I've Got a Beatles Podcast!

An educational, informative, and irreverent look at all things Beatles with Dave and Chris.


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Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 8 days 5 hours 34 minutes


episode 131: Episode 187: Review of Ringo‘s ”Change The World” EP

Here's our review of Ringo Starr's new EP, Change the World. We discuss the four songs, hits and misses, the EP format, future ideas for Ringo, and much more. We finish by discussing the upcoming Get Back/Let It Be releases and our busy end of the year p...



episode 130: Episode 186: Songs Under the Microscope, Vol. 22 - ”And Your Bird Can Sing”

We're back in the lab with another song under the microscope -- this time, it's "And Your Bird Can Sing" from Revolver. We talk about both versions (on Revolver and on Anthology, Vol. 2), the lyrics, the music, and of course, many covers. Here are the li...


 2021-09-20  34m

episode 129: Episode 185: ”The Baroque Beatles Book” - interview with Musicologist Alison DeSimone

Let's go back to 1965 and the release of The Baroque Beatles Book, "arrangements" by composer/musicologist/performer Joshua Rifkin, casting music by the Beatles in the styles of J.S. Bach and G.F. Handel. Sounds like a bad idea, right? Quite the contrary...


 2021-09-04  41m

episode 128: Episode 184: "All Things Must Pass" 50th Anniversary Review

Here is our long-awaited review of the George Harrison 50th Anniversary All Things Must Pass box set! We discuss the packaging/versions, the remix of the main album, the demos, and the session outtakes and jams. What do you think of the set? Did you buy ...


 2021-08-23  1h1m

episode 127: Episode 183: More American Beatles! -- "The Beatles' Second Album"

In this episode, we look at an another American Beatles release: The Beatles' Second Album, released in April 1964. We talk about the album running order, sound, tracks, history, and give it an assessment. Could this album be the best example of the Beat...


 2021-08-08  27m

episode 126: Episode 182: Review of "McCartney 3,2,1"

Dave and Chris discuss and review the Hulu series, "McCartney 3,2,1" with Paul and Rick Rubin. We walk through each episode, talk about the strengths and weaknesses, and give our recommendation at the end. Enjoy!   Complete episodes can be found at https...


 2021-07-25  49m

episode 125: Episode 181: The Concert For Bangladesh ("Put Them In the Movies," and "Classic Beatles Gigs")

In this episode, we talk about George Harrison's 1971 "The Concert for Bangladesh," one of the greatest rock concerts in history. We'll discuss the concert, the performances, the aftermath, and how it works as a movie and soundtrack. Join us as we discus...


 2021-07-06  58m

episode 124: June Beatles News Special Episode!

With the flood of news about upcoming Beatles/Harrison/McCartney releases, we take a look at the Get Back movie info, the All Things Must Pass upcoming sets, and the McCartney/Rick Rubin documentary series coming out in July. We dig into the "controversy...


 2021-06-24  37m

episode 123: Episode 180: A Review of Wings, "Wild Life"

Paul McCartney and Wings's first album Wild Life, released 50 years ago in 1971, was panned on its release for being rushed, for its subpar song quality, and the playing. How does it hold up 50 years later? Were the critics right? Listen in as we dissect...


 2021-06-10  59m

episode 122: Episode 179: Songs Under the Microscope, Vol. 21 - "A World Without Love" by Peter and Gordon (written by Paul McCartney)

Let's go into the lab for a Beatles cover, this time the 1964 #1 hit "A World Without Love" by Peter and Gordon. Paul McCartney gave this song to Peter Asher, the brother of his girlfriend at the time, Jane Asher. It has all the classic McCartneyisms, fr...


 2021-05-30  19m