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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
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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!
 
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 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.
 
The Age Old Question is a podcast for the music fan who has ever debated music's unanswerables. Each episode tackles another debate in music fandom ("Is D Minor the saddest of all keys?" "Why do people hate the Eagles?"...). Rich Price and Clint Bierman host and call on friends and experts to help settle them once and for all.
 
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Country music always played a part in The Beatles' story, more so than it probably gets credit for. Cavern and Hamburg sets featured covers of songs from the likes of Chet Atkins and Carl Perkins, while George's early lead style is massively influenced by them as well, all the way down to his choice of guitar. Ringo's love of country ends up with h…
 
Host Nate Wilcox talks to historian Erin Torkelson Weber about the meta-narrative of Beatles history. Weber is the first to apply the methods of modern historiography to the books about The Beatles in her book "The Beatles and the Historians: An Analysis of Writings about the Fab Four." Join us for a lively discussion of the four major narratives t…
 
The Age Old Question is a podcast for music fans. Rich Price and Clint Bierman dive into another long-simmering debate. This week: what makes the Beatles the greatest band of all-time? This episode is part 1, where Rich and Clint begin to explore the ingredients in the Beatles' "secret sauce" (e.g. John's cynicism vs Paul's optimism, background voc…
 
By popular demand, we review the 1970 Beatles compilation album, Hey Jude (The Beatles Again), which was a huge hit particularly in the US. This album features songs not available on standard US album releases, and is a good listen, but Dave and Chris discuss the album's strengths and weaknesses. Chris also laments several times that he no longer h…
 
Between the box sets, film soundtracks and compilations, there have been over a dozen repackagings of John Lennon on CD. This week, Antony Rotunno (Glass Onion, On John Lennon) joins the show as we start our consideration of these collections as we start to consider "Gimme Some Truth" (or as "Friends" might call it: "The one from 2020")…
 
The only songwriting team to challenge the Lennon-McCartney for the number of big hits in the '60s. Eddie and Brian Holland (of Motown Fame's Holland-Dozier-Holland) talk about their love of The Beatles and how they started in music. We also discuss what the world of Motown was like compared to that of the British Invasion...it's a fun ride and I A…
 
We brought notes for this one! Another of John’s great songs with an odd time signature. Featuring blistering bass, a killer John Lennon guitar solo, wicked drums and Billy Preston. The first song recorded for the Abbey Road album, I Want You (She’s So Heavy) gets high marks from Billy and Jay. This episode dives into Trident Studios, Billy Preston…
 
It's Johnny's (80th) birthday, and we're celebrating with a look at John Lennon's New York City. Join us on a virtual tour of some of the places and events that influenced the last decade of his life and made him an iconic part of NYC culture. Plus: lots of John feels on this milestone birthday, an update on our monthly giveaway, and the strange ta…
 
As you may recall: back in July, SATB featured the first part of a conversation covering The Beatles in the studio in 1968, during the White Album sessions and just before. Here's the continuation, featuring SATB semi-regular Luther Russell (singer-songwriter/producer/performing artist). As always, the talk goes where it goes, covering a lot of Bea…
 
The Beatles Psychedelic Songbook 1966-72 cover versions are explored in this podcast with David Wells compiler of Looking Through A Glass Onion, 3 CD compilation. Spooky Tooth – I Am The Walrus (The Last Puff, July, 1970) Deep Purple – Help (Shades of Deep Purple, Tetragrammaton (US), 1968) Cliff Bennett and The Rebel Rousers – Got To Get You Into …
 
You don't need me telling you that 2020 has...uhhh....not exactly been a highlight for a whole heap of reasons besides the obvious ones ramming their way into your consciousness every day for months. BUT.......I'm here to tell you there's a beautiful rose that grown out of the dirt. Welcome to episode 139 of Love That Album podcast. If you've hung …
 
Celebrate Halloween early with the newest episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST. This week, your hosts review the 1983 halloween classic “Somebody’s Watching Me” by Rockwell, with backing vocals by a VERY famous voice. This week we answer the questions no one asked: Is Rockwell really that average? Are showers inherently scary? Why does Rockwell sound …
 
