iVoryTowerz Radio: Travelin' Music

Another trippy ride down the eclectic road with the underground podcast this week, after a week off while the hosts were journeying elsewhere. So the road is where our thoughts are centered. Sometimes the test of a good rock 'n roll show is to take it out the highway. We hope you'll road test this one. First though, let's check the map. The first exit looks like British folk rock which winds through progressive rock and indie rock. Don't miss that left turn into grunge. Then there's that big loop around new wave, punk, and post-punk. Finally, the home stretch has glam rock (in a "Jeepster," of all vehicles) and heavy metal. Don't set the cruise control because it seems you'll need to keep the accelerator punched manually for this excursion. Enjoy!

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"Traveling's Easy" by Anne Briggs
"Mykonos" by Fleet Foxes
“The Story in Your Eyes" by The Moody Blues
"Detlef Schrempf" by Band of Horses
"I Still Want to be Your Baby (Take Me as I am)" by Bettye LaVette
"I Heard of a Girl" by Miss Li
“Doll Parts” by Hole
Jeff’s New Wave: “Don't Stand So Close to Me” by The Police
“Modern Girl” by Sleater-Kinney
“Short Fuse” by The Black Lips
"Viva La Resistance" by Hypernova
Cover Me: "Leopard-Skin Pillbox Hat" by Beck
"Jeepster" by T. Rex
"Vaccination Scar" by The Tragically Hip
"Unafraid" by Queensrÿche
Rick's Metal Shoppe: “Seven” by Megadeth

(Mp3 Runs - 1:19:17; 73 MB.)

The program includes songs with explicit lyrics.

(Graphic by thomsimonson via Flickr, using a Creative Commons license.)

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