Listen to part two of John and Scott’s dive into Aerosmith’s Toys In The Attic!
See below for some thoughts on David Coverdale’s legacy on his 71st birthday from Nate as a guest on Vintage Rock Pod!
Today we celebrate the 71st birthday of the legend that is MR DAVID COVERDALE! We look back at his legacy from his rise to fame with Deep Purple to cementing his rock god status with Whitesnake with Nate from the Deep Purple Podcast!
Listen here: *THIS DAY ROCKS* David Coverdale
Listen to part one of John and Scott’s dive into Aerosmith’s Toys In The Attic!
Recently John appeared on episode #263 of the HaskinCast Podcast as part of a round table discussion talking about the Grunge music era of the early 90s.
Listen to HaskinCast Episode #263 – Roubdtable – When Grunge Hit and hear John, our friend from high school, Derek, and Scott and his high school friend as they recount their observations and reactions the beginning of the grunge era.
See below for a very quick review of Fireball from Nate as a guest on Vintage Rock Pod!
Today’s topic of conversation is about a sometimes overlooked album from Deep Purple – ‘Fireball’! This 1971 release suffers slightly from being sandwiched between legendary records ‘Deep Purple In Rock’ and ‘Machine Head’ but still packs a punch. With me to share his thoughts on ‘Fireball’ is Nate from Deep Purple Podcast!
Listen here: Vintage Rock Pod * THIS DAY ROCKS* Fireball
In NxS 15 we hip-hop-a hippy to the hip hip hop and we don’t stop the rockin’ to the alt-county set to a Bobby D melo-dy. All under the watchful eye of the Great Nate! @deeppurplepod
Whether you’ve dug into the controversy of the way the album was mixed or Tony Iommi’s mysterious flute playing, this is one of the most discussed albums in the Black Sabbath catalog. From the Deep Purple Podcast, John joins me to dig into this unique section of the Sabbath catalog.
Listen to the episode on Spotify here: https://open.spotify.com/episode/3jbizKerySZ8t6eOBfyV2N
We are joined by a whole host of esteemed guests for this mega-sized episode on Live After Death and Kiss.
We have the triumphant return of Greg DiPasquale as well as two first time guests:
John Mottola from Deep Purple Podcast and Chris Lathorp from Pod of Thunder!
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Up the Irons and skål from the North!
Part 2 finishing up the review with Scott and Nate!
This week Nate joins Scott Haskin on his podcast for a deep dive review of Busta Rhymes’s 1998 album “Extinction Level Event: The Final World Front.” This is part 2.
For part 1 check out the following link:
And now for something completely different . . .
This week Nate joins Scott Haskin on his podcast for a deep dive review of Busta Rhymes’s 1998 album “Extinction Level Event: The Final World Front.”