Say what you want about the cultural phenomenon that was Star Wars, but boy could you dance to its theme song.
One song in this room just filled the expanse with methane. Can you guess which one? – Dw. Dunphy, on seeing the second batch of songs for AM Gold: 1977.
This week’s AM Gold is dedicated to the memory of the late Hal David (May 25, 1921 — September 1, 2012).
Gasoline might have been in short supply in the ’70s, but mellow tunes were not.
This week’s installment proves, once and for all, that we are not the cynical, cold-hearted bunch we seem to be sometimes. Witness the praise heaped upon Captain & Tennille.
That’s a wrap on AM Gold: 1973. This week may not offer a lot, but it does have David Foster!
Digging for Gold is turning forty! That’s forty great installments, which is ten more than thirty!
Chris Holmes steps into the Cassingle Vault to look at an offering from prog metal stalwarts QueensrÁ¿che — 1988’s “I Don’t Believe In Love.”
Chris Holmes examines a buried treasure from the golden age of soft rock – Bertie Higgins’ 1982 solo debut Just Another Day in Paradise.
The Popdose Staff mulls over the continuing slow-motion fall of the “record album.”
Nothing has expanded the proliferation of year-end Top Ten Lists like the internet.Á‚ Every year critics of every stripe put together their top ten lists for the year, and impossible…