Wu-Tang Clan’s Raekwon was among the hundreds of artists, writers, and industry insiders who took part in the vote that determined Rolling Stone’s all-new 500 Greatest Albums of All Time list. Here, the rapper discusses the top 10 albums on his ballot, and how they informed his life and music — featuring classic LPs from his fellow Wu-Tang warriors, the Notorious B.I.G., Keith Sweat, Mary J. Blige, and more.
Rob Halford, the legendary frontman for Judas Priest, gave Rolling Stone a breakdown of his favorite albums ever, pulling from his submission to Rolling Stone’s recently updated 500 Greatest Albums of All time list.
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In the the second episode of our new podcast, Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums, we tackle Taylor Swift’s 2012 pop masterpiece "Red". Swift joins host Brittany Spanos to discuss why this is her "one true break-up album" and how she was becoming aware of her own mortality just as she was about to release her fourth album. At 22, Swift was already America’s favorite country singer. With "Red", she grew up with a bona fide classic that touched on pop, dubstep, arena-rock and more, and set up the rest of her career (very much including this year’s "Folklore"). Later in the episode, Rolling Stone staffers Claire Shaffer, Rob Sheffield and Brian Hiatt join Spanos to discuss the album’s legacy.
Prince’s creativity is more impressive than ever on a new version of his highly praised 1987 album — now with three discs of previously unreleased material.
On the latest episode of the big show, Rolling Stone Magazine released an updated list of the 500 Top Albums of All-Time and this third version of the list featured plenty of controversial choices. We focus on the R&B, jazz and hip hop. We’ve invited several music professionals to discuss the list and over the course of the next hour, we’ll discuss the list, which picks are too high, too low, or not included. Veteran radio programmers Maxx Myrick, Dave Dickinson and, Julian Lytle will be our special guests, all on Episode 419 of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.
Rock legend Eddie Van Halen didn’t set out to change the way the guitar was played. But, as he explained to a standing-room-only crowd at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, music shaped his life—and his life shaped his music—in unexpected ways from his very first performances.
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Legends Adam Horovitz, Mike Diamond, and Spike Jonze take over our interview to talk about soup dumplings, moving their new documentary "Beastie Boys Story" from IMAX to Apple TV+, the psychology behind Desus’s shoe collection and Mero’s clutter, Taco Bell cereal, Biz Markie’s sweet tooth, plus, the return of the guest rainbow.
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DESUS & MERO, the Bronx’s very own, reconnected online in the early days of Twitter, where they unleashed their potent personalities and found themselves kindred spirits.. That led to stints on Complex and MTV, the Bodega Boys podcast, and a daily late-night show on Viceland, developing a feverish following. The quick-witted duo brings a distinct voice to late night, delivering smart and comedic commentary on any and all topics, that keeps audiences…
The Ducks Director of Player Development & ex-NHL forward Todd Marchant converses about his skating ability, his Game 7 OT winner vs. the Stars in 1997, being an elite penalty killer, limiting the Senators’ offence in the 2007 Stanley Cup Final with Anaheim, playing for Craig MacTavish in Edmonton, his hands not being able to keep up with his feet, working with players to slow down there game, if there’s a prospect he’s particularly excited to see in the NHL, and having Randy Carlyle behind the bench.
Pete Paphides tells the story behind Dog Man Star by Suede.
Erik Leijon, freelance music journalist and critic talks about the best Montreal records of the decade.
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