Tag: The Jam

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Popdose Playlist: February 12, 2018

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Album Reviews, Music

Album Review: Paul Weller, “A Kind Revolution”

It’s not enough that Paul Weller recently released his first soundtrack/score for the movie “Jawbone”; he now offers us...

Podcast, Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross

Radio City With Jon Grayson & Rob Ross: Episode Three

Return to Radio City with your intrepid hosts Jon Grayson and Rob Ross!...

Music, Popdose Exclusives

Popdose Song Premiere: The Monkees, “Birth of an Accidental Hipster”

And…  the win goes to this Paul Weller/Noel Gallagher composition, sung mainly by Michael Nesmith, with Micky Dolenz – a...

Film, Film Reviews, Music

Film Review: “The Jam: About the Young Idea”

Thrilled to see that the Showtime network has sought fit to broadcast the British documentary, The Jam – About The Young Idea, as...

The Zombies

A Fan's Notes, Music, Popdose Interviews

A Fan’s Notes: The Colin Blunstone Interview

The Zombies were the second English group to have a #1 single in the US, trailing only the Beatles for that distinction, when their 1964...

Music, Popdose Interviews

The Popdose Interview: Paul Weller

Anyone and everyone who knows me is well aware of the magnitude to Paul Weller’s presence in my life over the past three decades....

Album Reviews, CD Reviews, Music, Popdose

ALBUM REVIEW: Paul Weller, “Saturns Pattern”

You’ve got to hand it to Paul Weller; he’s been at this since 1977 – in the recorded forum, that is – when The Jam...

Music, Reissue Reviews

Reissue Review: The Jam, “Setting Sons”

1979’s Setting Sons is probably the second finest piece of work released by The Jam during their career, which, on record, spanned...

Album Reviews, CD Reviews, Music, Popdose

ALBUM REVIEW: Paul Weller, “More Modern Classics”

Paul Weller is another of those artists where the line between “critic” and “fan” is easily/completely blurred. ...

Music, Popdose Roundtable

Popdose Music Roundtable: February 2014

It's the Popdose Music Roundtable for February 2014 -- wherein the staff gabs about any music, new or old, that has been moving us over the...

Dw. Dunphy On..., Music

Dw. Dunphy On… Punk: A Braindump

You know the rest of the Twenty-Teens will be a hard slog when even the quality of our rebellion is mediocre. Look at the so-called...

Album Reviews, Music, Popdose

Album Review: THE CONDORS, “3 Item Combo”

Tasty riffs – good production and catchy songs put this band on my radar now. Starting off with “Here I Go”, this album...

Music, Reissue Reviews

Reissue Review: The Jam, “The Gift”

I could go on for hours and I probably will about The Jam. Anyone who knows me knows how vital, important, sacred this band was to me. Next...

Eddie Floyd

Ken Shane's Soul Serenade, Music

Soul Serenade: Eddie Floyd, “Big Bird”

"Big Bird" wasn't a hit for Eddie Floyd but it made a lasting impression...

Music, Popdose, The Weekly Mixtape

The Weekly Mixtape: Imaginary Bond Movie Edition

In this week’s AM Gold roundtable, I dared to speak ill of Shirley Bassey’s iconic theme for “Goldfinger.” My...

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Greatest Un-Hits, Music

Greatest Un-Hits: Graham Parker’s “Local Girls” (1979)

Not that it’s a bad thing at all, but Graham Parker sounds almost exactly like Joe Jackson, Elvis Costello, Nick Lowe, the Jam, and...

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Bottom Feeders, Music

Bottom Feeders: The Rock End of the ’80s, Part 25

Dave Steed reflects back on the time he spent listening to the Jefferson Airplane reunion record instead of the Jam. Dumb ass. ...

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Listmania, Music

Listmania: Top 50 Rhythm Sections (#50-36)

We're counting down our Top 50 favorite rhythm sections of all-time! See who made the bottom of the list as we look at numbers 50 through...

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Film, Soundtrack Saturday

Soundtrack Saturday: “Grosse Pointe Blank”

"Dear Alumni: Can you believe it's been ten years? Where are you now...?" Kelly Stitzel catches up with the classic soundtrack to Grosse...