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Beatles podcast. A jaunty stroll through Pepperland discussing The Beatles & solo Beatle albums with a pot pourri of delicious guests. The I am the EggPod podcasts aim to bring a lighthearted side to the Beatles (and solo Beatles) studio albums, with a series of amazing guests. If you’re after facts, figures, numbers and data, then you may wish to explore other podcasts. These podcasts are the equivalent of sitting in a pub, chatting and chewing the fat. The shows are hosted by Chris Shaw wh ...
 
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.
 
50 years on, the world is still in love with The Beatles. Join Nothing Is Real hosts Jason Carty & Steven Cockcroft as they continue the never-ending conversation about the greatest band the world has ever known. Each episode puts a tiny piece of the Beatles story under the microscope to try and make sense of it all. Coming at you live, on tape, from Dublin. Fortnightly. 414227
 
Welcome to Take It Away: The Complete Paul McCartney Archive Podcast. Ryan Brady and Chris Mercer walk through every single Paul McCartney solo release from 1970 to present day. If you’re interested in The Beatles, Wings, or Paul McCartney the solo artist, you’ve come to the right place. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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.
 
Musician and self-described Beatles fanatic Jonathan Pretus ranked the entire recorded catalog of the Beatles, because he's a big, big nerd. Then he decided to make a podcast to talk with other people and learn about their connection with The Beatles' music. Tune in as Jonathan and his guests, joined by his co-host/wife Julia (a more level-headed, casual fan) discuss the rankings, what they think makes each song so great (or not-so-great), and see if it really is a fool's errand to try and r ...
 
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 ...
 
The Podcast Network for Music Lovers! Find all the shows here: Rock N Roll Archaeology, History in Five Songs with Martin Popoff, Tripping on My Roots, Dad Bod Rap Pod, Rock n Roll Librarian, Muses, Art of Rock, Festival Nation, Vinyl Snob, Rock Candy, Is It Rolling Bob? Talking Dylan, Rock's Backpages, Goldmine, Pamela Des Barres' Pajama Party, Who Cares About the Rock Hall?, The Career Musician, The Band: A History, No Filler, Make It Stop!, Shout it Out Loudcast, Deeper Digs, Side Jams, I ...
 
Kinks and Beats is a daily look at two of the greatest musical acts of all time. Every day, host Tony Frye will tackle one song from The Beatles or The Kinks and discuss aspects related to music theory, cultural impact, or just his own thoughts about the song. Listeners are encouraged to call in to the show and leave a voicemail about their favorite/least favorite tracks for inclusion in future episodes.
 
With two hours of rare and underrated songs of the past, how else would you want to spend the first and last nights of the work week? What’s old to us, is new to you. For new episodes of Songs From the Basement, check back here on Podomatic every Monday and Friday morning @ 8 AM to hear the latest and greatest show. Turn off your mind, relax, and float down the grooves with Stuart Held on Songs From The Basement!
 
Listen every week as The Vinyl Junkie rummages through his personal vinyl junkyard to explore the weird, wild, wacky, and always wonderful world of wax. You will hear everything from pop to punk. From Elvis Presley to Elvis Costello. From The Flamin' Groovies To Frank Sinatra. It's memories, magic and mayhem, every week, here on The Snap, Crackle & Pop Vinyl Hour.
 
Friends from the Los Angeles comedy scene discuss the Beatles, an album at a time. We have no reason to, nor any special qualifications. We just want to because we're obsessed with the band, like any rational human. TOPICS INCLUDE: Reasons we love them! Stories we've read! Opinions we hold! Excitement we cannot contain! THE BEATLES!
 
Everybody has that one thing they were obsessed with when they were kids. The thing that was THEIR thing. This is a show where Alan Maguire, Sarah Maria Griffin, and Ellen Tannam invite interesting people to tell them all about their thing, how they felt about it then, and how they feel about it now. It's nice, you'll like it.
 
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Hello Beatleteers......Yes that's our name for anyone who still love this band, and can't get enough of there music. Well This is a special show and yes on the third Wednesday of every month we will have a new Beatle concept or related to the Beatles, it should be a fun experience.So on this show we will be playing music from the Beatles, solo Beat…
 
Paul McCartney and John Lennon are, inarguably, two of the greatest songwriters of all time. On this episode, we tackle what may be the most inconsequential songs they penned during their time as Beatles. These songs also show the different paths they'd found themselves on in 1969...Paul, able to be fully self-sufficient on his own, creating on whi…
 
Ethan Alexanian (Fans on the Run) joins the show this week and next as we continue our look at "The Beatles Anthology" as it appeared on ABC in 1995. This week we continue with part 2 (from the Wednesday Night), which begins with the 1964 August American tour and carry through to The Beatles at Shea Stadium.…
 
For SATB's 200th episode (more or less), we're doing something special: returning with guest photographer/writer Ethan Russell, one of this most storied individuals in rock history through his iconic visual documentation of The Beatles, the Rolling Stones and The Who, to name three (scores more as well). Ethan was the official rock photographer of …
 
A Moog Synth, an electric Spinet, Ringo as a metronome and heroin. These ingredients lead us to another Beatles classic. This is the only Beatles song that uses a flat second. A rare occurrence in pop music. Probably all influenced by Yoko. This is a snobby Beatles song. You know, in a good ‘musically snobby’ way. Don’t attempt this one live withou…
 
