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Thankful Rocking, While Sad Hall And Oates are Squabbling!

We give Thanks to you the listener on this 45th slice of pie!!!! When you’re done eating leftovers please take a listen about new artists Bar Italia and Agriculture. We also talk the Decemberists 4th album The Crane Wife. We talk the sad squabbling of Hall and Oates. We dig into tracks you may hear at a Thanksgiving get together. We show are thanks for you along with Miles Davis to Corrosion Of Conformity and Common and Iron Maiden in between. Thank you for always taking some time with THE HOOKUP ON MUSIC.

Album Cuts #12 Neil Young And Devo “Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)”

Thank you for tuning into this special Album Cuts as we take a look at an unlike pairing. When Neil Young and Devo got together to jam all bets were off. The band rocks it’s socks off on a rarely version of the well known Neil Young track. Hear how Devo even added to the lyrics to the original written tune. Great performances and interviews about on this extra slice of musical nirvana,

Album Cuts #11 Death Cab For Cutie’s Transatlanticism at 20 Years Old!

Thanks for joining THE HOOKUP on this 11th slice of musical ragged glory. As we peak behind the curtain on Death Cab For Cutie’s Transatlanticism! A band that is starting to click in a creative peak. Ben Gibbard’s songwriting shines bright on the bands 4th album. With a production style to remember by the band’s guitarist Chris Walla to tie the album together. This is a definite in THE HOOKUP cannon.

Album Cuts #10 The Brothers Johnson

Thank you for joining the Hookup as we celebrate The Brothers Johnson. What a pair of brothers that showcase an amazing funk bass and guitar sound that is one of the best. So many great jams from “Get The Funk Out Of My Face” to “Strawberry Letter 23” Listen and see some rare performances along with why The Brothers Johnson is one of the best of funk. From the classics you know to the deep cuts you don’t! Album Cuts is here as always to honor some of the best in music!

 The Slayer Headbangers Of Funk!

Tonight We’re at 44 and we’re gonna deliver so much more tunes you love!!! Slayer is one of the main dishes on tonight’s full plate of musical amazingness. We also talk A Tribe Called Quest and Marvin Gaye. We dig into things from the past that are no more like Headbangers Ball. We talk Trent Reznor’s new film score. We talk new artist Noah Kahan and amazing guitarist John McLaughlin. Thank you so much for digging into the musical vault with THE HOOKUP ON MUSIC!

Album Cuts #9 Allman Brother’ Berry Oakley

On the anniversary of Allman Brother bassist Berry Oakley’s passing, we take a look at Park Forest’s very own. His bass style was unique all its own. When you listen to Live At Fillmore it’s hard not to deny the magic that was in his playing. Join us on this 9th Album Cut as we got the HOOKUP on some awesome footage of the great bass legends playing as we celebrate a legend of the bass gone too soon.

 Sugar Baggy Shreds The Top 250 Guitarists Of All Time!

Thank you so much for joining the fun!!! Tonight we take an in depth look into Rolling Stone Magazines most recent greatest guitarist list. There’s a few highs and a bunch of lows. We get to the bottom of some of the placements and where we would put certain artists. We also talk the brand new released Beatles song. Also dig into some concerts that are coming around the bend. We got our guitar tuned and we’re ready to shred!

Album Cuts #7 Beastie Boys Ft. Q-Tip “Get It Together”

On the newest Album Cuts, we take a look at a legendary collaboration. Beastie Boys and Q-tip getting together literally on the track Get It Together is a must hear. When 4 Mc’s can get into a room and bust out a classic such as this it’s a definite must. Q-Tip brings his Tribe Called Quest amazingness to the Beastie Boys in a lyrical frenzy. Check out not only Get It Together but the whole ILL Communication album.

Album Cuts #6 Talking Heads “Born Under Punches (The Heat Goes On)”

Thank you so much for digging into another Album Cut! This time it was a classic track off of Talking Head’s album Remain In Light. We talk about the rhythm that makes the song move. The members that put the work into the track. Rare clips from the band both live and classic rare interviews. Thank you for letting The Hookup share Born Under Punches. Take a listen to not only this track but the rest of the album.