This week, Steve, Ken, Al and Allan examine what's in the future for the Beatles -- how the Beatles will be regarded in years to come and what possible things can we expect to be done with their music? Want to join in the discussion? Send your comments to email@example.com. And don't forget you can also hear this show anytime on Podbean and iTunes.
This week, your "Things We Said Today" co-hosts Steve, Allan, Ken and Al compare Paul McCartney's two "back to the roots" albums: "Choba B CCCP (The Russian Album)" and "Run Devil Run." Which one is better? We'd love to hear your choice. Be sure to send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's Paul McCartney week as Tom Frangione, who was at the Paul McCartney's not-so-secret (if you read Beatles Examiner) show at Irving Plaza tells what it was like being there. And Allan, Ken, Al, Steve and Tom give their opinions of Paul's performance on SNL40.
Steve, Ken, Al and Allan are joined by very special guest Pattie Boyd, who talks about her upcoming photography exhibit in San Francisco and her life with George Harrison. The guys also discuss the news of Ringo's new album.
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.
James A. Mitchell, author of "The Walrus & The Elephants," talks with Steve and Ken about the political climate in the '60s when John Lennon and Yoko Ono became involved with radicals.
Ken and Steve discuss the Beatles' recent success on the charts after the 50th anniversary festivities and Paul McCartney's chart struggles with "NEW."
Beatles Examiner Steve Marinucci and "Every Little Thing" host Ken Michaels discuss the upcoming release of "The U.S. Albums," the reasons behind its release, and a preview of some of the tracks from the set.
Ken and Steve welcome back New York Times Culture Writer Allan Kozinn for a talk on further developments with Beatles Bootleg Recordings 1963.