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Best Ed Chen podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Ed Chen podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Jason Barnard of the Strange Brew podcast joins me in the first of a 2-parter looking at John Lennon's best and worst songs. This time we tackle the worst, bearing in mind that being the 'worst' of JL's songs doesn't necessarily make them bad.Part 2 coming very soonThe file is available as a direct download mp3Enjoy!you tube versionhttps://www.yout…
 
Guest hosts Kit O'Toole and Antony Rotunno. First of two shows covering A Hard Day's Night and Help in the landscape of their eras, which then moves on to our thoughts on scripts considered for the third Fab feature which did not get the green light. This week: "A Talent For Loving" and "The Three Musketeers". More next time!…
 
Dave and I conclude our look at John Lennon's remarkable 1970 with the aid of multiple sound clips. After last week's set up, we get to 3 major events, which are John's 'Primal Therapy' treatment, his inflammatory 'Lennon Remembers' December interview with Rolling Stone magazine and finally the seminal 'Plastic Ono Band' albumThe file is available …
 
Beatles fans know about the Washington Coliseum Show (1964), Shea Stadium (1965) and Budokan (1966), but there are plenty of other live shows with either soundboard audio, professionally shot video or both. This week, I look at some of those shows - from Liverpool to Paris and the Circus Krone in Germany. Touring may have frequently been a drag for…
 
Ringo Starr turns 80 in a few months and will also be celebrating fifty years as a solo artist. Although Ringo has teased an "Apple Years" box set, it is unlikely we will be seeing it this year. Texas radio personality Ed Mayberry guest hosts this week as we travel through the decades - preparing a tracklist and filling multiple discs with hits, al…
 
Tom Brennan (Splinter Library, Badfinger Library) joins the show to talk about Dark Horse Records! George Harrison (and Ringo Starr) considered purchasing Apple Records for the purpose of fostering and promoting new artists, but he ultimately decided to start fresh with Dark Horse Records. This week we consider the business of the label, the artist…
 
Allison B. once again joins as guest host this week for part two of our look at the Beatles and popular music studies. Allison continues her research at Liverpool Hope University, currently working on a Doctoral degree in cultural studies. We discuss the Beatles and academia, including three recent conferences at various Univerties in the United St…
 
Over a decade ago, Liverpool Hope University became home to the first post-graduate degree in Beatles studies ("The Beatles, Popular Music and Society"). This week and next we visit with Texas native and graduate of the program Allison Bumsted on her current challenges while pursuing a Doctorate and what it is like to apply the academic rigor of Hi…
 
Kit O'Toole rejoins the show for part Two of our look at the Grandude himself, Sir Paul McCartney and his changing views on life, love, the future and his "ever present past." We consider Paul's revelations on "New" and "Egypt Station", and look at how both the man and the media have responded to the inevitable passage of time.…
 
First of two weeks with Queen of All Beatles Media, Dr. Kit O'Toole. The "Talk More Talk" maven joins the show this week and next as we discuss Paul's "Ever Present Future." In recent years, he seems to have allowed himself to accept his place among the elder statesmen of Rock and Roll. Despite the inevitable passage of time (over a decade beyond "…
 
Tom Hunyady (Talk More Talk, 2 Legs) joins as this week's guest host! We talk about Paul McCartney's run-ins with the law over ganja (and its friends). Paul and Linda ran into trouble in Japan, the United States, Sweden, Barbados and back home as well. Thankfully, none of those experiences hurt his creativity (or his reputation), and Paul has long …
 
Part two of the Rutles commentary track. Load up the video on YouTube, slide over to 33:40 and join us as we travel through the world of Dirk, Nasty, Stig and Barry from the infamous "Bigger than Rod" controversy through the "Let It Rot" film, book, album and lawsuit. We then close by considering the spinoffs (including Eric Idle's ill-advised sequ…
 
Antony Rotunno returns this week and next as we dig into "The Rutles" (album, book, film, play and lawsuit) in tribute to Neil Innes. We start by discussing Rutland Weekend television, the actual musicians behind the "pre-Fab Four", and how Eric Idle came to put the pieces together in a project that has become beloved by the Beatles and Python comm…
 
Happy New Year everybody! Dan Miles of the Friends of Dan Music Podcast (https://www.friendsofdanmusicpodcast.com/) co-hosts the show this week as we take a look at the Beatles and comedy. John Lennon was not the only Beatle with a sense of humor, and we consider each of their individual comic stylings, and how a sense of humor helped advance their…
 
Apple (and Apple) have released a higher resolution version of the Beatles Washington Coliseum show on iTunes at a very nice price! Lonnie and I talk about that concert and the rest of February 1964 for the band. A Fab time for sure, but a very busy one as the band traveled from Paris to London to New York City, Washington DC, Miami and finally bac…
 
2019 was a busy year for the former Beatles. "Above Us Only Sky" premiered on Netflix in the United States (following a late 2018 UK premiere). Ringo Starr toured across Japan and North America celebrating thirty years of the All-Starr Band. He then followed that up with a new studio album, possibly his final full length album. Paul McCartney relea…
 
