Revisiting classic and not-so-classic albums

Listen to Riley ramble on about things he has no authority to talk about. There will be guests.

Episode 81


Was Springsteen's debut the birth of a stunning new talent? Is Yoko Ono listenable? How does instrumental prog rock compare to regular prog rock? Also: Little Feat goes New Orleans, Elton John goes mediocre and T. Rex embraces soul. We celebrate Gram Parsons' debut album and wonder why we can't get into Warren Zevon. We learn the album "Baker Street" is from is really terrible. Bootsy Collins goes solo and Pere Ubu takes New Wave to strange new places.


  • 45th Anniversary of Greetings from Astbury Park, NJ by Bruce Springsteen
  • 45th Anniversary of Approximately Infinite Universe by Yoko Ono
  • 45th Anniversary of The Six Wives of Henry VIII by Rick Wakeman
  • 45th Anniversary of Dixie Chicken by Little Feat
  • 45th Anniversary of Don't Shoot Me, I'm Only the Piano Player by Elton John
  • 45th Anniversary of Tanx by T Rex
  • 45th Anniversary of GP
  • 40th Anniversary of Excitable Boy by Warren Zevon
  • 40th Anniversary of City to City by Gerry Rafferty
  • 40th Anniversary of Bootsy? Player of the Year
  • 40th Anniversary of The Modern Dance by Pere Ubu

Host: Riley Haas



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