The Noize Faktory new episode features the title track from Black Country Communion’s latest release, “Afterglow”. Here is a little look inside the making of the album, and a taste of what to expect.
I just realized that in hour 2 of this weeks show I mis-spoke and said that Captain Beyond featured members of Iron Maiden, when I meant to say Iron Butterfly. Just wanted to make that correction. Captain Beyond have a new live album that has been released, its a recording from a show in 1973. You can find it on Amazon.
Welcome to this weeks episode of The Noize Faktory, lots of cool stuff for you all in this episode, and hour three of the show is all cover songs.
Hour 1 – We start the show off with Blackfoot and the Joe Perry Project, and weave our way through the hour with a new song from Black Country Communion, one of my favorites from the Cult’s Beyond Good And Evil comeback album, and we wrap with my favorite cut from the Rival Sons’ Pressure & Time album.
Hour 2 – We kick off this hour with a track from the Twenty Two Hundred. I force some of my favorite oddities on you, like Captain Beyond’s “Dancing Madly Backwards” and Whitford / St. Holmes’ “Sharpshooter”. When was the last time you heard those? I also play a new track from the legendary ZZ Top, and their brand new CD La Futura.
Hour 3 – Undercover! I have always loved cover songs, so this will be a recurring segment as the Noize Faktory continues on. We have some great tracks from Gary Moore, Little Ceasar, Humble Pie, and Trouble to name a few. I also have a brief interview segment with Blackie Lawless of WASP where he talks about their hit cover of The Who’s “The Real Me” that we recorded in the late 1990’s.
I hope that you guys enjoy the show as always.
Week two of the Noize Faktory is live, thanks for coming back to listen.
Hour 1 starts off with the classic “Clean My Wounds” from Corrosion Of Conformity, as well as some hits from Skid Row, Tesla, and Aerosmith. We also have lost track from BBM, which features Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker, and Gary Moore, and Myles Kennedy singing “Dreamer” from the Tommy Bolin & Friends CD Great Gypsy Soul.
Hour 2 gives you a track from Year Long Disaster, the trio led by Daniel Davies, a great new track from Ugly Kid Joe, along with a brand new song from John Corabi and his new CD Uplugged. You will also hear classics from T. Rex, Kiss, Alice In Chains and more. You will also hear the artist that just won the JUNO award for best new artist in Canada, Monster Truck.
Hour 3 has a heavy blues flavor, including Cinderella, John Norum, Cry Of Love with the amazing Audley Freed, and some favorites from Pat Travers and ZZ Top. The amazing LA based band Vintage Trouble wraps up the show with their track “Blues Hand Me Down”.
Welcome to the Noize Faktory! Thank you for checking out the show, and I hope that you will keep coming back each week to hear the new episodes that will be added every Friday.
Hour 1 features a track from Led Zeppelin’s Celebration Day, double live CD, as well as new music from The Twenty Two Hundred and Slash Feat. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators. Plenty of classic tunes are included, and the lost classic “Mystery” from the James Gang, featuring Tommy Bolin.
Hour 2 starts out with an amazing track from Leslie West off of his latest release Unusual Suspects, new acts Mach 22, Black Country Communion, and the incredible Rival Sons. There is also an amazing live acoustic track from Humble Pie from Live At The Whiskey.
Hour 3 has some new tunes from Europe (yes that Europe, but wait until you hear it) Alice Cooper, and The Cult, as well as a track from the band Slave To The System, who you should all take a listen to, one of the best rock albums that was released in the last 15 years, and went under the radar. We wrap the show up with a tip of the hat to the late great gentlemen of rock and roll, Deep Purple keyboard genius Jon Lord, the man that defined the sound of that band, and changed the role of keys in a rock band forever.