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.
Episode 117: Wrack Our Brains Live at the Chicago Fest for Beatles Fans 2023
Recorded at the Chicago Fest for Beatles Fans on August 12, 2023, the special Talk More Talk panel features the popular "Wrack Our Brains" game in front of a live audience. Featuring guests Piers Hemmingsen and Chuck Gunderson, TMT cofounder Kenneth Womack, and regular host Kit O'Toole, the quartet fields questions from the audience and challenge each other to a fun round of queries concerning the Beatles and solo years. Thank you to 2Legs: A Paul McCartney VIdeocast/Podcast's Andy Nicholes for recording the session! Kenneth Womack: Chuck Gunderson: Piers Hemmingsen: @talkmoretalk1
Aug 18
41 min
Episode 116: Rock & Roll with Paul and John
We're taking another look at two of John Lennon and Paul McCartney's rock & roll cover albums: Rock 'n' Roll and CHOBA P CCCP. How are they similar, and where do they differ? @talkmoretalk1   Coming to the Fest for Beatles Fans Chicago August 11-13? Be sure to attend the Talk More Talk panel there featuring Kit O'Toole, Ken Womack, and an all-star panel of authors!  We're playing a game of Wrack Our Brains, so submit your questions by August 11! Simply post your questions in the comments section of the Episode 116 video.
Jul 24
2 hr 4 min
Episode 115: Looking Back at Ringo Rama with Special Guest Mark Hudson
We're celebrating (slightly late) birthday boy Ringo Starr with a look back at 2003’s Ringo Rama with very special guest Mark Hudson! More Mark Hudson interviews: Things We Said Today#383--- Gary Burr Interview: Ken Michaels Radio-Mark Hudson Interview: @talkmoretalk1
Jul 10
2 hr 1 min
Episode 114: Looking into Paul McCartney’s ”Eyes of the Storm”
We're celebrating the birthday boy by diving into his new book, 1964: Eyes of the Storm. Plus we welcome TMT viewers Tom and James Liverani, who attended Conan O'Brien's June 2023 interview with Paul, and they fill us in on the experience of seeing the event live.  They also had the honor of performing with Paul McCartney onstage during a soundcheck, and they share their memories of that special day. @talkmoretalk1
Jun 19
1 hr 15 min
Episode 113: Fifty Years of Living in the Material World
Special guest Jason Kruppa (Producing the Beatles) joins us as we celebrate 50 years of George Harrison's "Living in the Material World." Does it stand the test of time? Is it his most personal album? Things We Said Today interview with Chas Newby: Register for June 6 Record Club featuring 1978 album "The Cars"": JASON KRUPPA: Producing the Beatles:  Follow Jason Kruppa on Twitter: All Things Must Pass Away (revised edition) with Ken Womack: @talkmoretalk1
Jun 5
1 hr 58 min
Episode 112: Is the Sum Greater Than the Parts?
Mick Jagger once called the Beatles "the four-headed monster." But what did each member bring to the group? What did their solo careers demonstrate about their individual talents and identities apart from the "four-headed monster"? @talkmoretalk1
May 15
1 hr 49 min
Episode 111: 50 Years of Red Rose Speedway
Join us as we salute the 50th anniversary of the release of Red Rose Speedway. How has the album aged a half-century later? Let us know in the comments! @talkmoretalk1
May 1
2 hr 6 min
Episode 110: Revisiting 1973, the Great Solo Beatles Year (Live from the NY Fest for Beatles Fans)
Recorded Apr. 1, 2023 in the Palisades Ballroom at the Hyatt Regency on the Hudson in Jersey City, NJ, Talk More Talk revisits the year 1973 in front of a live audience. For the first time, all FIVE--Ken Womack, Ken Michaels, Kit O'Toole, Joe Mayo, and Tom Hunyady reunited to discuss one of the greatest years in solo history. @talkmoretalk1
Apr 5
51 min
Episode 109: Ranking the Number Ones
In this fun episode, we will attempt to rank all the solo number one singles. Which ones are your favorites, and why?. Plus we share a special announcement about our panel at the upcoming NY Metro Fest for Beatles Fans. @talkmoretalk1
Mar 20
1 hr 57 min
Episode 108: Another Listen: Dark Horse
Join us for the latest installment of Another Listen, this time revisiting George Harrison's 1974 album "Dark Horse." Did it deserve the initial critical drubbing it received, or has it aged better with time? @talkmoretalk1
Mar 6
1 hr 42 min
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