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This is a podcast that was created to discuss the humongous tree of music known as Rock and Roll. There are thousands of branches. There is so much information out there with even more to be learned. Together, we are going to have fun talking about our passion, the Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll. Between Ray and Markus, we have 50+ years of rock and roll radio experience and a thirst to know more! With your input we want to begin to balance the imbalanced. We look forward to connecting ...
 
Welcome to the Work/Life Imbalance Podcast! We are a comedy podcast focused on workplace and lifestyle issues. We discuss things we find interesting and give terrible advice to questions from listeners and forums on the internet. If you have a question you'd like for us to answer on air, send it to questions@wlicast.com!
 
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April is Punk Rock Month on the Imbalanced History Of Rock & Roll podcast! This week we present the remix of a classic episode, The Clash - Thinking Man's Punk. We've added some new touches to it, and hope you'll enjoy it as part of Punk Rock Month! Listen to this cool episode, and then get caught up here!!! Thanks to our sponsor, Crooked Eye Brewe…
 
April is Punk Rock Month on the Imbalanced History Of Rock & Roll podcast! This week we present the remix of another early episode, and our follow-up to last week's PRM release, The Explosion Of Punk. We've remixed a little, and hope you'll enjoy this classic episode as part of Punk Rock Month! Listen to this cool episode, and then get caught up he…
 
April is Punk Rock Month on the Imbalanced History Of Rock & Roll podcast! This week we present the remix of a very early episode, Proto Punk - America Fires Back. We've added some new touches to it, and hope you'll enjoy this classic episode as the kick off to Punk Rock Month! Listen to this cool episode, and then get caught up here!!! Thanks to o…
 
Today on the show we are joined once again with the incredibly multi-talented musician and visionary STORRY. Last year we caught up with her around the release of her album "CH III: The Come Up" and this time around we talk about the incredible stuff she made over the year, connecting her past as a sex worker with her music, creating live experienc…
 
There's much debate in this area of The Blues! Who are the best? Tough to say, but everyone has 5 Favorite Electric Blues Guitarists! The best part? There are no wrong answers. Markus and Ray lay out their favorites while trying to beat the Vegas odds in this episode of 5 Favorites! Listen to this cool episode, and then get caught up here!!! Thanks…
 
It's never an easy task to discuss a full year's album releases, but this week the task is gargantuan!!! 1971 was a landmark year for album releases, sales and the business of Rock & Roll! From the amazing debuts to the bands who released early and late in the year, from the formations for the future, and honoring those who had recently passed way …
 
Fall 2018 seems like a longer time ago than it is. That's when Markus & Ray first sat down an put their ideas for this podcast to paper. Weeks of preparation followed, ramping up to March 19, 2019, and the release of the podcast trailer, Questions And Answers! It was quickly followed by The Case For The Beatles, and over one hundred more adventures…
 
Blood is thicker than water in many things, but not always in Rock & Roll. Alex and Eddie Van Halen were as tight of a familial tandem as you might find! The band they started nearly fifty years ago did it all, their way! Join us while we delve into the world of changes that has been this amazing band's history, connected and forged by brothers, an…
 
In 2020 the Covid Pandemic took from us, Frederick Nathaniel "Toots" Hibbert. The man who coined the term Reggay, Toots was Reggae with soul. His depth, power, warmth and continual positive messages really influenced many musicians. Songs like Pressure Drop, Monkey Man and Do The Reggay have been covered by many artists. We found out how Toots came…
 
Catching the last flight back to England as the world locked down a year ago, progressive guitar icon Steve Hackett has been as busy as he could be while at home! He talks to us about that, and especially the virtual journey of his new album, Under A Mediterranean Sky! We discuss his love of world music and instruments, and how his solo world and h…
 
The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders From Mars is one of those albums that changed Rock and Roll. David Bowie knew it. The making of the album was something. And when David abruptly put an end to Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders from Mars, he shocked the world. So much information to share about this incredible changing time in David Bowie…
 
From the earliest days of the podcast, The Wrecking Crew has repeatedly popped into conversations, leading us to several unexpected places, as we really began to get below the surface on this mystical menagerie of talent that created so much of the music behind the singers, and songs of our lives! Ray and Markus put forth a solid summation about th…
 
When two people are born on the same day in the same year, they're Birthday Twins! In this episode about those linked duos, we celebrate two sets, born four days apart in November, 1950! 11/18/50 - Rock Bassist Rudy Sarzo, and Rockin' Soul icon, Graham Parker were born. There's some "very interesting information" about these two, and their connecti…
 
During trying times, a song can lift our heart. During recent times in our world, hearts needed a ton of great music, and, that shit-bird of a year, 2020 actually delivered! This week's episode digs into the tunes that raised our spirits as we hunkered down during the pandemic, the way that the business of music is coping, and what's ahead in 2021!…
 
