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The Story of Rock and Roll: S5E3

January 21, 2022 James Daubeney Season 5 Episode 3
The Story of Rock and Roll Radio Show
The Story of Rock and Roll: S5E3
Show Notes

Episode 3 of Season 5 aired at 19h00 on 20 Jan 2022 on Rebel Rock Radio.  We started with a nice little instrumental before diving into the strange waters of Legend of the Seagullmen and their song ' Rise of the Giant'.  Following that we went back to 1989 and took a track off Badlands, a fantastic album released in 1987 by the band of the same name.   That album was the first CD I ever bought, it is a seriously good album and belongs in every rock fans collection. 

This episode contained a higher percentage of the lesser-known bands than normal, I think it worked out pretty well.  We took a heavy dose of what I would call Classic UK Punk; The Stranglers, Stiff Little Fingers, and Sex Pistols.  It is interesting to reflect on just how things have changed.  In the sanitised world of 2022these songs are even more incendiary than they were in 1977.  Or, am I just getting old? 

The early stuff was covered by Uriah Heep and Jethro Tull, The newer stuff by Ayron Jones and Me and That Man.  The heavy came from Venom and Architects.  We raised the issue of Valiant Swart's fundraiser and efforts to raise some cash so that his wife Lanelle can get treatment for a seriously debilitating condition that will need some support to sort out.  TSORR wishes Valiant well in this effort and supports the initiative.   As usual, we ran out of time just as we really got going and Neil Young closed the show with a track called 'Canerican' of his new album Barn.   


Artists featured:  Bewitcher, Legend of the Seagullmen, Badlands, Devil’s Train, Buckcherry, Alter Bridge, Glenn Hughes, Rhino Bucket, Seether, Nirvana, Volbeat, Thin Lizzy, Uriah Heep, Jethro Tull, Architects, Motörhead, Skid Row, Guns ‘n’ Roses, W.A.S.P. Coheed & Cambria, The Stranglers, Stiff Little Fingers, Sex Pistols, John Mellencamp, Kid Rock, Adrenaline Mob, Five Finger Death Punch, Pirates of Radio, Drowning pool, Ayron Jones. Great White, ACDC, Queensrÿche, Valiant Swart, Me & That Man, Kadavar, Venom, Warrant, Neal Young & Crazy Horse