7/23/15: The Mike Patton Show

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It’s the Mike Patton show! For real though, wouldn’t that be a weirdly entertaining talk show?

Actually, it was the Mike Patton show on the Fuzz Factory last week. Why last week? Because this week (tonight) I will be conducting Fuzz Factory research and development at the Faith No More concert.

The Fuzz Factory returns next Thursday 8/6/15 from 8-11 PM (EST).

Here’s the Mike Patton show playlist.

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Kettle Whistle – Jane’s Addiction

Straight Freak Show – Love Battery

R U Mine – Arctic Monkeys

Honeydrip – Ian McCulloch

Down On The Corner – Johnny Marr & The Healers

I’m Losing More Than I’ll Ever Have – Primal Scream

Union Jack – Big Audio Dynamite

Cruel – The House Of Love

Torture – The Cure

See Forever – Indian Jewelry

Tumbling Walls Buried Me In The Debris With ESG – Liars

Target – Fugazi

She – Holy Barbarians

Volcano Girls – Veruca Salt

Bound For The Floor – Local H

Church On Tuesday – Stone Temple Pilots

Cold Slope – Wilco

Bass Sounds – Karate

Kindergarten – Faith No More

The Morning After – Faith No More

South Paw – Tomahawk

101 North – Tomahawk

We’re Not Alone – Peeping Tom

Carousel – Mr. Bungle

Experiment In Terror – Fantomas

Chemical Marriage – Mr. Bungle

Retrovertigo – Mr. Bungle

Captain Midnight – Tomahawk

Mojo – Peeping Tom

Stripsearch – Faith No More

Evidence – Faith No More

Crack Hitler – Faith No More

Matador – Faith No More

God Hates A Coward – Tomahawk

Typhoon – Tomahawk

King For A Day – Faith No More

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The Mike Patton Show

It’s Mike Patton night in the Fuzz Factory – tonight’s special feature. Tune in tonight for three hours of great rock & roll music. The second half of the show will be full of songs from Faith No More, Tomahawk, Mr. Bungle and Peeping Tom. All bands with Mike Patton on vocals.

Join me TONIGHT from 8-11 PM (EST). Three hours of thick guitar riffs, psychedelic rock twists, spaced out grooves and more cowbell.

Here’s some Mike Patton videos…

7/16/15: The Black Keys & Spoon

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Here’s the playlist from last week. Full of Premium Quality Alternative Rock & Roll. Check out what you heard (or missed).

Thick guitar riffs, psychedelic rock twists, spaced out grooves and more cowbell. Join me  in the Fuzz Factory. Thursday nights from 8-11 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org).

In the meantime, here is that playlist.

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Pink Steam – Sonic Youth

The Kill – Fugazi

Wasteland – The Misison

Where I End And You Begin – Radiohead

Cherry – Smashing Pumpkins

Talking In Tones – The Charlatans

Follow Me Down – Cast

So Easy – The Candyskins

Hello Hello Hello Hello Hello (Petrol) – Something Happens

Girlfriend – Matthew Sweet

Brenda – The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion

Alcoholics Unanimous – Art Brut

Don’t Sit Down ‘Cause I’ve Moved Your Chair – Arctic Monkeys

Web – Thee Oh Sees

The Seven Poison Wonders – Night Beats

Go With The Flow – Queens Of The Stone Age

Hey, Johnny Park! – Foo Fighters

Soaking In It – Sons Of Elvis

Sometimes Wednesday – The Atomic Bitchwax

Who Was In My Room Last Night? – Butthole Surfers

Glamorous – The Jesus Lizard

Sweet Willy Rollbar – Melvins

Over The Edge – Fu Manchu

Days Of Future Past – Dozer

Greedy Fly – Bush

Glow – Royal Thunder

Superhero – Faith No More

Within Your Reach – The Replacements *

Mirror People – Love And Rockets

All Our Songs – Built To Spill

On A Plain – Nirvana

Busted – The Black Keys

Your Touch – The Black Keys

Set You Free – The Black Keys

10 A.M. Automatic – The Black Keys

Don’t You Evah – Spoon

Everything Hits At Once – Spoon

I Turn My Camera On – Spoon

The Mystery Zone – Spoon

* = listener request

Premium Quality Alternative Rock & Roll

Tonight the Fuzz Factory returns to it’s regular format. Thick guitar riffs, psychedelic rock twists, spaced out grooves and more cowbell. Join me TONIGHT from 8-11 PM (EST).

At the end of the show, I’ll feature a set of music from Spoon (from Austin, TX) and The Black Keys (from Akron, OH). Why these two American rock bands? Well,both bands play premium quality alternative rock & roll. They consistently produce solid efforts and maintain their musical integrity along the way.

That’s grade A. Here’s a taste…

7/9/15: The Blues Had A Baby (It’s Name Was Rock & Roll)

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So the Blues had a baby, and they named that baby Rock & Roll.

What a great show it was this week. I had my friend Ed Behan (http://www.40wattgigolo.com) in the Fuzz Factory as my guest host. He was the guest host with the most, because the concept (and many of the contributions) for the Blues Had A Baby special feature were all his.

