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Welcome to the Free Form Rock Podcast, with our hosts, one fellow who has a wider range of musical interests and another fellow who likes to think of himself as a bit more limited and obscure, ha ha. Actually, we are proud of our diversity, as long as it stays within the limits of what is known as rock music, and we invite you to listen to our episodes and become more open-minded about music. Cheers, everybody!
 
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AC/DC - Power Up On this episode, we are graced with the presence of Devin Dungan as co-host where we review the powerful new album by a battery-charged group. We bitch a little bit (which is not an unfamiliar thing for our steady listeners) and have a lot of fun. Our tracks of the week are Black Sabbath’s “The Sabbath Stones”, The Dead Daisies’ “L…
 
Audioslave On this episode, we are joined by special guest Bob Hay to review the first album by a group that featured members of Sound Garden and Rage Against The Machine. Our tracks of the week are Pinnacle “Astral Traveler”, Y & T “Contagious” and Catherine Wheel “Black Metallic.” We finish with Lee’s song “It Seems.” Keep cool and keep being a f…
 
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Tarkus On this episode, we review the second album by a group whose members were in The Nice, King Crimson and The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown. Special thanks go to Niamh The Prog Nerd. When she was asked what album would be good to review, she mentioned this one. She has a really cool YouTube channel. Our tracks of the wee…
 
On this episode, we have a great conversation with Greg Chaisson, from the band Kings Of Dust and formerly of Badlands. He also has a solo album called It’s About Time. All of it is great musically and we are happy to discuss his music with him. Please support his music. We hope you enjoy the interview.…
 
On this episode, we are joined by James West as we review the more hard-rock/thrash album by the alternative/punk band. Before we delve into the album, we do A LOT of talking about podcasts and other stuff (whatever that other stuff may be). Our tracks of the week are Suicidal Tendencies’ “Trip At The Brain”, Dada’s “Tonite Is” and Infectious Groov…
 
Giant - Last Of The Runaways On this episode, we review the debut album by a cool group who had some recognition but should have been more well-known. Our tracks of the week are Timothy B. Schmidt’s “Tell Me What You Dream” and Lenny Kravitz’ “Circus.” We close with Lee’s song “Be Myself.” This is a cool episode and it’ll do you well to hear it. Ch…
 
Frank Zappa - Ship Arriving Too Late To Save A Drowning Witch On this episode, we talk about a lot of stuff... including the album we’re reviewing (haha). This album has a hit song a lot of people know but there’s more to this album than one hit song. Our tracks of the week are Oingo Boingo’s “Running On A Treadmill” and Spirit’s “Dream Within A Dr…
 
Wizzard - Wizzard Brew On this episode, we review the first album by a group whose leader has had his songs covered by groups many people like. Would you like to find out what we think of the album? Listen to the episode and find out! Our tracks of the week are The Allman Brothers’ “One Way Out” and Herman’s Hermits’ “Upstairs, Downstairs.” We conc…
 
Banchee - Thinkin’ On this episode, Brian Davis From"Damn Good Movie Memories Podcast"was kind enough to join us to review the second album by a band not talked about much. Our tracks of the week include The Who’s “Long Live Rock”, Foghat’s “Honey Hush” and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young’s “Ohio.” We conclude with a song of Lee’s called “Fireplace.” …
 
38 Special - Tour De Force On this episode, we review an album that causes one of us to cheer in praise and the other to scream for another reason. For fans of this type of music, well... you'll definitely hear opinions on it. If you have a sense of humor, this episode is for you! Our tracks of the week are Kenny Loggins' "Heart To Heart" and Georg…
 
United States of America - On this episode, we review the only album from the Los Angeles progressive experimental electronic rock band. Our opinions and voice levels go all over the Richter scale this time. Our tracks of the week are: Fifty Foot Hose's "If Not This Time" and Jefferson Airplane's "Somebody To Love." Lee's Track is "#1 (from 4 Impro…
 
Tesla - The Great Radio Controversy On this episode, we review one of Tesla's albums. We also have moments when one of us continues to be belligerent and won't shut up... so watch if you want to hear oddball comedy. Our tracks of the week are The Chicago Women's Liberation Rock Band's "Secretary", Bar 7's "4-Leaf Clover" and we conclude with Lee's …
 
