7/12/12: Old School Double Feature

Welcome to the first ever Fuzz Factory Double Feature. That’s right, it’s even a old skool double feature. Sounds good doesn’t it?

So what were the features? The first feature was the Origins of Fuzz Rock: early hard rock deep cuts and forgotten classics. Everything I played was from the late 60’s to the early 80’s. Much of this music was clearly ahead of it’s time. I also focused on the lesser known hard rock/heavy metal pioneers of that time.

The second feature was the Rolling Stones, in honor of that night being the 50th anniversary of their first concert performance. I closed the show with 30 minutes of their (other) classics.

Look below and see what fantastic sounds you will hear. Remember, if you like what you hear, go tell somebody. The Fuzz in here is as great as it ever was.

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Cherry Red – The Groundhogs

Evil – Cactus

Woman Tamer – Sir Lord Baltimore

Relentless – Pentagram

Never Before – Deep Purple

Buick Mackane (original version) – T. Rex

Second Time Around – Blue Cheer

Frustration – Jerusalem

Got This Thing On The Move – Grand Funk Railroad

House Of The Rising Sun – Frijid Pink

Ballad Of The Hard Man – Thin Lizzy

White Magic/Black Magic – Saint Vitus

Endtime – Trouble

Lucifer’s Friend – Lucifer’s Friend

Pay My Dues – Buffalo

My Lady From South Of Detroit – Cactus

Cities On Flame With Rock And Roll – Blue Oyster Cult

Nobody’s Fault – Aerosmith

Who’s Behind The Door? – Zebra

Can U Deliver – Armored Saint

Parchman Farm – Blue Cheer *

Sin’s A Good Man’s Brother – Grand Funk Railroad

Don’t Call Us, We’ll Call You – Sugarloaf

Finding My Way – Rush

T.V. Eye – The Stooges

Too Rolling Stoned – Robin Trower

Fingerprint File – The Rolling Stones

Factory Girl – The Rolling Stones

Good Time Women – The Rolling Stones

It’s Not Easy – The Rolling Stones *

Shake Your Hips – The Rolling Stones

Gimme Shelter – The Rolling Stones *

Can’t You Hear Me Knocking – The Rolling Stones

* = listener request


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