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Dennis Mitchell's Breakfast With The Beatles Podcast
“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.
Things We Said Today is 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.
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!
This week, your “Things We Said Today” co-hosts Steve, Allan, Ken and Al compare Paul McCartney’s two “back to the roots” albums: “Choba B CCCP (The Russian Album)” and “Run Devil Run.” Which one is better? We’d love to hear your choice. Be sure to send your comments to email@example.com.
In this episode, we take a look at the connections between the late David Bowie and the Beatles, particularly John Lennon. Bowie was a big Beatlefan and made references to the Fab Four throughout his career. Chris–a huge Bowie fan–leads this tour through Bowie’s life and music related to the Beatles, including his “famed” (no pun intended) recordings with John Lennon, a funny story about a party with Paul McCartney, and his cover of George’s “Try Some Buy Some.”
In this special extended episode, Richard and Robert provide a thorough day-by-day overview of the first two weeks of the “Get Back” / Let It Be sessions, including George’s walk-out. Songs include: “Get Back,” “All Things Must Pass,” “Let It Be,” and “Madman.” February 2016 is here and so is the Something About The Beatles 2016 calendar – get one of the copies in stock now here and specially priced! The post 40: “Winter of Our Discontent” Part One – Twickenham appeared first on Something About The Beatles.
This week, Ken, Steve, Allan and Al discuss Beatlesesque music and groups through the years like Badfinger. (By agreement, we didn’t mention Badfinger because their inclusion was so obvious. But we mention a lot of others.) Got any you want to add? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to hear yours.
In this episode, Robert and Richard review the connections between Jimi Hendrix – The Beatles – Paul – and Linda. Songs include “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club Band” and “Hey Joe.” January 2016 is here and so is the Something About The Beatles 2016 calendar – get yours here The post 39: The Beatles and Jimi Hendrix appeared first on Something About The Beatles.
We’re back to start 2016 with another song under the microscope! In this episode we look at the 1964 song “I’ll Be Back,” a subtle and sophisticated John Lennon song. We discuss the lyrics, music, and recording process, and then check out a few interesting cover versions of the song. Enjoy!
This week, Ken, Alan, Al and Steve discuss how Beatles music was influenced by black musicians like Fats Domino and Chuck Berry. We’d love to hear your comments. Please email them to email@example.com or you can post them on our YouTube page. And thanks for listening!
In this Mythbusters episode of SATB, Richard and Robert examine an array of commonly believed stories about the Beatles that just don’t stand up to scrutiny. Songs include “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.” January 2016 is here and so is the Something About The Beatles 2016 calendar – get yours here The post 38: Beatles Myths appeared first on Something About The Beatles.
On this week’s “Things We Said Today,” Steve, Ken, Allan and Al welcome their special guest, author Anthony Robustelli, who talks about his book, “I Want to Tell You: The Definitive Guide to the Music of the Beatles, Volume 1: 1962 - 1963.” We also discuss the breaking news that day of the death of David Bowie and his connections to the Beatles. We’d love to hear your comments. Please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org or you can post them on our YouTube page. And thanks for listening!