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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. See acast.com/privacy for privacy a ...
 
We chat to amazing guests about their personal relationship with The Beatles, and discover how their lives and work have been influenced by the greatest band of them all. Guests include Adam Buxton, Jon Ronson, Mae Martin, Elis James, Josh Widdicombe, John Robins, Matthew E White, Kevin Eldon, Shaparak Khorsandi, Nish Kumar, Field Music and many more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
A Good Podcast About Bad Relationships. Every Wednesday and Sunday, Alicia and Stacie take you on a comedic ride through stories of marital misconduct and love gone wrong, blending biography, pop culture, history, and politics. "It’s one part Vanity Fair meets Town & Country, one part country music song—and an all-around good time." - The Atlantan. "Enjoying the juicy details of other people’s relationships is having a moment." Sunday Times Style Magazine (UK). "When this shameless show abou ...
 
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Liddypod

David Bedford and Paul Beesley

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Liddypod is the new podcast about The Beatles from their home city of Liverpool. We will be discussing all things Beatles and Liverpool, plus will have special features and exclusive interviews, as well as having some fun along the way.
 
The stories behind some of the most essential albums of all time, told by the artists who made them and Rolling Stone’s writers and editors. Each episode focuses on one album from the brand-new, updated version of Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums list, featuring fresh conversations with the people who made the music, classic interview audio and expert commentary. Episodes include the late Tom Petty on his solo classic Wildflowers, Taylor Swift talking about her career-changing 2012 album ...
 
Lij Shaw Interviews music producers, engineers, studio owners, and other professionals to bring you inspiring stories, tricks, and insights from the recording studio. So that you can take your recordings to the next level and become a rockstar of the recording studio yourself! - Guests: Vance Powell, Michael Beinhorn, Russell Wolff, Graham Cochrane, Joe Gilder, Björgvin Benediktsson, and many more...
 
Andrew Loog Oldham began doing PR for Little Richard, Bob Dylan and The Beatles before discovering, managing and producing The Rolling Stones from 1963-1967. He also launched England’s first indie label, Immediate Records. He then went “out to lunch” for 25 years, and upon his return wrote a 3 volume memoir, STONED, 2STONED & STONE FREE and was the lead radio personality on the the Underground Garage channel on SiriusXM for over 10 years. The Sounds and Vision podcast is Andrew's latest crea ...
 
Don’t miss legendary rocker Joe Walsh at this special event that marks the release of "Analog Man," his first album in 20 years. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer spent 10 years developing the material for the new album, helped along the way by friends like Ringo Starr and Jeff Lynne. Join us for a discussion with Joe about his life, his work, and his recording process.
 
Candid discussions with and about those behind the scenes in the music business including industry veterans representing the segments of: Musician, Design & Live. All three Music Buzzz Podcast hosts (Dane Clark, Hugh Syme & Andy Wilson) have spent their careers working with the biggest names in entertainment and have been, and still are, a fly on the wall.
 
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Final Sessions

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Final Sessions

Warner Chappell Music

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Every album tells a story. Introducing "Final Sessions," a new audio documentary series about music's most notable releases. The first season is a 4-part limited series detailing the long and fascinating narrative behind "Losst And Founnd," singer and songwriter Harry Nilsson's last album of new music. Known for timeless hits like "Everybody's Talkin'," "Gotta Get Up" (the theme to Netflix's "Russian Doll") and "Without You," Harry was working on his final album right up to his untimely deat ...
 
INTERSECT is a radio interview program that showcases interviews with musicians who were once/or still are prominent Christian music artist, discussing how their encounter with Christ not only influenced the direction and intent of their music, but also the direction and intent of their individual lives. The shows will be interesting, entertaining and inspirational as we learn how these musicians started, their experiences along the way and where they are now as artist and people. Aaron “The ...
 
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The Yellow Sub Sandwich

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The Yellow Sub Sandwich

A Somethin’ Else production for Apple Corps and Universal Music

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The Yellow Sub Sandwich is the official podcast to accompany and celebrate the 50th anniversary cinema re-release of the Beatles’ #YellowSubmarine movie. http://www.yellowsubmarine.film/#tickets Presented by music and movies expert Edith Bowman and movie critic Robbie Collin, this is a podcast with a difference; it comes in two parts: “before” and “after” - a bit to listen to before you see the movie and a bit for after. With great stories about the making of the movie and fresh insight into ...
 
