30 episodes

The ONLY home of adult, cool, and forward-thinking Beatles discussion.
Two lifelong friends exploring the greatest music on the planet -- and everything in-between.

Real Talk.
Real Love.
REAL BEATLES.

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    • 4.4, 104 Ratings

The ONLY home of adult, cool, and forward-thinking Beatles discussion.
Two lifelong friends exploring the greatest music on the planet -- and everything in-between.

Real Talk.
Real Love.
REAL BEATLES.

    030 - "GREEN FOUR - Part 1"

    030 - "GREEN FOUR - Part 1"

    Howie & Bard give yet another definitive look into The Beatles' '70s era.

    • 57 min
    029 - "JUBER"

    029 - "JUBER"

    A very special episode of featuring excerpts from Howie's 2010 and 2014 interviews with Wings' final lead guitarist, Laurence Juber.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    028 - "EGG - Part 2"

    028 - "EGG - Part 2"

    Howie & Bard give the definite take on Paul McCartney's "Back To The Egg"

    • 1 hr
    027 - "EGG - Part 1"

    027 - "EGG - Part 1"

    AT LAST!!!!! An all new FABCAST!!!! Howie & Bard offer up the definitive take on McCartney's final Wings chapter from 1977 to 1980.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    026 - "1965"

    026 - "1965"

    Howie & Bard provide the coolest deep dive into '…

    • 2 hr 23 min
    025 - "GREEN THREE"

    025 - "GREEN THREE"

    Howie & Bard take yet another ballsy, cool, and d…

    • 1 hr 44 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
104 Ratings

104 Ratings

BenPike ,

Good, not great. Worth a listen

I have listened to several episodes. I like most of them. I grew up in New Jersey so I get the references to WABC and WMCA. I like the three opinons but they don't usually disagree with each other. More like affirming. Not sure where they get their facts or just speculating. I haven't learned anything new but it is entertaining.

Gelilapark24 ,

Stop comparing George to the other two

You are constantly, constantly comparing everything George does to both Paul or John and then getting disappointed that it’s not Lennon-Mccartney song/performance. It doesn’t makes sense. It’s like comparing apples to oranges. Of course it’s not gonna be like a Lennon-Mccartney song because he is not them. He is his own person. Listen to George’s music like you would any other artist. Why do you have to look at his work with this extra filter? This doesn’t mean that you are not allowed to criticize him or that you should lower the standards for him. It just means stop bringing bias to his work. If you actually stoped imposing all these ideas and expectations onto George’s work (like John would have said it this way, Paul would have done this to it), you would enjoy more of George’s work as it is, as he wished to be experienced by his audience.

CIAFTOG ,

A Dramatic Delivery But Fun

The hosts are unabashed Beatles fans. They are also fans of popular music in general. They deliver their points with very dramatic emphasis but it is clearly heartfelt. They also drop some informative points along the way. They don’t disguise what they are and I find it a fun and interesting listen. A bit of a time capsule of growing up in the 1970s also if you have any interest in that era. Worth a listen to me for the long time Beatles fan.

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