A young hip-hop fan finally listens to a classic album that's four years older than he is.
You've Never Heard?...
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Hear how intern Jenna Strucko discovered an "old friend" of her own in the classic folk album.
NPR Music intern Dominic Martinez listens to the legendary jazz musician's 1970 album and, thanks it its grooves, learns to love jazz fusion.
See why NPR Music intern Jenna Strucko won't be joining the Kiss Army after hearing the band's 1975 live record for the first time.
All Songs Considered intern Dan Raby takes a first look at Buckley's 1994 classic album.
NPR Music intern and classic rock fan Charlie Kaplan listens to Patti Smith's 1975 masterpiece for the first time.
All Songs Considered intern Clare Flynn loves folk music, but she hadn't heard an album by Joni Mitchell in its entirety until now.
Summer intern Laurin Penland is a lifelong country fan, but she never got around to Parsons' posthumous classic until now.
Remarkably, All Songs intern Shannon Carlin had never heard Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon. So we got her a copy and gave her some listening homework. Read what she thought.
Growing up on a steady diet of Wilco, intern Micah Loewinger finally listens to Jeff Tweedy's biggest influence, Big Star.
NPR Music intern Catherine DeGennaro finds out while the context may change, the blues stays the same.
NPR Music intern Catherine DeGennaro, a Beatles-bred baby, lends her ears to the other side of the rock spectrum. She isn't disappointed.
It's hard to imagine what it was like to hear groundbreaking albums for the first time, when they were released 30 or 40 years ago. In this recurring series, we try to capture that wide-eyed awe by having our interns review some of the classics they've never heard before.
In this recurring series, our unimaginably young interns review classic albums they've never heard. For All Songs Considered intern Beca Grimm, the cream of Cream's crop brews up strange and wonderful.
In this recurring series, we ask our imaginably young interns to review classic albums they've never heard before. NPR Music intern Erik Myers takes a stab at Curtis Mayfield's 1975 classic funk and soul album, and is unimpressed.