Tuesday, July 25, 2017

peter asher & albert lee return

peter asher & albert lee return


2017




Life is a funny thing. You could be sitting next to someone in a park or at a concert and not realize you’re rubbing shoulders with greatness.

Friday, July 07, 2017

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Monday, June 12, 2017

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First Impressions: Sirius/XM’s Beatles Channel

Beatlefan Senior Editor Al Sussman offers some random observations on the early days of Sirius/XM’s channel devoted to The Beatles.
By now, you probably know the trivia. “All You Need Is Love” was the first song played on The Beatles Channel, Channel 18 on Sirius/XM, following an introductory sound collage at about 9:09 a.m. ET on May 18, which climaxed a couple of days of sound collage teasers. Next came “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” and “With A Little Help From My Friends” from the newly remixed “Sgt. Pepper,” the chief vehicle behind the timing of the channel’s launch. And the first solo track, George Harrison’s “What Is Life,” aired at about 9:50 a.m., by my watch.
The channel’s programming is heavily weighted toward the group’s catalog — after all, it is called the Beatles Channel — but work from the solo years gradually became more of a presence over the first couple of days. And virtually anything from the solo catalog seems to be fair game. Early on, I heard Ringo Starr’s “Y Not,” the title song from his 2010 album and a track that, let’s face it, rarely is heard on any Beatles radio show, terrestrial or Internet. However, there’s essentially nothing here by any wives, relatives, offspring, or from the Apple or Dark Horse records catalogs.
Now, to be fair, Internet radio outlets like Fab4Radio and Pat Matthews’ Beatles-A-Rama have been playing largely this same format for a number of years and, of course, “Joe Johnson’s Beatle Brunch” and the various “Breakfast With The Beatles” shows around the U.S. have been tilling this soil for decades.

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