There are a lot of great music autobiographies out there, but there are great ones still to be written. Chris Holmes counts down the Top 5.
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Fuck that guy. Fuck him in the fuckhole.
Brian Wilson and the Beach Boys return after a lengthy absence with “That’s Why God Made The Radio.” Does the iconic group still have the goods?
Thus begins our journey into AM Gold: 1972. And hey, look, Three Dog Night is still hanging around!
Jon Stebbins has penned fine books about Beach Boys Dennis Wilson, and David Marks. “The Beach Boys FAQ” aspires to be the last word on the history of the band.
The good ship AM Gold has arrived in 1966, and we’re forced to confront an age-old question — how do you separate art from the artist?
A look at the songs and the story behind 50 years of the Beach Boys, American’s greatest pop band.
We delve deeper into AM Gold’s 1965 and find some genuine treasures.
Poor Al Jardine. Always the last to know.
Our look at AM Gold: 1964 reaches its respectable conclusion.
AM Gold: 1964 beckons! Enjoy the Supremes and the Zombies! Make it through Gene Pitney!
Our celebration of AM Gold’s compilation series continues with the first batch of songs from 1963. Hello Beach Boys!
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.”
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.
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!
On Episode 7 of the Popdose Podcast, your three favorite a**holes convene to discuss the science of a**holeology — with a very special guest from the actual field. Our best episode yet is but a click away!
Christmas is a time for jolly old fat men, but this is ridiculous. Who let Rush Limbaugh in here?
The beginning of disco, guest Beach Boy appearances, and the sound of John Denver being strangled — it’s all part of Jason Hare’s latest edition of CHART ATTACK!