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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 ...
 
Ray’s Rants looking back to the 1960s 1970s and 1950s in the UK Great Britain. The British music scene, Jimi Hendrix and The Rolling Stones. The pubs and clubs, Watney’s Red Barrel beer, Babycham, Cherry B the night life. The cars, the workplace, television and pirate radio. Kids and schools back in the early days. 60s fashion and clothes, flairs and miniskirts. London, Caroline, Luxembourg.
 
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 ...
 
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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The Queen's Jubilee is coming up and we're having a street party. Have you recollections of past street parties? It would be great to hear from you. raysrants@protonmail.comAutor: Ray’s Rants UK
 
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…
 
How things have changed since the 1960s and 70s! Some things have changed for the better... although not many! And some for the worst. Join me for a look at how things were and how they are now.Autor: Ray’s Rants UK
 
I'm back from a great holiday on the Isle of Wight. In this week's message, I talk about the way we talk... have a listen! I'd be interested to hear your thoughts.Autor: Ray’s Rants UK
 
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 this episode, I tell the story of Love, marriage, secrecy and a house left to a friend of mine. Oh! What a tangled web we weave!Autor: Ray’s Rants UK
 
Hi and welcome to another Midweek Message. I hope you're keeping well. I'll be on holiday in the Isle of Wight when you listen to this. I hope the sun will be shining!Autor: Ray’s Rants UK
 
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 …
 
What did we have in the 1970s that we don't have today? We had decency, manners, politeness, pride, courtesy... Do we still have these things? Join me for another chat about the good old days.Autor: Ray’s Rants UK
 
Hello and welcome to another midweek message. Join me for a few minutes chat about the stress youngsters endure at school, common sense, decency, respect... and whatever else springs to mind.Autor: Ray’s Rants UK
 
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…
 
Worthing - my home town. In this episode, I ramble on about Worthing, in West Sussex. I've lived here since I was five-years-old so I've seen some changes in my time. Join me, if you will.Autor: Ray’s Rants UK
 
Hello and welcome to another Midweek Message. The weather is improving as we head toward summer here in Britain. I've already been to a BBQ but, as I was driving, I had alcohol-free beer. Argh! Disgusting!Autor: Ray’s Rants UK
 
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…
 
In this episode, I recall the time many decades ago when I was a member of a village watch group. Locals called us the vigilantes. Not really a fair name as we were far from violent. They were great times and I had some fun as the group's security man. Join me for a look back at those happy days.Autor: Ray’s Rants UK
 
Who remembers the episodes about village life? Tales Of A Parish Councillor and Village Life Behind The Facade. Due to popular demand, I'm returning to the village theme this coming Sunday with... Village Vigilantes. I was a member of the local village watch group and I have some interesting recollections.…
 
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…
 
Britain in the 50s and 60s. Schools, television, clothes, work, housework, cars... In this episode, I look back generally over the 50s and 60s. What was the food like? What was on TV? Were you a housewife? I've also included a story about... wait and see!Autor: Ray’s Rants UK
 
Hello, I hope you're well. This Sunday, I'm going to chat about the 50s and 60s. Nothing in particular, just a ramble about the old days and how things were back then. Please, do join me.Autor: Ray’s Rants UK
 
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…
 
Hoy en #DiscoXDisco O'Connor presenta un álbum muy importante para los fans argentinos... Mítico y glorioso... El "Through the past, darkly".. más conocido como el PENTAGONO, marco a muchos argentinos que allá, a principios de la década del 70 comenzaban a escuchar a los chicos malos.... Hoy tenemos el agrado de que Claudio O'connor (#Hermética, #M…
 
Hoy en #DiscoXDisco escucharemos #BeggarsBanquet presentado por Fer Pita. Un emblema de nuestro rock elije su disco preferido de los Rolling Stones y lo presenta. A las 22hs (Arg) escucha una nueva emisión de este ciclo, que cada viernes nos acerca un álbum de sus majestades. Semana a semana, recorremos el camino al 60 aniversario haciendo sonar to…
 
En esta emisión, el agitador cultural Jorge Sanchez (Club alternativo) presenta el album "Flowers", editado en 1967 para el publico americano... En pleno verano del amor aparece esta maravillosa compilacion de singles y canciones ineditas hermoso... En la radio que solamente transmite tú pasión, todas las semana escuchamos un disco completo, uno x …
 
En este cuarto programa de 2022 continuamos esta travesía rumbo a los 60 años... Recordamos que pasó en la historia de la banda un 30 de marzo de diferentes años. Jugamos con la consigna sobre a que artista te gustaría que suba al escenario en la próxima gira y escuchamos a los Rolling Stones con invitados. Luego nos metemos con grabaciones de 1969…
 
As well as my usual banging on, I have another story for you. It was back in the 1970s when I suspected a friend of mine was being cheated on by his girlfriend. A group of us tried to enlighten him but he wouldn't listen. I then discovered the incredible truth!Autor: Ray’s Rants UK
 
What a lovely morning, waking up to bird song! Why don't birds sing in the winter? Perhaps they do. Are you looking after yourself and keeping well? I have a cold, again, but the birds cheer me up.Autor: Ray’s Rants UK
 
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…
 
I have a story for you. A chap I knew told me to keep away from his sister, He told me not to ask her out... he was a strange of guy. Did I stay away from the girl? Did I ask her out?Autor: Ray’s Rants UK
 
En este episodio tenemos una consigna para nuestros oyentes: ¿Qué canción te gustaría que toquen en el próximo Tour? DEJANOS TU COMENTARIO Comenzamos como siempre hablando de que sucedió un dia como hoy.. En la sección de hoy: Brian Jones multiinstrumentista... porque el tipo tocó de todo, y aca analizamos todo eso que tocó... Los Rolling Stones ha…
 
Hello and welcome to yet another Midweek Message. I hope you're keeping well. Thanks for your emails and suggestions. There's another story coming this Sunday so keep an eye out for that.Autor: Ray’s Rants UK
 
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 this episode, I talk about the time I helped a girl who was being stalked by an ex-lover. But, before the story begins, I have a little chat about other things.Autor: Ray’s Rants UK
 
Si estas leyendo esto decinos en los comentarios ¿Que deseo pedirias en este 60 anviersario? Mientras lo pensas te contamos que en este episodio explicamos por qué es tan mítico el Show en El mocambo 77'. Ademas escuchamos varias perlitas de Ron Wood solista. En un dia como hoy, escuchamos a Brian con los musicos de Jajouka... y mas stones...…
 
Hi, I hope you're keeping well. Meeting people, boys, girls, relationships... How did you meet your partner? Was it under strange circumstances? How did you first bump into each other? Email me with your stories. raysrants@protonmail.comAutor: Ray’s Rants UK
 
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…
 
I want to tell you a story. The Girl From France is a sad tale with a happy ending. I hope you enjoy it, along with my other rants during this episode.Autor: Ray’s Rants UK
 
Volvimos!! amigas y amigos... Con un monton de novedades para el programa... Hoy tenemos una consigna que nos gustaria que contestes en los comentarios ¿COMO EMPEZASTE A ESCUCHAR A LOS ROLLING STONES? Damos inicio a la SEXTA TEMPORADA de Es solo Rolling Stones. Nuevas Secciones con la misma pasion de siempre Lados B, historias raras, blues, de todo…
 
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…
 
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