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A non expert discussion of songs by 2 friends and former bandmates and various guests.

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United States

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A non expert discussion of songs by 2 friends and former bandmates and various guests.

Language:

English


Episodes
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Iron Sky/New Shoe, Old Sole

7/16/2024
Twitter: @podgaverock Insta: @podgaverock Special Guest Hosts: Mike Frieman Paolo Nutini “Iron Sky" from the 2014 album "Caustic Love" released on Atlantic. Written by Paolo Nutini and Dave Nelson and produced by Paolo Nutini and Dani Castelar. Personel: Cover: Performed by Josh Bond and Neal Marsh Intro Music: "Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton. Other Artists Mentioned: Stax Isaac Hayes Otis Redding Sam and Dave Amy Winehouse The Dap Tones Chris Stapleton Check in the Dark “The Game’ Leighton Meister Mike Frieman “Hindsight” Ultimate Classic Rock.com The Band “The Weight” The Band “The Night they Drove Old Dixie Down” The Marshall Tucker Band “Heard It In A Love Song” Little Feat “Willin” The Byrds “You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere” Bob Dylan The Allman Brother Band “Midnight Rider” Lynyrd Skynyrd The Band “Up on Cripple Creek” Creedence Clearwater Revival The Band “Music From the Big Pink” The Eagles “Take It Easy” The Eagles “Desperado” Neil Young “Harvest” Little Feat “Dixie Chicken” The Marshall Tucker Band ‘Can’t You See” Dawes “A Little Bit of Everything” Paolo Nutini “Better Man” Paolo Nutini “The Iron Sky EP” Paolo Nutini ‘Let Me Down Easy” James Brown Marvin Gaye “Inner City Blues” Bon Iver “33 GOD” REM “Man on the Moon” Richie Havens ‘Freedom” U2 “Sunday, Bloody Sunday” Bob Marley The Redwalls Michael Kiwanuka Joe Cocker Sam Cooke Stevie Wonder Chris Robinson Pink Floyd “Dark Side of the Moon” Portishead Citizen Cope “Hurrican Water” Citizen Cope “Sideways” Muz The Voice Mo Jamil Mo Adeneran isabella Kemp

Duration:00:53:04

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Fun Size/The Joker

7/9/2024
Twitter: @podgaverock Insta: @podgaverock Special Guest Hosts: Mike Frieman Steve Miller Band “The Joker" from the 1973 album "The Joker" released on Capital Records. Written by Eddie Curtis, Ahmet Ertugan, and Steve Miller and produced by Steve Miller. Personel: Cover: Performed by Josh Bond and Neal Marsh Intro Music: "Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton.

Duration:00:08:22

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The Joker/The Altered Beast of CD Books

7/2/2024
Twitter: @podgaverock Insta: @podgaverock Special Guest Hosts: Mike Frieman Steve Miller Band “The Joker" from the 1973 album "The Joker" released on Capital Records. Written by Eddie Curtis, Ahmet Ertugan, and Steve Miller and produced by Steve Miller. Personel: Cover: Performed by Josh Bond and Neal Marsh Intro Music: "Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton. Other Artists Mentioned: The Rolling Stones “Crossfire Hurricane” The Rolling Stones “Gimmer Shelter” Pink Floyd “Another Brick in the Wall Pt 2” The Rolling Stones “Can’t You Hear Me Knockin’” AC/DC “Shook Me All Night Long” Stevie Nicks Fleetwood Mac “Landslide” Neal Young “Old Man” Fleetwood Mac “Silver Springs” Taylor Swift Fleetwood Mac “Dreams” Bob Dylan “Meet Me in the Morning” Paul Simon “Mea and Julio Down By the Schoolyard” Paul Simon “50 Ways to Leave Your Lover” Paul Simon “Slip Slidin’ Away” Paul Simon “Still Crazy After All These Years” Mungo Jerry “In the Summertime” The Loving Spoonful “Summer in the City” Will Smith “Summertime” James Taylor “Gorilla” James Taylor “Mexico” The Byrds The Turtles Mamas and Papas Steve Miller Band “Greatest Hits” Journey “Greatest Hits” Chicago “Greatest Hits” Steve Miller Band “Swing Town” Altered Beast Gene Wilder Charlie and the Chocolate Factory David Bowie Marc Maron “WTF” The Grateful Dead The Allman Brothers Band Phish Dazed and Confused Aerosmith Wolfgang Jack’s Midnight Special The Beach Boys The Eagles Dan Healy Steve Miller Band “Serenade” Barry White The Clovers “Lovey Dovey” Shaggy The Mask Deee-lite “Groove is in the Heart” Van Morrison “Brown Eyed Girl” Les Paul T Bone Walker’ The Eagles Joe Walsh Bob Seger Eddie Money Kenny Rogers “The Gambler” The Beatles Screaming Jay Hawkins “Little Red Rooster” Howlin Wolf “Little Red Rooster” Curtis Mayfield “Pusher Man” Richard Linklater John Mayer Journey Def Leppard Quiet Riot Everclear Life is Beautiful Verne Troyer Puddle of Pudd Fatboy Slim KD Lang “Drag” Shaggy “Angel”

Duration:00:53:19

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Fun Size/Man on the Moon

6/25/2024
Twitter: @podgaverock Insta: @podgaverock Special Guest Hosts: Mike Frieman REM “Man on the Moon" from the 1992 album "Automatic for the People" released on Warner Brothers. Written by Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills, and Michael Stipe and produced by Scott Litt and REM. Personel: Cover: Performed by Josh Bond and Neal Marsh Intro Music: "Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton.

Duration:00:08:23

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Man On the Moon/You Gotta Win By Two

6/18/2024
Twitter: @podgaverock Insta: @podgaverock Special Guest Hosts: Mike Frieman REM “Man on the Moon" from the 1992 album "Automatic for the People" released on Warner Brothers. Written by Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills, and Michael Stipe and produced by Scott Litt and REM. Personel: Cover: Performed by Josh Bond and Neal Marsh Intro Music: "Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton. Other Artists Mentioned: LCD Soundsystem Kings of Leon The National War on Drugs Sturgill Simpson Chris Stapleton The Black Keys James Taylor Tedeschi Trucks Band The Avett Brothers Dawes The Doors Jim Morrison Eric Clapton Band of Horses Kings of Leon Pearl Jam Stone Temple Pilots Nirvana Blink-182 The Offspring Green Day “American Idiot” Green Day “Dookie” Green Day “Nimrod” Paul McCartney Prince Stevie Wonder “Superstition” The Killers Susto Forrest Gump REM “Monster” REM “Drive” REM “Everybody Hurts” The Beach Boys “ God Only Knows” Kurt Cobain VICE REM “Losing My Religion” Mick Jagger REM “The End of the World” Death Cab for Cutie The Replacements Nirvana “Pennyroyal Tea” Nirvana “In Utero” Toy Story Village People REM “Nightswimming” War on Drugs Lord Huron Dire Straits “Romeo and Juliet” Lou Reed David Bowie Counting Crowes Crash Test Dummies Live “Lightning Crashes” Choir Choir Choir Eddie Vedder The Courtineers Bob Zmuda Andy Kaufman Tony Clifton

