Monthly Archives-2018

Here are various segments published on PodCloud1

              (Working Backwards from December 2018)


Goodbye –

PodCloud1 is Floating Away…

We thank our listeners throughout the years for making our pods fun.

The end of December 2018 we officially sign-off!

We made one last soundboard filled with “Goodbyes” for you.

Thanks again from your friends and the staff of PodCloud1.


(click player for ”Goodbye”)





PodCloud1 has been the One For Great Music





One More For The Road –

MisterMusic wraps up the monthly broadcasts at PodCloud1 with a final show!

Filled with tunes of his picking from the years of pods provided to ears in the cloud.

Featuring Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Dire Straits, The Psychedelic Furs, Boz Scaggs,
The English Beat, The Duke Spirit, Freedy Johnston, The Fixx, and Luna.
Plus a new indie rock tune from Balthazar.

This may be his final show…but he is not throwing in the towel with this one!
There’s something here for everybody.

(Be sure to listen for news about the future of PodCloud1)

(click player for One More For The Road)







Whodunnit-vol. 14 –

We’ve got one more music quiz for you.  Host PeeperD presents a mix of songs that challenges you to identify WhoDunnit?

Featuring hit songs originally popularized by Bruce Springsteen, The Grateful Dead, The Eurythmics, Tori Amos, Little Richard and The Bangles. This pod also includes a tribute to the music of Aretha Franklin. Plus, just in time for Christmas, we finish out with a seasonal celebration for our final lightning round.  A visit to the Podcloud1 gift shop is on the line!

Test your musical knowledge and see if you can figure out WhoDunnit?

(click player for Whodunnit -vol. 14)







The Farewell Party –

You are cordially invited to the PodCloud1 Farewell Party!

Join PeeperD and Jaime as they broadcast live from this year’s guest-star-studded Christmas party.
All of your favorite PodCloud1 characters stop by to pay tribute and say goodbye. Plus a music mix fit for a party with tunes from Talking Heads, The Rolling Stones, Buddy Guy, Chris Isaak, The Faces, John Hiatt, Goo Goo Dolls, Sam Cooke, The Moody Blues, and Elvis Costello.

It’s all backed by the hottest band in the land-the PodCloud1 studio band! The drinks are flowing and the tongues are loose.
This party has so much going on you’ll be talking about it long after it’s over!

Long Live PodCloud1!


(click player for The Farewell Party)






The Roots of Rock-vol. 6 –

It’s the final installment in our roots of rock soundboard series and we’ve saved the best for last!

Classic songs from Jerry Lee Lewis, Ray Charles, Chuck Berry, Wilbert Harrison, The Drifters, Big Joe Turner, The Johnny Otis Show, Don Covay, The Clovers, Stick McGhee, and Tiny Grimes. Plus Huey ‘Piano’ Smith and The Clowns have the cure for the Rockin’ Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu.

See where it all began one final time on PodCloud1!

(click player for The Roots Of Rock-vol. 6)





70’s Deep Tracks-vol. 55 –

These are forgotten tracks that will take you back to the days when FM radio was truly an art form. And, likely never be played on today’s preset definition of what is “Classic Rock”.

 70’s Deep Tracks – the return of album rock…PodCloud1 style!

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It’s the final installment of 70’s Deep Tracks and we’ve saved the best for last!

PeeperD steps out from behind the curtain to host this double-sized mix. Joining him is special guest Cindy Bravos-the voice of 70’s Deep Tracks.

It’s a farewell-themed set featuring Bruce Springsteen, Elton John, Led Zeppelin, The Kinks, Queen, The Allman Brothers Band, Bob Seger, Roxy Music and The Grateful Dead. Plus 70s rarities from Artful Dodger, and Starz.

This is your last chance for dose of music from the golden age of album rock!

(click player for 70’s Deep Tracks-vol. 55)





Lost –

This soundboard is wandering around lost out there.

All kinds of people and things are lost, and taking notice is Joy Division, Beck, The Clash,
Tanlines, Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes, Elvis Costello, Screaming Trees,
Todd Rundgren, and Rusted Root.

Hope we didn’t lose you with this one!


(click player for LOST)







Black Friday –

It’s Black Friday at PodCloud1 as the staff finds out its fate.

PeeperD and Jaime lay down a mix appropriate for the occasion. New music from Greta Van Fleet and Rayland Baxter highlight this set.
Steely Dan performs the pod’s title as part of a mix that includes The National, R.E.M., Queen, Warren Zevon, and Thomas Dolby.   Plus a 40-year old track from Pink Floyd that’s still timely today.

This pod is the perfect companion for your Black Friday activities!

(click player for Black Friday)





Sweater Weather-

MisterMusic brings you tunes to warm up the cold days ahead.

It’s Sweater Weather in November, but this mix of old and new should take the chill off.  Featuring the latest from Broncho, Death Cab For Cutie, and Far Caspian. Classics by Talking Heads, Billy Idol, Modern English, and The Sisters Of Mercy.
And a couple from the vault by Dave Edmunds, and Meryn Cadell.

~So Toasty!


(click player for Sweater Weather)




The Roots Of Rock – vol. 5 –

It’s another installment in our popular soundboard series that explores the early days of rock & roll.

This pod is highlighted by songs from James Brown, Aretha Franklin, John Lee Hooker, Sam Cooke, Solomon Burke, The Miracles, Junior Wells, Dee Dee Sharp, Sonny Boy Williamson, Bobby Blue Bland, and Etta James. Plus, a classic twist from Count Basie.

(click player for The Roots Of Rock-vol. 5)






70’s Deep Tracks -vol. 54 –

These are forgotten tracks that will take you back to the days when FM radio was truly an art form. And, likely never be played on today’s preset definition of what is “Classic Rock”.

 70’s Deep Tracks – the return of album rock…PodCloud1 style!

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The 70s was the decade that progressive rock ruled the FM airwaves.

This pod takes a look at some of the biggest names of the genre. Music from Pink Floyd, Genesis, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, The Moody Blues, Yes, The Alan Parsons Project, Kansas, Electric Light Orchestra, Golden Earring, Manfred Mann’s Earth Band,
and Styx.

