Jay Graydon Interview
Jay Graydon is an American guitarist, songwriter, producer, arranger and recording engineer well known for writing "After The Love Has Gone", with David Foster and Bill Champlin, which won him a Grammy Award, and his work with Steely Dan, including the guitar solo on the song "Peg", alongside thousands of other credits. Jay has a conversation with Tom about when pop music began to decline in quality, the benefit of autotune on people's singing, why he doesn't rate The Rolling Stones and what he thinks of the term "Yacht Rock".
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