Album Tracks with David Jacobs
By David Jacobs
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On each show, I take a look at a single classic rock and roll album and break down what the album means to me, it's place in history and play some favorite tracks.
||CleanAlbum Tracks 3 – Ziggy Stardust||Welcome back to Album Tracks, a closer look at classic rock albums. - This week: David Bowie - The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, 1972 - One of the great rock albums of all time and an influence for many bands to follow.||11/11/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanAlbum Tracks 2 – Toys in the Attic||Welcome back to Album Tracks, a closer look at classic rock albums. - This week: Aerosmith, Toys in the Attic 1975 - This was a formative album in my rock education. I played it over and over. It's my favorite Aerosmith album. -||9/14/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanAlbum Tracks 1 – Foreigner||Hello and welcome to the new podcast. On each show, I take a look at a different classic rock album and talk about what it means to me, its place in history and play a few tracks. - This week: Foreigner, Foreigner 1977 -||5/19/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanAlbum Tracks 0||A quick intro to the podcast. Who I am, the show origins and other useful information.||5/12/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
I LOVE IT!
David, hey. I'm jewish myself and it's nice to see a little hutzpa out there. Great show.
this pod cast is not only funny (especially if you a jewish) but also plays good music! thank you so mush for this pod cast!
Love the show!
This is a great podcast for learning about new bands who you might otherwise never know existed. Exposure to the bands on this podcast has led me to purchase several songs on itunes. It's a really good marriage since itunes is not adverse to having the music of bands that you would never find in any music store. It's very cool to get turned onto a band and then get the instant gratification of downloading their music from the itunes store while I'm still listening to the podcast.