This mix of extended jams demands you fire up your lava lamp and black light.

(click player for 70’s Deep Tracks-vol. 54)




Focus On: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds are an Australian rock band formed in Melbourne in 1983 by songwriter/vocalist Nick Cave, multi-instrumentalist Mick Harvey and guitarist Blixa Bargeld.

Throughout its career, the group’s line-up has featured a changing cast of international musicians. The band has released sixteen studio albums and has toured extensively around the world. For their first few albums, they embraced a post-punk sound. But by the beginning of the 90s, the band shifted towards an experimental alternative rock sound.

Nick Cave is the grand lord of gothic lushness. He is a musician, singer-songwriter, author, screenwriter, composer and occasional film actor.

This extended Focus On contains songs from several of the band’s 16 studio albums recorded throughout their 35 year career.

(click player for Focus On: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds)




Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds began in August of 1983 following the demise of Nick Cave and Mick Harvey’s former group The Birthday Party, which ended due to internal disputes regarding songwriting. A new band was initially formed to back Cave on an intended solo project titled Man Or Myth? During September and October of 1983, the group recorded material with producer Flood.
A few months later, Cave formed a temporary touring line-up with members of this studio band for a short Australian tour.
After the tour, Cave and his band returned to London where they were joined by Einsturzende Neubauten guitarist Blixa Bargeld to form the project’s first consistent line-up. The group, which up to this time had been nameless, adopted the moniker Nick Cave and the Cavemen, which they used for the first six months of their career. However, they were later renamed Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds in May 1984, in reference to the final Birthday Party EP The Bad Seed. They began recording sessions for their debut album in March 1984 at London’s Trident Studios. These sessions, together with songs from the abandoned Man Or Myth? sessions, formed the album From Her To Eternity, released on Mute Records in 1984.

The band relocated to West Berlin, Germany, in 1985 and released a second album The Firstborn Is Dead. It was heavily influenced by the gothic Americana of the American South and blues music. The following year they released an album of cover songs titled Kicking Against The Pricks which explored the Americana influences more directly with songs by Johnny Cash, John Lee Hooker, and Lead Belly.
The band garnered an increased following due to a second 1986 album release titled Your Funeral, My Trial. Tender Prey, the dark, brooding 1988 follow-up, featured the single “The Mercy Seat”. The song chronicled an unrepentant prisoner on death row and it further increased the group’s critical acclaim and commercial attention. The track later received the honor being covered by Cash on his 2000 album American III: Solitary Man.

Despite the increasing level of success, the drug-related issues of band members became problematic. The documentary film, The Road to God Knows Where, depicts a five-week period of the US leg of their 1989 tour. Cave and his bandmates also pursued other creative ambitions around this time. In 1987, the Bad Seeds appeared in the Wim Wenders film Wings Of Desire, and Cave was also featured in the 1988 film Ghosts Of The Civil Dead. Cave’s first novel And The Ass Saw The Angel was published in 1989.

After a period of time in New York City, Cave relocated to Sao Paulo, Brazil, shortly after the final tour for Tender Prey. After successfully finishing a drug rehab program, he began experimenting with piano-driven ballads. The result was the album The Good Son which was released in 1990. Featuring a sorrowful and longing tone, the album was well-received both critically and commercially, and yielded the singles “The Weeping Song” and “The Ship Song”. The group’s next record, 1992’s Henry’s Dream, marked a change towards a harder rock sound. Producer David Briggs, known for his work with Neil Young, was enlisted for the recording process. The tour for the album is documented on 1993’s live album Live Seeds which showcases the group’s new aggressive sound.
In mid-1993, the group returned to London and recorded the album Let Love In. It expanded upon the fuller ensemble sound that was originally established in Henry’s Dream. The record contained several popular songs, such as “Red Right Hand” which was featured in the Scream film series, and “Loverman” which was later covered by Metallica.

In 1996 the band released Murder Ballads, their best-selling album to date. Centered on the subject of murder, the album includes a cover of the folk song “Henry Lee”—a duet with British rock singer PJ Harvey, with whom Cave had a brief relationship. It also included “Where The Wild Roses Grow”, a duet with Australian pop idol Kylie Minogue that became a mainstream hit in the UK and Australia winning three Australian Recording Industry Association Awards including Song Of The Year. During this period, Warren Ellis of the band The Dirty Three began working with the group and eventually became Cave’s primary collaborator.

In 1997, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds released The Boatman’s Call. The album’s sound was a radical departure from the violent narratives of the band’s past. It featured songs about relationships, loss, and longing, often with sparse arrangements. The album’s corresponding tour was later documented on the 2008 live album Live At The Royal Albert Hall. After the release of the album, Cave embarked on a brief hiatus. During this break, the band oversaw the release of Original Seeds, a compilation of material from other artists that influenced the group, as well as their own “best of” album The Best of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds.

In 2001, the group returned with No More Shall We Part. It featured guest appearances by Kate & Anna McGarrigle. The record was generally well received in reviews: one critic hailed the album as an “entire album of deeply tragic and beautiful love songs without irony, sarcasm, or violent resolution”, while also stating that the work is at risk of devolving “into schmaltz”.

The band then released Nocturama in 2003. The album marked a return to band-oriented and collaborative arrangements, as previous releases involved a decreased level of input from Cave’s bandmates. Shortly after the album’s release, Blixa Bargeld left the band after 20 years to devote more time to Einstürzende Neubauten.

In 2004, the band released the acclaimed two-disc set Abattoir Blues/The Lyre Of Orpheus, with Bargeld replaced by the English actor, guitarist and organist James Johnston, a member of the group Gallon Drunk and former guest member of the Bad Seeds from a Lollapalooza tour ten years earlier. Conceived as two separate albums packaged together, the record featured a diversity of arrangement styles, including aggressive rock and choir-driven ballads. The Abattoir Blues Tour, a two-CD, two-DVD box set with performances from the album’s promotional tour, was then released in 2007 in Europe and the US.
Also in 2005, Cave completed work on his script for The Proposition, a western film set in 19th century Australia directed by John Hillcoat, who also directed and co-wrote Ghosts of the Civil Dead. Cave and Warren Ellis collaborated on the film’s score which began a partnership that would later also result in other film scores such as 2007’s The Assassination of Jesse James by The Coward Robert Ford and 2009’s The Road.