One Sweet Dream provides a fresh take on the music, people, and narrative of the Beatles. This is the Beatles, through a new lens. The podcast includes 5 major series: (1) The Breakup Series: Revisiting the roots and causes of the Beatles' Breakup. (2) The Aftermath Series: Revisiting the events following the Beatles' Breakup. (3) The New Lens Series: Exploring key themes through interviews and deep dives. (4) The Get Back Series: Exploring all elements of the Get Back Documentary through a ...
 
'And the Losers Are' is a podcast where three failing screenwriters discuss Oscar nominated and prominent films, while drinking enough alcohol to make this seem like a good idea. Each season takes a look at a decade of film. In each episode we discuss each year's Best Picture nominees, as well as five movies that didn't quite make it, before deciding our winners and losers. If films, political incorrectness, foul humor, and excessive drinking is your thing, this is the podcast for you.
 
The latest Beatles news and thought-provoking discussion from veteran pioneer Beatles reporter Steve Marinucci, who established Abbeyrd’s Beatles Page, the first true Beatles news website online. Our contributing editor is Candy Leonard, the author of "Beatleness", an acclaimed book on Beatle fandom, . Send us your comments and questions at beatlesnewsdesk@gmail.com.
 
'Nights with Alice Cooper' airs on radio stations around the world 5 nights a week. Alice spends his nights spinning some great classic rock, interviewing rock stars, telling stories of his encounters with other rock legends, and commenting on everything from recent news to pop culture. This podcast offers recent segments featured in the show. Please note: These clips may not be rebroadcast without permission.
 
Welcome to Beatles City, the podcast that brings you the story of the band that shook the world from the place where it all began. Join us on a journey along the sandstone-lined streets of John Lennon’s childhood Woolton, into the Kensington living room-turned-recording studio where the Quarrymen cut their first record and down the steep steps into the Cavern’s cellar nightclub. This podcast is brought to you by the Liverpool Echo. Hosts Ellen Kirwin and Laura Davis.
 
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Edgar Winter is a musician, songwriter and record producer. He has a new album out now called “Brother Johnny” that is a tribute to his late brother Johnny Winter. The album includes a large list of stellar musicians including Joe Walsh, Taylor Hawkins, Michael McDonald, Ringo Starr, Billy Gibbons & many others. We discuss the new album, dealing wi…
 
The 1966/67 Series begins with a deep dive into the Maureen Cleave interviews—which were done for the Evening Standard in March 1966. Titled "How Does A Beatle Live" these exceptional profiles provide us with a rare glimpse into the world of the Beatles at a time when they were riding high! Episode one explores her piece on Ringo Starr. Diana is jo…
 
This week, Alicia shares the story of the pressure cooker first marriage of Beatles drummer Ringo Starr, while Stacie has the pressure cooker divorce of actor Jeremy Renner. Sponsors BEING Trans. Experience the world through the eyes of four transgender individuals living in Los Angeles. From Lemonada Media’s BEING Studios, BEING Trans is available…
 
Today we’ll hear Rick Rubin talk to one of his all-time favorite vocalists, Tom Jones. With his soulful baritone and unique interpretation of the American R&B and gospel, Jones became a mainstay at hip venues in London, New York and Las Vegas with now-timeless hits like “It’s Not Unusual,” and “Green Green Grass Of Home.” On today’s episode, Tom Jo…
 
In the Nineties, much of the conversation about hip-hop was dominated by the feud between the East and West Coasts. The South was putting out tons of incredible rap records too, but almost nobody was paying any attention to Portsmouth, Virginia. With 1997's "Supa Dupa Fly", Missy Elliott and Tim "Timbaland" Mosley changed that, and gave the world a…
 
The Black Moods are a modern classic rock band from Tempe, Arizona. Their last album “Sunshine” spawned 4 songs in the top 30 billboard rock charts. Their latest album “Into the Night” is out June 3rd and sounds killer. We discuss the new album in detail, plus singing with Robby Krieger of the Doors, their stellar cover of “Old Man Down the Road”, …
 
It's November 1980, and John & Yoko's new LP Double Fantasy is inching up the charts. Reviews were mixed to start, but no one (critic or fan alike) could deny that it was a relief to have new John Lennon material after so many years of musical silence. The album's lead-off single (Just Like) Starting Over had cracked the top 20 on both sides of the…
 
This week, we're pulling two sorta-topical stories from the Patreon vault. First up, Stacie brings the debut installment of "Trashy Justice" from back in September 2020 with the story of perhaps the worst Supreme Court justice in the nation's history, James Clark McReynolds. Then, Alicia has a fascinating and frightening charismatic Russian influen…
 
