Deep Purple & Aerosmith

Tonight on the Fuzz Factory, I’m gonna feature a couple of heavy hitters at the end of the show. Aerosmith and Deep Purple. Gonna only feature the prime years, when they were young, hungry and filled with toxins.

Beyond that, I’ve got plenty of great rock & roll to play for you. Including brand new songs from Ty Segall and The Brian Jonestown Massacre.

Here’s a taste of what you could hear…


9/4/14: Classic Rock Cuts The Deepest

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I gotta admit, it’s been a strange week. Exhausting in an atypical way. All this left me without a grand plan for the playlist so a sense of forced inspiration was called upon. Throughout the week I was playing old music. Things from the 70’s or earlier. I thought about the concept of Classic Rock itself and how it’s become more and more typical in terms of what’s played on commercial radio. Unfortunately, the “deep cuts” are now only found on satellite radio and internet radio shows dedicated to the concept as a whole. With that in mind, I spontaneously put together my version of the deep cut concept.

Classic Rock cuts the deepest. The playlist is listed below.

Make sure to tune into the Fuzz Factory next Thursday (9/11) for the last 3 hour show of the summer. It’s also my birthday. That in itself is a reason to turn the volume up and celebrate. So you’re invited – be there for my birthday party. 9/11 from 8-11 PM on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (

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Fun House – The Stooges

The Width Of A Circle – David Bowie

Lazy – Deep Purple

Collage – The James Gang

Ballad Of The Hard Man -Thin Lizzy

The Core – Eric Clapton

Make Me Smile/Now More Than Ever – Chicago

Glad – Traffic

Dreams – The Allman Brothers Band

Six Blade Knife – Dire Straits

Ten Years Gone – Led Zeppelin

Ezy Rider – Jimi Hendrix

I’m Coming On – Ten Years After

I’m Your Captain/Closer To Home – Grand Funk Railroad

On The Road Again – Canned Heat

Electricity – Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band

The Changeling – The Doors

Half Moon – Janis Joplin

30 Days In The Hole – Humble Pie

Franklin’s Tower – The Grateful Dead

Sway – The Rolling Stones

Glass Onion – The Beatles

Jump Into The Fire – Harry Nilsson

Climb Up On My Music – Rodriguez

Buick Mackane (original version) – T. Rex

Big City Funk – Dennis Coffey

Liar – Argent

When You Dance, I Can Really Love – Neil Young

Perfection – Badfinger

Nothing In This World Can Stop Me Worry ‘Bout That Girl – The Kinks

Bootleg – Creedence Clearwater Revival

Bummer In The Summer – Love

Fearless – Pink Floyd

Making Memories – Rush

Need Your Love – Cheap Trick



Classic Rock Cuts The Deepest

Tonight I compete with the NFL for the first time all year. I like football, so I wish there was a Friday night NFL game instead. Regardless, this week it’s just Green Bay vs. Seattle. Turn the sound down on the Packers getting pounded by the Seahawks and listen to the Fuzz Factory.

Classic Rock cuts the deepest. Don’t you think?