Tag: Robbie Robertson

Howard Tate

Ken Shane's Soul Serenade, Music

Soul Serenade: Howard Tate, “Ain’t Nobody Home”

Howard Tate teamed up with the legendary Jerry Ragovoy for a string of '60s hits...

Music, News

Music News: The Jewbadours to Play “The Last Schmaltz” on December 23

Bring out your inner Jew at "The Last Schmaltz" at the Highline Ballroom....

A Fan's Notes

A Fan's Notes, Music, Reissue Reviews

A Fan’s Notes: Bob Dylan, “The Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11”

The legendary sessions finally get a complete release...

Levon Helm

Music, Podcast

The Popdose Podcast: Episode 23 – Levon Helm

The Popdose Podcast pays tribute to the late Levon Helm....

A Fan's Notes, Music

A Fan’s Notes: Levon Helm

Ken Shane pays tribute to the great Levon Helm....

Film, Soundtrack Saturday

Soundtrack Saturday Rewind: “Scrooged”

Kelly Stitzel revisits another post from A Soundtrack Saturday Christmas, this time the Bill Murray classic, Scrooged....

Ken Shane's Soul Serenade, Music

Soul Serenade: Howard Tate, “8 Days On The Road”

Howard Tate died on Saturday. After making stunning records with Jerry Ragavoy in the '60s, he spent years in the wilderness before making...

Lefschmutz, Music

Lefschmutz: Bob Lefsetz Believes in Rock Again After a Concert, Episode 1,829

In sports, there’s nothing more annoying than a fan who jumps on the bandwagon of a winning team, then overcompensates for the time he...

Music, The Very Guest Of...

The Very Guest Of… Peter Gabriel (Part 1)

When Peter Gabriel chose Scratch My Back as the title for his 2010 covers record, it was a dry joke — but also a statement of purpose....


Music, Popdose

Here’s Something Else!: Everything 1980s, Daniel Lanois Edition

Your pals over at Something Else! Reviews begin an occasional feature focusing on the best of the 1980s with a look at producer and...


CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: Robbie Robertson, “How To Become Clairvoyant”

For his first album in more than ten years, Robbie Robertson recruited an all-star cast of musicians and created the most personal solo...


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.)...


CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: Black Dub, “Black Dub”

Daniel Lanois is well known as a brilliant producer. His band Black Dub has released their debut album and Ken Shane thinks it's one of the...


Music, When Good Albums Happen to Bad People

When Good Albums Happen to Bad People: John Fogerty, “Centerfield”

John Fogerty was responsible for some of the best rock music of the '60s -- and, as Matthew Bolin discovers in his latest column, he was...



New Music: Black Dub, “Surely”

Ken Shane would like to introduce you to the music of Black Dub, the new band project from Daniel Lanois, Trixie Whitley, and Brian Blade....


Basement Songs, Music, Popdose

Basement Songs: Robbie Robertson, “What About Now”

In the fall of 1991, Robbie Robertson released his second solo album, Storyville, to glowing reviews, including a four-star feature write...


Music, When Good Albums Happen to Bad People

When Good Albums Happen to Bad People: Robbie Robertson, “Robbie Robertson”

Robbie Robertson’s recorded output with his legendary band — that is, The Band — and his solo career would seem like...


Music, Popdose, Redeeming Rod

Redeeming Rod: “Broken Arrow” (1991)

Rod Stewart’s 1991 cover of Robbie Robertson’s “Broken Arrow” (download) is perhaps the biggest hit that I’ll...