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Welcome to Seven Notes of Separation!  In each episode, song one and song seven are listener submitted and we connect these two songs using five other songs, all related to the next somehow.  In the end, we will have connected song one to song seven.


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Oct 18, 2020

In episode twenty-eight we connect song one, Devil In I by Slipknot (submitted by Adam Derosiers), to song seven, Paul Revere by the Beastie Boys (submitted by Chris Kelly).  Follow along as the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sammy Hagar, and the Wu-Tang Clan create a few of the links making the chain in today's show.  Can you...


Oct 11, 2020

In episode twenty-seven we connect song one, Black Sabbath by Black Sabbath (submitted by Mark Anthony K), to song seven, Cold Beverages by G. Love & Special Sauce (submitted by Melanie Ramsey).  Follow along as Judas Priest, Anton Fig, and John Lennon create a few of the links making the chain in today's show.  Can you...


Oct 4, 2020

In episode twenty-six we get my son, Kolby Nowlin, involved with the content of the show with his first-ever song pick, The Kill by Thirty Seconds To Mars. Five songs later we'll check back in with our buddy from the Ages of Rock Podcast, the hunky Allen Tate, who submitted Bye Bye Love by The Everly Brothers.  Follow...


Sep 27, 2020

In episode twenty-five we connect song one, Staying Alive by the Bee Gees (submitted by David Cathey), to song seven, The Rain Song by Led Zeppelin (submitted by Will Walker).  Follow along as Firefall, Tommy Bolin, and Mr. David Foster create a few of the links making the chain in today's show.  Can you figure out who...


Sep 25, 2020

In episode eleven we connect Everlong by Foo Fighters (submitted by Donald Weber) to Pali Gap by Jimi Hendrix (submitted by DJ Colen).  Follow the chain and see how our world of music is connected.

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