Playlist for the Fuzz Factory with Brett Callero – 3/9/17
Welcome to the Fuzz Factory. Home of thick guitar riffs, psychedelic rock twists, spaced out grooves and more cowbell.
This week the Compare/Contrast feature was two of the heavy hitters in the rock & roll world. Aerosmith & Deep Purple. Both bands have had more than one life. Aerosmith has had virtually the exact same lineup therein entire history. Deep Purple on the other hand have changed members often, with the rhythm section remaining the main constant. Both bands have stretches where one could argue they were the biggest hard rock band in the world. For the set of their music tonight, I featured their best years. Early 70’s for Deep Purple. Mid 70’s for Aerosmith. When both bands were popular but still hungry for more. When they rode the edge in more wats than one, and fell over that edge on more than one occasion.
I also played a few brand new songs as well. They were mixed in with rock and roll released over the last 30 years or so. Umm, yeah, the playlist rocked, but what else would you expect from the Fuzz Factory. Tune in every Thursday night 8-10 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org).
Here’s the playlist.
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By Crooked Steps – Soundgarden
Angel Eyes – Jerry Cantrell
You’re So Vague – Queens Of The Stone Age
A Perfect Day Elise – PJ Harvey
Witches Hand – Popstrangers
My Iron Lung – Radiohead
Backteeth – Elevator To Hell
Yesterday’s Blowin’ Back – Dead Meadow
Break A Guitar – Ty Segall
We Are Floating – Archie Bronson Outfit
Smile – The Go
When You Were Mine – The Church
Hot Thoughts – Spoon
Fact 67 – The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Top Yourself – The Raconteurs
Street Fighting Sun – Blitzen Trapper
Shela – Aerosmith
Lord Of The Thighs – Aerosmith
Combination – Aerosmith
Round And Round – Aerosmith
Space Trucking’ – Deep Purple
No One Came – Deep Purple
Sail Away – Deep Purple
Perfect Strangers – Deep Purple