who have written, recorded and performed music that has made a significant and lasting cultural impact.
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Previous episodes features Sir Cliff Richard, The Zombies and Level 42.
Sir Cliff Richard has had a No.1 hit in 5 consecutive decades and has recorded over 2 weeks of continuous music. He is the 3rd biggest selling artist of all time after The Beatles and Elvis Presley. Tom visited him at his home where they spoke about the sad state of the modern music industry, why he doesn’t get recognised in America, and why John Lennon thought he was cool.. Watch this interview here.
Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone of the iconic British psychedelic pop group The Zombies talk to Tom about how they’ve been able to keep singing as high as ever, the heart-breaking period that followed ‘Time of the Season’, why vinyl is the only product that sells nowadays, and how they started performing as an acoustic duo by mistake. Watch this interview here.
Tom visited Mark King, Level 42’s lead singer and bassist at his home where they discussed his father’s elusive drum talents, which band member always wins at go-karting, why his neighbours dreaded Thursday afternoons when he was a kid, and his bandmates selling his drum kit and vinyl collection in Austria. Watch this interview here.