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Episode 41! In this episode, we wrap up our hashtag series with part two of #NickeyNotes! We read fan’s emails and messages about Nickey’s many talents and songs. We play the rare “No Deposit, No Return” tune from the CD version of “Fanny Hill”
Episode 40! In this episode, it’s a very special beginning to our hashtag of #NickeyNotes! So special that you will just have to listen to see what we’re talking about! Hint: It’s all about Nickey Barclay!
Episode 39! In this episode, it’s Part 2 of our hashtag #AskAlice! Fanny’s drummer answers fan’s questions as she talks about her drumming on a variety of Fanny tunes. We play the original vocal version of “Rock Bottom Blues” which is a bonus t
Episode 38! In this episode, it’s Part 1 of our hashtag #AskAlice! Fanny’s drummer answers fan’s questions as she talks about her drumming on a variety of Fanny tunes. We play “Seven Roads” from Fanny’s first album, and “A Little While Later” f
Episode 37! In this episode, we continue hashtag #JuneJams with part two of our discussion of June Millington’s songs and guitar playing. We chat about the songs “Bitter Wine” from Fanny’s first album, and “Hey Bulldog” & “Ain’t That Peculiar”
Episode 36! In this episode, we continue to shake things up by continuing our hashtag series. This episode is #JuneJams as we cover Fanny’s guitarist June Millington! We asked June what three songs she wanted to feature and she picked “Place In
Episode 35! In this episode, we’re smokin’ as we return to the hashtag #JeanJeanie to finish up, for now, our look at Jean Millington’s vocals and bass playing on Fanny’s songs.  The songs we chat about this time are “You’re the One” (Charity B
Episode 34! In this episode, we take a small break from our #JeanJeannie episodes and bring you a special podcast covering the most recent showing of the “Fanny: The Right To Rock” documentary at the Los Angeles Orpheum theater. Alice and Krist
Episode 33! In this episode, we take a different approach as we focus on bass player Jean Millington’s songs and vocals. Jean picked out “Cat Fever”, “Place In The Country”, and “Changing Horses” as the songs she’d like to talk about. We’re goi
Episode 32! In this episode, we explore June Millington’s “Thinking of You” and Nickey Barclay’s “A Little While Later” both are from Fanny’s second album “Charity Ball”. Alice also shares a bit more from her journal! Alice, Kristen, and Byron
Episode 31! In this episode, we explore the two songs Fanny recorded with Barbra Streisand for her “Barbra Joan Streisand” album in 1971. We listen to two tracks that Fanny recorded live with Streisand in the studio, “Where You Lead” and “Space
Episode 30! In this episode, which is our final episode focusing on the documentary film “Fanny: The Right To Rock” by Bobbi Jo Hart, we get to listen to Alice and Kristen’s tales of being at the film’s premiere in San Francisco. We also listen
Episode 29! In this episode Alice and Kristen are on the road to the premiere of the Fanny documentary “Fanny: The Right To Rock” so we are doing something a little different for this podcast! Have a listen to see what surprises we have in stor
Episode 28! In this episode we travel back in time to May and June of 1973 when Fanny was on tour in the UK in support of their fourth album “Mothers Pride.” Alice shares some stories of the tour, plus Kristen tells us how her father, Fanny’s m
Episode 27! We celebrate the podcast’s first anniversary with a look back on our first year with reflections from each of Alice, Kristen, and Byron, along with a lot of great Fanny song clips!  If we weren’t able to give you a shout out on our
Episode 26! Kicking off the new documentary “Fanny: The Right To Rock,” we are joined by the film’s director Bobbi Jo Hart as she chats about her inspiration for making the film and her motivations for creating the film in the first place. Plus
Episode 25! Closing out April 2021 with recollections on how Nickey Barclay joined the band. With that, we’ll listen and discuss two of Nickey’s songs in this episode. First up is the rip-roaring rocker from Fanny’s first album, “Changing Horse
In episode 24 we delve deeper into the history of Fanny being signed by producer Richard Perry, and we discuss two great Fanny covers, the rare recording of “Nowhere To Run” and from the first album, “It Takes a Lot of Good Lovin'”.  Alice, Kri
In episode 23 we dive into “Back In My Arms” which is a bonus track on the Real Gone Music CD release of “Mothers Pride” and then we rock ‘n’ roll to Nickey’s “Cat Fever” from the “Charity Ball” album. Along the way, drummer Alice de Buhr share
Episode 22 is a special episode dedicated to June Millington’s socially conscious and touching song “You’ve Got A Home” from “Fanny Hill” as well as we briefly discuss June’s recently disclosed health issue. Alice, Kristen, and Byron are joined
It’s time to shake things up! This time Alice talks about the beginnings of Fanny and the very first recording done with producer Richard Perry. Then we dig into “Come and Hold Me” and “Bitter Wine” both off Fanny’s eponymous album. Pay attenti
It’s Interview Time! This week we have our first interview! Linda Wolf, friend and photographer for the band back in 1969/1970 joins us with some fantastic insights to the early days of Fanny and life at Fanny Hill. We feature Fanny’s version o
It’s Top Secret time! This week we take on some of the rumors and stories surrounding the band and put them to rest once and for all. Plus we chat about songs “Candlelighter Man” and “What Kind of Lover” from Fanny’s first album and “Charity Ba
Switching gears a bit for this episode, we talk about the songs “Regular Guy” and “I’m Satisfied” and how they potentially match up with the upcoming inauguration of our new President and Vice-President. Both songs are from “Mothers Pride” and
Happy New Year from all of us here at the Get Behind Fanny podcast!  The first episode of 2021! We take on the new year with two songs from Fanny’s fourth album, “Mothers Pride.” First up is the blues romp “Polecat Blues” which is driven by Jun
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