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Chris and Tim will provide their commentary about songs that weren’t hits. Each episode examines just one studio album, and they’ll give you their top 3 non hits from that album. Chris has been a huge Rush fan for most of his life, and Tim could say the same about Phish. They’re both motivated to learn more about bands/artists by listening more closely to deeper cuts from albums they’ve either overlooked or are familiar with but dismissed for whatever reason. “This evolved from a music club ...
 
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This one is for our glam rock and techno fans out there. For Your Pleasure was ground breaking and set off a chain reaction that gave us wave after wave of electronic music spanning the last 5 decades. That fails to mention their influence on the British Punk scene that elevated bands like the Clash and the Sex Pistols. It's a Tazmanian devil of mu…
 
This episode is dedicated to the memory of David Crosby, a music legend who pioneered the folk genre and influenced the generations that followed. Almost 54 years ago, he and his bandmates Steven Stills and Graham Nash created harmonics that set the stage for the Eagles, Seals and Croft, Steely Dan, among others. Join us as we pay homage to David's…
 
It's not too late to download this baby. We really did make it, not just try to make it, the only way The Two Dragons of Podcasting would. Sure, we're so far away, but we're home again and it's beautiful. Seriously, it was interesting to learn more about Carole's background, the songwriting collaborations she had with her first husband, Jerry Goffi…
 
주위에 팟캐스트 듣는 사람이 없어이야기 나눌 사람이 없으십니까?외로운 현대인의 지침서 요팟시를 주변 분들께 영업해보세요!여러분이 좋게 된 주옥같은 사연을 뽑아"요팟시 좋게된 Greatest Hits" 채널을 만들었습니다!Par XSFM
 
This episode draws a thread between episode one (Steely Dan's "The Royal Scam" published in May of '76) and the last episode (Jaco Pastorius's Self Titled debut album published in August of '76). On Joni's 8th studio album Hejira (published in March '76), we get the benefit of hearing her incredible songwriting and vocals combined with Larry Carlet…
 
He's considered the Jimmy Hendrix of bassists, according to his peers, including Sting, Flea, Robert Trujillo, and Geddy Lee, just to name a few. He's recorded with Pat Metheny and Joni Mitchell, and served as the primary electric bass player for the band Weather Report after recording this album through 1981. Recorded in 1976, this album is recogn…
 
Our Mojo's rose recording this episode. We hadn't played this album much since high school and college, and it brought back a lot of memories. We rediscover the songs being in 2 camps: the blues songs and the "cocktail hour songs" that we loved. Certain songs like "Love Her Madly" and "Riders on the Storm" weren't well received by their long time p…
 
주위에 팟캐스트 듣는 사람이 없어이야기 나눌 사람이 없으십니까?외로운 현대인의 지침서 요팟시를 주변 분들께 영업해보세요!여러분이 좋게 된 주옥같은 사연을 뽑아"요팟시 좋게된 Greatest Hits" 채널을 만들었습니다!Par XSFM
 
주위에 팟캐스트 듣는 사람이 없어이야기 나눌 사람이 없으십니까?외로운 현대인의 지침서 요팟시를 주변 분들께 영업해보세요!여러분이 좋게 된 주옥같은 사연을 뽑아"요팟시 좋게된 Greatest Hits" 채널을 만들었습니다!Par XSFM
 
주위에 팟캐스트 듣는 사람이 없어이야기 나눌 사람이 없으십니까?외로운 현대인의 지침서 요팟시를 주변 분들께 영업해보세요!여러분이 좋게 된 주옥같은 사연을 뽑아"요팟시 좋게된 Greatest Hits" 채널을 만들었습니다!Par XSFM
 
Brace yourself for the jungle of emotion that still reverberates through this touching classic of an album from 1975. Few albums embrace and even lean into emotions we experience through difficult times in our lives the way this album did and still does. If you layer that brilliance on top of an all star lineup of studio musicians, you get one hell…
 
Referred to as the "Third Leg" of the unholy trinity(the others being Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath), Deep Purple cemented itself as a founding father of metal with this 1970 studio album. As always, we had fun with sound clips derived from "This is Spinal Tap", a movie that seems to parody Deep Purple more than most metal bands of the time. This …
 
Before we look ahead to our season two, we couldn't leave the '70's without an Aerosmith episode. It just wouldn't be right. They're America's rock band, considering many of Steven Tyler's likenesses to Mick Jagger among many other things. Critics and fans alike agree this album ranks at or near the top of their list. It also ranks in the top half …
 
The celebration of rock and roll in all its glory! Made up and ready to serve HOT with Flames and shit! Seriously, this is a celebration of machismo, loud music, youth, sex and rock and roll. Kiss may not have wanted to expand the boundaries of music, but they loved having a good time, and it reflected in this album. From Shout it out Loud to Detro…
 
This episode celebrates perhaps the most influential Heavy Metal album ever. You can hear the passion in their instruments, and how they're influenced by such rock icons as Jimmy Hendrix , The Doors, Led Zeppelin and yet hear how they've influenced later bands like Van Halen, Pantera, and Deep Purple. The coolest thing about this album is its anti …
 
We pay our respects to the Piano Man. Despite the fact that neither Tim nor I are into Billy Joel, we do admire his story and ascent into Music Royalty. We also are intrigued with where his career is at when he makes this album. We get somewhat into his past with Elizabeth, Jon Smalls, his managers, etc... and how he survives it all with style, gra…
 
You may remember such hits like "Take the Long Way Home", "The Logical Song", and others from their Grammy award winning 1979 album Breakfast in America. This album was recorded in September of 1974 and contained hits like "Bloody Well Right" and "Dreamer". We think it's even more important than the Grammy winner because it saves their career, whic…
 
Yes, it's the first album with "Sultans of Swing". We felt this 1978 debut was a good transition from JJ Cale's Troubadour ('76), and before that Eric Clapton's 461 Ocean Boulevard ('74). The music is remarkable, beautiful and clever. So much that, given their Scottish Heritage, we had to weave in a lot of Groundskeeper Willie soundbytes just to ev…
 
This guy is a legend. He wrote Cocaine, After midnight, and a few others performed by famous 70's artists not named Eric Clapton. If you've never heard this album, you should. You can hear a little Clapton, Zeppelin, Smashing Pumpkins, Jimmy Buffet, Dire Straits, the list goes on. His musical depth is vast, and he plays with horn sections, harps, a…
 
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