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

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            In episode 378 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo look at the new Giles Martin-Sam Okell remix, as well as the surround mix, of “Revolver." (The outtakes were covered in the last edition.) Also lots of news, including some thoughts about Paul’s new singles box.

As always, we welcome your thoughts about this episode of the show or any other episode. We invite you to send your comments about this or any of our other shows to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page and comment there, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you very much for listening. You can hear and download our show on Podbean, the Podbean app and iTunes and stream us through the Tune In Radio app and from our very own YouTube page.  Our shows appear every two weeks. Please be sure and write a (good, ideally!) review of our show on our iTunes pageIf you subscribe to any of our program providers, you'll get the first word as soon as a new show is available. We don't want you to miss us. Our download numbers have been continually rising, as more people discover us and it's all because of you. So we thank you very much for your support!

 

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            In episode 377 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo look at the outtakes and demos included in the new “Revolver Special Edition," and at the set generally. The new Giles Martin-Sam Okell remix will be covered in the next installment.

            In the news section, we mentioned that the first issue of the “Journal for Beatles Studies” is available online from the University of Liverpool. Here’s the link: https://news.liverpool.ac.uk/2022/10/26/first-issue-of-the-journal-of-beatles-studies-available-to-read-online-now/

As always, we welcome your thoughts about this episode of the show or any other episode. We invite you to send your comments about this or any of our other shows to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page and comment there, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you very much for listening. You can hear and download our show on Podbean, the Podbean app and iTunes and stream us through the Tune In Radio app and from our very own YouTube page.  Our shows appear every two weeks. Please be sure and write a (good, ideally!) review of our show on our iTunes pageIf you subscribe to any of our program providers, you'll get the first word as soon as a new show is available. We don't want you to miss us. Our download numbers have been continually rising, as more people discover us and it's all because of you. So we thank you very much for your support!

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            Episode 375 of Things We Said Today is a double-header: In the first part, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo discuss Ringo Starr’s new EP, “EP3.” In the second, they each choose their three favorites among the Beatles British singles – with an option for a fourth single from the American catalogue.

NOTE: This is an audio version of the podcast. There is also a video version on our YouTube page.

As always, we welcome your thoughts about this episode of the show or any other episode. We invite you to send your comments about this or any of our other shows to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page and comment there, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you very much for listening. You can hear and download our show on Podbean, the Podbean app and iTunes and stream us through the Tune In Radio app and from our very own YouTube page.  Our shows appear every two weeks. Please be sure and write a (good, ideally!) review of our show on our iTunes pageIf you subscribe to any of our program providers, you'll get the first word as soon as a new show is available. We don't want you to miss us. Our download numbers have been continually rising, as more people discover us and it's all because of you. So we thank you very much for your support!

            And finally, of related interest: To listen to Ken's syndicated Beatles show "Every Little Thing"

on demand, you can hear the last two shows that aired on WFDU (Fairleigh Dickinson University's radio station) on their Recent Archives page off their website here: http://wfdu.fm/Listen/hd1%20recent%20archives/    Also, Canada's internet oldies station, FM108, will be broadcasting a 24-Hour marathon of "Every Little Thing" on John Lennon's birthday, Oct. 9. To stream the station, you can go to their website here: http://www.fm108.ca/

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            In Episode 372 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo

discuss the similarities and differences, both personal and musical, between John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Were they really polar opposites, as some biographers have drawn them, or did they have more in common than it can seem on the surface?

            NOTE: This is an audio version of the podcast. There is also a video version on our YouTube page.

            As always, we welcome your thoughts about this episode of the show or any other episode. We invite you to send your comments about this or any of our other shows to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page and comment there, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you very much for listening. You can hear and download our show on Podbean, the Podbean app and iTunes and stream us through the Tune In Radio app and from our very own YouTube page.  Our shows appear every two weeks. Please be sure and write a (good, ideally!) review of our show on our iTunes pageIf you subscribe to any of our program providers, you'll get the first word as soon as a new show is available. We don't want you to miss us. Our download numbers have been continually rising, as more people discover us and it's all because of you. So we thank you very much for your support!

