Our celebration of AM Gold’s compilation series continues with the first batch of songs from 1963. Hello Beach Boys!
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Dave Steed finishes up the letter W this week as he takes on The Who, Steve Winwood, Winger and more.
As Brian Wilson hits the big 6-9, Popdose looks back at 15 occasions when the former Beach Boy has been The Very Guest Of various artists over the years.
He’s gone sailing, ridden like the wind, and been caught between the moon and New York City. Now, Christopher Cross is back with a new album: “Doctor Faith.”
“Weird Al” Yankovic: he’s not just about Lady Gaga parodies, you know. Join Popdose as we look back at 20 of Al’s most memorable original compositions.
In 1966 the stunning voice of Tim Buckley emerged. Rhino Handmade has reissued his debut album, along with the early Buckley music that preceded it.
With a new manager hired to make the Beach Boys back relevant again, the band’s 1971 album “Surf’s Up” proved to be a powerful artistic statement.
From the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond, Michael Fortes runs through his top picks for the best albums of 2010.
Mellowmas has just begun and already Jason has become weak (and nauseous). See why as the dynamic duo listen to some warm lovin’ Wilson Phillips on Day Two!
Peace and love – they were meant to be together. With that in mind, Michael Fortes brings together a mix of 20 songs with “peace” and “love” in their titles.
What happens when pop culture forces collide, and why do they almost always suck? Matt Wardlaw, Michael Parr, and Dave Lifton discuss it on the Popdose Podcast!
“Rob Smith Can’t Say No” to the power-pop goodness of Boston’s Oranjuly. Check it out at Popdose.
Where are they now? While we wait for the next round of Parlour to Parlour video interviews, Michael Fortes catches up with last year’s Parlour to Parlour subjects, starting with an exciting development in the world of The Brother Kite.
In honor of Easter, join Jeff Giles, Jason Hare and Dave Lifton as they talk about resurrection — pop culture style! It’s all in Episode 8 of the Popdose Podcast!
The Beatles broke up in 1970, and Paul McCartney released his first solo album. In California, a young McCartney-influenced musician was beginning his own solo career.
The Popdose Staff, led by the intrepid Jon Cummings, has banded together to present a mixtape full of songs from our own weddings. Walk down the aisle with us, won’t you?