Official Five Timer’s Club Member On the ‘Cast tonight is a great friend and wonderful writer, Richard Paolinelli, here to talk about book two in the Starquest 4th. Age Adventure Series: Galen’s Blade. This book has everything a reader wanted in a sequel; terse precise writing that advances a gripping story quickly and efficiently with wonderful en…
 
My guest today is Eric Bazilian, an original member of The Hooters, producer, and musician writing and recording with other artists liken Cyndi Lauper, Joan Osborne, The Scorpions, Ricky Martin, Jonatha Brooke, Leanne Rymes, and William Wittman to name just a few. Eric has been a guest on the podcast on episode RSR122 to talk about his start in mus…
 
Chuck Wright is a bass guitarist who has played with Quiet Riot, Alice Cooper, Giuffria and many others. He has a new solo album out now titled “Sheltering Sky” that features a long list of stellar musicians including Jeff Scott Soto, Scotti Hill, Troy Lucketta, and Derek Sherinian. We discuss all this in the interview plus Axl Rose in the bathroom…
 
Sometimes we all need a little musical interlude, and today seemed like a wonderful day to have Atlanta's Michelle Malone on to share a few tunes and tell us about her new album, 1977. Michelle has been a fixture in the American roots music scene for more than 30 years, and 1977 evolved while she and her collaborators were navigating the strange wo…
 
Today we’re talking to Stuart Murdoch and Stevie Jackson from the Scottish folk-pop band, Belle & Sebastian. After seven years, the indie pop band is releasing their ninth studio album, their first in seven years – A Bit of Previous. The album was recorded in Belle & Sebastian’s hometown of Glasgow, after plans to record in LA fell through because …
 
In this special holiday episode of Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums, our new podcast on Amazon Music, we delve into 1963's "A Christmas Gift for You From Phil Spector", an album that changed the way we look at holiday music. In 2019, Rolling Stone named it the best Christmas album of all time. A labor of love that pulled together all the top gir…
 
This week, Alicia brings us the story of comedian Steve Harvey's two divorces, including the seemingly bizarre litigation brought by his second wife a decade after their split. Then Stacie covers the difficult 11-year marriage (but happy post-marriage) of actors Courteney Cox and David Arquette. Sponsors BEING Trans. Experience the world through th…
 
Our first guest is Alex Shvartsman here to talk about his first book in “The Conradverse”, The Middling Affliction. This book is a kind of interweaving urban fantasy which is based in New York City and emcompasses mythos, monsters, various religions, the druids and a dash of paranormal organized crime. It’s a great thriller and we get a chance to t…
 
Dr. Donald Hoffman is cognitive psychologist and science author. He studies consciousness, visual perception and evolutionary psychology using mathematical models and psychophysical experiments. His book “The Case Against Reality” challenges whether what we perceive is really reality or an interface we are using. We discuss all this in the episode …
 
My guest today is Bill Cheney co-owner with Jim Romney of Spectra1964. Bill designs mic pre amps, eqs, and compressor limiters for studios following in the footsteps of William Dilley who founded the original Spectra Sonics company in 1964. Bill has been a guest on the podcast before to talk about the history of Spectra Sonics and Spectra 1964 on e…
 
ABOUT SIMON KIRKE: Legendary English rock drummer Simon Kirke is most known for his work with both Free and Bad Company. He has been the only continuous member of Bad Company since the band's inception and they have sold 40 million albums worldwide. Simon has played on some of the biggest rock radio songs of all time ranging from "All Right Now" to…
 
Roger Joseph Manning Jr. is an amazingly talented keyboardist, singer and songwriter. He has released music with Jellyfish, Imperial Drag, his own solo career and most recently with two of his Jellyfish bandmates as The Lickerish Quartet. He has also recorded and/or toured with Beck, Morrissey, Ringo Starr, P!nk, Blink 182, Roger Waters and many mo…
 
Sharing a sneak preview of Pushkin's new podcast Not Lost, a show about finding yourself in places you’ve never been. Host Brendan Francis Newnam takes us around the world, learning about new places by getting invited to a stranger’s house for dinner. From New Orleans to Mexico City, Brendan and his guests drink, dance, and eat, learning as much ab…
 
There's been a spate of incidents of people rushing stages to attack celebrities lately, but fortunately for actress and filmmaker Olivia Wilde, the person who recently interrupted her CinemaCon presentation was a process server armed only with a manila envelope. It prompted Stacie to travel back to simpler days, when Olivia and Ted Lasso's Jason S…
 
