We'll be spotlighting legendary producer Tom Dowd who's responsible for work from Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles and Otis Redding.
Plus an exciting new feature: The Mint Spotlight, concentrating on session musicians. This week we look at Big Jim Sullivan, guitarist on over 1000 chart hits.
On the Mint Spotlight this week we're looking at the Motown session pianist Earl van Dyke, AKA The Chunk Of Funk.
In the Mint Spotlight is Anne Dudley, founder member of The Art Of Noise and arranger for acts as diverse as Frankie Goes to Hollywood and S Club 7.
On the Mint Spotlight this week we are looking at session drummer Hal Blaine, a member of Phil Spector's wrecking crew, with over 35,000 records to his name.
A journey into the wonderful world of music memorabilia with Marc Riley. In the Spotlight this week is Atlantic session sax man King Curtis who played on tunes by Aretha Franklin.
On the Mint Spotlight this week, we are looking at the session career of the multi talented Ry Cooder, who's appeared on songs by Captain Beefheart and The Rolling Stones.
A journey into the wonderful world of music memorabilia with Session Man Spotlight, the Minternet Chart, Mission Impossible and Rob Hughes' escapades in Tales From The Front Line.
A journey into the wonderful world of music memorabilia with the Session Man Spotlight, the Minternet Chart, Mission Impossible with Mr Joel McIver and Quarrel And Hardy where music guru Peter Hardy answers Mint listeners' Quarrelsome Questions on air.
The Mint Spotlight concentrates on session musicians and this week we look at Deep Purple's Richie Blackmore, who was one of Joe Meek's session guitarists.
The Mint Spotlight concentrates on session musicians. This week we look at Herbie Flowers, arguably the most famous bass player of all time.