Tag: Keith Richards

Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: The Rolling Stones, “Blue & Lonesome”

They woke up this morning and their baby gone away....

Lost Together with Matt Wardlaw, Podcast

Lost Together with Matt Wardlaw, Episode 17: Bill See (33 Days, Divine Weeks)

Singer-songwriter and author Bill See joins us to talk about his book 33 Days and the brand new Divine Weeks reunion album....


Retrosuck: The Verve, “Bitter Sweet Symphony”

When you realize past-tense that something's not as good as you remembered it, that's Retrosuck!...

Contests, Music, News

Popdose Contest: Win A Copy Of The Rolling Stones’ “Some Girls: Live In Texas” On Blu-Ray

The Rolling Stones will celebrate their 50th anniversary as a group in 2012. Rumblings suggest that we’ll probably see the Stones...

Lefschmutz, Music

Lefschmutz: Bob Lefsetz Wants Mick Jagger to E-Mail Him

Mick Jagger's business sense is almost as legendary as his voice, stage presence, and lips. But since his new project Superheavy isn't...

Music, The Very Guest Of...

The Very Guest Of… Keith Richards

We couldn’t talk about Mick Jagger without talking of his dark twin, soulmate and nemesis … wait a minute, we’ve done this...


Greatest Un-Hits, Music

Greatest Un-Hits: The Rolling Stones’ “Like a Rolling Stone” (1995)

In 1994, after more than 30 years largely intact and as one of the world’s best, most famous, popular, and hardworking bands, the...


Bottom Feeders, Music

Bottom Feeders: The Rock End of the ’80s, Part 43

It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's a ... it's ... a man-rat? (And we're not talking about the mug of Keith Richards, either.)...



Here’s Something Else!: Rolling Stones Songs From the ’90s That Don’t, You Know, Suck

Thirty years in, no one would have been surprised if the Rolling Stones simply ground to a halt in the 1990s. Instead, they managed a...


CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: Keith Richards, “Vintage Vinos”

It would be wildly inaccurate to say Keith Richards’ solo work (and that with backing band, the X-Pensive Winos) was light years...


Blu-ray Reviews, Film

Blu-ray Review: The Rolling Stones, “Ladies & Gentlemen the Rolling Stones”

Following this year's reissue of Exile On Main Street, and the Stones In Exile documentary, the Stones have crowned a great...


Music, Popdose Flashback '90

Popdose Flashback ’90: The Vaughan Brothers, “Family Style”

On the 20th anniversary of Stevie Ray Vaughan's death, Michael Fortes revisits the Texas guitar master's swan song: a collaboration with...


DVD Reviews, Film, Music

DVD Review: The Rolling Stones, “Stones in Exile” — Win a Copy!

On May 18 of this year, the Rolling Stones released a remastered and expanded edition of what is arguably the greatest rock and roll album...


Listmania, Music

Listmania: Top 50 Guitarists (#50-36)

We made a list of our favorite guitarists of all time, and this week, we count down from 50 to 36. Who made the cut?...


CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: The Rolling Stones, “Exile on Main Street” (Original Recording Remastered)

A case could be made that Exile on Main Street (Universal) is the greatest rock and roll album ever made. After all, it’s got...


Music, Popdose Tribute

Popdose Tribute: Jim Marshall, Rock ‘n’ Roll Photographer (1936-2010)

Scott Malchus pens a bittersweet farewell to famed photographer Jim Marshall, who passed away this week....


CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: The Rolling Stones, “Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out” 40th Anniversary Edition

Just when you start to think that Rhino is the only company that knows how to do the box set thing, along comes ABKCO Records with their...


Infinite Play, Music

Infinite Play: The Rolling Stones, “Let It Loose”

Last week, I took the redeye back from Vegas while still slightly hung over from a blowout the night before. I hadn’t fully...


Music, Rock Court

Rock Court: The People vs. Eric Clapton

Rock Court is back in session, and this time, the fate of God -- a.k.a. Eric Clapton -- hangs in the balance. Take your seat in the jury...


CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: Son Volt, “American Central Dust”

Once upon a time there was a pioneering Americana band from Belleville, Il. called Uncle Tupelo. Two of the founding members of the band...


Books, Dw. Dunphy On...

Dw. Dunphy On… Drawing

There was a period of time during junior high and high school when I was convinced music wouldn’t be a part of my life. I...