May 1st, 2022
Rush - Our Top 25 Songs
On this episode, we are joined by Ryan T. Russell and Eric “RMCP” Jordan to talk about our favorite Rush songs. We give personal stories and banter and it’s a fun overall chat. Get in on the fun and listen. We finished with Lee’s song “Taking Advantage Of Me.” Cheers!
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April 29th, 2022
Bon Jovi - Slippery When Wet
On this episode, we review an album that causes one of us to yell in a cranky grumpy way (for some of it). If you want “schooling”, MAYBE this episode is for you (unless you’re a fan of the album). Our tracks of the week are Cinderella’s “ Somebody Save Me” and Bulletboys “Smooth Up In Ya.” We conclude with Lee’s song, “It Seems.” Have fun listening!
April 22nd, 2022
Urban Verbs - On this episode, we review an album by a group which is arguably one of the coolest bands from the early nineteen eighties (and boy do we argue a lot about it!). Our tracks of the week are The Cars’ “All Mixed Up”, Polyrock’s “Love Song” and we close with Lee’s song “(You Decided To) Chase Me.” Enjoy the screaming… um… the review.
April 15th, 2022
Interview with Roy Cathey from The Fifth
We do an interview with the lead singer of a band from North Carolina who can do various styles of music from grunge to hair-band and classic rock and metal. We had a fun time talking to him and you’ll have a fun time listening to the interview. Cheers!
April 8th, 2022
Slash - 4 (with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators) - On this episode, we talk about the new album by another somewhat supergroup. (They are a dime and one of us always like to review them, haha.) Our tracks of the week are Slash (with Ian Astbury) “Ghost”, Graham Parker’s “Nuthins Gonna Pull Us Apart” and we close with Lee’s song “Deep Dive” (which is a parody of another group). Take care and ROCK ON!
April 3rd, 2022
On this episode, we talk about the debut album of a group and we also say things to each other that are not nice. It’s a grumpy episode (for one of us) but we part as friends so… la dee da. Our tracks of the week are Bad Company’s “Youngblood”, Lou Gramm’s “Just Between You And Me” and we close with Lee’s song “Fart Whistle” (co-written with Glen Hansford). Take care and cheers!
April 1st, 2022
Brian Briggs - Combat Zone
On this episode, we review an album by someone you haven’t heard of but you’ve heard his work. (Listen to the review for details) It’s a fun episode where one of us won’t shut up and the other still survives the ordeal. Our tracks of the week are Adam And The Ants’ “Apollo 9” and The Clash’s “Overpowered By Funk.” We close with Lee’s song “Coriander Becomes You.” Take care and enjoy tasty food!
March 25th, 2022
Premiata Forneria Marconi - Chocolate Kings
In this episode, we review an English-sung album by an Italian progressive rock band who has been on Emerson, Lake & Palmer's record label, "Manticore." We also talk about other stuff of interest. You might as well listen and find out. Our tracks of the week are Made In Sweden's "I Don't Care", Yes' "Yours Is No Disgrace" and we finish the episode with Lee's song ""Chiamami Durante Il Martedi Blu." Until next time, stay chilly with your wine cooler or whatever else that quenches your thirst. Cheers!
March 18th, 2022
Marc and Lee Pick Their Top 5 Cover Songs That top the Originals
On this episode, each co-host picks his idea of which cover song is better than the original version and there are five picks each. There is some disagreement among the picks and one host gets a bit annoyed and lets it be known. Entertainment for those who like a bit of shouting and drama.
March 11th, 2022
Nazareth - Exercises
This is a unique album for a band who is mostly known for a certain type of music but who did something different on their second album. What do we think? You can listen and find out. Our tracks of the week are Electric Light Orchestra’s “Telephone Line” and Humble Pie’s “Earth And Water Song.” We close with Lee’s song “The Moon Is A Symphony Meister.” Stay well, everybody. Cheers!