I Love That Record



Jon Beckmann and Eric Jorgensen talk about the records they love and why they love them. From pop-punk, to classic rock, to jazz (and everything in between), Jon and Eric leave no stone unturned in their quest to talk about all of their favorite albums.


  • 011 – Limbeck’s Hi, Everything’s Great


    The global pandemic is still a thing, so Eric decided to get real crazy and record another episode of I Love That Record, this time covering Limbeck’s 2003 alt-country/indie rock/whatever classic Hi, Everything’s Great. Kyle Lindsay joined Eric again this episode to bring his unique perspective as the former member of a touring band, and […]

  • 010 – Saves the Day’s Stay What You Are


    It’s been two years since the last episode, and there’s a global pandemic on, so what better time than to bring this podcast back and share another favorite album? In this episode, special guest Kyle Lindsay, formerly of the band Camera Can’t Lie, joins Eric to talk about Save the Day’s 2001 career-defining masterpiece Stay […]

  • 009 – Bear’s Den’s Islands

    14/03/2018 Duración: 01h04min

    How could Jon and Eric possibly top their last episode when they discussed 2014’s Strange Desire? By analyzing another fantastic 2014 release, of course!  This episode, they talk about UK band Bear’s Den’s folk-pop record, Islands. Close your eyes, grab your banjo, and get ready to sing along! Album Details Band: Bear’s Den Year Released: 2014 Label: Communion Records Producer: Ian […]

  • 008 – Bleachers’ Strange Desire

    20/12/2017 Duración: 52min

    It’s a Christmas miracle! Jon and Eric are back to celebrate the holiday season with a record that is decidedly un-Christmasy. This episode, they talk about Jack Antonoff’s Bleachers’ album Strange Desire. As Eric (and probably others) put it, it’s Jack’s love letter to the John Hughes movies of the 1980’s. Synths, electronic drums, and […]

  • 007 – Nickel Creek’s A Dotted Line

    17/11/2017 Duración: 48min

    What better way to start your weekend than by listening to episode two of our two part Nickel Creek spectacular? In this episode, we talk about the (for now) last record that the band has released: A Dotted Line. Album Details Album: A Dotted Line Band: Nickel Creek Year Released: 2014 Label: Nonesuch Records Producer: Eric Valentine Wikipedia Description: A Dotted […]

  • 006 – Nickel Creek’s Why Should the Fire Die?

    05/09/2017 Duración: 59min

    A lot has happened in our lives since we posted our last episode (though you’ll have to listen to hear what’s new!). We decided to come back in style with a double-episode spectacular celebrating one of our favorite bands — Nickel Creek! In episode one of two parts, we discuss what we think is the […]

  • 005 – New Found Glory’s Sticks and Stones

    22/05/2017 Duración: 53min

    This episode, Jon and Eric are joined by their pal David Bartels to talk about his pick: Sticks and Stones by pop-punk elder statesmen New Found Glory. Follow along as they share tales of heartbreak, mosh pits, and buying CDs at Best Buy and FYE. And spoiler alert: all three guys picked the same song as their least […]

  • 004 – Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours

    27/04/2017 Duración: 45min

    It’s been too long since the release of our last episode, so we’re trying to make it up for it with this one. We talk about Fleetwood Mac’s seminal 1977 album Rumours. Odds are, you’ve heard at least half of its songs, but you may not know much about the record’s backstory or the interesting personal dynamics between band members […]

  • 003 – Ben Rector’s Brand New

    24/03/2017 Duración: 42min

    Happy Thursday! Jon and I are back this week with another barn-burner! This episode, we talk about Ben Rector’s uplifting, positive 2015 release Brand New. Spoiler alert: Eric loves the record (and Jon does too, of course). Album Details Album: Brand New Band: Ben Rector Year Released: 2015 Label: Aptly Named Recordings Producer: Ben Rector, Ed Cash, Cason Cooley, Chad Copelin, […]

  • 002 – Everything in Transit by Jack’s Mannequin

    09/03/2017 Duración: 38min

    After a huge first episode, Jon and Eric are back again trying to top it with another episode of I Love That Record. This time around, they discuss Everything in Transit, the seminal release from Andrew McMahon under his Jack’s Mannequin moniker. 11 years after the release of the album, a lot has changed in the world, but some things haven’t: Eric […]

  • 001 – The Everglow by Mae

    03/03/2017 Duración: 28min

    In the very first episode of I Love That Record, Jon and I discuss The Everglow, a classic album by the band Mae. Listen as we talk about the memories we associate with the album, including seeing ex-girlfriends and their mothers while buying it as well as being woken up in the middle of the night by the sound […]