Show #57: Slowhand

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Some people need no introduction, and that includes Eric Clapton, the man known as “slowhand.” Everyone talks about his mad guitar skills, but few realize that he’s been shredding his ax in more bands than anyone else. Maybe that’s why he’s the only dude to ever win three inductions into the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame. Three times a charm or whatever they say. So sit back, relax, and listen to slowhand evolve through the ages of Rock awesomeness.

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Show #52: Magic Hat

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Woo-ee, I tell you what Earth. The Mixed Brew today sure was one crazy mix. It was all over the place, yet somehow magically tied together in an epically awesome way. We have Magic Hat brewskies to thank for that, the inspiration behind this mixed brew. See, magic does happen when you drink beer, not just bad decisions, foggy memories, and injuries.

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Jam of the Week: The Beatles

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Jam of the Week

Artist: The Beatles

Album: With The Beatles

Genre: British Invasion

Date: 1963

Sound: The Greatest Band of All Time

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Show #18: I’m Going Home

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I know we had a Jam of the Week honoring Alvin Lee, but that doesn’t quite do him justice. Today was all about the bombastic guitar fury from one of Rock ‘N’ Roll’s greatest ax slingers. Though he’s mostly known for his epic performance of “I’m Going Home” at Woodstock, he was the prolific frontman of a very underrated Blues Revival band. So let’s honor him the only way I know how: By jamming to his tunes as loud as possible.

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Show #17: The Quiet Beatle

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How has TRR gone this long without rocking to any Beatles? That right there is what they call failing. Well it’s time to turn things around, because today is all about The Beatles. Well, one Beatle in particular: The Quiet Beatle.

George Harrison was anything but quiet, which you’ll notice after hearing his killer Beatles tunes. Lennon and McCartney usually allowed him an average of one or two songs per album, and he sure didn’t disappoint. I think some of the best Beatles songs were Harrison songs, but hey, you tell me what you think, because thinking thoughts is a good thing (or so I’ve been told anyway).

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