8/20/15 & 8/27/15: Hall Of Fame Playlists

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Soon, I’ll post (additional) pictures of my trip to the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame in Cleveland, OH. First order of business is to catch up on the playlists.

The artists that made this music are in the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame, right now, that’s all that needs to be said.

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What Is And What Should Never Be – Led Zeppelin

Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere – Neil Young

Dreams – The Allman Brothers Band

Honey Don’t – Carl Perkins

Jailhouse Rock – Elvis Presley

One Piece At A Time – Johnny Cash

Bo Diddley – Bo Diddley

Tumbling Dice – The Rolling Stones

(I Know) I’m Losing You – Rod Stewart

Shapes Of Things – The Yardbirds

We Gotta Get Out Of This Place – The Animals

The Changeling – The Doors

All Day And All Of The Night – The Kinks

Crosstown Traffic – Jimi Hendrix

On The Hunt – Lynyrd Skynyrd

Just Got Paid – ZZ Top

Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man – The Bob Seger System

The Other Night Blues – B.B. King

That’s What The Blues Is All About – Albert King

Going Down – Freddie King

Pride And Joy – Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble

The Seeker – The Who

Glass Onion – The Beatles

Rock And Roll – The Velvet Underground

Loose – The Stooges

Blitzkrieg Bop – The Ramones

Clampdown – The Clash

Goodbye Blue Sky – Pink Floyd

Empty Spaces – Pink Floyd

Young Lust – Pink Floyd

Surrender – U2

D.J. – David Bowie

Once In A Lifetime – Talking Heads

Heartless – Heart

No More No More – Aerosmith

T.N.T. – AC/DC

Dance The Night Away – Van Halen

Ain’t No Sunshine – Bill Withers

I Heard It Through The Grapevine – Marvin Gaye

Catholic School Girls Rule – Red Hot Chili Peppers

Fat Bottomed Girls – Queen

Do You Wanna Touch Me? (Oh Yeah!) – Joan Jett

When Will I Be Loved – Linda Ronstadt

Time The Avenger – The Pretenders

 

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Immigrant Song (Live) – Led Zeppelin

Symptom Of The Universe – Black Sabbath

Sweet Emotion – Aerosmith

Calling Dr. Love – Kiss

Somebody Get Me A Doctor – Van Halen

Geek Stink Breath – Green Day

Emit Remmus – Red hot Chili Peppers

Rocket Queen – Guns N’ Roses

Billion Dollar Babies – Alice Cooper

Bitch – The Rolling Stones

I’m Bad, I’m Nationwide – ZZ Top

Mainline Florida – Eric Clapton

Ohio – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

Whippong Post – The Allman Brothers Band

Saturday Night Special – Lynyrd Skynyrd

Alabama Getaway – The Grateful Dead

Over The Hills And Far Away – Led Zeppelin

Supernaut – Black Sabbath

For Whom The Bell Tolls – Metallica

Stone Cold Crazy – Queen

Girls Got Rhythm – AC/DC

Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers – ZZ Top

Combination – Aerosmith

You Could Be Mine – Guns N’ Roses

Is it My Body? – Alice Cooper

T.V. Eye – The Stooges

Sabotage – The Beastie Boys

Gratitude – The Beastie Boys

Stone Free – Jimi Hendrix

Tales Of Brave Ulysses – Cream

Over Under Sideways Down -The Yardbirds

Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress – The Hollies

It’s My Life – The Animals

Paperback Writer – The Beatles 

Communication Breakdown (Live) – Led Zeppelin

Negative Creep – Nirvana

Peace Frog – The Doors

Fortunate Son – Creedence Clearwater Revival

Old Man – Neil Young

Feeling Gravitys Pull – R.E.M.

When The World Is Running Down, You Make The Best Of What’s Still Around – The Police

Tom Sawyer – Rush

Little Guitars – Van Halen

For Those About To Rock (We Salute You) – AC/DC

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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.

6/18/15: Anatomy Music

11098247_10154200022499897_4741223185612639000_oLast week I played music about the human body and anatomy in general. Special attention was paid to the foot, since I had foot surgery this week.

Here’s the playlist, it was a great show, a full body experience:

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Keep Your Eyes Peeled – Queens Of The Stone Age