Duration:00:54:41

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Greatest Hits Vol 2

6/11/2024
Twitter: @podgaverock Insta: @podgaverock 1 Wilco 1999 “Via Chicago” from Summerteeth released on Reprise. Written by Jeff Tweedy. Produced by Wilco. Cover: Performed by Josh Bond and Neal Marsh 2 The Pixies “Where Is My Mind?” from the 1988 album "Surfer Rosa" released on Rough Trade. Written by Black Francis and produced by Steve Albini. Cover: Performed by Neal Marsh, and Josh Bond 3 Jimi Hendrix 1967 “The Wind Cries Mary” single released on Track Reprise. Written by Jimi Hendrix and produced by Chas Chandler. Cover: Performed by Josh Bond and Neal Marsh 4 Motorhead “Ace of Spades” from the 1980 album "Ace of Spades" released on Bronze. Written by Eddie Clarke, Lemmy, and Phil Taylor and produced by Vic Maile. Cover: Performed by Josh Bond and Neal Marsh 5 The Cure “Pictures of You" from the 1990 album "Pictures of You" released on Fiction. Written by Boris Williams, Simon Gallup, Roger O'Donnell, Robert Smith, Porl Thompson, and Lol Tolhurst and produced by Robert Smith and Dave Allen. Cover: Performed by Josh Bond and Neal Marsh

Duration:00:23:49

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Greatest Hits Vol 1

6/4/2024
Twitter: @podgaverock Insta: @podgaverock 1 The Weeknd 2019 “Blinding Lights” from "After Hours" released on XO/Republic. Written by Able Tesfaye, Ahmad Balshi, Jason Queeneville, Max Martin, Oscar Holter. Produiced by Max Martin, Oscar Holter, and The Weeknd. Cover: Performed by Josh Bond and Neal Marsh 2 Tears for Fears 1984 “Shout” from the album "Songs From the Big Chair" released on Phonogram/Mercury. Written by Roland Orzabal and Ian Stanley and produced by Chris Hughes. Cover: Performed by Scot Lang, Neal Marsh, and Josh Bond 3 Billy Idol “White Wedding” from the 1982 album "Billy Idol" released on Chrysalis. Written by Billy Idol and produced by Keith Forsey. Cover: Performed by Josh Bond and Neal Marsh 4 Sharon Van Etten "Seventeen" 2019 from "Remind Me Tomorrow" released on Jagjaguwar written by Sharon Van Etten/Kate David and produced by John Congleton Cover: Performed by Josh Bond and Neal Marsh 5 Neil Diamond's 1967 “Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon” from the album "Just for You" released on Bang. Written by Neil Diamond and produced by Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich. Cover: Performed by Josh Bond and Neal Marsh

Duration:00:22:47

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150th/Celebration Rock

5/28/2024
Twitter: @podgaverock Insta: @podgaverock Intro Music: "Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton. Other Artists Mentioned: Little Richard “Long Tall Sally” The Allman Brothers Band “Whipping Post” Post Malone “Better Now” Wilco “Via Chicago” The Weekend “Blinding Lights” Lynyrd Skynyrd “Tuesday’s Gone” The Pixies “Where Is My Mind?” Tears for Fears “Shout” Future Islands “Seasons” Dave Matthews Band “Crash” “Bette Davis Eyes” Dolly Parton “Jolene” Billie Eilish “bad guy” The Zombies “This Will Be Our Year” Bob Marley “Trenchtown Rock” Led Zeppelin “Good Times, Bad Times” Ben E King “Stand By Me” Jim Croce “Operator’ Bing Crosby “White Christmas” Phish “Sample in a Jar” The Flaming Lips “Do You Realize?” The Beach Boys “God Only Knows” Jimi Hendrix “Wind Cries Mary” Jimi Hendrix “All Along the Watchtower” Bob Dylan Billy idol “White Wedding” Motorhead “Ace of Spades” Sharon van Etten “Seventeen” The Cure “Pictures of You” Neil Diamond “Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon” Paul Simon Pearl Jam “Black” INXS “Saxual Harrassment” REO Speedwagon “Take It On the Run” Stevie Wonder “Has A Funky Caboose” Elmore James “The Sky Is Crying” Van Morrison “Into the Mystic” Alice in Chains “Would” The Grateful Dead “Brown Eyed Women” Billy Joel “She’s Always A Woman” Smashing Pumpkins “1979” Jethro Tull “Locomotive Breath” David Bowie “Moonage Daydream” Talking Heads “Road to Nowhere” Kings of Leon “Milk” My Morning Jacket “Gideon” Band of Horses “The Funeral” Derek and the Dominos “Bellbottom Blues” Tom Waits Toto “Africa” Paul McCartney “Let Me Roll It” Gotye “Somebody That I Used To Know” Spoon “Inside Out” Ween “Mutilated Lips” The Toadies “Possum Kingdom” Prince “I Feel For You” Mamas and Papas “Dedicated to the One I Love” Ray Charles “Hallelujah, I Love Her So” Nirvana “Drain You” The Band “Weight” Fleetwood Mac “Silver Springs” Jimi Hendrix “Burning of the Midnight Oil” The Rolling Stones The Beatles Screamin Jay Hawkins “I Put A Spell On You” Trey Anastasio The Cars “Just What I Needed” Tedeschi Trucks Band “Midnight in Harlem” Jimmy Page Dire Straits REM Madonna Aretha Franklin Billie Holiday Taylor Swift Sam Cooke Otis Redding Arctic Monkeys Cage Elephant Courtney Barnett

