Many Sides Of Love (Part 1)


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It’s that time of the year. You cannot turn on the radio without hearing an advertisement about Valentine’s Day. I am not making a judgement, just an observation. The importance of Valentine’s Day depends on a few factors and we all know what they are. This is my way to observe the tradition.

Well, in the spirit of the season, I have decided to visit one of the most authentic expressions of love, the song about love. The subject of love (in all its variations) is the most common one in rock & roll music. Every genre and almost every artist has approached the subject in their own way. Since I literally have thousands of songs to choose from, I decided to go with only songs that put love in the title. Tune in tonight for Part One of the Fuzz Factory Many Sides Of Love special feature.

The playlist will be even more diverse than a typical episode of the Fuzz Factory. The subject matter calls for it. There are many sides to love. This playlist covers a lot of territory in that regard. Expect a few surprises and a bit of genre hopping. Tune in tonight from 8-10 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (


It’s The Return Of The Rock & Roll Zoo

This week the Fuzz Factory returns to the animal kingdom, a favorite special feature. Animals have always provided great metaphors for rock & roll music. Tonight, I’ll explore that territory by playing great songs with animal titles.

Make sure to tune into the Fuzz Factory this week. Three more hours of great rock & roll coming at you tonight, 8-11 PM (EST).

Here is a sample of what you might hear tonight in the Fuzz factory Rock & Roll Zoo.



180 Minutes Of 120 Minutes

Tonight is the first in a four part series featuring the playlists from the groundbreaking MTV show 120 Minutes. There are so many good song to play I decided to break it down according to the years the videos for these songs aired on the show. Tonight, I’m playing songs from 1986-1991.

Make sure to tune in tonight, It’ll sound a lot better than Drumpf’s big speech. 8-11 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (

Here’s a sample of what I’m talking about: