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Tony Thaxton explores the weirder side of music, celebrating and telling the story behind those strange albums that make you wonder how and why they exist. Doing deep dives on albums released by pro athletes, actors, fictional characters, and more. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bizarrealbums/support
 
The most popular classical music broadcast in the world is proudly Sponsored by La Musica International Chamber Music Festival in Sarasota Florida and Uber. Decca, Deutsche Grammophon, Mercury, and countless independent labels use our show to promote new artists and new album releases. Debuting your album on our podcast guarantees your music will be heard on: Podomatic, Vurbl, Amazon Music, Audible, Apple Podcasts, Player FM, PodBean, iHeartRadio, Audacy, Google Podcasts, Gaana, Boomplay, an ...
 
Album ReBrews is a conversational-style music commentary podcast hosted by Sarah and Zac, two Chicago-based music lovers. Each episode, we grab a guest co-host and pair one of their favorite albums with a (usually alcoholic) beverage, talk, drink, and enjoy the album together.
 
ALBUM is a band and after being together for 13 years they started a podcast. Join the fun with Jason, Josh and Winfield (and the occasional guest) as they talk about Life, Music and Entertainment in general... Not to mention play games, eat and review snacks and check in with their off-the-wall sponsors
 
CrossFade is a dueling album review show about expanding your musical horizons hosted by Matt Helgeson. Released every two weeks, CrossFade has guests introduce one of their favorite albums of all time to Matt Helgeson (and vice versa) as they review the highlights, play clips, and compare each other's picks. On every episode, we answer questions from the community via MinnMax's Patreon page - https://www.patreon.com/minnmax
 
Welcome to Beyond The Album Cover!!! I will be highlighting albums regardless of the genre and breaking down their importance from production to song structure etc. I will also be interviewing people within the entertainment industry to get their inside knowledge on the business. Get ready to dust off those 12 inches, 33's, and 45's and go beyond the album cover!
 
How did five teen boys performing separately on 'The X Factor' become one of the best-selling boy bands of all time? In the latest season of 'Every Single Album,' Nora Princiotti and Nathan Hubbard will be breaking down every single One Direction album, then exploring the solo careers of Harry Styles, Niall Horan, and the rest of the band after their 2015 split. Calling all Directioners, Harries, and more: 'Every Single Album: One Direction' premieres April 11, with episodes every Monday and ...
 
Classic Album Sundays tells the stories behind the albums that have shaped our culture and in some cases, our lives. We are the world’s most popular and respected classic album listening event with satellites in four continents. Our website, social media channels, and our podcast are the hub for classic albums and artists. Visit us at https://classicalbumsundays.com/.
 
As a classic rock enthusiast (even though I was born in the mid-1990s), I discuss my favorite albums that were released 10-20 years before I was born and give my ranking of the songs on the album. I have also included Extended Podcasts, which include autobiography reviews, concert reviews, movie reviews, games, and more! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dorneysvinyl/support
 
Weekly album review show where musicians select, analyze, and laugh about an album from Robert Dimery's book "1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die". After a well-researched history of the album, we highlight a few representative tracks and have a rousing discussion before voting on whether this album is really something you should listen to before you die. Also we make each other laugh a lot. Some albums are old favorites we're revisiting and some are brand new discoveries. Regardless, w ...
 
Christopher Macarthur-Boyd and Liam Withnail are two stand-up comedians and close friends who love music, but felt as if they were listening to the same records over and over again. Every week they delve into another entry from a list of the 500 greatest albums of all time, spill the beans about what they liked and hated about it, and then make fun of each other for their terrible opinions. Cool jokes and hot takes abound in what some critics are calling, “a podcast.” Check out the Enjoy An ...
 
Welcome to METALMORPHOSIS - The Metal Album Reviews Podcast. Listen up as John 'The Metal Barbarian' takes you through reviews of Albums old, new and in-between. Album Reviews, Social Commentry, Personal History, Concert Reviews, Discography ratings, Episode specific spotify playlists, Retrospectives, Vinyl, Collaborations, Listener questions..... Its all here!Follow me on Instagram @metalmorphosis_podcast where you can find info on episodes, news, albums, and a whole lot more!Please leave u ...
 
A show where a band or artist takes you through the journey of their entire album. Our host Tyler Russell talks with the artist and, song-by-song-, dissects the album, letting the audience in on what each tune means to them and why it fits into each specific place on the track list. Full Album Fridays is unique as playing an entire album back to front is unheard of in today’s formatted stations. It’s our chance to be inside an artist’s mind and really sink into the meaning behind a full piec ...
 
