Talk More Talk: A Solo Beatles Videocast

Talk More Talk: A Solo Beatles Videocast

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.

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May 17, 2022 90 min

This month marks 30 years since the release of Ringo Starr's "Time Takes Time." Join us for a celebration of this standout album LIVE on our YouTube channel at 9 pm ET. Plus Tom shares his experience seeing Paul McCartney live in L.A.!

 

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You're on a desert island and can only bring 10 John Lennon songs with you. Which ones would you bring? On this episode we share our favorites, and invite you to share yours. Plus, we discuss the kickoff of Paul McCartney's "Got Back" tour.

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This year marks the 40th anniversary of Paul McCartney's landmark album, and two noted experts help us celebrate: Chip Madinger and Mark Easter, coauthors of Eight Arms to Hold You (now available in e-book format). In this special episode, we discuss the history of the book as well as the making of Tug of War.  How does the album hold up in 2022?  We debate that question and much more!

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Taken from our live YouTube chat held on 4/8/22, we discuss the highlights of the first Fest in almost three years.  Hear about our experiences seeing Peter Jackson, Michael Lindsay Hogg, Mark Lewisohn, and much more.  

 

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Recorded live at the 2022 NY Metro Fest for Beatles Fans, we interview Laurence Juber on his time with Wings. We discuss how he joined the band, recording "Back to the Egg," filming the TV special, the UK Tour, and Wings' eventual disbanding. He also tells us about his new projects, including his latest release "Select Blends." Order it from his website at https://laurencejuber.com/.

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In the latest edition of our "Another Listen" series, we take a second look at George Harrison's 1981 album. Meeting with mixed results from critics and fans, "Somewhere in England" has not typically been as well regarded as "All Things Must Pass" or "Cloud Nine."  But has it aged better with time?

 

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Paul McCartney has worked with numerous producers, but has also produced himself. Which producers do you think work with him most successfully? Or do you think he is best when producing himself?  We tackle that complicated question in this episode.

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By the end of the 1970s, Ringo Starr's was a far cry from the success of 1973's "Ringo." After scoring a number of hit singles after that, his winning streak seemed to run out, with albums such as "Ringo the 4th" and "Bad Boy" failing to crack the top 100. What happened? In this episode, we discuss possibilities as to why Ringo's career lost steam as the 70s came to a close. 

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February 8, 2022 119 min

In celebration of (upcoming) Valentine's Day, we share our picks for the best love songs from the solo era. What are your favorites? 

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While the Beatles helped pioneer the modern music video, they continued creating fun and interesting clips for their 70s singles. For this episode, we explore some of our favorite videos.

 

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January 11, 2022 107 min

We're back with our first episode of 2022, marking the 50th anniversary of Wings' debut album "Wild Life." We examine how the album has held up over five decades, how the album kicked off the Wings phase of Paul McCartney's career, and much more.

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December 15, 2021 100 min

Our final show of 2021 reviews our favorite Beatles and solo-related items of the year, and we discuss what we hope to see in 2022. We also play tribute to Michael Nesmith, a friend of the Beatles and a pioneer in country rock, music video, and multimedia.

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November 29, 2021 marked the 20th anniversary of George Harrison's passing. Special guest Steve Matteo (author of The Beatles' Let It Be [33 1/3 series]) joins us as we celebrate Harrison's legacy and influence. 

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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"!

 

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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.

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November 23, 2021 129 min

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!

 

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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.  

 

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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.

 

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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? 

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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? 

 

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