October 22nd, 2021
The Jerry Hahn Brotherhood
On this episode, we mention a certain review we received recently and talk about a group who only made one album (even though at least two of the members worked in other musical projects). Our tracks of the week are Free’s “The Stealer”, The Sons’ “Well Done” and we finish with Lee’s song “Stupid Ass Socks.” Well, let’s hope you at least wear clean shoes. Cheers, y’all!
October 15th, 2021
Hot Poop - Does Their Own Stuff
On this episode, we review an album that many of you would probably not think about getting but you might be surprised if you heard it. Our tracks of the week are Wild Man Fischer's "The Taster" and The B-52"s "Quiche Lorraine." We conclude with Lee's song "Just What Counts." Party hearty and cheers!
October 8th, 2021
Keller Williams and The String Cheese Incident - Breathe
On this episode, we review a collaborative effort by an artist and group who ought to be heard more. We give our opinions and also have the usual amount of playful banter. It's a good episode to hear. Our tracks of the week are Supertramp's "School" and The Byrds' "Why." Lee's song, which concludes the episode, is "Street Ba-Ba-Ba-Ba Song Number Two." Take care, happy listening and all that good stuff.
October 1st, 2021
Keef Hartley Band - Halfbreed
On this episode, we review an album from a guy who was a part of the British blues scene and his music ought to be discovered by people who have yet to know about him. We also talk about other various subjects of note. Listen to the episode to find out what we say, Our tracks of the week are Stevie Ray Vaughan's "Couldn't Stand The Weather", Linn County's "Monkey Man" and we finish with Lee's song "A Stronger Mess." Keep rocking and cheers!
September 26th, 2021
Iron Maiden - Senjutsu
Crossover Episode with The Metal Dungeon Podcast.
On this episode, we are joined by Eric “RMCP” Jordon, Edwin Cannistraci and Steven Kersh. We have a fun time talking about the album. It’s an episode worth hearing. Our tracks of the week are: Iron Maiden’s “Running Free”, Nick Perri and the Underground’s “Thieves”, The Pink Fairies’ “The Snake”, Cream’s “Tales Of Brave Ulysses” and Judas Priests’ “Traitors Gate.” We conclude with Lee’s song, “Attack The Snack.” Take care everyone. Cheers!
September 15th, 2021
Slayer - Repentless (special episode for James West)
In honor of a friend of ours recovering from a medical situation, we review an album from one of his favorite groups. We are joined by Eric "RMCP" Jordan. We had a fun time talking about the album and a lot of jokes were flowing around. Our tracks of the week are Van Halen's "Girl Gone Bad", ABBA's "Hey Hey Helen" and Tony Bennett's "Tender Is The Night." We close with Lee's song "Flying By." We wish you well, James. Cheers, friend!
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September 10th, 2021
Kansas - Point Of Know Return
On this episode, we talk about the fifth studio album by a group we have opinions on. As to what those opinions are, they vary depending on the person giving the opinion. But, it's an entertaining episode with the usual amount of goofy banter we provide. Our tracks of the week are Wally's :"Sunday Walking Lady" and Styx' "Lord Of The Rings." We conclude with Lee's song "Shakes." Cheers, everyone.
September 8th, 2021
The Rolling Stones - Tattoo You (with a tribute to Charlie Watts)
On this episode, we pay respect to Charlie Watts by reviewing an album in which he played on. We are accompanied by guest host Edwin Canistracci. Our tracks of the week are The Beach Boys' "Getting Hungry", The Animals' "Dimples" and Jefferson Airplane's "Let Me In." We conclude with Lee's song "To Spank." Kick back and listen to a cool conversation. Cheers, everyone.
#charliewatts #rollingstones #classicalbum
September 5th, 2021
Jimmy Page &The Black Crowes - Live At The Greek
On this episode, we are joined by Tim Wirasnik and we review an album by a band and a musician for the first episode of what might be considered the start of a series of reviews of live albums. Our tracks of the week are Montrose's "Bad Motor Scooter", Motorhead's "The Chase Is Better Than The Catch" and Rival Sons' "Lucky Girl." Stay cool and have fun. Cheers! Plus can't leave without hearing a Lee Gerstmann original "It Seems"
September 3rd, 2021
We review an album that is worth hearing and we suggest you listen to the album and find out for yourself. Our tracks of the week are Lou Gramm’s “Lost In The Shadows” and Bad Company’s “Fade Away.” We then conclude with Lee’s song “Whatever You Wanted.”#lougramm #Rock #obscure