This is a weekly podcast where I will talk about a music album that I either haven't heard before or haven't listened to in a while. I'll give my thoughts on each song on the album, the band's sound compared to previous albums, and some other notes around the album. E-mail or tweet at me with some album recommendations! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bill-pivetz/support
 
Are you a fan of concept albums? Do you prefer to listen to records start to finish? We have broken down everything from Pink Floyd to Janelle Monae to the Digimon: the Movie Soundtrack and we are just getting started. Join us as we break down some of music's most interesting albums every Monday and try to discover the intended meaning behind them (or lack thereof)... Go to our discord at https://discord.gg/2stA2P7pTC to recommend new albums and join the conversation! For everything else, ch ...
 
Come on an album by album exploration of Talking Heads, David Byrne, Tom Tom Club and Jerry Harrison. No stone will go unturned as we retrace their path from humble beginnings at New York's infamous CBGB to their induction to the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame.
 
My Classic Album' is a podcast about the most acclaimed and loved albums of all time! There are many great albums out there but there's an extra special ingredient that makes an album a classic album. Join Mike Norris as he dedicates each episode to one classic album and looks at the history of the album and its impact in the years following its release. ​ 'My Classic Album' celebrates albums from the 1960's right through to the new millennium from musicians as timeless as The Beatles and Bo ...
 
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As day turns to night and the sun rises and sets, we return to talking about the Beatles. Surprisingly there is something new to say on this subject, as proven by today’s guest, Dr. Christine Feldman-Barrett. She joins me to delve into her brilliant book ‘A Women’s History of the Beatles’, why it was important to write, compensating for male narrat…
 
Every once in a while, we like to take a moment to reflect on some truly classic albums that deserve some extra praise. For that we have the Album Nerds Hall of Fame (aka ANHoF). Our nominees are: Radiohead – OK Computer (Andy) Pink Floyd – Dark Side of the Moon (Don) Willie Nelson – Red Headed Stranger (Dude) What do you think of these records? Wh…
 
This week we’re discussing every album by Call Me Lightning. From Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Call Me Lightning was manic indie band (closer to noise rock) made up of core members Nathan Liley on guitar/vocals and Shane Hochstetler on drums. The band was short-lived and there isn’t a whole lot of info on them, but they have a cult following and some insa…
 
We don’t know how this one slipped by us, but it is long overdue. This week we’re talking about Incubus and their album Make Yourself released on October 26, 1999. In this episode we discuss violence, demons, suits, backdoors, bird murder, cults, bulls, aliens, dirty laundry, answering machines and so much more! Hatepod.com | TW: @AlbumHatePod | IG…
 
10 year old Lena Zavaroni broke a record by winning British competition show Opportunity Knocks five weeks in a row. Soon after, she would become the youngest person to ever have an album in the top 10. This is the story of Lena Zavaroni’s Ma! He's Making Eyes At Me, from 1974. Special thanks to listener Rob Guernsey for suggesting this album! Supp…
 
Janis Joplin is a household name when it comes to rock history. She's one of the great vocalists of the 60s, hung out with legends like Jimi Hendrix, and tragically joined the 27 club when she died of an overdose in 1970. Her name is well known, but what about the band she started in? After deciding that she wanted to be a singer and moving to San …
 
Cocaine! Torontonian sex-jammer Abel Tesfaye combined moody dream-pop samples with the Ethopian music that soundtracked his youth to become The Weeknd: a purveyor of glassy-eyed cum-soaked nihilistic R&B that set the indiesphere on fire in the early 10s with the ‘House of Balloons’ trilogy of underground EPs. After a flailing start with 2013’s flat…
 
Welcome back to another edition of Broken Records, where Steve and Remfry are charged with the unenviable task of finding the worst album ever made. This week we’re looking at Other Voices, the 7th studio album from the LA psychedelic rock band The Doors, released on the 18th of October 1971. In the aftermath of the release of arguably their finest…
 
Super Furry Animals emerged from the Welsh "Cool Cymru" scene in 1990s and have become a cult favorite in the decades since. The team discuss studio indulgences, perfectly stacked harmonies, and the meaning of celebrity album cameos. Listen to our episode companion playlist (compilation of the songs we referenced on this episode) here: https://open…
 
It's the tail end of the 70s, and top 40 music is heavily leaning to disco and AOR. Sure there's plenty of other things out there, but the charts point not only to disco artists, but pop singers jumping on board the disco train (Barbara Streisand, Kiss, Paul McCartney and Wings). Then 4 guys based in Los Angeles recorded and mixed a powerful rock a…
 
Nora and Nathan and joined by longtime One Direction fan Kate Halliwell to answer a few mailbag questions. They talk about whether or not they want any kind of One Direction reunion and what that would look like (10:26) and what songs the band will be known for 20 years from now (42:36). Then, Nora and Nathan draft their favorite One Direction song…
 
