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The Beatles Naked

Richard Buskin & Erik Taros

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The ultimate Beatles podcast: Deep research, unconventional topics, probing interviews and hard-hitting info that doesn't pull any punches. Hosted by Erik Taros and Richard Buskin.
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Fab4Cast - The Dutch Beatles Podcast

Fab4Cast - The Dutch Beatles Podcast

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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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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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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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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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British music journalists and Beatles experts Kevin Holwett and Mark Ellen discuss the classic Anthology releases, shining a light on the fascinating stories behind these albums which tell the story of the development of The Beatles career.
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Tag med på den vildeste rejse i musikhistorien, når Radio4 følger The Beatles’ fra 1963 til 1969. På sølle syv år udvikler bandet sig fra et dresseret boyband til verdens førende kunstnere og efterlader sig en sangskat, der vil leve for evigt. Foto: Kevin Cole/Shutterstock/Ritzau Scanpix.
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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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Dan hates The Beatles. Well, maybe not "hate" but he just doesn't see the big deal (but that's not as snappy a podcast title). Josh loves the Fab Four. Listen as they run through the Beatles catalog and break down what makes them great or meh.
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"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 Sherwood is an Australian artist/musician who runs the "World's Largest Beatles Facebook Group".....Oh yeah, and their wives are sisters!
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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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“I want to tell you about the Beatles” ist dein Podcast zur besten Band der Welt. Malte Asmus nimmt dich mit auf eine Reise durch die Geschichte der Fab Four: Vier Jungs lernen sich in Liverpool kennen, gründen eine Band, schießen an die Spitze der Charts und bringen ihre Fans, vor allem die weiblichen, zum Ausrasten … Keine Angst diese ollen Kamellen tischen wir euch in diesem Podcast nicht zum tausendsten Mal auf… Natürlich dreht sich auch bei “I Want To Tell You about the Beatles” alles u ...
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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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Musician brothers Paul and Garry Abbott discuss and rank their favourite Beatles and 60s records. The first three seasons covered everything Beatles, including the core catalogue, the movies and extras, and even the 70s solo singles. In season 4 they are looking at the wider musical landscape by ranking all the UK 60s Number 1s! Please enjoy and keep in touch on Twitter and Instagram @big_sort.
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NOW ON KMRE 88.3 FM- Bellingham WA! 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 ...
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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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The Big Beatles Sort Out Presents: The Big 60s Sort Out! Yes, for season 4 we are taking a look at the decade that made (or was made?) by The Beatles, by ranking every UK number one, looking for sneaky Beatles links, and generally putting ourselves in the world where they crafted their legacy. Please joins us as we try and sort out, the 60s! Songs …
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After decades of hiding in the Apple vaults, the Beatles' 1970 film Let It Be is finally out! Lovingly restored thanks to Peter Jackson's team, the documentary directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg finally gets it place in the sun. What better way to celebrate than with Beatle pals!?!? We were thrilled as could be to join our pals from the Blotto Beatle…
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Beatlesque songs. Or is it Beatles-esque? We say it both ways in our traditional not-quite-sure-we're-right style! But the point is we bring songs to the table that have reminded us of Beatles songs. There are so many ways this can happen! Sometimes it's the harmonies, sometimes the arrangement, other times the quality of the vocal. Sometimes it's …
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My guests are three very special ladies whom have all appeared on the show before, but this time, all three have memoirs out. Debbie Gendler was the first to appear on SATB (121: New York Stories) and her story as the 1st US fan (as far as I’m concerned) was initially laid out there. But now HER memoir has been published, I Saw Them Standing There:…