After operating for several years as a touring backing band for Cave’s solo work, several Bad Seeds members formed a new side-project called Grinderman with Cave in 2006. The band, featuring Cave on guitar for the first time, played garage rock-influenced music that still retained much of The Bad Seeds’ aura. The group released a self-titled debut album in 2007. In October of 2007, Cave was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame.

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds released their 14th studio album Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!! in 2008 which received a high level of critical acclaim. Inspired by the biblical story of the resurrection of Lazarus, the album continued the punk and garage rock-inspired arrangements of the Grinderman album. The group then embarked on a North American and European tour is support of the album, with a seven-piece lineup.
In January of 2009, Mick Harvey announced his departure from the band after 25 years. In a public statement he stated “I shall continue working on the Bad Seeds back catalogue re-issues project over the coming year and look forward to the new opportunities I shall be able to accommodate as a result of my changed circumstances.” Harvey’s departure was the end of a 36-year-long musical collaboration between Cave and Harvey, leaving Cave as the group’s only original member.

The band soldiered on, completing a series of summer festival dates by enlisting guitarist Ed Kuepper, formerly of the Australian bands The Saints and The Laughing Clowns. At this same time, Cave published his second novel The Death of Bunny Munro, and Mute Records commenced work on a series of remastered versions of the Bad Seeds’ back catalogue. Following this string of activity, the group became dormant while Grinderman reactivated and released Grinderman 2 in 2011. The group also attracted further attention when their song “O Children” appeared in the 2010 film Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows-Part 1. In December 2011, Grinderman disbanded immediately following an Australian tour.

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds‘ 15th studio album Push The Sky Away was released in mid-February of 2013. During the summer US tour, a smaller incarnation of the band recorded Live From KCRW. In support of the album, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds toured North America throughout 2014. Cave embarked on solo tours in Australia & New Zealand in late 2014 and Europe in 2015.

In June of 2016, the official Nick Cave website announced a documentary film titled One More Time With Feeling which was screened in September of 2016. It accompanied the band’s 16th album titled Skeleton Tree which was released in the same month. Currently the group is touring in support of the album.


Burning –

We struck a match and set this soundboard on fire!

This highly combustible-mix features smoking numbers by Blue Oyster Cult,
The Cure, Etta James, X, Midnight Oil, Elvis Presley, Talking Heads, and Social Distortion.

Stand back after you set this one aflame, it’s burning hot!

(click player for Burning)





Apparition Mission –

Just in time for Halloween, PeeperD goes on an apparition mission with a mix of songs about ghosts.

Haunting new music from Calexico, Sister Sparrow and Turkuaz. Spirits abound in songs from Band Of Horses, The Psychedelic Furs, ZZ Ward, Social Distortion, and The Kinks. Classic tracks from Johnny Cash and Percy Sledge.
Plus The Handsome Family presents a tale of the “queen of the night”-a cactus so rare that to witness it’s blooming is said to cause madness!

If you didn’t get enough frights with PeeperD’s Turntables of Terror, we’ve got your second bite at the candy apple!

(click player for Apparition Mission)




Whodunnit – Vol. 13-

Your favorite musical mystery show returns as host PeeperD challenges you to figure out “WhoDunnit”?

It’s a pod of popular songs not performed by the original artists. We’ll help you out with a few clues, but it’s your job to identify the artists performing these covers.

Featuring music originally popularized by The Carpenters, Kate Bush, Mott The Hoople, The Flaming Groovies, Van Morrison, and a twin-spin of songs from Neil Young.
Plus a crazy mash-up of Ted Nugent and The Beastie Boys.

Can you figure out “WhoDunnit”?

(click player for Whodunnit? vol. 13)





Ride The New Wave-vol. 3 –

This soundboard series is a musical slice of life from the early 80s.

Time travel back to thin ties and high hair with The Cure, Echo & The Bunnymen, Haircut 100, The Psychedelic Furs, Heaven 17, Shriekback, and The B-52’s. Deep tracks from Romeo Void, and Polyrock.  Plus a one-hit wonder from Ebn-Ozn.

Your neighbors hear you Pogoing !

(click player for ‘Ride The New Wave-vol. 3’)





Grabbing Ahold Of Autumn-


MisterMusic hosts an October show to welcome the fall season.

Featuring new songs by Iron & Wine, Metric, Django Django, Peter, Bjorn & John, Swimming Tapes, The Marias, Steve Mason, and Lasso Spells.
A few older songs in this 47+ minute mix of tunes help grab ahold of autumn with
both hands!

(click player for Grabbing Ahold Of Autumn)






No Posers- vol. 12-

It’s the final installment of our popular soundboard series that traces the punk revolution of the 70s as it evolved into the new wave movement of the 80s.

Many of these artists would rule the next decade. Music from Blondie, XTC, Squeeze, The Police, Graham Parker, The Pretenders, Talking Heads, Gary Numan, and Gang Of Four.

Take one last ride on the Podcloud1 punk express!

(click player for No Posers-vol. 12)





70’s Deep Tracks-vol. 53-


These are forgotten tracks that will take you back to the days when FM radio was truly an art form. And, likely never be played on today’s preset definition of what is “Classic Rock”.

 70’s Deep Tracks – the return of album rock…PodCloud1 style!

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When artists started combining the harmonies and improvisation of jazz with rock, funk and R&B, FM radio playlists exploded!

This hour-long edition of 70s Deep Tracks delves into the phenomena known as “Jazz Rock”. Featuring music from Traffic, Jeff Beck, Steely Dan, The Allman Brothers Band, Spirit, and Brian Auger’s Oblivion Express.
On top of that, groove to mainstream artists like The Doobie Brothers, Joni Mitchell, Chicago, Van Morrison, and Rickie Lee Jones as they add a jazzy vibe to their trademark sounds. Plus a long-lost jazz rock classic from Mark-Almond.

You’ll dig this hip batch of jazz-flavored jams. Fire up the lava lamp and turn up the hi-fi!


(click player for 70’s Deep Tracks-vol. 53)







We are putting you in chains with this soundboard!

