Monuments in Ruin, Ch. 100

“This week is the 100th episode! To celebrate we revisit some classics from the 60’s and 70’s! These items are a few of the records that pushed your host into this era of his life and they shall kick off the next. This is a mix of the genre benders of their day and it is no less exciting to hear them today than it was during their original release. We will discuss being a fly on wall, super groups, southern bred rock vs rockin’ bred southerners and melt our minds with a bit of fusion.” TrendKillRadio.com
KTFT – Heavy Music For A Heavy World

track list:
(00:00) Monuments in Ruin – Episode 100
(01:48) Thin Lizzy – Emerald
(05:50) The Doors – The Soft Parade
(15:55) Goose Creek Symphony – The Corn Won’t Grow So Rock n Roll
(23:20) Little Feat – Willin’ / Don’t Bogart Me
(31:02) Traffic – Dream Gerrad
(42:05) Blind Faith – Presence of the Lord
(50:16) John McLaughlin, Dave Holland, John Surman,Stu Martin,Karl Berger – New Place, Old Place

Jackie Zee, Episode 06

“All bands should have at least one song with the word “blues” in its title! At least according to Jackie Zee, who has dug up eleven awesome tracks who have exactly that in common. Join her for the fun and make it loud!”

00:00 Intro
00:40 Graveyard – Hisingen Blues
04:47 Clutch – Decapitation Blues
07:53 TarLung – Demon Sugar Blues
13:09 Black Rainbows – Cosmic Flower Blues
14:44 Elephant Tree – Aphotic Blues
20:39 Slabdragger – Mercenary Blues
32:14 AC/DC – Down Payment Blues
38:12 Orsak:Oslo – Brugata Blues
45:44 Dopethrone – Scum Fuck Blues
50:56 Orange Goblin – Demon Blues
55:35 Långfinger – Ceasar’s Blues

Rabbit Trails, Path 03

It’s winter and it’s cold!
Don’t let that stop you from having a good time!
Come hang out with David Scott at and let him take you to a summer party back in 2012 on the Rabbit Trails.

Path 3
1Too Soon My Love by Chad and Jeremy
2The Wanderer by Dion
3Rock and Roll Music by The Beatles
4Them Changes by Buddy Miles
5Jesus Is Just Alright by The Byrds
6Love Hurts by Emmylou Harris
7Don’t Let Me Be Misundastood by Joe Cocker
8Hide Your Love Away by Beach Boys
9Red Rooster by Tom Petty
10If It’s In You by Syd Barret
11All Along The Watch Tower by Bob Dylan
12I Learned The Hard Way by Sharon Jones
13Question 67 And 68 by Chicago
14Shotgun by Jr Walker & The All Stars
15Little Child Running Wild by Curtis Mayfield
16Summertime by Al Green
17See You Later Alligator by Bill Haley & His Comets

Max Wax, Vol. 70

If you recognize that image, then you’re going to love this show. If you don’t? Then this show was made for you! Mack’s digging deep into the catalogue of his favorite songwriter tonight. Rare, obscure and heavy tracks from David Ryan Adams. Some will make you rock. Some will rip your heart out.

Wake Up at the Other End of the Universe 2018-01-16

Track list
Fu Manchu : Clone of the Universe (Clone of the Universe) At the Dojo
Shotgun Sawyer : Sudden Death in the Flesh (Thunderchief)
King Buffalo : Centurion (Repeater)
The Final Age : Punching A Hole (The Final Age) Cardinal Fuzz
Centuries : May Love Be with You Always (The Lights of this Earth Are Blinding) 
Southern Lord
Zaurac : Eridanus Bubble (Zaurac)
Hidden Trails : Mutations (Instant Momentary Bliss) Elektrohasch
Fanny Adams : Ain’t No Loving Left (Fanny Adams) Buy or Die
Der Warrior : Bronson (Mannborg)
Mother Engine : Weihe­Leerhauf (Hangar) Heavy Psych Sounds

Monuments in Ruin, Ch. 99

“Improvisation is something most people do not even consider is happening around them every second of the day. The ability to adapt is one of the greater gifts the mind provides for us. Join your host this week as he showcases a few audio sources of great inspiration, adaption and improvisation. There are no roads, only the destination we focus our minds toward.”

track list
(00:00) Monuments in Ruin Intro
(00:19) Marvin Gaye – Right On
(07:51) Feka Kuti – Expensive Shit
(23:11) Freddie King – Aint No Sunshine
(26:29) Bobby Hutcherson – Components
(33:19) Herbie Hancock – The Eye Of The Hurricane
(39:18) Jackie McLean – Kahlil The Prophet
(49:45) Eddie Gale – The Coming of Gwilu