Jave Patterson discusses what the singer does on a day off and the background behind the heart felt song ‘Just Say When’ from their Grammy nominated album ‘The Stories We Tell Ourselves’.
Don Felder, legendary guitarist for the Eagles and writer of such songs as ‘Hotel California’ took some time to speak with Jave Patterson of Two Doods Reviews today. Together, they discuss how Don taught Tom Petty how to play guitar, the highlights of such an illustrious career with the Eagles and as a solo artist, how he came to write the song ‘Heavy Metal’ for the cult animated classic movie ‘Heavy Metal’, his drink of choice and the ‘Last Supper’- what his final meal would look like!
This is a MUST LISTEN for any Eagles fan!
Neil took some time to speak with us from his Canadian home studio to discuss the new album, tour with Avenged Sevenfold and the honor of having the distinction of having the most #1 rock songs in history, tying Van Halen! See the video version of this review with Neil on our website at http://www.twodoodsreviews.com!
The lovely and talented Dorothy sat down with us DOODS to talk about breakfast food, booze preferance, the new blood and renewed zeal in the band and all things Dorothy! See the video version of this review via our website http://www.twodoodsreviews.com!
In this episode, we make you feel old (or dumb if you are young), we upset the Trump haters, we please the Cosby bashers and we discuss how a naked man, oiled up and holding a sex toy ends up in your front yard at 2 a.m.! Plus, things we ONLY do on the weekend and not during the work week~ Cheers!
Listen in as we take you on a tri-pub tour of three legendary establishments in the historic Virginia City, Nevada while reviewing their unique bloody mary concoctions along the way! Stops include the famous Bucket O’ Blood, Red Dog Saloon and haunted Washoe Club. We’ll describe the unique differences between Bloody Mary styles (sweet, salty, spicy, bacon, spiced green bean, celery, etc.) and even get some cool VC history lessons along the way!
We caught up with Glenn Tipton, Ian and Richie to talk about the new album ‘Firepower’ from Judas Priest, what songs they hate to play live and what they might bring out of the archives for this tour and the controversy surrounding the use of synth on the Turbo album and subsequent hardening of the sound on Ram It Down.
In this podcast, we do a 3-way cigar review of some nice Cuban cigars, including: Saint Luis Ray Regios (a robusto style cigar), Juan Lopez Seleccion No. 2 (also robusto style) and the Cuban H. Upmann Epicure, a small 35 ring guage cigar.
Both the robusto style smokes are highly (94+) rated cigars. The Saint Luis Ray had a more attractive build than the Juan Lopez with a more velvety touch (the Juan Lopez was a bit toothy and veiny). The H. Upmann had an incredible feel, however an overly tight draw.
All three cigars had that signature earthy, creamy, leathery Cuban flavor.