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daveb : thanks for tuning in
daveb : thanks iza!
Izabela : Good tunes Dave
Ade Arkley : !! Keep spreading it!
slaw : Worldwide audience. The word is spreading
Ade Arkley : As long as you're here, that's all that matters slaw
slaw : What's the listener count
Ade Arkley : Thanks. It really is
DrHackney : Great show. Ade. And this is worth a lot more than two quid.
Ade Arkley : Cheers Wendell
Wendell : Nice one, Ade
Ade Arkley : Yes, me too!
Tim : Yes yes daveb
Tim : Enjoyed that too
Ade Arkley : Cheers Dave. Go to it!
daveb : great show
daveb : thanks ade
Ade Arkley : Have a tip top weekend
Ade Arkley : One more to go. Stay tuned for Dave and the Lethargies. Thanks v much everyone! Will play more Bee Gees next week
Ade Arkley : This one's up your strasse as well Sam
Ade Arkley : Thanks Sam!
Sam R : cracking tune this
Shane : Jimmy Webb Is God, according to The Boo Radleys, who may have a point.
Ade Arkley : Thanks Postie! Me too
Postie : One of my all time faves AA
Ade Arkley : Hi CA Seniors! Happy Thanksgiving.
CA dreaming : Mr and Mrs CA Senior enjoying this one. Seeing them for the first time in two years. Both say hi!
Ade Arkley : 🥁🪘🛢🥁🪘🛢
CA dreaming : 👍
Ade Arkley : Somehow I guessed
Tim : Thanks for that Ade!! Love this one 🔥
Ade Arkley : Wolfie, always good to stick on some Black Sabbath
Ade Arkley : Could be Dr H, though he's not besotted with Barking. This is lovely isn't it?
Wolfie J : What a belter, that Changes track
DrHackney : Billy Braggs lovechild?
Ade Arkley : Thanks dave
daveb : love this song
Ade Arkley : CA, kicking back over Thanksgiving. You're entitled
Sarah C : You're very welcome
Ade Arkley : CA, kicking back over Thanksgiving.
Ade Arkley : Thanks Sarah
Sarah C : Liking this AA
CA dreaming : I know. No work excuse as I sometimes have. Just pure laziness!
Ade Arkley : Thanks Molly. Some great stuff coming
Molly Bloom : really good set Ade
Ade Arkley : We've been on for an hour kiddo
CA dreaming : ?
Ade Arkley : Oh hey CA. You missed my shout out to you earlier
CA dreaming : Oh the flutes. A lovely start to day. Happy Thanksgiving from over here Mr Arkley.
DrHackney : 🙂
Ade Arkley : !! You can see where Herbalizer got the inspiration right?
DrHackney : what is it about flutes and bongo.?I cannot resist.
Ade Arkley : Ten quid says Billzinho plays this on his next show
Sarah C : Hello!
Ade Arkley : Indeed not. Hi Sarah!
Sarah C : Can't go wrong with Lady W
Ade Arkley : Yes. Grace was hitting the bottle pretty badly just after this one came out. Didn't help.
Molly Bloom : @ade nothing is worse than we built this city. they're one of these bands that wrote some of the best and some of the worst songs in the world
Ade Arkley : Funky Rabbit would be good. We'll go looking for one.
Molly Bloom : @hackney there was but there was too much mixture of pot and LSD.
Ade Arkley : Molly, coconut crisps? Sounds worse that We Built This City.
DrHackney : There must be a funk cover of white rabbit out there
daveb : lights are on at least
Ade Arkley : Oh, dave wandered in. Just warming up the decks
Molly Bloom : these things have to be the worst things about the 21st century (stupid uses for coconuts)
daveb : evenin all
Ade Arkley : Don't worry. That ain't gonna happen
Molly Bloom : If you play We Built This City I'm going to choke on my coconut crisps
Ade Arkley : I'm on a mission here Molly. This is sooo good
Molly Bloom : That Ade is playing Jefferson starship is the biggest shock of my life
Shane : It was inspired by Aberfan but they thought New York sounded more glamorous. As if the people of Aberfan hadn’t had enough bad luck
Ade Arkley : "Have you seen my life Mr Jones..." etc
Ade Arkley : That's it Shane. Everyone knows it though even though they may not know it from the title.
