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We’re Riding a Wave of Catchy Talk and Tunes! This Week’s Specialty Shows are Epic!

We begin this week of specialty shows riding the waves with Jammin' James Riley and end up in the virtual Things We Said Today library to talk about favorite Beatles books. Sounds like a great lineup, right?


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Life is a Minestrone. Soup to Nuts, This Week’s Specialty Shows are the Food of Life

Get ready to chow down on some tasty tunes playing during this week's run of specialty shows on Pure Pop Radio.


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Every Little Thing’s Salute to the King Kicks Off this Week’s Specialty Show Lineup

Every Little Thing's celebration of the life and art of Elvis Presley kicks off this week's lineup of specialty shows on Pure Pop Radio. You might even say the King of Rock 'n' Roll is our good luck charm!


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Paul McCartney’s Press to Play and the Beatles’ Candlestick Park Show Discussed on Tonight’s Things We Said Today

the-beatles-things-we-said-todayTonight’s all-new edition of the weekly Beatles roundtable, Things We Said Today, is another can’t-miss get-together.

kit o'toolepress-to-playBeginning at 8 pm ET, our panel of Beatles experts–Ken Michaels, Steve Marinucci, Al Sussman, and Allan Kozinn–are joined by author Kit O’Toole (the popular Deep Beatles column on the Something Else website, and the book Songs We Were Singing: Guided Tours through the Beatles’ Lesser-Known Tracks) to talk about the 30th anniversary of the release of Paul McCartney’s album Press to Play on September 1, 1986.


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The Fest for Beatles Fans’ Mark Lapidos Visits Things We Said Today

the-beatles-things-we-said-todayMark Lapidos, the man who has practically dedicated his life to sharing his love of the Beatles with Fab folks everywhere, guests on tonight’s all-new edition of the weekly Beatles roundtable, Things We Said Today. Tune in at 8 pm ET (5 pm PT).

mark lapidosThis year’s New York edition of the annual Fest for Beatles Fans happens just eight days from now: April 15-17, at the Hilton Westchester hotel in Rye Brook, New York. Mark talks about the many guests on tap, including Peter Asher (Peter and Gordon); Billy J. Kramer, who will be performing new songs with his band and world-premiering his new book; Mike Pender, a founding member of the Searchers; and Chad and Jeremy, who will be sharing a stage with Mr. Asher.


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The Beatles Anthology Turns 20: Ken, Steve, Al and Allan Discuss This Milestone on Tonight’s Things We Said Today

the-beatles-things-we-said-todayYou just know that important anniversaries related to the world of the Beatles are going to be discussed on the weekly Fab roundtable, Things We Said Today, so it should come as no surprise that Ken Michaels, Steve Marinucci, Al Sussman and Allan Kozinn talk about the 20th anniversary of the Beatles Anthology on tonight’s all-new episode at 8 pm ET (5 pm PT).

It’s almost hard to believe, but it was 20 years ago that ABC television in America broadcast the six-hour-long Anthology program that breathtakingly premiered two new Beatles recordings, based on a cassette containing three John Lennon demos (the third song was never completed).


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Things We Said Today Panel Talks Beatles 1 and Andy White Tonight

the-beatles-things-we-said-todayTonight’s all-new edition of the Beatles roundtable, Things We Said Today, finds our esteemed panel talking about drummer Andy White, who recently passed away, and the recently-released Beatles 1 and Beatles 1+ video and audio packages. The panel gets in gear at 8 pm ET (5 pm PT) tonight on Pure Pop Radio.

Ken Michaels, Steve Marinucci, Al Sussman and Allan Kozinn note the passing of drummer Andy White, who famously supplied the backbeat for versions of “Love Me Do,” “P.S. I Love You,” and “Please Please Me.” Interestingly, White, a session drummer, also played drums on Herman’s Hermits’ “I’m Henry VIII, I Am.”


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The Beatles’ Let it Be is Discussed on Tonight’s Repeat Edition of Things We Said Today

Tonight’s repeat edition of Things We Said Today, the weekly Beatles roundtable hosted by the top experts in Fab fandom, is all about the Let It Be album and movie. The discussion begins at 8 pm ET on Pure Pop Radio.

the-beatles-let-it-be-albumIt’s been 45 years since Let It Be was released as an album and a film. Do you remember where you saw it, and when? Ken, Steve, Al and Allan talk about that and what they thought of the album. They also discuss how they would like to see the movie be re-issued; does a DVD or Blu-ray with bonus video and audio sound like a plan? And why hasn’t it come out again after so many years? What’s behind the delay?


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Beatles Miracles Under Discussion on Tonight’s Things We Said Today

the-beatles-things-we-said-todayThe regular gang of experts the world has come to know and trust for the most incisive commentary and analysis of just about anything related to the Beatles talks about miracles that the group achieved on tonight’s stellar edition of Things We Said Today, rolling into your world at 8 pm ET (5 pm PT) on Pure Pop Radio.

Ken Michaels, Steve Marinucci, Al Sussman and Allan Kozinn are at the ready with their picks for the biggest miracles realized during the Beatles’ career. Al starts off the discussion by remembering an article he wrote for Beatlefan magazine. The article zeroed in on the Summer of 1969 and the events that changed our world, such as the first landing on the moon, achieved by Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins; the outdoor music festival that changed everything, Woodstock; and the Miracle Mets, who won the World Series that year.


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Beatles 1 Gets an Overhaul and Our Roundtable Panelists Take a Look on Tonight’s Things We Said Today

the-beatles-things-we-said-todaybeatles 1+Beatles 1+, without question one of the most important and most anticipated Beatles releases ever realized in the digital age, is set to delight both hardcore and mainstream fans when it becomes available on November 6. The four Things We Said Today panelists–Ken Michaels, Steve Marinucci, Al Sussman and Allan Kozinn–discuss the impact of this mind-blowing package on tonight’s all-new edition of the premiere Beatles talk show at 8 pm ET (5 pm PT) on Pure Pop Radio.

beatles 1 blu-rayMind-blowing? Is there any other word to describe the Beatles 1+ package, containing two Blu-ray (or DVD) discs and the remixed 1 album? Sure, you can get the newly-presented 1 experience in other configurations (including, at some point, on vinyl), but why would you want to? If there is a modern-day equivalent of the holy grail in the world of the Beatles, this has to be it.


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