The 500 with Josh Adam Meyers counts down Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time with comedians, actors, and musicians.
Randy Newman - Good Old Boys - Jordan Temple
Comedian and writer Jordan Temple shows singular appreciation for satirical singer-songwriter Randy Newman's 1974 semi-concept album Good Old Boys.
LCD Soundsystem - Sound of Silver - Wil Anderson
Comedian Wil Anderson surrenders to the irresistibly dancy sadness of LCD Soundsystem's 2007 sophomore electronica effort Sound of Silver.
Roxy Music - For Your Pleasure - John Taylor
Duran Duran bassist John Taylor pays all due respect to his new wave predecessors Roxy Music’s 1973 sophomore album For Your Pleasure
397 - Massive Attack - Blue Lines - Margaret Cho
Comedian Margaret Cho flashes back to heady, drug-fueled days and sex-filled nights grooving along to trailblazing trip-hop artists Massive Attack’s 1991 debut album Blue Lines.
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398 - ZZ Top - Eliminator - Billy Gibbons
ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons breaks down exactly how his world famous blues rock band reinvented themselves with their 1983 album Eliminator.
Tom Waits - Rain Dogs - Taylor Goldsmith
Dawes frontman Taylor Goldsmith revels in the beauty and the mania of experimental musician Tom Waits’ flawless 1985 album Rain Dogs.
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This podcast will get you into music you never thought you’d listen to (ie Cindy Lauper for me). Josh’s dedication to both fleece and the music definitely shows, as he gets really deep into the tracks and background of the records. I swear I listen to and appreciate music in a different way now.
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I love this podcast. Even music I’m not super interested in is shed in a new light for me and I learn to really appreciate everything JAM talks about. Partly because of the interesting tidbits we learn, but mostly because of the enthusiasm that Josh and whoever his guest of the week are about the album they’re talking about.
Can’t recommend this podcast enough to anyone even remotely interested in music and the story behind an album.
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