In honor of its 30th anniversary, BBP!’s Tim Murr looks back at the personal impact Lou Reed’s New York album had on him.
With credit due to Joni Mitchell for the lyric “captive on a carousel of time” from “The Circle Game,” the title of this episode refers to two topics that come up in conversation
It’s that time of year when podcasts give way to my Halloween playlist. Who am I kidding? I listen to it throughout the year. As of this writing, my list … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror 2017: My Halloween Playlist
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There’s this word that gets used a lot – seminal. Some can make a case for it being overused, and they’d probably be right. But in the case of some … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop’s Holiday Gift Guide 2014: WIN The Velvet Underground (1969) Deluxe Edition
I cried when I met Lou Reed. I didn’t weep. I just had tears in my eyes. It was February 1996. We waited for him after his show at Massey … Continue reading Thank You, Lou Reed.
When it comes to songwriters, they don’t get better than Lou Reed. The King of New York. The Godfather of Punk. Now, I’m sure there’s a fair number of folks … Continue reading March Madness – Happy 70th Birthday, Lou Reed
All this week, Biff Bam Pop’s various writers will drop by with their thoughts on the best of the year when it comes to tv, music, movies, comics and more. … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop’s Best of 2011 – Prog Rock, Hair Metal, Folk and More Make For An Eclectic Year