Sure, you love “Up the Junction,” “Black Coffee In Bed,” and “Tempted,” but there are so many other tunes by Difford and Tilbrook to explore from “Wrong Side of the Moon” (1980) to “Patchouli” (2017).
Pete Townshend, David Bowie, and even Edith Piaf have inspired Ron and Russell Mael. If you haven’t sampled their brand of quirky pop yet, here are seven tracks to get you hooked.
Most think that Kurt’s death was the end of “grunge” – but there were some great groups and albums that came up right around that time. The author makes a case for another “end” – and it has to do with another group’s trauma.
Martin Scorsese had the perfect music choices for his mob movie whether the scene was brutal or romantic. And he picked the songs three years before he started filming!
This Grammy-winner has drummed for Fleet Foxes and written for Lady Gaga. Now, under his priestly pseudonym, Josh Tillman is releasing his fourth album (which is serving up some psychedelia).