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All Time Top Ten
Music geeks on a mission.
Category: Music
Location: Los Angeleeez
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April 16, 2018 07:00 AM PDT

Ok, we're going to keep this as classy as humanly possible. We loved music videos, back when they were a thing. For some of a certain age, much of the 80's & 90's were spent glued to the idiot box, drooling over images of scantily-clad people gyrating while the best pop and rock music of the day played somewhere in the background. We'll admit, a lot of what had us hooked back in the day was the forever-burned-into-the-frontal-lobe shots of incredibly gorgeous women like Tawny Kitaen, Bobbie Brown, Alicia Silverstone, Helena Christensen, Betsy Lynne George, Christie Brinkley and so many others that gave us pre-teens and teens our first encounters with the female form in all of it's glory. Matt Dinan and Tony Ross are men of this certain age, as is your humble host. We all agree that these women, who gave us so much to ponder at such a young age, should be celebrated and given their own podcast. Top Ten Video Vamps, or Video Vixens if you prefer, is our loving tribute to these righteous babes that had us enraptured then as well as now.

After you listen to the podcast, you might want to check out ATTT's official youtube playlist, that features every song from this week's episode, presented in order. Click here:

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Matt and Tony are hard at work on a short film coming soon to a screen near you. It's called After The Flesh and you can find out more here:

April 09, 2018 10:58 AM PDT

These days, much like rock n roll itself, the concept of smoking cigarettes is something that lives on the margins - outside of society, if you will. It’s 2018, and at least here in idealistic California, only the heartiest of outlaws will still light up and throw a defiant f-you to the blue noses that view smokers on the same level as pedophiles and drug dealers. They are the last of their kind, still carrying the torch for personal expression and individuality. At least that’s how they’d like to be thought of… Either way, the smoke that comes from a cigarette adds color and intrigue to any story and is sometimes used effectively to paint vivid pictures in the lyrics of some of our favorite songs. The tobacco-laced voice of Mike Dawson is back to help All Time Top Ten give a loving look at the nostalgia and pulp-fictionesque intrigue of songs that are either explicitly about smokin a cig or use cigarettes as a storytelling device. Many genres and eras are represented as we pay tribute to that last refuge of the subversive self-destructive nihilism that surrounds the romantic aura of lighting up.

Mike's got all kinds of cool shit going on. Find out more on his Twitter feed here:

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April 07, 2018 12:42 AM PDT

It's a new month and we here at ATTT are just dying to introduce you to our expansive archives. Throughout the month of April feel free to enjoy this classic episode from back in 2014. Josh and Dan are known goofballs and here's audio proof of that fact.

Everybody knows that first impressions are everything in life. How you enter a room is judged by everyone that notices you and they will rate you on a scale of badasserry. Just how badass do you want to be? All Time Top Ten has the greatest musical accompaniment for every entrance situation. Boarding the Death Star? We got you covered, Darth Bad Ass. Entering the boxing ring? We'll tell you what songs will strike fear in the heart of your opponent. In this highly silly episode, Ben is joined by comedians Dan Ewen and Josh Covitt to help you set the tone for optimum badassness for every entrance scenario you can think of. Much mirth and great music ensue.

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April 02, 2018 01:28 PM PDT

What can you say about the cosmic mastermind guitarist, freaky patron saint of the psychedelic universe, towering giant of magical otherworldly music, godfather of mind-blowing aural landscapes, mountain-felling voodoo child, harbinger of glad musical tidings, genius of rock Jimi Hendrix? Not much that hasn't already been said a million times by puny musical scholars and wannabe rock journalists who scrap and claw at the impenetrable musical wisdom that the man gifted the universe during a scant 4 years in the late 60's and early 70's. The always charming and talented Fuzzbee Morse joins All Time Top Ten to try and make sense of the immortal Jimi Hendrix as we count down the best songs in the canon. We're not even close to worthy.

Fuzzbee's latest album Dreams And Other Living Things contains not 1 but 2 classic Jimi tunes as well as some beautifully rendered originals. Listen here:

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March 25, 2018 09:20 PM PDT

Here's a concept that works: two great songs that happen to have the same title, but are two different songs altogether. Got it? Easy peasy.
Big thanks to the always incorrigible Joe Lavelle for guest hosting this bit of foolishness that is right up there with some of the stupidest aka best work we've done. We couldn't be more proud.

