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All Time Top Ten
Music geeks on a mission.
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Location: Los Angeleeez
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May 20, 2019 06:00 AM PDT

Hear ye, all up and coming musicians and songwriters from the folk and rock scene of 1964 and 1965, young girls are coming to the canyon, and you should too. The scene that introduced the world to rock n roll royalty from Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young to Denny, John, Michelle & Mama Cass is legendary for a reason. The music that came from those rolling hills in between Hollywood and the San Fernando Valley in the mid to late 60s and into the 70s shaped a generation. All Time Top Ten has been eyeing this iconic piece of rock n roll history for a while, and we have the perfect group of thieves and rascals to help count down the greatest BANDS AND ARTISTS OF THE LAUREL CANYON SCENE. May 24th brings the premiere and release of the film and soundtrack to Echo In The Canyon, a documentary all about those heady days up on Lookout Mountain, told by those who were there. Our guests this week were the backing band for the celebrity-filled concert footage seen throughout the movie and the session cats that put together the soundtrack album. Jordan Summers, Geoff Pearlman, Fernando Perdomo and Dan Rothchild were kind enough to let us record this episode outside in the canyon itself, in the heart of the legendary neighborhood. Listen up as they tell tales of how this amazing project came to be, and listen to our selections of the greatest bands and artists to make names for themselves in those bucolic days up in the canyon.

Everything you need to know about Echo In The Canyon is here:

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May 13, 2019 06:00 AM PDT

These days 80's dance clubs, retro radio and 80's period piece movies and tv have something in common - they love the crap out of about 100 select songs from the decade. And it's the same songs every time. We're not sure who is most to blame but we here at ATTT HQ are fed up with homogenization and laziness when it comes to music programming, especially from a decade that is as beloved as the 80's. We're probably not the only ones who have noticed this but the 1980's were ten years long. Ten years of music. During that time there were tons of big charting hits that for whatever reason have fallen through the cracks and are seemingly lost to the dustbin of history. To that we say NO MORE. OG Pal Of The Pod David Daskal returns to help dig up some of these classic tracks that just never seem to get any love anywhere. We're here to right a wrong and bring these songs back to life. We're no heroes, we just know injustice when we see it, or more accurately when we DON'T hear it. Viva the Lost Hits Of The 80's!

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May 09, 2019 06:00 AM PDT

Better late than never! (Usually) on the first Friday of every month the lovable Oompa Loompas that work here at ATTT HQ dig deep into the archives to find a choice episode from yesteryear to make you laugh and rock out a bit. This one is dropping on a Thursday. Whatever. Anyway, these songs suck so don't say we didn't warn ya.

We at All Time Top Ten pride ourselves on being a source for positivity & quality. We love helping listeners discover good artists and bands they've never heard of and revisit all the amazing music they've loved over the years. Throw all of that out this week. For the first time, we're going negative. We're going to play (short) clips of TERRIBLE music. But, we're going to have fun along the way, because there's lot to make fun of in the world of annoying music, and these are songs that fill us with RAGE. Ben is joined by D.J. Hostettler and Dixie Jacobs from the Milwaukee noise-pop band Body Futures. Ben, D.J. & Dixie have a lot of pent-up rage when it comes to terrible music, and it all comes out in this super-sized episode.

DJ's band IfIHadAHiFi just released We're Never Going Home, their first album in 7 years. Dig this noise: https://ifihadahifi.bandcamp.com

May 06, 2019 06:00 AM PDT

Hey kids, I bet you didn't know that summer is just around the corner. It's true, and besides getting that epic sunburn, probably the best thing about summer is the magical road trip. Road trips have it all - freedom, adventure, boredom, music, excitement, headaches and sore backs, and of course great stories. Some of the best story songs we know and love can easily double as classic road trip songs, and All Time Top Ten is excited to welcome back the one and only Joe Lavelle to help do his share of driving on this long and winding road to... somewhere? Let's not get too philosophical, but that old cliche about the journey being the destination is sometimes maddeningly true. Sometimes you have to ask yourself where am I going without ever knowing the way. Or sometimes you just wanna haul some ass and put the pedal to the metal. This week's playlist covers a lot of ground, er, asphalt.

Joe Lavelle's Brandy Sidecar is back in the studio working on new stuff, but you can get their newish stuff here:

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April 29, 2019 06:00 AM PDT

We here at ATTT would apologize for our 90's obsession in recent episodes, but we don't feel like it. We love the 90's and we really love 90's movies. It was an amazing decade for music, film and music in film. All the great directors of modern cinema were at the height of their powers, from Martin Scorsese and The Coen Brothers to Quentin Tarantino and David Lynch. And holy hell did they produce some incredible soundtracks. All Time Top Ten is excited to bust out our favorite 90's movie soundtracks with our pals Dustin Prince and Candi Bartlett. The Fine Art Of Whittling Down was performed with surgical precision by your humble hosts, as trying to squeeze in the best of the best into 10 picks is no small task. Never fear though, volume 2 will surely happen in the near future. Enjoy!

