This week, we welcome in the eight biggest artist of the decade, in TLC.
Bored of the Rings.
In the cold with the Coen brothers.
The sad tale of The Singing Nun and her joyful song about a saint.
Win a copy of Robert Gordon’s new history of Stax Records
We continue the letter “T” with Tears for Fears, 10,000 Maniacs and Tesla.
Wings had yet to lock in an album that justified their existence. Band On The Run changed that.
50 years and counting for a legendary career
We end the letter S this week with some SWV and start T watching Tag Team completely sell out.
A day for giving thanks
Keith Sweat may have the most songs this week but it’s Matthew Sweet that steals the show.
The table is set for awards season.
A life, a legacy, and an afterlife of conspiracy.
Win a copy of the new four disc anthology from Rhino
Sting arrives in Bottom Feeders this week but it’s George Strait that really stands out.
Why is 1973′s Brain Salad Surgery “none more prog”?
Brenda Holloway hit it big. A year later BS&T hit it bigger.
Rod Stewart croons, the Spin Doctors bring the Kryptonite and Stevie B – well, he brings the jeri curl.
In the 1980s prog was becoming accessible and pop was kinda becoming prog.
The Olympics had it first, the Rascals made it huge
Bottom Feeders continues with the letter S, with Soul Asylum, Soup Dragons and more.
Guys gone wild. Old, Oscar-winning guys.
Jan Bradley and Curtis Mayfield collaborated on just one hit
“Really, no good…seriously?”