How the Beatles ‘Eight Days a Week’ film missed the target

Beatles Eight Days a Week
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We (meaning all of us) took “The Beatles Anthology” for granted. It was so well done, and the opinions of Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and George Harrison, who was still with us then, were like being on the inside. The John Lennon
comments added a lot as well. 

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Things We Said Today #208 – What Apple has done right/Leon Russell tribute

Beatles News from Steve Marinucci





Beatles news from Steve Marinucci, a journalist with over three decades of experience in the newspaper business and a contributing writer to Billboard and AXS.com and co-host of the Beatles radio show Things We Said Today heard weekly on podbean.com, iTunes and Fab 4 Radio.com.

Beatles News from Steve Marinucci

Unreleased music on new Yoko Ono reissue

Among the discussion on the latest (and just released)  “Things We Said Today” #207 with author Chip Madinger is the interesting revelation from Chip that, despite the initial word that the new Yoko Ono reissues are the same as the old Rykodisc albums, there is indeed unreleased material on at least one of them.

Beatles News from Steve Marinucci

Exclusive: Huge McCartney reference project from trio of authors to premiere in 2017

For the first time, we can announce the first volume of a new book series on the career of Paul McCartney by three distinguished Beatles authors and researchers. It will hit the shelves in 2017. “The McCartney Legacy,” as it will be called, will be written by Chip Madinger, Allan Kozinn and
Adrian Sinclair, and published by Madinger’s Open Your Books imprint
that’s also handling his “Lennonology” series on John Lennon. They also started a website for the book.

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