We wrap up March Metal Madness this week, and Jon is sort of chipping in as well. The Album of the Week takes a look at the possible future of metal with CVI by Royal Thunder. And Kittie's In The Black is your Lost/Forgotten Album of the Week.
Both of these are fine albums that deserve not only your attention, but your support in the form of a purchase (if you like them, of course). So, grab yourself some lightly buttered popcorn and some high quality ear phones & partake in a great listening experience.
Previous Albums Below
by "and you thought it would be Toto" JonPat Travers--Retro Rocket (March 2015)1. I Always Run2. Who Can You Turn To3. Mystery At The Wrecking Yard4. I Am Alive5. Hellbound…Continue
This week's pick came after many hours of debate. At first, this was going to be an album from a female rock icon, but that hinged on whether or not I received the album on…Continue
So what are you listening to right now? Any genre is cool. For me: Scott's Hidden TreasureDepeche Mode - Wrong (courtesy of Niels)Kim Mitchell - Akimbo Alogo (courtesy of Jon)Next week's Album of the Week (hint: think orchestra)Shinedown - The…Continue
Artist: Royal ThunderGenre: Doom MetalNationality: AmericanRock And Roll Hall Of Fame Member: NoAlbum: CVIProducer: Royal Thunder/Joey JonesRelease Date: 2012Running Time: 63…Continue
by "Lover Of Many Styles Of Music" RJEurope - War Of Kings1. Hole In My Pocket2. Praise You3. California 4054. Rainbow Bridge5. Light Me UpEverybody is familiar with Europe.…Continue
Vin Scelsa is hanging up his headphones. A pioneer of freeform FM radio and a New York icon for five decades, Vin announced on Saturday night during "Idiot's Delight"®, his weekly program on WFUV (90.7 FM/wfuv.org), that he will retire and do his final show on May 2, 2015, from…
I'll finish off my Odds & Ends show with another long set.
Over the years, and decades again, I had always meant to put these songs together for a set, and whenever I would hear one of them it would remind me of that.
As promised in the prior Episode, using the Titles of these Tunes, it's instructions on doing The Mike Pell Shuffle, LOL!
And I'll close this Volume Two out with one of my fave artists- he's been around since the 50's and is still making excellent, valid…