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            In Episode 369 of Things We Said Today, an 80th birthday tribute to Paul McCartney, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo discuss the MetLife Stadium and Glastonbury concerts, and each choose five of his lesser-known tracks that deserve a fresh hearing.

NOTE: This is an audio version of the podcast. There is also a video version on our YouTube page.

As always, we welcome your thoughts about this episode of the show or any other episode. We invite you to send your comments about this or any of our other shows to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page and comment there, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you very much for listening. You can hear and download our show on Podbean, the Podbean app and iTunes and stream us through the Tune In Radio app and from our very own YouTube page.  Our shows appear every two weeks. Please be sure and write a (good, ideally!) review of our show on our iTunes pageIf you subscribe to any of our program providers, you'll get the first word as soon as a new show is available. We don't want you to miss us. Our download numbers have been continually rising, as more people discover us and it's all because of you. So we thank you very much for your support!

 

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            In Episode 368 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo each assembled a compilation of solo recordings made before 1975 as a theoretical followup to the “Red” and “Blue” Beatles compilations.

NOTE: This is an audio version of the podcast. There is also a video version on our YouTube page.

As always, we welcome your thoughts about this episode of the show or any other episode. We invite you to send your comments about this or any of our other shows to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page and comment there, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you very much for listening. You can hear and download our show on Podbean, the Podbean app and iTunes and stream us through the Tune In Radio app and from our very own YouTube page.  Our shows appear every two weeks. Please be sure and write a (good, ideally!) review of our show on our iTunes pageIf you subscribe to any of our program providers, you'll get the first word as soon as a new show is available. We don't want you to miss us. Our download numbers have been continually rising, as more people discover us and it's all because of you. So we thank you very much for your support!

 

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In Episode 365 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo take a look at Paul McCartney’s 1982 “Tug of War” album – its strengths and weaknesses, its place in the McCartney discography, and how it has stood up over time – on the 40th anniversary of its release.

NOTE: This is an audio version of the podcast. There is also a video version on our YouTube page.

As always, we welcome your thoughts about this episode of the show or any other episode. We invite you to send your comments about this or any of our other shows to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page and comment there, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you very much for listening. You can hear and download our show on Podbean, the Podbean app and iTunes and stream us through the Tune In Radio app and from our very own YouTube page.  Our shows appear every two weeks. Please be sure and write a (good, ideally!) review of our show on our iTunes pageIf you subscribe to any of our program providers, you'll get the first word as soon as a new show is available. We don't want you to miss us. Our download numbers have been continually rising, as more people discover us and it's all because of you. So we thank you very much for your support!

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In Episode 363 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo have a brief tour of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s new exhibition, “The Beatles Get Back to Let It Be’ with Nwaka Onwusa, the museum’s VP/chief curator, and talk to Greg Harris, President/CEO, about how the exhibition came together. The exhibition, which looks at the Beatles’ January, 1969 recording and filming sessions, includes some of the instruments, clothing, lyric sheets and other items from session, as well as film from Peter Jackson’s eight-hour documentary series, ‘The Beatles Get Back.’  

NOTE: This is an audio version of the podcast. There is also a video version on our YouTube page.

As always, we welcome your thoughts about this episode of the show or any other episode. We invite you to send your comments about this or any of our other shows to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page and comment there, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you very much for listening. You can hear and download our show on Podbean, the Podbean app and iTunes and stream us through the Tune In Radio app and from our very own YouTube page.  Our shows appear every two weeks. Please be sure and write a (good, ideally!) review of our show on our iTunes pageIf you subscribe to any of our program providers, you'll get the first word as soon as a new show is available. We don't want you to miss us. Our download numbers have been continually rising, as more people discover us and it's all because of you. So we thank you very much for your support!

 

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With Paul McCartney about to undertake his “Got Back” Tour in the weeks before his 80th birthday, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo devote Episode 362 of Things We Said Today to assembling setlists that are a bit different from what he has traditionally done, or that include songs he has long neglected in concert.

NOTE: This is an audio version of the podcast. There is also a video version on our YouTube page.

