This week, Ken, Allan, Al and Steve talk about the Beatles "Revolver," its 50th anniversary and, of course, the music. As always, we want to hear from you. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, join our Facebook page or tweet us at @thingswesadfab or catch us each on Facebook. We want to hear from you! Thanks for listening!! (We're also heard on Fab4radio, WCPR1 and Pure Pop Radio.)
This week, we have a full house plus as Tom Frangione joins Allan, Al, Ken and Steve as we take apart the news that the Shea Stadium Beatles footage will be in theaters with the Ron Howard "Eight Days a Week" movie and also look further into the news of the Beatles Hollywood Bowl release. As always, we want to hear from you. Write to us at email@example.com, join our Facebook page or tweet us at @thingswesadfab. Or catch us each on Facebook. We want to hear from you! Thanks for listening!! (We're also heard on Fab4radio, WCPR1 and Pure Pop Radio.)
Kit O'Toole, author of "Songs We Were Singing," a in-depth study of Beatles songs, joins Steve, Ken and Al (Allan is away) to talk about how John and Yoko used advertising practices in selling peace. We also discuss the announcement of the new Beatles Hollywood Bowl album, and talk more on the Beatles LOVE 10th anniversary in Las Vegas.
On this week's show, Allan and Steve talk about the events at the 10th anniversary festivities for the Beatles' LOVE show at the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas on July 14, and Ken talks about seeing Paul McCartney in Boston at Fenway Park on July 16.
Alan Haber, the man behind the station Pure Pop Radio (one of the affiliates of Things We Said Today) talks about his unique station and the music it features.
This week, Al, Ken, Allan and Steve are joined by author Chuck Gunderson ("Some Fun Tonight!"), who discusses the Beatles' American tour of 1966 and how things had changed from 1964 and 1965 for them. Also on the docket is the passing of Elvis Presley guitarist Scotty Moore and how Moore and Elvis Presley's work influenced the Beatles. Send us your thoughts on this show at firstname.lastname@example.org We'd love to hear from you. And you can find the show on podbean, YouTube and iTunes.
This week, Al, Steve, Allan and Ken tackle several subjects including the debate on whether age has done too much damage to Paul McCartney's voice. And we remember the Beatles' inner circle. As always, we'd love to hear your thoughts and ideas. Write to us at email@example.com, or visit our pages on Facebook. And remember that besides iTunes and podbean, you can stream our show on YouTube.
Things We Said Today #189 - The Beatles’ “Eight Days a Week,” RIP Henry McCullough, Chips Moman, more
This week, Al, Allan, Steve and Ken react to the news and discuss the opening of Ringo's summer All-Starr Band tour, the death of Muhammad Ali and his connection to the Beatles, and more. Be sure to send us your comments because we'd love to hear them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ken, Steve, Al and Allan discuss the Wings Over America tour, which marked its 40th anniversary this year. Also on the docket for discussion in this episode: the Paul McCartney Mastertapes interview on the BBC and what Paul really said in it. As always, we'd love to hear your thoughts at email@example.com. And thanks for listening.
Allan, Ken, Al and Steve begin this week's episode by following up on last week's interview with Philip Norman and giving opinions about the book "McCartney: The Life," then give some thoughts about the Mark Lewisohn - Conan O'Brien interview, and the connections of Bob Dylan and Brian Wilson with the Beatles. As always, we'd love to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week, Allan, Al, Ken and Steve talk to Philip Norman, author of the newly published "Paul McCartney: The Life," who talks about his new book and looks at McCartney's life and career. (And don' forget you can hear the show Thursdays and Fridays on WCPR1, Saturdays and Sundays on Fab4Radio and also on PowerPopRadio, plus YouTube and iTunes.)
This week, Steve, Allan, Al and Ken welcome Gary Jacob, organizer and producer of the Abbey Road on the River Beatles festival making his first appearance on "Things We Said Today." Gary talks about the history of the event and gives some great behind-the-scenes insight into how it works. And with this week's show, we're adding a new affiliate WCPR. (Their website is http://www.wcpr1.com). On WCPR, you can hear the show for the first time at 9 p.m. ET Thursdays, then repeating 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. Fridays, live on iTunes and on demand beginning on Saturdays. We're also on Fab4Radio.com and PurePopRadio.com.