June 12th, 2021
On this episode, we review Wolfie Van Halen's first solo album. We talk about what we think of the album and all that. We figure it would be best to put this out while it's still new. Our tracks of the week are Steamhammer's "Junior's Wailing", Filter's "Welcome To The Fold" and we finish with Lee's song, "Walking." Have a great day, everybody. Cheers!
June 8th, 2021
For this episode, we have the pleasure of a guest co-host Tim Wirasnik. We talk about the debut album of a group that had the original guitarist from Motorhead and a lead singer who later was in the group Flogging Molly. Kick back, take some drinks and listen as we talk about a lot of stuff. Our tracks of the week are Accept's "Balls To The Wall", Steely Dan's "Aja" and Yesterday and Today's "Dreams Of Egypt." We finish with Lee's song, "Messing With Me." Cheers, everybody!
#fastway #rock #metal
June 6th, 2021
The Andrew Jacobs Episodes Revisited
On this special episode, we delve into mini-reviews of albums that another fellow had done at one time or another on the podcast. This is like the Andrew Episodes Revisited. Our tracks of the week are Nicholas Greenwood "Melancholy" and Great White "Shot In The Dark." We finish the episode with Lee's song "Cozy And Cool." Take care, everybody. Listen to good music. Yeah
June 4th, 2021
Today, we are joined by a cool guest host, James West, to review the first album by a group with members who might be more well known for other things they did but we turn people on to this project. Is it worth hearing? Listen to the episode and find out! We had fun making the episode. Our tracks of the week are Grand Funk Railroad's "Sin's A Good Man's Brother", Red Dragon Cartel's "Feeder" and Badlands' "Last Time." We close things with Lee's song "Do Stuff Now." As always, have fun, crank up the stereo and listen... to good podcasts!
#jakeElee #badlandsband #rockandroll
May 28th, 2021
Pat Travers - Putting It Straight
On this episode, we review an album by a good guitarist who has some popularity but could have even more. One of us starts the episode as a crab apple and becomes less so during the review. Our tracks of the week are Molly Hatchet’s “Dreams I’ll Never See” and The Ventures’ “Off In The 93rds.” We finish with Lee’s song “Maybe As If.” Have a good one!
May 21st, 2021
Today, we are reviewing an album by a group with a cool vocalist who used to be an actress but her group's music has integrity. Do you want to know what we think about the album? It would be great if you heard the episode. We give various opinions (or at least one of us does). Our tracks of the week are Dennis DeYoung's "With All Due Respect", Fat Mattress' "The Storm" and we finish with Lee's song "Have That Drink." Have some apple pie and ice cream for the heck of it. Heehee. Cheers, everybody!
May 14th, 2021
Tamalpais Exchange - On this episode, we review an obscure album from 1970 that is still somewhat easy to locate. You can hear whether we like it or not. We become very opinionated. Our tracks of the week are Night Ranger’s “You Can Still Rock In America” and Dave Mason’s “To Be Free.” We close with Lee’s song “When The Curtains Are Drawn.” Remember, whatever else is going on in your life, music still has its charms. Cheers!
May 10th, 2021
On this episode, we review the first album by a group starring the lead singer of Pantera, the guitarist of Corrosion Of Conformity, the guitarist of Crowbar, the bassist of Goatwhore and the drummer of Eyehategod. For this episode, we are joined by Metal Mike and James West. We have a lengthy discussion and get into what we think of the music. Our tracks of the week are Beastmaker's "Inside The Skull", Down's "Bury Me In Smoke", Ugly Kid Joe's "Devil's Paradise" and Chilliwack's "Chain Train." We conclude with Lee's song "A Cap, A Shave And Plenty Of Bills." Rock on, everybody!
May 7th, 2021
The Fixx - Reach The Beach
On this episode, we are joined by guest-host Paul Korn to review the second album by the band from London, England. Our songs of the week are Candlebox’ “10,000 Horses”, Lionsault’s “Reckless” and John Illsley’s “High Stakes.” We finish with Lee’s song “Story Plot.” Have fun listening, everybody. Cheers!