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Best podcasts about Yellow Submarine

Latest podcast episodes about Yellow Submarine

La Liga Lowdown
LaLiga Matchday 15 Recap: Vini sends Real Madrid clear as Villarreal pay the penalty

La Liga Lowdown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 49:47


As the winter chill begins to take hold, the action and drama in LaLiga continues to keep us all warm. Join Sam Leveridge (@samleveridge) and Matt Clark (@MattClark_08) as they recap Matchday 15 in all its glory.Real Madrid left it late but beat title rivals Sevilla in the Sunday night partidazo to move four points clear at the top. We ask: can anyone catch them? We then turn our attention to the action in Villarreal's game with Barcelona, hearing from pod debutant Louis Scattergood (@BroLeao) about an all-too familiar story for the Yellow Submarine. Also making her podcast bow is Carla Fernández (@carlafdez), who breaks down Atleti's much-needed away win.After the break Granada expert Heath Chesters (@HeathGCF) discusses the entertaining Friday night at San Mamés as well as Robert Moreno's tough start in charge. The rest of the action is wrapped up with a discussion of the relegation battle and LaLiga's newest coach. There is also time for a competitive MVP vote and Sam and Matt's moments of the weekend. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

16. The Beatles Come To America: The Yellow Submarine Soundtrack (US Version)

"SOMETHING...came from Baltimore"

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 53:29


Today's Episode:  The Yellow Submarine Soundtrack The Beatles Come to America is a limited run podcast/interview with host Tom Gouker (podcast host of "SOMETHING came from Baltimore") and the Beatles Guru Brooke Halpin  (host of "Come Together with the Beatles & Brooke Halpin). Facebook (Sign In and Rank Your Favorite US Albums from Best to Worse) https://www.facebook.com/thebeatlescometoamerica Brooke Halpin's Links Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1385799615081298 Please subscribe to SOMETHING came from Baltimore Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj7HKmMrFB4vAQm3SKzvftA Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/tomfunproductions Itunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/something-came-from-baltimore/id1400504427 Anchor: https://anchor.fm/somethingcame-from-baltim Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1Bdz5634Wk5bSpaazynbI4?si=cS-_c_rBS2Os83QECKcuJA&dl_branch=1 Amazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/5e1368cc-2685-4cbf-8299-7f42234b1003/something-came-from-baltimore Google: Find us, we are there! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/somethingcame-from-baltim/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/somethingcame-from-baltim/support

The Opperman Report'
Religious, Occult and Esoteric World of the Beatles

The Opperman Report'

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 136:55


Religious, Occult and Esoteric World of the Beatles Here are a few things you will discover from this text: How the Beatles expressed a modern take on the ancient Greek god Dionysus, How the title Yellow Submarine brings together male and female symbolism, That John Lennon's first experience with LSD influenced the song ‘Help!', Why the Beatles' hair cultivated spiritual connotations, How the film Magical Mystery Tour foreshadowed John's murder.

The Opperman Report
Religious, Occult and Esoteric World of the Beatles

The Opperman Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 225:52


Religious, Occult and Esoteric World of the Beatles Here are a few things you will discover from this text: How the Beatles expressed a modern take on the ancient Greek god Dionysus, How the title Yellow Submarine brings together male and female symbolism, That John Lennon's first experience with LSD influenced the song ‘Help!', Why the Beatles' hair cultivated spiritual connotations, How the film Magical Mystery Tour foreshadowed John's murder.

Ranking The Beatles
#158 - Only A Northern Song with Dr. Bob Hieronimus and Laura Cortner (authors, "It's All In The Mind: Inside The Beatles Yellow Submarine Vol 2")