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March 19, 2018 09:47 AM PDT

This past year the world said goodbye to a man who arguably INVENTED rock n roll. Maybe someday Johnny B Goode's name will be in lights, but Chuck Berry's name is already plastered over every history book that has even a passing interest in rock. 200 years from now musicologists will be studying the guitar grooves of "Maybellene", the lyrical wit of "Almost Grown" and the storytelling masterworks of "You Never Can Tell" and "No Particular Place To Go". Rock journalist, author and Pal-of-the-podcast Thad Wawro is back to help count down some amazing cover versions of "The Great Twenty-Eight" and beyond. Featuring some of the all-time legends in rock, country, zydeco, and more; this playlist is proof positive that the best of the best knew that we are in fact "all Chuck's children". Rest in peace Chuck Berry and to the rest of us, let's rock on.

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March 12, 2018 10:26 AM PDT

It's easy to see how some of the great musical talents of our time would feel the need to break away from themselves and try something different. Whether it's a chance to experiment self-indulgently at the expense of their record company, a whimsical opportunity to goof off, or an overpowering need to get something important off of their musical chest; sometimes the best option is a good old fashioned side project. These delightful diversions must be a great release for these semi-tortured souls, because they almost always sound like they were a lot of fun to put together, or at least cathartic. Either way it's good for the musical soul. Speaking of musical souls, one of the best and brightest we here at ATTT know is the mighty Brandon Schott, who helps count down these eccentric musical dalliances from some of our most beloved artists.

Brandon's latest release is the haunting and powerfully understated collection Room 8, just released in December. Hear more at his Bandcamp Page:

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March 05, 2018 08:53 AM PST

The timeline of rock history is as confusing as one of those big cork boards from The Wire. As bands form and dissolve, players intersect and branch out constantly. For our purposes for this week's podcast, we're looking at this movement and especially the word branch. Using rock lineage as a tree reference, the bands we're highlighting today are the trunks of these trees, with band members 'branching' out to success, sometimes getting bigger than the band that they sprouted from. In short, a "reverse supergroup" is a band that started off with a bunch of nobodies, but 2 or more of the band's members went on to great success in subsequent projects. The reverse supergroup is where it all starts. Kirsten Proffit and Manda Mosher of Calico The Band are back to help count down these entry points for some of the biggest names in rock history. Get your historian hat on and listen up.

If you missed Kirsten and Manda's last appearance on the show, we discussed the other end of the spectrum - the classic supergroup. Listen at our archives here:

Listen to Calico The Band's latest album Under Blue Skies and find out when they're performing in your neck of the woods by visiting

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February 26, 2018 10:21 AM PST

If there were ever a pair of animals that deserve to have songs written about them, it's our old pals cats and dogs. If you read your history, you'll know that cats and dogs have been humanity's best and most constant link to the animal world since humanity began. We've forged special bonds with these amazing creatures and they fill our lives with fun, laughter, and tranquility in tough times. We here at ATTT think it's time to return the favor by counting down the best songs about these furry friends that we can find. Pal-Of-The-Podcast Karman Kruschke returns to add some variety to the playlist and join the conversation about how much we love these little dudes and how we as a species are better off for having them around.

Karman knows a thing or two about this week's subject and we have proof. Follow I'm Walkin' Here Petsitting and Dogwalking Service on Facebook for your feline and canine needs in the LA area:

Actors! If you need headshots or any other kind of photography, Karman is the best in town! Click here:

Find her photog stuff on Instagram too:

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February 19, 2018 09:19 AM PST

When you're going on a musical deep dive, certain topics are like onions. The more layers you peel back, the more intriguing the discoveries. Back in 2014, All Time Top Ten bravely took on the task of unearthing some songs that even we didn't know existed - the secret original recordings of songs that you all know and love. These songs were made famous worldwide by some other schmo who brought them to light through a brilliant cover version. 4 years later, Ben is joined by the great Morty Coyle to delve back into the mines of music to find another 20 great examples of this phenomenon. The recordings Ben & Morty unearth and the stories behind them range from fascinating to 'whaaa?'. Tune in to have what's left of your mind blown.

If you like extreme cuteness mixed in with your rock n roll, check out Morty and his daughter Bea on Instagram:

In addition to fronting the FOCKRs every Tuesday night at Canter's Kibitz Room, Morty is a badass DJ that will turn your party out in no time flat. Find out more here:

If you missed Volume 1 of this series, mosey on over to the archive page and check it out, post-haste:

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