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The Opus
Consequence of Sound and Sony bring you an exploration of legendary albums and their ongoing legacy. Join host Jill Hopkins as she examines how masterpieces continue to evolve: shaping lives, shaking rafters, and ingraining itself into our culture. Maybe you’re a longtime fan who wants to go deeper. Maybe you’re a first-time listener curious to hear more – either way, you’re in the right place.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 135 ratings
Bring Andy back!
Your new host is awful. Andy has suffered enough for anything he did in his past. Be an example of giving people another chance.
Mitch Forst via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/27/21
I was expecting an enthusiastic deep dive into ALL aspects of this album. Instead I found shallow waters. Santana’s Abraxas is a dynamic, exciting, well-edited, and beautifully-sequenced album which has maintained its vitality for five decades. Host Jill Hopkins is the opposite. There’s a...Read full review »
Mark Kingsley via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/19/21
Old host was better
Bring back old host!
Sign one via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/03/20
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