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The Story of Rock and Roll: S2E3

January 17, 2020 Season 2 Episode 3
The Story of Rock and Roll Radio Show
The Story of Rock and Roll: S2E3
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The Story of Rock and Roll: S2E3
Jan 17, 2020 Season 2 Episode 3
James Daubeney

Season 2 Episode 3 went out live at midnight 17 Jan 2020.  The show started with a bit of The Offspring before the traditional Dr Who start-up theme that signals arrival of The Story of Rock and Roll Radio Show.  That was just a bit of fun to keep you on your toes, otherwise, it was pretty much a textbook show.  One thing I suggest you do when you listen to the show is Google the lyrics, it’s fascinating to see how good they are on so many of these songs.  In the old days you had the lyrics on the album cover, probably why the generation growing up through the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s know all the words to everything,  but actually we are better off now where you can get lyrics for everything while you listen.   

The show kicked off with The Sweet’s Teenage Rampage and then straight into the mighty Judas Priest.  It would have been remiss of me not to call out the Rock and Roll Hall of Fiasco for their latest travesty of justice so that was done pretty much straight away.  Motley Crue restarted again halfway through the song but you won’t really notice because I clipped it out for your listening pleasure.  I do however speak about it, so in the words of one of my high school teachers, “And boys that is why”.  I don’t normally edit the show but no-one wants to hear a song twice in a row with so much other good stuff to get to.  The highlight for me was the brutality of Sepultura into the smooth perfection of Gary Moore with Still Got the Blues.  It made me realize Gary Moore and Rory Gallagher would have been the most amazing twin guitar combo ever.  There were so many good moments on this show, ‘(White Man ) In Hammersmith Palais’ from The Clash, ‘California Uber Alles’ from ‘The Dead Kennedy’s’ as well as ‘Man in the Box’ featuring some great guitar work from Jerry Cantrell.  These were just a few that spring to mind, the whole thing is good.  Finally let’s not forget the sheer, power, aggression and rawness of Fokofpolisiekar in their hey-day with ‘Angs Aanval’ was sublime.  And then, of course, we did need to pay our respects to the amazing Neil Peart, drummer and lyricist for Canada’s greatest band Rush.  Neil sadly passed away on 7 January and we played Spirit of Radio to say cheers, RIP Mr. Neil Peart.   

Artists featured included:  Pink Floyd, W.A.S.P, The Clash, Fokofpolisiekar, Stone Sour, Bush, The Sweet, Ozzy Osbourne, Judas Priest, Mötley Crüe, Black Sabbath, UFO, Sepultura, Neil Young, Tesla, Def Leppard, Motörhead, ACDC, The Defiants, Marilyn Manson, Alice in Chains, Gary Moore, Desolation Angels, Rush, The Dead Kennedy’s, Nazareth.  

 

Show Notes

Season 2 Episode 3 went out live at midnight 17 Jan 2020.  The show started with a bit of The Offspring before the traditional Dr Who start-up theme that signals arrival of The Story of Rock and Roll Radio Show.  That was just a bit of fun to keep you on your toes, otherwise, it was pretty much a textbook show.  One thing I suggest you do when you listen to the show is Google the lyrics, it’s fascinating to see how good they are on so many of these songs.  In the old days you had the lyrics on the album cover, probably why the generation growing up through the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s know all the words to everything,  but actually we are better off now where you can get lyrics for everything while you listen.   

The show kicked off with The Sweet’s Teenage Rampage and then straight into the mighty Judas Priest.  It would have been remiss of me not to call out the Rock and Roll Hall of Fiasco for their latest travesty of justice so that was done pretty much straight away.  Motley Crue restarted again halfway through the song but you won’t really notice because I clipped it out for your listening pleasure.  I do however speak about it, so in the words of one of my high school teachers, “And boys that is why”.  I don’t normally edit the show but no-one wants to hear a song twice in a row with so much other good stuff to get to.  The highlight for me was the brutality of Sepultura into the smooth perfection of Gary Moore with Still Got the Blues.  It made me realize Gary Moore and Rory Gallagher would have been the most amazing twin guitar combo ever.  There were so many good moments on this show, ‘(White Man ) In Hammersmith Palais’ from The Clash, ‘California Uber Alles’ from ‘The Dead Kennedy’s’ as well as ‘Man in the Box’ featuring some great guitar work from Jerry Cantrell.  These were just a few that spring to mind, the whole thing is good.  Finally let’s not forget the sheer, power, aggression and rawness of Fokofpolisiekar in their hey-day with ‘Angs Aanval’ was sublime.  And then, of course, we did need to pay our respects to the amazing Neil Peart, drummer and lyricist for Canada’s greatest band Rush.  Neil sadly passed away on 7 January and we played Spirit of Radio to say cheers, RIP Mr. Neil Peart.   

Artists featured included:  Pink Floyd, W.A.S.P, The Clash, Fokofpolisiekar, Stone Sour, Bush, The Sweet, Ozzy Osbourne, Judas Priest, Mötley Crüe, Black Sabbath, UFO, Sepultura, Neil Young, Tesla, Def Leppard, Motörhead, ACDC, The Defiants, Marilyn Manson, Alice in Chains, Gary Moore, Desolation Angels, Rush, The Dead Kennedy’s, Nazareth.  

 

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