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All Time Top Ten
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February 22, 2021 04:00 AM PST

In ATTT's first ever all-Stones episode, resident thief and rascal Fuzzbee Morse makes his long-awaited return and we get down and nasty with rock n roll's favorite outlaws. The Rolling Stones never gave one shit about what people thought of them or their music. They swashbuckled their way through danger, flouted the law, bedded all of the groupies, took all of the drugs but took no prisoners and they never ever apologized for any number of ridiculous and/or hilarious controversies. None of it mattered because in their heyday The Rolling Stones produced an astonishing string of brilliant albums overflowing with the greatest rock n roll ever made. Nobody did it better and we've got the proof with this week's playlist.

Check out Fuzzbee's music over at his Bandcamp page:

Stream this playlist on Spotify, and then go listen to these albums in their entirety!

Get links to the Patreon thing, the archives and more at ATTT's spanking new website:

February 15, 2021 04:00 AM PST

Ok so me, Dan, Jennifer and David talked for a long time about our favorite underrated bass players. Ok so we listened to a ton of great music. It went over 2 1/2 hours, so sue us. I defy anyone to listen to this episode and find 30 seconds of conversation that you think should have been cut. No chance. In the tradition of those legendary 2am-at-the-Kibitz conversations, we had a glorious time dissecting Rolling Stone magazine's list of the greatest bass players ever, and we countered with our champions of the low end that didn't get their due, and usually don't get the love they deserve by the public. Get inside the minds of four low-end obsessed bass players and listen to some examples of the greats who don't get the love and respect they deserve for their contributions to music. Bass is the place!

Find out what Jennifer Jo Oberle is up to on stage and in studio by visiting her website:

Jennifer mentioned the project Days Between Stations. Here's their website:

Dan Rothchild is always in studio or on tour with amazing bands. Check out his stuff:

David Jenkins works for the mighty True Tone Music in Santa Monica. Get some gear:

Stream this playlist on Spotify:

February 08, 2021 04:00 AM PST

Hard to believe we've done 10 volumes of these. Happy Valentine's Day week from your lovesick pals at ATTT. The Old Boy Himself Ryan Blake is back for one more go around in our (seemingly) endless quest to find the greatest romantic love songs ever written. Share this playlist with that certain someone in your life, or a certain someone you'd like to be your certain someone.

Stream the entire (Sincere & Not Cheesy) Love Songs collection with our mega-playlist on Spotify:

Get everything ATTT including links to the Patreon thing, an awesome photo gallery and more at our spanking new website:

February 01, 2021 04:00 AM PST

A workhorse drummer is something every band wishes they had. What are their defining characteristics? For one, they serve the song no matter what. You won't hear any hit, tap or thump that's out of place with what the song requires. Secondly, they have minimal ego. This means many of these cats can and do work with anybody and are always in demand for studio or stage work. Lastly, they work their asses off behind the kit and put every ounce of sweat they have in their work. This week's special guest is one of these. Workhorse drummer extraordinaire Bryan Meyers knows his way around a drum kit and is joining the pod to help testify to the importance and awesomeness of our favorite workhorse drummers.

Bryan has new music of his own out now on his Bandcamp page:

Stream this mighty playlist on Spotify:

ATTT has a website, boy howdy!

Top Ten Classic Songs That Went Viral is the latest exclusive Patreon episode. Get a bonus pod every month for just $2/month:

January 25, 2021 04:00 AM PST

With the topmost of respect to the lads themselves and Sir George Martin, Beatles songs are whatever you make of them. To be in a world where Beatles songs exist is to be in a world of endless possibilities. Like a lump of clay, you can mold these timeless and evergreen songs to any style, genre, emotion or mood imaginable. It's no wonder that the best of the best have always covered the Beatles and as a true sign of respect, always made the most out of their Beatles covers. Host of the podcasts Love That Album and See Hear Maurice Bursztynski is back for another spirited round of Beatles covers, picking up where we left off in 2013.

Speaking of where we left off in 2013, here's the archived link of Beatles Covers volume 1:

Stream this playlist on Spotify:

Get more Maurice at Love That Album:

And See Hear:

Check out ATTT's new website!

