Stynch’s Deep Cuts provides listeners with classic rock music mixed in with interesting facts on artists/bands and personal stories. The show plays popular bands’ unpopular material (hence, deep cuts).
Release Date: Fridays
Host: Adam Stynchula is enrolled in the Cinema program at VCU. His huge interest in 60s and 70s music caused him to start Stynch’s Deep Cuts. His favorite band is The Rolling Stones, so Beats fans better watch out. In his free time, Adam likes making movies with his friends, watching movies, playing video games, and eating at Chinese buffets.
Stynch sings bits of his favorite songs from artists such as: Brian Wilson, Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin, Grateful Dead, Van Morrison, Velvet Underground, and the Beach Boys!
Stynch plays and reviews the greatest rock ‘n roll album of all time: Exile.
Stynch plays LIVE tracks of some of the greatest performers of all time, ALSO hear Stynch tell a story of when his mom met BB King. Artists include: Van Morrison, BB King, Ike and Tina Turner, The Rolling Stones, The Allman Brothers Band, and The Who!
Stynch plays Dr Hook and the Medicine Show’s 1972 album: Sloppy Seconds, LYRICS BY SHEL SILVERSTEIN!!!!
Stynch plays a bunch of tracks with the word, “sweet,” in them. Hear Stynch talk about aging rock stars and Evil Dead. Artists include: Bread, Cream, John Mellencamp, Chuck Berry, The Faces, and Steve Miller Band.
Stynch plays some of the very best in “On the Road” songs! Artists include: The Doors, Grand Funk Railroad, Aerosmith, David Bowie, Lou Reed, and The Clash.
Stynch plays Alice Cooper’s 1971 hit album: Killer. Songs include: Dead Babies, Under My Wheels, You Drive Me Nervous, and MORE!
Stynch plays songs with girl names in the title, also listen to Stynch tell stories about each girl. Artists include: The Who, The Doors, The Allman Brothers, The Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, and CCR!
Stynch plays MORE MORE MORE psychedelic nuggets from the late 1960′s. Artists include Jimi Hendrix, The Night Shadow, The 13th Floor Elevators, Cream, Ultimate Spinach, and The Electric Prunes
Stynch plays Lynyrd Skynyrd’s best album: Street Survivors and tells the tale of their unfortunate end due to an even more unfortunate plane crash.
Stynch plays some tracks about nature, thanks to Phil for saying it’s gonna be an early spring. Also, hear Stynch talk about the First Day of Trout and stealing money. Artists include: Grateful Dead, Joni Mitchell, Donovan, Led Zeppelin, Van Morrison, and The Beatles.
Stynch plays the best of American Delta Blues, Robert Johnson. From Crossroad Blues to Hellhound on My Trail, listen to the best of Johnson’s tracks. Also is a special shout out to a special someone, and Stynch tells a spooky urban legend.
Stynch plays The Beach Boys’ greatest album: Pet Sounds. Released in 1966, Pet Sounds is arguably the greatest album of all time, if not, the defining album of the 1960s.
SEASON 2 PREMIERE. Stynch would like to thank everyone who has been listening to the show since September, so for this episode, Stynch is playing his six favorite tracks. Music ranges from harmonica solos to cheesy sound effects. Also, hear about what Stynch and his dad did at his brother’s bachelor party!
Stynch plays the self-titled, debut album of The B-52′s. This album features crazy party sounds, quirky lyrics, screaming girls, and a white guy trying to “speech-rap.”
Stynch plays a mash-up of some of the best guitar solos by the underrated guitarist, Mick Taylor. Solos are from songs such as: Dead Flowers, Sway, Time Waits For No One, Love In Vain [Live], and much more!!!
Stynch plays and talks about the final studio album by The Faces, Ooh La La. If you like classic rock n’ roll with piano driven songs layered over thick bass lines and weaving guitar… this is the album for you!
Stynch plays tracks with some great selections of slide guitar. If you like the sound of a bottleneck sliding down the neck of the guitar, this is the episode for you! Artists include: Ry Cooder, Duane Allman, Eagles, BTO, and The Doors.
Stynch plays some of the saddest and deepest ballads in the history of classic rock, while at the same time, trying to bring your spirits up. If you are feeling depressed, you should check this one out. Artists include: The Velvet Underground, John Mellencamp, The Rolling Stones, Fleetwood Mac, Muddy Waters, and Neil Young
Stynch plays and reviews portions of The Velvet Underground’s second album, White Light/White Heat. Contains noise rock tracks about drugs, a lobotomy, transvestites, and people dying in boxes. Full songs played are: White Light/White Heat, The Gift, Lady Godiva’s Operation, Here She Comes Now. Portions of I Heard Her Call My Name and Sister Ray are featured.
Stynch plays some of the best Chuck Berry songs, performed by numerous artists such as: Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, ELO, Foghat, and The Faces. Also, Stynch tries to go into detail as to why Chuck is the master and how he launched into stardom, as well as his attitude.
Stynch takes a break and fills you in on what to expect the next two weeks: Chuck Berry and The Velvet Underground!
Stynch plays psychedelic nuggets from the late 1960′s. The artists include: The 13th Floor Elevators, Jimi Hendrix/Brian Jones collaboration – A MUST HEAR, Grateful Dead, Gandalf, Strawberry Alarm Clock, and a special treat for all listeners at the end!!
Stynch plays and reviews Astral Weeks, by Van Morrison, and tries to decipher its meaning. The entire album is not played, instead the cuts Astral Weeks, Sweet Thing, Cyprus Avenue, and Madame George. The other songs are featured in small segments.
Stynch plays some “night-time atmosphere” gems from The Rolling Stones, Aerosmith, The Doors, David Bowie, ZZ Top, and Genesis. Mixed in are some attempts at poetry, Stynch singing his best “Mick Jagger,” and stories about bad-influence driving.
Stynch plays some “stereo-typical blue collar dad music” gems from Aerosmith, Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Bachman-Turner Overdrive, Montrose, and Elephant’s Memory. Mixed in are some stories about bad hunting, cedar wood walls, and fishing.