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Underground 70's Rock Hidden Gems
Clean
November 18, 2017 03:57 PM PST
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Welcome to AFU Podcast!! Sorry it’s been a little time since my last Podcast but this one is going to be sooooo… worth it. This is dedicated to the unsung bands of the 70’s rock scene that never got a chance to break it into the mainstream (other than UFO and Whitesnake). I have been an avid vinyl record collector and love seeking out extremely hard to find and rare records. So this podcast are all vinyl rips from my collection. The artists you will hear here are truly amazing and the forefront of Rock, Hard Rock Jam, Prog and Proto Metal in the 70’s along with just plain badass rocking songs. Hopefully you will enjoy this one and please feel free to comment about the podcast and also recommendations of some rare 70’s artists.
Here is the track listing with some info on the artists
Bitha – “Too Much Woman”
Birtha was one of the leading female rock bands performing during the early 1970's. The band consisted of four women. All four members of the group performed lead vocals and harmonies.

Armageddon – “Buzzard”
English Progressive Group, mid 1970s. Transmutated from Steamhammer.

Buffalo – “Shylock”
Australian hard rock band active from 1971 to 1977

Fuzzy Duck – “More Than I Am”
Fuzzy Duck was an English progressive rock group from London, formed in 1970.

DUST – “Love me Hard”
American Hard Rock Band in the 1970's

UFO – “Boogie”
British heavy metal/hard rock band formed in 1969.

KHAN – “Stargazers”
UK prog rock band formed by Steve Hillage, associated with the 'Canterbury scene'. They were only active in 1971-72 and released one album.

Three Man Army – “Butter Queen”
The group was formed by Adrian Gurvitz and Paul Gurvitz, formerly of The Gun. Following the band's dissolution, Adrian played with Buddy Miles and Paul played with Parrish & Gurvitz, then reunited as Three Man Army. Their debut album, A Third of a Lifetime, featured several drummers, including Miles, Carmine Appice (of Vanilla Fudge) and Mike Kellie (from Spooky Tooth). Tony Newman, who had previously played with Sounds Incorporated and Jeff Beck, joined for the group's next two albums, and a fourth album was planned but never recorded. Newman then left to play with David Bowie, and the Gurvitzes united with Ginger Baker as the Baker Gurvitz Army.

Trapeze – “Keepin Time”
English rock band formed in March 1969 in Cannock, Staffordshire. Members included: Mel Galley, Glenn Hughes, Dave Holland, Geoff Downes, Craig Erickson.

Captain Beyond – “Mesmeration Eclipse”
American rock band formed in Los Angeles, California in 1971. The band featured former members of Iron Butterfly and Deep Purple. Drummer Bobby Caldwell (2) had played for Johnny Winter and Rick Derringer.

Sir Lord Baltimore- “Master Heartache”
Sir Lord Baltimore was an American rock band from Brooklyn, New York, United States, formed in 1968. Some have cited the 1971 review of their debut record, Kingdom Come, in Creem magazine as containing the first documented use of the term "heavy metal" to refer to a style of music; the truth is the same reviewer used the term when reviewing a Humble Pie album in Rolling Stone six months earlier. Sir Lord Baltimore featured a drumming lead singer, traditionally a rarity in rock and metal music. The group have been called "the godfathers of stoner rock.

Highway Robbery – “Fifteen”
A US rock group from 1972, Highway Robbery balanced their hippie idealism with thunderous arrangements redolent of early Black Sabbath.

Whitesnake-“Come On”
Formed : 1977 London, United Kingdom

Legs Diamond – “Satin Peacock”
US AOR Rock outfit formed in 1975. Their debut album 'Legs Diamond' came out in 1977 and they may still be going today!

Missouri – “Got That Fever”
Rock band from Kansas City, Missouri, USA (1977-1984)

Iron Claw – “ Lightning”
Scottish underground heavy rock band formed in the summer of 1969 in the town of Dumfries.

Bloodrock – “ Whiskey Vengeance”
US American hard rock band, based in Fort Worth, Texas, that had considerable success in the 1970s.

Stray – “Only What You can Make It”
British rock band formed in 1966, London, England.

Visitor 2035 – “Don Geralo’s Waltz”
VISITOR 2035 were a short-lived jazz/prog/rock band based in the UK, with the Irishman John Mason and Craig Pruess , an American residing in UK since 1973.

6th Annual Liberty Musicfest 2017 Podcast
Clean
July 29, 2017 07:50 PM PDT
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The 6th Annual Liberty Musicfest
Wed. Aug 16th thru Sunday Aug 20th

The Grape Room - Broken Goblet Brewery - Pretzel Park
Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/458239727865664

Bringing together musicians, fans and industry professionals for one incredible weekend filled with entertaining & informative events. The festival seeks to introduce music enthusiasts to up-and-coming original independent on the cusp regional and national artists. As well as provide tips and tricks to attendees on music industry topics such as publishing, touring, and social media. It is a huge networking festival that you can meet artists and music professionals.