Led Zeppelin - Presence On this episode, Eric RMCP Jordan joins us to review an underrated album from a band everyone ought to know. We also talk about blues and at least one of us makes criticisms about some stuff. Our tracks of the week are Freddy Lindquist’s “Sundae Sellers”, Soundgarden’s “Live To Rise” and Cobra Spell’s “Shake Me.” Remember to…
 
On this episode, we review the fourth studio album of a band that can be called progressive rock and folk, depending on what they choose to do. We also talk a little bit about which groups we think are getting obscure and ought to have more people aware of them. Our tracks of the week are Steeleye Span’s “Thomas The Rhymer” and Aimee Mann’s “Stupid…
 
Blues Brothers - Briefcase Full of Blues On this episode we are joined by Brian Davis Of the "Damn Good Movie Memories Podcast" to review the album by the blues revivalist duo. Our tracks of the week are Blues Brothers’ “Sweet Home Chicago”, Bacon Fat’s “Up The Line” and Kenny Wayne Sheppard’s “Alive.” We conclude with a song by Lee co-written with…
 
On this episode, we review the eighth studio album by a group who does all sorts of styles and keeps people guessing as to what they will do next. We are again joined by Brian Davis from "Damn Good Movie Memories". What do we think of the album? Listen and find out. Our track of the week are Clutch's "Tight Like That", Crobot's "The Necromancer" an…
 
Interview with Dark Beauty On this episode, we interview Liz Tapia and Bryan Ziegler of the group Dark Beauty and we talk about their first release “Fall From Grace.” and we also discuss what they will be doing in the future. We play a couple of songs from “Fall From Grace.” We were very happy to have the opportunity to talk with him. Happy listeni…
 
Muddy Waters - Hard Again We don't need to get our feet wet in this episode even though the blues master who made this album had a certain stage name. We are joined by Brian Davis From"Damn Good Memories Podcast" for this review of a later album by a musician who still had stuff to prove and plenty of moves. Our tracks of the week are Dirty Blues B…
 
John Mayall's Bluesbreakers - Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton On this episode, we are joined by the expert blues guy Brian Davis, From the Podcast 'Damn Good Movie Memories"We review the debut album by a group known for having many influential artists running through various line-ups. One of us even mistakenly thinks a certain person is on the albu…
 
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band Today we review an album that came out years before many of our listeners were born but that should not stop anyone from checking it out. We are accompanied by Brian Davis, the cool blues guy, also from the Podcast "Damn Good Movie Memories" Our tracks of the week are The Paul Butterfield Blues Band's "Born In Chicag…
 
Gov't Mule - Life Before Insanity On this episode, we are joined by the blues guy Brian Davis From the Podcast "Damn Good Movie Memories": for the review of an album whose career involves a lot of jamming and not only bread and butter (a little pun). Our opinions and counter opinions flow like usual. Our tracks of the week are Gov"t Mule's "Fallen …
 
Merry Christmas!!! On this episode, we are accompanied by Jason Thomas Broadrick from JTB's Groovy Record Room, a cool record guy. We review the first album by a band that needs to be heard more. At least we did our part by reviewing. During the episode, we talk about every subject from A to Z, including what toppings to put on pizza. Our tracks of…
 
Pantera - Far Beyond Driven On this episode, the opinions are definitely mentioned about the seventh studio album by a band who went pretty heavy. We are accompanied by James West and the conversation is interesting. Our tracks of the week are Venom “Black Metal”, Death Angel “The Dream Calls For Blood, RelayeR “Life Goes On” and Sabastian Bach “Am…
 
Camel - Moonmadness On this episode, we review the fourth album by a band that maybe more people should know about. If you don’t know anything about the group, you can listen to us reminiscing about our partying days. You’ll be entertained. Our tracks of the are Yes’ “I’ve Seen All Good People” and Sandrose’s “Vision.” We close the show with Lee’s …
 
Jefferson Starship - Modern Times On this episode, we review an album that ought to be familiar to anyone who grew up during the era when MTV played music videos. We also mention Creem magazine. Our tracks of the week are Toto’s “Hold The Line” and Stephen Stills’ “Nothing To Do But Today.” We conclude the episode with Lee’s song “Getting Dressed.”…
 
