iVoryTowerz Radio: Beyond Inspiration

This week the musicology on the underground podcast delves deeply into inspiration and how sometimes music goes beyond inspiration. Yes, we're talking about borrowing musical ideas and sometimes what goes beyond borrowing. Listen for yourself to see if you can pick up the musical themes that carry through at least two of the sets on this podcast. We also have a musical tribute to Kansas City. Plus, this week the musical time tunnel stretches back about as far as we've ever been, looking at more than 80 years of inspirational sounds. Just check out this eclectic mix: power pop, heavy metal, new wave, jump blues, soul, country folk, and more. Strap on the headphones and enjoy.

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"Musterion" by Joe Satriani
Rick's Metal Shoppe: "Money Talks" by Deep Purple
“867-5309 (Jenny)” by Everclear
“The Pedestrian" by The Foxboro Hottubs
Jeff’s New Wave: "Mystery Achievement" by The Pretenders
"Silver Lining" by Rilo Kiley
"My Sweet Lord" by George Harrison
“He's So Fine” by The Chiffons
Cover Me: "96 Tears" by Big Maybelle
"Kansas City Blues” by Big Joe Turner
“Kansas City" by Hank Ballard
"Kansas City Stomp" by Jelly Roll Morton
"Lay It Down" by Al Green
"War" by J.J. Grey and Mofro
"Chain of Fools" by Clint Black & The Pointer Sisters
“I'm Ahead if I can Quit While I'm Behind” by Jim Ford

(Mp3 Runs - 1:22:52; 76 MB.)

(The photo is by Toots Fontaine of the U.K. via Flickr, using a Creative Commons License.)

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