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Weekly radio talk show about John Lennon & The Beatles with guest authors, musicians, and experts from The Beatles World hosted by Jude Southerland Kessler, author of The John Lennon Series, http://www.johnlennonseries.com
 
John, Paul, George and Ringo are the most legendary music group in the world with their hits known by people of all ages. We've raided the Absolute Radio archive to bring you some classic interviews. Subscribe because we'll be adding more over the coming weeks and months.
 
Britain's Finest is one of the most authentic Beatles tribute band to emerge in the last 20 years. Based in Hollywood, California this "All-Star" cast has been rapidly gaining both national and international attention with their hauntingly accurate recreation of all the iconic eras in The Beatles history. The show can be tailored to suit your preference from 30 minutes to 2 full hours. You can choose from their various costumes such as the "Mop Top", Sgt. Pepper's or the Abbey Road / Let It ...
 
The yesterday and today podcast is a fan-made, not for profit, just for fun compilation of chronological source materials as they pertain to the Beatles. This show is in no way affiliated with Apple Corps, nor any organization connected to John, Paul, George or Ringo in any way... though we do consider ourselves premiere members of the Bungalow Bill fun club. So kick back, turn off your mind, relax and download the stream...we hope you will enjoy the show.
 
Robert Whitaker, credited for shooting the Beatles in the most formative stages of their career, brought his very rare and large collection of fine art prints for an exhibition in our New York Gallery. Robert recounts the story behind the controversial “Butcher” cover for the Capitol Records release of Here, There and Everywhere among others. This video and the show include images of The Beatles as well as members John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr.
 
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Veteran DJ Tony Peters has been interviewing musicians for over 20 years. His official site (www.iconfetch.com) has become a great resource for info on the Legends of Music: album reviews, concert dates, CD release dates and more.
 
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May Pang shares her years of life experience in the music business, as well as the time she spent with John Lennon, the Beatles, and many other legendary musicians. May is also an author, pop-asian culture webzine publisher and Feng Shui jewelry designer.May's co-host, Cynthia Neilson, is a writer, and a former stuntwoman and casting director.
 
Our special topics include the Holy Grail Mysteries, investigating the life of Jesus, past lives with him, and the truth of his mission, which is vastly different than the story presented in religion.The Ascension Series is another topic of interest for our listeners and we bring world teachers to this forum to discuss the personal and planetary aspects of ascension as it is occurring now on the planet! - Ancient Mysteries and Sites - Goddess and Divine Feminine - Angel Messages from Marcia ...
 
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---> Bom dia você que chegou até aqui. Infelizmente o Diário do Menestrel está em hiato permanente. Eu estou trabalhando agora somente no podcast Casos e Causos hospedado lá no Mundopodcast.com.br. Vai lá e escuta o Casos e Causos. Se você está aqui aposto que irá gostar. Bom.. mas como eu parei de pagar o plano pró do soundcloud, eu tive que limitar a quantidade de tempo de episódios postados em 3h, que é o tempo limite para as contas grátis. Então eu substitui os episódios que eu achava me ...
 
Sam Taylor-Wood is a London based artist who has exhibited her work in galleries across the world to great acclaim. Join Sam as she discusses her first feature film, Nowhere Boy, the untold story of John Lennon's childhood. Nowhere Boy is in theatres on Boxing Day in the UK.
 
Matt Waters is a singer-songwriter from New York City. His songs range from character studies of the contemporary American to intimate explorations of love. A writer of fiction, he attempts to meld the musical and literary realms through detailed lyricism. He has been particularly inspired by the likes of Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Billy Corgan, Mike Scott, Isaac Brock, David Bowie, Tupac Shakur, Elliott Smith, Patti Smith, Nicole Atkins, Damien Rice and Bruce Springsteen. As a guitar player ...
 
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​Guest, Heidi Bright, an aggressive end-stage cancer survivor knows the terror and powerlessness of a difficult diagnosisBy marciadi@newwavecomm.net (Marcia McMahon).
 
It’s a new year and the Beatles are back in the studio. Mere weeks following the release of their titanic eponymous double album (now colloquially dubbed “the white album” after it’s all-white outer packaging) the band was once again called together with another big idea from Paul. The goal? To rehearse a brand new album of new songs, film the ...…
 
1968 was another year of drastic transformation for The Beatles, and by December the group was ready to take a breath and let the world continue to absorb their new double album. Apple's biggest success story, Mary Hopkin, was back in the studio with Paul preparing a full length LP to follow-up on the massive hit single Those Were The Days, and ...…
 
It's November of 1968 and the world is soaking in the new double album by The Beatles! While most the tracks on the new record were quite accessible, some baffled (and continue to baffle) listeners and challenged the limits of pop music. John Lennon's Revolution trifecta is a an experiment in sound unmatched by any other Beatles recording. Fans ...…
 
