This is part 1 of a two part episode on the record label Ernest Jenning Record Company. The label’s founder, Pete D’Angelo, stopped by with a few beers and we spent a couple of hours talking about music and how the label works. In this episode, we cover some of label’s latest releases, older favorites, and King Khan’s Khannibalism imprint.
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