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What If A Band Member Left? No Difference!!!

The Ferris Wheel Serious Rock Talk Podcast

Release Date: 02/29/2020

The Doors & the Five Factors that Made Them Famous show art The Doors & the Five Factors that Made Them Famous

The Ferris Wheel Serious Rock Talk Podcast

The Doors & the Five Factors that Made Them Famous. Unless a band can conquer the Five Factors, it'll likely never have lasting success. Using The Doors as a great example of what happens when musicians hit 5 home runs, Dr. Clarke entertains, educates, and gets to jabber about his beloved Lizard King & Friends.

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What Was So New, About New Wave!!! show art What Was So New, About New Wave!!!

The Ferris Wheel Serious Rock Talk Podcast

New Wave music: What is it? Where did it come from? What killed it off? Steven Wheeler exhibits unexplored courage and tenacity as he prowls the bowels of CBGBs, shaking down ghosts for explanations, finally passing out in the long-gone Max's Kansas City, listen in...

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Bryan Adams and his Global Success show art Bryan Adams and his Global Success

The Ferris Wheel Serious Rock Talk Podcast

Bryan Adams & His Global Success: How did he do it? Against so many odds?Adams is the ultimate rock music success story. Pure talent and ambition. Listen in for much-needed inspiration. PLUS Ferris Kennedy delivers heart-felt impressions on the passing of Foo Fighters' drummer Taylor Hawkins. A wonderful tribute.

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Which Rock Stars Could You Live With? show art Which Rock Stars Could You Live With?

The Ferris Wheel Serious Rock Talk Podcast

Most Rockers wear dirty socks and don't make their beds. Eric Clapton hates to brush his teeth (so we're told from an unreliable source). If forced to, which rockers could you possibly live with? Listen in. We make your choice a little easier.

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All About Rap N' Hip Hop... and in the beginning  show art All About Rap N' Hip Hop... and in the beginning

The Ferris Wheel Serious Rock Talk Podcast

Get ready as Ferris Kennedy delivers a primer on one of the most influential movements in popular music. Take a breath and deep dive with Mr. Kennedy into a strange world of earthly delights.

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Who Sold the Most Albums? You Will Be Shocked show art Who Sold the Most Albums? You Will Be Shocked

The Ferris Wheel Serious Rock Talk Podcast

Beatles? Stones? Zeppelin? Elvis? We're not saying. You must listen to the podcast. As a bonus, we offer up personal lists of the Top 20 Rock Guitarists—and it's a little disturbing.

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Dynamic Duos: Why Breakin' Up is Hard To Do show art Dynamic Duos: Why Breakin' Up is Hard To Do

The Ferris Wheel Serious Rock Talk Podcast

Jagger-McCartney. Richards-Lennon. (That doesn't look right). Rock duos are responsible for creating some of the greatest songs of all time. But how did the individuals make out before and after their partnership? And what made them so great anyway? We offer you thoughtful, noisy answers.  

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Forty-One Final Albums of Great Bands show art Forty-One Final Albums of Great Bands

The Ferris Wheel Serious Rock Talk Podcast

Not every band gave us an Abbey Road at the twilight of their careers. Some final albums are terrible, even though the band itself once produced great music. We provide Hendrix-like feedback on 41 final albums—the good, the bad, and the sad.

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 Rock and Roll Front Men: What It Means to be Great. show art Rock and Roll Front Men: What It Means to be Great.

The Ferris Wheel Serious Rock Talk Podcast

We all have our favorite front men - but are there similar qualities that bind together the notion of 'greatness'? Yes Virginia, there are. Ferris Kennedy, though technically still on parole, gives full vent to his dark emotions and explains it all.

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The Guess Who: Canada's Great Rock Band or What? show art The Guess Who: Canada's Great Rock Band or What?

The Ferris Wheel Serious Rock Talk Podcast

Dr. Clarke builds a strong case for crowning the Prairie Princes the Kings of Canadian Rock. Listen in and check out his inviolable reasoning.

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Ever wonder if one of your favorite band made a drastic change, changes have been made on the rhythm part and went unnoticed but what if the lead singer or guitarist left, would it be the same. Motley Crue found out the hard way when Vince Neil left, and then came back after being away for 2 years, not to discredit John Corabi, but it was not the same.