Links to the chains are provided by Depeche Mode. Ryan Adams, 10cc, Fleetwood Mac, XTC, The Pretenders, The Beatles, Georgia Satellites, Grant Lee Buffalo, and
Aretha Franklin.

These chains won’t hold you back- they will release themselves in 33 minutes.

(click player for Chains)




No. 1’s-volume 4 (the 90s) –


We wrap up the 4-part series exploring the highest charting singles of a decade with the 90s!

MisterMusic hosts another episode featuring songs by: Sinead O’ Connor, Sixpense None The Richer, Eric Clapton, Tracy Chapman, Shania Twain, Hanson, EMF, Lisa Loeb and Nine Stories, UB40, and Seal.

You couldn’t turn on a radio in the 90s without these songs being heard.

(click player for No. 1’s-vol. 4)




Nothing Is Easy –

PeeperD puts together an earthy mix just in time for fall.

New releases from Lucero and Jim Lauderdale are featured. Jesse Malin, Indigo Girls and a duo from Nancy Griffith & Bodeans add to the mix.
Plus a one-hit wonder from New Radicals and a classic cut from 1969 Jethro Tull.
Backing tracks courtesy of the new album by Circles Around The Sun.
Jaime returns from vacation and Jake checks in from his new gig in China.

There’s a lot going on in this pod. You won’t want to miss it!

(click player for Nothing Is Easy)





Listening By Wire-

MisterMusic is back this month with a new pod.

Featuring Human Resources, The Jam, The Black Angels, Say Lou Lou, Far Caspian, Prefab Sprout, Arlie, KONGOS, and another new track from the latest album by Wild Nothing.

Stream it over wire, or download, It’s over 40 minutes of music to keep your toes-tapping!

(click player for Listening By Wire)





No Posers-vol. 11 –

Set at the end of the 70s, this pod takes a look at how some of the artists from the early days of the revolution faired like Patti Smith, Dave Edmunds, Devo, The Ramones, and Elvis Costello. Plus music from new artists like Joe Jackson, The Motels, Lena Lovich, and The Specials.
Gems from The Monks and Tonio K fill out this set that looks both forward and back.

(click player for No Posers-vol. 11)





70’s Deep Tracks-vol. 52-

These are forgotten tracks that will take you back to the days when FM radio was truly an art form. And, likely never be played on today’s preset definition of what is “Classic Rock”.

 70’s Deep Tracks – the return of album rock…PodCloud1 style!

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70’s Deep Tracks focuses on the soft and folk rock part of the playlist in this double-sized special.

California soft rock from Jackson Browne, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, The Eagles, Three Dog Night, Karla Bonoff, America, Poco, and The Grateful Dead. Plus songs by James Taylor, Fleetwood Mac and Dave Mason.
Hard-to-find gems from Brewer & Shipley, Feather, Alex Bevan, and Southerland Brothers & Quiver fill out this smooth mix of sweet 70s sounds!

(click player for 70’s Deep Tracks vol. 52)





Cut Across –

We took a slice out of our music vault to create this soundboard!

Cutting across decades are Average White Band, Sheryl Crow, Rod Stewart, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Robben Ford & The Blueline, Hindu Love Gods, Looper, and Peter Murphy.

This one cuts out our radio competition, and proves PodCloud1 is the One for
great music!


(click player for Cut Across)



Whodunnit? vol. 12 –

This special edition of Podcloud1’s Whodunnit celebrates the songs of the group Talking Heads.

Join host PeeperD as he demonstrates the musical influence of David Byrne, Chris Franz, Jerry Harrison and Tina Weymouth. This hour-long mix features covers by artists from many different musical styles. You know who originally performed the songs.

Snap on those musical thinking caps because we challenge you to figure out “Whodunnit”?

(click player for Whodunnit vol. 12)




Dog Days of Summer –

PeeperD works with a new partner while his producer Jaime is off on vacation-our staff announcer Bill!

New music from The English Beat and The Cowboy Junkies lead a musical mix made from many years.
Featuring Aerosmith, Grace Jones, Robbie Robertson, Dada, Blue Merle and Big Country. Background samples from new releases by Pieter Nooten and Morcheeba.

This is radio at its most unrehearsed!

(click player for Dog Days of Summer)




The Roots of Rock- vol. 4 –

This edition of our swingin’ soundboard series features several songs that would go on to be covered over the years by artists such as The Who, Bruce Springsteen, The Grateful Dead, George Thorogood and Black Oak Arkansas.

Hear these early gems from Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Lavern Baker, Hank Williams, Bobby Blue Bland, Ruth Brown, Bog Joe Turner, Chuck Willis, Les Paul, Jimmie Lloyd, The Coasters and Willis “Gator” Jackson.

Classics for sure!

(click player for The Roots Of Rock-vol. 4)



Ride The New Wave- vol. 2 –

Podcloud1 invites you to take a listen to the early 80s.
It’s another edition of the soundboard series that brings the deep tracks treatment to the new wave movement.
Music from XTC, Tears For Fears, The English Beat, A Flock Of Seagulls, The Go-Go’s, Translator, The Human League, and The Lords Of The New Church.
Plus we go deep with rarities from System 56, and Human Sexual Response.

(click player for ‘Ride The New Wave-vol. 2’)



No Posers vol. 10 –

Our very popular soundboard series moves on to the end of the decade.

Selections from Devo, The Clash, XTC, The Flying Lizards, Wire, The Damned, The Undertones, The Slits, and The Boomtown Rats show how the punk movement continued to evolve into the mainstream.

(click player for No Posers-vol. 10)


Final Days of Summer –

Even though summer is almost gone, MisterMusic has a pod
filled with over 35 minutes of great music to keep you jamming!

Featuring new indie tunes from Slip,Clay Priskorn, and Still Corners.
Several classics from Electric Light Orchestra, Travis, Electronic, and The Cure.
Plus a mid-80s song he found while digging through the extensive PodCloud1 music vault by Australia’s Eurogliders.

It may be the final days of summer, but there’s still time for great music.


(click player for Final Days of Summer)





70’s Deep Tracks vol. 51 –

These are forgotten tracks that will take you back to the days when FM radio was truly an art form. And, likely never be played on today’s preset definition of what is “Classic Rock”.