Blackest Eyes – Porcupine Tree

Open Up Your Eyes – Tonic

Hands – The Raconteurs

The Hand – Ty Segall

Cut Your Hair – Pavement

Head – Mark Lanegan

Hand In Your Head – Money Mark

All Hands Against His Own – The Black Keys

Ice Hockey Hair – Super Furry Animals

Hands Around My Throat – Death In Vegas

Atomic Heels – The Secret Machines

Organ Donor – DJ Shadow

Kick In The Teeth – Supergrass

Kiss Your Lips – Low Pop Suicide

Mess Your Hair Up – White Denim

Head Like A Hole – Nine Inch Nails

Coming Down (Drug Tongue) – The Cult

Faces Of The Wind – Bass Drum Of Death

Withered Hand – Thee Oh Sees

Tongue – Butthole Surfers

Severed Goddess Hand – Meat Puppets

Eyelid’s Mouth – Soundgarden

Hand Of Doom – Brownout

My Fist Your Face – Aerosmith

Explosive Mouth – T. Rex

Get On The Good Foot – James Brown

Gonna Put My Foot Down – Bill Parker

Mouth Breather – The Jesus Lizard

Tight Brain – Dig

Foot – Love Battery

Feet – Love Battery

Evil Eye – Lions

Check My Brain – Alice In Chains

Face To The Floor – Chevelle

Club Foot – Sugartooth

Eyes Open – Wolfmother

Watch Your Mouth – Darlahood

Jake Leg – Baroness

Feast Your Eyes – Mastodon

Crash Course In Brain Surgery – Metallica

 

Get On The Good Foot

Once again, I have applied real life motivation and inspiration to the show for you, my wonderful listeners. How? Well, this week the Fuzz Factory special feature will be the latest installment of the Anatomy Show. Why? Well because I am having foot surgery next week. Tonight I’ll be playing three hours of great rock & roll about the whole human body, paying extra attention to the “foot songs.”

Summertime is great Fuzz Factory time. Listen Thursdays from 8-11 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (http://www.scadatlantaradio.org).

Here’s a few videos to enjoy. Things you may or may not hear on the show tonight:

 

5/14/15: Dramarama & Grant Lee Buffalo

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Really got caught up with work (the school year is ending this week) and completely forgot to post the playlist from the last show. SO, here it is now…

TUNE IN TONIGHT from 8-10 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (http://www.scadatlantaradio.org). Full on Fuzz Rock for the last show of the school year.

The Fuzz Factory with Brett Callero. Saving rock & roll radio, one week at a time.

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Into The Night – Suer Furry Animals

The Way We Get By – Spoon

Lowdown – Electrafixion

Supersatellite – Our Lady Peace

Kicking A Can Of Worms – METZ

(Gotta Get Some Action) Now! – The Hellacopters

Degenerate – The Jesus And Mary Chain

Tall Man Skinny Lady – Ty Segall

Camera (Queer Sound) – Thee Oh Sees

A Punch Up At A Wedding – Radiohead

Double Vision – The Ponys

FBI – Psychic Ills

Night Tripper – Holy Wave

Reflections – Screaming Trees

Sharp Sounds – The Sheepdogs

Gold For Bread – Blitzen Trapper

Suppose – Buffalo Tom

I Am What I Am – Spiritualized

Lone Star Song – Grant Lee Buffalo

Fuzzy – Grant Lee Buffalo

Side By Side – Grant Lee Buffalo

Bethlehem Steel – Grant Lee Buffalo

Where’s The Manual? – Dramarama

Right On Baby, Baby – Dramarama

Ain’t It The Truth – Dramarama

Tiny Candles – Dramarama

9/18/14: Meat Puppets & Toadies

table setting 3The Meat Puppets and Toadies were served up fresh last week in the Compare/Contrast Feature on the Fuzz Factory. Two completely underrated rock & roll bands. Both are classic examples of why commercial rock & roll radio is terrible. Both bands have many albums but only one song on commercial radio. One song to get sick of and perhaps eventually hate. This happens not because of the song, but because of radio. That sucks for the artist and the listener. That’s why discerning music listeners gravitate to satellite or internet radio for shows like this one. The Fuzz Factory is here to play the other stuff.

Last week I also said the show was fried and electrified. Truth is that could be said about this show every week. We all know that.

Fried and electrified. I like that. Yeah, I like it a lot. Menu = playlist. Here’s what I served up for dinner:

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Black Grease – The Black Angels

Raise – Fuzz

Crybaby Blowout – Kinski

Overrated – Helmet

Slither – Velvet Revolver

Last Believer, Drop Dead – The Secret Machines

God Is On The Radio – Queens Of The Stone Age

Head – Mark Lanegan

Dance Pt. 3 – Moon Duo

Bag – White Lung

Dirty Water Ocean – Green Apple Quick Step

Win – Sweet Water

Prayer – Dramarama

Godfather – Rose Hill Drive

Cocainium – Baroness

Three Women – Jack White

Lake Of Fire – Nirvana

Straight Up And Down – The Brian Jonestown Massacre

Siva – Smashing Pumpkins

Space Eyes – Drivin’ N’ Cryin’

Scum – Meat Puppets

Waterfall – The Toadies

Nail It Down – Meat Puppets

Severed Goddess Hand – Meat Puppets

Backslider – The Toadies

Forbidden Places – Meat Puppets

Little Sin – The Toadies

One More – The Toadies

Meat Puppets & Toadies For Dinner

Lately I have a taste for the underrated. That’s why I’m serving up some Meat Puppets & Toadies for dinner tonight. Listen for a set of each band tonight on the Fuzz Factory, 8-10 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org).

Both courses are flown in daily from Phoenix, AZ and Forth Worth, TX and are served fried and electrified. Have a taste…