August 22, 2014

The Hank in Chains Show Episode #0036 (05/26/2009)

The Hank in Chains Show
Episode #0036 (05/26/2009)

On Wednesday, May 26th, The Hank in Chains Show returns with a feature on Bob Dylan’s underrated 1978 record, “Street Legal”. On the heels of his mid-70s classic albums “Blood on the Tracks” and “Desire”, Dylan released a record that sported abstract lyrics and a big production sound similar to Springsteen’s “Born to Run”. Often unfairly criticized because of that production, it is often forgotten when Dylan fans discuss his greatest records. On this week’s show, we’ll give it the love it deserves.

Other music this week from: Stone Temple Pilots, The Black Keys, Hank Williams III, Jimi Hendrix, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, James Scott Bullard, Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band, Buddy Holly, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, James Hand, The Drive By Truckers, and Merle Haggard.

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http://www.section86.com/ THICS Episode #0036

The Hank in Chains Show Episode #0035 (03/03/2010)

The Hank in Chains Show
Episode #0035 (03/03/2009)

On March 3rd, in addition to an independent-artist heavy lineup, The Hank in Chains Show will feature REM‘s underrated gem of an album, 1996′s “New Adventures in Hi-Fi”. The album was the last to feature the entire original lineup and was written mostly while the band was on a world tour. Unfortunately ignored by fans and the media, “New Adventures in Hi-Fi” is winner and is truly one of the band’s greatest records.

Other music this week from: Johnny Cash, The Beatles, Buffalo Killers, Wolfmother, The Fleshtones, The Avett Brothers, Thieves and Liars, Pearl Jam, Deer Tick, The Petty Bones, Dwight Yoakam, and Songs from the Road Band.

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http://www.section86.com/ THICS Episode #0035

The Hank in Chains Show Episode #0034 (02/17/2010)

The Hank in Chains Show
Episode #0033 (02/03/2009)

On February 17th, The Hank in Chains Show returns on its new home, Ustream.tv! In addition to the great music from all genres that you’ve come to expect, the first Ustream episode of the show will focus the music of Warren Zevon. It isn’t the first time we’ve featured Zevon, and it certainly will not the last. This time, we will be taking a look at a few different styles and themes of the sadly underrated late singer/songwriter who was far more than “Werewolves of London”. Make sure to be a part of the show’s new era and tune in!

Other music this week from: John Lennon, Porter Wagoner, Dana Fuchs, Led Zeppelin, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, The White Stripes, Robbie Fulks, Steve Earle, Hank Williams III, Split Lip Rayfield, Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, and BR5-49.

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http://www.section86.com/ THICS Episode #0034

The Hank in Chains Show Episode #0033 (02/03/2010)

The Hank in Chains Show
Episode #0033 (02/03/2009)

The sad news was delivered last week… Flapdaddy.com is shutting down for good. The good news though is that this week’s episode of The Hank in Chains Show will ensure that the site will go out with a bang. The final Flapdaddy.com episode will feature the solo music of the Quiet Beatle, George Harrison. While he was forced to take a backseat to John Lennon and Paul McCartney when the Fab Four was taking the world by storm, Harrison would prove that his solo sound was equal, or even better, than that of his more famous bandmates until his death in 2001.

Other music this week from: Bruce Springsteen, Hank Williams, Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers, Meat Puppets, Dropkick Murphys, Drive-By Truckers, Johnny Cash, Mad Season, Robbie Fulks, Screaming Trees, and Mark Huff.

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http://www.section86.com/ THICS Episode #0033

The Hank in Chains Show Episode #0032 (01/27/2010)

The Hank in Chains Show
Episode #0032 (01/27/2009)

This week on The Hank in Chains Show, we will feature Ray Wylie Hubbard‘s new album “A. Enlightenment B. Endarkenment”. While he has achieved much fame in the world of mainstream music, Hubbard, a Texas legend, has been writing outstanding songs for decades, and the new release lives up to his legacy. With a country sound fused with a heavy dose of blues and Hubbard’s as usual brilliant lyricism, “A. Enlightenment B. Endarkenment” is a must hear record.

Other music this week from: John Fogerty, Nirvana, James Hand, Dinosaur Jr., Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Clutch, Warren Zevon, The Dead Weather, The Reverend Horton Heat, Joey Allcorn, Bob Dylan, and Chris Scruggs.

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http://www.section86.com/ THICS Episode #0032

The Hank in Chains Show Episode #0031 (01/20/2010)

The Hank in Chains Show
Episode #0031 (01/20/2009)

The first episode of The Hank in Chains Show in 2010 will be a look back at our favorite albums of 2009. For two hours, we will present a countdown of the albums by playing a few of the best songs from each record. Tune in for a great night of music!

Includes music from the following artists: Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Them Crooked Vultures, Bob Dylan, Raul Malo, The Black Crowes, Songs from the Road Band, Lonesome Wyatt and Rachel Brooke, Bruce Springsteen, Alice in Chains, and Chuck Mead.

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http://www.section86.com/ THICS Episode #0031

The Hank in Chains Show Episode #0030 (12/16/2009)

The Hank in Chains Show
Episode #0030 (12/16/2009)

This week on The Hank in Chains Show, we will feature Nirvana‘s new live album, “Live at Reading”. It had been a little less than a year since their legendary album Nevermind had been released, and while Kurt Cobain and company were live show legends in the underground rock scene, mainstream America was still becoming acquainted with the band. This 1992 show though, which has been bootlegged for years, helped to further cement Nirvana’s legend. Considered in many circles to be one of the greatest live shows in the history of rock and roll, it has finally been given the official release it has deserved for years.

Other music this week from: Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Brian McGee and the Hollow Speed, Watermelon Slim, Mudhoney, Loretta Lynn, Warren Zevon, Alice in Chains, Scott H. Biram, Gram Parsons, William Elliott Whitmore, and Joe Grushecky.

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http://www.section86.com/ THICS Episode #0030

The Hank in Chains Show Episode #0029 (12/03/2009)

The Hank in Chains Show
Episode #0029 (12/03/2009)

This week on The Hank in Chains Show, we will feature The Songs from the Road Band‘s new album, “As the Crow Flies”. While the term “underground supergroup” may be a musical oxymoron, in the case of the Songs from the Road Band, it makes perfect sense. Luckily for us, the hodgepodge of Asheville, North Carolina bluegrass all stars appears like it won’t stop recording or performing any time soon. “As the Crow Flies” is, in our opinion, the best bluegrass album of 2009. You won’t want to miss this week’s show!

Other music this week from: Bruce Springsteen, The Who, Whitey Morgan and the 78s, The Low Anthem, The Gutter Twins, Jerry Cantrell, Led Zeppelin, Neil Young, Those Poor Bastards, John Lennon, Joey Allcorn, and The Gin Palace Jesters.

Any questions or comments? call (206) 339-8419.

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http://www.section86.com/ THICS Episode #0029