After devoting much of the last three years to our love-hate relationship with ’70s clown-rockers KISS, we felt it was only appropriate to catch them on their (alleged) farewell tour and pay our final (dis)respects. Here are our impressions. This is another short one, but we’ll be back in a few weeks to talk about the autobiography of P-Funk originator George Clinton, Brothas Be, Yo Like George, Ain’t That Funkin’ Kinda Hard on You? If you have any questions or comments about the book you’d like us to address on air, find us on on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or YouTube. And of course, you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, and Google Play.
00:00:00 KISS Make Their Entrance at Jiffy Lube Live, to Our Audible Amusement
00:02:00 Our Last Podcast, Six Months Ago
00:05:10 Our Podcast on Rick James’ Memoirs
00:12:44 Paul Stanley Pleads with Bristow to Let Him Come Out There and Play “Love Gun”
00:20:55 Paul Stanley Demonstrates How to Strain Your Vocal Chords on “Say Yeah”
00:30:05 Gene’s Bass Solo on “God of Thunder”
00:44:46 KISS Plays “Crazy, Crazy Nights” at Jiffy Lube Live