Robert Wyatt - Rock Bottom On this episode, we review Robert Wyatt’s second solo album. We get into an argument about it with a lot of screaming because our opinions are completely different and it makes one of us blow a gasket. Our tracks of the week are Pink Floyd’s “Run Like Hell” and Rainbow’s “Does Your Head Need Straightening?” We close with …
 
On this episode we have a guest host, Marissa Baby Girl Star Child Evans Stone, discussing the band’s eleventh studio album. Our tracks of the week are: Dio’s “Rainbow In The Dark”, Huey Lewis and the News’ “Pineapple Express” and James Taylor’s “One Man Parade.” We finish the episode with Lee’s song, “Finally.” Take care everyone. Cheers!…
 
Thanksgiving Special Y'all On this episode, we have a special guest co-host Edwin Cannistraci on our review of an album Motörhead-1916 that is untypical of the band but it’s a welcome change for us. Our tracks of the week are AC/DC’s “Money Shot”, “Am I Evil” by Metallica and Yes’ “Tempus Fugit.” We conclude the episode with Lee’s song “Voice Float…
 
On this episode, we review Lou Reed’s second solo album. What do we think of it. If you listen to our review, you’ll find out. We also get a bit raunchy so listen if you’re into that sort of jibe. We start the episode with Lee’s song, “Orange Hat.” Our tracks of the week are Lou Reed and Metallica’s, “The View” and Rainbow Kitten Surprise’s, “Count…
 
Shadow King - On this episode, we review the album Lou Gramm, Vivian Campbell, Brian Turgon and Kevin Valentine did. We also get a bit vocal on our opinions on certain people and this time both of us get vocal. Our tracks of the week are Lou Gramm’s “Arrow Thru Your Heart” and Bad Company’s “Live For The Music” and we close with Lee’s song “I Have …
 
John Kilzer - Memory In The King On this episode, we review an album from 1988 that was obscure when it first came out but one of us felt it needed to be reviewed. Do we both agree. Take a listen to what we say. Our tracks of the week are The Outsider’s “Ghost On The Beach”, Dirk Hamilton’s “The Sweet Forever” and we conclude with Lee’s song “Real.…
 
On this episode, we are joined by special guest James West. We review Megadeth’s fourth studio album. Our tracks of the week are Slayer’s “War Ensemble”, Metallica’s “Atlas Rise” and Zoetrope’s “Trip Wires.” We conclude with Lee’s song “Whatever You Wanted.” Stay cool everybody and keep rocking! PS Laker game is in the background my bad but it was …
 
Billy Joel - Glass Houses On this episode, we review one of Billy Joel’s heavier albums. How much do we agree on the songs? Listen and find out! Our tracks of the week are David Lindley’s “Mercury Blues” and Chicago’s “25 or 6 to 4.” We conclude with a song by Lee called “Maybe As If.” Sticks and stones can’t break solid good music. Cheers! #billyj…
 
Golden Earring - No Promises... No Debts On this episode, we review an album by a band that has made many albums so we figured we would pick one of their lesser-known releases. If you like Golden Earring, check out our episode! Our tracks of the week are The Bangles’ “Hero Takes A Fall” and Goodthunder’s “Barking At The Ants.” We close the episode …
 
Monster Magnet - Dopes To Infinity On this episode, we review an album suggested by Samuel Weitz. We also talk about some other stuff... the usual situation if one is a regular listener. Our tracks of the week are Monster Magnet’s “19 Witches”, Alice In Chain’s “”What The Hell Have I” and Frankie Miller’s “The Heartbreak.” We close with a song of L…
 
R.I.P. Eddie Van Halen It is an unfortunate and almost unbelievable moment for us to have heard about the passing of our generation’s most innovative guitar player. We talk about our experiences listening to Eddie’s playing and the group Van Halen. We play some of our favorite Van Halen songs and we also have special guest reminiscences from Devin …
 
The Smiths - The Queen Is Dead On this episode, we are joined by Bob Hay from the U2Cast podcast who reviews the third studio album by the band The Smiths. We discuss what we think of the songs and occasionally get into a little bit of banter about other stuff. Our tracks of the week are Type O Negative's "Unsuccessfully Coping With The Natural Bea…
 
