Happy New Year everyone! Believe me, it wasn't easy to motivate myself to record this week's episode considering what's going on with our country this week. But music has always been the cure to raise my spirits, and the music for this week's show really helped me worked out a lot of my frustration with things. I hope you enjoy this latest episode of Emptying the Vault which features once again a great variety of musicians from all different corners of the rock and roll universe from blues rock, industrial metal, rockabilly, new wave, soul, and post-punk revival.
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Featured songs (read ahead OR be surprised!!!)
Joe Walsh - Analog Man [From 2012's Analog Man]
We Are Scientists - Cash Cow [From 2006's With Love and Squalor]
Wolfmother - Colossal [From 2005's Wolfmother]
Johnny Winter - Don't Take Advantage of Me [From 1984's Guitar Slinger]
Kim Wilde - Action City [From 1982's Select]
White Zombie - El Phantasmo and the Chicken-Run Blast-O-Rama [From 1995's Astro-Creep: 2000]
Link Wray - Rumble on the Docks [From 1997's Shadowman]
Steve Winwood - Spanish Dancer [From 1980's Arc of a Diver]
Scott Weiland - Jimmy Was a Stimulator [From 1997's 12 Bar Blues]
Bill Withers - Use Me [From 1972's Still Bill]