Vinyl Analysis

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Pantera. Dimebag. Alrosa Villa. A Fan's Journey. Episode 3: A Celebration of The Alrosa Villa At one point, the Alrosa Villa was the center of the most thriving music scene in the midwest. In this episode we pay tribute to the "glory days" of the venue.  From Queensryche to Dio to Prince, you will be surprised by the amount of top tier talent that graced the stage of the Alrosa.  Faster Pussycat drummer, Chad Stewart, as well as renowned engineer Chris LaMarca, share their favorite memories from this one of a kind venue. We also hear from Rick Soga, Joe Viers and others who recall some of the most memorable live performances they've ever seen there. https://qfm96.com/archies-vinyl-analysis/ https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3qHQOYXuckXhI6u6pADjmN?si=FdbNeDhMTCK6Ks1aHfFsWw
Summer may be over, but our ears are still ringing from the summer road trip to Rock'N The Roost in Newark, Ohio. The Knights of The Rock Table gathered to talk with bands Suicide Toyz, 8 lb Pressure, Liliac, and Queensryche's Michael Wilton. Plus, the concert promoters/owners Devon White and Sheri Mertz were the ultimate hosts and stopped by to talk all things rock and metal.
It's the album that solidified Aerosmith into the rock landscape, "Get Your Wings." Archie and music journalist, Rick Gethin, jump in to this iconic Aerosmith record during this week's episode of Vinyl Analysis. How toxic were the toxic twins? How did Steven Tyler's libido influence this album? How did this record cement the Aerosmith sound that we know today? All this and more on Vinyl Analysis.
Owner of Lost Weekend Records, Kyle Siegrist, pow wows with Archie about the influence of Rush's 1981 album, "Moving Pictures."  Is Alex Lifeson underrated? Why was "Moving Pictures" the right album at the right time? Plus everything you need to know about upcoming Record Store Day.
The Boss takes center stage in this week's Vinyl Analysis as Archie and radio host George Wolf dissect "Born to Run."  What made Archie beg another man to to take off his shirt?  What's it like to see Springsteen perform live 28 times?  Why you might not want your wife to meet The Boss backstage.  All this and more in this week's episode of Vinyl Analysis.
Columbus drumming hero, Keith Pickens, brings his expertise to this episode of Vinyl Analysis when we explore Rush's "2112." We also pay tribute to the greatest rock n roll drummer of all time...Neil Peart.
Legendary Jethro Tull rock guitarist, Martin Barre, joins Archie for this "Artist Edition" of Vinyl Analysis. Barre talks about the highs and lows of recording one of the most iconic rock albums of all time, "Aqualung". Plus, you won't believe your ears when he shares one of the most amazing rock n roll stories you'll ever hear.
Archie and drummer Brad Heston discuss what makes AC/DC's "High Voltage" so electric. Which AC/DC singer reigns supreme? Where does Axel Rose fit into the legacy of AC/DC? What position should drummers play if they were in the NFL? All this and more in this week's episode of Vinyl Analysis.
Thin Lizzy. Guitars. Beer. This week's Vinyl Analysis couldn't get any cooler when Archie invites guitarist Steve Theado in to talk about Thin Lizzy's "Jailbreak".
In this special Artist Edition of Vinyl Analysis the one and only Alice Cooper joins Archie to dish details about his iconic record, Billion Dollar Babies. Alice also talks about guitar shredding babes, the original Hollywood Vampires, and which rock legend looked great in drag.
It's the record that made it cool to like Duran Duran...The Power Station. What made this super group so special? Why did Archie lie to his friends about his record collection for years? What in the hell is Archie doing with a Chippendale calendar!? Answers to these questions and more in this episode of Vinyl Analysis.
The Knights gather around the Rock Table for one last time in 2018 to highlight some of the best shows they saw over the course of the year...plus a brief look ahead to 2019.
Archie speaks with Chip Znuff, bassist for American Rock Band Enuff Z'nuff.
In the latest episode of Vinyl Analysis Archie and radio personality Mike Austin discuss Mötley Crüe's "Shout at the Devil". This album was so important during their youth, but what happened to make them turn against the band?
We're launching Season 3 of Vinyl Analysis with the most compelling episode yet!  Archie talks to Who super fan Ross "One Cast" Wagner who was in attendance at the infamous 1979 Who concert in Cincinnati where 11 fans were trampled to death.   Hear Ross' first hand experience from this moment in history while they share their love for The Who.
In this episode of Vinyl Analysis, Archie and Torg from Qfm96 put on their makeup and talk about Kiss "Destroyer." How did Kiss step up their game on Destroyer? Will the End of the Road tour ever really end? And will Ace and Peter ever join Gene and Paul on stage again? Dig in Kiss Army, you're in for a treat!
Archie hangs with Columbus, Ohio rock legend Michael Hannon as he talks about his hero, Alice Cooper. The two breakdown the dark and creepy "Welcome To My Nightmare" and so much more.
Bang Tango guitarist, Mark Knight, talks about the LA Strip, the cult favorite record "Psycho Cafe" and his new musical direction in this Artist Edition of Vinyl Analysis.
It's the first annual Rock 'N' Roll draft! The Knights have once again gathered, but this time they mean business. In this special live recording the guys draft their ultimate rock band one member at a time. Recorded on Record Store Day 2019 at Craft N Vinyl this is hard rock discussion at it's finest.
Drew Fortier, musician and filmmaker, joins the Knights to discuss his 2015 rockumentary "Attack of Life: The Bang Tango Movie."
The self titled debut Van Halen record changed the face of rock as we know it.  In this episode of Vinyl Analysis Archie and guitarist Soga unleash on this classic album.   How did Van Halen rip off  the Eagles?  Who really played bass on most of Van Halen's records?  What role did this record play in the rock culture?
Bang Tango founding member and guitarist, Mark Knight, helps us kick off the new season of Vinyl Analysis. He dishes on the Bang Tango reunion and addresses those tour rumors once and for all. Plus, does the band plan on making any new music together? Knight also talks about getting his former band mates to play on his upcoming Unsung Heroes record. Find archive episodes of Vinyl Analysis (including more on Bang Tango): https://qfm96.com/archies-vinyl-analysis/ Dig into Mark Knight & the Unsung Heroes: https://www.markknightandtheunsungheroes.com/
Archie talks with Pete Way, former, and best-known, bassist of UFO, Waysted in addition to Fastway and Ozzy.
It's the first ever Vinyl Analysis crossover podcast! Archie takes the show on the road and records this episode at the bachelor pad of Dino Tripodis, comedian and host of Whiskey Business. Why does Archie want to climb a mountain and get drunk on whiskey? Which celebrity death shocked him the most? Which comedians have made a lasting impression on the hosts? All this and more debauchery on this week's episode of Vinyl Analysis.
Archie and veteran rocker, Michael Hannon, explain why Paul Stanley's solo record is way more influential than most people realize.
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Podcast Details

Started
Oct 16th, 2016
Latest Episode
Mar 13th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
67
Avg. Episode Length
39 minutes
Explicit
No

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