I like this podcasr. However, Marcâs interrupting guests can be annoying, but in his interview with Sofia Coppola, it was downright intolerable. Marc, listen to this interview and hear for yourself. I stopped counting at 100 interruptions! What happens is the audience starts paying attention to the interruptions and is no longer interested in what the guest have to say.
Marc pairs nicely with your morning coffee and light to moderate amount of sunshine.
Maron's the best. I always forget to listen when I don't know the guest, but those are always the best ones.
Marc Maron is one of my favorite podcasts ! I love that he's so organized, professional, insightful, authentic, and funny! I love that he's becoming more and more positive without losing that twisted and insightful humor that we love. Hearing about his come up in Boston, which is where I'm from, is always fun. He makes my city feel even more magical because he was here struggling too. Anyway, I'm a huge fan Maron ðð . You have a fan for life.
Love this show. It feels like no matter what you are going through in you're own life, Marc has been there in some fashion. And the folks he talks to. Anyway, not sure why it took me so long to review. I guess being in the world we live in today, we need to get our thoughts out there while we still can. I miss Boomer. Tyler
Honestly I didn't listen to every episode, but I was so turned off by his blind pimping of his guest and advertisers. Seems like a lot of insincere fluff. Sell outs make me nauseous, good luck. Not for me
Mark is great at asking provoking questions and getting people to open up. Keep it up Mark
Marc's interviews are a rare chance to take the deep dive necessary to really learn about his guests as well as himself in the meantime. I started only listening to the guests I wanted, now I listen to all and I wouldn't do this for any other podcast
I love this show. Marc is real.
Marc offers so many great interviews and topics that if I don't get that good vibe or find the person interesting, it is them Marc never you, I can easily move on and come back. Bob Zmuda, President Obama, Dana Carvey and others have entertaintained and opened my eyes to the views and perspecitves of others. This includes Marc Maron himself! Thanks to all behind the scenes too!!!!
I tried to listen but just can't . Maron is unbearable. Horrible!
Thank you for reposting the Chris Cornell interview. It was great to hear him in a long conversation. The interview makes me miss him more. Great job!
Wish he posted more than once a week because he is so funny
Love this podcast- thanks Marc!
Start from the beginning.
The best, the original. Conversations, not interviews. Doesn't get better than this podcast.
Marc is able to simultaneously express his personal emotions and focus outward toward the core of his guest.
Marc Maron has a genius for interviewing, inevitably giving guests the opportunity to talk about things that they seem to rarely speak of. Very natural, conversational style which gives plenty of time for real conversation.
Marc is great at getting his guests to relax and open up.
Marc is the master of the art of the conversation. My commutes are so much more enjoyable due to the conversations that Marc has with people.
Marc Maron is an amazing interviewer. I don't always have time to listen to every interview, but I always listen to the intro and the outro. I especially love his mouth trumpet. Boomer Lives!!!
Mark Lanegan?! Maron hits it out of the ballpark once again. Great interview with an a artist who deserves the airtime.
Maron does some great interviews.
If you listen to podcast, this is a must
This insightful and many times outsightful personality speaks continously to the absurdity of life inside and out. His humor and his deep emotional sensitivity has me laughing and many times crying as I am deeply moved at how he connects to so many as he learns more about his subjects, his life and his own ability to overcome the human experience. Sit back and Enjoy!!!
This show has gotten really boring.
Fun yet deep. Always interesting.
No one interviews better than Marc Maron!
This dude is the worst. His comedy was never even good, then he gets a podcast where he can be the most beta male with all these problems,man. Horrible show with a liberal view.
The most endearing and thought provoking frustrations imaginable. Somehow, this is my feel-good podcast.Thanks Marc. Never a dull moment! Happy 800th!
Try nobodylikesonions podcast. It's where Marin got this idea to podcast.
I enjoy his honesty and guest variety.
Mark Maron is an amazing interviewer, asking the right quesions to get his guests to dig a little deeper. His periodic analysis is always spot on. His guests are always interesting. I hope he NEVER stops doing the podcast! I enjoy it immensely.
Just solid, relatable, intelligent talk with a good does of wit. Not much more you can say (or ask for) here.
Maron's interview style too often is: "so then what happened...yeah, yeah...so then what happened...yeah, yeah." Needs to do better research on his guests. He once interviewed Alan Alda, for instance, and had no idea his father, Robert, was himself a well-known actor.Too many ad reads at the beginning too. Fast forward to 15-minute mark
I'm not a huge fan of this format but his interviews are so deep, unique, and memorable.Check these out as well...S-town The Axe files Undisclosed Crime Town Embedded Intercepted The Q&A ( inside baseball for movie aficionados)Pod save america Pod save the world Fresh Airhere's the thing No F'in Ziti On Point NPR politics Spycast On the media And Wait wait don't tell me
Marc has a special gift for mining the depths of the souls across his table. He achieves a comfortable level of intimacy so quickly that his guests often respond with unfiltered honesty. People about whom I've made shallow judgments reveal a tapestry of beauty on his microphone. Marc's insight into the human condition is quite astute, and his observations often poke at the root of the issue. Most of all, I appreciate his personal vulnerability. His struggles as an addict and an artist have given him the ability to not only ask the pertinent questions but to provide a safe place for the answers. Thanks, Marc. Keep up the good work.
Marc is the most conversational interviewer of our time, and he has a knack for getting his guests to reveal themselves to the listeners. I love this podcast.
Thanks for the great podcast! Your deep man! Thanks for that too :)
Marc is funny and articulate and holds interesting conversations with his guests. I learn about life and about people I was previously unfamiliar with and find it comforting and inspiring. Also has excellent sound quality. Highly recommended.
Marc is one of the best interviewers living. Hear your favorite artists talk in long form.
Marc's ability to connect with actors, comedians, creatives, and even a US President is a thing to behold. Every interview finds its rhythm and place of interest, even if it's the last five minutes.
been listening for years!
It's a good one
Some "iffy" episodes that are hard to listen to, mostly related to the the guests. Also, I was a little creeped out by some of his comments to Kristen Wiig; she seemed to cut the interview when Marc went off an inappropriate rant.The Annette Benning episode was a favorite.This is not a comedy act for those who are looking for his other persona. I like that he shows a different side of himself. Marc Maron presents more of a friendly chat format while extracting some history and personal information from his guests 'tho never too personal.And: I like his guitar music. Thanks Marc for presenting and revealing this side of yourself.