The TWST gang -- Allan Kozinn, Al Sussman, Steve Marinucci and Ken Michaels -- is joined by DJ Darren DeVivo in discussing a YouTube documentary that asks 550 artists a simple question: "Lennon or McCartney?"
Ken, Allan, Al and Steve discuss "Only One," the song by Kanye West with a little help from his friend Paul McCartney and whether they think it's worth a listen.
This week, Ken, Steve, Allan and Al are back still talking about 2014, this time about Paul McCartney's year, with special guest Tom Frangione.
Things We Said Today #115 - Year in Review Part 2 with special guest Tom Frangione - the solo Beatles
Steve, Al, Ken and Allan along with special guest Tom Frangione review the events of 2014 in the careers of the solo Beatles.
Ken, Allan, Al and Steve with special guest Tom Frangione review the events of Beatle Year 2014.
Al, Ken, Allan and Steve interview Candy Leonard, author of "Beatleness."
"Things We Said Today" hosts Ken, Allan, Al and Steve take on the "With the Beatles" album and discuss the music and its significance in the Beatles canon.
Allan Kozinn and Al Sussman join Steve Marinucci and Ken Michaels for their first show together as a foursome, a review of "The Art of McCartney" album.
Today, we welcome Al Sussman, Allan Kozinn and Robert Rodriguez as three new members of the "Things We Said Today" team. In this first show, we all talk about our love for the Beatles and our work in writing about them.
Steve and Ken discuss the latest Beatles news and also make an announcement regarding a change in the show.
Steve and Ken discuss the latest Beatles news, including Ringo's announcement he'll tour again in 2015.
Steve and Ken do a roundup of the latest Beatles news, including rarities by Paul McCartney and George Harrison that have just come to light.
Steve Marinucci and Ken Michaels talk about the recent Fest for Beatles Fans in Los Angeles, which Steve attended and participated in.
Gary Van Scyoc of Elephant's Memory talks about his new album that contains new songs and some relics from his years playing with John and Yoko, what it was like to work with them, and if we'll ever see "Live in New York City" on DVD.