As always, we welcome your thoughts about this episode of the show or any other episode. We invite you to send your comments about this or any of our other shows to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page and comment there, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you very much for listening. You can hear and download our show on Podbean, the Podbean app and iTunes and stream us through the Tune In Radio app and from our very own YouTube page.  Our shows appear every two weeks. Please be sure and write a (good, ideally!) review of our show on our iTunes pageIf you subscribe to any of our program providers, you'll get the first word as soon as a new show is available. We don't want you to miss us. Our download numbers have been continually rising, as more people discover us and it's all because of you. So we thank you very much for your support!

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In Episode 360 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo discuss the often-overlooked “Yellow Submarine” album and the 1999  “Yellow Submarine Songtrack” expanded remix. We also, in light of the delay in the release of “The Beatles: Get Back” DVD/Blu-ray, pass along Peter Jackson’s advice that we let Disney and Apple know that we want bonus material on such a release. Here are some relevant addresses, as well as a link to an online petition:

To email Disney:  TWDS.Global.Communications@disney.com

To catch their attention on Twitter, include @DisneyPlus, @disney and @thebeatles in your Tweet. (Disney’s Facebook pages don’t allow for messages, public or private.)

In social media, use the hashtag #TheBeatlesGetBack

To send Apple snail mail, write to Jeff Jones, Apple Corps, 27 Ovington Square, London, England SWW3 1JL.

The petition: https://www.change.org/p/walt-disney-the-beatles-get-back-extended-cut?utm_content=cl_sharecopy_32233916_en-GB%3A6&recruiter=1251097143&recruited_by_id=60186320-83ab-11ec-926e-91f788da4087&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=copylink&utm_campaign=psf_combo_share_initial&utm_term=psf_combo_share_initial&share_bandit_exp=initial-32233916-en-US

AND, for further discussion of Yellow Submarine, check out our interview with Dr. Bob Heironymus and Laura Cortner, authors of  “Inside the Yellow Submarine” and “It’s All in the Mind”:     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mimPhQnvxms&t=182s. Ken also interviewed them on his Ken Michaels Radio YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlQqu5ntbF4&t=996s and he spoke with Bruce Spizer and Al Sussman about Bruce’s latest book, “Magical Mystery Tour and Yellow Submarine”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6ZJOmByEtA&t=602s 

NOTE: This is an audio version of the podcast. There is also a video version on our YouTube page.

As always, we welcome your thoughts about this episode of the show or any other episode. We invite you to send your comments about this or any of our other shows to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page and comment there, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you very much for listening. You can hear and download our show on Podbean, the Podbean app and iTunes and stream us through the Tune In Radio app and from our very own YouTube page.  Our shows appear every two weeks. Please be sure and write a (good, ideally!) review of our show on our iTunes pageIf you subscribe to any of our program providers, you'll get the first word as soon as a new show is available. We don't want you to miss us. Our download numbers have been continually rising, as more people discover us and it's all because of you. So we thank you very much for your support!

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Things We Said Today #358 – 2021 Year-End Review

In Episode 358 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo look back at the audio, video and books released in 2021, and single out their favorites, before offering their hopes for 2022 Beatles and solo projects.

NOTE: This is an audio version of the podcast. There is also a video version on our YouTube page.

As always, we welcome your thoughts about this episode of the show or any other episode. We invite you to send your comments about this or any of our other shows to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page and comment there, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you very much for listening. You can hear and download our show on Podbean, the Podbean app and iTunes and stream us through the Tune In Radio app and from our very own YouTube page.  Our shows appear every two weeks. Please be sure and write a (good, ideally!) review of our show on our iTunes pageIf you subscribe to any of our program providers, you'll get the first word as soon as a new show is available. We don't want you to miss us. Our download numbers have been continually rising, as more people discover us and it's all because of you. So we thank you very much for your support!

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In Episode 356 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo offer some impressions of “The Beatles: Get Back,” Peter Jackson’s extraordinary eight-hour exploration of the Get Back/Let It Be sessions.

NOTE: This is an audio version of the podcast. There is also a video version on our YouTube page.

