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Een podcastserie over The Beatles en de solojaren van John, Paul, George en Ringo. Boordevol achtergronden, alternatieve tracks, interviews en interessante gasten. Vaste presentatie door Beatles-kenners Jan-Cees ter Brugge (oa. auteur 'In Bed Met John & Yoko' en 'The Beatles in Holland'), Wibo Dijksma (maker van diverse Beatles-projecten op de Nederlandse radio) en Michiel Tjepkema (oa. de podcast De Laatste Dagen Van...). Vragen of suggesties? Mail naar fab4cast@gmail.com of bezoek onze Fac ...
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Welcome to The Big Beatles Sort Out a show in which I, author and musician Garry Abbott, attempt to finally decide my favourite Beatles recordings by scoring each and every one for lyrical content, musicality and production. I am assisted in this venture by my brother and resident Beatles expert, Paul Abbott, with a deep knowledge of the Beatles and the wider context in which they operated. Each episode we explore and score 5 songs drawn at random from the Beatles full recording catalogue. K ...
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From pod617.com, the Boston Podcast Network, it's Get Back to the Beatles! Legend of Boston radio Cha-chi LoPrete is joined by Prof. David Gallant, a fellow Beatles guru. Stay tuned for loads of Liverpool love as the Fab 2 do a deep dive on deep cuts, trivia and much about the magnificent moptops. All you need is this pod! Listen to Cha-Chi's Breakfast with The Beatles every Saturday morning 6am-8am on the WUMB Radio Network 91.9FM Boston and Sunday mornings 10am til noon on Seacoast Oldies ...
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Ranking The Beatles

Jonathan and Julia Pretus

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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 ...
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The band that changed the world was beginning to split at the seams. But even through shady business dealings, legal battles to keep the band together, and overwhelming feelings that this chapter of their life was over… The members of the Beatles, against all odds, agreed to come together to create a record that’d be remembered for generations. ”The Love You Make” is the story of Abbey Road. How it was made, who was involved, a track-by-track breakdown, and how it changed the world forever. ...
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What's the greatest Beatles song of all time? We think there's only one way to find out - by pitting every Beatles song against each other in the ultimate winner-takes-all tournament! Join Jono, Rob and special guests as they progress through the rounds robins, knockouts, and finals to find the ultimate Beatles song. It won't be easy, it will be contentious, but one thing's for sure - no song is safe... Not even your favourite.
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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!
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For all the choice tidbits of "Beatles" inspired influence, including the most candid & up close personal stories available, revolving around all your favorite artists."Bringin' it Back to "The Beatles" with Doug and Ben" will include in-depth interviews with celebrities who discuss their bodies of work while including intimate aspects of how they were profoundly impacted by "The Beatles" throughout their lives. Doug Kolk is a professional entertainment broadcaster in Los Angeles. Ben Don Sh ...
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AJK Radio - Special Programme! Trevor Richards is in conversation with .... Martin Orkin author of the book 'Rivals of the Beatles'. Martin will be telling you all about what happened behind the scenes and has chosen some great music by the featured artists. It's a great show so don't miss it! Part two coming soon ajkradio.net
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Popular music in the UK and the United States was a bunch of disparate genres, performed by amateurs, often to audiences of teenagers – or adults who weren't exactly discerning, in the case of folk music and mainstream American pop music – and whose musicians didn't have much to do with each other. At the end of the 1960s, it had undergone a change identical to the fracturing of “classical” and “jazz,” only in a far more rapid fashion than either of the art genres discussed did. The Beatles ...
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The Beatles var musikalsk nysgerrige og lod sig inspirere af mange forskellige musikgenrer og -kulturer. Den genre, der fik størst betydning som ny inspiration, var klassisk musik. Der er en lang række sange med instrumenter og klang fra den klassiske musik. Og disse kan vi finde lige fra gruppens første LP i 1963 til den sidste udgivelse i 1969. Fra celesten på “Baby it’s You” til inspirationen fra Beethovens “Måneskinssonate” på “Because”. Per Wium fortæller i den nye podcast om den klassi ...
