Friday, February 28, 2020

EPISODE 3: Payola Party



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Mr. Alan Freed is a man who I dont think needs any introduction.
If you need an introduction to Alan Freed then this episode is the place to start!

He was a radio DJ who pre-dates the term "Rock and Roll" .. some people even say he coined the phrase!

The Moondog himself, had a wild and energetic career as the voice of a generation, introducing many teenagers across the nation to a wide variety of different types of rhythm and blues.
Stephen W. Terrell's (MUSIC) Web Log: THROWBACK THURSDAY: The Moondog Coronation Ball

Unfortunately he was caught up in the "PAYOLA" scandal.

Check out this show to get acquainted and pay your respects the man, the myth, the LEGEND!




Featured:
Ventures - Twilight Zone
Trixie Smith - My Man Rocks Me
Benny Goodman - Lets Dance
Gene Ammons - Jug Head Ramble
Bill Haley - Rock Around the Clock (w/ Freed)
Frankie Lymon/Teenagers- Baby Baby (w/ Freed)
The Moonglows - 2 Songs (w/ Freed) 
Danny/Juniors - Rock and Roll is Here to Stay




Extra:
-Full Episode with Alan Freed on
WINS New York
March 23rd 1955 (it was a Wednesday)


-Excellent Short Doc By Frank Allan


Show Notes:

EPISODE 2: NIGHTMARE in Punk Alley


Live at the Masque: Nightmare in Punk Alley by Brendan ...

Today's story i think of as one of those legends that needs to be shared 
 since it falls into that "often over looked" category of Rock and Roll.

This episode is about a man name Brendan Mullen and a little club called The Masque and the influence they had on the early Los Angeles punk scene circa 1977 and how they changed rock and roll forever.

Show Notes:




Featured:                                                                                               
Ironing out The Kinks - Gotta Move
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Sex Pistols Celebrate the Silver Jubilee
Randoms - Lets Get Rid of New York
Judee Sill - The Pearl
The Eyes - Dont Talk To Me
The Bags - Survive (Alice Bag)
Alley Cats - Night of the Living Dead
Weirdos - Life of Crime
Backstage Pass - Legend




BOOK: Live at the Masque: Nightmare in Punk Alley

Friday, February 14, 2020

EPISODE 1: Podcast B. Goode

WELCOME! This is the Rock and Roll History Podcast website! 

        I finally got this thing semi-up and running. Thanks for your patience!

This is where we will feature all the Show Notes and provide those cool links and pictures that tie in with the stories.

Will also post all updates here. So come here to stay updated with the show.

*Disclaimer: this was pretty much the rough draft of the show i did a while back to see how i would outline it and get the structure figured out and if i actually even wanted to do a podcast. I was winging it mostly, so its extremely rough around the edges...

That being said, its still recorded so i decided to put it up anyway.

I want to be completely transparent with you and take note of this starting point.

Cheers!

Today's Episode Celebrates the TRUE King Of Rock and Roll



Show Notes:
Chuck Berry - Johnny B. Goode live 1958 (above)
Muddy Waters - Got My Mojo Workin ("Blues Masters" 1966 Canadian TV)

If you have any questions or think i got any info wrong,
feel free to email me directly at: rnrhistorypod@gmail.com


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