Public radio that does not study Fox News’ history is doomed to repeat it.
…as in, he wishes he could get some time with his wife.
Singer-songwriter navigates love and loss without doing disservice to either.
Popdose spoke with author Andrew Maraniss in September 2014 about his bio of pioneer Perry Wallace.
Stunning visuals, meh musicals.
Here’s the boom you were looking for.
This is not your grandfather’s Superman…but is that Superman at all anymore?
’80s rockers pull off a feat in 2015.
Domo origato for the heavy metal poisoning?
We’re all driving up to that same rest stop. Seeing those who aren’t going back out on the road ever again is inevitable.
Like Harry Lime with a thumbdrive, here comes Paul Melancon.
Just when you thought it was safe to go anywhere, there’s Adele saying “Hello.”
Radiohead released their rejected James Bond theme song over the holidays. How did it stack up against the accepted songs of the series?
A look back at a Christmas special that failed to become a holiday classic.
Popdose debuts the first single from new album by Popdose Premiere: Gary Lucas and Jann Klose.
Former Stone Temple Pilots frontman was 48.
A promising opening salvo that points to bright futures.
Win the self-titled new CD from Def Leppard.
“Okay, hot shots. Prove it.”
By 1983 and ’84, several of the changes that Al Stewart began on the 24 Carrots album (1980) had settled in for better or worse. There seemed to be a calculated attempt to reach a wider audience without alienating older fans. Efforts that tried being danceable came off as mechanized and strained, but were nonetheless a bid for relevance to the times. And even when the fit wasn’t always perfect, Stewart’s elegant, cinematic musicality and scrupulous wordplay remained largely intact. “Murmansk Run/Ellis Island” and “Rocks In The Ocean” were a callback to his historical folk prior to the hit-making years with Alan Parsons as producer. But 24 Carrots underperformed, just as its leadoff single “Midnight Rocks” did, even though it was closest tonally to the approach of the Parsons albums (Modern Times, Year of the Cat, and Time Passages respectively). Stewart was off the Arista label, provoking a considerable gap in time as he found a new (very brief) home on Passport Records. That sole album was Russians & Americans. The effort, as one might …
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You know Joe Jackson mainly by three songs. Here are ten others you should be aware of.
It turns out “a Jane-Getter” is a person named Jane Getter, and she’s a pretty great guitar player.
Hunting music for a movie about a hunt.
“Problem” does not now nor will ever rhyme with “solve them.”
Pugwash is a band that jumped in the time machine in 1969 and, fortunately for us, arrived right on time now.
You will never get a moment’s peace because you’re terrified your hottie will be debriefing someone else’s private files.
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When you realize past-tense that something’s not as good as you remembered it, that’s Retrosuck!