As always, we welcome your thoughts about this episode of the show or any other episode. We invite you to send your comments about this or any of our other shows to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page and comment there, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you very much for listening. You can hear and download our show on Podbean, the Podbean app and iTunes and stream us through the Tune In Radio app and from our very own YouTube page.  Our shows appear every two weeks. Please be sure and write a (good, ideally!) review of our show on our iTunes pageIf you subscribe to any of our program providers, you'll get the first word as soon as a new show is available. We don't want you to miss us. Our download numbers have been continually rising, as more people discover us and it's all because of you. So we thank you very much for your support!

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In Episode 355 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo interview Peter Jackson, the director of “The Beatles: Get Back” – the most anticipated Beatles project since “The Beatles Anthology,” in 1995. Mr. Jackson is also, of course, the director of the “Lord of the Rings” and “Hobbit” trilogies, and the extraordinary World War I documentary, “They Shall Not Grow Old.” And true to form, the master of film epics spent no less than four hours with us. Included is lots of new information about the film and the techniques Mr. Jackson used to make it – including demonstrations of his new AI-based audio system (MAL), which goes far beyond spectral technology in separating layers of sound within a mono recording. Lots of talk as well about the Nagra tapes, Michael Lindsay-Hogg, the power dynamic within the Beatles during the making of “Let It Be,” and other topics – and a number of mysteries Mr. Jackson still wants to get to the bottom of. 

NOTE: This is an audio version of the podcast. There is also a video version on our YouTube page.

As always, we welcome your thoughts about this episode of the show or any other episode. We invite you to send your comments about this or any of our other shows to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page and comment there, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you very much for listening. You can hear and download our show on Podbean, the Podbean app and iTunes and stream us through the Tune In Radio app and from our very own YouTube page.  Our shows appear every two weeks. Please be sure and write a (good, ideally!) review of our show on our iTunes pageIf you subscribe to any of our program providers, you'll get the first word as soon as a new show is available. We don't want you to miss us. Our download numbers have been continually rising, as more people discover us and it's all because of you. So we thank you very much for your support!

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In Episode 349 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo focus on the tracks that close albums, and each identify the three best closing tracks from the Beatles canon, and their five favorite closers from all the solo albums – plus honorable mentions, so it’s really more like four or five Beatles tracks and 10 solo tracks. Note: This is the audio version of the podcast. There is a video version available on our YouTube channel.

As always, we welcome your thoughts about this episode of the show or any other episode. We invite you to send your comments about this or any of our other shows to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page and comment there, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you very much for listening. You can hear and download our show on Podbean, the Podbean app and iTunes and stream us through the Tune In Radio app and from our very own YouTube page.  Our shows appear every two weeks. Please be sure and write a (good, ideally!) review of our show on our iTunes pageIf you subscribe to any of our program providers, you'll get the first word as soon as a new show is available. We don't want you to miss us. Our download numbers have been continually rising, as more people discover us and it's all because of you. So we thank you very much for your support!

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In Episode 345 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo discuss McCartney 321, the six-part Hulu series in which Paul and Rick Rubin discuss Beatles and solo McCartney recordings, soloing tracks from the masters along the way.

As always, we welcome your thoughts about this episode of the show or any other episode. We invite you to send your comments about this or any of our other shows to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page and comment there, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you very much for listening. You can hear and download our show on Podbean, the Podbean app and iTunes and stream us through the Tune In Radio app and from our very own YouTube page.  Our shows appear every two weeks. Please be sure and write a (good, ideally!) review of our show on our iTunes pageIf you subscribe to any of our program providers, you'll get the first word as soon as a new show is available. We don't want you to miss us. Our download numbers have been continually rising, as more people discover us and it's all because of you. So we thank you very much for your support!

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In anticipation of the 50th anniversary reissue of George Harrison’s “All Things Must Pass,” Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo discuss the way the Beatles’ archival releases, group and solo, have evolved since “The Beatles Anthology.” (A video version of this podcast can be found on our YouTube channel.)