Two Tone Records. The brains behind the 2nd wave of Ska. A label and music that burned bright and faded quickly. But, the impact of Two Tone Records and the 2nd Wave of Ska is still felt today in Rock and Roll. Jerry Dammers was the brain behind the label and really the catalyst that brought the 2nd Wave of Ska to the forefront of the Punk/Post Pun…
 
Today on the show we are joined with film director and creature effects master Steven Kostanski. He joins us on the cusp of his release of his new Sci-Fi/Horror/Comedy titled Psycho Goreman (which is one of the most fun movies we ever watched!). Around hearing all about the creation of this movie, we dive into the story of how working with practica…
 
Why do we as a culture value round numbers, like 100? We're not sure either, but we do, and that's why this episode of Five Favorites is about the stories, the interviews, and special projects that we've found ourselves working on during our first 100 episodes! It's not easy to pick 5 out of 100 anything, as you'll hear... #MoreFunIn2021 Let's make…
 
An offhand comment made between creative partners led to this week's episode of the podcast. You might think that that happens all the time, and you'd be right, but this instance sparked a discussion that turned into an illuminating research dig and an electric "roots" episode! Here's the link to the KNKX, Tacoma article that we reference during th…
 
Today we are joined on the show with Roshin! For many years he has been a staple in Toronto hip hop from his early beginnings with Notes To Self, to currently representing BBRC. As we dive into his history we also learn about his brand new and very first solo album titled "Unrequited" where he quotes after all these years helped him find his true v…
 
One year ago, no one could have predicted what 2020 would become: a pure survival, death match marathon! The tumultuous year that has just passed may be moving into our rearview mirror, but the effects are still here (kind of like Covid-19)! The pandemic, social and political strife, plus the strain of losing Neil Peart and Eddie Van Halen in the s…
 
Today on the show we are joined with Roddy Colmer (Musician /Howard Stern Show regular)and Jamie Gutfreund (Musician / CP24 News Anchor). Together they have joined forces as the indy rock duo Century Surfers that are taking the radio waves by storm with their latest single "Personal Assassin". This is such a FUN chat with an introspective look on f…
 
What are your Five Favorite holiday tunes for rockin' around the Christmas tree? The Imbalanced History of Rock And Roll wishes you the happiest of holiday seasons! Making the season bright, we share our Five Favorite Rock & Roll Christmas Songs (for 2020 vs. last year). Are their 2020 picks different from last year's choices? To wrap up our holida…
 
Today on the show we are joined with stand-up comedian, actor, YouTube host, and gaming enthusiast Che Durena. We dive into Che's story of how he got initially got the comedy itch, and the dedication it took from doing open mics to transitioning his craft into a full time job. Also around his story we talk about a countless other topics from bombin…
 
Kevin Godley is our guest this week on the podcast! He's been a part of one of the 1970's best/worst bands (10cc), helped to create the art form that is music video (before there was an MTV - yes, they used to play music videos on that channel!), and has a new album, Muscle Memory (out on 12/17/20)! Listen to this cool episode, and then get caught …
 
Today on the show we are joined with singer/songwriter Meg Warren. She just released a brand new EP titled "A Thousand Ways" that also features a track titled "Bomb" that the CBC has named as one of the most under rated songs in 2020. Alongside of hearing how all that came to be we dive into her journey of originally living on the east coast, talk …
 
40 years after he was taken from us, John Lennon's murder still hurts those of us who "remember where we were." A few years ago, Ray did a short story telling of his experience surrounding December 8, 1980. It's been one of our blog's most popular pages. This week, we discuss, and we remember... This special presentation includes a song that has al…
 
The 1980's were ripe with change. So much new music branching out from the Rock and Roll Family Tree. Ray and Markus share their five favorite vocalists of the 80s. Be prepared for some surprises. We would love to know who your Five Favorite Vocalists of The 1980s are. Listen to this cool episode, and then get caught up here!!! Thanks to our sponso…
 
Today on the show we are joined with our lifelong friend and guitar player of the Surf Punk quartet "The Shitbats", the one and only Dan Serre. Around celebrating the release of their new album we dove into subjects such as using music to cope with mental health, going against the systematical grain to make a living as an artist ... and that one ti…
 
We've seen many new listeners picking up on this episode from the pre-Pantheon days. We thought we'd share it with those of you who came in somewhere between episode #15 and the last couple months. It's an adventure through a major part of our lives, and for so many of you! Kick back, relax and keep on truckin', baby! Listen to this cool episode, a…
 
Up until the mid to late 1980's most of the world didn't care about the Seattle music scene. Bands like The Ventures, Metal Church, Queensryche, The U-Men, The Mentors and The Sonics all made some noise. Until Green River, Malfunkshun and Soundgarden formed, people elsewhere weren't really noticing the music in Seattle. These bands opened a door th…
 
Today on the show we are joined with film director Cavan Campbell. Alongside of being an amazing director he has also worked on the lighting design of some of your favourite TV series such as "Star Trek Discovery" and movies like "Stephen King's IT remake". His latest psychological thriller short film "Receiver" is part of the Reel Asian Film Festi…
 