Molly Bloom : genau
Shane : New York Mining Disaster, 1941. Catchy title
Ade Arkley : Sehr sehr gut, nein?
Ade Arkley : Everyone is Molly. Totes rare
guest_7207 (Sam R) : How deep is your love is cracking though
Molly Bloom : I'm kind of annoyed this is the first I'm hearing this song.
Ade Arkley : What about the mining incident one? Before disco Bee Gees? It's amazing
Ade Arkley : Nice one 7207!
Ade Arkley : Yes. Love those two
guest_7207 : Not sure about best song, but the best beegees title surely has to be: "fanny be tender with my love"
DrHackney : I'm with jive talking
Rob O'Cop : Should have Jive Talking on your show...
Postie : Tragedy
Molly Bloom : Echt toll
Ade Arkley : German A-side funkness coming up
Molly Bloom : I listened to crap at her age I'm really impressed
Ade Arkley : Clearly Cardiff is the epicentre of cool right now
Molly Bloom : Sorry what your guest DJ goes to Studio 54 with her friends?
Ade Arkley : Thank you to Lila!! Fantastic. We could probably play more Bee Gees. Fave Bee Gees track anyone?
Ade Arkley : True true
Shane : B&S aren’t the funkiest but Legal Man or Your Cover’s Blown would actually work well on The Get Down
Ade Arkley : Lila's last pick coming up will have Robin on his feet, if he's listening
Molly Bloom : top o' the whatever
Ade Arkley : Hey Molly
Molly Bloom : Belle et séb! Great band great television programme
Ade Arkley : And thanks Lila! Awesome pick this one
Ade Arkley : Thanks C&L
Charlie and LIVIA : Absolutely loved that xxxxx
Wendell : It sounds groovy, I’m in
DrHackney : probably worth ordering another drink to be on the safe side
DrHackney : it might ned at any moment
Wendell : When is the world neding? It sounds cool.
DrHackney : neded?
DrHackney : The world may have neded by next Friday. play it now.
Ade Arkley : Awesome
DrHackney : loving this
Ade Arkley : Wotcha reckon to this funk piano Dr H?
Ade Arkley : Next track is also my favourite
Wendell : For extra points, can anyone find the first reference to the clean Stratocaster sound as “reedy”? It really stuck… I’m thinking Greil Marcus
Ade Arkley : Steady
DrHackney : downhill from here then?
Ade Arkley : It's a beaut. May be my favourite track this week
Wendell : Ah that clean Strat… so reedy 🎸
Wolfie J : I've dabbled with 18th century Sturm und Drang, but it was never this chirpy
Ade Arkley : Me neither. Wolfgang will know
Wendell : Is this Sturm or Drang? I could never keep that straight,,,
N Rodgers : With all that guitar plucking and a strumming my fingers ain't so good at typing my name, but coming through loud n clear
Ade Arkley : !!
Charlie and LIVIA : Soz it was probs my phone
Ade Arkley : Wouldn't be the first time we've had technical issues
Ade Arkley : Cool. Got thrown by Charlie and Livia there. Thanks all
slaw : Can hear you
DrHackney : we hear you
Charlie and LIVIA : Doing great!
Wendell : From Brentford
Shane : You’d think you’d be able to spell your own surname Nile
Wendell : I think that’s Nigel Rogers
Charlie and LIVIA : It’s back
Charlie and LIVIA : Ades where has the sound gone
Ade Arkley : Hey Nile. I'll take one
DrHackney : Hey Nile
N Rogers : Any of my fans out there want to bid for one of my guitars?
Ade Arkley : How funky we feeling out of ten? Anyone listening somewhere exotic?
Ade Arkley : Hey Charlie and Livia!
