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Show # 92 - More Music Than Time


One of the many reasons why I like to produce a music podcast is it gives me the chance to put together a mix of music that makes me happy. In the early 70's I got to hang out with a DJ of a local radio station and enjoyed helping her pick out the music she played on her show. Going through the list of songs for today's episode reminded me of those times and when I finished I had more songs that could possibly fit in a single show.

I kick the show off with a tune from the "Rock Goddess" Sophia Ramos called Torn. I had the pleasure of interviewing early in my podcast career back on The Big Break # 7. From there we move right into the Rusty Wright Blues band with Hell On My Heels. Sean Chambers definitely brings up a strong Stevie Ray Vaughn feel with his song Strong Temptation. I close out the first set with Walter Trout and his song Workin' Overtime that also features Jeff Healey.

David Gerald has released his second single called How I Feel from his upcoming album "Hell and Back". A new artist to the show is Dave Hole and his song Rough Diamond Child. After a short comedy bit called "Blondstar" we get right back into the music with Can't Keep Me Down by the band Helium Soul. Another debut song from the Glenn Kaiser Band called Save Me From Myself follows.

For fans of Lynyrd Skynyrd I get to play one of three tracks from Skynyrd founding member Allen Collins (and writer of Freebird) that was sent to me. In the song Chapter One from the Allen Collins Band album "Here There And Back Again" you really hear the voice and talent that Allen Collins contributed to the Lynyrd Skynyrd sound. I follow that up with a song in the same music style called Takin' All I Can by the band Rebel Storm. We bring that set to a close with My Baby Says from the Laurie Morvan Band.

There are quite a few songs in my play list that I can set on auto-repeat and listen to all day. One of my favorites is the old "T-bone" Walker song called They Call It Stormy Monday beautifully done by Christi Ana Perez that I play to close out the show.

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