Free Form Rock Podcast

Welcome to the Free Form Rock Podcast, with our hosts, one fellow who has a wider range of musical interests and another fellow who likes to think of himself as a bit more limited and obscure, ha ha. Actually, we are proud of our diversity, as long as it stays within the limits of what is known as rock music, and we invite you to listen to our episodes and become more open-minded about music. Cheers, everybody!

Episode 260-John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers - Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton- Guest Brian Davis

January 15th, 2021

John Mayall's Bluesbreakers - Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton

On this episode, we are joined by the expert blues guy Brian Davis, From the Podcast 'Damn Good Movie Memories"We review the debut album by a group known for having many influential artists running through various line-ups. One of us even mistakenly thinks a certain person is on the album. Our tracks of the week are Stevie Ray Vaughn's "The Sky Is Crying", Robert Johnson's "Rambling On My Mind" and Poco's "And Settling Down." Lee's song of the week is"Meat Me In the Morning"Kick back and enjoy! Cheers!

#ericclapton #blues #johnmayallandthebluesbreakers 

Episode 259- The Paul Butterfield Blues Band-The Paul Butterfield Blues Band-With Guest Brian Davis

January 8th, 2021

The Paul Butterfield Blues Band

Today we review an album that came out years before many of our listeners were born but that should not stop anyone from checking it out. We are accompanied by Brian Davis, the cool blues guy, also from the Podcast "Damn Good Movie Memories" Our tracks of the week are The Paul Butterfield Blues Band's "Born In Chicago", Procol Harum's "Juicy John Pink"  and Big Head Todd and The Monsters' "'Slapping' That B." Lee’s closing song if “Fair Trade Groove.” If you're into the blues, you'll be covered in them on this episode and that's a good thing. Cheers, y'all!

Link to Stream" Horn From the Heart: The Paul Butterfield Story"

https://www.amazon.com/Horn-Heart-Paul-Butterfield-Story/dp/B07VVT8TCQ

 

Episode- 258-Gov’t Mule -Life Before Insanity With Guest Brian Davis

January 1st, 2021

Gov't Mule - Life Before Insanity

On this episode, we are joined by the blues guy Brian Davis From the Podcast "Damn Good Movie Memories": for the review of an album whose career involves a lot of jamming and not only bread and butter (a little pun). Our opinions and counter opinions flow like usual. Our tracks of the week are Gov"t Mule's "Fallen Down", Joe Walsh's "The Confessor" and Jethro Tull's "Locomotive Breath." We finish the show with Lee's song "Smiling Every Day (The False Cure)." Remember, buy good music and keep feeling groovy!

#gov'tMule

Episode 257-Starz-Starz with Guest-Jason Thomas Broadrick from JTB’s Groovy Record Room

December 25th, 2020

Merry Christmas!!!

On this episode, we are accompanied by Jason Thomas Broadrick from JTB's Groovy Record Room, a cool record guy. We review the first album by a band that needs to be heard more. At least we did our part by reviewing. During the episode, we talk about every subject from A to Z, including what toppings to put on pizza. Our tracks of the week are Free’s “Walk In My Shadow”, Granicus’ “You’re In America” and Styx’ “Everything Is Cool” We conclude with Lee’s song “(2nd piece from) Solar Driven Cool Injected.” Remember, there’s plenty of cool music yet to be discovered and it’s waiting eagerly for you to hear it. Cheers!

#starz #classic70's 

Episode 256-Pantera-Far Beyond Driven-With Guest James West

December 22nd, 2020

Pantera - Far Beyond Driven

On this episode, the opinions are definitely mentioned about the seventh studio album by a band who went pretty heavy. We are accompanied by James West and the conversation is interesting. Our tracks of the week are Venom “Black Metal”, 

Death Angel “The Dream Calls For Blood, RelayeR “Life Goes On” and Sabastian Bach “American Metalhead.” Take care everyone. Cheers!

#metal #pantera 

Episode 255 - Camel-Moonmadness

December 18th, 2020

Camel - Moonmadness 

On this episode, we review the fourth album by a band that maybe more people should know about. If you don’t know anything about the group, you can listen to us reminiscing about our partying days. You’ll be entertained. Our tracks of the are Yes’ “I’ve Seen All Good People” and Sandrose’s “Vision.” We close the show with Lee’s track “A Little Bit.” Have fun everyone and all that!
#prog 

Episode 254-Jefferson Starship-Modern Times

December 11th, 2020

Jefferson Starship - Modern Times 

On this episode, we review an album that ought to be familiar to anyone who grew up during the era when MTV played music videos. We also mention Creem magazine. Our tracks of the week are Toto’s “Hold The Line” and Stephen Stills’ “Nothing To Do But Today.” We conclude the episode with Lee’s song “Getting Dressed.” Rock on, everyone... and remember that butter goes good with mashed potatoes.

#jeffersonstarship #classicrock #buymusic #supportyourartists

Episode 253-Robert Wyatt-Rock Bottom

December 4th, 2020

Robert Wyatt - Rock Bottom

On this episode, we review Robert Wyatt’s second solo album. We get into an argument about it with a lot of screaming because our opinions are completely different and it makes one of us blow a gasket. Our tracks of the week are Pink Floyd’s “Run Like Hell” and Rainbow’s “Does Your Head Need Straightening?” We close with Lee’s song “Swedish Homecoming.” Please listen to the whole episode. You’ll be entertained. Cheers! 
#progressiveRock

Episode 252-Fleetwood Mac–Rumours With Guest Marissa BabyGirlStarChild Evans Stone

November 29th, 2020

On this episode we have a guest host, Marissa Baby Girl Star Child Evans Stone, discussing the band’s eleventh studio album. Our tracks of the week are: Dio’s “Rainbow In The Dark”, Huey Lewis and the News’ “Pineapple Express” and James Taylor’s “One Man Parade.” We finish the episode with Lee’s song, “Finally.” Take care everyone. Cheers!

Episode 251-Motörhead-1916-With Guest Edwin Cannistraci-Thanksgiving Special

November 26th, 2020

Thanksgiving Special Y'all 

On this episode, we have a special guest co-host Edwin Cannistraci on our review of an album Motörhead-1916 that is untypical of the band but it’s a welcome change for us. Our tracks of the week are AC/DC’s “Money Shot”, “Am I Evil” by Metallica and Yes’ “Tempus Fugit.” We conclude the episode with Lee’s song “Voice Float.” Cheers, everyone!!

#Motörhead1916

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