Saturday, October 25, 2008

PODCAST #31: 13/10/08

Show #724

PANEL: Graeme Dickenson, Gary Lally, Gavin Myers

I assume everyone's okay with the m4a podcast, so we'll carry on in this format with chapters and changing photos for everyone with iPods.....a great show tonight.


Julia (Take 22, Anthology 3)
Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey (RM5)
Martha My Dear
Sing For Changes - The Fireman
Heart Of The Country - Paul & Linda McCartney
I'll Be Back
Cranky Ringo's Video Update
I'm The Greatest - Ringo Starr
Don't Be Cruel - Ringo Starr
Jann Wenner on "Enough Rope"
Look At Me - John Lennon
Fool On The Hill
I Lie Around - Wings
Well Darling (Wildkat)
Georgie Girl - The Seekers
Penny Lane
Somethin' Stupid - Frank & Nancy Sinatra
For You Blue (Let It Be Naked)
Being For The Benefit Of Mr Kite

Segments include On This Day, Number One Number One (hence the Seekers track!!!), Dicko revives a Classic Boot that's laid dormant for 5 years, and Gav explores the links between Led Zeppelin and the Beatles. Ringo cops a fair slappin' for his insane online ramblings. And that new Fireman track is actually pretty good...just one folks' opinion...but I think So Bad is amazing so who am I to judge????

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

PODCAST #30: 6/10/08

Show # 723

PANEL: Gary Lally, Greg Armstrong, David White

This week is the trial of the "enhanced podcast". Instead of one continuous 2 hour long MP3, presented here is an enhanced podcast in iTunes/iPod m4a format, broken up into chapters so you can access your favourite Heather Mills jokes instantly!

It'd be great to hear your feedback as whether it's something worth pursuing....

1. Something
2. Come Together
3. Love Me Do (Past Masters)
4. From Me To You
5. LIBB Intro
6. Introductions
7. Reader Letter/Australian Tour Video Footage
8. Julian Lennon Discussion
9. Backtrack
10. BBC Sessions Discussion
11. Podcast Plug
12. Song Introductions
13. Faster - George Harrison
14. Beware Of Darkness (string overdub)
15. Backtrack
16. Off-Topic: Bathurst/The Bangles
17. Pete Best Live In Benton, Illinois Review
18. Song Introductions
19. Saturday Club 26 Jan 1963
20. Thank You Girl (Live At The BBC)
21. Backtrack
22. Off-Topic: Suzy Quatro
23. Fireman Intro
24. Nothing Too Much Just Out Of Sight - The Fireman
25. Maybe I'm Amazed (Live in Moscow 2003)
26. Backtrack
27. Top 5 Beatle Cover Versions
28. WONSAPONATIME: Introduction
29. WONSAPONATIME: Rip It Up - John Lennon
30: WONSAPONATIME: Whatever Gets You Through The Night - John Lennon
31: FAB FORGERIES: Eleanor Rigby vs. Brain Stew - The Beatles/Green Day
32: Backtrack
33: McCartney Blu-Ray Releases
34: Myspace News
35: Eight Days A Week
36: #9 Dream (string overdub) - John Lennon
37: Backtrack
38: NEWS: McCartney
40: Goodnights
41: LIBB Outro
42: This Guitar Can't Keep From Crying - George Harrison

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Podcast #29: 29/09/08

Show #722

PANEL: Graeme Dickenson, Greg Armstrong & David White


Two Of Us – (Alternate Let It Be)
Yellow Submarine –UK Mono Mix (Alternate Yellow Submarine)
I've Just Seen A Face (Alternate Help)
Every Little Thing (Beatles For Sale)
One And One Is Two (Yellow Dog-Acetates, Single Disc Edition)
Isn't It A Pity-George (All Things Must Pass)
Jealous Guy –John (Take 1 from " Imagine All The Outtakes")
I'm Stepping Out –John (Milk & Honey)
(Just Like) Starting Over-John (Double Fantasy)
That'll Be The Day-The Quarrymen (Anthology 1)
Slow Down- (Past Masters Volume 1)

Plenty of good topics for discussion this week including McCartney's collaborations with Michael Jackson, as featured in a recent "Worst Songs Of All Time" news article.

The recording of the Quarrymen acetate is explained along with a website dedicate to the place it was recorded:

Dave Farris calls in live from London where he talks about his trip to Liverpool, including a trip to John's Menlove Avenue house and a guided tour of the Casbah by Pete Best's sister in law, Lee. Last, but not least, his sighting of McCartney outside the MPL office.

Dave White introduces his new segment, going backwards chronologically through John's Solo catalogue. Tonight he looks at Double Fantasy and Milk & Honey.