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Ken Shane’s annual Holiday Gift Guide
5… 4… 3… 2… 1… Shuffle! Join in this week’s Friday Five.
Singer/songwriter Alexander Fairchild lists his five Desert Island Discs.
Legendary Session Man Jim Horn On Working With John Denver And Getting Inside The “Genius” Of Brian Wilson
Beat the post lunch dip and play along with this week’s Friday Five!
A look at the first big hit for The Four Freshmen, 1952′s “It’s a Blue World.”
Not a fan of Chicago? You may change your mind after hearing these ten tracks.
Just because a song gets stuck at #3 on the charts doesn’t mean it’s not an all-time great.
Ken Shane’s favorite albums of the year
Due to the extreme length of this 2012 year-end recap, Michael Fortes recommends that you skip ahead to the entry on Joey Dosik.
Shuffle through Michael’s Top Five records of 2012, and share your own!
Chris Holmes breaks it down to give you his favorite albums of the year that was 2012.
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.
Don DiLego’s first album in five years, the Western And Atlantic EP, is an excellent return to form.
In 1965 the Righteous Brothers had a year that has seldom been equaled in the annals of popular music.
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?
It’s a very special Friday Five, dedicated to little Evan James.
Michael Fortes looks back on five major musical highlights as part of Popdose’s 2011 year-end wrap-up.
There was a lot of new music released this year. Ken Shane wades through it all to find a handful of albums with real staying power.
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.