This week, in a timely topic we look at the Beatles and their brushes with politics through the years both as a group and as solo artists. Also, this week, we review Paul McCartney's new song "In the Blink of An Eye" which was done for the forthcoming soundtrack of "Ethel & Ernest." As always, you can send your thoughts on this or any of our shows to our email address email@example.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 to us and being so loyal. And you can also stream the show on our very own YouTube page. And please write a review of our show on our iTunes page. It helps give the show more visibility.
The TWST crew goes inside the new Beatles "Live at the Hollywood Bowl" album previewing what you'll hear, how it's different from the '77 release, and gives the definitive word on just how good it is. Be sure and write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page or tweet us at @thingswesadfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. Thanks for listening!! (We're also heard on Fab4radio, WCPR1 and Pure Pop Radio and you can stream us on our very own YouTube page.)
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 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.
There are two parts to this week's show. In the first, Steve, Allan, Ken and Al discuss recent news events, including Paul's reported attempt to get back some of his copyrights. In part 2, we play "Surprise Questions", as three of us spring a question about the Beatles the others don't know in advance. Tell us how much you like the show by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or on our pages on Facebook. And thanks for listening!
This week, Ken, Alan, Al and Steve discuss how Beatles music was influenced by black musicians like Fats Domino and Chuck Berry. We'd love to hear your comments. Please email them to email@example.com or you can post them on our YouTube page. And thanks for listening!