WOWers, World of Wonder Co-Founder Fenton Bailey, Executive VP of Development Tom Campbell, and WOW Report Editor James St. James have collaborated with reality TV guru and friend of WOW, Andy Cohen, on a weekly Top Ten Countdown of the things from the past week that make us go…WOW!
It’s a pop-culture obsessed hour complete with colorful diatribes, opposing opinions, and a dissection-like discussion that will make your drive home from work more fabulous!
You can now WATCH us recording the WOW Report in our gallery storefront on Hollywood Boulevard, just across the street from Hollywood’s oldest restaurant Musso & Frank!
This week, we’re doing things a little different. We’ve culled down James’ list of the 75 Albums Every Gay Man Needs to Own to JUST TEN! We air TODAY at 3PM EST on SiriusXM, and again at 3PM PST (that’s 6PM EST). You can also catch the show on the SiriusXM app!
Let’s get started…
10) ONJ Greatest Hits by Olivia Newton John
9) Lady Day: The Best of Billie Holiday by Billie Holiday
“This incomparable collection draws on the 10-CD boxed set Lady Day: The Complete Billie Holiday on Columbia (1933-1944), representing not only her finest work, but American jazz and pop singing at its zenith.”
8) Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret by Soft Cell
7) Dreamgirls by the Original Broadway Cast
Tom’s second pick is the Dreamgirls soundtrack – but the 1981 Broadway version by the original cast, darling…
6) The Velvet Underground & Nico by the Velvet Underground & Nico
5) The Slider by T-Rex
Fenton chose The Slider by English glam rock band T Rex for his second pick. It was released in July 1972 and featured the singles “Telegram Sam” and “Metal Guru.” T Rex is perhaps best known state-side for their song “Bang a Gong (Get It On)” featured on their previous album Electric Warrior.
4) Diana by Diana Ross
3) Klaus Nomi by Klaus Nomi
James’ top pick on the list is the self-titled debut of Klaus Nomi – who is best known in the states for singing back-up for David Bowie on a 1979 performance on SNL, but was much more than just that to James…
2) Ziggy Stardust by David Bowie
Speaking of David Bowie, his 1972 The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars is Fenton’s top pick from James’ list.
1) Judy at Carnegie Hall by Judy Garland
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