 70’s Deep Tracks – the return of album rock…Podcloud1 style!

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Get down with this set of funky jams from 70s Deep Tracks.

It’s a hip-shaking mix of music from Sly & The Family Stone, Curtis Mayfield, Parliament, War, The Bar-Kays, Earth, Wind & Fire, The Ohio Players, Tower Of Power, Hot Chocolate and Prince.   Plus a classic track from The Incredible Bongo Band.

This pod shows just how funky this decade was!


(click player for 70’s Deep Tracks vol. 51)





Over/Under –


We’ve got you going over and under things on this soundboard!

Your musical workout is provided by Fleetwood Mac, Alice Cooper, The Dandy Warhols, Lloyd Price, Electric Light Orchestra, Neil Young & Crazy Horse, The Rolling Stones, The Church, The Tom Tom Club, and Roxy Music.

Whew!~ quite a workout indeed!


(click player for Over-Under)





No Posers- vol. 9 –

The late 70s produced some great music as this edition of our soundboard series demonstrates.

Featuring music from Talking Heads, The B-52’s, Split Enz, Blondie, Gang Of Four, The db’s, Cheap Trick and Johnny Thunders.
Plus a track from the debut album by The Cars.

Many of these artists would go on to rule the airwaves in the 80s!

(click player for No Posers-vol. 9)




No Sounds are Out Of Bounds –

PeeperD takes you on a sonic road trip that covers five decades in a little over a half hour!

New Music from Father John Misty and Shriekback. Hot rockin’ tracks from Pearl Jam, Death Cab For Cutie, The Dandy Warhols, and Robin Trower fill out the set.
Plus a freaky flashback by The VIP’s from 1966. Backing sounds from the new releases by The Orb and Gorillaz.

This pod has the highest musical miles per gallon on the air today!

(click player for ‘No Sounds Are Out Of Bounds’)




No. 1s -vol. 3 (the eighties) –


MisterMusic is back with another episode of No.1s.

Volume 3 is all about the 80s, with the highest charting singles of the decade.
Featuring music by:The Bangles, INXS, Blondie, Survivor, Wham, Kim Carnes, Mr. Mister, Paula Abdul, The Police, and Prince.

These songs were all over the radio in the 80s!

(click player for No. 1s-volume 3)




Summer Daydream –

MisterMusic plays tunes to help you tune out the world, and daydream away.

Featuring the latest by Wild Nothing, Manchester Orchestra, and Death Cab For Cutie.
A couple newer indie-rock tunes by Grasscourt, and Tempesst.
Plus classics by The Smiths, Joe Walsh, Bill Withers, and The Hollies.

Let the music take you away this summer!


(click player for Summer Daydream)




70’s Deep Tracks-vol. 50 –

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It’s a milestone mix as 70’s Deep Tracks celebrates its 50th show!

Party down with a super-sized episode featuring Bad Company, Steely Dan, Dire Straits,
Jefferson Starship, and J.J. Cale. Rarities from Crack The Sky and the post-Morrison
Doors. A twin-spin of vintage Rolling Stones and solo Ronnie Wood pump up the pod.
Plus a nugget from Frank Zappa & The Mothers.

This one’s full of all the things that made the decade great!

(click player for 70’s Deep Tracks-vol. 50)



Shake It –

There’s a whole lotta shakin’ going on with this soundboard!

Music by: Bob Marley & The Wailers, Rooney, The Guess Who, The Cars, The Georgia
Satellites, Depeche Mode, Tommy James & The Shondells, Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, and Sam Cooke.
Plus The Temptations show us how to lay down the funk!

Turn it up and hold on tight!


(click player for Shake It )




Summer Solstice Song-Fest –

Rumors fly and Jake says goodbye in this summer solstice song-fest!

PeeperD features new music from Okkervil River, and Shakey Graves. Rockin’ songs from Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Morphine, and War.
Plus a classic cut by The Troggs. A hard-to-find rarity from The House Of Love rounds out the set.

It’s a treat for your ears just in time for summer.

(click player for Summer Solstice Song-Fest)






Ride The New Wave- vol. 1 –

It’s a new soundboard series that follows the evolution of rock and punk into the new wave movement of the early 80s.

This pod brings Podcloud1’s “Deep Tracks” approach to the early 80s. Featuring music from Depeche Mode, New Order, The Thompson Twins, Ministry, Icehouse, Adam & The Ants, Yello, Bow Wow Wow and Red Rockers.
Plus a collaboration between Jane Wiedlin of The Go-Go’s and Sparks.

It’s time to ride the new wave!

(click player for Ride The New Wave-vol.1)





Stack ‘Em Up –

MisterMusic has stacked up a pile of CDs, and making a mix of new and old.

Slipping into the mix is music by: Gaz Coombes, Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks, Broken Bells, Parquet Courts, Queen, Firestations, and a couple of oldies pulled from the PodCloud1 vault by Manfred Mann’s Earth Band, and Snakefinger.

It’s a funky little pod to kick start your summer!


(click player for Stack ‘Em Up)






Whodunnit? -vol. 11 –
The show that tests your musical knowledge is back with a fresh batch of cover songs from recent releases by current artists.

Join host PeeperD as he spins selections from new tribute albums to Bob Dylan, Elton John, Johnny Cash, and Olivia Newton John.
Plus, songs originally popularized by Gerry Rafferty, The Animals, Edie Brickell & The New Bohemians, Marvin Gaye, and Adele.

Take a listen and see if you can figure out WhoDunnit?

(click player for Whodunnit-vol. 11)




70’s Deep Tracks-vol. 49 –


These are forgotten tracks that will take you back to the days when FM radio was truly an art form. And, likely never be played on today’s preset definition of what is “Classic Rock”.

 70’s Deep Tracks – the return of album rock…Podcloud1 style!

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This pod highlights the “blue-eyed soul” movement that featured R&B and soul music performed by white artists which gained popularity in the 70s.
Music from Robert Palmer, Hall & Oates, Boz Scaggs, Todd Rundgren, Bonnie Raitt,
Van Morrison, Joe Cocker, Graham Parker & The Rumor, Chicago, Eddie Money, and Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes.

