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The best rock, deep tracks, and whatnot. Come hang out with Jake Garber every Sunday from 10-Midnight for this weekly two-hour extravaganza where we explore the best of whatever Jake feels like playing. It's usually good. I promise.

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Released on Oct 1, 2017
Length: 02:04:26
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Released on Feb 27, 2017
Length: 01:56:35
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Released on Dec 5, 2016
Length: 02:04:23
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Released on Nov 28, 2016
Length: 02:03:10
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No. 56: Hendrix Lives

Today is Jimi Hendrix's 74th birthday, so we celebrate with two solid hours of Hendrix! There are plenty of his more popular songs, as well as some live cuts and studio rarities. Owen Robinette is chilling in the booth with me and it's a great time. (Original Air Date: 11/27/16)

Released on Nov 20, 2016
Length: 02:02:01
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Released on Oct 31, 2016
Length: 02:01:33
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Released on Oct 17, 2016
Length: 00:44:25
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No. 53: Kill the Music

On this episode, I try to keep things mostly upbeat, but we still have a nice range of tunes. We listen to The Fratellis, Gary Clark, Hendrix, and much more, including my all-time favorite Radiohead song. (Original Air Date: 10/16/2016)

Released on Oct 3, 2016
Length: 02:02:00
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No. 52: Moon

Tonight's show is all about the moon (well, sort of...). I give shoutouts to my family members and play a bunch of songs I like. Things get weird, but it's a good time. There's no Floyd or Zep tonight, but I do play some Van Morrison, some Bowie, Talking Heads, a double-dose of Stones, and plenty more! (Original Air Date: 10/2/2016)

Released on Sep 26, 2016
Length: 02:04:16
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No. 51: Paintings of Pigs (Guest: Owen Robinette)

On this special episode, Owen Robinette, my co-host on Monday nights (for 2 Dudes Assorted Tunes) joins me officially as a guest on this show. There's no theme, but we do a tribute to Nirvana for the 25th anniversary of... oh well, whatever, nevermind. We also play more Black Sabbath than originally planned, Arctic Monkeys, Neil, and once again the obligatory Floyd and Zep, plus much more. (Original Air Date: 9/25/16)

Released on Sep 19, 2016
Length: 02:01:51
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No. 50: Seven Echoes

We're back! For our 50th show, the loose theme is artists I saw last summer, but I don't stick to it very closely at all. Owen and Henry are hanging out with me and we all have a good time. There's also a special tribute to Gene Wilder. Artists played include Tame Impala, Cage the Elephant, The Allman Brothers, and these super cool guys from Australia called The Avalanches. There's also the obligatory Zeppelin and Floyd. (Original Air Date: 9/18/16)

Released on May 2, 2016

No. 49: Fifth Sister

In this episode, we listen to a wide range of tunes both old and new. Jake's parents each requested a song, and we also loaded up on deep cuts from classic bands. Artists played include David Bowie, Franz Ferdinand, Dream Theater, and more. (Original Air Date: 5/1/16)

Released on Apr 18, 2016
Length: 02:07:37
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No. 48: Jesus Was a Punk Rocker (Guest: Peter Phelan)

This week's episode features an extra helping of punk and angst. Peter Phelan couldn't be convinced to leave, so he's back as a guest for the second week in a row. In addition to all the punk, we listen to some Cake, TV on the Radio, and Bruce, plus two not-new songs that I only discovered recently, and much more. (Original Air Date: 4/18/2016)

Released on Apr 11, 2016
Length: 02:07:30
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No. 47: I Dream of Weezer

On our first recorded show, we celebrate the recent release of "The White Album" by Weezer by playing songs from various points in their history as well as several from the new album. Despite resistance on my end, I am joined by the inevitable Peter Phelan, who seems intent on saying dumb things on air a lot. Anyway, we also have songs from King Crimson, Arctic Monkeys, Led Zeppelin, student band Cosmography, and more! (Original Air Date: 4/10/16)


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