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Rock Class Is Back In Session! It’s About Time For Rock and Roll Report Podcast #66!

Well it’s been a long time coming but the Rock and Roll Report podcast is back! That’s right, hold onto your hats because after a few months hiatus I am back with more rock and roll fun than you can shake a stick at. What I have decided to do is take a belated look back at 2009 in two parts which will remind you all of some of the great music played over the last 12 months and for those of you new to the podcast this will serve as an intro to what the podcast is all about. Next week will be part 2 of the 2009 review (and another 25 songs!) before I settle down and revert to my usual 10 song, 45 minute length.

I apologize for being away and I really appreciate all the comments about the podcast and the genuine good wishes (and occasional snarky remarks!) from those of you wanting to hear the podcast again.

As usual you have a wide range of styles from a wider range of bands and artists who are either unsigned or are signed to independent record labels. If you like what you hear please consider supporting these bands in a tangible way by buying their music, going to their shows and buying their merch.

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This is what I played this week:

  1. Rock and Roll Report Podcast Intro by Featured on Fridays
  2. Shake Me by Taddy Porter
  3. Rockstar’s Girlfriend by Pistol Day Parade
  4. Rust Bucket by One Bad Son
  5. Mission To Rock by Cockpit
  6. Sometimes a Girl by Royal Gents
  7. The Grind by 4Lyn
  8. Soul Shine by Pirate Radio Station
  9. Shake It Off by Why
  10. Hate You by Day Minus 7
  11. Everybody Loves You When You’re Dead by Vains of Jenna
  12. Dope, Sex & Money by Love & Opium
  13. Call Me by Daydream On Autopilot
  14. Keep Me From Drinkin’ by Riverboat Gamblers
  15. Melancholy by Knockout Theory
  16. Hey Mom I Got The Bomb by The Shazam
  17. She Sells Smiles by Gee Davey
  18. I’m Bored, Let’s Fight by The Neighborhood Bullys
  19. A Cheaper Kind of Love by Emily and the Orgasm Addicts
  20. Soul On Your Sleeve by The Joys
  21. All My Life by Kingsfall
  22. Universal by The Revisionists
  23. Charged By The Minute by The Respectables
  24. Cling by Krescent 4
  25. Lose Control by Darling
  26. On The Day I Found My Hands by The Brilliant Mistakes
  27. Rock and Roll Report Outro by Featured on Fridays

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Thanks so much for listening. See you next week!

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Rock and Roll Report Podcast #62 – So Glad You Dig Me

cute girl smilingFor those expecting a podcast last week I apologize but as I did Rock and Roll Report Radio on October 12th I just couldn’t get a podcast together in time for release on Wednesday.

On this week’s podcast I turn things on their head a bit and feature what I consider 3 very distinct styles of music in 3 very distinct sets. And I went against my initial impulse to start of the show with the harder stuff to keep things interesting!

I have just finished reading “Rick Rubin: In the Studio” and it is a pretty fascinating book as Rubin’s taste in music know no boundaries. From hip hop to hard rock, metal to Pop, Red Hot Chili Peppers to Johnny Cash, the guy understands that music is about the song and the emotion it conveys. A highly recommended read and a good rule of thumb to go by. Don’t get caught up in genres in niches, focus on the song and let the rest take care of itself which is kind of what I did this week. I love all this songs and at first listen you might find them to be quite different from each other but to me that doesn’t matter. Each song caught my ear and I like each one regardless of whatever genre YOU think they belong in!