Wendell : But a trice by electric scooter from a certain Ospedale Mangiagalli, Livia… ask your sister
Wolfie J : Another great track I see being played in my show
Charlie snd LIVIA : WOOOHOOOOOO
Wendell : Shout out to all the MI-TO peeps…
Wendell : This is Wendell Maas, reporting from Aperitivo Hour in Bar Brera, MI
DrHackney : I only heard this track for the first time a few weeks ago. Shocking gap in my musical knowledge. How's Milan?
Ade Arkley : Yo Wendell. Big shout out to Wendell on the road in Milan
Wendell : Bello
Wendell : Lo Sonics
Wendell : ‘Sup Ade!
Ade Arkley : Yup. Love it
billzinho : even this warm-up tune is fine
Ade Arkley : The first track is going to make you want to YOWL
Ade Arkley : Yo Wendell
Wendell “Molto” : Bring it.
Ade Arkley : Hey Dr H
DrHackney : Da funk
Ade Arkley : Ready to rock?
Ade Arkley : OK. Evening all
Ade Arkley : Test
Ade Arkley : Just turning on the decks. We are off at 5
guest_3979 : Locked in and soudning great 🙂
Rob O'Cop : (the original Orbital track lasts about 11 minutes but unfortunately had to cut it short...!)
Jon : 👍👍
Rob O'Cop : Cheers, Jon, Hold on for Orbital! 🙂
Rob O'Cop : There's another album called Chiaroscuro from 2014 that's pure electronic...
Jon : Great tune to end on - awesome show Rob!!
Rob O'Cop : Yeah - been investigating their older stuff too - all v nice
Postie : Have a lp of theirs Rob, Hearts from 2011 - pretty good
Jon : I like easy 😂
Rob O'Cop : Yep. (Pretty easy this week! 🙂 )
Jon : Australia!
Rob O'Cop : Yeah, lots of old favourites tonight. Books from Boxes v good too...
Jon : Oh my, Maximo Park too - spoiling us tonight!! I think I'm adding Books from Boxes to my future playlist right now!!
Rob O'Cop : He must be related to James Earl Jones or Barry White (or both)! 🙂
Jon : Notsomuch 😂
Rob O'Cop : Singer doesn't sound like them! 🙂
Jon : Intro sounded like enter sandman by Metallica!!
Rob O'Cop : Yeah, rediscovered this one, having not heard it for yonks...
Jon : Loving a bit of White Lies!!
Rob O'Cop : Yeah, Lemondaze v good - only a few tracks available, but all good
Postie : Lemondaze, good 👍
Postie : Top, Top album. Loved their ear crushing gigs.
Rob O'Cop : my bloody valentine - loveless was so ahead of its time...
Postie : Yeah, doing the same! A track from their last lp
Rob O'Cop : Postie - you might like the next shoegaze section too! 🙂
Rob O'Cop : Will include them in my next show!
Rob O'Cop : Hey Postie! Yeah, thought it would be up your street...
Postie : Rob, really liked that Cielo Oceano stuff you put me onto
Rob O'Cop : The Prodigy Experience (with Charly, Out of Space, etc.) was first. Then Music For The Jilted Generation (with Voodoo People, Poison, etc.) second.
Jon : 👍
Jon : * scribbles down an idea for a track *
Rob O'Cop : Jsut checked - Fat Of The Land was their 3rd album!
Jon : Ooh,
Rob O'Cop : Sorry, wouldn't be the first - there was all the old 'Charlie Says' stuff before that...
Rob O'Cop : Their first one, I think. Fat Of The Land?
Jon : Good call! What's the album this was from?
Rob O'Cop : Thought it was about time I included some old skool Prodigy, Chemical Brothers, Orbital, etc...
Jon : Great track choice!
Rob O'Cop : Ha! Hope this has woken people up! 🙂
Rob O'Cop : Yes, her voice gives something different
Shane : Yeah, definitely
Rob O'Cop : She reminds me of Nico from The Velvet Underground!
Shane : It’s a really good album, isn’t it. She has an endearingly odd voice
Rob O'Cop : Thanks to Shane for the intro to this new Anika album...
Jon : This is very nice stuff...
Rob O'Cop : Indeed. We had Prince Chas and Bojo praising AZ today (grand opening of big new research centre in Cambridge)
Jon : Ode to a vaccine...
