Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Songs: 340-281

I took a brief hiatus from posting, but that doesn’t mean I wasn’t still listening. So today we have a supersized continuation of the Rolling Stone: 500 Greatest Songs series as we edge ever closer to the creation of my own list. 340. “Subterranean Homesick Blues” – Bob Dylan Bob Dylan’s offspring has called this…

Burnes’ Turns: September 8-15

We replace the last couple of week’s penchant for movie-related artistry to straight ahead Pop music done right, an ’80s track I don’t hate, a classic from KISS’ best member, and a racial sermon that’s desperately needed in today’s world. “The Blacker the Berry” – Kendrick Lamar A week ago I was talking with my…

Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Songs: 490-481

After the last nice collection of tracks, I continue my journey through Rolling Stone‘s Top 500 Songs of All Time with tracks 490-481 below. 490. “Clocks” – Coldplay (2002) My feelings for “Clocks” have shifted considerably over the years. It was one of the first tracks I ever heard from way before I was a music…