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Free Form Rock Podcast

Marc Taylor LLC

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Free Form Rock Podcast

Free Form Rock Podcast

Marc Taylor LLC

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Welcome to the Free Form Rock Podcast, with our hosts, one fellow who has a wider range of musical interests and another fellow who likes to think of himself as a bit more limited and obscure, ha ha. Actually, we are proud of our diversity, as long as it stays within the limits of what is known as rock music, and we invite you to listen to our episodes and become more open-minded about music. Cheers, everybody!

Latest Episodes

Episode 232-Black Sabbath-Sabotage-With Guest Mike(Metal Mike) Tyler

EBlack Sabbath - Sabatage On this episode, Marc and Lee are joined by Mike "Metal Mike" Tyler to review Black Sabbath's sixth studio album. We give our opinions on a lot of things outside of the album (though we eventually do review it). Tracks from the week include Blue Oyster Cult's "I'm On the Lamb (But I Ain't No Sheep)", Coverdale/Page's "Absolution Blues" and Haunt's "Divide and Conquer." Take it easy, take it sleazy and take it metal! Over and out. Check out Metal Mike On "That Metal Station" On Fridays 5:00pm- 10:00pm(PDT) https://www.devilmusicradio.com/

155 MIN2 d ago
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Episode 232-Black Sabbath-Sabotage-With Guest Mike(Metal Mike) Tyler

Episode 231-Ronja Kaminsky Of The Pinpricks Interview about their new EP"Bait"

ERonja Kaminsky (interview) from The Pinpricks plus an album review On this episode, we had the honor of talking with Ronja Kaminsky, lead vocalist and guitarist of the German group The Pinpricks. We also review an album by the group Royal Blood called, “How Did We Get So Dark?” Please check out this episode and listen to some German music. Vielen dank. If any promoters would like to bring this killer band to America Please Contact them!!Buy Their Music on Amazon and ITunes or Stream on Spotify or wherever you stream Support new music!! Links: Amazon:https://www.amazon.com/Bait-Pinpricks/dp/B084NK9V29/ref=sr_1_1? dchild=1&keywords=the+pinpricks+bait+album&qid=1595876932&sr=8-1 Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/artist/0B134UxWQkuc1kVfjsuDsr Apple Music:https://music.apple.com/us/artist/the-pinpricks/1399881314

91 MIN6 d ago
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Episode 231-Ronja Kaminsky Of The Pinpricks Interview about their new EP"Bait"

Episode 230-Bryan Ferry-In Your Mind

EBryan Ferry “In Your Mind” - On this episode, we review the fourth studio album by Bryan Ferry, the lead singer of Roxy Music. We also talk about stuff, like usual. Our tracks of the week are Smackbound “Drive It Like You Stole It” and Skyhooks “Ego Is Not A Dirty Word.” We close the episode with Lee’s song “The Glass Of Time” (with words by George Sterling). Take care, everybody!

50 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 230-Bryan Ferry-In Your Mind

Episode 229-Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers-Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

ETom Petty and the Heartbreakers - On this episode, we review the 1976 debut album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. We begin by doing our usual casual conversation and then we get into the album. Our tracks of the week are related to Tom Petty’s music. Mudcrutch “Dreams Of Flying” and Dirty Knobs “Wreckless Abandon.” We finish with Lee’s song “Overly Cautious Maid.” Enjoy!

55 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 229-Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers-Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

Episode 228-Catfish-Get Down

ECatfish - Get Down On this episode, we review the 1970 debut of Bob “Catfish” Hodge’s band. We talk about some of the stuff happening within the week, also. Our tracks of the week are The Doors’ “TheWASP (Texas Radio and the Big Beat)” and Graham Nash’s “Wild Tales.” We also pay tribute to Charlie Daniels and play his song “The Devil Went Down to Georgia.” We finish with a song by Lee called “Mumbles.” Keep listening to good music and rock on.

74 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 228-Catfish-Get Down

Episode-227-Fleetwood Mac-Fleetwood Mac

EFleetwood Mac On this episode, we review the self-titled 1975 album by Fleetwood Mac. It’s a cool laid-back California 70’s vibe all the way around for you listeners today because our tracks of the week are Van Morrison’s “Checkin’ It Out” and Tom Petty’s “Fooled Again (I Don’t Like It)” which are also from the late 70s. So, kick back with your Bartles & Jaymes wine coolers and kick back on your Chaise Lounge and listen to the episode with pleasure. Cheers! And Happy 4th Of July God Bless America!!

