Friday, January 31, 2020
Seaweed formed in Tacoma, Washington in the late eighties, found success with an indie label (the mighty Sub Pop), then signed with a major (Hollywood) and you can guess the rest.
This episode also includes the second installment of "Dad Rock." This time around BJ and his daughter discuss Let It Be by The Beatles.
Friday, January 24, 2020
Friday, January 17, 2020
Same name, different band.
NIRVANA - PENTECOST HOTEL
NIRVANA - SATELLITE JOCKEY
NEW EDITION - SUNSHINE SATURDAY
OASIS - SMILE FOR THE SUN
KID ROCK - ICE CREAM MAN
THE EAGLES - YOUR ENEMY CAN'T HURT YOU
THE SUPREMES - JUST FOR YOU AND I
PANTERA - I CONFESS
CINDERELLA - FROM TOWN TO TOWN
THE RUNAWAYS - WHERE WE CAME FROM
THE MISFITS - YOU REALLY WANT ME
THE STROKES - WHATCHA GONNA DO
DISTURBED - I DON'T BELIEVE
OFFSPRING - WINDFALL
VELVET UNDERGROUND - SOMEBODY TO LOVE
IRON MAIDEN - FALLING
HEART - LOVEMAKER
THE KNACK - ALWAYS
POISON - GET UP AND MOVE YOUR BODY
PUBLIC ENEMY - NO RESPECT
ANTHRAX - PPB
WARRANT - SATAN
NEW ORDER - ROCK 'N' ROLL SOLDIERS
WAYNE COUNTY AND THE BACKSTREET BOYS - MAX'S KANSAS CITY
LUCKY HILL AND THE ROLLING STONES - I'M WONDERING
GENE SIMMONS - MONEY MONEY MONEY
Friday, January 10, 2020
If you've never heard it before, allow this episode to be your introduction to the great 1982 self-titled album by Single Bullet Theory.
And then at the end of the episode you will find the first in what will be a continuing series of segments we're sarcastically calling "Dad Rock" wherein BJ encourages his 13 year-old daughter to listen to old records and share her thoughts. For this first installment of "Dad Rock" she listened to Revolver by The Beatles.
Thursday, January 2, 2020
In early 1977 a rumor began to circulate about a mysterious record by a band calling itself Klaatu. Who were the anonymous men behind this album? Could it be The Beatles, clandestinely reunited?