It’s time again to go back in time, all the way to 1974. In part 4 of Time Travel Radio series we share some historical tidbits, share pop-culture information, and most importantly – playing some well known and far lesser known releases from 1974. (Spoiler alert: No Black Sabbath!)
Tune in, turn up and tune out the rest of the world.
It’s finally here – the next installment of ‘Time Travel Radio’! Download (or stream) to get your ears serenaded with some kick-butt tunes from 1973 that were ‘hand-picked’ by yours truly. There’s a few staples, some new (to me) tracks, and a few surprises. Hell – there’s even a “bonus track!” A first for TTR.
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BLOCK ONE: Song – Album – Artist Rock and Roll, Hootchie Koo – All American Boy – Rick Derringer Pony Express – Call of the Wild – Amboy Dukes Smokin’ in the Boy’s Room – Yeah! – Brownsville Station Long Train Runnin’ – The Captain and Me – The Doobie Brothers Razamanaz – Razamanaz – Nazareth Dream On – Aerosmith – Aerosmith Let It Ride – Bachman–Turner Overdrive II – Bachman–Turner Overdrive All The Way From Memphis – Mott – Mott the Hoople
BLOCK TWO: Song – Album – Artist Beer Drinkers and Hell Raisers – Tres Hombres – ZZ Top BDB – Billion Dollar Babies – Alice Cooper Rock the Nation – Montrose – Montrose Poison Whiskey – (Pronounced ‘Lĕh-‘nérd ‘Skin-‘nérd) – Lynyrd Skynyrd Turn The Page – Back in ’72 – Bob Seger Sabbath Bloody Sabbath – Sabbath Bloody Sabbath – Black Sabbath Breadfan – Never Turn Your Back on a Friend – Budgie We’re an American Band – We’re an American Band – Grand Funk Railroad
BLOCK THREE: Song – Album – Artist Keep Yourself Alive – Queen – Queen Weeping Widow – Electric Jewels – April Wine The Real Me – Quadrophenia – The Who Band on the Run – Band on the Run – Paul McCartney & Wings Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) – The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle – Bruce Springsteen Rocky Mountain Way – The Smoker You Drink, the Player You Get – Joe Walsh Freedom – Volcanic Rock – Buffalo Stealin’ – Sweet Freedom – Uriah Heep
BLOCK FOUR: Song – Album – Artist Do You Feel Like We Do – Frampton’s Camel – Peter Frampton Woman from Tokyo – Who Do We Think We Are – Deep Purple Radar Love – Moontan – Golden Earring The Song Remains The Same – Houses of the Holy – Led Zeppelin I Can’t Wait Much Longer – Twice Removed from Yesterday – Robin Trower Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) – Goats Head Soup – The Rolling Stones If You Want To Get To Heaven – The Ozark Mountain Daredevils – Ozark Mountain Daredevils The Rocker – Vagabonds of the Western World – Thin Lizzy
Disciples!! Who’s ready to go back to 1972 and check out the groovy tunes that were released that year?! Who among us are interested in historical 1972 tidbits? We all are!
It’s time again for Time Travel Radio! 32 songs, hand-picked by yours truly that will have you feelin’ groovy in no time. You may hear a favorite, you may hear something completely new; either way you’re in for a good time.
Tune in, sit back, and enjoy what 1972 offered us in the world of Rock and Roll.