In October of 1979 Fleetwood Mac released their 12th studio album. Following the colossal success of Rumors the band opted to build their own studio to record the next album. A ten month cocaine binge and 20 songs later, the band released what was at the time the most expensive album ever made. The double LP had a sticker shock price of $16.00 (whi…
 
Country musicians Willie Heath Neal and Kira Annalise, who perform as The Waymores, introduce Al to an album by their band’s namesake, Honky Tonk Heroes by Waylon Jennings. Willie and Kira talk about why this album is so special to them, and they also tell Al about their farm in central Georgia and discuss their new album, Stone Sessions. Be sure t…
 
In Episode 0087 of The Classic Rock Album-By-Album podcast Chris is joined by CRABA veteran co-producer Fraser Moffatt. They go way back to 1953 to look at a 10" 33 1/3 rpm long player. But does Hank Williams have enough rock to be considered a rock and roll pioneer? Or is he just of many progenitors? Or is he the most imprtant one? Oh and there wi…
 
30 years after its initial release, Tori Amos's debut album is still inspiring musicians including Loz Campbell who joins Mike to chat all things 'Little Earthquakes'. On a crusade to make the piano more than a passive instrument, Tori created an album that kickstarted a critically acclaimed career. Which professional wresting legend has singled ou…
 
For this episode of Beyond The Album Cover I have the pleasure of interviewing Lillo Thomas. One of the most underrated male R&B singers and to me the hidden gem of the whole Hush Productions sound (Freddie Jackson, Kashif, Melba Moore, etc) We talk about his beginnings, love for art and track, climb in the music industry, evolution of R&B, emergen…
 
This week on The Perfect Album Side Podcast we look at the bands/artists that should be in the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame….but aren’t. Yep, it’s all about whose not in, yet deserves to be. The guys talk about why these groups should be in and a little bit about why they aren’t. For real, you’re going to be surprised when you find out some of these ar…
 
Vol.4 - Ep03 ALBUM returns and this time their buddy BJ Lisko stops by to talk about Classic Radio songs. They each pick a tune, talk about Classic Rock and eat and drink blue things. Once again BJ intercepts the mail and the guys receive a great smelling mystery package from a certain Depp. In Segment 2, Winfield brings back an exciting round of K…
 
After five long years, Kendrick Lamar has finally returned with a new album, Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, so Moulz & Mel are on the scene with @fromoldharlem to share their thoughts in the latest episode of 1st Listen, New Album Reviews. ---------------- Intro (0:00) -- The Rating System, Explained (8:39 - 11:53) -- Track 1: "United In Grief" (18…
 
This week we’re sitting down with the piano man himself, Mr. Billy Joel to discuss his beloved song We Didn’t Start the Fire. Things go downhill quickly, enjoy! Also in this prepisode music news of the weird, listener emails and we announce next week’s album. In this episode we discuss poison, rats, PCP, Bosom Buddies, Contact, shootings, money lau…
 
After going more than a full calendar year without covering a Moody Blues album, Discord & Rhyme has reverted to its truest self with this episode on A Question of Balance, the 1970 album that the band created after realizing they needed to start recording more songs they could actually play live. Join us as we discuss the band’s most democratic an…
 
You see that guy at the end of the bar drinkin' a shot of whiskey? This week, WGN's Mike Stephen (who's been showing Chicago how to podcast since 2006), host of Outside The Loop Radio hoots n' hollers while sipping Manhattans with us through the alt-country jammer No Depression by Uncle Tupelo. (Basically Wilco Pre-Wilco). We'll talk about rural no…
 
Welcome to METALMORPHOSIS - The Metal Album Reviews Podcast. Listen up as John ‘The Metal Barbarian’ takes you through reviews of Albums old, new and in-between. Album Reviews, Social Commentry, Personal History, Concert Reviews, Discography ratings, Episode specific spotify playlists, Retrospectives, Vinyl, Collaborations, Listener questions..... …
 
British DJ and journalist Greg Wilson joins Colleen to discuss Wendy Carlos’ score to the film ‘Clockwork Orange’. Wendy Carlos is what you might call a true genius in the world of twentieth century music. She has always been ahead of her time…expanding boundaries and challenging listeners and herself. Her dramatic score for the legendary Clockwork…
 
Content warning: This episode contains discussions of sensitive topics like depression, sexual abuse, and suicide as explored in the music of The Mountain Goats and Silver Jews. MinnMax Contributor and all-around gentleman Joe Juba brought an album by one of his favorite artists to CrossFade! This episode might be the most we’ve ever delved into ly…
 
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