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Seit mehr als vier Dekaden behaupten die Rolling Stones mühelos ihren Status als "World's Greatest Rock'n'Roll Band"Mit einer seit 2005 laufenden Gastspielreise rund um den Globus namens "A Bigger Bang" bewegen sich die Stones abermals auf hohem Niveau, dargeboten auf einer eigens von Broadway-Designer Marc Fisher konzipierten High-Tech-Bühne. Mit dieser Extravaganza, die sogar einen Teil der Zuschauer in die Bühnenbauten integriert, legen die Rhythm'n'Blues-Pioniere die Meßlatte noch einmal ...
 
The stories behind some of the most essential albums of all time, told by the artists who made them and Rolling Stone’s writers and editors. Each episode focuses on one album from the brand-new, updated version of Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums list, featuring fresh conversations with the people who made the music, classic interview audio and expert commentary. Episodes include the late Tom Petty on his solo classic Wildflowers, Taylor Swift talking about her career-changing 2012 album ...
 
In 2003, Rolling Stone Magazine published a list of the top 500 albums of all time, voted on by 273 rock musicians, critics, and industry figures. From the moment I opened those glossy pages to discover who made the final cut, I have been determined to listen to each and every one of the masterpieces put forth by some of the greatest musicians in history. It has been nearly 15 years, and yet I have not even come close to this goal. This podcast and blog is a challenge to myself to not only l ...
 
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Entrevistamos a Tony Vardé, autor del libro "Grabando emociones. La revolución del sello Stax", el primer libro en español en contar la historia de este mítico sello de Soul. En una charla de mas de dos horas indagamos en las relaciones y las influencias entre Stones y el sello... Si queres adquirir el libro, aca te dejamos un link de compra a prec…
 
Los Rolling Stones tienen muchas influencias, sus canciones se nutren de distintos estilos. Por lo general solemos mencionar como mayores influencias a tipos como Chuck Berry o Muddy Waters, pero solemos dejar de lado otras que tambien fueron completamente fundamentales. Por eso, en este episodio vamos a reivindicar un sello discográfico que fue de…
 
En esta emisión vamos a hacer un experimento raro. Vamos a escuchar canciones inéditas de los Rolling Stones hechas por los Stones como solistas... ¿Cómo es eso?--- Sencillo... Cada Stone tiene su trayectoria como solista, y en ella interpretan temas del repertorio de la banda. Hemos escuchado a Ronnie hacer Black limousine, a Jagger hacer Miss you…
 
Hoy 3 de agosto de 2022 fue el final de la gira Sixty Tour de los Rolling Stones. 14 shows en distintos paises de Europa fueron la excusa para celebrar los 60 años de la banda mas hermosa del planeta En este especial escuchamos al menos un tema de cada concierto de la gira, asi como la voz de distintos fans que estuvieron presentes... Y por supuest…
 
Mick cumplió 79 años, por eso en este programa lo festejamos con un programa especial dedicado al numero 1 del escenario. Estructuramos el programa en varios segmentos. Temas rockeros, baladas, radiales, flashadas, perlas, con los stones, blues, de los stones solista... y mas... Un especial que te va a gustar.…
 
El dia del amigo en Argentina lo festejamos recordando a dos grandes amigos de los Rolling Stones. Chuck Magee fue un historico asistente que durante muchisimos años compartio giras y discos. El murió un 18 de julio de 2002. y a 20 años lo recordamos. Tambien fue el turno de homenajear al miembro fundador, el maestro Ian Stewart.…
 
12 de Julio de 2022, y los Rolling Stones festejan sus 60 años de trayectoria Un emocionante homenaje con la palabra de los fans de todas partes! Conducen: Franco Fernandez y Javier Simone Participan: Cesar Bersais y Pablo Lopez Clasicos, perlas, en vivo y todo el mundo y fanatismo stone en una emision HISTORICA…
 
