3/30/17: The Yardbirds Legacy

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Last week on the Fuzz Factory, I explored the legacy of the Yardbirds. The Yardbirds are one of the most important rock & roll bands of all time. Many people credit the Yardbirds as the first band to use feedback in their songs. Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page all played with the Yardbirds at one time, think about that for a minute.

So most of the second hour was dedicated to the large legacy of the Yardbirds. Here’s the playlist:

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Bulls – All Them Witches

Cat’s Eyes – Popstrangers

Easy Way Down – Snowpony

Can I Run – L7

Grey Spring – Sahara Surfers

One Leg Up – Geezer

X-Ray Visions – Clutch

Firebirds – Clutch

Nothing New To Trash Like You – The Brian Jonestown Massacre

No Love Lost – Joy Division

Give Me The Cure – Fugazi

The Associate – The Jesus Lizard

Planet Of Sound – Pixies

Brianstorm – Arctic Monkeys

Hoochie Coochie – Band Of Skulls

Kiss The Devil – Eagles Of Death Metal

Shake Shake Shake – White Denim

For Your Love – The Yardbirds

Heart Full Of Soul – Chris Isaak

Shapes Of Things – Jeff Beck

White Summer – The Yardbirds

Black Mountain Side – Led Zeppelin

The Train Kept A Rollin’ – Aerosmith

Little Games – Pentagram

I’m A Man – Bo Diddley

Drinking Muddy Water – North Mississippi Allstars

Smile On Me – The Yardbirds 

Shapes Of Things To Come – Gary Moore

A Certain Girl – Warren Zevon

Over Under Sideways Down – The Yardbirds

 

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