Fly back to the 1970s with PodCloud1 !

(click player for 70’s Deep Tracks-vol. 49)





The Roots of Rock- vol. 3 –

Rock & Roll is a mixture of pop, blues, country and R&B.

The latest edition of our popular soundboard series features something from all of these styles.

Johnny Cash and The Owen Bradley Quintet bring the country. Willie Dixon and Homesick James supply the blues. Gale Storm, Dale Hawkins, Don Cornell and The Fireballs cover the pop. Plus R&B sounds from Dinah Washington, Little Willie John, Jackie Wilson and Bull Moose Jackson.

This one has a little bit of everything!

(click player for The Roots Of Rock vol. 3)






In Oceans

Dive into this soundboard, it features tunes about the ocean.

Featuring: Pixies, The Mission UK, Texas, Fastball, Toad The Wet Sprocket, The Bravery, The Boat People, Echo & The Bunnymen, and Ween.

~Swimsuits are optional on this one.


(click player for In Oceans)





No. 1’s- vol. 2


MisterMusic returns with another episode of No.1s.

Turning the spotlight to the 70s decade, this segment features the highest charting singles of that period.

Featuring music by: Simon & Garfunkel, Roberta Flack, Rod Stewart, Paul McCartney & Wings, Andy Gibb, The Knack, Tony Orlando & Dawn, Captain & Tennille, Terry Jacks, and Three Dog Night

These songs were all over the radio in the 70s!

(click player for No. 1s-vol.2)



Fresh Catch-vol. 7


PodCloud1’s dynamic duo of PeeperD & MisterMusic join forces to bring another episode full of fresh new releases!

Scooping up a big net of new stuff for your ears by The Wombats, Alfred Hall, Eels,
Alice Merton, lovelytheband, Tigercub, and The Wet Secrets.

Reel in this pod and grab some Fresh Catches!


(click player for Fresh Catch-vol. 7)





No Posers-vol. 8

Our popular soundboard series is now following the evolution of punk as it starts branching into new wave.

This pod features artists that would become big names in just a few years like The Police, Joe Jackson, Elvis Costello & The Attractions, X, and The Boomtown Rats.
Songs from The Ramones, X-Ray Spex, The Weirdos, The Undertones, and The Fabulous Poodles round out the set.
Plus, John Lydon moves on from The Sex Pistols with his new band Public Image Ltd.

(click player for No Posers-vol. 8)



One More Ride on the New Music Express


Time to take another trip on the new music express!

Just in time for summer, PeeperD throws down a pod of all new music.

Catch the latest from artists like Florence + The Machine, James, Grant Lee Phillips,
The Fratellis, Brett Dennen, Parker Millsap, and First Aid Kit. Plus the first single from the duo of Peter Buck and Joseph Arthur.  Featuring funky background samples from the latest album by The New Mastersounds.
We recommend you take notes-this pod will be the start of your summer playlist!

(click player for One More Ride on the New Music Express)





Color Inside The Lines-vol. 3


Back with more tunes that dabble in the color palette!

Filling our musical rainbow is music by The Tragically Hip, Nina Simone, The Rolling Stones, Joni Mitchell, Throwing Muses, Peter Gabriel, Belle & Sebastian, Sting,
and a rocker by Adrian Belew with David Bowie.

Don’t Forget To Rinse Out Your Paint Brush Before You Leave!

(click player for Color Inside The Lines-vol. 3)




Laying Down Tracks



MisterMusic is laying down tracks on this pod that move you through a great 30 minute playlist.

New stuff from Lowell, The Coral, Lord Huron, and Goon. And classic cuts by Gary Wright, Crowded House, Three Dog Night, and Warren Zevon.

Get a grip~ this one rocks!

(click player for laying down tracks)




70’s Deep Tracks-vol. 48



These are forgotten tracks that will take you back to the days when FM radio was truly an art form. And, likely never be played on today’s preset definition of what is “Classic Rock”.

 70’s Deep Tracks – the return of album rock…Podcloud1 style!

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Experience the popular 70s pastime of hitting the open road with some cruisin’ tunes.

The latest model of 70s Deep Tracks goes the distance and a little more! Podcloud1 dives deep with some of the biggest names of the decade like Aerosmith, ZZ Top, Grand Funk Railroad, Thin Lizzy, Uriah Heep, REO Speedwagon and UFO.
Plus a Joe Walsh twin-spin from The James Gang and long-time buddy Joe Vitale.
A bonus track from the Sensational Alex Harvey Band rounds out a set that has a little extra junk in the trunk!   The only way this pod could have been more authentic is if we delivered it to you on eight-track!

Roll down the windows and kick out the jams!


(click player for 70’s Deep Tracks Vol. 48)




Baby Babble


We searched our PodCloud1 music vault and found a bunch of babies in there! 

But don’t be concerned–these are baby songs.  Featuring music by Roy Orbison, Dave Mason, Linda Ronstadt, First Class, Brian Eno, Jellyfish, Gene Vincent, The Pretenders, and Bob Marley & the Wailers.

This baby babble is not gibberish!

(click player for Baby Babble)



Soundboards on PodCloud1…Just music with none of the chatter!




The Pod of Musical Pleasure –


PeeperD shows you why PodCloud1 is the one for great music!

New sounds abound with cuts from Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, and Mt. Joy.
Samples from the latest releases from Yo La Tengo, Hormone Lemonade, and Sonar with David Torn.  Classic tracks from The Who, Icehouse, The Raveonettes, and Derek & The Dominos. Plus a pop power set that includes The Raspberries, and The Plimsouls.

Take a break from your day with this pod of musical pleasure!

(click player for The Pod of Musical Pleasure)







No Posers-vol. 7 –


Our soundboard series that documents the punk and new wave movement of the 70s continues.

This pod features music from The Dictators, Sham 69, The Buzzcocks, Alternative TV, The Only Ones, Wire, The Adverts, 999, and Generation X.
Plus the debut of a strange 50s-influenced band from Athens, Georgia called The B-52’s!

(click player for No Posers-vol. 7)






Another Rainy Day –


Join MisterMusic as he plays songs to cheer you up on a rainy April day!