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John Lennon once famously said that "The Beatles are bigger than Jesus." At that time in the 1960s, they were the most well-known rock band in the world. Behind the scenes helping the Beatles was Ken Mansfield. Ken was hand-picked to be the first U.S. Manager of The Beatles' Apple Records and thrust into a world that would change his life forever. Despite his success helping other artists like The Beach Boys, James Taylor, and Waylon Jennings, life felt empty, and Ken eventually came to know ...
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Please share this FREE unique Podcast with like-minded Friends. Hailing near Bellingham, Washington State and sounding like the the "Old Fashioned FM Station" with Lots of Music and a little history and trivia thrown in, The Progressive Rock Psychedelic Beatles Pop Show Broadcasts music can date back 50 years all taken from my personal collection. The listener will experience "Musical Stories" connecting it all with similar styles and lyrics thus creating a "Feel" to the entire 1-hour show a ...
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While the Beatles only recorded together for 7 years (1963-1970), they were quite prolific. They officially released 219 songs (not counting compilations and the Anthology reunion). In that short amount of time, their influence was felt around the world in music, pop culture and fashion. For awhile there it seemed like the Beatles were leading the way with everyone following in their musical footsteps. There is no underestimating their influence on popular music. That's where the Beatlesque ...
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Pioneros, fue un programa de radio 3 bajo el magistral mando de Xavier Moreno, nos deleitó con una serie de monograficos muy exhaustivos dedicada a grandes grupos, entre los que estaban Jimmy Hendrix, Rollins Stones, The Beatles, The Beach Boys, en fin, lo mejor de lo mejor y gracias a estos audios podemos rememorar aquel gran programa que merece la pena y os animo a que disfrutéis de las dramatizaciones a cargo de Carlos Pina. Los Beatles… Es casi imposible pensar en los psicodélicos sesent ...
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In early 1964, John was certainly on a hot streak as a songwriter. He had the lion's share of material on the band's 3rd album, the soundtrack to their film "A Hard Day's Night." He wrote the title song essentially on command. He was the main or sole writer on the majority of the album, and had the most lead vocals. In the film, he's presented as t…
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Welcome to the Big Beatles Sort Out. In this special episode we look at Paul McCartney's 1984 movie 'Give My Regards To Broad Street'. If you are enjoying this podcast please let us know at @Big_Sort on Twitter and Instagram, and please leave us a review! You can also email us at ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠BigBeatlesSortOut@Gmail.Com⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ Garry's new album, ⁠⁠⁠⁠…
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Lonnie and I celebrate the (separate) returns of the twotles to the concert stage by looking back to 2005/6, and the US (pronounced "us", not "U.S.") tour from 2005, as represented by the 2006 concert film. Paul, Wix, Abe, Brian, Rusty, those "No More Landmine" T-shirts and a whole boatload of celebrities in cameo and longer appearances.…
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A rare chance to chat with rock legends Bob and Paul Cowsill and to hear the story of the ups and downs of the Cowsills' long musical journey. For tickets to see the Cowsills at the Regent Theater in Arlington on Oct. 6 visit https://regenttheatre.com/details/the_cowsillsΑπό τον Get Back to the Beatles
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It's time for Lennon's first Dylan attempt this week... or is it? It's I'm A Loser, either way! Does the song deserve its reputstion as following on the heels of Mr Zimmerman? Why are Spandau Ballet brought up (and dismissed out of hand)? Could this be the episode that talks least about the actual song itself and just provides a series of minor div…
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It’s time for a very, very special episode of Fans On The Run. Special guest co-host, Piers Hemmingsen, joins me in sitting down for a rare podcast interview with the celebrated, bestselling author behind the 1968 authorized biography of The Beatles, Hunter Davies OBE. This episode is not one you’ll want to miss! This episode is available to stream…
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Conversations about a familiar subject with guys who know what's what are invaluable, because the depth of knowledge shared will always shed new light and get you to listen with fresh ears. My guests are the returning trio of pro musicians and musicologists: Cameron Greider (Sean Lennon), Jack Petruzzelli (Fab Faux) and Walter Everett (The Beatles …