As always, we welcome your thoughts about this episode of the show or any other episode. We invite you to send your comments about this or any of our other shows to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page and comment there, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you very much for listening. You can hear and download our show on Podbean, the Podbean app and iTunes and stream us through the Tune In Radio app and from our very own YouTube page.  Our shows appear every two weeks. Please be sure and write a (good, ideally!) review of our show on our iTunes pageIf you subscribe to any of our program providers, you'll get the first word as soon as a new show is available. We don't want you to miss us. Our download numbers have been continually rising, as more people discover us and it's all because of you. So we thank you very much for your support!

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In Episode 343 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo celebrate Paul McCartney’s 79th birthday by each selecting three favorites from among his post-Beatles albums and individual songs (not necessarily singles), and three examples of his best work with the Beatles. For perspective, they also look at their least favorite McCartney works in the same categories.

As always, we welcome your thoughts about this episode of the show or any other episode. We invite you to send your comments about this or any of our other shows to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page and comment there, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you very much for listening. You can hear and download our show on Podbean, the Podbean app and iTunes and stream us through the Tune In Radio app and from our very own YouTube page.  Our shows appear every two weeks. Please be sure and write a (good, ideally!) review of our show on our iTunes pageIf you subscribe to any of our program providers, you'll get the first word as soon as a new show is available. We don't want you to miss us. Our download numbers have been continually rising, as more people discover us and it's all because of you. So we thank you very much for your support!

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In Episode 342 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo celebrate the 50th anniversary of Paul McCartney’s RAM with a discussion of the album, as well as the RAM ON tribute album by Denny Seiwell (who played on the original) Fernando Perdomo and friends. In the course of the discussion, Allan offers a glimpse of the material he and Adrian Sinclair are including in McCartney Legacy Vol.1, the multi-volume biography and survey of Paul McCartney’s creative due from Dey Street/Harper Collins in 2022.

As always, we welcome your thoughts about this episode of the show or any other episode. We invite you to send your comments about this or any of our other shows to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page and comment there, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you very much for listening. You can hear and download our show on Podbean, the Podbean app and iTunes and stream us through the Tune In Radio app and from our very own YouTube page.  Our shows appear every two weeks. Please be sure and write a (good, ideally!) review of our show on our iTunes pageIf you subscribe to any of our program providers, you'll get the first word as soon as a new show is available. We don't want you to miss us. Our download numbers have been continually rising, as more people discover us and it's all because of you. So we thank you very much for your support!

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In Episode 340 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo review McCartney III Imagined, Paul McCartney’s inventive remix-covers project, devoted to reworkings of songs from his recent McCartney III.

As always, we welcome your thoughts about this episode of the show or any other episode. We invite you to send your comments about this or any of our other shows to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page and comment there, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you very much for listening. You can hear and download our show on Podbean, the Podbean app and iTunes and stream us through the Tune In Radio app and from our very own YouTube page.  Our shows appear every two weeks. Please be sure and write a (good, ideally!) review of our show on our iTunes pageIf you subscribe to any of our program providers, you'll get the first word as soon as a new show is available. We don't want you to miss us. Our download numbers have been continually rising, as more people discover us and it's all because of you. So we thank you very much for your support!

 

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In Things We Said Today, episode 331, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo first catch up with the flood of news that has broken over the last few weeks (we were off for a couple of weeks while Darren fought off Covid-19), and then review Paul McCartney’s latest, “McCartney III.”

As always, we welcome your thoughts about this episode of the show or any other episode. We invite you to send your comments about this or any of our other shows to our email address thingswesaidtodayradioshow@gmail.com, join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page and comment there, tweet us at @thingswesaidfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. And we thank you very much for listening. You can hear and download our show on Podbean, the Podbean app and iTunes and stream us through the Tune In Radio app and from our very own YouTube page.  Our shows appear every two weeks. Please be sure and write a (good, ideally!) review of our show on our iTunes pageIf you subscribe to any of our program providers, you'll get the first word as soon as a new show is available. We don't want you to miss us. Our download numbers have been continually rising, as more people discover us and it's all because of you. So we thank you very much for your support!

 

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