iVoryTowerz Radio 64

The underground podcast features plenty of our special favorites this week from guitar gods to punk pioneers. As The Beatles predict, you might learn a few tricks by the time you've gone around the block 64 times. This being the podcast's 64th revolution is it still possible to find surprises? Certainly! So how about an exploration of more than 40 years of pop-rock? Or if you didn't get enough Elvis last week, how about a new track from our favorite Imposter? Or maybe a sample of one of the great new wave releases of all time that few actually know? One final question: Is that a painting of the Jack of Heavy Metal when he finally turns the page on 64? Who really knows? So, go. Listen. Find the answers. And, of course, enjoy!

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"When I'm 64" by The Beatles
“Tomorrow Never Knows” by The Beatles (request)
“Natalie" by Bell X1
"Me and Jesus Don't Talk Anymore" by Beulah
Cover Me: "Peggy Sue" by Eric Clapton
"Queen Bee" by Janice Wilson
"Phantom Punch" by Sondre Lerche
“American Gangster Time” by Elvis Costello & the Imposters
Jeff’s New Wave: “Life in the Foodchain” by Tonio K.
"Los Angeles" by X
"Meanest Man in the World” by John Doe
“Good at Being Bad" by Exene Cervenka & the Original Sinners
"Almost Ready" by Dinosaur Jr.
"Molly's Chambers" by the Kings of Leon (request)
"Astro" by The White Stripes
Rick's Metal Shoppe: "Enemies" by Drowning Pool

(Mp3 Runs - 1:17:31; 71 MB.) Program contains explicit lyrics.

(The graphic is by Mike Licht from NotionsCapital.com via Flickr, using a Creative Commons License.)

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