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Hoe speelt John slaggitaar? Wat kenmerkt een George-solo? En wat is er zo bijzonder aan het akoestische gitaarspel van Paul? Samen met meestergitarist Bertolf analyseert Fab4Cast het gitaarspel van de drie heren in hun Beatles- en solotijd.Wil je ons financieel ondersteunen? Word dan Vriend Van Fab4Cast en luister naar exclusieve afleveringen die j…
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In The Love You Make, a new podcast by Poppy Media Labs, lifelong Beatle fan, actor, and musician Angelo Giannone unpacks the story of the Beatles' last recorded album, Abbey Road. Who was involved, track-by-track breakdowns, and the effect the album had on the world. Follow and listen wherever you get your podcasts on Tuesday, September 26.…
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George Harrison's journey as a songwriter began later than his other bandmates. After delivering his first self-penned track for the band's 2nd album, he had to rely on a Lennon/McCartney song for the 3rd, and a Carl Perkins cover on the 4th. But by the time of the Help! album, he had 2 on the table, and found his abilities starting to really grow.…
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Brian Epstein and NEMS were frequently viewed as the "golden ticket." A shiny new record contract, a song from Lennon-McCartney, and a hit record was assured. Or was it? Tune in this week as we look into some of the acts that became the "stable." Many found success, but others either missed out, or had to move on before they would ascend the charts…
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The author of Nowhere Man (2000) returns for a conversation prompted by the book's recent re-publication, augmented with an array of new material and appendices. Robert will also be making a rare personal appearance in St Louis on October 4th in St. Louis - details here. Among the subjects we talked about this time round were: May Pang Fred Seaman …
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Do you miss the great energy, cleverness, emotion and catchy hooks from bands like “10cc”? “City Boy”? “Ambrosia”? “Jellyfish” and “The Beatles”? Look no further than the relatively new band “The Dowling Poole”- this Podcast’s Highlighted Artist. But don’t stop there- within this podcast, you will find music that is at times laid back- (“C Duncan”/…
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The friendly creative rivalry between the Beatles and the Beach Boys arguably hit it's peak in 1966 when the bands released two albums that routinely top "best album ever" lists, the Beatles' Revolver and the Beach Boys' Pet Sounds. Lennon and McCartney had been inspiring Beach Boys mastermind Brian Wilson to up his songwriting, and vice versa. On …
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More from the "Gab Four" as we continue our look at April 4, 1962 - The Beatles at the Stowe School. George Harrison's guitar comes through loud and clear, but a bout with the cold or flu has limited what he can do with his voice. Despite this issue, the band does their best and still finds a way to change the lives of the young men who will become…
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It's time for a new album as Beatles For Sale falls under the spotlight and it's opening track, No Reply. Does this different way of starting an album on a more melancholy note work? Do the Anthology versions shed any light on the situation? And does this really signify Lennon's increasing maturity as a songwriter? Rankings: Track-by-track Ranking …
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The "Gab Four" come together (and join the party). Lonnie Pena, Jon Stone and Marv Quibell join me for the first of a two-parter where we go in depth on Ringo's new release ("Rewind Forward"), his appearance in the Nils Lofgren video, and the dual autumn/winter tours. (The All-Starr's and Sir Macca). This leads into the beginning of our usual in-de…
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A few minutes from the episode 'September '69: Planning New Hits, Then John Quits, Caught on Tape'. This focusses on a couple of meetings, recorded a week apart, just before the release of "Abbey Road". In the first, there's a general agreement that The Beatles will record a new album or at least a Christmas single; in the second, John says he want…
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Returning guest and renowned producer John Leckie is back on SATB and this time he brought his friends; colleagues from EMI with impressive credentials of their own, who also worked with The Beatles: Nick Webb and Roger Ferris. It was a real delight to be a fly-on-the-wall as three guys who've known each other for decades spun stories about working…
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Again… For those of you who missed this... The is is the FIRST in the 50+ "WORMHOLE" Series presented here on The Progressive Rock Psychedelic BeatlesPop Show- originally broadcast at 102.3 FM KMRE in Bellingham WA Seven Years ago. It’s a 2-Hour show and it is where the Wormhole Voyages where Born. Below is the extensive list of the bands showcased…