In the newest episode of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums, we dive into Lucinda Williams' 1998 masterpiece "Car Wheels on a Gravel Road," an album that helped define modern roots music and got Williams' long-overdue recognition as one of America's greatest songwriters. The album took six years, three producers, and some label drama to make, but …
 
Jack Carr is a New York Times bestselling author, former Navy SEAL, and host of the Danger Close podcast. His first book “The Terminal List” has been turned in to a series on Amazon Prime starring Chris Pratt. His latest book, “In The Blood” will be out May 17th everywhere. 00:00 - Intro 01:02 - Terminal List TV Show & Chris Pratt 08:30 - Grassroot…
 
It's fall, 1980 and all four former Beatles are buzzing with musical activity. In September Ringo Starr resumed sessions on his upcoming You Can't Fight Lightning LP at Cherokee Sound Studios, laying down cuts such as "Brandy" and seeking the commercial resurgence that had alluded him for nearly 5 years. Paul McCartney, meanwhile, reconvened his ba…
 
This week, Stacie takes a peek at the two marriages, and workplace conduct, of former Fox News personality Kimberly Guilfoyle, while Alicia tells the tale of Kevin Costner's $80 million divorce, and apparently epic midlife crisis. Sponsors BEING Trans. Experience the world through the eyes of four transgender individuals living in Los Angeles. From…
 
In tonight’s ‘Cast, we get a surprise guest and get to spend the time with Mickey Mikkelson, Owner and Operator of Creative Edge Publicity, a company that Sci Fi Saturday Night has forged at strategic alliance with over the past four years. We met Mickey when one of our friends/favorite authors mentioned us to him, he listened to us and the rest is…
 
My guest today is Matt Baxley, better known to the wider world as Moot Booxlé, a multi-instrumentalist, singer, producer, composer, synthesist, teacher, and funk connoisseur currently based in Fort Myers, Florida. Moot rose to prominence in the early days of YouTube with his videos demonstrating his abilities on the modular synthesizer and the talk…
 
Joel Hoekstra is the guitar player for Whitesnake, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Joel Hoekstra's 13 and most recently the group "Iconic" (with Michael Sweet of Stryper). In Joel's second appearance on the show we discuss all his groups plus rock n roll fantasy camp, band lineup changes, gratitude, Chicago sports and more! 00:00 - Intro 00:59 - Download…
 
This week, Alicia tackles the relationship and eventual breakup of actors Hugh Grant and Elizabeth Hurley, and takes us back to that magical night in 1995 when Hugh Grant changed the trajectory of a Los Angeles sex worker named Divine Brown's life. Sponsors BEING Trans. Experience the world through the eyes of four transgender individuals living in…
 
Pete Evick has been the guitar player for the Bret Michaels solo band for the last 19 years. He recently released two new solo songs- a cover of" 99 Red Balloons" & an original song titled "My Best Days." In this episode we discuss working with Bret Michaels, the solo songs, nuclear war, Ford Motors, Van Halen, Pete almost joining Buckcherry and mo…
 
Here's a special episode from Talk Easy, another podcast in the Pushkin portfolio. Talk Easy is a weekly interview podcast, where writer Sam Fragoso invites actors, writers, activists, and musicians to come to the table and speak from the heart in ways you probably haven't heard from them before. Driven by research, curiosity, and compassion, he ha…
 
In the first episode of Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums, we tackle one of hip-hop’s most important albums: Public Enemy’s 1988 political-rap masterpiece "It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back", which landed at Number 15 on the magazine’s all-new 500 Greatest Albums list. In this episode, Public Enemy frontman Chuck D and producer Hank S…
 
In this ‘Cast we get to talk with David M. Kelly about a spin off from a series of his Joe Ballen books. The first book in the Logan’s World series (see above) continues on worldbuilding in a near future. The beauty of this is Kelly’s meticulous attention to detail without going into technological detail allowing the story to flow and characters to…
 
John and Yoko are back in the studio moving a mile a minute to produce not one, but TWO comeback records, after their 5 year long hiatus. The studio time was vastly different from prior recordings, as booze and drugs were limited and Sean was brought in from time to time to check in on the recordings and add to the familial atmosphere. Paul McCartn…
 
My guest today is Trent Jones, a podcast producer, editor, and composer based in Chattanooga, TN. He has produced over 1,000 podcast episodes in a wide variety of formats and topics, as well as a number of audiobooks. As a composer, he has written bumpers and music beds for podcasts and midroll advertisements. Trent is also a strength and condition…
 
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