The ultimate Beatles podcast: Deep research, unconventional topics, probing interviews and hard-hitting info that doesn't pull any punches. Hosted by Erik Taros and Richard Buskin.
'Buskin with The Beatles' #27 excerpt - Derek Taylor talks about The Beatles being interviewed for 'Anthology'.
From Allan Kozinn's 10/11/95 interview with The Beatles' legendary publicist.© Allan Kozinn.
'Buskin with The Beatles' #26 excerpt - Brian Wilson and The Beatles
'Buskin with The Beatles' #24 excerpt - "Ringo Slams the Hamburg Tapes"
'Buskin with The Beatles' #23 excerpt - Ringo Explaining Why The Threetles Wouldn't Keep Working Together.mp3
'Buskin with The Beatles' #22 excerpt - Ringo compares his drumming to Pete Best's
Buskin with The Beatles #21 excerpt - Ringo talks about Beatles outtakes and bootlegs
Great podcast for Beatles fans
Ive been listening for a while but I loved the analysis of “Girl” so much I decided to write this review. Melody’s input on the breathing was right on!
Absolutely Top Notch
Without a doubt - the BEST Beatles podcast out there. I learn something every time I listen, and that’s not an easy feat for someone who’s been obsessed with the Beatles his whole life. Richard and Erik are also exactly the kinda hosts you hope for. You can feel the love and the passion for the music pouring out of them every episode.
My only rub is the occasional multiple month gap between episodes, but hey, I’ll take quality over quantity any day. Absolutely top notch!
Look no further to be wowed!
Thrilled to have found this podcast! The hosts have such thorough knowledge of all things Beatles and include primary sources like interviews and excerpts found in no other podcasts. I especially appreciate that the entire songs are played (why would you stop a Beatles’ song?) and the deep dive interpretations that follow. The hosts are respectful of each other and the banter is smart and witty. Each episode represents a professional product that begins and ends with quality content, and you might find yourself listening to many of them twice to not miss “every little thing!’