This week, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo have a chat with bassist John Montagna (who, besides leading the John Montagna Band, has toured with the Alan Parsons Project and played with several Beatles tribute bands) about Paul’s work as a bassist John focuses particularly on Paul’s work on “Abbey Road,” which will be the subject of his presentation at the Fest for Beatles Fans at the end of March, but we prevail upon him to discuss – bass in hand – Paul’s earlier and later work as well. We also discuss Peter Jackson's new "Let It Be" project, and the "Traveling Edition" of "Egypt Station."
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