Chrissie Hynde and her fellow Pretenders set out on paths that brought them together for an amazing, but all too short run, in their original form. We explore those stories, and how Chrissie and drummer Martin Chambers have carried on through the decades. We seem to learn new things about people, who we have followed for years, on a weekly basis. T…
 
Today on the show we are joined by 3 time cancer survivor, soccer player/hip hop artist Tymaz "The Warrior". He takes us on his journey from being diagnosed with his illness and his uphill climb that lead to his most recent single "Told You" that he dedicates to all the doctors and nurses that told him he could never recover like he has. This episo…
 
50 years ago Miles Davis released an album that blew the music world away, Bitches Brew. An album as close to perfect as perfect gets. The musicians all made incredible magic in the studio as The Musical Wizard(Genius), Miles Davis, stirred the cauldron. With help from Teo Macero, they made a masterpiece that still may be ahead of it's time decades…
 
The music, the sights and sounds of film, the culture of celebrating Hallow's Eve has a lot of common (burial?) ground with Rock N' Roll! In this, the season of the witch, it's when wolves howl and monsters prowl, where children gather treats while dressed to trick! In this zany spirit, we dive into our first ever Hollow Weenie Roast! Happy Hallowe…
 
Today on the show we are joined with stand-up comedian, actor, and entrepreneur Eric Johnston. We dive in to Eric's tale from doing open mics, to headlining tours across the country, comedy after Covid, and opening for legends such as Russel Peters, Sebastian Maniscalco, but around his journey into showbiz we have a really deep unfiltered conversat…
 
As we remember his 70th birthday, let's celebrate Tom Petty's Wildflowers on this week's episode of the podcast. Also coming up is the release of the new boxset with "All The Rest" and the "Home Recordings." Markus and Ray discuss the original release while salivating over the prospect of hearing it all! #MoreFunIn2021 Thanks to our sponsors, Crook…
 
Today on the show we are joined with the legendary pro wrestler Vampiro and documentary film director Michael Paszt. They have just released a brand new film titled "Nail In The Coffin" following Vampiro story, his demons, and life after fame. Alongside some in depth look into how this film came to be, we also get to candidly talk about Vampiro's c…
 
Two men who are born on the same day who also end up being key players in the same band. One is there at the start. One at "the end." They are bonded like sides of a fated coin. This episode looks at both men and their paths through Lynyrd Skynyrd. Birthday Twins #4...Ed King and Steve Gaines... Thanks to our sponsors, Crooked Eye Brewery AND One C…
 
Today on the show we are joined with New York's Heavy Metal/Hard Rock journalist Robert Pasbani. Not only do we hear about how Rob created one of the leading metal music sites "Metal Injection", but we dive deep into his story which is truly about turning your love and passions into a full time job.저자 Sean Sirianni
 
This week, we talk about two sets of Birthday Twins who have been massively influential in the shape of Rock and Roll in their respective decades. Find out what ties each set of Birthday Twins has, if any at all. Mitch Mitchell and Bon Scott share the same date of birth and made their marks in the 60s and 70s respectively. Billie Joe Armstrong and …
 
Today on the show we are joined with Kim "f**kin" Mitchell ! From playing at small bars with Rush, to cameos on Kid In The Hall and Trailer Park Boys. We hear all about his 40 year journey as a Canadian Classic Rock legend. Also we ask him the ongoing rumour if he actually hates playing his hit song Patio Lanterns? ... His answer to that is amazing…
 
It's time to talk drummers. The band member who drives the bus and keeps the sound together. The 1970s had an excessive amount of musicianship and because of that we had a blast sharing our Five Favorite Drummers from that decade. The list of potential favorites is huge. Two different perspectives on one incredible decade. Who are your Five Favorit…
 
Harold Sherrick "came up" in the L.A. scene, developing his skills and contacts as a photographer, while documenting music in The City Of Angels. As he developed, his contacts provided opportunity for many of the moments in his book! In this episode, Markus And Ray pick their Five Favorites from Sherrick's book, Stolen Moments! Harold gives the guy…
 
The years 1978 & 1979 are significant in the Rock And Roll Timeline. The first wave of Punk Rock and Alternative were evolving and growing into so much more. Bands like The Talking Heads and Blondie were the Next Wave before The Next Wave was recognized, and alongside Joe Jackson, Elvis Costello and The Police, these bands brought the Next Wave to …
 
Today on the show we are joined with Sam Cook aka "Slashin Sam" of the hit YTV show Uh Oh! From her early beginnings interning for David Letterman to currently hosting a brand new series titled The Shot. Sam tells us all about her incredible journey in both television and radio. Also beyond hearing about her experience in the industry we gotta say …
 
For this episode, we interviewed three people who are part of the film, "Rolling Stone: Life And Death Of Brian Jones." We spoke with director Danny Garcia, Jones' friend Prince Stash, and one of Brian's children, Barbara Anna Marion, regarding the revelations and underlying stories of Danny's latest documentary film. Death, Conspiracy and Cover-up…
 
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