We rolled out quite a few classic blues songs and many of the great cover versions of those songs. It was quite the history lesson and a lot of fun to listen to. So much so, that we extended the show an extra 30 minutes.

Listen to the Fuzz Factory with Brett Callero Thursdays from 8-11 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (http://www.scadatlantaradio.org). Listen to the songs posted below for an idea of what I am talking about.

So the Blues had a baby, and they named that baby Rock & Roll. Read the playlist and see for yourself.

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Going Down – Freddie King

Going Down – Freedom

Going Down – The Jeff Beck Group

I Just Want To Make Love To You – Willie Dixon

I Just Want To Make Love To You (live version) – Foghat

Born Under a Bad Sign – Albert King

Born Under a Bad Sign – Cream

Statesboro Blues – Blind Willie McTell

Statesboro Blues – Taj Mahal

Statesboro Blues – The Allman Brothers Band

The Sky Is Crying – Elmore James

The Sky Is Crying – Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble

Death Letter Blues – Son House

Death Letter – The White Stripes

Back Door Man – Howlin’ Wolf

Back Door Man – The Doors

I Put A Spell On You (live version) – Screamin’ Jay Hawkins

I Put A Spell On You – Creedence Clearwater Revival

I Can’t Quit You Baby – Little Milton

I Can’t Quit You Baby – Led Zeppelin

I’m A Man – Bo Diddley

I’m A Man – The Stooges

Mary Had A Little Lamb – Buddy Guy

Mary Had A Little Lamb – Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble

Catfish Blues – Robert Petway

Catfish Blues – Jimi Hendrix

Baby Please Don’t Go – Big Joe Williams

Baby Please Don’t Go – Them

Baby Please Don’t Go – AC/DC

Dust My Blues – Elmore James

Dust My Broom – ZZ Top

Ice Cream Man – John Brim

Ice Cream Man – Van Halen

Susie Q – Dale Hawkins

Susie Q – Creedence Clearwater Revival

New Orleans (The Rising Sun Blues) – Leadbelly

House Of The Rising Sun – The Animals

Bright Lights, Big City – Jimmy Reed

Bright Lights, Big City – Neil Young

I Can’t Be Satisfied – Muddy Waters

I Can’t Be Satisfied – The Rolling Stones

Bring It On Home – Sonny Boy Williamson

Bring It On Home – Chris Whitley & The Bastard Club

Shake Your Moneymaker – Elmore James

Shake Your Moneymaker – Fleetwood Mac

Train Kept A Rollin’ – The Yardbirds

Train Kept A Rollin’ – Aerosmith

You Need Love – Muddy Waters

Whole Lotta Love – Led Zeppelin

Whole Lotta Love – Blue Mink

Whole Lotta Love – Dennis Coffey

Sweet Home Chicago – Robert Johnson

Sweet Home Chicago – Lonnie Brooks

 

7/2/15: Independence Day Special

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“Baby, you’re a firework! Come on, let your colors burst!”

Ha! No no no NO! No Katy Perry on the Fuzz Factory. No sir. However, last week was completely full of America and stuff on the Fuzz Factory Independence Day special feature. Why? Because you can still Rock in America! That’s why.

A special thanks to Fred Leighton (pictured below in the Hot Seat) for giving me a ride to the radio studio last week. Due to my foot surgery, I temporarily cannot drive.

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Gonna find my ride for this week, still working on it. No worries though, I’ll be there – so just tune in and rock out. The Fuzz Factory, Thursdays from 8-11 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (http://www.scadatlantaradio.org). Remember, summertime is great Fuzz Factory time.

Here’s the Independence Day playlist:

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Star Spangled Banner (Live At Woodstock) – Jimi Hendrix

Freedom – Jimi Hendrix

We’re An American Band – Raging Slab

Kids In America – The Donnas

Minnesoter – The Dandy Warhols

North Dakota – Thrush Hermit

I Remember California – R.E.M.

California Dreaming – Hi-Standard

American Jesus – Bad Religion

God Save The USA – Pennywise

American Waste – Black Flag

Independence Day – Down By Law

4th Of July – Luna

Texas Moon – The Church

Americana – Rose Hill Drive

Wild America – Iggy Pop *

American Woman – The Guess Who

American Sleep – Clutch

American Cow – Melvins

Geek USA – Smashing Pumpkins

American City World – Triple Fast Action

Florida’s On Fire – Superchunk

So American – Portugal The Man

U.S.A. Dad – Truck Stop Love

American Goldwing – Blitzen Trapper

Arizona – Kings Of Leon

Killer In Texas – Ghoultown

The Eyes Of Texas – Masters Of Reality

Hooray For Cocaine, Hooray For Tennessee – Nashville Pussy

Taylor, Mississippi – Big Ass Truck

Which Way To America? – Living Colour

Tales Of Old New York: The Rock Box – The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion

America – Prince *

Independence Day – Elliott Smith

Mississippi Moon – King’s X

Wake Up Time For Freedom – The Cult

California Man – Cheap Trick

Freedom Of Choice – Devo *

Freedom Of Choice – Fu Manchu

4th Of July – Soundgarden

(You Can Still) Rock In America – Night Ranger

Mississippi Queen – God’s Acre

Rockin’ In The Free World – Neil Young *

* = listener request