The Rock N Roll Archaeologist goes back to the Beatles well with author Ken McNab, who’s new book examines the last days of the Fab Four. It’s called ‘And in the End: The Last Days of the Beatles’. Ken and Christian go through the details and the aftermath of demise of perhaps the single greatest cultural phenomenon of the 20th Century. Ken McNab's…
 
In episode 326 of Things We Said Today – the first of two collaborative podcasts with our friends at Two Legs – Tom Hunyadi and Andy Nicholes join Ken Michaels and Darren DeVivo to discuss what we want in future archival releases from the Beatles, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. (The next episode, on Three Legs’s turf, will discuss ou…
 
The Cavern Club gets credit for launching the Beatles, but it's also the victim of tons of rumors and myths. So we enlisted the help of Liverpool's own Dale Roberts. Dale runs social media for the Cavern, and gives tours of the club and city via the famous Magical Mystery Tour, to help set the record straight once and for all! _________________ VIR…
 
The Rock n Roll Archaeologist does some actual digging with the help of two veteran journalists, Bryan Reesman and Jeff Slate, as they discuss two recent re-releases from the rock n roll golden age, 1965’s POP GEAR and 1973’s That’ll Be the Day. Without a doubt one of the most ambitious pop group films ever produced, POP GEAR features Britain's top…
 
John Doe is a living rock’n’roll legend. Along with co-founding X, the driving force of the early LA punk scene, he’s had an incredible solo career as a musician and actor. With co-author Tom De Savia and friends, his books 'Under The Big Black Sun' and 'More Fun In The New World' are definitive first-person accounts of the Los Angeles Music scene …
 
Meet the man who lived in Two Different Worlds... Most everyone knows the Rat Pack. What they may not know are the human stories behind the glitz and glam. This week, Rock N Roll heaven unwraps one of the pack's most remarkable and unique voices.. LD takes the helm on the life, times, and struggles from the Vaudeville stage to Hollywood stardom. Se…
 
What makes a song great? Kirk Hamilton is the guy to ask. A few years ago, a friend asked him to use his vast musical knowledge to explain why Toto's "Africa" is so special, which led Kirk down a path to his Strong Songs podcast, where he deconstructs songs in glorious detail; he's covered tunes by Michael Jackson, Fleetwood Mac, and even the Hamil…
 
We're back again to tease your brain and test your metal with Reverse Beat the Geek Week! Reverse? Well, this time we're switching it up as Chris Czynszak hosts the festivities this time as three DBG VIPs from Patreon take on Aaron Camaro in the only game show that goes to eleven! Will Aaron claim the new crown? Will the contestants beat our favori…
 
Look out mama, there's a podcast comin' down the river. It's Live Rust! And we've got our buds Saralyn and Nick joining us to live meme the whole thing! Since they're 87 percent the same - we also dive heavily into the Rust Never Sleeps movie during this episode as well. We bounce around more than usual on this one. It's not as chronological as mos…
 
We are lucky enough to spend an evening with producer and chef, Ted Niceley. Ted talks about issues flying, working with artists like Tommy Keene, Fugazi, Shudder To Think, Girls Against Boys, The Dead Milkmen, & so many more. He also tells us about some lesser known bands that you should know about like New Rising Sons, Future Kings of Spain, & Ba…
 
It's time to come in with another heavy hitter in the world of music! The Ramones are a beloved part of rock history, but they weren't always viewed that way. From the very beginning, their career was filled with bumps and challenges. But they continued to work hard to create a sound that we hadn't really heard before. In this part we give you the …
 
A never before published interview with Robert Pollard (Guided By Voices) from 1995 In the interview, Pollard talks about: - His creative time of the day - Upcoming records to be released - Working with Matador Records - What makes him happy - Giving hope to all other garage musicians - The collectability of his records and “hoarding” a few himself…
 
In Episode 64, Martin asks, is it 'NWOBHM or not?' in these five songs: 1. Judas Priest – “Never Satisfied” 2. Motörhead – “I’ll Be Your Sister” 3. Gillan – “Roller” 4. Def Leppard – “On Through the Night” 5. Iron Maiden – “Sun and Steel” To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.com This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts…
 
Some bands take time to develop a unique sound, but Queen sounded like Queen right from the beginning. "Keep Yourself Alive" was the opening track on their first album, and it contains all the requisite Queen elements: the heavy riffs & orchestrated guitars, the vocal harmonies, dramatic musical shifts and Freddie's powerhouse voice. The band would…
 
Sam Whiles from the 'Paul or Nothing' podcast joins me for a 'swapcast' freeform discussion about the ever-fascinating and endlessly dissected relationship between the 2 chief Beatles. There's a link to Sam's show belowEnjoy!Feedback to glassonionpod@yahoo.comFacebook page-www.facebook.com/glassonionjlpodTwitter pagetwitter.com/OnionLennonyou tube …
 
In this week's episode, we invite cult meta-comedian and out-there-music connoisseur Stewart Lee to discuss the new documentary he's made about Prefects/Nightingales legend Robert Lloyd. Stewart also pitches in on RBP's new audio interview, a 1991 conversation 'twixt the late Andy Gill and everyone's favourite choirboy-voiced Commie Robert Wyatt. I…
 
The Conductor Effect is a celebration of the emotional contagion between orchestra and conductor. And for good measure it tells the story of an orchestral practical joke gone awry. Richard Gibbs: http://www.richardgibbs.com/ Armory of Harmony is a registered 501(c)3 non profit organization that gives decommissioned guns a new purpose & supports str…
 
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