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The Ugly American Werewolf in London is a weekly podcast about classic rock, hard rock, progressive rock and heavy metal. Hosted by the Wolf, an American expat living in London who misses his record collection more than his friends and family. He and Action Jackson talk each week about bands, albums and concerts they love along with hot topics on rock music. These two friends have an unquenchable thirst for knowledge of rock music and its history. Recorded just off Abbey Road in the heart of ...
 
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Sharing lowbrow London: burgers, beers and brass monkeys! Originally from Dublin, I've lived in London for over twenty years and it's still a love/hate relationship. It's both a world-class city and a dysfunctional hell-hole. But there's one thing we can all agree on - there's enough beer and burgers for everyone!
 
A section recorded of the first Sub:East night of 2015 in Zigfrid Von Underbelly. With 6 hours to rinse out new and favourite music to the attentive ears of the Saturday night Hoxton posse, it allows me plenty of headroom to waver in & out of different grooves and get Saturday night into full swing. It's become a firm favourite on my monthly calendar. Here's 3 hours worth… x
 
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30 years ago, U2 wanted to deliver a new, more industrial and techno sound against the backdrop of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Through personal hardships, artistic differences & real world struggles that almost broke up the band, U2 came out on the other side with a new sound that put them back on top for good. It came out just as our intrepid hos…
 
The Wolf lives by Abbey Road & recently he had the extraordinary opportunity to visit the legendary studio down the street. Celebrating 90 years of setting the standard for recorded music & pushing the envelope of technology, Abbey Road hosted lectures by 2 American authors who led us through the years. Innovation, collaboration & talent still ooze…
 
In show 50 Pt 2, we not only conclude our review of the movie Highlander & the soundtrack by rock legends Queen but we interview House of the Dragon producer/creator/writer Ryan Condal. Ryan wrote a screenplay to reboot Highlander and we ask him how he came to the film, how things are going on the Game of Thrones series he's running, House of the D…
 
Highlander was released in 1986 to an underwhelming box office. Though the film lost money it gained a huge cult following thanks to cable tv & rental stores. A classic clash of good vs. evil with Sean Connery playing mentor to Christopher Lambert as they battle Clancy Brown's Kurgan character. It spawned several sequels & tv shows but none of them…
 
1971 was a tumultuous time for The Doors as Jim Morrison faced legal troubles, battled substance abuse, and their longtime producer walked out. But out of that they created what might be their best album showing their ability to play blues, pop, psychedelic and classic Doors music. It would prove to be their last record and we go in depth while als…
 
Bruce Dickinson is a true polymath & renaissance man. After his one man show was delayed due to his contracting COVID, he returned to the stage in London & The Wolf was fortunate enough to see him. We continue our reviews of classic records turning 50 with the extraordinary Who's Next. Pieced together from Pete Townshends attempt at the concept alb…
 
In 1971 Marvin Gaye found himself in a time and place that he didn't recognize. Political unrest, social injustice, an unpopular war and his own personal hardships weighed heavily on him. But out of that came an album that would not only reflect the times in which he was living but one that holds stark similarities to the times we find ourselves in…
 
November 2021 will mark the 50th anniversary of the release of Led Zeppelin's untitled 4th album which has sold nearly 40 million copies around the world. Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones & John Bonham took all that they'd learned from the first 3 records to create a true rock masterpiece at Headley Grange. We discuss what we love, what we…
 
Curt Angeledes has been a Rolling Stones fan since 1963 and has seen the band over 100 times. But in the mid-70s, he started to bring his camera into shows capturing the band over the years, evading security and selling prints to get to the next show. His book Go For Broke, Vol. 1 chronicles more than 40 years of Stones tours through his lens & cap…
 
Live music has returned to London! The Wolf had the honor of seeing Steve and his extraordinary band live at the London Palladium after almost 2 years without live music. Along with some new & classic solo material, the band played the live Genesis classic Seconds Out start to finish including the epic Supper's Ready. Action interviews the Wolf on …
 
The Wolf & Action Jackson are joined this week by Neil from Def Lep Pod to discuss the diamond selling 1987 juggernaut from Def Leppard, Hysteria. With 6 Top 20 Billboard hits, Hysteria dominated the US charts for 2 years. However, this album almost never came to be due to Rick Allen's horrific car accident, losing their producer, accumulating debt…
 
