We’re culling together a dynamite Six-Pack of songs from all eras of the iconic German group – from the Uli days, thru the late 70s, thru both the early and late 80s, thru the 90s and beyond, we hit it all. Additionally, Ryan gives us a nice comparison of Uli John Roth, Matthias Jabs, and Rudolf Schenker from a guitarist perspective and we each whip out some of our best Klaus impressions!
So meet your girl, she’s dressed to thrill, walk around to catch the thrill, and join us as we have some fun with a Six-Pack of The Scorps!
Soundtrack Six-Pack, Volume Thirteen – Halloween Special
It’s alive! ALIVE!!!
Ghastly Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle Podcast, Zombie Joe Royland of Sit & Spin with Joe, and Eerie Eric Miller of Pods & Sods are back with the latest volume in the Soundtrack Six-Pack series. This time we’re donning some Halloween curmudgeon costumes and dipping into some classic songs from some of the greatest horror movie soundtracks ever. We’re sharing a lot of laughs, some ridiculously fun ball-busting, personal Halloween memories, and playing a new game that Jon introduces towards the end of the episode. And what’s up with Randy Quaid anyway?!?
Plus we continue our great listener picks with one from our good friend Bill Elam!
In Volume Thirteen, we’re unpacking some classics from Autograph, Tim Feehan, Fastway, John Carpenter, Dokken, Tito y Tarantula, and Gus Black.
Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle Podcast, Joe Royland of Sit & Spin with Joe, and Eric Miller of Pods & Sods are back with the latest volume in the Soundtrack Six-Pack series. Which had more car action – Smokey and The Bandit, Gone in 60 Seconds or Jon during a drive-in double feature showing Robin Hood Prince of Tides and Don’t Tell Mom The Babysitter Is Dead? Find this out and more during this bogus journey that we’re calling our Soundtrack Six-Pack Volume Twelve!
Plus we continue our great listener picks with one from our buddy David Hungerford!
In Volume Eleven, we’re unpacking some classics from Neverland, Alias, Jerry Reed, The Cult, Kristen Barry, and David Naughton.
Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle Podcast, Joe Royland of Sit & Spin with Joe, and Eric Miller of Pods & Sods are back with the latest volume in the Soundtrack Six-Pack series. Why would Dan Aykroyd with a bad wig, a fake mechanical hand, and a put-upon accent ever presume to dance in front of James Brown?? Why wouldn’t Gabe Kaplan be the ideal choice for a basketball coaching job? Why wouldn’t a NASCAR version of Top Gun work if Tom Cruise was cast?? How does Bobcat Goldthwait dressed as a rampaging Godzilla NOT win an Academy Award?!? Well, it was the 80s and not everything was as cool as a competitive arm-wrestling film starring Sylvester Stallone, let’s be real. We get into all of that and more. Plus we have a great listener pick from our buddy Alex Alt from the Sly-Dog Music Cast!
In Volume Eleven, we’re unpacking some classics from Honeymoon Suite, Peter Murphy, Pattie Brooks, David Coverdale, Billy Preston and Syreeta Wright, and Sammy Hagar.
Mutlu joins Eric in conversation to discuss the beginnings of his musical career, coming up in the Philly singer-songwriter and soul scene, how he connected with the likes of Daryl Hall and John Oates, T-Bone Wolk, Amos Lee, and The Hooters, life on the road, his arc of being signed to a major label, getting lost in one of those all-too-familiar major label shuffles, and most importantly some of the origins and meanings behind the songs on his new independently released EP, Good Trouble.
Mutlu is at heart a soul singer and songwriter, but his work ranges from super sexy songs complete with a wink and nod to 70s and 90s R&B, fun songs, songs with important social commentary, tips of the cap to styles like reggae and rap, songs about emotions we all feel like depression and loss, and even mixing in some traditional and pop influences from his Turkish heritage.
On this Six-Pack episode, Paul Underwood of Glory Days Radio, Jon Lamoreaux of The Hustle Podcast, and Eric Miller of Pods & Sods are blasting some hits and some deep cuts from these undeniable jukebox heroes. From their 70s hard-rocking days to the 80s heyday of monstrous, chart-topping ballads, Foreigner has blazed a unique trail. Lou Gramm’s voice coupled with Mick Jones’ catchy riffs and guitar mastery were staples of rock radio – and still are to this day. As usual, we’ve got some interesting detours and deep cuts that you may have never heard. Fun to discover, always. But we’ve also got a hit or two, lots of laughs, and some terrible singing.
So sit back, let us show you what love is as we get hot blooded AND remain cold as ice with Foreigner!
On this Six-Pack episode, Brian Linnen of Permanent Record Podcast, and Noel Fogelman of Reliving My Youth join Eric Miller of Pods & Sods to celebrate the music of Collective Soul. These guys have sold millions of records, have toured the world, scored a string of hits, and have a very loyal fanbase. We picked some wonderful songs – some heavy, some a bit rock-funky, some on the ballad side of things, but all incredible. We also discuss their place in the music scene – are they under-appreciated? Eric closes the episode out with a deeply emotional dedication.
So sit back, turn your head to spit me out, YEAH, and gel with us as we rock out to some Collective Soul!