Episode #47 (Joe’s Garage Act IX) starts with a mini-tribute to Peter Tork and another nod to the late great Ken Nordine. We go a little deeper into the return of The Long Ryders and the wonderful new “proggy” project from The Claypool Lennon Delirium sends us on a math rock adventure best enjoyed after dark. Todd Rundgren pulls out his blues chops with a blistering guest appearance on John Mayall’s new album, Jason Ringenberg pays tribute to The Ramones and Gary Clark Jr.’s new record finally lives up to the hype. We take stops at sounds from The Motors to The Illusion, Bill Callahan with and without Smog, Leslie West to Gary Myrick, a Strawbs family tree and some previously unreleased Tom Petty. The three plus hours of this Basement episode also includes the 45 that changed my life. Thanks for the generous donations (https://paypal.me/pools/c/8beKwFWlHR) and most of all for listening.
2/25/2019 05:31:27 pm
Fidelity seems way up on this show. Sounds great! Thanks as always Mike!
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