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"
Bluesman Jimy Graham joins Dave on the podcast to play a few tunes and share some classic stories about his lifetime of playing the blues. Download Podcast Here Stream Podcast Here Download in iTunes Stitcher Jimy’s Website- http://jimygrahammusic.com/ Reverbnation- https://www.reverbnation.com/jimygraham Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/jimy.graham Twitter- @jimygrahammusic Jimy’s Blues Lessons on Youtube:Read more "Old School Record Review #50- Jimy Graham"
Get Behind Me Satan The White Stripes V2 Records, 2005 by Noah Kucij Now that the White Stripes’ story has more or less been written, let’s […]Read more "Give The Devils Their Due"
Dave got together with singer-songwiter Andrew James Mirabile to talk about his music, his writing style and a few of his musical heroes. We have some live cuts for you too as Andrew performed three songs live on the podcast. Download Podcast Here Stream Podcast Here Download in iTunes Stitcher Website- http://www.amirabilemusic.com/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/andrewjamestunes Twitter- […]Read more "Old School Record Review #43- Andrew James Mirabile"
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 Old School Record Review, The Sorry Devils Skyped into the show both from Portland, Oregon and an undisclosed location in Montana. Their album Peace in the Valley was the main topic of discussion, but, as usual, there were some fun tangents including The Band, whiskey and battle rapping. Download Podcast Here Stream […]Read more "Old School Record Review #36- The Sorry Devils"
Little Brother Eli Little Brother Eli The Animal Farm 2015 When we last heard from Little Brother Eli, they were launching a Kickstarter campaign to fund their next project. Ultimately, the boys were successful in garnering the support they needed to produce their newest self-titled effort. The three songs on the EP are significantly heavier […]Read more "Who Do You Think Little Brother Eli Is?"
So Delicious The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band Yazoo Record, 2015 The anticipation of a new album from one of my favorite bands can be equal parts elation and dread. Inevitable questions like, “Is it going to be as good as the last one? What if it sucks? Did they change their sound? Will it […]Read more "Country-Blues That’s Finger Lickin’ Good"
This week on Old School Record Review, Tango Alpha Tango Skyped into the podcast to talk about their new live EP, Live From the Crystal Ballroom. It is available worldwide on January 20, 2015. Download Podcast Here Stream Podcast Here Download in iTunes Stitcher Tango Alpha Tango Website- http://www.tangoalphatango.com/ Bandcamp- http://tangoalphatango.bandcamp.com/ iTunes- https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/tango-alpha-tango/id275413354 Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/tangoalphatango […]Read more "Old School Record Review #31- Tango Alpha Tango"
This week on Old School Record Review, Dave got together with Alex Grew and Josh Rigal of Little Brother Eli via Skype to discuss their self-titled EP. You can purchase the album through their website, littlebrothereli.com. The band is currently in the middle of a kickstarter fundraiser for their next project. If you’re into the […]Read more "Old School Record Review #23- Little Brother Eli"
This week on Old School Record Review, Jefferson Grizzard called into the show to talk about his album, Learning How to Lie. With gospel flavors provided by the McCrary singers and a high level backing band of Nashville session musicians, Jefferson has created an album of true roots/blues/Americana music. The album is available through his […]Read more "Old School Record Review #22- Jefferson Grizzard"
Singer songwriter Molly Durnin joins Dave on the podcast to break down a few songs from her album Run and talk a bit about her plans for recording her next album in the fall/winter of 2014. As special treat, we have the first live performances on the podcast as Molly performs “Holy Ground” and “Cheap […]Read more "Old School Record Review Interview Series Ep. #15 Molly Durnin"
Matt Rector makes his first appearance on the podcast to help Dave break down three classic roots/blues songs with a focus on comparing the original versions to the various subsequent covers. First up is “Love in Vain” by Robert Johnson vs. the Rolling Stones rendition. Next is Blind Willie Johnson’s “Dark was the Night, Cold […]Read more "I Fucking Love That Band Ep. #8 Who Done it Best?"
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, […]Read more "Top Ten Favorite “Duane Era” Allman Brothers Band Songs (Part One of Two)"
Dave and Matt Meade got together via Skype to run through the constantly growing and evolving career of Jack White III. The conversation starts with The White Stripes and weaves through his involvement with The Raconteurs, The Dead Weather and his current solo endeavors. No, they didn’t forget about Meg. Matt professes his most intimate […]Read more "I Fucking Love That Band Ep #5 The White Stripes/Jack White III"