Talk More Talk: A Solo Beatles Videocast
Talk More Talk: A Solo Beatles Videocast
Talk More Talk
Talk More Talk is a videocast analyzing the solo catalog of the Beatles. The biweekly program features engaging discussion, interviews, audience Q&A, and much more. Hosted by Tom Hunyady, Ken Michaels, Kit O'Toole, Mean Mr. Mayo, and Ken Womack.
TMT Extra: ”Get Back” Part Three Reaction and How the Film Changes (or Not) Beatles History
Joined by bassist John Montagna, the Talk More Talk gang discusses part three of "Get Back" and its impact on Beatles history.  Thank you for joining us on this "long and winding road"! @talkmoretalk1
Nov 29
2 hr 14 min
TMT Extra: ”Get Back” Parts One and Two Reaction
Ken Womack reunites with the Talk More Talk gang to discuss parts one and two of “Get Back.” Part three will be discussed on Sunday, Nov. 28 at 9 pm ET on our YouTube channel, so join us then.  Part two of our discussion will also be available on our podcast. @talkmoretalk1
Nov 27
1 hr 31 min
Episode 78: Wrack Our Brains Returns!
Before the big "Get Back" weekend, we decided to play a round of our popular "Wrack My Brain" game. We will ask each other questions to answer off the top of our heads that are strictly opinions, e.g. "Which version of 'Maybe I'm Amazed' do you prefer--the live or studio version?"  Feel free to play along! @talkmoretalk1    
Nov 23
2 hr 9 min
Episode 77: Paul McCartney Lyrics 1956-Present
Paul McCartney has chosen to tell his life story through his music rather than a traditional biography. However, since its release, the two-volume work has generated some controversy. In this episode we discuss the two-volume work, sharing our favorite moments as well as elements we disagree with, how the books establish McCartney's legacy, and much more. @talkmoretalk1
Nov 9
2 hr 3 min
Episode 76: The Let It Be Box Set Finally Arrives!
After a year-long delay, the Let It Be box set (as well as vinyl configurations) was finally released. In this episode we take a close look at the book, remastered album, Glyn Johns mix, and the outtakes included in the deluxe edition.  Plus Ken Michaels shares the latest news. @talkmoretalk1
Oct 26
1 hr 55 min
Episode 75: Another Listen: John Lennon‘s Some Time in New York City
In the latest edition of our "Another Listen" series, we take a second look at John Lennon's most controversial album, 1972's "Some Time in New York City." Did it deserve the lukewarm critical and commercial reception it received? How has it aged almost 50 years later?  Select links mentioned in this episode: John Lennon Commemorative Stamps for International Day of Peace and 50th Anniversary of Imagine:   New Video for "Drum Together" for Why Hunger: @talkmoretalk1
Oct 12
1 hr 57 min
Episode 74: Ringo ”Changes the World” with New EP
In this episode, we take a close look at Ringo Starr's latest EP.  Plus Ken Michaels shares the latest news. What do you think of the new record? @talkmoretalk1
Sep 28
1 hr 53 min
Episode 73: Ringo Starr‘s Stop and Smell the Roses, 40 Years Later
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. @talkmoretalk1
Sep 15
2 hr 2 min
Episode 72: Celebrating "All Things Must Pass" 50th Anniversary Edition!
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. Plus Ken Michaels shares exciting news about the numerous Beatles and solo releases coming in Fall 2021. @talkmoretalk1    
Aug 24
1 hr 52 min
Episode 71: Interview with Authors Ken Womack and Jason Kruppa
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 we discuss their look at George Harrison and Eric Clapton's unique friendship and creative partnership.     @talkmoretalk1  
Aug 10
1 hr 41 min
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