It’s the Popdose Music Roundtable for March 2014 — wherein the staff gabs about any music, new or old, that has been moving us over the past month….
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What if Macca didn’t play anything by the you-know-whos?
Liverpool and the American south came together in Muscle Shoals
It’s the Popdose Music Roundtable for January 2014 — wherein the staff gabs about any music, new or old, that has been moving us over the past month.
It’s the Friday Five! Shuffle through five random tracks from your library and share it with the Popdose community.
Betty Everett & Jerry Butler scored with a cover of a beloved Everly Brothers hit
One Popdoser’s personal best-of playlist.
Dw Dunphy provides seven and two for you from 2013. None of them are Yeezus.
Wings had yet to lock in an album that justified their existence. Band On The Run changed that.
Wherein we look at ten of the weirdest and most random products to be marketed using the Beatles name and image.
For McCartney’s latest, the name says it all.
A countdown of ten artists who broke away from their old groups and went on to release great music in their own right.
Stop! Shuffle time. Join in this week’s Friday Five.
Ah, it’s Friday, time to relax, and you know what that means, a glass of wine and the Friday Five!
The Beatles second film has been released on Blu-ray
The Meters were well known as sidemen, but had hits of their own as well
Stop! Drop! Shuffle into the weekend! Join in this week’s Friday Five.
With the summer movie season upon us, let’s listen to ten of the best superhero-inspired songs we could find.
‘Face Time: Fall Out Boy, “I’m Like a Lawyer With the Way I’m Always Trying to Get You Off (Me & You)”
Join Popdose for a look back at three decades of Babyface’s wide-ranging influence as a singer, songwriter, and producer.
And when the cupboard’s bare, will you still even care?
Git your Steely Dan on in the latest installment of our ’70s list. Plus…so much more!
Michael McDonald. Aw yeah.
Hey, remember when big soundtrack albums were a thing?
Rob Smith meditates on memory, music, and the Beatles in “The Vinyl Diaries.”