91 MINJUL 3
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Episode-227-Fleetwood Mac-Fleetwood Mac

Episode-226-The Fabulous Thunderbirds-What's The Word-With Guest Brian Davis

EThe Fabulous Thunderbirds-What's The Word On this episode, Brian Davis join Marc and Lee for our review of The Fabulous Thunderbirds’ second album. You’ll find out what TV 20 Dance Party was as well as some other cool things. Our tracks of the week are Big Head Todd & The Monsters “Bittersweet”, Magic Sam “All Your Love” and Albert Collins “Too Tired.” We finish the episode with Lee’s song “Coffee Groove.” Stay cool, everybody. Cheers!

74 MINJUN 27
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Episode-226-The Fabulous Thunderbirds-What's The Word-With Guest Brian Davis

Episode 225-Deep Purple-Who Do We Think We Are

EDeep Purple - Who Do We Think We Are On this episode, we review Deep Purple’s seventh studio album. We also go off on tangents and talk about other groups and albums, almost like mini-reviews. Our tracks of the week are Vandenberg’s “Shitstorm” and Jethro Tull’s “...And The Mouse Police Never Sleeps.” We finish with a medley by Lee: “Like A Virgin/Bugs On Cheese.” Until next time, sip your favorite beverage, eat your favorite frozen dinner, and be relaxed. Cheers!

72 MINJUN 20
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Episode 225-Deep Purple-Who Do We Think We Are

Episode 224-Armored Saint-Symbol of Salvation-With Special Guest Brian Davis

EArmored Saint - Symbol of Salvation: On this episode, Lee and Marc are joined by guest-host Brian Davis, From the "Damn Good Movie Memories" Podcast for our review of Armored Saint's fourth full-length album. We talk about various things and then get to the album proper. Our tracks of the week are Brian Eno's "Baby's On Fire", Armored Saint's "You Can Run But You Can't Hide" and Anthrax' "King Size." We finish with a song by Lee which he wrote with his father Frank Gerstmann and his dog Norton Gerstmann called "Money" which was written in 1982. Take care, everybody. Enjoy! #metal #armoredsaint

111 MINJUN 13
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Episode 224-Armored Saint-Symbol of Salvation-With Special Guest Brian Davis

Episode 223-Fuzzy Duck-Fuzzy Duck

EFuzzy Duck On this episode of the podcast, we don't limit ourselves to music. We also talk about pizza and burgers. Which pizza or burger place should you eat at if you're in California or New York? We give our opinions. Musically, we talk about the only album by the group Fuzzy Duck. Our tracks of the week are: April Wine's "Rock Myself To Sleep" and Ace Frehley's "Dolls." We close with a Lee Gerstmann tune called "Sip A Beer." Take care! Cheers, y"all!

77 MINJUN 6
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Episode 223-Fuzzy Duck-Fuzzy Duck

Latest Episodes

Episode 232-Black Sabbath-Sabotage-With Guest Mike(Metal Mike) Tyler

EBlack Sabbath - Sabatage On this episode, Marc and Lee are joined by Mike "Metal Mike" Tyler to review Black Sabbath's sixth studio album. We give our opinions on a lot of things outside of the album (though we eventually do review it). Tracks from the week include Blue Oyster Cult's "I'm On the Lamb (But I Ain't No Sheep)", Coverdale/Page's "Absolution Blues" and Haunt's "Divide and Conquer." Take it easy, take it sleazy and take it metal! Over and out. Check out Metal Mike On "That Metal Station" On Fridays 5:00pm- 10:00pm(PDT) https://www.devilmusicradio.com/

155 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Episode 232-Black Sabbath-Sabotage-With Guest Mike(Metal Mike) Tyler

Episode 231-Ronja Kaminsky Of The Pinpricks Interview about their new EP"Bait"

ERonja Kaminsky (interview) from The Pinpricks plus an album review On this episode, we had the honor of talking with Ronja Kaminsky, lead vocalist and guitarist of the German group The Pinpricks. We also review an album by the group Royal Blood called, “How Did We Get So Dark?” Please check out this episode and listen to some German music. Vielen dank. If any promoters would like to bring this killer band to America Please Contact them!!Buy Their Music on Amazon and ITunes or Stream on Spotify or wherever you stream Support new music!! Links: Amazon:https://www.amazon.com/Bait-Pinpricks/dp/B084NK9V29/ref=sr_1_1? dchild=1&keywords=the+pinpricks+bait+album&qid=1595876932&sr=8-1 Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/artist/0B134UxWQkuc1kVfjsuDsr Apple Music:https://music.apple.com/us/artist/the-pinpricks/1399881314

91 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Episode 231-Ronja Kaminsky Of The Pinpricks Interview about their new EP"Bait"

Episode 230-Bryan Ferry-In Your Mind

EBryan Ferry “In Your Mind” - On this episode, we review the fourth studio album by Bryan Ferry, the lead singer of Roxy Music. We also talk about stuff, like usual. Our tracks of the week are Smackbound “Drive It Like You Stole It” and Skyhooks “Ego Is Not A Dirty Word.” We close the episode with Lee’s song “The Glass Of Time” (with words by George Sterling). Take care, everybody!

