iVoryTowerz Radio: Roving In & Out of the '70s

For some unknown reason, the 1970s formed the foundation for this program. Could it be the Freudian musical touchstone of the era that grounded both of the programmers, or a mere coincidence? And then, how do you explain all that new music in this mix? Perhaps, the reason the 1970s are so prominent is the influence of Led Zeppelin, which gets an early toast due to their announcement of a one-night reunion show. Or could it be the ghost of Duane "Skydog" Allman guiding the mix this week, (he slips into the show with a guest shot on the debut of Boz Skaggs from 1969) even though he missed most of the 1970s? Whatever the reasons, the show rocks from start to finish with, as usual, about fifty years of music represented on the playlist. Enjoy!

(This podcast is no longer available.)


"The Rover" by Led Zeppelin
Cover Me: "Little Sister" by Robert Plant & Rockpile
"Lookin' for Trouble, Part II" by Kim Wilson
“Blues with a Feeling" by Little Walter
"Loan Me a Dime" by Boz Skaggs
"Do Right Woman, Do Right Man" by Aretha Franklin
"Delta Lady" by Leon Russell
“My Moon, My Man” by Feist
“Mammoth” by Interpol
“Living Proof” by Cat Power
"Society" by Eddie Vedder
Jeff’s New Wave: “On Your Radio” by Joe Jackson
"Nothing is True" by Jim Carroll
"Young for Eternity" by The Subways
"Miss Murder" by AFI
Rick's Metal Shoppe: “Loud 'n' Clear” by Stryper

(Mp3 Runs - 1:24:08; 77 MB.) Program contains explicit lyrics.

(The photo of Duane Allman is from EddieBerman of Marin County, CA, via Flickr, using a Creative Commons license.)

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