Numbers, Colors & Music Episode 25 The new Beatles double album is here! On November 22nd, 1968 the band released their 9th full­ length studio recording, the self­-titled behemoth colloquially known as "The White Album". The follow­-up to Sgt. Pepper was a dramatic departure from the acid­ drenched sound paintings of the year prior and offered ...…
 
Episode 24 October 13, 1968 through November 21, 1968 It's the fall of 1968 and TWO Beatles solo albums are on the way. George Harrison holds the honor of the first solo record released by a Beatle (if we're not counting the Family Way soundtrack by Paul two years prior) with Wonderwall. Wonderwall is­ a soundtrack album chockfull of jams and e ...…
 
September 16, 1968 through October 11, 1968 With Ringo back in the group and Hey Jude continuing its domination on the charts, The Beatles made one last push to wrap their ambitious double album project in time for a holiday release. A hallmark of the sessions was the diversity of song style, with the band recording tender ballads like I Will, ...…
 
Guest, Mysteries of Jesus and the Magdalene with Margaret StarbirdBy marciadi@newwavecomm.net (Marcia McMahon).
 
August 22nd, 1968 is a landmark day in Beatles history: the day a member of the biggest band on the planet...quit. The Beatles' double album sessions were growing more tense by the day, and in the dog days of the summer of 1968 tensions finally boiled over. Accounts of what specifically happened vary; some claim it was a clash with Paul McCartn ...…
 
Once upon a time...or maybe twice...it was the summer of 1968! The so-called "summer of love" was in full swing as the Beatles continued work on their ambitious new double album project. From Paul's raucous "Helter Skelter", to John's vicious "Sexy Sadie", the Lennon-McCartney songwriting duo continued to dominate and the double album was looki ...…
 
Test arc storyBy marciadi@newwavecomm.net (Marcia McMahon).
 
It's June 1968 and The Beatles' double album is finally taking shape. Kicking things off this month was the very first all-original composition by Ringo Starr, a years-in-the-making honky tonk number called Don't Pass Me By. And the Beatles wouldn't pass it by, spending as much time and energy on Ringo's first track as they had for any of those ...…
 
It's April 1968 and The Beatles are back from India and open for business with a new company: APPLE. The concept of Apple Corps began as a clever way to reinvest money into creative endeavors, rather than pay it all to the taxman...but it soon blossomed into, as Paul put it, a type of "western communism" that sought to change the world of pop m ...…
 
Luis and Anthony are being interviewed for Bundy, The Podcast, about their upcoming Fellow Robot Album, The Robot's Guide to Music, Vol. 1.
 
Guest, James MurrayBy marciadi@newwavecomm.net (Marcia McMahon).
 
It was a long road to Rishikesh, but in the spring of 1968 The Beatles had finally arrived. Eager for a much-needed holiday and in search of spiritual regeneration, they found themselves in India on the foothills of the Himalayas with the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi for an extended seminar in transcendental meditation ("TM"). TM was an effective alte ...…
 
It's 1968! After a year of incredible highs and dizzying lows, The Beatles took on the new year with energy and enthusiasm. The boys entered the studio to record rockers, pop tunes and ballads that would be counted among their very finest, as well as a segment for the upcoming Yellow Submarine film still in development. Macca's ode to Fats Domi ...…
 
Roll up! Roll up for the epic finale to 1967! The year that changed so much in the lives of The Beatles would continue its transformative effects in the fall and winter, with new music, a new film, a solo project and a new business venture all happening at once. The boys' latest single, Hello Goodbye, would dominate the charts in November and s ...…
 
Still riding high on the critical and commercial success that Sgt. Pepper brought, the Beatles entered the so-called "summer of love" as the spokespeople for their generation. Beloved by both fan and critic alike, John, Paul, George and Ringo took to the biggest audience of their career, representing Great Britain in the worldwide telecast "Our ...…
 
We're back with a detailed look at side B of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band! To open the second half of the record, George Harrison picks up where he left of on Revolver's "Love You, Too" with the Indian-influenced "Within You, Without You". A moody choice for the otherwise bright record, George's exercise in writing western pop for east ...…
 
At long last, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band has arrived! It's the spring of 1967 and The Beatles have unleashed their eight LP on the world -- and the reactions are pouring in: "ALL HAIL SGT PEPPER!" While many would argue that song-for-song, Revolver was a stronger effort, Pepper tapped into the cultural zeitgeist like no other pop rec ...…
 
Guest, ​Dr Linda Seger - Reflections with God while Waiting to Be HealedBy marciadi@newwavecomm.net (Marcia McMahon).
 