DJ K : Looks like there are loads of bands on the US indie scene I haven't heard of
Rob O'Cop : 🙂
DJ K : 😁 I was going for Arizona
Rob O'Cop : And fancy writing a track about AstraZeneca!
Rob O'Cop : Nice track which I randomly stumbled upon
Rob O'Cop : Yeah, this is Now Now (not nao nao nao! 🙂 )
Bob Barclay : This is nice, this Now Now thing
DJ K : Does Chuck Chase come after Bob Barclay?
Jon : Not that I've seen so far DJ K but I'm in hoping for something at the weekend!
Bob Barclay : Can't imagine why
Jon : 🤣
DJ K : Any Northern Lights Jon?
Rob O'Cop : Aha! 🙂 (Sorry, Bob - I sometimes get you mixed up with Ade!)
Bob Barclay : Bob you mean? You said the name of the next song was nao nao nao
Rob O'Cop : Sorry I missed last night - was out with work
Rob O'Cop : BTW, Ade, what are you Chinny-ing?
Bob Barclay : Iceland's nothing. We had a geezer on last night from Smolensk.
Rob O'Cop : Hello Iceland!
Jon : Evening all from a snowy Reykjavik!! Really enjoying all the Pip Blom I'm hearing around here!!
Bob Barclay : Chinny Hill
Bob Barclay : Nao nao nao
DJ K : New themes
Rob O'Cop : Good! What's the theme? Are you going round the years again?
DJ K : Of course....
Rob O'Cop : So DJK - are you on next week or...??
Rob O'Cop : Yeah, Zuzu = really nice scouse indie pop. Will check out more Television...
DJ K : Seminal Television album
Rob O'Cop : BTW, I'd never heard that Marquee Moon track before!
DJ K : Possibly but not sure. Liking the Zuzu track
Rob O'Cop : Ha! It's on in the other room. Are they out if they lose tonight?
DJ K : Waiting for Man U to implode again?
Rob O'Cop : Sorry, lots of technical problems with this damned chat. Doesn't work on iPhone or Safari. Now on Firefox...
DJ K : What kept you?
Rob O'Cop : Evening, folks
Bob Barclay : Evening Rob. Hit me with it.
DJ K : Unreleased for 20 years this Radiohead track
DJ K : Great prelude to the show Rob....Marquee Moon 😁👍
Jon : [it's actually called that, with the asterisks - I'm not just censoring!]
Jon : If you like that Missy Eliot/Cure mashup, it's from an album called "cut the f**k up" which doesn't seem to be on general release any more but there are some brilliant mashups on there...
Jon : Also - talking nonsense about The Vintage Caravan and 2001 - that's from an album they released in 2021! They formed in 2011. #factcheckingrocks
Jon : Manchester Academy on Mar 24th 2022! (bit more local for me!)
Jon : :-O
DJ K : At the Islington Academy in March 2022
Jon : Icelandic band from back in 2001 I think...
Jon : Yeah - such a big sound. It actually reminds me a bit of Audioslave at the start there...
DJ K : nice bit of psychedelic rock there
DJ K : Evening Jon
Bob Barclay : Hit us with it Jon
Jon : Evening folks! Starting with my new favourite tune. I might start every show with this in the future 🙂
DJ K : Start your weekend with a bang....well a headbang at 11am and listen to Rock n' Rollin' Back The Years show #11. Enjoy!
Ade Arkley : Ruth is ON FIRE
Ade Arkley : 👍
Wolfie J : That's the one. Top tune
Ade Arkley : The one before this was my last one Wolfie. Black Wagon by Baba Ali
Wolfie J : What was that great Lethargy opening track?
Ade Arkley : Go Ruth Go
Ade Arkley : Thanks so much for listening folk. Have a brilliant weekend. Stay tuned for the Lethargies!
Ade Arkley : Thanks slaw! Hope you’re recovered!
slaw : Splendid variety tonight. Especially Paul Weller cover
Ade Arkley : This First Choice my favourite track of the week.
