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Nov 1, 2019 3:00 AM – 5:00 AM
With Ryan Cain
From classic to modern, Rolling Thunder brings you a diverse mix of rock styles, including psychedelic, progressive, and even a bit of metal. Ryan Cain spins all of that and more, adding in some blues and jazz for good measure. That's Rolling Thunder, every Tuesday from 3 a.m. to 5 a.m.
Lowcaster Prologue / Flames Bemoan the Tide / Passage N
Flames Arise Ripple Music 2019
We get things kicked off with this nice slice of epic doom.
Blackwater Holylight Seeping Secrets N
Veils of Winter RidingEasy Records 2019
Some more doom with some wonderful female vocals.
Infinity Forms of Yellow Remember Great Vibrating Seasons
Infinity Forms of Yellow Remember Cardinal Fuzz 2019
Some really cool psych sounds coming out of the UK.
Trapeze Fairytale / Verily Verily / Fairytale
Trapeze Threshold 1970
Just picked up this fine album. Their self-titled debut is a little more on the psychedelic side than their later, more popular albums.
Steppenwolf For Ladies Only
For Ladies Only Dunhill 1971
Can you go wrong with a little Steppenwolf? I think not.
Angel Long Time
Angel / Helluva Band BGO 2006
Coming off their self-titled debut originally released in 1975.
Supertramp Hide in Your Shell
Crime of the Century A&M 1974
Commonly mistaken as their debut but it is actually their third release. Classic album.
10cc Don't Hang Up
How Dare You (Remastered Version) Mercury 1997
Originally released in 1976, their fourth and final album with the original lineup.
Miles Davis Prelude, Pt. 1
Agharta Legacy/Columbia 1976
I don't play near enough Miles so enjoy this killer cut.
Bob Dylan Billy 1
Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid (Remastered) [Soundtrack from the Motion Picture] Columbia 1973
Your Dylan of the Day!
Steve Cash White Trash: Caleb
White Mansions: A tale from the American Civil War 1861-1865 A&M 1978
This album features many great artists including Waylon Jennings, John Dillon and Steve Cash from the Ozark Mountain Daredevils, and the guitar work of Eric Clapton and Bernie Leadon. That'll do it for this week, hope you enjoyed the tunes and I'll be catching up with you next week.