You may recite the old nursery rhyme ‘Rain Rain Go Away’ this month…but one thing you can definitely do while indoors is catch up on great music!

Filling up over 30 minutes of the playlist are Tones on Tail, The Stone Roses, Cayucas, Ten Years After.  And new music by Lord Huron, Palace Winter, Francis, and Hollow Hand.

PodCloud1 is showering you with great music!


(click player for ‘Another Rainy Day’)





The Roots of Rock-vol. 2 –


It’s the second installment in our soundboard series that explores the origins of rock & roll.

This pod opens with the Ike Turner tune that many feel is the first rock song-Rocket 88, and it just takes off from there!
Hear music from legends like BB King, Ray Charles, Fats Domino, Willie Dixon, Wilson Pickett and Big Joe Turner. Plus some gems from the archives by Bill Allen & The Back Beats, Tommy Ridgley, Stick McGhee & His Buddies, Jesse James and Ric Cartey & The Jiva-Tones.

This is where it all began!

(click player for The Roots Of Rock-vol. 2)





No. 1s – vol. 1 (The Sixties)


MisterMusic brings you a new series exploring the top selling singles from over 5 decades!

Scouring the Billboard charts for the most successful selling songs in sales and radio play, each volume of the series compiles No. 1 tunes of the decade.
Volume 1 is the 60s.

Featuring: The Beatles, Bobby Lewis, The Everly Brothers, Bobbie Gentry, The Four Tops, Ray Charles, Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs, The Archies, and The Beach Boys.

Let those old memories flow!


(click player for No.1s -vol. 1)






70’s Deep Tracks -vol. 47 –



These are forgotten tracks that will take you back to the days when FM radio was truly an art form. And, likely never be played on today’s preset definition of what is “Classic Rock”.

 70’s Deep Tracks – the return of album rock…Podcloud1 style!

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This edition of our soundboard series focuses on funk and soul artists of the 70s.

Music from The Isley Brothers, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, The Average White Band, Bill Withers, Edwin Starr, The Meters, Arthur Conley, Billy Preston, and
The Chairmen Of The Board.

Get down dammit!


(click player for 70’s Deep Tracks Vol. 47)





Tasty Tunes –

Flavorsome songs are featured on this soundboard!

Some are sweet and some are sour, while an occasionally bitter and salty one may pop up.
Featuring music from Franz Ferdinand, Beck, The Verve, Mississippi John Hurt, INXS,
Gang Of Four, Hooverphonic, Big Head Todd & The Monsters, and The Eurythmics.

We’re sure this pod will kick start your ear buds (and taste buds)!


(click player for Tasty Tunes)





No Posers-vol. 6 –

Some of the biggest names from the heart of the movement!

It’s like spending a month at CBGB’s. Music from The Clash, Blondie, The Jam, Iggy Pop, Ultravox, Elvis Costello, Patti Smith, Graham Parker, and Talking Heads.

This pod has lust for life!


(click player for No Posers-volume 6)





No Posers: The Underground Revolution of Rock is a regular feature on PodCloud1



No Theme Required –

There’s no agenda other than music on this brand new pod!

After several months of shows revolving around themes, PeeperD lays down a straight ahead mix guaranteed to make you smile!

New music from David Byrne and Glen Hansard. Plus taste tests of new releases from Nightmares On Wax and Van Morrison.   Classic cuts from Paul McCartney & Wings, Primal Scream, John Cale and Sixteen Horsepower.
Toss in a silly song from Yeasayer and you’ve got a pod of music with no theme other than your enjoyment.

(click player for No Theme Required)






Jam Cruise 2018 Highlights-

PeeperD’s back from this year’s Jam Cruise with an earful of music!

This pod features a mix of artists that he just discovered with some old favorites. Featuring Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Con Brio, The Main Squeeze, and Andy Frasco & The U.N.
Plus jam band vets Turkuaz, and The New Mastersounds bring the funk!
The set is rounded out by the world music rhythms of Antibalas and the bluegrass sound of The Li’l Smokies.

If you couldn’t make it to Jam Cruise, this pod will give you a little taste of the party.

(click player for Jam Cruise 2018 Highlights)



Shamrock & Roll-vol. 3 –

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with this rousing pod of rockin’ ditties.

Music from Flogging Molly, The Bloody Irish Boys, The Elders, Murder The Stout, The Go Set, The Peelers, Meisce, The Currency, Brick Top Blaggers and The Electrics.

Turn it up and spill some beer, listen to your friends cuss, and you’ll feel like you’re in an Irish pub!

(click player for Shamrock & Roll 3)






Wheel Of Chance –

MisterMusic spins the musical roulette wheel on this pod!

Creating the entire playlist by the luck of the wheel.  Featuring new tunes by: Moby, Belly, Eels, and Muse. And a few oldies in the mix by New Order, Steve Miller Band, Cake, and Steely Dan.

Who knows what the ‘wheel of chance’ will play?

(click player for Wheel Of Chance)





70’s Deep Tracks-vol. 46-

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These are forgotten tracks that will take you back to the days when FM radio was truly an art form. And, likely never be played on today’s preset definition of what is “Classic Rock”.

 70’s Deep Tracks – the return of album rock…Podcloud1 style!

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Our soundboard series of the 70s continues with some of the biggest names of the decade.

Featuring music from Jethro Tull, Rod Stewart, Joe Walsh, The Alan Parsons Project, and Traffic.  Plus a prog-rock nugget from Caravan. Brian Auger & The Trinity rock out to complete this dream bill.



(click player for 70’s Deep Tracks Vol. 46)





Livin’ On The Streets –

We take you out to the streets on this soundboard.

Singing about the hustle and bustle out there are Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, Paul Weller, The Grateful Dead, U2, The Doobie Brothers, XTC, Prince,
and Bruce Springsteen & the E-Street Band.

Keep Movin’ !

(click player for Livin’ In The Streets)





No Posers-vol. 5


1977 was a very big year for the punk and new wave revolution!

Music from Devo, The Police, Eddie & The Hot Rods, Tom Robinson Band, UK Subs, The Damned, Richard Hell & The Voidoids, The Real Kids, Radio Birdman, and Wire.
Plus early Billy Idol as he fronts Generation X.

