George Harrison and the T-Bone steak, rock fantasy football teams & spot the AI lyrics!
Word In Your Ear
Conversational footballs punted about the park this week include … … why George Harrison’s trip to Benton, Illinois, in 1963 would make a great Netflix drama – the $400 Rickenbacker, the local gig billed as “the English Elvis”, the roller-skating waitresses. “I’m in a band called the Beatles back home and we’re doing quite well.” … buskers being allowed to use amplification is a monstrous invasion of our private space: discuss. … is Deliveroo the new generation gap? … we asked some AI software to write lyrics in the style of certain bands. You need to hear the results. … musicians and the positions they should play on the football pitch. … a deathless picture of McCartney and all-girl crowd at the Cavern. … plus birthday guest Keith Adsley flies the flag for ‘Jaguar Sound’ by Adrian Quesada.Subscribe to Word In Your Ear on Patreon and receive every future Word Podcast before the rest of the world, alongside a whole host of extra and exclusive content, benefits and rewards!: https://www.patreon.com/wordinyourear Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Cleave Interview Series #4: George Harrison (Pt 2)
One Sweet Dream: A Beatles Podcast
In this two-part episode, Diana and Dr. Duncan Driver explore Cleave's profile on George Harrison. In part two they explore the second half of the interview which focuses on George's home, his home life with Pattie, and his thoughts on war, the old guard, and religion. As in part one, George is amusingly blunt, witty, and endearingly earnest.These exceptional interviews, originally posted in the Evening Standard, provide rare intimate glimpses of the Beatles in 1966, sometimes countering the traditional view of them at this time.Many thanks to the fabulous Dr. Duncan Driver! @drduncd Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 205: George Harrison’s ”Gone Troppo” at 40!
I’ve Got a Beatles Podcast!
We've finally gotten around to reviewing George Harrison's 1982 album Gone Troppo after having laughs at its expense for years. Why is the album so unknown? Should it be? Was George at a career low at this time? What are our favorites and duds? Check out this album review as it turns 40. Complete episodes can be found at https://ivegotabeatlespodcast.podbean.com. Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @ivegotabeatlesFacebook: I’ve Got A Beatles Podcast Our video venture: "Song Album Career!" https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClqNdoDpQxpj6QMNDmXYYog
Here Comes the Sun: The Spiritual and Musical Journey of George Harrison
Joshua Greene, who studied meditation with the legendary Beatle George Harrison, draws on personal remembrances, recorded conversations, and firsthand accounts to create a moving portrait of Harrison's spiritual life, his profound contribution to the Beatles' music, and previously unpublished anecdotes about his time with music legends Bob Dylan, Elvis Presley, and others."Many well-known artists have touched people's hearts with their music, but few have ever succeeded in touching people's souls. That was George's gift, and his story is described here with affection and taste. A wonderful book."–Mia FarrowJoshua M. Greene earned his master's degree from Hofstra University, where he taught Hinduism and Holocaust history until his retirement in 2013. He has spoken at the Pentagon, the Judge Advocates College, and the New York Public Library Distinguished Author series, and he lectures frequently before state bar associations. His most recent book is a biography of Srila Prabhupada, titled Swami in a Strange Land.
