Author: Christopher Bradley

Christopher is a lawyer from NEPA, aka, Pennsultucky, He is an avid baseball fan, audiophile, and dog owner. He spends the majority of his free time with his wife and daughters, reading, listening to music, watching baseball (except the Yankees) and writing. If you wish to send him a positive missive, any errata concerning albums, or requests regarding albums: saturdayspins32 at gmail dot com
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Saturday Spins: The Weird

What does a disgraced Vice President, break dancing, and an international farting contest have in common?! They are all on records on my shelves

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Saturday Spins: Pantera

A lot of thrash metal just rock the f*&$ out, but a band like Pantera contains a bit more refined artistry than one would expect

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Saturday Spins: Ryan Bingham

There are till people that listen to mainstream country music when Ryan Bingham exists, and that is a problem that I am trying to personally remedy.

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Sunday Spins: Black Pumas

I am pretty excited to discuss this week’s spin, though. I first heard about and heard Black Pumas while watching Austin City Limits

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Saturday Spins: Warren Zevon

Have you ever put on an album and it absolutely blew your mind? That is a basically what happened to me when I first heard this week’s Saturday Spin. Last week, I discussed Ryan...

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Saturday Spins: Ryan Adams

Let’s talk a little bit about Ryan Adams’s Gold and why it is a landmark record.

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Saturday Spins: Operation Ivy

Operation Ivy was only a band for 2 years, 1987-1989, and as I have often said before, burned bright, but flared out quickly.

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Saturday Spins: The Clash

I am going to, and this will be somewhat controversial, proclaim that Combat Rock is second only to London Calling in the definitive ranking of albums by the Clash.

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Saturday Spins: Jason Isbell

Put this song on…I was a puddle after hearing it. Since I am a narcissist like Jason Isbell we are gonna make this about me.

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Searching for Little Richard

Richard Wayne Penniman, best know by his stage name “Little Richard,” passed away yesterday at the age of 87.

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Saturday Spins: Tom Petty Extravaganza

We all have those “someone is wrong on the internet, and I must destroy them” moments. Some more than others. Recently, myself and a few authors and friends of this website discussed the genius...

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Saturday Spins: The Traveling Wilburys

For the uninitiated, the Traveling Wilburys were formed in 1988 by George Harrison (The Beatles), Jeff Lynne (ELO) Roy Orbison, Bob Dylan, and Tom Petty.

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Saturday Spins: Gram Parsons

This week my toddler shook my phone and out popped the father of “Cosmic American Music,” or as the folks over at No Depression call it, “Alt-Country.”

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Record Store Day 2020, Sort of

Even though Record Store Day has been delayed this year, I am hoping that will be even the slightest distraction from the anxiety of these weird times.

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Saturday Spins: Desaparecidos

What happened when the saddest man in Omaha decided to “make a rock record with the disappeared?” Magic.

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Tiger King: America’s Newest Obsession

Never before have I watched a documentary where several of the interview subjects say things that are potentially incriminating. It is like a prosecutor’s wet dream.