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An in-depth look at all of the Beatles songs from a unique perspective

Looking Through The Glass Onion Jay Hanson and Billy McGuigan

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An in-depth look at all of the Beatles songs from a unique perspective

    Episode 6 - A Hard Day's Night

    Episode 6 - A Hard Day's Night

    Billy and Jay are back! The guys peel back the layers of the Glass Onion on this Beatles classic. So much information in this episode…what’s a malapropism? Can Billy and Jay unlock the mystery of the opening chord? Who wrote this song and how quickly? What are the issues performing it live? How many Glass Onions for this song/album/movie? Listen and find out!

    • 32 Min.
    Episode 5 - Something

    Episode 5 - Something

    John Lennon called Something the best song on Abbey Road. Frank Sinatra called it the best "tune" The Beatles ever wrote. How many Glass Onions will Billy and Jay give it? Listen to find out!

    • 32 Min.
    I'm Looking Through You

    I'm Looking Through You

    Billy and Jay delve into this classic cut off of Rubber Soul. Do you hear the American false start version or the British without the error? Do you have any idea what we're talking about? After episode 4 of this podcast, you'll soon know the answer!

    • 32 Min.
    Episode 3 - I've Got A Feeling

    Episode 3 - I've Got A Feeling

    Join Billy and Jay as they explore this great rocker. Recorded on the rooftop of Apple in Saville Row in January, 1969. Paul's written his part for his new found love, Linda Eastman and John is reflecting on his chaotic and drama filled year. Each part of the song sheds light on the differences in the two men's lives at that point.

    • 34 Min.
    Episode 2 - Yellow Submarine

    Episode 2 - Yellow Submarine

    Bells, whistles, submarine sounds. In episode 2, Billy and Jay walk you through one of the Beatles most iconic songs.

    • 40 Min.
    Episode 1 - Love Me Do

    Episode 1 - Love Me Do

    An in-depth look at The Beatles' first single, Love Me Do.

    • 29 Min.

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