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Kit O'Toole interviews Ken Womack for her monthly Facebook Live show. They discuss his latest book John Lennon 80: The Last Days in the Life as well as other upcoming projects. For more information, visit his website at https://kennethwomack.com/.
To celebrate what would have been John Lennon’s 80th birthday, we are pleased to welcome Dave Morrell. Beginning as a teen in the 1970s, he amassed such an impressive collection of Beatles memorabilia that when John Lennon heard about it, he promptly asked to meet him. This would begin a series of meetings where Dave would delight John with rare Beatles footage. Morrell subsequently worked in promotions for several record labels, including Capitol. He not only got to work on a Lennon project, but on Paul McCartney’s Press to Play. We discuss Dave’s friendship with John as well as his latest book, Run-Out Groove: Inside Capitol's 1980s Hits & Stiffs.
Since we had almost a month's worth of news accumulated, we decided to air a "mini-episode" dedicated to just the news. And we had a lot to discuss, including the possibility of a "McCartney III" release at the end of 2020. Don't miss our Oct. 5 episode, where we'll salute John Lennon's 80th birthday with author Dave Morrell.
In this mega-sized episode, we celebrate our 50th episode by asking viewers to join us in the Zoom room. We play a special round of "Wrack Our Brains" (see Episode 46), but this time viewers ask US the questions! Join us for a fun episode where we're asked about some thought-provoking issues. Thank you to all who participated!
Talk More Talk proudly welcomes our first "in studio" guest, Beatlefan Executive Editor Al Sussman. He discusses latest two-part article, an assessment of Paul McCartney's solo career. Was his output from the 1970s-1990s better or worse than his material from the 2000s-2020? Plus we finish our tour through the Flaming Pie set, we make a very special announcement about our milestone next show, and Ken Michaels shares the latest news. Don't miss this jam-packed episode!
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.
This week we explore John Lennon’s 1973 album that became a crossroads work in many ways.
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.
Join the party as we celebrate Ringo Starr's birthday (slightly early) by revealing our picks for our top three favorite Ringo albums.
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.
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.