Steppenwolf - Monster On this episode, we review the band’s fourth studio album. The album was a more purposeful attempt at a concept album including songs of protest. Maybe one of us does not totally agree with all the lyrics. Our tracks of the week are Rod Stewart’s “All In The Name Of Rock ‘N’ Roll” and Andy Taylor’s “Don’t Let Me Die Young.” We…
 
Survivor - Too Hot To Sleep On this episode, are we feeling the effects of the album title or do we have fans to help us cool off? Either way, we review a somewhat obscure later album by a group who had more to offer than their big hits. Our tracks of the week are Survivor's "Burning Heart" and The Ides of March's "Baby's Gonna Grow." We finish wit…
 
Queensrÿche - Rage For Order Marc and Lee are joined by Eric (RMCP) Jordan on this review of Queensrÿche‘s 2nd full album. We talk about our feelings of the band and their songs. Our tracks of the week are Stryper’s “Blood From Above” and Bang’s “Windfair” and Sabïre‘s “Daemons Calling.” We conclude with Lee’s song “Holding Hands.” Take care everyb…
 
Michael Stanley Band - Heartland Uh oh... spaghetti... oh! We do an album by a group that one of us felt needed to be done and one of us might have wondered why. Do we agree? Is this a polarizing album for both of us? If you listen, you will find out. Our tracks of the week are Paul Revere & The Raiders "Let Me", Survivor "High On You" and we close…
 
The End Machine On today’s episode, we review the album with Robert Mason on vocals and George Lynch on guitar. We also get into some heated discussions of some sort... probably. Our tracks of the week are: Warrant “Music Man”, Hog Heaven “Glass Room” and Lee’s closing track is “What People Do.” Enjoy good music! Cheers! #HeavyMetal #GeorgeLynch #R…
 
The Velvet Underground & Nico On this episode, we review the band’s debut album that is considered to be a classic with fans of this genre of music. We discuss whether or not we agree or disagree. Our tracks of the week are Steve Miller’s “Tokin’s”, The Bryds"I'll Feel a whole lot Better 'We close this Lee’s song “Saturday Cleanup Blues.” Have fun …
 
On the podcast today, Marc and Lee are honored to have Bob Reed as their special guest as they review Rush's Hemispheres. They talk about what they think about the group and the album as well as some of their other albums. The conversation was fun and interesting. Tracks of the week include Coheed and Cambria's "In Keeping secrets silent earth: 3",…
 
Interview with Netta Laurenne (lead singer of Smackbound) We have the privilege of giving you the interview we did with an excellent singer from Finland: Netta Laurenne. As well as being a member of the band Smackbound, she also performs with a band Run For Cover and has put out a solo album Lost & Found. We talk about her influences in music and t…
 
The Firm On this episode, we talk about the first album by the supergroup which had members of Bad Company, Led Zeppelin and Mannfred Mann’s Earth Band. Our tracks of the week include Warhorse “St. Louis”, Robert Plant “Big Log.” We close with a track by Lee called “Saturday Song.” Keep rocking as best you can and listen to good music! Links to Buy…
 
Black Sabbath - Sabatage On this episode, Marc and Lee are joined by Mike "Metal Mike" Tyler to review Black Sabbath's sixth studio album. We give our opinions on a lot of things outside of the album (though we eventually do review it). Tracks from the week include Blue Oyster Cult's "I'm On the Lamb (But I Ain't No Sheep)", Coverdale/Page's "Absol…
 
Ronja Kaminsky (interview) from The Pinpricks plus an album review On this episode, we had the honor of talking with Ronja Kaminsky, lead vocalist and guitarist of the German group The Pinpricks. We also review an album by the group Royal Blood called, “How Did We Get So Dark?” Please check out this episode and listen to some German music. Vielen d…
 
Bryan Ferry “In Your Mind” - On this episode, we review the fourth studio album by Bryan Ferry, the lead singer of Roxy Music. We also talk about stuff, like usual. Our tracks of the week are Smackbound “Drive It Like You Stole It” and Skyhooks “Ego Is Not A Dirty Word.” We close the episode with Lee’s song “The Glass Of Time” (with words by George…
 
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - On this episode, we review the 1976 debut album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. We begin by doing our usual casual conversation and then we get into the album. Our tracks of the week are related to Tom Petty’s music. Mudcrutch “Dreams Of Flying” and Dirty Knobs “Wreckless Abandon.” We finish with Lee’s song “Ov…
 
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