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Presenting All Time Top Ten. Each week a new topic, a new guest, a new top ten list. Top Ten Songs About The Future? Nailed it....

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December 18, 2017 10:39 AM PST

Death, taxes, lists. There are some things that are inevitable but necessary to keep this big blue marble spinning around. As the baby boomers age, many musical heroes from that generation are departing this world, and some of those heroes are the architects of rock n roll as we know it. But death comes to all of us, and this was a heavy year for rock, pop, jazz, funk, soul, and hip-hop luminaries of all ages that took their final curtain calls in 2017.

Singer/songwriter/producer Paul Larson returns to GoodList Studios to help celebrate the lives of 20 legends in music that we lost this year, and ATTT is proud to play 20 of their best songs - songs that will stay with us forever.

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December 11, 2017 10:11 AM PST

It's December and we're nearing the end of another fab season of All Time Top Ten. Of course we would be remiss if we neglected to invite the affable Dustin Prince back to do another Cover Songs episode, seeing as how we value tradition around here. Dustin returns for Volume 6 of the recordings that either reinvent, reimagine or completely destroy the original versions of the songs you either know and love or didn't know existed. Viva cover songs!

Listen to Cover Songs Volumes 1-5 at the archives at Mixcloud.com:

Vol. 1: https://www.mixcloud.com/beneisen/all-time-top-ten-episode-43-top-ten-cover-songs-volume-1-wdustin-prince/

Vol. 2: https://www.mixcloud.com/beneisen/all-time-top-ten-episode-78-top-ten-cover-songs-volume-2-wdustin-prince/

Vol. 3: https://www.mixcloud.com/beneisen/episode-138-top-ten-cover-songs-volume-3-wdustin-prince/

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December 03, 2017 10:00 PM PST

The initial goal of the musical project founded by Jeff Lynne and Roy Wood called the Electric Light Orchestra was to take the psychedelic pop framework that The Beatles created with songs like “I Am The Walrus”, and expand on that sound to create compact pop rock symphonies. Thanks to the sheer songwriting brilliance and sonic perfection of Jeff Lynne, ELO became bigger and grander than anyone could have anticipated. With the release of one classic album after another, they became one of the most revered bands of the 70’s and 80’s. New fans are being created all the time, and All Time Top Ten welcomes Pal-of-the-Podcast Jeff Axelrod and his friend Jan Berkeley, appearing on the show as rabid ELO superfans, and they count down the greatest Electric Light Orchestra songs you know and love and some deeper cuts that you will soon know and love.

Follow Jeff on his adventure in China here:

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November 27, 2017 08:27 AM PST

The music of 1984 was the culmination of musical forces coming together slowly over time. Rock, new wave and disco had been in their own universes, perfecting their respective styles. MTV was beginning to become the powerhouse arbiter of popular culture - influencing everything from fashion to catch phrases and attitudes, and especially music. In 1984, which famed curmudgeon and music critic Robert Christgau called the greatest year for pop music in 20 years, megastars became megastars for the first time. Prince, Van Halen, Madonna, Bruce - all sold more records in that year than they ever had and music was the inescapable dominant force in pop culture. Ben welcomes Pal-Of-The-Pod Gabe Scalone back to try and make sense of this incredible year where music wasn't something disposable that you barely cared about, it was everything.

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November 20, 2017 09:20 AM PST

Full disclosure, we taped this episode of All Time Top Ten more than 3 weeks ago. We were thinking at the time that we'd hit on some sort of cultural touchstone moment. We were hopeful that by the time this podcast came out some of the issues dominating the headlines at the time - disturbing stories of sexual assault and men in power abusing that power - would have resolved themselves in some way. In many ways we were hoping this podcast would have seemed a bit dated by now. Not so much. American culture is at a weird crossroads at the moment and the question is simple - do we want to progress as a society or go backwards? Nobody knows where this thing is headed but we can tell you with confidence that the All Time Top Ten podcast and this week's esteemed guests Vanessa Narad Axelsen and Candi Bartlett are firmly all in on the side of progress. Now is the time for the greatest feminist anthems of all time to be heard and that's what we're all about in this week's episode. Vanessa and Candi bring the fire and the fury with their top ten list and Ben attempts to keep up. We encourage everyone to share this with every woman or girl they know that feels they need a shot of confidence and hope. The women behind these songs knew they were on the right side of history, and that the battle is never over.

Vanessa and Candi are busy putting together a new podcast called Chacharone, appearing soon in an iTunes near you. Follow them on Instagram for updates:

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November 13, 2017 08:57 AM PST

Raising children with high levels of empathy, compassion and elevated social consciousness is difficult in today's insane world. There are mountains of misinformation and evil ideas running rampant in 2017 and now more than ever we can and should look to the arts for the truth. Music has magical properties and it's not surprising kids gravitate towards it as a way to bond with others, expand their minds and generate positivity in the universe. Like anything else, how much they get out of it depends on what music they're getting into. Enter Nyaze and Mel of the fabulous Woke With Kids podcast, a weekly dissection of everything politics and pop culture, seen through the lens of two intelligent humans who are striving for more understanding for themselves and their young children. ATTT is proud to welcome them back for a lively discussion about what songs and artists we can look to in order to bring up proud, smart kids with killer taste in music.

For insight and perspective, we highly recommend subscribing to Woke With Kids. Find out more here:

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January 27, 2016 09:06 AM PST
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Ever wonder how you can listen to complete versions of the songs featured in our top ten lists? Ever think of how cool it would be to just hear the songs without all of the irritating jibber-jabber from your illustrious host and co-hosts? NOW YOU CAN! All Time Top Ten is now on Spotify, and we've created playlists for every episode since the beginning. Dive into it right here:

March 08, 2012 04:41 PM PST
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Just because you're late to the party doesn't mean you can't check out shows you might have missed. Every episode is available in our archives at http://www.mixcloud.com/beneisen/

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