Join us for a speedy tour through the first half of the fab four’s illustrious career. Along the way, we’ll select our favorite hidden gem from each of The Beatles’ first six albums, as well as a cherished B-Side of an early single.
Join us as we dig into the Prelude to Bach’s “Unaccompanied Suite for Cello #1” and the rockabilly classic “Blue Suede Shoes,” that leads off Elvis’ debut album for RCA Victor.
On perhaps our most random pairing yet, we discuss the pop supernova that is Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space,” and then peer into the dark cultural mirror of Marilyn Manson’s “The Beautiful People.”
This is our first “Single,” a bite sized dose of Flat Sharp that zooms in on a topic in under ten minutes. In this first single, Benjamin breaks down Cliff Burton’s legendary bass work on Metallica’s instrumental masterpiece “Orion.”
On this episode of Flat Sharp, we flex our commitment to a random pairing by exploring Metallica’s catastrophic anti-war opus “One” and Los Lobos’s bittersweet song on loss “When the Circus Comes to Town.”
Join us on a trip to 1971 as we discuss why Joni Mitchell’s “A Case of You” and The Doors’ “Riders on the Storm” endure as two of the era’s most iconic songs.