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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 Red, and Public Enemy breaking down their political masterpiece It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back. more


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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 app... more

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3.9 out of 5 stars from 112 ratings
  • Reno

    Bowie’s my boy Astounding! Yeah, Baby!!

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    Canadaa year ago
  • Litany

    Enjoy the show but dislike the long litany of people helping produce podcasts. Isn’t that their job? more

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    scared senior
    United States2 years ago
  • In-depth and insightful - perfect for music lovers

    really appreciate the detail and behind the scenes stories of some of these awesome albums. Would recommend for music fans

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Late to the game rip off of a better podcast.

    This podcast is a blatant rip off of a good podcast done by Josh Adam Meyers. If you actually want to hear someone who cares about music go listen to that one.

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    Canada2 years ago
  • The 500 Podcast does it WAY better

    Josh Adam Meyers has been going down the 2012 Rolling Stone list for a couple years now on his podcast and has been hitting it out of the park! more

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    Canada2 years ago

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