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Originally released August 18, 2016: In this intentionally dichotomous episode BJ plays the heaviest songs he could find by some of the bands or artists often labelled, rightfully so or not, as "soft rock." STARSHIP - JANE AIR SUPPLY - BRING OUT THE MAGIC AMERICA - GREEN MONKEY THE MOODY BLUES - IT'S UP TO YOU CHICAGO - LONG TIME NO SEE BREAD - DOW…
 
BJ presents an hour of cartoon theme songs from the eighties (with commercials). M.A.S.K. JAYCE AND THE WHEELED WARRIORS ULYSSES 31 THE ADVENTURES OF THE GALAXY RANGERS ROCK LORDS COMMERCIAL DEFENDERS OF THE EARTH POLE POSITION SABER RIDER AND THE STAR SHERIFFS SPIRAL ZONE RING RAIDERS MIGHTY ORBOTS GOBOTS COMMERCIAL DINOSAUCERS RUBIK THE AMAZING C…
 
Originally released as RA/OR Episode 34 on Thursday, March 6, 2014... Long before he joined Megadeth Marty Friedman was already making great and groundbreaking heavy metal music with his bands Deuce, Vixen, Aloha and Hawaii. On this episode B.J. discusses those early metal bands with him and you'll get to hear some of the great music that they made…
 
BJ presents a sampling of thirty more great AOR songs. They'd be wearing their hearts on their sleeve if their shirts had any sleeves! FIST - ARE YOU CRYING TANGIER - ONE MORE TIME TREAT - HIDIN' VOYAGER UK - DON'T WALK AWAY FROM LOVE FAHRENHEIT - TALKING 'BOUT LOVE 1927 - A DAY LIKE TODAY OCEANS APART - DON'T SAY GOODBYE THE EVIDENCE - OCEANS APAR…
 
Hear conversations BJ had with Coleman York from Canadian power pop band Numbers and Graham "Kidder" Hammonds from punky UK power poppers the Incredible Kidda Band? And the songs on this episode? Proof positive that even the highest quality material may not bring a band success.Oleh Rock and/or Roll
 
BJ wrote a book, published by Jawbone Press and available now: https://www.amazon.com/This-Band-Has-No-Past/dp/1911036874 For this episode BJ covers some of the podcasts he has been on to promote the book, along with some of the reviews that have come out, then interviews Trouser Press editor Ira Robbins, who shares his thoughts on the book, and al…
 
I wrote a book! It's called This band has no past: How Cheap Trick Became Cheap Trick, published by Jawbone Press. http://jawbonepress.com/this-band-has-no-past/ For this very special, one of a kind episode, BJ presents various clips from some of the many interviews that he conducted for the book. Where to order: Get a signed copy direct from the a…
 
Episode 70, originally released April 2, 2015: Since this is episode number seventy BJ decided to take a look at his own personal top ten favorite albums that were released in the corresponding year of 1970. Episode 74, originally released on April 30, 2015: Since this is episode number seventy-four BJ decided to take a look at his own personal top…
 
BJ has enlightening conversations about power pop (and the music business) with guitar player Marco Delmar from The Elektrics (who released two albums with Capitol) and keyboardist Dave Hearn from HAWKS (who released two albums with Columbia). What role did a young Jon Bon Jovi play in creating a unique percussion sound? Who turned down a tour with…
 
A pair of remixed episodes from the RA/OR archives... "Tickled Ivories" originally released June 2014: BJ plays some of his favorite piano-centric rock songs...and they're not all ballads! "Unplugged" originally released March 2014: It's RA/OR UNPLUGGED as BJ plays 25 of his favorite acoustic songs.Oleh Rock and/or Roll
 
BJ is joined by Arthur Alexander, guitar player and singer/songwriter from the classic power pop bands the Poppees, very early purveyors of the style that became power pop, and Sorrows, whose album Teenage Heartbreak is one of the greatest power pop albums ever released. We also learn how the band's second album, Love Too Late, was hijacked by a le…
 
BJ presents an interview with Jonathan Paley, who recalls unwittingly wandering into some dive called CBGBs along with Jonathon Richman, auditioning for the Heartbreakers (Johnny Thunders, Richard Hell and Jerry Nolan), recording with the Ramones, being produced by Phil Spector, not to mention the story of the band he had with his brother Andy, the…
 
From July 2013: B.J. is your self-appointed tour guide for a trip through the more remote provinces of the seventies rock scene in Canada. Beauty! From January 2016: Michel Pagliaro is a one of a kind artist and in terms of seventies rock and the advent of power pop he was a true visionary. Famous in Quebec but virtually unknown outside of that Fre…
 
For this episode, the first in what will be an extended series about the development of the power pop genre, BJ presents a brief overview, including interviews with Bob Jackson, who joined Badfinger towards the end of that legendary band's original run, and Cyril Jordan, who wrote the iconic "Shake Some Action" for The Flamin' Groovies.…
 
Yes, this is actually the 20th episode of AOR? AOK! Meaning, at this point, BJ has exposed RA/OR listeners to melodic rock songs by more than 450 different bands or artists. IAN CUSSICK - THE SUPERNATURAL GUIDO MINEO - ROSES ROULETTE - ONLY THE STRONG PALACE - NEVER WANNA SAY GOODBYE STEVEN MCCLINTOCK - WHEN LOVE BREAKS SILENT RUNNING - FLAME OF LO…
 
BJ is once again joined by Fistful of Dave and Joey Haynie for a shameless sequel to the most downloaded episode of Rock and/or Roll, episode 91: SAD BUT TRUE, a dismantling of the Black Album. On this episode they take apart Metallica's misguided follow-ups to that Diamond seller, LOAD and RELOAD.Oleh Rock and/or Roll
 
Originally released in October 2013 and September 2014. RA/OR 17: Badfinger were the first band signed by The Beatles when they launched their own record label Apple Records in 1968 and the band had several hits before the harsh reality of the corrupt record industry came crashing down on their hopes and dreams. The band's song "Baby Blue" was prom…
 
BJ is joined by Eric Miller and Jon Lamoreaux for the resurrection of the Songs of the Knight series originally presented by the Pods & Sods Network. For this episode they have an in depth discussion about Billy Squier's seventh album Creatures of Habit from 1991. Hear the previous episodes here: https://podsodcast.com/?s=songs+of+the+knight…
 
This is a re-edited version of an episode I had finished and ready to go when the RIAA brought the smackdown in August 2020. An answer song is a song made in response to a previous song, normally by another artist. The concept became widespread in blues and R&B recorded music in the 1930s to the 1950s. Answer songs were also extremely popular in co…
 
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