Ade Arkley : Years
Ade Arkley : One of the best dance tracks of the last 10
Ade Arkley : Hidden gem
Ade Arkley : V old. V good
Wolfie J : Great Lion track. New, or something i should've heard donkey's months ago??
Ade Arkley : You know I love this town!!
Nick : Reminds me of the reggae when I visited Jamaica
Nick : Liking this reggae track...
Ade Arkley : Thanks Nick!
Nick : Great show! Mr Arkley from High Barnet (at one time!)
Ade Arkley : I know Billzinho. Rocks out. Kae is amazing
billzinho : Brockley rocking to this one
Ade Arkley : Thanks Artie
Arthur Negus : Glad you like Antiques Roadshow
Ade Arkley : Thanks Wolfie
Wolfie J : Great disco track, AA
Ade Arkley : Oh. And this one as well.
Ade Arkley : The very definition of Get Down
Jackie Gangwolf : Machine Gun!
Wendell : Brilliant Commodores... (like there's any other kind)
Ade Arkley : This Manfred Mann is off the charts. Thanks again to Helen!
Ade Arkley : What show?
Ade Arkley : Shh Nick! And how bloody good is this by the way?
Molly Bloom : I keep thinking Burt Bacharach is a fine crystal mogul
Nick : You could have mentioned that your moniker is because you lived in High Barnet!
Ade Arkley : SAULT are an amazing collective crossing all genres. That was one hell of a track.
Wendell : Not a bit of that Afrobeat thing on that Sault track…
Ade Arkley : Helen in High Barnet on in a mo. She’s v cool
Ade Arkley : Sam just messaged to say how good this Kendricks is. It absolutely rocks out.
Ade Arkley : Evening all! Great to see you back at the restored chat function
Jackie Gangwolf : Great Hammond organ!
billzinho : my love for The Getdown gets stronger every day
Wendell : Clutch single!
Wendell : Ade’s up to bat… 🦇
Bob Barclay : This is nice Shane
Shane : Welcome!
SE23 Posse Member 1 : Ooh Shane can can, yes he can can
DJ K : This has been DJ K and you have been listening to Rock n' Rollin' Back the Years. I hope you enjoyed the show and tune in again in a fortnight on Tuesday 30th November 2021. Next Tuesday at this time it's Indiescovery with Rob O'Cop so get involved!
BJK : thank you
DJ K : Tune in next time BJK for a themed show 🤫
BJK : mystery
DJ K : Thanks for listening everyone. See you in a fortnight with something a little bit different 🤭
BJK : what years next time
DJ K : Beatrice Laus is a Filipino-British singer-songwriter known professionally as Beabadoobee. After getting expelled from Sacred Heart High School, Laus felt lost and turned to writing and music as a therapeutic release. She learned to play the guitar by watching YouTube tutorials
DJ K : Thanks BJK and sticking with the show
BJK : like this one
DJ K : "'Pyro' is the most fun and it's the most difficult. It's, uh… God… I remember the first night we played it. I was so nervous and so mad at them for making me play it. It's because I was so anxious to do it, but, thank God, it worked out and I didn't mess up."
DJ K : STP Bassist Robert DeLeo described the song to Spin Magazine as "musically is like Paul Revere and the Raiders, with that '60s sound that I've always been a fan of. It's a '60s rockin' basher."
DJ K : Thanks to Dave 'Bucket' Colwell for sharing the story behind Reach Out 👍
John N : True that
DJ K : I remember it getting loads of MTV airplay when released
DJ K : Sad that there themes in this track caught up with the singer too
John N : I appreciate that not everyone will agree....but...
DJ K : Cheers John.
John N : Top track thank you
DJ K : Chester Bennington told Rolling Stone magazine 2002: "The song is about taking responsibility for your actions. I don't say 'you' at any point. It's about how I'm the reason that I feel this way. There's something inside me that pulls me down."
DJ K : According to lead singer Chris Martin, "It was simply because that word Yellow sounded nice, it just seemed to fit, no other reason. None of the other colors would have sounded right really!" The Beatles were kind to the color when they used it in their song "Yellow Submarine."
