12/1/11: Music By The Numbers

Sometimes the best moments of inspiration come at the last possible time. I had ideas for the final shows of 2011, but nothing for the first week of December. I bounced ideas around in my head for days. Possible bands, genres or time periods to feature. No success and then at the last minute, I had it, a new feature. The Fuzz Factory By The Numbers Special. Turns out I discovered another gold mine. Another successful feature that I will definitely have again next year. There is so much good rock & roll music that use the numbers of our everyday lives. By the way – those remaining ideas for upcoming shows will be a new Fuzz Rock special and a new Cover Song Spectacular.

Tonight’s feature also brought out some listener requests which always makes me happy. We had a requested songs (*) for listeners in Atlanta, Kansas City and Brooklyn.

Look at the playlist – see that the all the fantastic rock & roll this week was done – by the numbers.  Click the link at the bottom to listen to the Fuzz Factory By Numbers Special podcast for a limited time. Listen, rock out.

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Hinda 65 – Brant Bjork

One More – Toadies

812 – Sahara Surfers

0 For 1 – Poster Children

Haunting At 1300 McKinley – The Black Angels

Natural One – The Folk Implosion

78 Stone Wobble – Gomez

Come In Number 21 – The Charlatans

Number Thirteen – Red Fang

Two Tears – Fireball Ministry

A#1 – Desert Sessions

Tale Of Two Women – The Jesus Lizard

101 North – Tomahawk

The Number Of The Beast – Iron Maiden *

Just One Fix – Ministry

4 Degrees – Tool

867-5309 (Jenny) – The Affected

Hymn 43 – Alabama Thunderpussy

One – Dokken

1000 Swings – Drivin’ N’ Cryin’

Three Days – Jane’s Addiction

Sixteen – T.S.O.L.

3’s & 7’s – Queens Of The Stone Age *

Four Sticks – The Rollins Band *

50ft. Queenie – PJ Harvey

100% – Sonic Youth *

50,000 Unstoppable Watts – Clutch

Lucky 13 – Smashing Pumpkins

1969 – The Vines

Thirteen – Red Five

Song 2 – Blur

* = listener request

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