Duration:00:40:03

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Encore: Shout/Dark Side of the Wham!

5/21/2024
Twitter: @podgaverock Insta: @podgaverock Tears for Fears 1984 “Shout” from the album "Songs From the Big Chair" released on Phonogram/Mercury. Written by Roland Orzabal and Ian Stanley and produced by Chris Hughes. Personel: Cover: Performed by Scot Lang, Neal Marsh, and Josh Bond Intro Music: "Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton. Other Artists Mentioned: The Rolling Stones “Paint It Black” The Beatles “Come Together” The Doors “Break On Through” Sam Cooke “Bring It On Home” Led Zeppelin “Bring It On Home” Britt Daniel Spoon Cheap Trick “Surrender” The Ventures “Walk, Don’t Run” Harry Nilsson “Jump Into the Fire” Robin Williams The Black Keys “Tighten Up” Archie Bell and the Direlles “Tighten Up” The Black Keys “Brothers” Chuck Berry “Run, Run Rudolph” New Girl Arcade Fire “Put Your Money On Me” Mystical “Shake Your Ass” Elmore James “Shake Your Moneymaker” Fleetwood Mac Peter Green Def Leppard “Pour Some Sugar On Me” The Rolling Stones “Gimme Shelter” Bob Dylan “Shelter From the Storm” Lynyrd Skynyrd “Gimme Three Steps” Tears for Fears “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” Michael Scott My Morning Jacket “Gideon” Arcade Fire Tears for Fears “Head Over Heels” Tears for Fears “Mad World” Ben Gibbard Depeche Mode MTV Karate Kid Bananarama“Cruel Summer” Peter Cetera “I’ll Be the Hero” Sienfeld Soft Cell Dua Lipa Woody Guthrie The Lost Boys Adam and the Ants Honey, I Shrunk the Kids Green Day Stevie Winwood “Back in the High Life Again” Duran Duran “Ordinary World” Men At Work The 1975 Wham Pink Floyd “Dark Side of the Moon” Phil Collins Queen The Talking Heads Soundgarden David Bowie Joy Division Mr. Mister “Broken Wings” The Weeknd Mike Tyson Insane Clown Posse Disturbed Zade Wolf and Debusy Churches Scandroid Blaze Ya Dead Homey Max Headroom Ray J

Duration:00:50:57

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Fun Size/God Only Knows

5/14/2024
Twitter: @podgaverock Insta: @podgaverock Special Guest Hosts: Chris Bendt The Beach Boys' “God Only Knows" from the 1966 album "Pet Sounds" released on Capital. Written by Brian Wilson and Tony Asher and produced by Brian Wilson. Personel: Other Personel: Cover: Performed by Josh Bond, Neal Marsh, and Chris Bendt Intro Music: "Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton. Other Artists Mentioned: The Beatles "Getting Better"

Duration:00:07:41

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God Only Knows/A Spiritual Circus

