Episode date - August 6, 2014
1994 was the year that ‘alternative’ music took off with a vengeance.
Bob Dylan: Another Side
Episode date - July 30, 2014
It may seem odd to include a classic Bob Dylan album on any list of the best ‘alternative’ albums, but technically, this record fits the criteria, because the record never reached the B
Jerry Lee Lewis: Live at the Star Club
Episode date - July 2, 2014
Bridges to Babylon
Episode date - July 11, 2014
It didn’t quite work out that way, but all expectations were that this would (finally) be the last studio album recorded by the Rolling Stones.
Episode date - July 16, 2014
I can’t think of any common ground between these three albums other than their release date, and perhaps the significant fact that all three still sound good today, and are considered among e
The Hit-Filled Summer
Episode date - June 18, 2014
If you lived through the summer of ’84, it’s hard to forget what the radio sounded like that year.
Muddy Waters: Folk Singer
Episode date - June 4, 2014
With this show, we are starting a brand new feature for our American Hit Radio series. From time to time, we plan to dedicate the hour-long program to one specific album.
Three More Albums
Episode date - May 21, 2014
While rock music tore itself into tiny little pieces, various bands pursued extraordinarily individualistic goals.
Three ‘Conventional’ Albums
Episode date - May 14, 2014
With all of the diversity that was happening with popular music in 1974, it started to become clear that a distinct differentiation was forming between acts that relied on ‘conventional&rsquo
Episode date - May 7, 2014
Last week, we took a close look at a few ‘progressive albums from April ’74.
This week, we stick to the exact same timeframe, but we change styles.