Matos writes, “It focuses on Joe Stone, the son of Henry Stone, who ran a succession of Miami R&B imprints (most notably the disco label T.K. Records) and recorded everyone from James Brown to KC & the Sunshine Band and beyond. The first three minutes of “Stone” amount to an homage to Goodfellas: Ever since he was a kid, surrounded by the R&B royalty his father recorded and piles of barbecue and drugs, Joe always wanted to be a record man, and the episode follows his journey. A key moment comes when he accidentally joins the crew on a B.B. King session.”
The review continues on to make more great observations about the pod and the episode and you should check it out and read the whole article.
Nice writing Matos. And thanks once again to Matthew Billy and The Goat Rodeo crew for doing such a great job!!!
And if you haven’t heard the episode yet, click the link and thank me later.
From 1946 to 2014, Henry Stone ruled the Florida music industry with an iron fist, a brick of cash, and a warehouse full of vinyl. HSM is the last of over one hundred record labels he personally founded. The HSM record label includes works from every decade in his sixty-five year career right up until today. Licensing available for film, samples, advertising, movies, video games, and more. Family owned and operated.