Matt Heart Spade & Jinners interview Saidah Blount, senior manager of global brand at Sonos and formerly NPR Music’s live events manager. They discuss Kansas City radio, now-defunct New York venues, live music discovery, her incredible career path and much more. For the Repeat/Skip segment, they discuss Bjork's Post (1995) and Nine Inch Nails' The …
 
As we remember his 70th birthday, let's celebrate Tom Petty's Wildflowers on this week's episode of the podcast. Also coming up is the release of the new boxset with "All The Rest" and the "Home Recordings." Markus and Ray discuss the original release while salivating over the prospect of hearing it all! #MoreFunIn2021 Thanks to our sponsors, Crook…
 
The Age Old Question is a podcast for music fans. Rich Price and Clint Bierman dive into another long-simmering debate. This week: can you write a masterpiece after the age of 40? Why is it so rare for the greats in popular music to produce transcendent music late in their careers? Rich and Clint are joined by guest Jeff Symonds.…
 
Sunna Wehrmeijer has found her niche as a career musician through the magic of Hollywood. A popular composer in the world of T.V. and film, Sunna has scored popular animated series such as Dreamworks She-ra And The Princess of Power and Warner Brothers' Dorothy And The Wizard Of Oz. Sunna has also written music for blockbusters including The Lego N…
 
It was announced today that Gordon Haskell has died. Six months ago Gordon revealed the stories behind his greatest songs and sessions including new album The Cat Who’s Got The Cream. We also hear about his time in The Fleur De Lys, playing with Jimi Hendrix, Sharon Tandy and why he never joined King Crimson. RIP Gordon, How Wonderful You Are. Stil…
 
Do you like trying different things? Or do you prefer smoking funny things? This week we're talking about Robbie Ritchie, Bobby Shazam, his name is Kid Rock, that is his name, and if you ask him again, he'll probably call you a slur. He's a conservative flip flopper, a confederate flag loving yankee, a Detroit-repping white rapper who grew up on a …
 
On this episode of Audio Judo, Matthew and Kyle talk about Rush's 1980 album 'Permanent Waves.' If you like what you hear and want to support the podcast, you can become a Patreon supporter (starting at just $3/month): https://www.patreon.com/audiojudo You can also buy some swag with our logo on it: https://www.teepublic.com/user/audio-judo-podcast…
 
In the first half of a new podcast, Jakko Jakszyk talks about new album Secrets & Lies and his story until his collaboration with Robert Fripp and King Crimson. Jakko M Jakszyk – The Trouble with Angels (Secrets & Lies, Inside Out, 2020) 64 Spoons – Plonder On (Landing on a Rat Column, Freshly Cut Records, 1992) Jakko – Tell Me Where To Run To (Sil…
 
If you're familiar with the names Stevie Nicks, Linda Ronstadt, Don Henley, James Taylor, Keith Richards and Carole King then you are familiar with The Immediate Family. Danny Kortchmar, Leland Sklar, Russ Kunkel, Waddy Wachtel and Steve Postell have been involved in so many of your favorite songs and are also the musicians playing on stage with so…
 
The sixty-eighth minute starts with sleepy and sexy “hello"s and ends with Ben liking what we're saying. We are joined by co-host David Smith and special guest Casey Likes. Find Casey here: Twitter - @justcaseylikes Instagram - Casey - justcaseylikes Find David here: NeoZAZ.com Twitter - @airplane_minute & @sequelharder This show is part of Pantheo…
 
When Alice Cooper recorded "Elected" in 1972, it was a satire about a rich, grandstanding, self-obsessed celebrity running for president. He's a "yankee doodle dandy in a gold Rolls Royce". We all laughed. That kind of thing could never happen in real life, right...? "Elected" (Alice Cooper, Michael Bruce, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith & Glen Buxton) …
 
Starting the month with a legend shrouded in mystery... The name Robert Johnson is synonymous with the Blues. And yet, what do we know? Who was he? Did he sell his soul for unmatched talent? Meet the man who guitar legend Eric Clapton claimed was impossible to emulate. TJ 2 takes point on the mysterious life of Robert Johnson. Our social stuff: Pat…
 
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