The second transatlantic episode of "When They Was Fab". Guest Martin Quibell joins me as we discuss Victorian Music Hall, Pantomime, George Formby and various pre-1950's combinations of music, comedy and stage craft. George Harrison, John Lennon and Paul McCartney each have expressed their appreciation for the form. Indeed, "Free as a Bird" closes…
 
Jimmy end Jessica talk to Daniel Roth about Blazor, past, present, and future. Guest: Daniel Roth (@danRoth27) Web Window https://blog.stevensanderson.com/2019/11/18/2019-11-18-webwindow-a-cross-platform-webview-for-dotnet-core/ Blazor component vendors https://www.devexpress.com/blazor/ https://www.telerik.com/blazor-ui https://www.syncfusion.com/…
 
We roll back the clock to an era when CDs were new and magical technology, and the news was the Fab Four in a fantastic new digital format. "Perfect Sound Forever" they promised. No guarantees, and despite the promises of "never having to rebuy the catalogue" many of us have continued to do so ... many times over. Still, it was quite an era, and we…
 
Film podcaster and Lennon/Beatles superfan Scott Phipps joins me to discuss with great affection John and Yoko’s artistic and eccentric 1972 film ‘Imagine’, which accompanied John Lennon’s album of the same name and Yoko’s album ‘Fly’. We will be recording a show about the 1988 ‘Imagine’ film in the New Year.The file is available as a direct downlo…
 
The Thanksgiving Weekend has just passed in the United States, but we are extending it just a little bit longer. The "Queen of all Beatles Media" Dr. Kit O'Toole (Talk More Talk, Songs We Were Singing, Michael Jackson: FAQ) drops in to extend her reign. We celebrate the holiday by reviewing both sides of Paul McCartney's new "Record Store Day" sing…
 
The second of two bonus episode features an appearance by your humble host on the Beatles podcast 'When They Was Fab' earlier this month. Antony and hosts Ed and Lonnie discuss the 1982 documentary 'The Compleat Beatles', at the time the first complete documentary retelling of the story, plus some thoughts on the companion book to the Abbey Road 50…
 
Mark Lewisohn is finishing up his "Hornsey Road" tour, where he engaged audiences across the English countryside with stories behind the making of Abbey Road. Despite the fact a United States run is not currently in the cards, a number of items taken from Lewisohn's research (which will eventually appear in Volume 3) have made a splash in the media…
 
"The Compleat Beatles" began life as a promotional film intended as promotion for a two-volume set of Beatles sheet music. That project eventually became a success in the early home video market (VHS, Beta and Laserdisc), earning a theatrical release in 1984. Antony Rotunno, host of the "Glass Onion: On John Lennon" podcast joins us again, as we pi…
 
The first of two bonus episode features an appearance that your humble host made on the podcast 'The Mind Renewed' in July 2019. Julian Charles invited Antony to discuss his own somewhat Lennon-inspired music, specifically his last 2 albums.The file is available as a direct download mp3Enjoy!Feedback to glassonionpod@yahoo.comFacebook page-www.face…
 
Antony Rotunno of the Glass Onion: On John Lennon podcast joins us as we go through the book on "The Abbey Road", and start our review of the classic Delilah films documentary "The Compleat Beatles." Does the film hold up given the onslaught of official, high dollar, better restored, and indeed more complete projects such as "The Beatles Anthology"…
 
In this episode I talk to my mother Frances about what the 1960s were like for ordinary folk outside the 'Swinging Sixties' image. We discuss how things have changed since then in various aspects of everyday life and society, and which areas of life have improved or otherwise.The file is available as a direct download mp3Enjoy!you tube versionhttps…
 
Ringo Starr's new release is his twentieth studio album. He is joined by Joe Walsh, Paul McCartney, Dave Edmunds, Steve Lukather and many friends, family and collaborators both old and new. Recorded at Roccabella West (aka: Ringo's home studio),, this collection of ten songs includes new material and covers from the past ("Money" and "Grow Old With…
 
This week: Disc three from the Abbey Road box set. "Come Together", "Come and Get It" and more about the medley (aka "The Long One") and its individual components than you can shake a stick at. Consider the issue of "Mean Mister Mustard". The article was from "the summer of Love" in 1967, but John wrote the song in India. How did that end up happen…
 
Lonnie is back, and we continue our look at the Abbey Road Deluxe Anniversary Edition. This week, disc two. Goodbye, The Ballad of John and Yoko, demos, outtakes and works in progress. A few things that we have heard before, but many more tracks that have never found their way to bootlegs!By Ed Chen and Lonnie Pena
 
The concluding part of my talk with Philip looks at the remarkable figure of Julia Lennon and her tragic family history and brings the story through to some of the crucial stages of the pre-fame Beatles. There’s a link to order Philip’s book below.The file is available as a direct download mp3you tube versionhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENTFhur9…
 
This week - home audio reproduction and The Beatles. Over the years, The Beatles have given us their music in many different styles. Without going into the multitudes of physical media we can count: mono, stereo, PCM Stereo, DTS, surround, 5.1, 7.1 and now Dolby Atmos. What does all this mean? I take the time out to explain (to the best of my knowl…
 
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