11/8/12: Neil Young

Hello Fuzz Factory listeners. Finals week is upon us here at SCAD-Atlanta.  That’s why I have taken so long to post last weeks playlist. So here it is, short, and right to the point.

Last week I closed the show with a nice set of music from Neil Young. Neil Young has been around forever. He’s an acquired taste for sure. The older I’ve gotten, the more I like Neil Young. He is for mature ears and old souls. I also consider him rock & roll’s greatest American hero (from Canada). After the election, a little Neil Young seemed appropriate.

Tune into every week for another Fuzz Factory rock & roll program filled with guitar-centric rock & roll featuring fat riffs, funky grooves and psychedelic pop twists from the last 30 years.

Here is the playlist from last week.

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Will You Smile Again For Me – And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead

Sea Lungs – Baroness

Kicking – Torche

Ohio – The Black Keys

I Won’t Be Stayin’ – The Main Street Gospel

Already Died – Eagles Of Death Metal

Tea Bag – Brad

Dead Boys – Love Battery

Let It Go – The Black Ryder

March Of The Pigs – Nine Inch Nails

The Death & Resurrection Show – Killing Joke

Careful With That Hat – Citay

Another Pearl – Badly Drawn Boy

Light Of The Morning – Band Of Skulls

Ode To A Black Man – The Dirtbombs

High Priest Of Nothing – Subsonics

Human Herd – Red Fang

South Of Somewhere – Royal Thunder

The Loner – Neil Young

When You Dance, I Can Really Love – Neil Young

Bite The Bullet – Neil Young

Psychedelic Pill – Neil Young & Crazy Horse

Welfare Mothers – Neil Young

Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere – Neil Young & Crazy Horse

Mr. Soul – Buffalo Springfield

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