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Tag Archives: Dan Wiencek
Andy Partridge thought XTC’s breakout album never sounded right. Now it does.
Animation’s most hapless family returns.
What if Macca didn’t play anything by the you-know-whos?
What can you learn from a 944-page book on the Beatles? Let’s start with these seven things.
One Popdoser’s personal best-of playlist.
Get ready for the fifth season of TV’s most convoluted cartoon.
A Silent Film talks about America, having fun onstage and rattlesnakes. (Not in that order.)
Beneath this hat/I am wearing a tie.
Don’t judge this book by it’s cover. (Really, don’t.)
Flops you can blame on the jerks in marketing
A closer look at Janis Joplin’s swan song.
Do what you want to do — just get the f#%&ing note right.
“Recording the Beatles”: no Fabs library is complete without it.
A guide for the perplexed.
30 years ago, XTC seemed poised for their commercial breakthrough. Appearances were deceiving.
Dan Wiencek serves up a double-size helping of Beatle-y goodness
The recordings that started it all. (More or less.)
Look, Ma! We can count to a hundred!
Sarah Jarosz avoids the sophomore slump — mostly — on her latest release, Follow Me Down.