This week on I Fucking Love That Band, we have part three of The Classic Zeppelin Series. Dave and Simon Visco do their best to break down and share their experiences with Led Zeppelin III. Check out Simon’s band, Mojo Stone to hear some Zeppelin influenced rock. Download Podcast Here Stream Podcast Here Download in […]
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The thing about blues-rock is, it’s so easy and comfortable. It resides at a safe and relaxed distance from the sharecropper’s fields and ghetto clubs it emerged from decades ago; the agony and darkness implied by its familiar chord progressions and scales is hardly reflected in the lives of the music’s mostly white, middle-aged, male […]
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Sam Presley III called into the show to talk with Dave about the band that he fucking loves, Rival Sons. Sam runs the Rival Sons fans USA Facebook page. His breadth of knowledge of the band’s history and inner workings has given him a unique perspective to share with us. For an intro to the […]
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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 […]
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Yeah yeah, we’ve had a lot of Allman Brothers stuff on Old School Record Review over the last few months, but when a band has been around for 45 years and is winding down to an end, you have to give them their due respect. Dave got together with Vinnie Armanino to reminisce about their […]
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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 […]
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by Dave Keneston The Allman Brothers Band has undergone many incarnations throughout its 45 year history, but the most famous and influential era has to be the original lineup of Duane Allman, Gregg Allman, Dickey Betts, Berry Oakley, Jai Johanny Johanson (Jaimoe) and Butch Trucks. From early 1969 to Duane’s tragic death on October 29, […]
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