Three Beatles mavens discuss the music
244-The 'Roots' of John Lennon's 'Rock and Roll' Lawsuit (with Jay Bergen)
Fab 4 Free 4 All and author Jay Bergen get to the 'Roots' of John Lennon's 'Rock and Roll' lawsuits.
243-Beatles 'Revolver' 2022 with Giles Martin
Fab 4 Free 4 All discusses the 2022 Beatles' 'Revolver' remix and talk with Giles Martin.
242-Visiting the Beatles' Fab 4 Cities
Fab 4 Free 4 All speaks with David Bedford, Richard Porter and Susan Ryan, authors of "The Beatles: Fab Four Cities".
241-Fab 4 Free 4 All Talks With Patrick O'Connell
Mitch Axelrod speaks with Patrick O'Connell, father of Bille Eilish and Finneas O'Connell.
240-Solo Beatle 'Comebacks'
The solo Beatles' 'comebacks' are the topic of this episode of Fab 4 Free 4 All.
239-Conversation wih Beatles Author Janice Mitchell
The Fab 4 Free 4 All cast talks with Beatles author Janice Mitchell.
A fun and knowledgeable podcast about The Beatles. The one I just listened to was about the recent special 3,2,1 McCartney. It was interesting and makes me want to rewatch it again. It was a bit redundant whining about McCartney’s canned responses. Seriously, the guy(Paul) has been answering much the same questions since the 60’s, you’d get repetitive too. Secondly there are alway new Beatle fans every year and not everyone is a born Beatle expert with every Mark Lewisohn book memorized. What may seem repetitive to one person is new information to someone just discovering the Fab Four. It was the only reason I gave it 4/5. A fun podcast otherwise.
Good topics but show needs structure
Twenty-five minutes into a podcast on collecting and the hosts are still just debating the definition of collecting. The hosts are knowledgeable and the topics are interesting, but the discussions are always rambling, unfocused and repetitive. The hosts just need to sit down and outline the show in advance before hitting the record button.
For that Giles Martin exclusive. Honored to listen to it