Posts Tagged 'Pop'

Album of the Month: Michael Jackson ‘Off the Wall’

Off The Wall wasn’t Michael’s first solo album, but it was the opportunity to start from scratch–to put the Motown years and childhood star behind and become arguably the greatest performer in history.

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Album of the Month: Stevie Wonder ‘Songs in the Key Life’

We celebrate the 40th anniversary of the album that was not only the pinnacle of Stevie Wonder’s career, but also one of the greatest albums of all time.

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Classic Album Sundays & Sony Music present THE THE ‘Soul Mining’ with Matt Johnson

CAS London is thrilled to allow THE THE fans to experience ‘Soul Mining’ in a way they never have before complete with an interview and Q&A from the artist himself.

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Classic Album Sundays Radio Documentary on The Making of Elton John’s ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’

Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy explores the stories behind the Elton John’s consummate pop masterpiece featuring interviews with Elton, Bernie Taupin, Ed Sheeran & more.

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CAS Portland presents The Beatles ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’

Our New England HQ celebrates the album that forever changed pop music.

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Classic Album Sundays presents Roxy Music ‘Avalon’

CAS London and New York City present the sexy sounds of Roxy Music’s last studio album.

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Classic Album Sundays presents Cocteau Twins “Blue Bell Knoll”

CAS London & NYC celebrate the 25th anniversary of the record that the Cocteau Twins claimed was their first real album.

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Album of the Month: Cocteau Twins ‘Blue Bell Knoll’

“We’ve got nothing at all to say, just to listen to the music, that is what’s important.” – Robin Guthrie

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Album of the Month: Air ‘Moon Safari’

French duo AIR’s debut album “Moon Safari” is one of the most classic French pop records of all time and one of the sexiest.

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CAS Jazz Classical & World presents Paul Simon “Graceland”

We celebrate the album that introduced South African music into Western pop on 23 June.

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