Barbara Lynn’s debut single was a smash but she never managed to equal that success
But let me tell you something The sisters are not going for that no more ‘Cause we realize two things That you aren’t doing anything for us We can better…
Have you thanked your mother lately? No, seriously, thank your mother.
The muscular Tempts or the slow-burning Al Green. Which version is your favorite?
The Bo-Keys rose from the ashes of a legendary ’60s soul band
The three members of Papas Fritas — Shivika Asthana, Keith Gendel, and Tony Goddess — discuss the creation of their self-titled debut album.
Al Green’s hit train left the station in ’67
The Pride of Providence scored a big hit in ’66
When Teenie Hodges died the world lost a great guitarist and songwriter
The Revelations debut their new video on Popdose today
Ann Peebles was one of the great deep soul singers of the ’70s
Join Popdose for a look back at three decades of Babyface’s wide-ranging influence as a singer, songwriter, and producer.
Who needs any stinkin’ Crosby, Stills or Nash??
You’ll be seeing a lot of these two men over the next few days-check out the beginning of our list of the top 100 albums of the Seventies!
Gedeon Luke’s debut EP, Perfect Ain’t Perfect, strutted onto my “Best of 2012” list after only a few spins — ironically enough sharing the bill with the original Disciples of…
In 1964 Joe Hinton broke out with his hit cover of a Willie Nelson song. Four years later he was gone in the prime of his career.
Squeeze your squeeze while your listening to Squeeze tonight, daters. Mix it up, buttercup. Add a dash of Al Green and you’re shaking a full cocktail of love and loveless tonight.
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.
Thus begins our journey into AM Gold: 1972. And hey, look, Three Dog Night is still hanging around!
Al Green gets funky in this week’s Basement Songs.
Kelly Stitzel revisits another post from A Soundtrack Saturday Christmas, this time the Bill Murray classic, Scrooged.
Ween is one of those fantastic, cult-beloved quirky bands too interesting to ever be extremely popular that should have been one of those fantastic, cult-beloved quirky bands that eventually scored…
The Boston-area band released only three albums before breaking up in 2000, but have reunited for a series of shows in Europe. Robert Cass takes a look back at their brief but stellar discography.
Yes, yes, June is the traditional month of the year associated with weddings, but your brother isn’t getting married this Sunday is he? I didn’t think so. As an alternative…
No classic song deserves to be heard after the cover versions that followed it — but hey, the world ain’t fair.
Rob Smith provides some soulful sides to get us through winter’s last throes, in this week’s Popdose.com Friday Mixtape.
Rock ‘n’ roll and Gospel music have a long and contentious history, traditionally operating at odds to one another; and while it’s tempting to view that divide as entirely racial,…
I love soul music in each and every one of its glorious permutations, so it’s been gratifying for me to listen as a new generation of soul masters has taken…
Welcome back to another edition of CHART ATTACK!, everyone! Sick of the ’90s? Sick of the ’80s? Sick of … uh … the ’40s, ’50s and ’60s, 1970, 1971, and…