This Podcast is a small example of the Amazing Talent that will performing at LMF. This a non stop podcast so sit back and enjoy:

Artists Track Listing:

The Indigos-The Groove
The Blind Spots-New Persona
Prin$e Alexander-Something
Memphis Crawl-Boogie No. 17
The Blackflies-Rock Beast
Ignite the Fire-Remember ME
Morning Fuzz-Silent Sun
Lamera Neta-Fantasma
Aviance-Good Boy
The Ardvark Felon-My Baby Gets Me High
Sir Cadian Rhythm-Holly's On Fire
Bad Mary-Soapbox
Anthrophobia-Droping Like Flies
Signals of Bedlam-Mass Appeal
Cess Tha Mobsta-Bro Code
Granz-Winter Street
Calla Bere & The Attitude-Benefits of Reap
Revel 9-Quietmind
Skribe-Common Ground
Redox Envy-Is It Loud Enough
Basmati Vice-Rewind
E.Joseph & the Sparrows-White Dove
Adventure Lost-Istanbul
The Sly Foxes-All My Friends
Mindless Hope-War Wagon
Illusion of Grandeur-Silent Suicide
Shadow Merchant-The Tunnel
The Riverside Odds-Philly Skyline
Streetlight Circus-Needle Down
Phenomenal Raps-Take Notes
Justin Kerecz-Pieces
Shadowplay-Empty Skeleton
Underlined Passeges-Rearview Blue
Siravo-Vessel
Fauxtron-Roll Call
Venn-Breathing
Epoch Failure-Let the Fire Grow

Dewey Beach Music Conference 15yr. Annivesary
Clean
December 29, 2015 10:37 AM PST
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Dewey Beach Music Conference 15yr. Annivesary Podcast features artists who have performed at the DBMC over the Years. The conference was stared in 2002 by Vikki Walls and its been a party at the beach ever since.

For More Information on the Conference to submit your band, attend or speak please go to:
www.deweybeachfest.com/dbmc

This is a continuous podcast with no interruptions, so sit back and enjoy the music.

The music listing in order of appearance on podcast is as follows

Halestorm
Flying Machines
Ducky and the Vintage
Zack Myers (Shinedown)
L.P.
The Kin
Davin McCoy
Rachael Platten
Melody Gardot
MUtlu
Parachute
The October
Colourside
Silvertide
Jealousy Curve
Sinclarity
Lovebettie
Atomic Tom
Sleeperstar
The Mountain Brothers
Joe Robinson
John Faye
The Alternate Routes
Cliff Hills
Sweet Leda
Da Rezarekt
Kill the Camera
Tenspoke Indies
Kingsfoil
Find Vienna
Carfax Abbey
My Enemy Complete
The Vicious Martinis
The Crash Motive
The States
Mile Marker Zero
The Mercurial
Fixer

About:
BMC may not be the biggest music conference in the northeast, but it has garnered more than its fair share of critical acclaim, rave reviews and enthusiastic return participants. This is due in no small part to the consistent quality of talent and its location.

Dewey Beach sits on a narrow peninsula between the Atlantic Ocean and Rehoboth Bay. The result is a casual, laid-back vibe that almost seems like a beach vacation. All performance venues are within a few blocks walking distance of the main conference area. No cabs, no hassle, no venues that are hopelessly disconnected from the center of activity.

With three nights of showcases and two days of demo & mentoring sessions, tradeshow and industry meet & greet events, there are plenty of opportunites to work at furthering your music career...or just experience some great performances. Industry meet & greets provide you with the opportunity to hear industry professionals discuss the issues of the day in an informal setting. Mentoring sessions and demo listening sessions allow you to get valuable one-on-one advice about your music and your career path. The charm of DBMC lies in its intimate and friendly atmosphere as registrants interact with panelists, speakers, exhibitors, musicians and professionals from all aspects of the music industry. DBMC also offers unique events such as industry cruises on the bay and VIP parties at outdoor beach clubs.

AFU - Specialcast: PUNK RAWK!!!
Clean
January 15, 2014 11:15 AM PST
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Well I finally put together a special cast dedicated to Punk!!! I first got into Punk hearing Agent Orange's Bloodstains in 1981. I found out about punk when I was a strapping young skateboarder with my G&S Board with Sims Snakes and Tractor Trucks and looking at the pictures in Skateboard Magazines. So ever since that day Punk has been in my life. I put together some of my favorite punk tracks mostly all are old skool and a little ska also!!! Oi!!!!!!

