[subscription channel 1152]Best The Beatles podcasts — Interviews, parodies, music and news (updated July 5, 2015; image by Ken and Nyetta)
Things We Said Today, a weekly discussion of the hottest Beatles news topics and interviews of Beatles personalities by an experienced group of Beatles writers and broadcasters -- Allan Kozinn, Ken Michaels, Steve Marinucci and Al Sussman.
“Dennis Mitchell's Breakfast With The Beatles” is among the world's longest-running weekly tribute shows about the Best Band Ever. Listen each week for a combination listening party and in-depth study of the most amazing phenomenon in music history. Host Dennis Mitchell has produced the show since 1991, covering every Beatle topic imaginable and featuring guests that include Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, Yoko Ono, Olivia Harrison, Pete Best, George & Giles Martin, Geoff Emerick and literally hundreds of other musicians, public figures and celebrities. Requests always welcome at www.beatlesradioshow.com.
Three Beatles mavens discuss the music
A Weekly Radio Show About Beatle News. http://www.rockartshow.com
Hosted by authors Robert Rodriguez and Richard Buskin, Something About The Beatles features fascinating, informative discussion on the group's career.
The latest Beatles news and rumors, and the occasional trivia tidbit. All from Andre Gardner, most in 60 seconds or less.
An educational, informative, and irreverent look at all things Beatles.
Celebrating the fab 4 from Liverpool! Proud to have had our show re-tweeted by #AcrossTheUniverse star #JimSturgess - Our Beatles show was chosen as Podcast Of The Day on Player.fm - @podcastoftheday tweets one fabulous new episode and one amazing podcast series and one day they chose us!!!
Recipe for a great Radio Show... Take a large portion of the greatest band ever... Fold in recordings from the former members... Sprinkle in cover versions of their songs... Add some Apple, Dark Horse and Ringo'Records... Introduce interviews...Book and DVD reviews... Stir in some GREAT Tribute Acts... Blend in requests and dedications... Simmer for two hours and serve to a World Wide Audience.... And you're listening to the UKs longest running Beatles themed Radio Show ...BeatlesandBeyond!
Join Sneaky Dragon's Ian Boothby and David Dedrick as they discuss every Beatles album and every Beatles song, one at a time. It's Compleatly Beatles!
Rick “Fans on the Run” Glover talks about what it’s like being on stage with Paul McCartney, as he was in Columbia, South Carolina on June 25. You can read more about it on Beatles Examiner. (Photo by Jennie Swenton.)
The Fab 4 Free All
In this episode, Robert and Richard discuss their picks for what songs should’ve been issued on the Beatles’ first four UK albums, in place of some of the material that was. (Not a lot of overlap in agreement here…) Songs include: “Some Other Guy,” “Soldier of Love,” ”Little Child” and “Ain’t Nothing Shakin’.” The post 21: Second Guessing The Beatles #1 appeared first on Something About The Beatles.
The Fab 4 Free All
Allan Kozinn, Al Sussman, Steve Marinucci and Ken Michaels, plus regular guest Darren DeVivo give their rundown for the best solo albums by Paul McCartney and George Harrison.
In this episode, Richard and Robert examine the tumultuous backdrop against which The Beatles created the “White Album” amidst a world of change. Songs include: “Maharishi,” “Child of Nature,” ”Sour Milk Sea” and “Long, Long, Long ” The post 20: 1968 – Triumph of Chaos? appeared first on Something About The Beatles.
Paul McCartney has a busy birthday week that will take him to Philadelphia, plus don’t look for Beatles music on Apple’s latest music service…yet. 0:57 BeatlesMinute_061515 Download Podcast http://wmgk.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2015/06/BeatlesMinute_061515.mp3 The post Beatles Minute – week of June 15, 2015 appeared first on WMGK.
In this episode we review Ringo’s new album Postcards From Paradise and give the background on each song. Though we don’t love every song on the album, we’re just happy Ringo’s still working on new stuff!
Ken, Allan, Al, Steve and regular guest Darren DeVivo give their favorite John and Ringo solo albums, plus we do a tribute to Lennon engineer Dennis Ferrante.
The Fab 4 Free All
A piece of Beatles musical history goes up for auction, and some pictures of a Beatles concert in Northern Ireland in 1964 have surfaced. 1:14 BeatlesMinute_060815 Download Podcast http://wmgk.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2015/06/BeatlesMinute_060815.mp3 The post Beatles Minute – week of June 8, 2015 appeared first on WMGK.
For the 45th anniversary of the release of “Let It Be,” Al Sussman, Steve Marinucci, Ken Michaels and Allan Kozinn discuss the album, the movie, the legacy of the movie and the album, and how the film should be released on DVD.
The Fab 4 Free All
(Or do you say Imagiram?) In this episode, Robert and Richard discuss the musical interactions between Paul and John as heard on the Ram and Imagine albums of 1971, a year after The Beatles’ split. Songs include: “Too Many People,” “Crippled Inside,” “Dear Boy” and “How Do You Sleep.” The post 19: Ramagine – A Musical Dialogue appeared first on Something About The Beatles.
That George letter to a U.S. radio executive did very well at auction! Also, Paul brings two fans up on stage who do something surprising. 1:05 BeatlesMinute_060115 Download Podcast http://wmgk.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2015/06/BeatlesMinute_060115.mp3 The post Beatles Minute Podcast – week of June 1, 2015 appeared first on WMGK.
In a very special interview, Al Sussman, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Steve Marinucci talk to former Paul McCartney and Wings guitarist Laurence Juber about his latest album, “Fingerboard Road.” Laurence also gives some insight into his guitar techniques.
A letter by George Harrison, going up at auction, confirms The Beatles planned to record in the U.S. Also, Paul played one of his solo songs for the first time ever at a live show. 1:06 BeatlesMinute_052515 Download Podcast http://wmgk.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2015/05/BeatlesMinute_052515.mp3 The post Beatles Minute podcast – week of May 25, 2015 appeared first on WMGK.
Steve Marinucci, Ken Michaels and Allan Kozinn (no Al Sussman this week) discuss the controversial Beatles’ Star Club tapes, including the recently “Zu Laut” bootleg.
What happened on this day in the history of the Fab Four?
On this day in the history of the Fab Four!
In this episode, Richard and Robert present an overview of the year and how The Beatles advanced their art. In addition to some rare music, the episode features a two guest authors: Al Sussman and Andrew Grant Jackson. Al is the author of Changin’ Times: 101 Days That Shaped A Generation and the upcoming British Invasion 101: The Need-To-Know Guide. Andrew is the author of Still The Greatest: The Essential Songs of the Beatles’ Solo Careers and the recently published 1965: The Most Revolutionary Year in Music. Songs include: “You Like Me Too Much,” “That Means A Lot,” “Nowhere Man” and “We Can Work It Out.” Check out Al on the Things We Said Today podcast here: http://beatlesexaminer.podbean.com/ Check out Andrew’s 1965 website here: http://1965book.com/ The post 18: 1965 appeared first on Something About The Beatles.
Word is a Beatles live album is being released, but in just ONE country (and it’s NOT the U.S.!) 1:20 BeatlesMinute_051815 Download Podcast http://wmgk.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2015/05/BeatlesMinute_051815.mp3 The post Beatles Minute podcast – week of May 18, 2015 appeared first on WMGK.
Steve, Al, Allan and Ken plus regular contributor Tom Frangione take a hard look at the Paul McCartney album “Tug of War.” Just how good is it?