6/27/13: Music Geography

On this night we went around the world in three hours. The Fuzz Factory with Brett Callero took a trip around the world. The entire show was dedicated to rock & roll songs about places and locations!  Three full hours of Music Geography. The graphic above highlights the places the music took us that night. It was quite a journey. This feature allows me to expand the playlist even more to include an even wider variety of music genres in order to accommodate the theme in a positive way. Those who listened were glad they were there. Those that weren’t should take a look at the playlist and see where the music brought us. Next time, you’ll want to go along for the ride.

Listen to the Fuzz Factory and get your special rock & roll delivery of fat riffs, funky grooves and psychedelic pop twists from the last 30 years or so. Tell your rock & roll friends too. Tell them that internet radio is the place to hear to latest and greatest rock & roll music. The Fuzz Factory is saving rock & roll radio one week at a time. Besides, it’s summertime, time to get your loud rock on strong and I’ve got both quality and quantity.

One more thing, next week is Independence Day, therefore there will be no big rock show. I’ll catch you on the flip side later in July. So, this week I had listeners from Chicago to Istanbul. Very appropriate. Here’s that worldwide playlist.
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Let’s Go To Haiti – Exit

California – Wax

American City World – Triple Fast Action

Hollywood – World Party

Out Of Carolina – Crown Heights

Pennsylvania Is – Everclear

They Hate Us In Scandinavia – The Dirtbombs

Chelsea Dagger – The Fratellis

Cuyahoga – R.E.M.

Coronado – Deerhunter

Killer In Texas – Ghoultown

Alabama Slammer – Motorcity Daredevils

Heaven, Hell Or Houston – ZZ Top

Eyes Of The South – Down

Portland – Deed

Dance, California – Wooden Shjips

Plains Of Nazca – Sun Dial

Turkish Disco – Fugazi

Panic In Babylon – The Brian Jonestown Massacre

True Dreams Of Wichita – Soul Coughing

Minnesoter – The Dandy Warhols

Kyoto Now! – Bad Religion

Baghdad – The Offspring

Panic In Cicero – The Jesus Lizard

Havana Affair – The Ramones

Sister Havana – Urge Overkill

Jonestown – Concrete Blonde

Kentucky Red – Mark Curry

Albuquerque – Neil Young

Arizona – The Grifters

Jubilee Street – Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Chicago – Tom Waits

New Orleans Is Sinking – The Tragically Hip

Ohio – The Black Keys

Lodi – Creedence Clearwater Revival

Singing In Vietnam Talking Blues – Johnny Cash

Lexington Slow Down – Mark Lanegan

Lunch In Hell – Morphine

St. Petersburg – Supergrass

Money City Maniacs – Sloan

Mainline Florida – Eric Clapton

Worse Than Detroit – Robert Plant

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