Episode 97: George Harrison in the 1970s with Eoghan Lang
Talk More Talk: A Solo Beatles Videocast
In this episode we welcome Eoghan Lyng, author of "George Harrison in the 1970s," a book examining a significant decade in Harrison's life. We'll discuss the professional and personal changes Harrison underwent in this important period, and why Lyng chose to cover them in this new book. NOTE: We apologize for some of the sound issues in this episode--Eoghan was broadcasting via his phone from Spain (not Ireland, as mentioned in the show), and there were technical problems associated with that. talkmoretalk.com email@example.com @talkmoretalk1 https://www.facebook.com/talkmoretalkvideocast https://www.youtube.com/c/TalkMoreTalkASoloBeatlesVideocast Eoghan Lyng links: https://eoghanlyngwriter.wordpress.com/2020/05/11/mccartney-and-me/ https://www.culturesonar.com/fab-fools-the-beatles-as-comedians/ https://beatlefansomethingnew.wordpress.com/2020/12/21/in-the-studio-with-george-harrison/ https://burningshed.com/eoghan-lyng_george-harrison-in-the-1970s_book
Episode 96: George Harrison Live in Japan Revisited
Talk More Talk: A Solo Beatles Videocast
It's been 30 years since the release of "Live in Japan," George Harrison's final album issued in his lifetime. In this episode we revisit his last tour, how Eric Clapton persuaded him back onto the stage, and much more. Plus, stay tuned for a special announcement about the Talk More Talk Chicago Fest for Beatles Fans panel! Send your questions for the Fest for Beatles Fans "Wrack Our Brains" panel by Aug. 12 to firstname.lastname@example.org. Ken Michaels' interview with John Harris: https://youtu.be/bLRsTpqSP2c Ken Michaels' "Talk More Talk" gang interview: https://youtu.be/xPXHAcnamS0 talkmoretalk.com email@example.com @talkmoretalk1 https://www.facebook.com/talkmoretalkvideocast https://www.youtube.com/c/TalkMoreTalkASoloBeatlesVideocast
Yellow Submarine (1968) "The Beatles" John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, & George Harrison
Book Vs Movie Podcast
Book Vs. Movie: Yellow SubmarineThe Beatles Classic Animated Psychedelic TripIn 1968, The Beatles were the biggest band in the world and were eager to finish their United Artists deal (the company that produced A Hard Days Night and Help!) with a film that would uplift their audience (which included kids and adults) and take the animation world to a new level beyond Disney and stop-action holiday specials. Yellow Submarine took a hodgepodge of Beatles classics, new numbers, filler tunes, and a “flower power" mindset to cement their reputations as daring creators. There is simply no easy way to describe the impact the “Fab Four” had on world culture in the 1960s in one show. However, we thought that expanding the idea of a “book” to an iconic song and how they showed their art in a whole new format was as interesting and an adaptation as we could unpack. The story of the residents of Pepperland who are under attack by the Blue Meanies and subsequently rescued by Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearst Club Band (n their yellow submarine) is weird and funny. Directed by Canadian George Dunning and written by Lee Minoff and Erich Segal (of future Love Story fame) it features just a few moments of the lads of Liverpool at the end (thus fulfilling their contract) and is chock full of songs that will make you sing and hum and feel wonderful. It’s now considered a classic in animation, but is it any good? In this ep the Margos discuss:The story of The BeatlesAnimation in the 1960sThe animated voices: John Clive (John Lennon,) Geoffrey Hughes (Paul McCartney,) Peter Batten (George Harrison,) Paul Angelis (narrator/Chief Blue Meanie/Ringo Starr,) Dick Emery (Max/Lord Mayor,) and Lance Percival (“Young/Old Fred”.) Clips used:Blue MeaniesYellow Submarine trailer“The Beatles” voicesJeremy Nowhere ManRobot Chicken versionMusic by The BeatlesBook Vs. Movie is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. Find more podcasts you will love Frolic.Media/podcasts. Join our Patreon page to help support the show! https://www.patreon.com/bookversusmovie Book Vs. Movie podcast https://www.facebook.com/bookversusmovie/Twitter @bookversusmovie www.bookversusmovie.comEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.org Margo D. @BrooklynFitChik www.brooklynfitchick.com email@example.comMargo P. @ShesNachoMama https://coloniabook.weebly.com/ Our logo was designed by Madeleine Gainey/Studio 39 Marketing Follow on Instagram @Studio39Marketing & @musicalmadeleine
Episode 199: Songs under the Microscope, Vol. 25- ”Any Road” by George Harrison...plus an Epic Rant!
I’ve Got a Beatles Podcast!
In this episode, we go back into the lab and dissect George Harrison's song, "Any Road" from his posthumous 2002 album Brainwashed. How does the song stack up in George's catalog, what's interesting about the music and lyrics, and can Chris find any covers of note? Following our discussion of "Any Road," Chris launches into an epic rant about the latest McCartney release (the McCartney I,II, III box set) and why the McCartney camp doesn't seem to be listening to what fans actually want. What do you think? Also, if you want to send us a recorded audio question for our Q/A 200th episode, send an audio file/link to firstname.lastname@example.org. We recommend using vocaroo.com for a free audio recorder. We'd love to hear your questions or comments on any subject! Complete episodes can be found at https://ivegotabeatlespodcast.podbean.com. Email: email@example.comTwitter: @ivegotabeatlesFacebook: I’ve Got A Beatles Podcast Our video venture: "Song Album Career!" https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClqNdoDpQxpj6QMNDmXYYog