Como es nuestra costumbre cada vez que se edita un nuevo album oficial, lo escuchamos y disfrutamos en el programa... a nuestra manera.. Hace 5 dias se edito oficialmente el disco "Licked Live in NY", que contiene integro el show en el Madison Square Gardel del 18 de enero de 2003. Escuchamos, analizamos, debatimos y presentamos acompañado de GRAND…
 
En este programa repasamos la relación con los Beatles, a través de historias y canciones, en la previa del show de los Rolling Stones en Liverpool Ademas nos damos un gustazo, charlamos con Luis Mayol, bajista de la Vargas Blues Band, quien el 1 de junio estuvo teloneando a los Rolling Stones en Madrid.…
 
Los Rolling Stones en Madrid. Estuvieron dando su show de inicio de la Gira Sixty En este episodio lo revivimos, con testimonios de amigos que estuvieron presentes en el Wanda Metropolitano! Escuchamos varias canciones del concierto! incluida la perla Out of time, tocada por primera vez en la historia Gracias a Cada uno de ellos: Guillermo Rico Mar…
 
In the latest episode of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums, Yusuf reflects on his masterpiece "Tea for the Tillerman," and discusses his decision to re-record it last year. His guitarist Alun Davies and longtime producer Paul Samwell-Smith also appear on the podcast. Later in the episode, Rolling Stone staff writer Angie Martoccio and deputy musi…
 
In the Nineties, much of the conversation about hip-hop was dominated by the feud between the East and West Coasts. The South was putting out tons of incredible rap records too, but almost nobody was paying any attention to Portsmouth, Virginia. With 1997's "Supa Dupa Fly", Missy Elliott and Tim "Timbaland" Mosley changed that, and gave the world a…
 
In this special holiday episode of Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums, our new podcast on Amazon Music, we delve into 1963's "A Christmas Gift for You From Phil Spector", an album that changed the way we look at holiday music. In 2019, Rolling Stone named it the best Christmas album of all time. A labor of love that pulled together all the top gir…
 
In the newest episode of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums, we dive into Lucinda Williams' 1998 masterpiece "Car Wheels on a Gravel Road," an album that helped define modern roots music and got Williams' long-overdue recognition as one of America's greatest songwriters. The album took six years, three producers, and some label drama to make, but …
 
In the first episode of Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums, we tackle one of hip-hop’s most important albums: Public Enemy’s 1988 political-rap masterpiece "It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back", which landed at Number 15 on the magazine’s all-new 500 Greatest Albums list. In this episode, Public Enemy frontman Chuck D and producer Hank S…
 
In 2013, Kanye West released Yeezus, his sixth studio album. It sounded like nothing the rapper had ever produced. Fans recoiled at the album’s experimental sound. Critics began to wonder if Ye, who seemed to be at the height of his career, might finally be losing his touch. But, then, something strange happened. Over time, the world Kanye construc…
 
At the beginning of 1975, Gerald Ford was president, the United States and Soviet Union were approaching a détente in the space race, and a barber-turned-singer with a wild imagination named George Clinton was redefining the possibilities of funk music with his bands, Parliament and Funkadelic. That year, their iconic album Mothership Connection pl…
 
In 1975, David Bowie moved to Los Angeles and reinvented himself. As rock's greatest chameleon, he had already achieved success as Ziggy Stardust. But this new character would be his darkest yet: the gaunt, theatrical, slick-haired Thin White Duke. And as the Duke, he created the art-rock odyssey Station to Station. It was a record made on no sleep…
 
Back in 1993, a young songwriter named Liz Phair came out of nowhere to drop one of the Nineties’ defining albums: Exile in Guyville. Phair came from the Chicago indie rock scene, but she had a new story to tell: the secret life of an ordinary twentysomething woman, grappling with love and sex and insecurity. The album didn’t get any mainstream air…
 
With more than 80 million records sold worldwide, Shakira is the best-selling female Latin artist ever. But within her decades-long career, there’s one album that set her up for massive fame and in many ways, predicted it all: 1998’s Donde Estan Los Ladrones?. In this episode, producers and collaborators behind the album open up about working with …
 