Candi (and Noodle) are back doing more episodes of the mighty Chacharone podcast. Check it out:

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April 21, 2019 10:14 PM PDT

Liverpool in 1962. Laurel Canyon in 1965. Seattle in 1991. When it comes to iconic music scenes, there are a few places and times where you had to be there to know just how amazing it was. When it comes to the births of punk, new wave, disco and rap, it's pretty tough to find more fertile ground than New York City in the 1970s. Even if it was slightly romanticized in print and film, it wasn't by much according to this week's special guest. Music supervisor and longtime industry mover and shaker Beth Wernick joins the podcast this week with tales and insights into the scene that can only be told by one who was there (and actually remembers it). Throughout the decade, Beth had experiences at CBGB, Studio 54 and run-ins with almost all of the top artists of the era. Beth is joined by our mutual friend and confidant Shannon Hurley as we count down the best from that incredibly heady time and place.

Beth's company Imaginary Friends Music Partners has been a force for getting great music placed in film and TV for years. Find out more at https://www.imaginaryfriendsmusic.com

Shannon (and Ben) have new music out as the chill pop duo Lovers & Poets, as well as new music of her own. Listen at her website http://shannonhurley.com

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April 15, 2019 09:48 AM PDT

As Homer Simpson can attest, the 1990s were a time of dizzying highs, terrifying lows and creamy middles. It was arguably the most musically diverse decade in pop music history. In the decade, rock went from hairspray to flannel to baggy pants to zoot suits to backwards red baseball hats (not exactly trending in the right direction, rock). The 90s also saw hip hop move from a fad to a phenomenon to global dominance. The pop music landscape was constantly in flux throughout the 90s, with flavors of the month becoming flavors of the week. ATTT has taken it upon itself to sort this mess out, and with the help of our pals, comedy writers and actors Dan Ewen and Josh Covitt, we made the impossible possible. In this very special All Time Top Ten/Pop Culture Worst To First "hybrid" episode, we broke this thing down by year, and ranked every musical year of the decade from worst to first. Hilarity and nostalgia ensues, as we reminisce on the worst and the best that 90s music had to offer and we played a for better or worse example from each year to drive the point home. 1990s forever!

Check out the bitchin Spotify playlist here:

Josh's short film 40 Minutes Over Maui is coming soon to a festival near you. Check out the trailer:

Dan has written a feature film starring John Cena called Playing With Fire that is currently in post-production. Consult your local Google in the months ahead to find out more.

April 08, 2019 09:26 AM PDT

Who knew that ghosts can make great music? Whether they died tragically or as a result of a long life lived loudly, many of our favorite dearly-departed musicians, songwriters and singers put out some amazing work that they didn't live to see brought to the public. We're not sure why it is, but there's something soul-stirring about hearing dead people. In many cases it seems like they knew they were on their way to the great beyond and were leaving us with a parting message, and in some of the songs you'll hear on this week's podcast, that's exactly the case. Pal Of The Pod Maurice Bursztynski returns via the Skype Machine all the way from lovely Melbourne, Australia to help bring these artists back to life for another spin, and we recall just why their music touched us. Despite the unfortunate circumstances surrounding them, these songs are undoubtedly full of life.

Maurice is the proud host/co-host of 2 amazing podcasts - Love That Album & See Hear. Learn more ------>

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October 07, 2018 05:22 PM PDT
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Just in time for the holidays, our crack staff has designed what Kanye himself has called the best T-shirts of all time. The fancy logo will look as sexy on you as they do on Numbers Girl!

Our Gildan Lightweight Cotton shirts are now available, exclusively through PayPal. Click on the link here:

The colors we have currently available are Sky Blue or Ice Grey. Be sure to leave your color and size preference and shipping address. Prices are as follows:

US: $25.00, shipping included
Outside US: $40.00, shipping included

Each shirt order will receive a dozen ATTT stickers. Please plaster your home town with them! smiley

March 25, 2019 09:32 AM PDT

What can be said about Pete, Roger, John & Keith that hasn't already been said? In their early days The Who were the bratty next door neighbor of the British Invasion bands. You know the type - a little rough around the edges, a little aggressive, a little crude and filthy - a bad influence but undoubtedly cooler than you'll ever be and they had the best record collection of anyone you knew. Over the years Pete Townshend's vision took them to the stratosphere, artistically and commercially. In their heyday, The Who made music that sounded like it was forged by the gods from the mountaintops. They were four complete individuals, making music together that will be studied 100 years from now as some of the most important and vital rock n roll ever created. The Who's legacy will be a lasting one and ATTT is proud to welcome two of the biggest disciples of Pete on the planet. Darren Lolk and Mike Bisch know the music of The Who inside and out, having been immersed in it on and off stage for decades. These likely lads join the podcast to take a closer look at some of the more under-appreciated tracks in the vast catalog in TOP TEN SONGS BY THE WHO VOLUME 2.

Check out the Spotify playlist, you dirty old sod:

Darren can still be seen as the legend himself Pete Townshend in Live The Who, Detroit's finest Who Tribute Band. Find out more here:

Mike's 2-Tone Ska tribute Rude Boys Outta Jail's FB page is here:

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