Ranking The Beatles

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 88:58


*NOTE - Audio has been corrected! Apologies!* There's no shortage of songs in the Beatles' catalog in which the listener can project their own lives and stories into the lyrics. A song complaining about being on the short end of bad publishing deal may not be one of those songs, but that's just what "Only A Northern Song" is. George's first attempt at a track for Sgt. Pepper is a droney, somewhat monotone diatribe about the needlessness of writing lyrics with meaning, or singing a song in tune, because at the end of the day, it's a Beatles song and people are going to buy it and George is only going to get .8% of the royalties, even if he wrote the song. After being sent through a psychedelic-Summer-of-Love-acid-soaked-journey, it found a new life with the Yellow Submarine soundtrack where it gets suitably trippy treatment in the film. It's a track that, as a SONG, may not have too much to offer to or connect to, but as a record, there's lots to grab on to and something new to hear every time you listen. It may not be George's finest moment in the mid 60s, but it's not a dud by any stretch. Joining us this week are Dr. Bob Hieronimus and Laura Cortner, authors of the new book "It's All In The Mind: Inside The Beatles Yellow Submarine, Vol. 2." A studier of esoterica, Dr. Bob has been on a long journey of deciphering deeper meanings behind the film, and behind the band's works in general, and how they've impacted the world. He and Laura spent years interviewing and talking to creators of the film to get the most in-depth story of the creation of the film, and the meaning behind so much of it. We touch on all sorts of different subjects, from gaining higher consciousness, studying the deeper meaning on symbolism with Jimi Hendrix, behind-the-scenes stories from the creation of the film, and striking story about Ringo's kleptomania. Pick up a copy of their book at YELLOWSUBMARINEBOOK.COM, mention that you heard about it on Ranking The Beatles, and they'll send you some bonus Yellow Submarine goodies for free! What do you think? Too high? Too low? Just right? Let us know in the comments on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/rankingthebeatles, Instagram @rankingthebeatles, or Twitter @rankingbeatles! Be sure to check out RTB's new official website, www.rankingthebeatles.com! Enjoying the show, and wanna show your support? Buy Us A Coffee! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rankingthebeatles/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rankingthebeatles/support

Blotto Beatles
Ep 35 - It's All Too Mudslide (feat. Tim Clark)

Blotto Beatles

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 119:01


It's episode 35 and we kick it into high gear by discussing that famous Beatles-Canada collab, the second best second place victory of all time, Pauly and Rocky's robot, how many Beatles podcasts there are, our absurd stupidity as a compliment, the introduction of our friend Tim Clark, Scotty's use of primal scream therapy as a sleep aide, the Beatles Village Green Submarine, the difference between a luthier and a Lutheran, our extra special guests in Mr. Big, what we offer in terms of craft service to our guests, and the feedback-introduced "It's All Too Much."As always, you can find Team Blotto Beatles on Instagram (@blottobeatles) and Twitter (@blottobeatles), by emailing us (blottobeatles@gmail.com), or on the web (blottobeatles.com).  We want to hear from you!Please also take the time to rate and review us on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.We have a shop!  Grab some merch.  You can also drunk dial us (tel:+18572339793)  or leave us a tip in our new tip jar (don't forget to include a message telling us what drinks we should drink with the money).See the canonical, argument-ending list of Beatles songs we are assembling here: https://www.blottobeatles.com/list; listen to it on Spotify here.Please remember to enjoy Blotto Beatles responsibly.Peace and Love.Hosts: Becker and TommyExecutive Producer: Scotty C.Guest: Tim Clark (@nodisassemble)Additional Musical Supervision: RB (@ryanobrooks)#PeteBestGetThatCheck

La Saga des Fab Four (Beatles)
La Saga des Fab Four n° 506

La Saga des Fab Four (Beatles)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 120:03


