This week was a very special Fuzz Factory. If that last sentence sounds like a heartfelt introduction to a 1980’s sitcom, you are in the right frame of mind for this show. This week the Fuzz Factory featured my Childhood Favorites. For my generation, childhood favorites refers the 70’s and early 80’s.
We had a special guest of SCAD-Atlanta in the studio with us for this show. Yes, my good friend Joe Vance flew in from Los Angeles to speak to SCAD-Atlanta students about his work as an art director for Disney. Joe is a big fan of rock & roll and a regular listener of the Fuzz Factory. Joe and I went to college together and are the same age. Therefore, he brought some of his childhood favorites with him as well. Childhood favorites are fun to play even if they are sometimes a guilty pleasure. Since we had so many songs, next week will be part two! Make sure to tune in.
Get hip to the Fuzz Factory – and if you like what you hear, go tell somebody. Rock & roll radio is still going strong. The Fuzz Factory – saving rock & roll radio, one week at a time.
Here is the Childhood Favorites playlist.
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Stone Cold – Rainbow
Freedom – Jimi Hendrix
Train, Train – Blackfoot
Swamp Woman – Stranger
Lights Out – U.F.O.
Sacrifice – Holland
Say What You Will – Fastway
Foolin’ – Def Leppard *
25 or 6 to 4 – Chicago
Vehicle – The Ides Of March
Superstition – Stevie Wonder
Liar – Three Dog Night
Sundown – Gordon Lightfoot
I Just Want To Celebrate – Rare Earth
This Beat Goes On/Switchin’ To Glide – The Kings
She – KISS
We’re An American Band – Grand Funk
A Passage To Bangkok – Rush *
Heading Out To The Highway – Judas Priest
Strange Dreams – Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush
Who’s Behind The Door? – Zebra
Ah Leah! – Donnie Iris
* = listener request