Tag: Barry Gibb

Listening Booth, Music

Listening Booth: Matthew O’Neill, Coke Belda, Steven Wilson, Etc.

Every time I am about to write off this bit of malarkey we call “Americana,” something pulls me from the brink. Don’t...

Kenny Rogers -- image courtesy of Warner Brothers

Music, Popdose Exclusives, Popdose Interviews

Kenny Rogers On His New Album And The George Jones Duet That Never Happened

Kenny Rogers talks to Popdose about his reunion with Dolly and a planned duet with George Jones that unfortunately didn't happen....

Music, The Vinyl Diaries

The Vinyl Diaries: Bee Gees, “Spirits Having Flown”

Some Gibby action going on in Rob Smith's "The Vinyl Diaries."...

Music, Podcast

The Popdose Podcast: Episode 22

Perfect for your soul-crushing trip to the mall on this Black Friday: A rundown of a classic Top 10 from November 1983. It's the Popdose...

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Bootleg City, Music

Bootleg City: Mama Cass (Yo’ Mama Is a Mother From Another City)

Last week I mentioned that my mom took me to see Chicago in West Germany in 1977 with Matt Wardlaw and his older sister— I mean, his...

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Chart Attack!, Music

CHART ATTACK!: 10/11/80

Diana Ross smacks Chic around, Kenny Loggins starts his soundtrack reign, and Olivia welcomes us to Xanadu -- all in Jason Hare's latest...

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Music, Unsolicited Career Advice

Unsolicited Career Advice for Barry Gibb

Long, flowing hair, a perfectly groomed beard, and millions of records sold doesn't mean you're too good for a little advice, does it?...

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Hooks 'N' You, Music, Popdose Interviews

Hooks ‘N’ You: The Trashcan Sinatras, Pt. 2

Now, where were we? Oh, that’s right: we were chatting with the one and only Francis Reader, frontman for the Trashcan Sinatras. If...

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Chart Attack!, Music

CHART ATTACK!: 5/20/78

If Jason Hare can't have you, he don't want nobody, baby. Join him for a look back at 1978, where, with a little luck, we'll shadow dance...

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CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: The Bee Gees, “Odessa” (40th Anniversary Edition)

F. Scott Fitzgerald once famously declared that there are no second acts in American lives. It’s a good thing that the Bee Gees...