Happy Mother's Day! Hope you enjoyed our selection of Beatles classics, solo tracks and a few rarities sprinkled in.
What might it have sounded like if Phil Spector produced The Beatles in 1964? We found a song that might give us an idea, plus we found a haunting, unreleased George Harrison song to share.
This week I celebrate 30 years of playing The Beatles on the radio for you, and what an honor and pleasure it continues to be! This morning we played a little bit of everything: rare mixes, live tracks, alternates and an OOPS or two.
More strange White Album mixes? You bet! We also featured one of George's greatest b-sides.
I stumbled on some interesting alternate White Album mixes and was all too happy to share them on the show this morning!
Thanks to Eric Bazilian for letting us play his beautiful version of "Here Comes the Sun" on the show today!
Some of the biggest bands of the 1960's emerged from Los Angeles' Laurel Canyon, and its history is explored in the documentary Echo in the Canyon.
Lots of George on this week's show, plus a cool cover from an 80s band and a sometimes-overlooked Macca track from Tug Of War.
Sorry for the delay! Hope you enjoyed the show. How about that reggae cover of Get Back?
This morning we celebrated The Emerald Isle on St. Patrick's Day by playing a few solo Beatles Irish-themed tracks, plus a rare 1963 interview with the boys in Dublin.