Get on the Patreon thing to get Top Ten Classic Songs That Went Viral on February first and other exclusive episodes:

January 18, 2021 04:00 AM PST

Welp, we got canceled on. It happens now and again. Thankfully we know some folks that know a ton of different kinds of music. Also thankfully our pal Josh Burnell was available in a pinch to throw together a Top Ten list on the fly, utilizing our foolproof way to pod without any preparation whatsoever. We hope you enjoy our little game of six degrees of musical separation and a funky little playlist.

Stream this playlist on Spotify:

Josh has been out of the podcast game for a little while now, but he and his wife Jen were big time Glee-heads once upon a time, and made a podcast all about it:

Get Top Ten Classic Songs That Went Viral with special guest Matt Dinan exclusively in your inbox on Feb. 1 by jumping on the Patreon thing!

January 11, 2021 04:00 AM PST

Our feelings on the 45th president are well documented on this podcast, and we would just as soon not bother with this topic. However, the recent proliferation of disinformation, misinformation, lies and an insanely reckless disregard for how shit gets done in a democracy has forced us to officially wave goodbye to the biggest loser on the planet the only way we know how, through song.

DISCLAIMER: If, even after everything we've seen this past week and in the preceding 5 years, if you are still a fan of the outgoing president, you may not want to check this one out. We don't hold back our contempt for the destruction of objective truth and our disgust with people that are such enormous losers that they would rather burn it all down than concede to reality. Good riddance to bad garbage.

Anyway, the great Ryan Stockstad is back on the pod to help us bid adieu with Top Ten Songs About Losers.

Stream this playlist on Spotify:

The Patreon People are busy voting on the topic for February's bonus episode. Get into the club for just $2 a month and get a bonus episode every month.

January 04, 2021 12:00 AM PST

With the world crashing down around us all year long, music stepped up big time in 2020. Some of the most important and vital artists in rock, pop, country and more released some of the best music of their careers, music made in studios and bedrooms. However they could get their art to us, they did it. To put a bow on the musical year that was, David Daskal, Shannon Hurley and Linda Trujillo are back to finish up this two part mega-episode. These are the songs of the year.

If you haven't heard Top Twenty Songs Of 2020 Part 1 yet, for the love of all things holy, go back and check it out!

Get on the Patreon thing today and get $10 tier member George's episode Top Ten Songs About Leaving featuring special guest Ryan Blake as well as other exclusive episodes every month for just 2 lousy dollars a month. You won't not regret it:

Stream this playlist on Spotify:

Get everything Shannon Hurley (musically) at her website:

December 28, 2020 12:00 AM PST

At last some good news! We here at ATTT HQ are happy to report that despite hell being literally on earth in 2020, a year that brought on relentless misery and chaos, there still managed to be a plethora of great music to discover all year long. The overriding message we've observed this year is that the power of songs that inspire and uplift will always serve us well in times of trouble. Of course catchy choruses, unstoppable grooves and pop hooks will always help raise anyone's spirits. Like dutiful soldiers, our usual year-end crew - David Daskal, Shannon Hurley and Linda Trujillo - assembled via Zoom (as you do in 2020) for a super-sized double episode. Here's part one of Top TWENTY Songs Of 2020.

Find out about everything musical Shannon Hurley is up to at her website:
And her collaboration with Ben - Lovers & Poets - has new music as well:

Stream this playlist on Spotify:

Join the ATTT Patreon to get January's new episode - Top Ten Songs About Leaving - and help get our numbers up high enough to release Top Ten Songs That Changed The World to the general public. $2 a month gets you in:

December 21, 2020 04:00 AM PST

Season 9 of All Time Top Ten is coming to a close and we couldn't be more proud of the work we did this year in the face of stupidity, fear and the damn plague. For those of us lucky enough to survive 2020, we could all use a good night's sleep, and what better way to accomplish that than with the soothing sound of a classic lullaby? The world of rock and pop music has its share of bedtime songs to choose from and we are definitely blessed to have first-time mom and singer/songwriter Marina V on the pod to share our favorite rock n roll lullabies. Sleep tight, music fans, and thanks for a great season.

From her 2 Songs A Month Club to her amazing discography and links to everything Marina V, go to her website:

Stream this playlist on Spotify:

Help us release Top Ten Songs That Changed The World to the masses! Get on the ATTT Patreon thing for only $2 a month:

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