Album de la semaine: "Thirty three & ⅓" (George Harrison 1976) G.Harrison-This song-Thirty three & 1/3 (76)R.Starr-Occapella-Goodnight Vienna (74)J.Lennon-Instant karma-Plastic Ono Band (Ultimate collection) (70)P.McCartney-To you-Back to the egg (79)Beatles-Oh! Darling-Abbey Road (69)G.Harrison-Beautiful girl (demo-take 1)-All things must pass (Super Deluxe edition) (70-21)G.Harrison-Beautiful girl-Thirty three & 1/3 (76)Beatles-Dear Prudence (Esther demo)-White album (68-18)Beatles-Glass Onion (2018 mix)-White album (68-18)J.Lennon-Gimme some truth-Imagine (71)Beatles-Fixing a hole-Sgt Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band (67)G.Harrison-Dear One-Thirty three & 1/3 (76)P.McCartney-Feet in the clouds-Memory almost full (07)Beatles-All together now-Yellow Submarine songtrack (99)Beatles-For you blue (1969 Glyn Johns mix)-Let it be (Super Deluxe edition) (21)J.Lennon-Surprise surprise (sweet bird of paradox)-Walls and bridges (74)G.Harrison-True love-Thirty three & 1/3 (76)Playing for change-Stand by me (cover)-Songs around the world (09)Julian Lennon-Time will teach us all (feat. S.Wonder)-From the musical "Time" (86)J.Lennon-I don't wanna face it-Milk and honey (84)R.Starr-In a heartbeat-Time takes time (92)G.Harrison-Learning how to love you-Thirty three & 1/3 (76)R.Starr-Give it a try-Liverpool 8 (08)P.McCartney-Beautiful night-Flaming pie (97)Beatles-I am the walrus-Magical Mystery Tour (67)Beatles-A day in the life (Love version)-Love (11)G.Harrison-Pure Smockey-Thirty three & 1/3 (76)P.McCartney-Riding into Jaipur-Driving rain (01)R.Starr-Rock around the clock-Change the world (21)

Talk of the Devils - A show about Manchester United
Claret and Blues All Over Again

Talk of the Devils - A show about Manchester United

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 43:31


This is The Athletic's podcast dedicated to Manchester United, hosted by Ian Irving, with club writers Laurie Whitwell and Andy Mitten. Familiarity was the theme on this miserable Monday morning. Once again, a team wearing Claret and Blue came to Old Trafford, and once again they pulled off a smash-and-grab. This time it was Aston Villa heading back to Brum with three Premier League points. The next visitors will be Villareal, no strangers themselves. They specialise in draws, with five of their six La Liga fixtures (and the European Super Cup) ending all square. A draw is no good for United, though, so they'll have to outdo Chelsea and both Madrid clubs by sinking the Yellow Submarine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

La Liga Lowdown
LaLiga Matchday 7 Recap: Return of the Kid

La Liga Lowdown

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 40:04


LaLiga continues to be the best entertainment around on Sundays with another 15 goals in 5 games. Hosts Ruairidh Barlow (@RuriBarlow) and Sam Leveridge (@samleveridge) pick their way through that mayhem but not before unpacking a siesta-worthy effort from the title holders Atleti against bottom-dwelling Alavés.Attentions are then turned to Camp Nou, which threatened to be a gloomy affair but ended up a festival of celebration. Román de Arquer (Aeroslavee) analyses an increasingly rare happy day out for Barcelona and the comeback of their new number 10, Ansu Fati. Until now it had been Real Madrid lighting up the league but Unai Emery's Villarreal were only too happy to thwart that run - Jamie Kemble (@JamieKemble) gave us his verdict on a fifth draw in six games for the Yellow Submarine.In the last part of the show Sam and Ruairidh hand out some praise for Basque managers with impressive wins for Real Sociedad, Osasuna and Rayo Vallecano, before deciding on their MVP candidates for the weekend's action. Head over to @LaLigaLowdown on Twitter to find out who reigns victorious. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Legion of Substitute Podcasters
L.E.G.I.O.N.P.O.D.Cast Episode 69 – L.E.G.I.O.N. #50: We All Live in a Yellow Submarine

Legion of Substitute Podcasters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 108:05


It’s a party! And everyone is invited. Including I’gnea and her gang of goons. All this and a special flashback to the early days of the team and check in on L.E.G.I.O.N. ’67!Join us as we look at L.E.G.I.O.N. #50.

The Big Beatles Sort Out
Ep 43C: Yellow Submarine Side 2 Special!

The Big Beatles Sort Out

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 69:38


Welcome to a Big Beatles Sort Out special. We are staying under the Sea to deal with half an official Beatles album release that didn't appear in our Series 1 rankings! Why so, I hear you shout? Well, listen on to find out! Like our little podcast? Why not grab yourselves a Big Sort mug to support us here: Pablovich Shop and let us know at @Big_Sort on Twitter and Instagram, and please leave us a review! Garry is also a musician and his latest song, 'Where Do I Fit In?' is available on Youtube and Spotify, now! Please listen out for Paul's other Podcasts, 'The Head Ballet' - all about novelty music, and 'Hark! 87th Precinct Podcast' - all about Ed McBain's seminal police procedural novel series. We will be back soon with more specials before we start on Series 2 later this Autumn! Thanks for listening!