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Episode 6: PODMAN VI Cake and Crotches If you're wondering why this episode is called PODMAN VI, you're not alone. It's not the sixth podcast, even if you count the double documentary podcast 'The Podman Story' (although the Japanese import is pretty cool) And at the insistence of Capitol, we added two tracks specifically for the American market. S…
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Cha-Chi and David, along with guest Steven Gaines, explore the historical and cultural significance of The Beatles through Gaines' books, including 'All You Need Is Love: The Beatles in Their Own Words.' The episode delves into behind-the-scenes stories, personal interactions with The Beatles, and their enduring legacy in music and society. Gaines …
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Hello and welcome to a Big Beatles Sort Out bonus episode! We have once again been speaking with author, Beatles fan, legal scholar, Harvard professor, and all round interesting chap, Cass R. Sunstein, about his new book: 'How To Become Famous' published by Harvard Business Review Press out on the 21st May 2024. The book features The Beatles as one…
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Marv, Lonnie and I talk the new Record Store Day Mind Games EP and two more episodes from the "Life In Lyrics" podcast. A nice preview of the box set coming later this summer, and we return to Paul McCartney's Life in Lyrics podcast for episodes covering "Here There and Everywhere" and "Give Ireland Back to the Irish."…
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The Big Beatles Sort Out Presents: The Big 60s Sort Out! Yes, for season 4 we are taking a look at the decade that made (or was made?) by The Beatles, by ranking every UK number one, looking for sneaky Beatles links, and generally putting ourselves in the world where they crafted their legacy. Please joins us as we try and sort out, the 60s! Songs …
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Even though the temperature is now cooler, that does not stop the working class Farmer. Listen to this 1st of 2 One-hour musical podcasts devoted to the animals and that underappreciated Farmyard work ethic with classics from "The Beatles", Classic Television songs and oddities from "The Seeds", "Mecki Mark Men" and "The Rain Parade". Don't forget …
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Imagine the feeling you'd get when the band that was the inspiration for YOUR band put out a song and told everyone YOUR band inspired that song? Probably a pretty amazing feeling. That's exactly what happened when The Beatles released the George Harrison-penned "If I Needed Someone" on Rubber Soul in December 1965. George was quick to give credit …
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The Big Beatles Sort Out Presents: The Big 60s Sort Out! Yes, for season 4 we are taking a look at the decade that made (or was made?) by The Beatles, by ranking every UK number one, looking for sneaky Beatles links, and generally putting ourselves in the world where they crafted their legacy. Please joins us as we try and sort out, the 60s! Songs …
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A review of the Geoff Emerick Lagos tape as auctioned off last September. Two high-profile "Dutch Imports" have hit the market recently (confusingly, each coming from a different dub of the Emerick masters). The variants were classified, artifacts removed and a single "good" copy of the tape exists, and we review it! How does it compare to the "und…
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Much has been discussed of Paul McCartney's love of what John Lennon called "granny music." The music of his parents' generation, British Music Hall, Vaudeville, Tin Pan Alley...you know the genre...the stuff Lennon loved to complain about when it came from Paul, but seemingly had no problem with his favorite group, Nilsson, whos stock and trade wa…
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The Big Beatles Sort Out Presents: The Big 60s Sort Out! Yes, for season 4 we are taking a look at the decade that made (or was made?) by The Beatles, by ranking every UK number one, looking for sneaky Beatles links, and generally putting ourselves in the world where they crafted their legacy. Please joins us as we try and sort out, the 60s! This e…
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Of the 73 million Americans who viewed The Beatles’ live debut on The Ed Sullivan Show in February 1964, we know with absolute certainty that a high percentage had their lives changed forever – this is not hyperbole. And of those, many were moved to take up instruments or start bands. And of that fraction, a handful went on to stellar careers in mu…
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As the first insider Beatles tell-all (not counting Francie Schwartz’s Body Count – because why would I) – 1983’s The Love You Make, a collaboration between Brian Epstein’s protege Peter Brown and today’s guest, shocked fans with what was perceived as an airing of dirty laundry. Drug use, infidelity, betrayal, wife-swapping, and overall bad behavio…
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Come one come all… and experience the world of psychedelia, folk, rock and Progressive rock. There is a highlighted artist embedded throughout this one-hour podcast- “Paul Roland” from Kent, England. Music Week has dubbed him a "psychedelic cult celebrity”. Having released over 20 albums he has that “Syd Barrett” Sound- but at other times, his musi…