5/7/2024
Twitter: @podgaverock Insta: @podgaverock Special Guest Hosts: Chris Bendt The Beach Boys' “God Only Knows" from the 1966 album "Pet Sounds" released on Capital. Written by Brian Wilson and Tony Asher and produced by Brian Wilson. Personel: Other Personel: Cover: Performed by Josh Bond, Neal Marsh, and Chris Bendt Intro Music: "Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton. Other Artists Mentioned: Jerry Lee Lewis Matthew McConaughy Dazed and Confused For the Kings “Hellbound” Bapa Bendt “Songs for Smith” Whiskey Bendt Bad Bad Wolf The Beach Boys “Surfin’ Safari” The Beach Boys “Kokomo” John Stamos Full House The Beach Boys “Good Vibrations” The Beach Boys “Sloop John B” The Beach Boys “Wouldn’t It Be Nice” The Beatles “Rubber Soul” The Lovin’ Spoonful “You Didn’t Have To Be So Nice” The Beatles “Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band” Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes “Home” Patti SMith “Because the Night” Paul McCartney Bach Grizzley Bear Tame Impala Beck MGMT Spoon David Bowie Glen Campbell Neil Diamond Elton John Ben Kweller Like a Version Pentatonix

Duration:00:54:29

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Fun Size/Home

4/30/2024
Twitter: @podgaverock Insta: @podgaverock Special Guest Hosts: Chris Bendt Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes “Home" from the 2010 album "Up From Below" released on Rough Trade. Written by Jade Castrinos and Alex Ebert and produced by Aaron Older, Edward Sharpe, and Nicolo Aglietti. Personel: Cover: Performed by Josh Bond Intro Music: "Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton.

Duration:00:09:25

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Home/Home Is Where The Kool Aid Is

4/23/2024
Twitter: @podgaverock Insta: @podgaverock Special Guest Hosts: Chris Bendt Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes “Home" from the 2010 album "Up From Below" released on Rough Trade. Written by Jade Castrinos and Alex Ebert and produced by Aaron Older, Edward Sharpe, and Nicolo Aglietti. Personel: Cover: Performed by Josh Bond Intro Music: "Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton. Other Artists Mentioned: The Allman Brothers Band “Whipping Post” Dickey Betts Butch Trucks Jaimoe The Allman Brothers Band “Ramblin Man” The Allman Brothers Band “Jessica” The Allman Brothers Band “Blue Sky” Gregg Allman Duane Allman Lynyrd Skynyrd The Grateful Dead The Allman Brothers Band “In Memory of Elizabeth Reed” The Allman Brothers Band “Southbound” The Allman Brothers Band “Back Where It All Begins” Warren Haynes Derek Trucks Taylor Swift “Tortured Poets Department” Taylor Swift “Cruel Summer” Bob Dylan MIA Pineapple Express Franz Ferdinand Alexi Murdoch Tiny Desk Concert Series Lumineers “Hey, Ho” Peter Bjorn and John “Young Folks” The Beach Boys Johnny Cash Creedence Clearwater Revival John Fogerty Nicolas Cage Con Air The Strokes Alex Ebert “Man on Fire” Michael Franti Heath Ledger Polyphonic Spree Dixie Chicks The Beatles “Yellow Submarine” Fleet Foxes Paul Simon “Me and Julio Down By the Schoolyard” Guns n Roses “Patience” Ennio Morricone The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Sly and the Family Stone Mama and Papas Woodstock Earth, Wind, and Fire “September” Johnny Cash June Carter Cash The Reality Changers Edith Whiskers Acoustic Syndicite Glee Pentatonix Ally Sherlock Deyaz

Duration:00:54:16

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Fun Size/Blue

4/16/2024
Twitter: @podgaverock Insta: @podgaverock Special Guest Hosts: Chris Bendt The Jayhawks “Blue" from the 1995 album "Tomorrow The Green Grass" released on American Recordings. Written by Mark Olson and Gary Louris and produced by George Drakoulias. Personel: Additional: Cover: Performed by Josh Bond and Neal Marsh Intro Music: "Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton. Other Artists Mentioned: The Beatles “Day In the Life” Led Zeppelin “Tangerine”

