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It was Sixty Years Ago Today... Beatlemania finished its reach as the Fab Four use New York City, Miami Beach and the Ed Sullivan Show to broadcast across the United States. We not discuss the Fab Four, but Fred Kaps, Mitzi Gaynor, Rossi and All... more
Before he jetted off to New York, and then Vegas, Sir Paul and his team dropped the fiftieth anniversary release of "Band on the Run", highlighted by the "Underdubbed edition." This week we consider the new release and look at what is under the o... more
Lonnie Pena and I consider the recent production "The Beatles and the BBC". An interesting collection of BBC clips ranging the Beatles years and beyond with some effort putting the "Threetles" in the historic context of the band they once were.
Despicable treatment of May Pang, ageism and just terrible review of her movie At least, you cop to your bias.
…or just talk about it and please add some full songs from it put it on Amazon music please
Without the shows one saving grace, Lonnie Pena, there is absolutely no reason left to listen to this podcast any longer
For the love of God stop the hard panning. It sounds horrible when listening with earbuds. Place the each hosts audio in both channels.
Ed has an ability to find amazingly great cohosts. First there was Dave, who was terrific. Now we have Lonnie, who is equally terrific if not even better somehow, and I miss him while he's on sabbatical and hope he comes back soon. But even without Lonnie, Ed is carrying on in fine style, and the two Rutles episodes are a good example. They might be in my top 10 episode list for the show. If you like the Beatles and their respective solo careers, try listening. When They Was Fab rewards listener... more
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