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Beatles Audio Chronology?
7 August 2010
8.40pm
charlie17
A Beginning
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Hi – new visitor here – enjoying the site so far.

I am wondering if there are any recommendations for Beatles "chronology" type recordings.  I am thinking of interviews interspersed with their songs of the time, telling their story album by album, etc.

For instance, I love Anthology 1, Disc 1, where it alternates between songs and quotes from the principals, giving a sense of context for where they were, what they were going through, how they were developing, etc.  Something like this tracing their entire history is what I am thinking of.

I remember many years ago hearing a made-for-radio broadcast that did what I am describing.  But I am not sure if anything like this has been formally released on CD or on the web? I did come across the following "podcast", but it seems incomplete and the episodes that are there were not really comprehensive: http://viprhealthcare.typepad......nicles_po/.

Certainly the Anthology DVD set is the definitive story, but I am curious about audio-only alternatives.

Any pointers from the community?

7 August 2010
8.42pm
MrBig
Rapture, Atlantic Ocean
Apple rooftop
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charlie17 said:

Hi - new visitor here - enjoying the site so far.

I am wondering if there are any recommendations for Beatles "chronology" type recordings.  I am thinking of interviews interspersed with their songs of the time, telling their story album by album, etc.

For instance, I love Anthology 1, Disc 1, where it alternates between songs and quotes from the principals, giving a sense of context for where they were, what they were going through, how they were developing, etc.  Something like this tracing their entire history is what I am thinking of.

I remember many years ago hearing a made-for-radio broadcast that did what I am describing.  But I am not sure if anything like this has been formally released on CD or on the web? I did come across the following "podcast", but it seems incomplete and the episodes that are there were not really comprehensive: http://viprhealthcare.typepad......nicles_po/

Any pointers from the community?


Welcome. http://youtube.com/beatlesboxset2009 has the mini-documentaries from the remastered set that are really good. Check it out.
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