This past week, Beatlefan Executive Editor Al Sussman and I gathered together to talk about some of the most iconic albums dotting the popular music landscape. You won’t want to miss our lively discussion and our spinning of some rather rad tunes airing this Wednesday night at 9 pm ET.
This is a particularly timely talk, given the re-release this coming Friday of The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Iconic albums such as Pepper and The Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds are naturally well-known among music fans. Al and I each have picked three others that, in our views, stand out from the crowd.
From 1967 albums by The Young Rascals (Groovin’) and Buffalo Springfield (Again) to Eric Carmen’s Boats Against the Current (1977) and Fountains of Wayne’s Utopia Parkway (1999), Al and I get deep inside some top-flight long-players that define the artists who made them.
Join us this Wednesday night for a great back-and-forth about some of popular music’s top iconic albums. Tune in at 9 pm ET right here on your home for the greatest melodic pop music from the ’60s to today, Pure Pop Radio.