John N : And there it is
Neil : Your whelk
DJ K : Hi Neil. Thanks for joining in
Neil : Hello there DJ K
Neil : What a tune!!!
Wendell : Wallinger! Tune!
DJ K : The song contains a nod to "Sympathy for the Devil" by the Rolling Stones
DJ K : If only this was live 😊
John N : If you can squeeze this in then what about the KLF!!!!!
DJ K : This song was an ironic airplay favorite in the UK when Maggie Thatcher resigned as Prime Minister in November 1990.
DJ K : A US band that are very good live. A three piece
BJK : never heard of them but i like
DJ K : This song was written by King's X guitarist Ty Tabor, who also handles lead vocals on the track. With a straightforward message - "It's love that holds it all together," he calls it, "one of those socially conscious songs." Says Tabor, "I just had to say it."
DJ K : This song features a theremin, which was used in a number of sci-fi movies in the '50s and '60s.
DJ K : This is basically a love song about a girl named after a soft furnishing fabric (velour). Yeah, we were kind of baffled by the lyrics too, so we asked Pixies frontman Frank Black about them. His reply: "It's folklore based; the Rosicrucians of 1920s San Jose California had some pretty interesting ideas."
DJ K : Good movie
DJ K : Just been to see Last Night In Soho and surprised this wasn't in the soundtrack
Bob Barclay : Nah
DJ K : That's not Bob is it?
DJ K : Hi guest_7298. You can amend the name to your own if you want. It was on the poster 😊
guest_7298 : Wow so much nwobhm nostaglia in one show!
DJ K : 🤣
Wendell : Biff Byford is a hell of a handle for a lead singer of Saxon. Plus change one letter and turn him into an arch-intellectual former editor of Granta.)
Bob Barclay : 😂
DJ K : In the words of Abraham Lincoln, "People who like this sort of thing will find this the sort of thing they like."
DJ K : This song is all about speed, with a driving riff written by Saxon guitarist Paul Quinn. When we spoke with lead singer Biff Byford, he explained: "It's a song about the motorcycle attitude. Not many people write songs about motorcycles, so it's all about the attitude and aggression and the speed of the song, really. There aren't too many lyrics on that one."
DJ K : Only for 1980
Bob Barclay : Is this Spinal Tap?
DJ K : We have a winner Wendell
DJ K : That was some double bill
Wendell : I'll take "Bands with a song title that shares a word in their band name" for 200 dollars, Alex.
DJ K : And they win a prize for the oddest support act at The Marquee.....Billy Bragg
DJ K : Angel Witch used to have a regular slot at The Dutch House in Sidcup for any South Londerners on her
DJ K : Beware managers that own cardboard factories....how 1980's 😉
DJ K : Says Harris of this Diamond Head: "We didn't know s--t." Unfortunately, their inexperience was taken advantage of by their manager Reg Fellows. Fellows, who owned a cardboard factory, was responsible for the low-quality first album issue (aka "The White Label Album"), and would go around afterwards reselling the album under various names (Am I Evil?, To Heaven From Hell, Behold the Beginning), even with different cover artwork. The band has since been vocal in protesting how they'd been exploite
Bob Barclay : Only kidding DJK. Top tunes!
DJ K : 🤣
Bob Barclay : Change one letter in a Rush song to make it even more boring. I’ll go first. Tom Lawyer.
DJ K : A box for Sabbath John! That must have been weird.
DJ K : Hi Bob.... how ever did you guess
DJ K : If only...Just the one Rush song guest_3412 🤣
Bob Barclay : So it was DJK. Great show now you’re here too. Amazing songs all in a row from 1970.
guest_3412 : Just the 97 mins of Rush to get through
John N : i can't remember now exactly how but I pulled a corporate and was in a box!!! Very R&R
DJ K : Ozzy is playing the O2 next March so maybe thats half a farewell
DJ K : I was there too
John N : Good memories of Sabbath "farewell" show at the O2 - thanks DJK
DJ K : He probably meant thesound.fm too 😉
DJ K : Rush drummer and lyricist Neil Peart explained this song in an interview with Billboard magazine: "'The Spirit Of Radio' was actually written as a tribute to all that was good about radio, celebrating my appreciation of magical moments I'd had since childhood, of hearing 'the right song at the right time.'