Time travel was never this cool!

(click player for No Posers-volume 5)






Sick Of Winter


MisterMusic hosts this segment, and he leaves it clear he is
Sick of Winter !!

Trying to warm up your winter environment with hot new tunes is The Radio Dept.,  Editors, Belle Adair, and The Decemberists. Classics from Spoon, alt-J, and The English Beat. Plus, Rufus Thomas gets a bit funky.

Give this one a play and warm up your ears for a while.



(click player for Sick Of Winter)






Sexy Love Pod-vol.5


It’s our sexiest Love Pod ever!

Join PeeperD as he hosts a sensuous set of tunes of titillation just in time for Valentine’s Day.

Featuring music from Prince, Norah Jones, Otis Redding, Chris Isaak, Rufus featuring Chaka Khan, Muddy Waters, The Tom Tom Club,  Exile, Queens Of The Stone Age, Solomon Burke, Macy Gray, Andy Frasco & The U.N., and The Afghan Whigs.
Plus a classic from the “Walrus of Love” Barry White.

Turn down the lights and turn up the jams because this one is
extra-long and definitely rated “x” for extreme pleasure!

(click player for Sexy Love Pod #5)







Music of Mardi Gras-vol. 6


It’s Mardi Gras time again on Podclud1!

Celebrate Fat Tuesday with funky sounds from the Crescent City. Featuring The Neville Brothers, Dr. John, The Medicine Men, Louis Armstrong, Beausoleil, The Radiators, Big Sam’s Funky Nation, The Soul Rebels, and The New Orleans Nightcrawlers.
Plus a classic from the recently-departed Fats Domino.

Bon ton roulet!


(click player for Music of Mardi Gras #6)






70’s Deep Tracks-vol. 45


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These are forgotten tracks that will take you back to the days when FM radio was truly an art form. And, likely never be played on today’s preset definition of what is “Classic Rock”.

 70’s Deep Tracks – the return of album rock…Podcloud1 style!

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This volume features the softer side of the 70s

Music from Cat Stevens, Dan Fogelberg, Bruce Cockburn, Dave Mason, and Stephen Stills. And classic cuts from Carole King, Bob Dylan, and The Eagles.
Plus a one-hit wonder from the pre-Fleetwood Mac duo of Buckingham Nicks.


(click player for 70’s Deep Tracks Vol. 45)







Groundhog Day


This soundboard celebrates the legend of Groundhog Day.

It’s a mix of songs designed to coax the groundhog from the darkness of his den!
Music from Mumford & Sons, Todd Rundgren, Soul Asylum, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Humble Pie, The Five Americans, Bobby ‘Blues’ Bland, The 88, Woods,
Creedence Clearwater Revival, and The Flame.

Unfortunately, if the legend is true, this much light will cause that Groundhog to see his shadow and drive him back into his hole. That means six more weeks of winter weather!

~oh no!

Hope he’s got Podcloud1 in there to keep him company.

(click player for Groundhog Day soundboard)







Black and White


They say things are not always black and white, but in this soundboard they are!

Throwing a lot of shade in this monochromatic segment is Jefferson Airplane, Billy Idol, Doves, Catherine Wheel, Three Dog Night, Goo Goo Dolls, The Moody Blues, and Cream.

Sit back and dial in some contrast between your ears.


(click player for ”Black and White”)






The Roots Of Rock-vol. 1


This new soundboard series takes a closer look at the late 50s and early 60s when R&B, blues, country and pop came together to form the music we love – Rock & Roll !

Our debut pod features some of the biggest names of that era including Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison, Little Richard, Carl Perkins,and Big Joe Turner.  Plus classic cuts from Ruth Brown, Rufus Thomas, Dee Clark, and Lloyd Price.

Experience where it all began with the Roots of Rock!

(click player for  the Roots of Rock vol. 1)





Whodunnit? vol. 10
It’s another edition of the pod that challenges you to figure out WhoDunnit!

Songs originally popularized by Bob Dylan, U2, John Lennon, Beck, The Traveling Wilburys, Crowded House, Daft Punk and The Postal Service.
Clue master PeeperD will drop some hints to help you out.

See if you can identify the artists performing these tunes.

(click player for Whodunnit-vol. 10)





 Polarizing Politics


 Join PeeperD for his second annual political pod as he reviews the state of the nation under the rule of a madman.

Featuring new music from Billy Bragg. Timely tunes for troubled times from Green Day, REM, Soundgarden, X, Melissa Etheridge and Talk Talk.
Plus MSNBC host Morning Joe Scarborough hits the studio for a musical take.
Are you tired of ”winning” yet?

(click player for Polarizing Politics)




No Posers-  vol. 4

Our soundboard series that highlights the punk and new wave movement of the 70s continues with a set from 1977.

Music from The Dead Boys. Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers, Wire, The Dictators, Graham Parker, The Stranglers, Mink DeVille and The Boomtown Rats.
Plus “hits” from The Ramones and The Sex Pistols .

It’s a full-blown music rebellion by this time! Check it out


(click player for No Posers-Volume 4)





 Frost Breaker


MisterMusic is back this month to warm your ears with some indie rock and classic hits!

Featuring new tunes by Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Strand Of Oaks, and Brett.
He spins a few classics from the PodCloud1 vault too by Elvis Costello & The Attractions, The Smashing Pumpkins, The Clash, R.E.M., and Coldplay.

This pod will break the frost and winter chill off those speakers!


(click player for Frost Breaker)





70’s Deep Tracks-vol. 44


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These are forgotten tracks that will take you back to the days when FM radio was truly an art form. And, likely never be played on today’s preset definition of what is “Classic Rock”.

 70’s Deep Tracks – the return of album rock…Podcloud1 style!

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Podcloud1 loves the 70s!

This edition of our popular soundboard series goes deep with music from The Steve Miller Band, Quicksilver Messenger Service, The Strawbs, Loggins & Messina, and Bachman Turner Overdrive. Plus rarities from Brownsville Station, Circus, Flash and Python Lee Jackson.

You won’t hear any of these on classic rock radio.

(click player for 70’s Deep Tracks Vol. 44)