Duration:00:08:08

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Blue/Almost Canadian

4/9/2024
Twitter: @podgaverock Insta: @podgaverock Special Guest Hosts: Chris Bendt The Jayhawks “Blue" from the 1995 album "Tomorrow The Green Grass" released on American Recordings. Written by Mark Olson and Gary Louris and produced by George Drakoulias. Personel: Additional: Cover: Performed by Josh Bond and Neal Marsh Intro Music: "Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton. Other Artists Mentioned: Pearl Jam Kings of Leon “Because of the Times” Green Day “American Idiot” The Black Keys Red Hot Chili Peppers Phish Blink-182 Radiohead Ben Harper Tupac 98 Degrees Backstreet Boys Sisco “The Thong Song” Ryan Adams “Stars Go Blue” David Grey War on Drugs Killer Mike Insane Clown Posse My Morning Jacket Iron and Wine The National Gregory Allan Isikov Dawson’s Creek Garth Brooks Gram Parsons Ryan Adams Wilco George Strait Reba McEntyre Toby Keith Bon Iver “For Emma, Forever Ago” The Beatles Emmylou Harris The Jayhawks “Rainy Day Music” The Black Crowes “Shake Your Moneymaker” Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers “The Last DJ” Beck Billy Joel Kyle Mooney SNL Leeann Rimes “Blue” Taylor Swift “1989” For the Kings “Love (A Revolution)” The Allman Brothers Band “Melissa” REM Marshall Tucker Band “Amy” David Crosby The Flying Burrito Brothers The Turtles The Byrds “Tambourine Man” The Replacements Uncle Tupelo Wilco Sun Volt Drivng and Crying Futurebirds Fruit Bats Bonny Light Horseman The Thorns The Wild Feathers Kings of Leon First Aid Kit

Duration:00:54:01

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Fun Size/Locomotive Breath

4/2/2024
Twitter: @podgaverock Insta: @podgaverock Special Guest Hosts: Nick Baetz Jethro Tull “Locomotive Breath" from the 1971 album "Aqualung" released on Reprise. Written by Ian Anderson and produced by Ian Anderson and Terry Lewis. Personel: Cover: Performed by Josh Bond and Neal Marsh Intro Music: "Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton.

Duration:00:06:17

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Locomotive Breath/From the Jazz Club to the Rock Cellar

3/26/2024
Twitter: @podgaverock Insta: @podgaverock Special Guest Hosts: Nick Baetz Jethro Tull “Locomotive Breath" from the 1971 album "Aqualung" released on Reprise. Written by Ian Anderson and produced by Ian Anderson and Terry Lewis. Personel: Cover: Performed by Josh Bond and Neal Marsh Intro Music: "Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton. Other Artists Mentioned: Bob Dylan “Like a Rolling Stone” Animal House David Bowie “Heroes” Queen “Bohemian Rhapsody” Jimi Hendrix “All Along the Watchtower” Wayne’s World Dave Matthews Band Led Zeppelin “Stairway to Heaven” Pink Floyd The Who “Baba O Riley” Lynyrd Skynyrd “Freebird” Old Crow Medicine Show “Wagon Wheel” The Eagles “Hotel California” Aretha Franklin “Respect” Jimi Hendrix “Wind Cries Mary” Jimi Hendrix “Voodoo Chile” The Beatles “Day in the Life” The Beatles “Revolver” Ferris Bueller’s Day Off Tenacious D Adam Sandler “Lunch Lady Land” Otis Redding “Sittin’ On the Dock of the Bay” Silent Night Jethro Tull “Bungle in the Jungle” Jethro Tull “Greatest Hits” Ministry Weezer “Blue Album” AC/DC Metallica Jethro Tull “Aqualung” Ozzy Osbourne “Crazy Train” LCD Soundsystem “Losing My Edge” Black Sabbath Spinal Tap The Fifth Dimension “Aquarius/LEt the Sunshine In” Jesus Christ Superstar Jethro Tull “Thick As A Brick” Casey Jones Mason Williams “Classical Gas” Ten Years After Robert Plant Survivor “Eye of the Tiger” Joe Esposito “You’re the Best” Muddy Waters Garth Brooks “Rodeo” The Incredible String Band “We Bid You Goodnight” Doc Watson WASP The Comancheros Styx Atomic Forest Rabbit Garret T Capps Kurt Vile Midnight Oil

