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Well, here it is the 23rd and final episode of Gearhead Blues. As I’ve said on two previous episodes I’m moving to Michigan, so Gearhead Blues must go on hiatus. I hope to be back in the future as part of a joint podcast with the host of Musical Exile with Hideelee.

I assembled this episode last week while suffering from a terrible case of bronchitis so I did no voiceovers as I had lost my voice. So this time around you get “Less Talk, More Rock”

The answer to the little trivia question last week was….Jimi Hendrix. The listener with the correct answer was Rich Sibello of Nutley, NJ. In fact, his was the ONLY answer sent in. You can check Rich out on his radio show “The Classic Soul Blow Out” on WFDU 89.1, Tuesday at 1pm here in NJ.

To see my playlist, check my blog on MySpace at: myspace.com/bonneville73


This really is the second to last episode, I promise!


A (sort of) special edition of Gearhead Blues celebrating my sticking it to THE MAN and moving to Michigan


The red-headed stepchild of Ready Steady A Go Go


After a brief hiatus, I'm back with a new episode of Gearhead Blues.

Another collection of random tracks, chosen because they're what I've been listening to around Chez JT.




Last night I was assembling this installment of Gearhead Blues and was pretty happy with how all the songs came together, so I decided not to add any announcing.
To view my playlist visit my blog at www.myspace.com/bonneville73 and
don't forget, if you have any comments or suggestions, e-mail me at bonneville73@podomatic.com or trembly_99@yahoo.com

This week we’ll hear:

• a British cover of the Merry-Go-Round
• a long-rumored but possibly now disproved Jimmy Page session appearance
• a New Zealand female cover of a song more well-known by the Pretty Things
• an Australian cover of the 13th Floor Elevators
• Bon Scott singing the Soft Machine
• A track from the second worst-selling album in Columbia’s history
• A song for Gwen, Cheshy, and Mr. Peepers
• And a cover of one of Hideelee’s favorite songs by a current stoner rock band


A soggy day in NJ and in-between bailing water out of my sump pump, I created a new episode of Gearhead Blues.


I put this return episode together kind of quickly last week. I apologize for any sloppy edits and poor announcing.
You can expect the usual mix of rarities, obscurities and just plain weirdness.


Episode 14 brings you more 60s pop, current rockers, garage rarities and all out hi-energy rock'nroll


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