You'll be thunderstruck by this walk through great bands that changed their front man. When the Small Faces got smaller--so small they took the 'Small' out of their name--they still went on to do big things. When the front man is the fifth wheel, maybe a chance is just the thing to grease the Axl and get things rolling again.
So, where's the bathroom again? Whoa, whoa, whoa--it's my WHAT? It's hard to steer the walrus with those electric boobs in the way. We look at the fun and occasionally hilarious songs of rock and roll that many people don't quite understand. Join us and see if you agree.
Two mischevious Leprechauns have hijacked the show! Celebrate Irish rockers with O'Limey & O'Yank. Corrs (but not Blimey), a little Thin on the Lizzy side, and U2 can see that Cranberries are good for you. Enjoy! Recorded in the great outdoors of sunny Florida, USA.
After a Valentine's Day interlude, we return to our exploration of cover songs: does the artist stay faithful, or take the song and make it new? Phil Collins faces off against The Mindbenders over A Groovy Kind of Love, the Genesis of the Land of Confusion leaves us Disturbed, and we bring you a collision of decades in a surprise mash-up. Enjoy!
Love is in the air, and romance deserves its due. From the sweet Demis Roussos to the sour grapes of "Love Hurts", we give you a wide variety of songs about love. Get on the Love Train with the O'Jays and enjoy!
We dive into that murky world of "Should it sound like the original, or be something new?" and walk you through a lot of different songs that are all good in their own way. Well, except the occasional awkward one. Nancy Sinatra's boots walk all over Megadeth on their way to the door, and we give into The Temptations of Rod Stewart. The Beatles get pressed through an Aerosmith filter, but it all Comes Together in the end. Enjoy!
Some of our favorite songs that made the movie moments you love. Whether we time travel or just sit on a bench and look back in our minds, these classic songs brought us fun and rocked Hollywood too. Enjoy!
After ridding themselves of a hyperactive elf and a suddenly-gleeful Scrooge, our heroes find themselves filled with holiday spirit and eager to share. We get rock & roll Christmas tunes from both sides of the Big Pond, plus well wishes as The Limey & the Yank wrap Season One up neatly like a present, and start making New Year's Resolutions about Season Two.
Happy Holidays everybody!
Wrapping up two part series about hair, more hair, and rock & roll, we wax poetic about the brave and the bald; ask the daring question: do Sir Paul and James May compare notes on hairstyles?; and leave you a punk rock anthem and a glimpse into the future.
It's Halloween and we pulled out all the stops--this one goes to 11! An epic nightmare an hour in length, with a little bonus bit at the end. We hope you enjoy it! And we hope you survive The Limey & the Yank Halloween Special...MuhahahaHAHAHAhahaaaa!!!
After all that unsavory talk about underwear, we pick up the pieces and move on, making some Small Faces about the Wicked Pickett and getting Righteous about Mustang Sally. The Yank's first car was a 1965 Ford Mustang--so he can relate. He never slowed that Mustang down though...
Continuing our Soulful saga, we switch gears to men who aren't afraid to make you get up & move. A Godfather and a Man in Black, and Otis Redding just Can't Turn You Loose--but he gets credit for trying. Join us!
Amazing battling action! Juice Newton taken down by P.P. Arnold! The sordid tales of Mary Wilson's Stoned Love and Diana Ross' Love Hangover...the Three Degrees have nothing to do with Kevin Bacon--when will we see him again? All this and more...
Dashing from coast to coast, continent to continent, we bring you the lovely ladies of Motown and Soul and Rock & Roll. We get modern with Adele, surprise you with a Lulu of a young lady, and take the Friendship Train over River Deep and Mountain High.
"These kids these days, with their Internet and their free music..." We talk about what was controversial then and now. We look to the future, in the year 2525. And The Yank shows his inability to find the right French word to speak English. And what to do when you need an eraser for your Rubber Soul...
In which our heroes dedicate the episode to the many musical artists from Manchester UK; much talk is made about Mondays; and Steve ("The Limey") surprises us all with his all-time favorite Manchester-band pick. Enjoy!