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At last: the SATB conversation with the man who brought The Beatles’ road manager’s long missing manuscript to press. Living The Beatles Legend is the story Mal wanted to tell before his life ended at 40 in Los Angeles in a hail of gunfire in 1976. But perhaps the wait was worth it to get his insider eye-witness story augmented by research and inte…
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Some 25 years after the Beatles' break up, new music from the band emerged via a cosmic combination of technology and enduring love...and the career-spanning Anthology project. Using a solo John piano demo, the remaining Threetles completed "Free As A Bird," a stately and beautiful track, complete with the still gorgeous Beatle harmony, brilliant l…
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The Big Beatles Sort Out Presents: The Big 60s Sort Out! Yes, for season 4 we are taking a look at the decade that made (or was made?) by The Beatles, by ranking every UK number one, looking for sneaky Beatles links, and generally putting ourselves in the world where they crafted their legacy. Please joins us as we try and sort out, the 60s! Songs …
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Lonnie Pena and I discuss Wings at the Hammersmith Odeon - the Concert(s) for the People of Kampuchea. Through circumstance, December 29, 1979 would end up being the final Wings concert ever. Got to Get You Into My Life, Coming Up, Maybe I'm Amazed, Mull of Kintyre and Let It Be. One-Two-Three-Four!Ed Chen and Jon Stone által
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In veel Beatles-songs vind je naast het couplet en het refrein ook regelmatig een ‘bridge’ (ook wel ‘middle eight’ genoemd), een gedeelte dat afwijkt van de rest van het nummer. Stefan Terpstra en zijn piano nemen ons mee langs de mooiste en meest bijzondere bridges uit het Beatles-oeuvre.Wil je ons financieel ondersteunen? Word dan Vriend Van Fab4…
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The panel discusses the 2006 album Love. A soundtrack to a Cirque du Soleil show, it is also a terrific standalone listening experience. Giles Martin, a then new produce on the Beatles team, carried on his father's legacy and oversaw the project brilliantly. The new (at the time) mixes brought new life to beloved songs. The mashups, which could hav…
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The Big Beatles Sort Out Presents: The Big 60s Sort Out! Yes, for season 4 we are taking a look at the decade that made (or was made?) by The Beatles, by ranking every UK number one, looking for sneaky Beatles links, and generally putting ourselves in the world where they crafted their legacy. Please joins us as we try and sort out, the 60s! Songs …
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Marv and I sit down and chat about the Ringo selections on Rob Sheffield's "100 Best Solo Beatles Songs" list. As Dana Carvey might say, "isn't it conveeeeenient" that each claims one of the top four. More seriously, we discuss the nature of such lists, how, when and why - and we talk about the thirteen selections. Does Ringo deserve 25% of the tak…
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The sons of Paul McCartney and John Lennon wrote a song together called "Primrose Hill", and that merits an emergency episode from the panel. Katie put her Paris vacation on hold so she could get to a computer and the full panel could discuss this event! We listen to the song together and give our first reactions live and then discuss our thoughts!…
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This Episode concludes the music behind the colors "Red and Green" on the color-wheel. King Crimson comes in Twice and there are loads of Pop Rock (ex. From the Original drummer of The Beatles- NOT Ringo...), classic rock, and some rare psychedelia will be presented... Enjoy! Bands in Appearance (in Order): The Pete Best Band Moon Safari Love Patto…
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More of our thoughts on the "Life in Lyrics" podcast. Martin Quibell and I discuss Episodes 6, 7, and 8. The episodes are entitled "Silly Love Songs", "A Day in the Life" and "Hey Jude". However, roughly fifteen different songs get covered within the three episodes...Ed Chen and Jon Stone által
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The Big Beatles Sort Out Presents: The Big 60s Sort Out! Yes, for season 4 we are taking a look at the decade that made (or was made?) by The Beatles, by ranking every UK number one, looking for sneaky Beatles links, and generally putting ourselves in the world where they crafted their legacy. Please joins us as we try and sort out, the 60s! Songs …
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We go through the entire discography of the band which is and always has been the focus of the podcast: Herman's Hermits. To become a subcriber to this podcast which is and always has been about Herman's Hermits, go to screwitpodcasts.com And/or join our free Discord: invite link is also at screwitpodcasts.com…
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