DJ K : Deep moral
DJ K : lapton was seeing Pattie Harrison and deeply in love with her when he wrote this. A lot of people knew about the affair, since it wasn't easy for someone as famous as Clapton to keep a secret. Bobby Whitlock, who was in the band and good friends with both Harrison and Clapton, told us: "I was there when they were supposedly sneaking around. You don't sneak very well when you're a world figure.
DJ K : Seems like some of these fan classics came easy to these bands 🙂
DJ K : them, because we never thought of ourselves as a singles band. We spent a whole afternoon trying to get a riff and nothing happened. Round 7:30 we decided to go down to the pub and stayed there until closing time and came back to the studio completely drunk wherupon Ritchie (Blackmore) picked up the guitar and started playing what was to become 'Black Night' and we said 'yeah, that sounds great let's do that.'"
DJ K : Bands often complain about record companies putting pressure on them to produce a hit song, but in many cases, these tactics work. That was the case here, as Deep Purple bass player Roger Glover explained in a 1988 interview with Metal Hammer. Said Glover: "I love the way that song was born. It happened one night in the studio after we finished Deep Purple In Rock and the management were screaming for a single, because there wasn't an obvious single on the album. So we thought that we'd humor th
DJ K : "Paranoid" is a fan favorite, the far from a band favorite. Geezer Butler told Guitar World magazine, March 2004, "A lot of the Paranoid album was written around the time of our first album, Black Sabbath. We recorded the whole thing in about two or three days, live in the studio. The song 'Paranoid' was written as an afterthought. We basically needed a 3-minute filler for the album, and Tony came up with the riff. I quickly did the lyrics, and Ozzy was reading them as he was singing."
DJ K : Simon Kirke of Free said. "'All Right Now' was created after a bad gig in Durham, England. Our repertoire at that time was mostly slow and medium paced blues songs which was alright if you were a student sitting quietly and nodding your head to the beat. However, we finished our show in Durham and walked off the stage to the sound of our own footsteps. The applause had died before I had even left the drum riser. When we got into the dressing room, it was obvious that we needed an uptempo number,
Manoj : Pretty cool
Manoj : Done
DJ K : Hi Manoj....you can change your name if you like
DJ K : Hi Bob....think your praise was meant for the the myriad random song generating machine
Wendell : I am driving and in danger of losing points.
guest_1158 : Long time since I heard this
guest_1158 : Hi dave it’s manoj
DJ K : Evening Josh
DJ K : Thanks Wendell and Co for restoring the chat
DJ K : Evening all. Hope you are enjoying a good start to your week and that you enjoy the next couple of hours of Rock n' Rollin' Back the Years. This weeks show starts way back in 1970 😋
Bob Barclay : That Tosca track was the dog's
Josh91k : Looks like messaging is back up!
Wendell : Tosca! 🙂
Bob Barclay : And well done whoever restored the chat. We've missed it.
Bob Barclay : Lovin the tunes DJK
Wendell : Thesound.fm. For when your other parts feel less than fresh.
Wolfie J : Apols. Tied up with something else, but glad it's refreshing the parts other stations fail to reach
Wendell : Hard to imagine a Who track, particularly from such a pored over album as Tommy, that is a total greenfield mystery to me, but there you have it. The Amazing Journey. Never (consciously) heard it.
Postie : Great run of...
Postie : Get run of tunes WJ 👍
Wolfie J : Refreshes the parts...
Postie : Love the ads, WJ - classics
billzinho : Haha walt’a in majorc’a … been a while
billzinho : Impressive geology, Wendell
Wendell : Remembering Gondwana as the single global land mass before tectonic partition... and thinking we need to raise our trivia game here at TSFM
Wendell : Thanks to you also guest_4304... a quick note about the chat, it does seem that you can avoid the Squid Game anonymity (should that be your bag) by entering your handle only once; the chat remembers it.