Block One: Deep Purple / Highway Star / Machine Head Dust / Suicide / Hard Attack Alice Cooper / School’s Out / School’s Out REO Speedwagon / Golden Country / T.W.O. Scorpions / Leave Me / Lonesome Crow Stealers Wheel / Stuck in the Middle with You / Stealers Wheel Daddy Cool / Hi Honey Ho / Sex, Dope, Rock’n’Roll: Teenage Heaven Uriah Heep / Easy Livin’ / Demons & Wizards
Block Two: The Edgar Winter Group / Free Ride / They Only Come Out at Night Emerson, Lake and Palmer / From the Beginning / Trilogy Slade / Mama Weer All Crazee Now / Slayed Warhorse / Back In Time / Red Sea Captain Beyond / I Can’t Feel Nothin’ / Captain Beyond Thin Lizzy / Whiskey in the Jar / Whiskey in the Jar (Single) White Witch / Help Me Lord / White Witch Wishbone Ash / Warrior / Argus
Block Three: Foghat / I Just Want to Make Love to You / Foghat Atomic Rooster / All In Satan’s Name / Made in England David Bowie / Suffragette City / The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars Blue Oyster Cult / Cities on Flame with Rock and Roll / Blue Oyster Cult Joe Walsh / Turn to Stone / Barnstorm The Osmonds / Crazy Horses / Crazy Horses Dave Edmunds / I Hear You Knocking / Rockpile West, Bruce Laing / Why Dontcha / Why Dontcha
Block Four: ZZ Top / Just Got Paid / Rio Grande Mud Argent / Hold Your Head Up / All Together Now Budgie / Whiskey River / Squawk Steely Dan / Do It Again / Can’t Buy a Thrill Elf / Gambler, Gambler / Elf Black Sabbath / Supernaught / Vol. 4 Bread / Mother Freedom / Baby I’m A Want You Mahagony Rush / All in your Mind / Maxoom
In this episode we’ll discuss current events, What’s Nate Been Listening To, independent music from Thermit and Among The Serpents, we’ll discuss some tidbits from the music-related podcast community in the Podcast Roundup, and we’ll wrap the show comparing our list of Anthrax albums from worst-to-best to Loudwire.com’s list.
2 Minute Metal Meltdown:
Each episode we discuss the news, but there’s so much we don’t have time for, so we came up with “2 Minute Metal Meltdown” – we’ll have about two minutes to throw out some news headlines, and if something catches your ear visit www.dotwpod.com for the all of the links to the stories we cover.
Firewind and Ozzy Osbourne Band’s Gus G makes an appearance, as well as Simon Kirke from Bad Company discussing his solo album, Joey Jordison formerly of Slipknot discussing his band VIMIC, Nic Maeder from Gotthard and Rocky from Tygers of Pan Tang.
Failing to Wake were on Episode 148, and the latest episode features Doom Metal local talent Chalice of Suffering. I can’t wait to listen to that one – we’ll be playing some Chalice on a future episode!
Stephen Pearcy is on TM for a short interview, claims that ‘the cancer has been removed’ from Ratt. (Animal Testing joke?) John Bush of Armored Saint and formerly of Anthrax and former Kyuss John Garcia make an appearance in TM 648.
Dave Navarro and Steve Stephens were on recently – Steve only brushing on the subject of working with Ozzy on his next album. Sebastian Bach and Kip Winger were up next, followed by Rik Emmet of Triumph and Kenny Arnoff on the most recent episode.
Mr. Henry Rollins is on the podcast, episode 906. I’ve heard it’s pretty good but I haven’t had a chance to listen yet. Joe’s friend Ari Shafir interviewed Henry on his podcast and Joe said it was a great interview so I am going to dig into that one as well.
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Album: The Sound of White Noise [Extended Edition]
Just noticed that One on One with Mitch Lafon posted an interview with Kirk Hammett today. The episode is only 20+ minutes so that’s not a lot of Kirk time. Curious to hear that one.
Ritual Madness had the guys from Twin Town Tyrant records in for a chat and some tunes – I can’t wait to listen to that episode.
Talking Metal has at least one episode with the former co-host John Ostronomy back in the fold. I haven’t had a chance to catch up with most of my podcasts so I don’t know if he’s back for good, or back for one episode. So if you’re a fan of John, at least catch up with Mark at Talking Metal.
Eddie Trunk had a few great interviews lately – Leslie West, Billy Sheehan, Rick Nielsen from Cheap Trick and a great interview with Glenn Hughes from Deep Purple, Black Country Communion, California Breed, etc. etc.
SONG INTERMISSION (Featured Independent):
Artist: Love N War
from the Album: Up The Annie
the Song is: 6 Feet
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5. San Antonio, Texas based melodic hard rock band KARA AND THE DAM BAND have released their new video for the song “Shepherd” in December and it’s up on YouTube for your viewing pleasure.
Accoriind to Kara and the Dam Band vocalist Kara Stevens, the song “Shepherd” was inspired by her grandmothers passing. She states:
“No one really knows what lies beyond this life, yet the mystery and our faith keeps us in wonder and eager to witness something beautiful and my grandmother was very mush eager to see her shepherd meet her at the gate and call her name. The making of our music video was very important. After all, I wanted to make it very much like death….. Very mysterious….. having that fear of getting old…..but most importantly the rebirth from death into light.”
6. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania based New Wave of Traditional American Heavy Metal band CORNERS OF SANCTUARY have released their new cd “Metal Machine” in Europe via Germany based METALIZER RECORDS and independently on their own throughout the rest of the world.
Metal Machine was recorded at Sanctuary Studios and Mixed at Magic Ears Studios in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by Corners of Sanctuary guitarist Mick Michaels.
The band has also released a new video for the song “Left Scarred” from this release.
7. Veteran New York heavy metal power trio THE RODS have re-recorded the song “Crank It Up” which originally appeared on their 1981 self titled album, as part of the album’s upcoming 35th Anniversary celebration.
David ‘Rock’ Feinstein, cousin of Ronnie James Dio and guitarist/vocalist for The Rods made the following statement:
“”CRANK IT UP”, what more is there to say? It’s kind of been our “motto” since day one. Thirty-five years later, we are still slamming our audiences with great powerful music. It’s amazing to see all the different generations singing along to this classic RODS “Anthem”. Call it “Rock n’ Roll”, or call it “Heavy Metal”, it’s meant to be played loud with a passion, and that’t what we have done for thirty-five years.”
8. Canada, having spawned extreme metal luminaries such as GORGUTS, CRYPTOPSY, BENEATH THE MASSACRE, BEYOND CREATION, and ARCHSPIRE, is once again poised to put brutal technical death metal on the world stage… with emphasis on ‘brutal’!
Enter Ottawa’s DEFORMATORY, who have set out to create a relentlessly extreme and unique sound with their sophomore effort, entitled Malediction. This latest slab of inhuman resonance fuses together classic death metal influences (Cryptopsy, Morbid Angel, Suffocation, etc.) and the band’s love for modern tech death.
Malediction is the first installment in a series of concept albums revolving around Saväel, the creator of Darkness, and the original source of pure evil. In Malediction, the story follows the discovery of the sacred incantation text, his re-awakening, and the subsequent obliteration of the Light, the Heavens, and all remnants of humanity. This is an album that will appeal to the nostalgia of old school death metal, delivered with a modern, dark and technical ferocity.
9. EMP LABEL GROUP, the label founded by Megadeth bassist/co-founder David Ellefson, has signed an exclusive North American distribution deal with EOne Distribution, North America’s leading independent music and video distribution company.
Formed in 2015, EMP has already had Worldwide success with their first release, the debut EP from Phoenix all-female punk group DOLL SKIN, released as a joint venture with Megaforce and Cargo Records(UK), who has already received airplay on hundreds of stations around the World.
Says Ellefson, “We’ve had a great start with the Doll Skin EP, and the amazing partners we had in releasing it, and the reaction, Worldwide has been overwhelming. And what we have built since then is even more exciting. We have a full slate of amazing Rock and Metal releases for 2016, and it’s wonderful to be able to take it to the next level with an extremely committed and powerful partner in eONE.”
10. Power thrash champions SANKTUARY are returning in 2016 with their new album ‘Winters Doom’ to follow up 2013’s widely praised’Something Fierce’. Set to be unleashed on January 22nd, the Yukon warriors of the Canadian North have teamed up withPureGrainAudio.com for the premiere and FREE download of their second single ‘Corpse Blockade’.
Bassist Cole Hume explains the track:
“A Necromancer summons the dead and forms a wall of corpses as his entourage. Moral of the story…don’t fuck with this Necromancer.”
11. Our friends in Green Death are extremely happy to announce that the Ellefson Music Productions – EMP Label Group release of “Manufacturing Evil” will feature guest vocals from legendary death metal frontman, David Vincent on the track “Gates of Hell”!
Green Death’s guitarist and ESP endorsee Erich Tran simply said “dreams do come true” after the official announcement.
The album will be available on April 1st, 2016 wherever music is sold!
