Hall Of Fame Fuzz Part 2

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Join me in the Fuzz Factory this week for part 2 of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame show, featuring only music from members of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

Thursday nights from 8-11 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org). This will be the final three hour show of the summer.

Rock & roll will never die.

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Hall Of Fame Fuzz

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It’ll temporarily sound a little more like a classic rock station around here. Tonight and next Thursday the Fuzz Factory will be featuring artists in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Why now? Because I am headed to Cleveland next month to see the Hall for myself. I’ll be meeting my parents there too. Should be a fun time.

We’ll also ponder the question of why there even is a hall of fame for rock & roll? It’s a good question that is worth asking, simply because there is a lot of subjectivity involved in determining who is inducted and who is not included in place like this. That’s the case around the fringes of any institution like this one. Especially one dedicated to the influence of personal expression.

Join me in the Fuzz Factory this week for the first of two Rock & Roll Hall of Fame shows, featuring only music from members of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Thursday nights from 8-11 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org). These will be the final three hour shows of the summer.

Here are some memorable Rock & Roll Hall of Fame moments…

The Led Zeppelin List

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This article ranking all of Led Zeppelin’s songs from worst to best has gotten a lot of attention Perhaps you’ve seen it. It’s not a bad article (http://www.vulture.com/2015/07/all-74-led-zeppelin-songs-ranked.html?_ga=1.193424622.2106476627.1437092159).

I love Led Zeppelin, but even more important, I love lists! Therefore I had to take the time to compile my own ranking of their songs. Keeping with the criteria of the article I excluded Coda, and all subsequent releases (including the limited amount of unreleased tracks that have popped up since their breakup in 1980.

First and foremost, Led Zeppelin were an album band. They didn’t edit their songs, they didn’t release singles for pop radio. Therefore a quick ranking of their albums (minus Coda) would be an appropriate beginning.

8. In Through The Out Door
7. Presence
6. I
5. II
4. III
3. IV
2. Houses Of The Holy
1. Physical Graffiti

Now the songs…

74. Moby Dick
73. Hot Dog
72. Candy Store Rock
71. Hots On For Nowhere
70. Gallows Pole
69. D’yer Mak’er
68. South Bound Suarez
67. Hats Off To Roy Harper
66. I Can’t Quit You Baby
65. Carouselambra
64. You Shook Me
63. The Battle Of Evermore
62. The Crunge
61. Black Mountain Side
60. Tea For One
59. Down By The Seaside
58. Your Time Is Gonna Come
57. Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp
56. Black Country Woman
55. Bron-Yr-Aur
54. Royal Orleans
53. The Wanton Song
52. The Lemon Song
51. Thank You
50. Boogie With Stu
49. Night Flight
48. The Rain Song
47. Rock And Roll
46. Since I’ve Been Loving You
45. Achilles Last Stand
44. Four Sticks
43. All My Love
42. In My Time Of Dying
41. Living Loving Maid (She’s Just A Woman)
40. Out On The Tiles
39. Babe, I’m Gonna Leave You
38. Sick Again
37. Dazed And Confused
36. Dancing Days
35. Trampled Under Foot
34. Friends
33. Whole Lotta Love
32. Black Dog
31. Fool In The Rain
30. For Your Life
29. Custard Pie
28. I’m Gonna Crawl
27. The Ocean 
26. In The Evening
25. Bring It On Home
24. Hey, Hey What Can I Do?
23. No Quarter
22. Going To California
21. That’s The Way
20. Houses Of The Holy
19. Communication Breakdown
18. Tangerine
17. Ramble On
16. Stairway To Heaven
15. Kashmir
14. Misty Mountain Hop
13. The Rover
12. Celebration Day
11. Heartbreaker
10. In The Light
9. Nobody’s Fault But Mine
8. How Many More Times
7. The Song Remains The Same
6. What Is And What Should Never Be
5. When The Levee Breaks
4. Ten Years Gone
3. Immigrant Song
2. Good Times, Bad Times
1. Over The Hills And Far Away

8/13/15: Headspace Show

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This past week the Fuzz Factory stretched out a bit with a new special feature, the Headspace Show. All songs played were long (at least 6 minutes long). They invited the listener to be swallowed by the sound and allowed to drift away within their own headspace. It was a fun journey to the center of the mind and a special feature I will definitely revisit further on down the road.

Join me in the Fuzz Factory this week for the first of two Rock & Roll Hall of Fame shows, featuring only music from members of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Thursday nights from 8-11 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org). These will be the final three hour shows of the summer.

Here is the Headspace playlist.

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Detrimental – Gomer Pyle

The Death Of Coyote Woman – All Them Witches

The Impasse/On Leaving – Hookworms

Maze – Phish

The Rug – Big Ass Truck

God Fearing Man – Ben Harper

Driving Song – Widespread Panic

Self Made Man – Howlin’ Rain

Thru The Eyes Of Ruby – Smashing Pumpkins

Locked And Loaded – Brant Bjork

Wucan – Black Mountain

Sticky Hulks – Thee Oh Sees

Roll Call – Peter Murphy

Assault On Sanctuary – The Cult

White Heat – Verma

Bottom Feeder (El Que Come Abajo) – Corrosion Of Conformity

Pigs (Three Different Ones) – Pink Floyd

Last Day – Unida

Sleepy Silver Door – Dead Meadow

Vicarious – Tool

Get Lifted – Truckfighters

The Devil’s Orchard – Opeth

Never Lose That Feeling/Never Learn – Swervedriver

 

Get Yr Headspace

speaker-wallThe Fuzz Factory with Brett Callero. 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).

Tonight, get yr headspace. Three hours of drift away rock and roll.

8/6/15: Summer Sunshine Show

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Last week was the the Fuzz Factory Summer Sunshine Show.

Summer Sunshine Show, say that five times in a row. I dare you. Then check out the playlist. It was total fun in the sun.
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Sun King – The Cult

Sunshine Girl – The Front

Stare Into The Sun – Imperial Drag

Hot Van – Black Nasa

Sunny Jim – Love Battery

Summer’s Almost Gone – The Doors

Long Hot Summer Night – Jimi Hendrix

Children Of The Sun – Billy Thorpe

Good Day Sunshine – The Beatles

Hot Fun In The Summertime – Sly & The Family Stone

Summer – War

Let’s Go (It’s Summertime) – James Reese & The Progressions

Summertime – The Twilight Singers

For The Summer – Ray LaMontagne & The Pariah Dogs

Shadow Of The Sun – Paul Weller

Indian Summers Dream – Stress

Red Red Sun – INXS

The Three Sunrises – U2

Setting Sun – Swervedriver

Snow Angel Summer – Voyager One

Summertime Rolls – Jane’s Addiction

Kiss The Sun – The Atomic Bitchwax

My God Is The Sun – Queens Of The Stone Age

Sister In Shade – Sahara Surfers

Sundown – Fireball Ministry

Suzie Sunshine – Buffalo

Children Of The Sun – Hawkwind

When The Sun Rose Again – Alice In Chains

Sunshine – The Toadies

Sunny Side Up – Faith No More

Once More ‘Round The Sun – Mastodon

117 Degrees – Izzy Stradlin

Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me – Me First And The Gimme Gimmes

Behind The Sun – Red Hot Chili Peppers

Heartbreaker’s Beach Party – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

Summer Surf – Dick Dale

Sundown – Gordon Lightfoot

Good Vibrations (Stereo Backing Track) – The Beach Boys

No More Rainy Days / Sun Sound Interlude – The Dirtbombs

We Come In The Sunshine – The Dirtbombs