50 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Episode 230-Bryan Ferry-In Your Mind

Episode 229-Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers-Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

ETom Petty and the Heartbreakers - On this episode, we review the 1976 debut album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. We begin by doing our usual casual conversation and then we get into the album. Our tracks of the week are related to Tom Petty’s music. Mudcrutch “Dreams Of Flying” and Dirty Knobs “Wreckless Abandon.” We finish with Lee’s song “Overly Cautious Maid.” Enjoy!

55 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 229-Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers-Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

Episode 228-Catfish-Get Down

ECatfish - Get Down On this episode, we review the 1970 debut of Bob “Catfish” Hodge’s band. We talk about some of the stuff happening within the week, also. Our tracks of the week are The Doors’ “TheWASP (Texas Radio and the Big Beat)” and Graham Nash’s “Wild Tales.” We also pay tribute to Charlie Daniels and play his song “The Devil Went Down to Georgia.” We finish with a song by Lee called “Mumbles.” Keep listening to good music and rock on.

74 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Episode 228-Catfish-Get Down

Episode-227-Fleetwood Mac-Fleetwood Mac

EFleetwood Mac On this episode, we review the self-titled 1975 album by Fleetwood Mac. It’s a cool laid-back California 70’s vibe all the way around for you listeners today because our tracks of the week are Van Morrison’s “Checkin’ It Out” and Tom Petty’s “Fooled Again (I Don’t Like It)” which are also from the late 70s. So, kick back with your Bartles & Jaymes wine coolers and kick back on your Chaise Lounge and listen to the episode with pleasure. Cheers! And Happy 4th Of July God Bless America!!

91 MINJUL 3
Comments
Episode-227-Fleetwood Mac-Fleetwood Mac

Episode-226-The Fabulous Thunderbirds-What's The Word-With Guest Brian Davis

EThe Fabulous Thunderbirds-What's The Word On this episode, Brian Davis join Marc and Lee for our review of The Fabulous Thunderbirds’ second album. You’ll find out what TV 20 Dance Party was as well as some other cool things. Our tracks of the week are Big Head Todd & The Monsters “Bittersweet”, Magic Sam “All Your Love” and Albert Collins “Too Tired.” We finish the episode with Lee’s song “Coffee Groove.” Stay cool, everybody. Cheers!

74 MINJUN 27
Comments
Episode-226-The Fabulous Thunderbirds-What's The Word-With Guest Brian Davis

Episode 225-Deep Purple-Who Do We Think We Are

EDeep Purple - Who Do We Think We Are On this episode, we review Deep Purple’s seventh studio album. We also go off on tangents and talk about other groups and albums, almost like mini-reviews. Our tracks of the week are Vandenberg’s “Shitstorm” and Jethro Tull’s “...And The Mouse Police Never Sleeps.” We finish with a medley by Lee: “Like A Virgin/Bugs On Cheese.” Until next time, sip your favorite beverage, eat your favorite frozen dinner, and be relaxed. Cheers!

72 MINJUN 20
Comments
Episode 225-Deep Purple-Who Do We Think We Are

Episode 224-Armored Saint-Symbol of Salvation-With Special Guest Brian Davis

EArmored Saint - Symbol of Salvation: On this episode, Lee and Marc are joined by guest-host Brian Davis, From the "Damn Good Movie Memories" Podcast for our review of Armored Saint's fourth full-length album. We talk about various things and then get to the album proper. Our tracks of the week are Brian Eno's "Baby's On Fire", Armored Saint's "You Can Run But You Can't Hide" and Anthrax' "King Size." We finish with a song by Lee which he wrote with his father Frank Gerstmann and his dog Norton Gerstmann called "Money" which was written in 1982. Take care, everybody. Enjoy! #metal #armoredsaint

111 MINJUN 13
Comments
Episode 224-Armored Saint-Symbol of Salvation-With Special Guest Brian Davis

Episode 223-Fuzzy Duck-Fuzzy Duck

EFuzzy Duck On this episode of the podcast, we don't limit ourselves to music. We also talk about pizza and burgers. Which pizza or burger place should you eat at if you're in California or New York? We give our opinions. Musically, we talk about the only album by the group Fuzzy Duck. Our tracks of the week are: April Wine's "Rock Myself To Sleep" and Ace Frehley's "Dolls." We close with a Lee Gerstmann tune called "Sip A Beer." Take care! Cheers, y"all!

77 MINJUN 6
Comments
Episode 223-Fuzzy Duck-Fuzzy Duck
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