At last, the latest edition in Paul McCartney's Archive series has arrived: Flaming Pie! This week we delve into the features-packed deluxe edition, sharing the highlights (and possible drawbacks) of the set. Plus Ken Michaels shares the news.

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This week we explore John Lennon’s 1973 album that became a crossroads work in many ways. Share your thoughts—what are some of your favorite tracks? Where do you rank it in his catalog?

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In our first edition of “Wrack Our Brains,” we ask each other rapid opinion questions that we answer on the spot, first thing that comes to mind. The questions mainly have to do with the solo years, and all is fair game. We also invite YOU to play along in answering the questions! It’s a fully interactive show that's a great deal of fun, so don’t miss it! Plus Ken Michaels has all the latest news, and much more.

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Join the party as we celebrate Ringo Starr's birthday (slightly early) by revealing our picks for our top three favorite Ringo albums. What are your favorites? Leave them in the comments! Plus Ken Michaels has all the latest news, so don't miss the celebration!

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In 2004, the Lennon estate released "John Lennon Acoustic," a compilation of demos, studio and live performances featuring his acoustic guitar work. We take another look at this special release and are rejoined by Ken Womack! Plus Ken Michaels shares the latest news.

 

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George Harrison’s final album encapsulates his gift for satire, wit, and musicianship. This week we look back on his final musical statement, and how it still resonates in 2020. J

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In this super-sized episode, we each reveal our top five favorite Paul McCartney/George Martin collaborations. Anything goes: soundtracks, singles, albums, arrangements, etc. 

Plus Ken Michaels shares the latest news, and we celebrate Ken’s 2,000th broadcast and Mean Mr. Mayo's eighth year broadcast on YouTube.  We also pay tribute to two major players in Beatles history we recently lost: Little Richard and Astrid Kirchherr.  

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Who is Ognir Rrats? We answer this question in the first of a new occasional series looking at solo TV specials. This week we revisit Ringo Starr’s 1978 special “Ringo” which chronicles the adventures of the ex-Beatles and his fictional half-brother Ognir. Musical numbers and very 1970s guest stars—it’s all here and more in this fun episode! Plus Ken Michaels shares the latest news.

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April 10, 1970 marks a dark day in many Beatles fans’ hearts. The date marks Paul McCartney’s announcement of his departure from the band. Of course, the story is more “long and winding.” This week Talk More Talk revisits the 50th anniversary of the event, exploring the repercussions for them as solo artists and how it changed the course of music. Plus Ken Michaels shares the latest news, including a discussion of the recent One World:Together at Home broadcast.

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This year marks the 50th anniversary of Ringo Starr’s solo debut “Sentimental Journey.” Join us as we dig into this album of standards arranged by such noted musicians as Quincy Jones, Maurice Gibb, and Paul McCartney. Produced by George Martin, the LP would kick off an eclectic solo career. Plus Ken Michaels shares the latest news.

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