I found this guy when I was searching for a review of the new Fender Excelsior 13 watt Amp, he's got a great voice and some harmonica skills. He's a blues Larry David who can't do it all by himself. With a great cover of Sonny Boy Williamson 2's Help me. Here's Dakota dean
Remember GDTKC comes back on air in September, get ready!
Hello Boys and Girls, It's George here again! Wow, 2 months of nothing! What am I like?
The show is back! And I have to admit the blog has been on the back burner since I started my production company. But I come bearing good news....
THE SONICS ARE PLAYING MANCHESTER!!!!!! Yes, that's right and you can order tickets here. I'm hoping to secure an Interview with the band and get them to answer all those burning questions we wanted to ask when they played London last year.
Right anyway here is a link to the latest music video I directed for a loverly group called 'The Systematics' Check out ....IT HURTS
Today the first 100 names of Lps of John Peels collection go live on thespace.org.
The A's are up with Abba, ABC and AC/DC plus many more.Sadly the copyright prevents the website from streaming online, however there are links available to listen elsewhere. John Peel's personal notes will also be available to view.
Here's an interview with George Borowski about the new website and his experiences meeting the Peel in person.
Yes it's time for your weekly dose of rock and roll, we talk Del Shannon, Jack White, Beach boys. Last weeks music news and More. Check out the GDTKC PODCAST! Were also playing you THREE of the best cuts from the Muddy Water's album Electric Mud and giving you the history behind it.
Don't forget to give your requests to email@example.com. Click 'Read More for the track listing...
Hello chaps, Not only have The Beach Boys re-united but they're releasing the first brand new single in 30 years.
I'm not keen on the title 'That's why God made the radio', Man made the radio maaaaan. However, it's the best sounding achievement post 1970's that they've done. I'm a sucker for those sweet harmonies and it's got a wall of sound vibe, sadly it doesn't seem to be as guitar heavy as i'd have liked.
Yes it's that time again... GDTKC has changed. But one thing remains the same...I'm playing some of the best Rock and Roll Music. We've moved on to playing only VINYL this week, including the great Brown Brogues and Two Wounded Birds!
I'm also going over the latest music news and lots of hilarity. Go on, have a listen!
And prepare yourself for a second show coming this week!
P.s Click 'read more' to find out what music is played and where you can buy it
Hello one and all! GDTKC is back after a well earned break! It's been over a month but We've been busy...
From now on the 'listen again' feature will include all the music we play on the show and I'll give you the option to download just the talk... Sadly Andy Davies has moved on and it's just going to be me from now on. GDTKC is now a one man band, but were playing some good music! From Tomorrow were going to resume our daily blogging and weekly music show, I hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I love creating it!
I've also started my own 'movie' business in our little breather, here's a still from my first music video....
Hey guys and girls, just a quick message to tell you to check out this great Captain Beefheart documentary on youtube. It was produced by the BBC in 1997 and narrated by John Peed. It's split in 6 parts, so you'll have to go on youtube yourself to find the rest. But here's part one. Enjoy.
And remember the GDTKC podcast will be published soon, including a great live set from the Rik Warren (A great blues singer).
In this weeks slice of musical fun we find out heroes, George and Andy, talking about the new Andy Warhol biopic, Who's died, the latest music news and take a look at Ian Dury's 'New Boots and Panties' for our three of the best.
Here's the podcast, you can download it here and below i've attached the three of the best tracks for this weeks show.
I've just heard the sad news that Davy Jones has passed away. He has died of a heart attack aged 66, he grew up in Manchester, same area as my mums family and when I interviewed him last year I found him to be a completely charming and witty individual.
Here's a link to my in-depth chat I had with him about The Monkees, Head, his solo work and what was then, his future recording.
RIP Davy Jones 30 December 1945 – 29 February 2012