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Eén van de beste gitaristen van Nederland is Bertolf Lentink en net als veel artiesten is hij enorm beïnvloed door The Beatles. Fab4cast vroeg hem welke tien (solo-)Beatles-nummers hij mee zou nemen naar een onbewoond eiland. Uiteraard nam 'ie z'n gitaar mee naar de studio!Wil je ons financieel ondersteunen? Word dan Vriend Van Fab4Cast en luister …
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This week, Lonnie Pena and I are joined by Nashville Hall of Fame songwriter Kent Blazy. We discuss his recent trip to Liverpool, and how visiting the Beatles sites inspired him to write and record his new collection: "From the Beatles To the Bluebird." We also touch on his thoughts on fame (one of his frequent collaborators is country superstar Ga…
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We flip the I Feel Fine single over to its B-side this time out to cover the McCartney rocker She's A Woman. Does the song manage to maintain the quality of its A-side? How do the cover versions stack up this time? And just how many other words rhyme with "presents" anyway? Rankings: Track-by-track Ranking eMail: beatlesstuffology@gmail.com Twitter…
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A very special live edition of When They Was Fab. I am joined by "The Co-Pips" - Dr. Kit O'Toole (Queen of all Beatles Media, Talk More Talk, Toppermost of the Poppermost) and Dr. Kenneth Womack (Everything Fab Four, the keeper of Mal Evans' flame, and author of more books than you can shake a stick at). Our topic: "Alpha Omega", "Red and Blue", "O…
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We continue our Celestial Series in this 1 hour+ podcast as we travel deeper now to the stars. Your Co-pilot “Erik The Prog King” will take you a Deeper Feel to the Music with Progressive Music in Mind. Here comes very rare music from “The Enid”, “Spirit”, and the “Squids Out to Sea”. You want Heavy Music? “Knight Area” or “Hidden Hand” arrives. Cl…
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On to a single as we leave the world of albums temporarily behind and embrace I Feel Fine as this epsiode's Stuffology outing. Does the song manage to hold its own away from any kind of parent album? How much can someone say "I don't like this" while admitting to liking it and then changing their mind? And do the non-Lennon three-quarters of the ba…
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August 11, new show! Kit O'Toole and Martin Quibell join me to preview our various appearances at Fest for Beatles Fans Chicago! Tune in, turn on, and join us as we do live renditions of this very show (Red and Blue in 2023), "Toppermost of the Poppermost", and various other panels. We'll have Fun, Fun, Fun! (oops, wrong band)…
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As a follow-on to my last conversation with author Glenn Greenberg, we sat down to explore the Harrison-Lennon dynamic. A couple of things referenced in the show can be found below: Here's John's 1974 note to George. Here's John's 1976 Q&A. Glenn Greenberg's Making of the White Album bookazine can be found here. "I Know It's True" (end song) by Iam…
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Frequent and beloved guest Darin Murphy (Skyrocket, HeartByrne, Cotton Mather) joins us to obsess a bit more on the guitars that The Beatles used on "The Beatles" (aka: "The White Album"). Diversions into the Fender VI (bass), Ringo and his attempt at using a double bass kit, and even a bit of Andy Summers, Eric Clapton and the "Blues Breakers with…
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A 2-Hour Show (originally from KMRE)... We move out to its nearest neighbor- The Moon. Familiar bands like The Beatles, Henry Mancini, The New Vaudeville Band, Barclay James Harvest, Moon Safari and the Great Hard Rock Trio- Captain Beyond can be heard. Want to hear Not so familiar bands? Lots… Trip Shakespeare, The Rheostatics, Tam Johnson, The So…
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Journalist Steve Matteo has a new book out - Act Naturally: The Beatles on Film. It's an all-encompassing volume detailing and contextualizing the making of every one of their cinematic projects, including a few that didn't actually get filmed. For this first discussion, we focused on their first two, both directed for United Artists by Richard Les…
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Aubrey "Po" Powell and Storm Thorgerson were once known as "Hipgnosis". It is not an exaggeration to say that their collective was responsible for much of the significant album cover artwork of the 1970's. This includes Wings from "Band on the Run" through "Back to the Egg", and Aubrey Powell would continue on-and-off with McCartney through "Off th…
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It's four for the price of one this episode, as JG and Andrew tackle the whole of the Long Tall Sally EP in one go. So that'll be Long Tall Sally itself, I Call Your Name, Matchbox and Slow Down - plenty to be getting on with! How does the EP stack up when compared to the material that surrounds it? Does the band manage to make a good fist of the c…
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