Track Listing:
Intro: McRad - Tomorrows Headline

Agent Orange - Bloodstains
X Ray Spex - Identity
Stiff Little Fingers - alternative Ulster
Sex Pistols - Holiday in the Sun
The Germs - Let's Pretend
Fear - Camarillo
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Reagan Youth - Heavy Metal Shuffle
The Dickies - Banana Split Theme
The Adverts - Gary Gilmore Eyes
Circle Jerks - Live Fast Die Young
Gang Green - Skate to Hell
UK Subs - Scum of the Earth
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Death - Where Do We Go From Here
The Vibrators - Stiff Little Fingers
Bow Wow Wow - C30, C60, C90, Go
Dead Kennedys - To Drunk to Fu*K
The Ramones - Cretin Hop
Black Flag - Rise Above
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Suicidal Tendencies - Suicide is an Alternative
T.S.O.L. - In Time
The Casualties - Riot!
The Exploited - Punks Not Dead
Husker Du - Whatcha Drinking
Bad Brains - Big Take Over
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The Clash - Rudie Can't Fail
Fishbone - Skankin to the Beat
The Selector - To Much Pressure
The Specials - Pressure Drop
Rancid - Timebomb
Blondie - Attack of the Giant Ants
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DeadBoys - Sonic Reducer
Fugazi - Waiting Room
Generation X - Ready Steady Go
The Misfits - Last Caress
DOA - Smash the State
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Outro
Flogging Molly - Drunken Lullibies

Specialcast: Progressive Rock & Metal
Clean
March 19, 2013 01:04 PM PDT
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This special special Podcast is dedicated to all things Progressive in rock and metal. I put together a great selection of music. This is a long one, but it's prog!!! So put some headphones on and get lost in the music!!!

Track Listing:
Spock's Beard - "I Know Your Secret"
Steve Wilson - "The Holy Drinker"
Disperse - "Enigma of Adobe"
Riverside - "Celebrity Touch"
Rush - "Caravan"

John Macaluso & Union Radio - "T-34"
Pain of Salvation - "Inside"
Leprous - "Bilateral"
Edgend - "Internal Fire"
Division by Zero - "The Glass Face"

Dream Theater - "Lost Not Forgotten"
Dream Theater - "Instrumedley"
Leviathan - "Blue Screen of Death"
Mrrath - "My Inner War"
Prymary - "Edge of Discovery"
Symphony X - "Iconoclasts"

Blotted Science - "Activation Synthesis Theory"
Marty Friedman - "Forbidden City"
MCM (Masi/Coven/Macaluso) - "Dead Monkey Road"
Suspyre - "The Whispers Never Written"

Tribute to The Grape Street Pub - Philadelphia, PA.
Clean
January 16, 2013 03:43 PM PST
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This is a special tribute to a music venue in the Manayunk sction of Philadelphia. I spent over 10yrs at this club working with a bunch of amazing people and musicians. I put together this podcast to pay tribute to The Grape Street Pub. There was so much music to choose from that will warrant a second edition. So I hope you enjoy this as much as I did of putting this together. This goes out to Scooter, Soundman Mike, Tom D, Andrew, Joe, Joey B (RIP) and all the staff, patrons and musicians who made GSP an room with thousands of great memories.

Buzz Zeemer - "This Town"
Huffamoose - "James"
Ben Arnold - "Everywhere You Go"
Jim Boggia - "O/P"
June Rich - "No Answer"
Stargazer Lily - "Christopher"
Granian - "Whole Again"

K-Floor - "I Will Stay"
Tommy Conwell and the Little Kings - "Moanin'"
Tom Gillam & Tractor Pull - "Diamonds in the Rough"
Transistor Rodeo - "Cutting it in Two"
Kelly Bell Band - "Ain't Like it Used to Be"
James Pace Band - "Where Do You Go"

WNOC - "Hit the Stage"
Princes of Babylon - "Babylon"
Stiltwalker - "Speed Up"
The Freaking Cads - "Supernatural"

Some of trhe many Artists who came through before they broke nationally
Jeff Buckley - "The Last Goodbye"
Howie Day - "Morning After"
Dereck Trucks Band - "Mr. P.C."
Martin Medeski Wood - "Bubblehouse"
Antigone Rising - "Run ForYour Life"
Thousand Foot Krutch - "When In Doubt"

Some of the artists that broke out of the area nationally
Isle of Q - "Sweet Potato"
Sivertide - "Blue Jeans"
Halestorm - "I Bleed"
Pepper's Ghost - "Heavy Body Bag"
Tapping the Vein - "Beautiful"
Sinch - "Something More"
Seether - "Fine Again" ***One of their 1st shows in the states, Local Guitarist Pat Callahan was asked to join the band that night"

Laughing Colors - "Roll into the Light"
Big Wreck - "That Song"
Jealousy Curve - "Useless"
The Red King - "I Hope"
DownCircleBack - "Out"
The Usual - "Sitting on the Wall"
The Mighty O.V. - "Everything"
Noosphere - "Worlds Apart"
Carfax Abbey - "Spitshine"

Big Dog Lovin - "Moody Joint"