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Give A Dozen Yesterday’s To Make Tomorrow Mine


Welcome to this weeks episode of The Noize Faktory, lots of cool stuff for you all in this episode, and hour three of the show is all cover songs.

Hour 1 – We start the show off with Blackfoot and the Joe Perry Project, and weave our way through the hour with a new song from Black Country Communion, one of my favorites from the Cult’s Beyond Good And Evil comeback album, and we wrap with my favorite cut from the Rival Sons’ Pressure & Time album.

Hour 2 – We kick off this hour with a track from the Twenty Two Hundred. I force some of my favorite oddities on you, like Captain Beyond’s “Dancing Madly Backwards” and Whitford / St. Holmes’ “Sharpshooter”. When was the last time you heard those? I also play a new track from the legendary ZZ Top, and their brand new CD La Futura.

Hour 3 – Undercover! I have always loved cover songs, so this will be a recurring segment as the Noize Faktory continues on. We have some great tracks from Gary Moore, Little Ceasar, Humble Pie, and Trouble to name a few. I also have a brief interview segment with Blackie Lawless of WASP where he talks about their hit cover of The Who’s “The Real Me” that we recorded in the late 1990’s.

I hope that you guys enjoy the show as always.

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