Is the world ready for the "new" Beatles?" After the successful, but comparatively disappointing commercial debut of their new sound courtesy of the Penny Lane/Strawberry Fields Forever single, the band put readied their final touches on the LP considered at the time to be their masterpiece. Well, at least Paul McCartney and producer George Mar ...…
 
It's a new year for the Beatles, and with it a new album in the works. After half a decade of nearly non-stop live performances, the band were at last able to enjoy the fruits of their fame, and the freedom to experiment in bold new directions. But the real question was, would the public follow them in those bold new directions? Penny Lane and ...…
 
The Beatles may have been riding high on the critical and commercial success of Revolver, but a tour of the tumultuous United States was in full swing, and danger loomed large around every corner. Manager Brian Epstein's attempt to quell the outrage from the American public over remarks from John Lennon that the group was more popular than Jesu ...…
 
Turmoil may have followed the Beatles on tour, but in the studio the band reached its zenith with their 7th and perhaps finest LP ever: Revolver. While Sgt. Pepper nearly a year later tends to be remembered as their greatest achievement, it's on Revolver where the combined efforts of John, Paul, George and Ringo shine the brightest and in the m ...…
 
Guest, James MurrayBy marciadi@newwavecomm.net (Marcia McMahon).
 
It's the summer of 1966, and for four scruffs from the mean streets of one of Great Britain's most raucous port cities...it's good to be the kings. But the uninterrupted reign of the Beatles was bound to have a breaking point, and as the group kicks off their 3rd major world tour, they're about to find theirs. To kick of their tour, the band en ...…
 
It's 1966! Join the Yesterday & Today podcast as we enter perhaps the single most transformative year in the history of The Beatles, the year that would bring us butcher covers, final live performances, tomorrows that never know and strawberry fields forever. This week we cover January through June of 1966, wherein we find the Beatles hard at w ...…
 
The year 1965 was one of the busiest, most ground-breaking and prolific years in the Beatles' career; second, perhaps only to the madness of 1964 - and it's not over yet! In the final weeks of December, the band's sixth studio album, Rubber Soul, would cement the group as more than a simple pop-rock combo, but as musicians that would continuall ...…
 
The Beatles had once again triumphantly returned to Britain after a whirlwind tour of North America...but the break in activity wouldn't last long. By September, EMI was quick to remind the boys that they needed a new LP for the Christmas season, so once again John, Paul, George and Ringo returned to the studio to pull a record out of thin air. ...…
 
It's the summer of 1965, and The Beatles are conquering North America...again! With a number one movie, a number one single and a number one album on all the charts, John, Paul, George and Ringo's popularity showed no signs of decay more than a year into their planetary super-stardom, and on their return to America in August they continued to d ...…
 
Guest, Patricia CoriBy marciadi@newwavecomm.net (Marcia McMahon).
 
Everyone could use a little "HELP!", and the Beatles are about the unleash it around the world! It's the release of their second feature film, the plot-laden romp that puts Beatle Ringo in a world of trouble - and the threetles set to defend their bound buddy. But that's not all the summer months of '65 had to offer, the LP release of the film' ...…
 
Take a ticket to ride with the Yesterday and Today podcast as we roll up into the spring of 1965! The Beatles' feverish pace that started the year somehow ramped up even higher, as each of the four Beatles found new breakthroughs in sound, song craft and experimentation. The group was finishing the filming of their sophomore film release, recen ...…
 
Peaceful Planet with Marcia McMahonGuest, James Duignam, author of Solar ReturnBy marciadi@newwavecomm.net (Marcia McMahon).
 
This is the story of The Beatles, in the words of those who were there both then, and now. Since their inception, the world's most famous band has been written about and reflected upon, both from a musicological and sociological lens. Moments became stories, stories became tales, and tales became legends over the last 50+ years -- making the tr ...…
 
Guest, Richard Gordon, author of Quantum TouchBy marciadi@newwavecomm.net (Marcia McMahon).
 
Test arc storyBy marciadi@newwavecomm.net (Marcia McMahon).
 
Guest, James MurrayBy marciadi@newwavecomm.net (Marcia McMahon).
 
In studio, Rob and Luis welcome the amazing songwriter, Anthony Pedroza. Anthony and Luis have been working on a new band called Fellow Robot. They discuss Anthony's start in music, his ex band, Mr. Moonshine. They also discuss the start of Fellow Robot and the many amazing Long Beach musicians that have come to the studio to record with Anthon ...…
 
The Prodigal Son returns! Robert and Luis welcome BF founding member, Tyson Kelly, in studio. They discuss Tyson's musical start and his longtime original band, King Washington. They also discuss his start in the Beatle biz, the start and decline of (the precursor tribute band) Abbey Road, the beginning of Britain's Finest, and his future in th ...…
 
Rob, Ben, and Louie discuss what they've been up to the last year, since the last podcast.
 
The guys discuss listener comments, and why this is their last podcast, ever! Finito!
 
Guest, Esther Clyne aka Queen LadybugBy marciadi@newwavecomm.net (Marcia McMahon).
 
Guest, Catherine CorgornoBy marciadi@newwavecomm.net (Marcia McMahon).
 
Guest, Tricia McCannonBy marciadi@newwavecomm.net (Marcia McMahon).
 
Guest James MurrayBy marciadi@newwavecomm.net (Marcia McMahon).
 
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