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All About the Summer of Love 1967

The Ferris Wheel Classic Rock Show

Release Date: 04/12/2021

72 Times Classic Rockers Changed Their Names!!! show art 72 Times Classic Rockers Changed Their Names!!!

The Ferris Wheel Classic Rock Show

Like DMX said in the Hip/Hop Rap World, What's My Name... The Ferris Wheel Classic Rock Show go down a list of those famous artists we all love & know, we reveal what their actual birth certificate really says.  Mom and Dad are proud for sure. Also keep a close listen to Dr Clarke get mad when the Beatles George Harrison appears on this list.  Nothing like a classic from the Ferris Wheel Classic Rock Show VAULT!!!

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The Ferris Wheel Classic Rock Show

Darlings of college rock but too moody to stay on campus while hanging with the post-punk and alternative rock crowds. Discover what all the noise was about.

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The Ferris Wheel Classic Rock Show

You start in the garage with heavy rock, garnish with grunge, then bake it up with punk and some beauty ballads. They play stadiums and when they leave, they take the garage with them. Listen in while Ferris Kennedy explains aural nirvana.

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The Ferris Wheel Classic Rock Show

The three amigos are joined by an outstanding star DJ and Bowie freak to deliver an episode that has as much panache, color and style as Bowie's hairstyles throughout the years. Listen in and go through a few ch-ch-changes.

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The Ferris Wheel Classic Rock Show

In this episode, Dr. Clarke parlays two visits (count 'em, 2) to Jim Morrison's Paris grave site, inspiring a unique, special interpretation of a seminal classic rock band that's like no other - before or since.

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The Ferris Wheel Classic Rock Show

Wish You Were, under this Division Bell, on the Dark Side of the Moon.  We are all animals with the same Atom Heart Mother.  We all like to Meddle with the Pipers at the Gates of Dawn, who are behind The Wall. I have had a Momentary Lapse of Reason, due to The Delicate Sound of Thunder.  I am always at my best when I am at the Endless River with my good friend Ummagumma.  Join the guys with their special guest Carlo, as they discuss the prog legends Pink Floyd

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The Ferris Wheel Classic Rock Show

Bon vs. Brian: AC/DC's Big Question. Is one singer better than the other? You didn't believe you'd ever get an answer to this classic rock conundrum. Ferris Kennedy puts his reputation on the line and delivers!

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The Ferris Wheel Classic Rock Show

India's Influence on Classic Rock: It wasn't just the Beatles who brought Indian music to Western ears. Steven Wheeler traces the expanding and exciting influence of Eastern music on classic rock across the latter half of the twentieth century.

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All About the Summer of Love 1967  show art All About the Summer of Love 1967

The Ferris Wheel Classic Rock Show

All About the Summer of Love 1967 - In this exclusive show, Dr. Ian Clarke burns patchouli oil, wears love beads, and puts this magical summer under a psychedelic microscope to discover why it was - and remains - so influential to pop culture and classic rock.

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Classic Rock Stars Erased by Their Own Bands - When Eric Clapton sang "I don't want to fade away" (from Bell-Bottom Blues) he was likely referring to a well-known penchant major rock bands have for axing members.Sometimes the axed member deserves it - but often, the execution is unexpected and merciless. We call it as we see it folks.

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