August 13th, 2022
Richie Kotzen-Into The Black
On this episode, we have a guest-host Sonny Pooni From the Growin' Up Rock and Podcast Rock City (all Kiss podcast). We review a solo album by a guitarist who is more known for the groups in which he played than his solo work. Our tracks of the week are, Eclipse “Never Look Back”, Bad Company “Heartbeat” and Journey “Let It Rain.” Take care everyone and rock on!
August 12th, 2022
Mott the Hoople - Wildlife
In this episode, we review an album that is not typical for the group. Whether we like it or not… listen and find out. Our tracks of the week are Projector’s “Hell In My Head”, Quatermass’ “Up On The Ground” and we close with Lee’s song “Why Did You Say That?” Listen and be entertained.
August 5th, 2022
The Rolling Stones - Beggar's Banquet
In this episode, we review a classic album that should be checked into more. We also get into a yelling match and argue with each other. It's a heated episode but it ought to be entertaining for people who like that type of stuff. Our tracks of the week are Jody Grind's cover of The Rolling Stones' "Paint It Black", Aerosmith's "Critical Mass" and we close with Lee's song "Tight Lady." Enjoy!
July 31st, 2022
Dio - The Last In Line
In this episode, we review the second album from a singer many people feel is the greatest singer in all of heavy metal. What do we think of the album? We tell you. Our tracks of the week are Head Over Heels’ “Road Runner”, Dorothy’s “Raise Hell”, and we close with Lee’s song “Kom Sammen (Get Together).” Happy listening, folks!
#DIO #RonnieJamesDio #TheLastInLine #Metal
July 29th, 2022
Sutherland Brothers - Lifeboat
In this episode, we review an album by a duo who used the backing back Quiver. A member of Pink Floyd's touring band was a member of Quiver and was on this album, also. Rod Stewart covered a song from this album. Hear what we think of the album, the group, and Rod Stewart's cover. Our tracks of the week are Little Feat's "Takin' My Time", The Band's "The Weight" and we close with Lee's song "Chicken à la King ." Until next time, cheers!
July 21st, 2022
Live - Throwing Cooper
In this episode, we review the best-known album by a group that is ordinarily lesser-known and not often reviewed. We also talk about the weather and other stuff. Our tracks of the week are Sarofeen and Smoke's "It's Love" and R.E.M.'s "Drive." We close with Lee's song "Improvisation No. 3." Have fun. Cheers!
July 15th, 2022
Steve Miller - Sailor
In this episode, we review an early album by a guy whose music changed somewhat as his career progressed. You’ll hear what we think of his progression as well as other subjects. Our tracks of the week are A-Ha’s “Stay On These Roads” and Michael Chapman’s “Soulful Lady.” We finish with Lee’s song “9th Experimental Piece.” Keep on rocking. Cheers! #stevemillerband
July 7th, 2022
Reef - Replenish
On this episode, we are graced with the presence of Jason Thomas Broadrick, better known as JTB from JTBs Groovy Record Room, as our special guest co-host as we review an album that causes a stir among everyone involved. An opinion is an opinion and a yell is a yell. Listen and be amused. Our tracks of the week are The Rolling Stones' "Rocks Off', "Jethro Tull's "My Sunday Feeling" and Reef's "Weird." The Lee Track of the Week is "Fantasie 8" Cheers, everybody!
July 2nd, 2022
Van Halen - 1984
In this episode, we are happy to have our friend James West as co-host to review an album that impressed many people when it came out. We give our opinions and differences of opinions throughout the episode. Our tracks of the week are KISS' "God Of Thunder", Bedlam's "Believe In You" and Lucifer's "Midnight Phantom." We hope you are entertained by this episode. Cheers!
#vanhalen #EVH #DavidLeeRoth #EddieVanHalen #AlexVanhalen #MichaelAnthony #americaspodcast #americanband
July 1st, 2022
In this episode, we review an album by a band that ought to be more well-known and has some classic-sounding rock songs but a modern edge. Our tracks of the week are Big Brother and the Holding Company’s “Intruder”, The Pretenders’ “Tattooed Love Boys” and we close with Lee’s song “A Tiny Mistake.” It’s a good episode and you ought to listen to it. Cheers!