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Great weekly discussion of the Beatles world by Beatles experts Allan Kozinn, Steve Marinucci and Ken Michaels. Send comments to thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com.

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This week, Steve, Allan and Ken review the recent "Sgt. Pepper's Musical Revolution" TV special that aired on PBS in the U.S. and the BBC in the UK. Allan also talks about his recent appearance as part of the "All You Need Is The Summer of Love" panel discussion at the Paley Center with Graham Nash, Michelle Phillips, Kenny Loggins and A.J. Pennebacker, while Ken talks about his appearance at the Fab 4 Music Festival in Connecticut put on by Charles Rosenay. Be sure to let us know what you think about this episode or any other. You can send your comments directly to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you for listening. Don't forget, you can stream the show from our very own YouTube page. And we invite you to please write a review of our show on our iTunes page. Be sure to check our Podbean page and on iTunes regularly for our latest shows, which usually appear each week. And we're now available through the Tune In Radio app. Be sure to subscribe to one of our providers to get first word on when a new show is available. (Photo courtesy of Apple Corps Ltd.)

 

 

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In the first of two shows on the new Beatles' 2017 "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" remix, Steve, Ken and Allan open up the Super Deluxe Edition and discuss what music you'll be hearing. (The next show will discuss the DVDs/Blu-rays and the rest of the set and the packaging.) Be sure to let us know what you think about this episode and any other. You can send your comments to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page, tweet us at @thingswesadfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you for listening. Don't forget, you can also always stream the show from our very own YouTube page. And we invite you to please write a review of our show on our iTunes page. Be sure to check our Podbean page and on iTunes regularly for our latest shows, which usually appear each week. And we're now available through the Tune In Radio app. And be sure to subscribe to our providers to get first word on when a new show is available.

 

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On the day the new "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" 50th anniversary sets were announced, Allan, Steve, Ken and Al got together and discussed their reactions to the big news. Did the Beatles did get it right this time? Listen and find out our thoughts. And we want to hear your thoughts on this show (or any others). You can send them to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page, tweet us at @thingswesadfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you for listening. Don't forget, you can also always stream the show from our very own YouTube page. And we invite you to please write a review of our show on our iTunes page. Be sure to check our Podbean page and on iTunes regularly for our latest shows, which usually appear each week. Or better yet, subscribe to our iTunes, Podbean or YouTube pages and get notified when a new show is waiting for you. 

 

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This week, the four TWST co-hosts go deep on a discussion of Paul McCartney's "Press to Play" with Dr. Kit O'Toole, author of the "Deep Beatles" column and the book "Songs We Were Singing." Also on the docket this week: the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' last concert at Candlestick Park in San Francisco and a review of a live performance of the Claypool-Lennon Delirium by Ken Michaels. You can write to us at thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page or tweet us at @thingswesadfab or catch us each on Facebook. Thanks for listening!! (We're also heard on Fab4radio, WCPR1 and Pure Pop Radio.) 



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In the first of two shows, Al, Allan, Ken and Steve give their ideas on who they would like to see the Beatles work with. In this show, we discuss our choices for John Lennon, Ringo Starr and George Harrison. Got an idea of your own or a comment on our show? Send it to thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com. And you can always find this show on iTunes and YouTube. (On YouTube, search "Things We Said Today Beatles Radio") 

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Steve, Al, Ken and Allan talk to Chuck Gunderson, author of the incredible "Some Fun Tonight!," about the Beatles U.S. tours especially the ones 50 years ago in 1965. We'd love to have your comments. Email us at thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com.

 

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Steve, Ken, Allan and Al discuss the Shea Stadium anniversary and the stereo tracks that just surfaced, the lack of a 50th anniversary release, plus summaries of The Fest For Beatles Fans and Danbury Fields Forever. To send a comment, write thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com or tweet @thingswesaidfab. 

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Steve, Ken, Al and Allan talk with Mark Lapidos, founder of the Fest for Beatles Fans about the upcoming Chicago Fest and highlights of past fests, including a few stories you may not be aware of. Send your comments to thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com.

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Ken, Al, Allan and Steve discuss Ringo's recent 75th birthday event and Paul McCartney's cover interview in Esquire where he talked about several topics, including how people have looked at John Lennon since his death. 

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Do the U.S. Capitol Beatles albums make any sense at all after all these years? Ken, Steve, Allan and Al give their opinions in this week's show. 

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Steve, Al, Ken and Allan along with special guest Tom Frangione review the events of 2014 in the careers of the solo Beatles. 

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Ken and Steve review Paul McCartney's Candlestick Park show, which they both attended. (It was the first time we met in person!)

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Steve and Ken talk to Mark Lapidos about the upcoming Chicago Fest for Beatles Fans. 

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Steve Marinucci questions Ken Michaels for his opinions about the first U.S. concert on the Paul McCartney Out There! tour in Albany, N.Y., July 5 that Ken attended. 

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Steve and Ken evaulate the new "A Hard Day's Night" DVD and Blu-ray and also update news on the "Train Music" controversy. 

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Steve and Ken welcome very special guest Chris Carter, hosted of KLOS-FM's "Breakfast With the Beatles" and Sirius/XM's "British Invasion" to discuss the discovery of the full tape of "Train Music," the song Ringo plays on his transister in "A Hard Day's Night" and the possibility that it's indeed the Beatles. 

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Steve and Ken talk about the announcement of the Beatles mono vinyl box set and what it all means, plus a song list tribute for Paul McCartney's 72nd birthday. 

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Ken Michaels and Steve Marinucci discuss the news of Paul McCartney's tour postponement and what it means. Also, Ken talks about seeing Ringo and the All-Starr Band at Westbury Music Fair and Steve talks about his special visit to Candlestick Park. 


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Ken and Steve talk about the upcoming reissue of "A Hard Day's Night" and the movie's significance in Beatles history. 
  
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Melissa Davis, co-author of "The Beatles Bibliography" and the recently released "The First Supplement," talks with Steve and Ken about the project and the evolution of writings about the Beatles from the '60s onward. 

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