Listen: Dan Auerbach Talks with WNYC's 'All of It with Alison Stewart'

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Dan Auerbach was a guest on WNYC's All of It with Alison Stewart, part of the show's week-long series showcasing this year's Grammy nominees ahead of the awards ceremony this Sunday. Auerbach is nominated for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical, for several recordings on his Easy Eye Sound label, including Early James's Singing for My Supper. You can hear their conversation here.

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Dan Auerbach was a guest on WNYC's All of It with Alison Stewart, part of the show's week-long series showcasing this year's Grammy nominees ahead of the awards ceremony this Sunday. Auerbach is nominated for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical, for several recordings on his Easy Eye Sound label, including Early James's Singing for My Supper. You can hear their conversation below.

"I fell in love with recording when I started to dive into the records that I love. I started noticing similarities, where they were recorded, and people like Willie Mitchell and Sam Phillips, who kind of just changed everything. It really got me interested," Auerbach tells Stewart. "I was raised—I had so much music around me all the time—I was listening to Motown, hearing Stax records, listening to my family play bluegrass, hearing bluegrass records. It all started to formulate in my mind, and I was attracted to making sounds."

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    Listen: Dan Auerbach Talks with WNYC's 'All of It with Alison Stewart'
    Laura Partain

    Dan Auerbach was a guest on WNYC's All of It with Alison Stewart, part of the show's week-long series showcasing this year's Grammy nominees ahead of the awards ceremony this Sunday. Auerbach is nominated for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical, for several recordings on his Easy Eye Sound label, including Early James's Singing for My Supper. You can hear their conversation below.

    "I fell in love with recording when I started to dive into the records that I love. I started noticing similarities, where they were recorded, and people like Willie Mitchell and Sam Phillips, who kind of just changed everything. It really got me interested," Auerbach tells Stewart. "I was raised—I had so much music around me all the time—I was listening to Motown, hearing Stax records, listening to my family play bluegrass, hearing bluegrass records. It all started to formulate in my mind, and I was attracted to making sounds."

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