#428 - Neil Strauss - Tom Cridland Podcast



Neil Strauss reflects on his friendship with the late Chuck Berry and his book, The Game, a chronicle of his journey and encounters in the seduction community. Neil also talks to Tom about his favourite songs: The Beach Boys - "God Only Knows", Harry Nilsson - "One", Leonard Cohen - "Famous Blue Raincoat", Louis Armstrong, - "St James Infirmary, Johnny Cash - "Father & Son”, Cesária Évora - “Petit Pays”, The Louvin Brothers - "Knoxville Girl", The Beatles - "The Long and Winding Road", The Kinks - "Waterloo Sunset", The Rolling Stones - "Wild Horses”, Crosby, Stills & Nash - “Our House", The Beatles - "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", Lefty Frizzell - "Long Black Veil", Chris Bell - "I Am the Cosmos", Sam Cooke - "Chain Gang", Lucinda Williams - "Drunken Angel", Vanilla Fudge - "Keep Me Hanging On", Soul Clan - "That's How It Feels", Marmalade - "Reflections of My Life", Gram Parsons/Emmylou Harris - “Love Hurts” and Bob Marley - “Redemption Song”.

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