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Talk More Talk: A Solo Beatles Videocast

Talk More Talk

Talk More Talk is a videocast analyzing the solo catalog of the Beatles. The biweekly program features engaging discussion, interviews, audience Q&A, and much more. Hosted by Tom Hunyady, Ken Michaels, Kit O'Toole, Mean Mr. Mayo, and Ken Womack.

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3.9 out of 5 stars from 53 ratings
  • Ken

    I love him but frankly given how he loves every Beatle or solo Beatles song, the rest of the group always seems nervous to say Anything critical of the group. There is uh or ohs as the rest struggle to sort of critical things about a song which gets annoying and kills way too much time as well as nervous laughter. Kit seems to have greater confidence to stand up to Ken. more

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    Normanbrookest
    United Statesa year ago
  • Entertaining and Informative

    Tom, Ken, Kit, and Joe provide interesting and funny specific discussions on solo Beatles topics. Their passion is contagious and you’ll want to go and Re listen to all the solo albums to appreciate the nuances to the fabulous music.

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    5
    elvis60s
    United Statesa year ago
  • Audio Quality and Technical Issues

    It’s not meant to be a negative review. The content can be great but I cannot listen to the podcast anymore due to poor audio quality, background noise and editing mistakes. It’s a shame because it’s been near impossible to enjoy the last few podcasts due to the issues mentioned above.

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    Kierks
    United States2 years ago
  • Love Every Second!

    I Absolutely love going deep into those great albums it’s great to listen to when your in a Beatles mood or just to learn more about the Beatles I’ve learned a lot from you guys keep up the great work and tell Joe I said HI!!!!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    bubbajet51
    United States3 years ago
  • Rough Ride

    The first 2 minutes with brutal record scratch and horrible theme music is so off-putting followed by unbalanced panelist mic levels 🙁

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    3
    gordrum
    United States3 years ago

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