On September 9, 2021 the directors cut of Cinema Strangiato from the R40 tour enjoyed a one night theatrical release. Though on opposite sides of the pond, The Wolf & Action Jackson both made it out for this opportunity to see and hear Rush on the big screen. As part 2 of the Rush double header, the boys reminisce about 30 years since the debut of …
 
The passing of Charlie Watts marks the end of an era lasting nearly 60 years for rock music and the Rolling Stones. We honor the dapper, gentlemanly, quiet rock of the Stones and offer a review of the band's last album of the 1960's, Let it Bleed. Powered by Gimme Shelter, Can't Always Get What You Want & Midnight Rambler it was album that changed …
 
The Cult had been marketed as a gothic or post punk band in the mid-80s & made a statement with the albums Love and Electric. But 1989's Sonic Temple raised their game and sales to whole new level thanks to producer Bob Rock and some killer riffs from Billy Duffy. Ian Astbury's spiritual lyrics mixed with raucous guitars made Fire Woman a huge hit.…
 
On the eve of the release of their 17th record, Iron Maiden sit atop of the world of heavy metal legends. But their 7th album, Seventh Son of a Seventh Son, offered a proggier sound than previous efforts. With an extraordinary stage set & beloved live VHS, Maiden England, the band showed the world their range & power which are still on display deca…
 
Iron Maiden came off the World Slavery Tour in need of a rest & used their time off to experiment with the latest guitar synth technology. Somewhere in Time incorporated those new sounds with the classic Maiden gallup as Adrian Smith took a step forward in his writing. The new video The Writing on the Wall harkens back to the epic cover & cyborg Ed…
 
The Wolf & Action Jackson may not have caught onto Oasis when they broke out in the 90s but thankfully it happened later. 2005's Don't Believe the Truth is the best of their albums in this century with the best lineup the band ever had. From the sing-alongs like Lyla & Let There Be Love, rockers Mucky Fingers & Turn Up the Sun & the eclectic The Im…
 
Anytime to you get The Wolf & Action Jackson talking about KISS, it's hard to get them to stop. On Part 2 of our take on the recent A&E documentary KISStory, we go more in-depth on the show and the past, present & future of the band. Plus we share some personal experiences from seeing them live and one fateful night in college when The Wolf spoke t…
 
KISS changed the world in the 70s with their makeup & bombastic live show. Over the decades there have been lineup changes, drama & some great music. A&E's KISStory documentary is now the official tale of the band throughout the years and it revealed many little details that KISS fans have always wanted to know. This is Part 1 of our review of the …
 
We pick up where we left off discussing Eric Clapton's career defining box set Crossroads. We're in the Derek & the Dominoes era, talking about Layla, Eric's 70s output, some of his struggles and his resurrection in the 80s. The Wolf remembers his first Clapton show from 1990 in the 3rd row which forever changed his life and from which he keeps a s…
 
Here's our trailer with a preview of UAWIL #34 on Eric Clapton - Crossroads Part 2. Check out all past episodes on uglyamericanwerewolf.libsyn.com. Subscribe & download on Apple, Spotify, or anywhere you get your podcasts. And follow us on Twitter @ugly_werewolf or @ActionJax72. Let us know which band or album you want us to review!!…
 
Eric Clapton's career is unparalleled in rock history. He's played with so many amazing musicians and put out an extraordinary catalog of music. In 1988, he released his career encompassing Crossroads 4CD box set which was a huge seller and made an irreversible imprint on a young Ugly American Werewolf. After a review of EURO 2020, we dive into thi…
 
At the end of the 70s, no one imagined Ozzy Osbourne who was ousted from Black Sabbath would emerge as huge solo artist. The collaboration with Randy Rhoads & stewardship by Sharon Arden (Osbourne) led to a ground-breaking heavy metal record that blended UK heaviness with LA bravado. Randy Rhoads broke new ground & Ozzy came back to life with Blizz…
 
The Ugly American Werewolf in London Rock Podcast was born out of COVID lockdown. Two old friends would connect every week to discuss records they loved or had just discovered, reflect on shows they'd seen together & research the music they loved. Now The Wolf has left the UK for a brief tour of the USA where he and Action Jackson had the chance to…
 
The Church got big exposure in America thanks to Under the Milky Way off of Starfish, their first record with Arista. Most in the US don't know the band beyond that song but Starfish is bookended by two great records - Heyday and Gold Afternoon Fix. We dive deep into Starfish and the deluxe edition for b-sides while looking at their entire catalog.…
 
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