A leading figure in the rise of Philly Soul, Bunny Sigler scored his own hit in ’67
Billy Paul’s career was not limited to one hit single
Donny Hathaway’s 1970 single has become a holiday standard
A great artist was lost last week when Bobby Womack died
Bobby Womack has entered the twilight of his legendary career
Bottom Feeders closes out 2012 with The Lady of Rage, L.A. Guns and some K7.
Disco, glam rock, and Leo Sayer are riding high on the charts, which can only mean one thing. It’s time for AM Gold: 1975 baby!
Patti LaBelle and the Blue Belles had a big hit in 1962 with “I Sold My Heart To the Junkman.” Or did they?
Patti LaBelle’s “Yo Mister” (with a little help from Prince) seizes the controls of the Jheri Curl Fridays ship for this 4th of July weekend.
Morris Day scored the biggest hit of his solo career with “Fishnet,” which reunited him with former bandmates Jam & Lewis.
Bottom Feeders continues with the letter W — and reaches triple digits! — with more would-be hits from the ’80s.
Just what the hell is a famous blue raincoat, anyway? Maybe Jon Cummings finds out in his new Popdose Interview with Leonard Cohen collaborator — and solo artist in her own right — Sharon Robinson.
Dave Steed’s Bottom Feeders celebrates its one-year anniversary this week — and we’re at the letter L, which means Lorenzo Lamas and Patti goddamn LaBelle were invited to the party.
Happy Friday, everybody, and welcome back to another edition of CHART ATTACK! This week’s Top 10 is relatively diverse, with a bunch of artists who stand absolutely no chance of…
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