Duration:00:51:32

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Fun Size/Baba O'Riley

3/19/2024
Twitter: @podgaverock Insta: @podgaverock Special Guest Hosts: Nick Baetz The Who “Baba O'Riley" from the 1971 album "Who's Next" released on Polydor. Written by Pete Townshend and produced by The Who. Personel: Additional Personnel: Cover: Performed by Neal Marsh and Josh Bond Intro Music: "Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton. Other Artists Mentioned: Men At Work "Overkill"

Duration:00:09:22

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Baba O'Riley/Indian Bluegrass

3/12/2024
Twitter: @podgaverock Insta: @podgaverock Special Guest Hosts: Nick Baetz The Who “Baba O'Riley" from the 1971 album "Who's Next" released on Polydor. Written by Pete Townshend and produced by The Who. Personel: Additional Personnel: Cover: Performed by Neal Marsh and Josh Bond Intro Music: "Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton. Other Artists Mentioned: Damien Marley Stephen Marley Bob Marley Pearl Jam “Dark Matter” Pearl Jam “Evenflow” Bill Simmons Chuck Klosterman Taylor Swift Led Zeppelin “Stairway to Heaven The Eagles “Hotel California” Journey “Don’t Stop Believin’” Queen “Another One Bites the Dust” Queen “We Are the Champions” AC/DC Earth, Wind, and Fire “September” Pink Floyd “Wish You Were Here” Pink Floyd “Comfortably Numb” Pink Floyd “Another Brick in the Wall Pt 2” Deep Purple “Smoke on the Water” Dire Straits “Money for Nothing” The White Stripes “Seven Nation Army” Bon Jovi “Livin’ on a Prayer” Sly and the Family Stone “Everyday People” Buffalko Springfield “For What It’s Worth” Bob Dylan “Lik a Rolling Stone” Bob Dylan “Times They Are A-Changin’’ Bob Dylan “Knocking on Heaven’s Door” Bob Dylan “Tambourine Man” Marvin Gay The Temptations “My Girl” Aretha Franklin “Respect” Otis Redding “Sitting On the Dock of the Bay” Aretha Franklin “Think” Ben E King “Stand By Me” Gary Glitter “Rock and Roll” CSI The Who “Pinball Wizard” Meher Baba Terry Riley East of Eden Robert Plant Isle of Wight Woodstock The Girl Next Door Metallica Future Islands Van Halen “Jump” Pearl Jam “Rearview Mirror” Pink Floyd “Shine On You Crazy Diamond” One Direction “The Best Song Ever” The Moddy Blues U2 “With or Without You” The Beatles “A Day in the Life” The Beatles “Hey Jude” The Kinks The Beatles “Norwegian Wood” The Rolling Stones “Gimme Shelter” Hall and Oates “Rich Girl” Eddie Vedder Stone Gossard Mike McCready Acoustic Syndicate Honeysuckle Paul Revere Is Not Dead The Avett Brothers The Grateful Dead Bob Weir Bruce Hornsby Brent Midland Guided By Voices The Flaming Lips The Zac Brown Band

Duration:00:52:29

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Fun Size/Overkill

3/5/2024
Twitter: @podgaverock Insta: @podgaverock Special Guest Host: Nick Baetz Men at Work “Overkill" from the 1983 album "Cargo" released on Columbia. Written by Colin Hay and produced by Peter McIan. Personel: Cover: Performed by Josh Bond Intro Music: "Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton.

Duration:00:07:49