Talk More Talk: A Solo Beatles Videocast
We're back with a new episode, this time celebrating the 40th (!) anniversary of Ringo Starr's album "Stop and Smell the Roses." We explore its singles, videos, and much more. talkmoretalk.com talk
Talk More Talk digs deep into the 50th Anniversary Edition of "All Things Must Pass," and you're invited! 2Legs cohost Andy Nicholes joins us as we discuss the remixes, outtakes, demos, and much more.
We are delighted to welcome back TMT member Ken Womack and past guest Jason Kruppa to discuss their new book "All Things Must Pass Away: Harrison, Clapton, and Other Assorted Love Songs." Join us as w
The much anticipated documentary "McCartney 3,2,1" finally debuted on Hulu, featuring producer Rick Rubin interviewing Paul McCartney about his life in music. We review the six episodes, discussing th
We're back to kick off our "MACCA-Month" with another listen to Paul McCartney's 1983 LP. Is it fair to call it a collection of "Tug of War leftovers," or is it an under-appreciated work? @talkmoret
Considering all the albums the Beatles released during their solo careers, what was the greatest "one-two punch"--that is, two strong albums released sequentially--from each artist? For this episode, we will each select the best "one-two punches" from ea.
Our occasional series "Another Listen" returns as we reexamine "Bad Boy," the 1978 album that was a critical and commercial disappointment upon its release. Did it deserve its harsh judgement? Popular guest Al Sussman pinch hits for Ken Michaels to help .
Talk More Talk is delighted to welcome Fernando Perdomo, co-producer of the album "Ram On: The 50th Anniversary Tribute to Paul & Linda McCartney’s Ram." We discuss how Perdomo, along with original Ram drummer Denny Seiwell, selected the artists for the .
In this episode, we explore the huge John Lennon & the Plastic Ono Band box set. We discuss its strengths and weaknesses, share our favorite tracks, and compare it to other releases in both the John Lennon and Paul McCartney archives. Plus Ken Michaels.
Do the three existing "best of" George Harrison compilations properly represent his body of work? We explore the three albums, rate their strengths and weaknesses, and propose what we'd like to see in a future compilation. @talkmoretalk1 talkmoresol..