When it's a big deal, it usually begins with a fancy overture. I'll illustrate:
o·ver·ture /ˈōvərCHər,ˈōvərˌCHo͝or/ noun: overture; plural noun: overtures
1. an orchestral piece at the beginning of an opera, suite, play, oratorio, or other extended composition. an independent orchestral composition in one movement.
2. an introduction to something more substantial.
So join Trick's Synthetic Podcast as he countsdown 10 semi classic rock overtures...who knows it just might lead to something bigger!
It's your monthly countdown of tunes you remember, play by folks you may even know, and served up as only Trick's Synthetic Podcast can. This months selections are:
10 7th Son (Johnny Rivers) - Georgie Fame
09 She Said Yeh (Georgie Fame) - Beat Merchants
08 Season Of The Witch (Donovan) - The Aliens
07 I Can See Clearly Now (Johnny Nash) - Tift Merritt
06 Give Me Love (George Harrison) - Ron Sexsmith
05 Sugar Magnolia (Grateful Dead) - Susanna Hoffs/Matthew Sweet
04 Runaway (Del Shannon) - Party Boys
03 Happenings Ten Years Ago (Yardbirds) - Todd Rundgren
02 My Girl (The Temptations ) - Otis Redding
01 The Letter (The Box Tops ) - The Mops
00 Chain Gang (Sam Cooke) - Otis Redding
In this episode of after the podcast podcast, we serve up all the selections from the vault that wouldn't fit in the regular podcast. Enjoy this secong trip around the block in an almost brand new Caddy!
The complete window sticker can be seen at trickspodcast.blogspot.com
Say, there's nothing that says "class" like a Cadillac. It is the car that was treasured by celebs from Al Capone to Elvis. It was also the inspration for song writers and performers for decades. This week Trick's Synthetic Podcast* slips behind the wheel and cruses through an hour of tunes dedicated to "The Standard of the World," It's more than a Cadillac...it's a Caddy!
We're headed down to San Antonio next week and to get us all in the spirit of this unique city Trick put together this special plate of Tex Mex delicacies, each with a special flavor and spice only the Southern area of the state could offer. Join trickspodcast.blogspot.com as we travel south.
John Henry received his famous nickname from drummer Joey Covington who thought it ironic that a white haired older man would fit in as a rock musician within the San Francisco musical community. But, fit in he did, and he became one of the most loved muscians of his day. This week Trick Synthetic Podcast (trickspodcast.blogspot.com) counts down Papa John...and I'm not talkin' pizza!