On this episode of I Fucking Love That Band, Dave breaks down one of the most controversial blues albums of all time: Muddy Waters’ Electric Mud. Download Podcast Here Stream Podcast Here Download in iTunes StitcherRead more "I Fucking Love That Band #29- Muddy Waters: Electric Mud"
This week on Old School Record Review, Ian Harris of Andromeda Sun Skyped into the show from Portland, Oregon to talk about the band’s self-titled EP and their upcoming full length album. Download Podcast Here Stream Podcast Here Download in iTunes Stitcher Andromeda Sun Bandcamp- https://andromedasun.bandcamp.com/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/AndromedaSunMusic Twitter- @AndromedaSun_ Instagram- @andromedasunofficialRead more "Old School Record Review #37- Andromeda Sun"
This week on I Fucking Love That Band, Alan McClaren is back on the show to talk about The Doors with Dave. Love them or hate them, there’s no denying the cultural impact of Jim Morrison and The Doors. Download Podcast Here Stream Podcast Here Download in iTunes StitcherRead more "I Fucking Love That Band #22- The Doors"
This week on Old School Record Review, Benny Zanfagna of Red Tail Hawk called into the show to discuss the band’s EP, Magnetic Malaise. The boys went deep on this one, delving into plant allies, proper word use, the nature of consciousness and, of course, several tracks from the record. Magnetic Malaise is available through […]Read more "Old School Record Review #25- Red Tail Hawk"
This week on I Fucking Love That Band, Dave reviews Axis: Bold as Love by The Jimi Hendrix Experience. One of the greatest psychedelic rock albums of all time, Axis was a masterpiece of songwriting and production. After nearly fifty years, the album still stands as a unique and surreal adventure in rock music. Download […]Read more "I Fucking Love That Band Ep. #17- The Jimi Hendrix Experience Axis: Bold as Love"
This week on the Classic Crowes series is the final episode, where Dave breaks down The Black Crowes 1996 album, Three Snakes and One Charm. The Black Crowes fourth album marked a return of the choir and a blend of influences that would characterize the future catalog of the band. This is the one that […]Read more "I Fucking Love That Band Ep. #15- Classic Crowes (Part 4 of 4)"
This week is part three of the Classic Crowes series on I Fucking Love That Band. The Black Crowes released Amorica in 1994, two years after The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion. This album represented an expanding musical palette for the Crowes as they experimented with new sounds, styles and instruments. Check back next week […]Read more "I Fucking Love That Band Ep. #14- Classic Crowes (Part 3 of 4)"
Vinnie Armanino is back to join Dave on the podcast and this week they shared their journeys as deadheads. Vinnie was one of the original deadheads, having enjoyed the band’s music since the late 1960s. Dave only had the chance to see one Grateful Dead show, which happened to be on the final tour in […]Read more "I Fucking Love That Band Ep. #11 The Grateful Dead"
Great Western Valkyrie by Dave Keneston The inferno of passion emanating from Jay Buchanan’s vocal chords and Scott Holiday’s guitar is evident within the first seconds of “Electric Man” from Rival Sons’ new release, Great Western Valkyrie. This is rock n’ roll the way it was meant to be played. It’s what The Black Keys […]Read more "Rock is Not Dead: Not if Rival Sons Have Their Say"
The reggae/rock/jam kings Funktional Flow joined Dave on the podcast via skype to discuss their creative inspirations and breakdown a bit of their songwriting process. These four musicians have adeptly amalgamated their influences to concoct a cocktail of strutting grooves and psychedelic jams destined to get you on the dance floor, enjoying a silvery safari […]Read more "Old School Record Review Interview Series Ep. #12 Funktional Flow"