Tag Archives: Todd Rundgren
It was the beginning of a Hall of Fame career for Hall & Oates
The singer/songwriter/producer discusses entering the world of the 100% independent artist, as well as the friends who have come along for the ride for his return album, Don’t Look Back.
Andy Partridge thought XTC’s breakout album never sounded right. Now it does.
Put on your penis-shaped suit, it’s The Tubes.
Let’s take a look back at the 10 finest moments from XTC’s catalog as written by Colin Moulding.
Some Furs and some friends look back on “Forever Now” as it turns 30
As we float like a mellow breeze into the second installment of AM: Gold 1973, we leave behind the deep analyses of the story-song and just enjoy some great tunes.
Join the Popdose Staff as they say “Thank You” to the people that introduced them to the music that shaped their lives.
Popdose breaks down the first five songs from Time-Life Music’s AM Gold: 1962 compilation album, and takes time to enjoy a classic 1980s Dom DeLuise commercial.
Popdose.com delves into “Walk Away Renee” to discuss that rare bird, the unrequited love song.
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.”
Arnold McCuller calls “Soon As I Get Paid” his musical autobiography. He could haven’t chosen better songs or better players to help him to tell his story.
Dave Steed likes Rush! Dave Steed likes Rush! No, this isn’t a typo. He’s finally wised up and listened to his peers for a change.
As MTV marks its 30th anniversary, Matt Wardlaw spoke about the golden years of the channel with author Greg Prato, who has a new book on the subject.
Todd Rundgren’s Utopia performed in Cleveland, Ohio, on October 16, 1974, but Bootleg City is where you’ll find the document of their concert.
Ken Shane celebrates the six-month anniversary of his Soul Serenade column with an awesome mix that includes every song that has appeared in his column so far.
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!
This week, Dave Steed sets off a chain reaction, goes crazy from the heat, rocks a tricky rhyme, and bangs on the drum all day with Tom Sawyer.