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In episode 402 of Things We Said Today, Allan Kozinn and Darren Devivo (Ken Michaels is taking a week off) speak with the author in impresario Vivek Tiwary about the 10th anniversary expanded reissue of “The Fifth Beatle,” his graphic (in the graphic... more
In episode 401 of Things We Said Today, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren Devivo have another lengthy and enlightening discussion with the great director Peter Jackson about the “Now and Then” video – his debut as a music clip director – as well ... more
To celebrate our 400th episode, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren Devivo welcome back two past co-hosts, Steve Marinucci and Al Sussman, for a look back at some of the show’s history and a discussion of social media, podcasts and other ways of ex... more
I respect the hosts for their greatly varying degrees of knowledge of all things Beatle, but the podcast itself is dull and often a bit irritating — the result, I think, of the loose structure that causes the hosts to constantly fall silent while waiting for someone else to talk or pose a question. The hosts seem truly bored with every topic that’s discussed, and they don’t really engage with each other or provide fresh insights into the music that’s being discussed. The feeling is that they’d a... more
The audio quality is terrible: tinny, very low fidelity. This is particularly baffling considering DeVivo is a professional broadcaster. Often the guests are let to ramble, and I think the interviewers need to keep them on point. Sometimes they get things flat-out wrong: for instance, the recent author of Act Naturally said Magical Mystery Tour's run time is 45 minutes. I didn't have to look it up to know that's wrong (it's 55 minutes). Considering the stature of the three hosts, these problems ... more
I really think you are out of touch with how most Beatles fans feel about Yoko. Surely there are other better, less frequent, topics. Maybe some younger fans who haven't heard the Nagra tapes and only watched Peter Jackson's white washed Get Back have a different impression of Yoko quietly knitting during the Let it Be sessions. But she was the single most destructive catalyst in breaking up the Beatles. As far as her being an "Important" artist, which has become a quite trendy theme among Beatl... more
Decided to check this out after seeing it suggested for so long as per my Beatles p’cast-devouring habit. They know their Fab-stuff (esp. Kozinn) but take needless minutes starting/going off-topic during eps. Took a whole 20+ mins. to approach main topic in #373 (John & Paul similarities) after rambling on with takes on a Revolver reissue that they hadn’t heard in full or come out at the time. A good deal of figurative gun-adhering from one of ‘em to takes & opinions that display a distaste to ... more
The titles of the more recent episodes don’t match up with the content. Where’s the one on Revolver?
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Things We Said Today Beatles Radio Show launched 11 years ago and published 300 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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