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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.
Rolling Stoned

Rolling Stoned

Rolling Stoned

The year is 2004. Operation: Rolling Stoned is ongoing following suspicious activities surrounding subjects Ken & “Sketch” during their first year delivering for USPUSS, a nation-wide decoy delivery operation started by the Department of Homeland Security to monitor stoners' ties to terrorism. Though there has been evidence of rituals of the occult with minors, mild cannibalism, and possible tampering with reality the government has so far been unable to uncover any terrorist intel from them ...
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 ...
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 ...
Chasing Rolling Stones

Chasing Rolling Stones

Chasing Rolling Stones

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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Legendary songwriter Mike Stoller joins host Brian Hiatt to explain how he and Jerry Leiber wrote "Hound Dog" for Big Mama Thornton – and what happened next. He also shares tales of his time with Elvis Presley and much more. Plus David Fear on the new "Elvis" movie, and Rolling Stone News correspondent Delissa Shannon's interview with Yola about pl…
I heard a chap on the radio saying that nothing works properly in Britain. The railway doesn't work properly, airports don't work properly... Join me for a look at how things are now and how they were back in the old days.Ray’s Rants UK
Hi, I hope you're keeping well. This Sunday, I'll be ranting about things not working in Britain. The railways don't work properly, airports are a nightmare, there are massive waiting lists for hospital treatment... nothing works properly! Join me for a good old rant!Ray’s Rants UK
We are all suffering from price rises. House prices are going through the roof, people can't afford the deposit for a mortgage. In this episode, I look back at the 1970s and also recall a story of a friend who bought a house and... I hope you enjoy this episode.Ray’s Rants UK
Drake and Beyoncé's house-influenced new releases want to make you dance; Jeff Ihaza and Mankaprr Conteh join host Brian Hiatt to discuss. Plus: Rob Sheffield on Paul McCartney at 80 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit Stone | Cumulus Podcast Network
Hi, I hope you're well. I'm not sure what next Sunday's episode will be about. Got any suggestions? Email me. raysrants@protonmail.comRay’s Rants UK
Communication back in the 1950s and 60s. Many people didn't have a telephone or a television. How did they communicate? Join me for a look back at the red telephone box and other forms of communication.Ray’s Rants UK
We explore how "Stranger Things" revived Kate Bush's "Running Up That Hill," with Rob Sheffield joining host Brian Hiatt – and go inside the reporting of Megan Thee Stallion's new Rolling Stone cover story and preview her new album with Mankaprr Conteh Learn more about your ad choices. Visit…
Como es nuestra costumbre cada vez que se edita un nuevo album oficial, lo escuchamos y disfrutamos en el programa... a nuestra manera.. Hace 5 dias se edito oficialmente el disco "Licked Live in NY", que contiene integro el show en el Madison Square Gardel del 18 de enero de 2003. Escuchamos, analizamos, debatimos y presentamos acompañado de GRAND…
Summer has finally arrived in Britain! Temps might reach 34 this Friday. Apart from the weather, thanks for all your emails regarding lats Sunday's episode. This coming Sunday, I want to talk about communication back in the 50s and 60s. Red phone boxes, newspapers, radio new bulletins... Please join me!…
What were politics like back in the old days. No House of Commons cameras live on TV, no 24 hour news channels, no social media... How did people know what was going on in parliament? Join me for a look at politics!Ray’s Rants UK
En este programa repasamos la relación con los Beatles, a través de historias y canciones, en la previa del show de los Rolling Stones en Liverpool Ademas nos damos un gustazo, charlamos con Luis Mayol, bajista de la Vargas Blues Band, quien el 1 de junio estuvo teloneando a los Rolling Stones en Madrid.…
From his relationship with Chrissie Hynde to the truth about Sid Vicious, Steve Jones tells all about his time in the Sex Pistols Learn more about your ad choices. Visit Stone | Cumulus Podcast Network
Hello, I hope you're keeping well. Politics... No, no don't run away! I'm not going to bore you. Are you fed up with hearing about politics all the time? Have you had enough of partygate, beergate, currygate, brexit... This Sunday, I'll be chatting about your thoughts on politics. Email me...…
What were tradesmen like back in the 50s and 60s? Were there cowboys around back then? Were people out for a quick buck? In this episode, I look back at having work done then and compare it to these days.Ray’s Rants UK
We go inside the reporting of Rolling Stone's new cover stories on the world's biggest girl group, with reporter Haeryun Kang joining host Brian Hiatt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit Stone | Cumulus Podcast Network
Los Rolling Stones en Madrid. Estuvieron dando su show de inicio de la Gira Sixty En este episodio lo revivimos, con testimonios de amigos que estuvieron presentes en el Wanda Metropolitano! Escuchamos varias canciones del concierto! incluida la perla Out of time, tocada por primera vez en la historia Gracias a Cada uno de ellos: Guillermo Rico Mar…
Hi, I hope you're well. This coming Sunday I'll be talking about tradesman in the 50s and 60s. How well did they do their job back then compared to today's tradesman? Email me with your experiences of work you've had done. raysrants@protonmail.comRay’s Rants UK
In the latest episode of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums, Yusuf reflects on his masterpiece "Tea for the Tillerman," and discusses his decision to re-record it last year. His guitarist Alun Davies and longtime producer Paul Samwell-Smith also appear on the podcast. Later in the episode, Rolling Stone staff writer Angie Martoccio and deputy musi…
Are you having a street party for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee? Have you been to a street party in the past? Join me in this episode for a look at street parties over the decades.Ray’s Rants UK
We go track by track through Harry Styles' new album, "Harry's House," with Brittany Spanos and Rob Sheffield joining host Brian Hiatt for the discussion Learn more about your ad choices. Visit Stone | Cumulus Podcast Network
En este episodio escucharemos canciones grabadas en cada una de las ciudades que visitaran los Rolling Stones en su Tour por el 60 aniversario. Grabaciones en vivo, de todas las décadas... porque son 60 años... de los 60, 70, 80, 90, 00 y 10...
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.comRay’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.Ray’s Rants UK
Kendrick Lamar is tearing apart his own image – and everyone's confused. Marcus J. Moore, author of the definitive biography The Butterfly Effect, joins host Brian Hiatt to break down the long-awaited Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit Stone | Cumulus Podcast Network
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.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!Ray’s Rants UK
Writer Ben-Fong Torres, star of the new Netflix documentary 'Like A Rolling Stone: The Life and Times of Ben-Fong Torres,' looks back at his groundbreaking Rolling Stone work – including interviews with Ray Charles, Jim Morrison, Bob Dylan, and George Harrison – in conversation with host Brian Hiatt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastch…
Amigos hoy volvemos a abrir el bar, para escuchar desde cerquita a los Rolling Stones Las canciones seleccionadas pertenecen al proximo lanzamiento "Live El Mocambo 1977". Gracias Roger Riffin desde Mexico por compartirnos este material
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!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.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.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…
Flags Pubs Divorce 1950s 1960s vegetable plots and more! Join me for a look back at the old days!Ray’s Rants UK
As the Notorious B.I.G.'s 50th birthday approaches, we look back at his life and music, with Justin Tinsley, author of the revelatory new book It Was All a Dream: Biggie and the World That Made Him joining host Brian Hiatt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit Stone | Cumulus Podcast Network
Hippies, mods and rockers. Several people have asked which label I was under back in the 1960s. I'll tell you in this week's Midweek Message!Ray’s Rants UK
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