In 1989, a teenage Rivers Cuomo moved from suburban Connecticut to Los Angeles to become a superstar hair-metal guitarist – and instead ended up the frontman of Weezer, one of the key bands of the Nineties alt-rock revolution. Cuomo and his bandmates tell the story of the unlikely birth of Weezer, and the making of a classic debut album that's stil…
 
Dolly Parton takes us inside Coat of Many Colors, the 1971 album where she came into her own as a solo artist, as a songwriter, and as a storyteller. Over the album’s 10 tracks — seven of them written solely by Dolly — she explored topics like poverty, class, spirituality, nature, female empowerment, and sexuality. The album marked Dolly’s first si…
 
Alice Coltrane spent the mid-Sixties in personal and musical bliss, starting a family with John Coltrane and touring the world as the pianist in his band. Then John died suddenly of liver cancer in 1967. Newly widowed at the age of 29 with four children to care for, she plunged into a lengthy period of despair. Sensing her pain, an old friend intro…
 
In the mid-2000s, few people were more famous than Britney Spears. But as she began to stumble in her personal life, the price of the public’s fascination was more than just a few nasty late-night jokes. Paparazzi swarmed Spears’ home and her family, turning the singer into a tabloid punching bag. But when you’re a platinum-selling pop princess, th…
 
Let It Be is known as the Beatles’ breakup record: the one where squabbles among John, Paul, George and Ringo began to overtake the music, resulting in their darkest, most divisive set of songs. In our season 2 premiere, Paul and Ringo join best-selling author and Rolling Stone writer Rob Sheffield to take us step-by-step through the making of the …
 
The stories behind some of the most essential albums of all time, told by the artists who made them. Each episode focuses on one album from Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums list and features fresh conversations with the people behind the music, as well as classic interview audio and expert commentary from Rolling Stone’s writers and editors. Sea…
 
What's Going On was R&B's first concept album, a suite of seamlessly connected songs tackling everything from police brutality to heroin addiction, inner-city poverty, and the dire state of the environment. When Marvin Gaye first proposed the project, inspired by a song brought to him by Four Tops member Obie Benson, Gordy told him it was career su…
 
In early 1966, the Beach Boys arrived at Los Angeles’ Western Studios to hear what Brian Wilson had been up to. The touring version of the band – Mike Love, Bruce Johnston, Al Jardine and Dennis Wilson – had been on the road in Japan, singing surf hits like “Fun, Fun Fun” and “I Get Around.” Wilson, after suffering a mental breakdown on a plane the…
 
In the mid-2000s, Daddy Yankee was a married father of three living in the Villa Kennedy public housing projects in San Juan, Puerto Rico. But he was about to change the world with an album that did perhaps more than any other to turn reggaeton - an underground urban movement out of Puerto Rico, drawing on influences like Jamaican dancehall, Panama…
 
After rocketing to worldwide fame in the early Nineties as an actress and a member of the Fugees, Lauryn Hill took a big risk with her solo debut, 1998's "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill". It made her an even bigger star at age 23, sold millions of copies, and won her five Grammy Awards, which is the most any woman before her had taken home in a si…
 
In this special episode of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums, we tackle one of the best and most important albums of the past decade: 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 …
 
In this episode of Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest albums, we go inside the emotional story of Tom Petty’s "Wildflowers", a 1994 solo album that the singer, along with many fans, felt was the best work of his entire career. For a variety of reasons, Petty never could stop thinking about "Wildflowers"; in fact, it was on his mind right before he died. …
 
Get ready to explore Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums, a new podcast from Amazon Music. Originally released in 2003, the 500 Greatest Albums list is Rolling Stone’s most read and most argued-over article of all time. This year, the magazine completely remade it, with help from voters such as Beyonce, Taylor Swift, U2, and more. In each episode, …
 
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