Proof that there is always something good that can come from even the worst of things.
I got an idea and then ran with it…for an hour and 40 minutes.
Curry Cuts’ third concept compilation ups its game to everything-or-nothing heights.
Beginning at the tender age of two, Betty Wright has crafted a legendary career
The classic Bond songs, shaken, stirred, and disrupted.
Radiohead released their rejected James Bond theme song over the holidays. How did it stack up against the accepted songs of the series?
50 years and counting for a legendary career
It’s 11:00 AM on Friday, do you know where your shuffle is?
The first installment of AM Gold: 1971 features a fairly diverse range of pop — from the manly swagger of Tom Jones, to the super-cheery pop of Dawn, and finally to the potent realism of Carly Simon. Oh, and a song about drugs. Can’t forget the drugs. This was the ’70s after all.
And thus ends another year on our trolley ride through the land of Time-Life’s “AM Gold: 1967.”
Join the Popdose Staff as they say “Thank You” to the people that introduced them to the music that shaped their lives.
We bid adieu to 1965 and take up a debate on the merits of Shirley Bassey’s “Goldfinger.”
We delve deeper into AM Gold’s 1965 and find some genuine treasures.
Dr. House Sings! Popdose pulls out the Wagner Johnson Downey Scale to weigh the results.
I don’t even know why I’m here, frankly. I think it’s pretty well documented that all I do these days is write about television and interview people for Bullz-Eye ’til…
This week, The Friday Mixtape has been specially super-sized in order to provide you with 31 fiendishly good songs to keep you grim and grinning throughout the Halloween weekend.
As his birthday approaches, Ted Asregadoo is inspired to put together a playlist of songs from the year he was born.
When you hear the name “Don Dixon,” you’re probably more likely to think of him in terms of his production career than for his accomplishments as a singer and songwriter…
One of the questions I am occasionally asked by readers, other than “Are you sure you’re straight?,” is “Why don’t you write more?” (This is also the question I am…