12 Montreal Canada’s Frostbite, moving every-forward with their last original member Max Allard, are set to release a new album on February 5th of this year. With experience and fortitude as their guide, 2016 sees this band of five at their creative apex – ready to stake the banner of Progressive Black n’ Roll atop its magnificent summit with their debut full-length effort, entitled ‘Etching Obscurity.’ http://www.frostbitemetal.com/
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FINAL DISCUSSION TOPIC or SEGMENT:
In this episode we discuss current events, what’s Nate been listening to, independent music from Brandon Mohlis from Springfield, Missouri and even more independent music from Deathinition out of Poland – that’s right, we’re up to TWO featured independent bands, we’ll take a look at some podcasts and play some clips in the Podcast Roundup, and then we’ll wrap the show with a little Lemmy discussion, but more importantly we have with us Greg Chilton from the RITUAL MADNESS PODCAST in studio!
Adam Carolla has been off for the past 2 weeks, however he’s been playing a bunch of popular episodes. One of which is an episode with Stone Temple Pilots recorded back when they reformed with Scott Weiland back in the early 2000’s. Scott sounds wasted in this episode by the way. http://adamcarolla.com/stone-temple-pilots/
Also want to note that this coming Friday, January 8th the Ritual Madness Podcast will be having Twin Town Tyrant records on his show – streaming live on this day and with the downloadable podcast to follow if you miss it. I can’t wait to hear this one.
‘One on One with Mitch Lafon‘ podcast.
What’s Nate been listening to?
Notes: KING DIAMOND BITCHES!
Album: Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies
Song: Room 24 (King Diamond guest vocals.)
(Featured Independent #2):
from the Album: Art of Manipulation
the Song is: Priest
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5. In Defence, Minneapolis’ Crossover Thrash specialists, have announced that Ben Crew will be leaving the band.
“The only interesting thing about religion is how many people it’s slaughtered.”
“Religion is stupid anyway. I mean, a virgin gets pregnant by a ghost! You would never get away with that in a divorce court, would you?”
“Apparently people don’t like the truth, but I do like it; I like it because it upsets a lot of people. If you show them enough times that their arguments are bullshit, then maybe just once, one of them will say, ‘Oh! Wait a minute — I was wrong.’ I live for that happening. Rare, I assure you.”
“Fuck god and fuck the devil and fuck the church too. I’m responsible for my actions. I don’t need to hide behind nothing. I did it….what I did.”
“As you go through life’s rich tapestry, you realize that most people you meet aren’t fit to shine your shoes. It’s a sad fact, but it’s true. A good friend is someone who’d hide you if you were on the run for murder. How many of them do you know?”
“I don’t understand people who believe that if you ignore something, it’ll go away. That’s completely wrong — if it’s ignored it gathers strength. Europe ignored Hitler for 20 years. As a result he slaughtered a quarter of the world!”
“I don’t think it’s fair to be waving your dick around when people are minding their own business and might not want to see it.”
“If you didn’t do anything that wasn’t good for you it would be a very dull life. What are you gonna do? Everything that is pleasant in life is dangerous.”
“If you think you’re to old to rock n roll then you are.”
“If you’re going to be a fucking rock star, go be one. People don’t want to see the guy next door on stage; they want to see a being from another planet.”
“People have forgotten that sex is fun. It’s the most fun you can have without laughing. People have forgotten that. It’s all deadly serious. AIDS. You can get gonorrhea from a blowjob. So what? That’s the risk you have to take. If you’re going to have sex, fuckin’ have sex and be happy about it. Don’t be looking over your shoulder all the time. It ruins everything.”
“There was a magazine in England who said I screwed 2,000 women and I didn’t; I said 1,000. When you think about it, it isn’t that unreasonable.”
“People just rip each other to shreds over the years. Nothing kills a relationship like commitment.”
“You know the main thing in life is a sense of humor. Lose that, you’re done. You might as well blow your fucking brains out.”
“I don’t do regrets. Regrets are pointless. It’s too late for regrets. You’ve already done it, haven’t you? You’ve lived your life. No point wishing you could change it.”
“This entire generation seems to have become pussies, you know? Nobody seems to enjoy themselves much anymore.They are all knocking each other down for enjoying themselves.”
“Death is an inevitability, isn’t it? You become more aware of that when you get to my age. I don’t worry about it. I’m ready for it. When I go, I want to go doing what I do best. If I died tomorrow, I couldn’t complain. It’s been good.”
Album: No Parole
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