1 December 2009
Hey, the Alphabeatical podcast linked to a Forum thread on their fb page today! (Beatles songs about weather)
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18 March 2013
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I think I found this podcast through a posting here, but it is now fuzzy to me. I am not involved with the site, so this is not a paid endorsement.
The site is called somethingaboutthebeatles.com
Their podcasts include discussions about each album, about the group (which lately have been about the break-up, since it was 50 years ago last year), about collecting Beatles memorabilia. For the musicologist, some of the podcasts are deep discussions about the instruments and chords used, chord progressions, G-sharp minor suspended thingies, etc. And they have book authors on as well. A recent interviewee was a photographer used by the Four and his new book.
Anyway, it is worth a listen to for any Beatles fan. Plus they have a cool 60s-70s inspired intro for each podcast.
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18 March 2013
Yes I doooooo knowwwww something about, something about The Beatlessss – the theme song is so annoying but it’s a good podcast. My favourite Beatles podcasts would be the Irish one ‘Nothing Is Real’, which dissects a load of different Beatles themes and their solo careers. Very good informative listening that’s not dry at all, and the two hosts are The Beatles Brains of Ireland, I am trying to sneak my way onto their team for next year’s Beatles Fest….
I also really enjoy ‘Screw It, We’re Just Gonna Talk About The Beatles’, which is often very incorrect in their details but the hosts are rather funny and they have interesting episodes which are good to pass the time.
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1 May 2011
The theme song made ‘SATB’ unlistenable to me. Couldn’t find myself willing to play an episode to have to suffer so heavily.
‘Producing The Beatles’ is very enjoyable, the guy looks at different songs or techniques used to record certain songs or sounds.
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14 June 2016
I don’t have the tech but a podcast about music, comics, Bond, etc would be very enjoyable. @sir walter raleigh would be one of the hosts.
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26 January 2017
@Timothy and I would probably make a great little podcast taking deep dives into our favorite pieces of pop culture
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2 May 2013
Winter of Discontent: The Nagra Tapes and Beyond Podcast
First, apologies if this has been mentioned before, I’ve searched and can’t find anything. Suggestion: would it be good to have a podcast specific thread? This is recommended in this week’s Radio Times, currently at 26 parts and states: “The ultimate Get Back deep diveand makes Peter Jackson’s three part movie seem like a superficial skim”.
17 December 2012
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