WDR 4 Hugo Egon Balder
The Beatles - Yellow Submarine

WDR 4 Hugo Egon Balder

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 0:58


Hugo Egon Balder erzählt Geschichten und Anekdoten rund um einen Lieblingshit und seine Entstehung: "Yellow Submarine" von The Beatles. Von Hugo Egon Balder.

Cinemental
Cinemental_117 - Raymond Benson (part two) - Yellow Submarine

Cinemental

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 77:38


So, after a few days off for some much needed R&R we have returned, revitalized and with a host of new episodes to enrich and enhance your good living. We start off with the 2nd part of or our visit with author/musician/critic Raymond Benson as he takes us on a trip , and I mean trip...in a very well-known Yellow Submarine. An animated musical featuring one of the best-known bands ever, The Beatles. Originally skeptical about the project once completed, they fell in love with it. Listen in to see how we felt about it once we regained our senses and leveled out . Enjoy!

COYL Entertainment Network
Joe Lycett's Got Your Back, The Empty Man, The Old Ways, The Beatles Yellow Submarine and this week's What If...?

COYL Entertainment Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 26:37


This week we have reviews of Joe Lycett's Got Your Back, The Empty Man, The Old Ways, The Beatles Yellow Submarine and this week's What If...? www.cinemasavants.com twitter.com/realrobsteele twitter.com/unrealtodd facebook.com/thereviewsareinpodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Big Beatles Sort Out
EP 43B: Head Ballet Yellow Submarine Special!

The Big Beatles Sort Out

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 12:00


Welcome to a Big Beatles Sort Out mini bonus episode. While we are busily preparing for some specials and series 2, we thought it would be good to share this mini episode of Paul's always excellent 'The Head Ballet' podcast that takes a deep dive into the sea of Green to look at the most novel of all the Beatle's songs, Yellow Submarine. Paul has also been busy producing our first 'Big Sort' merch which can be found here: Pablovich Shop If you are enjoying this podcast please let us know at @Big_Sort on Twitter and Instagram, and please leave us a review! Garry is also a musician and a lot of his songs can be found here on Soundcloud and here on Spotify Please listen out for Paul's other Podcasts, 'The Head Ballet' - all about novelty music, and 'Hark! 87th Precinct Podcast' - all about Ed McBain's seminal police procedural novel series.

Back to the Beatles
Too Much! Author David Stark's Beatles Memories

Back to the Beatles

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 57:31


Cha-Chi and Prof. Gallant talk with David Stark, author of IT'S ALL TOO MUCH, a "unique memoir about growing up in north London during the 1960s as a dedicated Beatles fan David was lucky enough to meet his musical heroes on various memorable occasions. From gate-crashing the Yellow Submarine film. premiere in 1968 (aged just fifteen) and ending up sitting directly behind the group, to meeting all of them individually in some extraordinary circumstances, David has some highly entertaining stories about his many Beatles encounters which have never been told before.More on the book at www.itsalltoomuch.netGet your own podcast! Connect with us at www.pod617.com/contact

Looking Through The Glass Onion
Octopus's Garden

Looking Through The Glass Onion

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 33:36


Written on Peter Seller's yacht (know the name? We do!) about the little gardens built by the amazing Octopus. We dive into the what Beatle does what, what gear they used (including a deep dive into what guitar George may have played) and Jay explains how they added the underwater effects onto the background vocals (next level Jay explanation on this one). Big questions...is Octopus's Garden a better song than Yellow Submarine? Is this the best Ringo song? We discuss. An epic deep dive including John playing drums, EDM, Allen Parsons, other songs Ringo brought to Abbey Road, The Muppets and a lot of Octopus info! And Jay talks about how this song was his worst moment onstage with Yesterday and Today. Lotsa laughs and a super high Glass Onion rating. We would sing and dance around to this one. How about you?

Looking Through The Glass Onion
Yellow Submarine

Looking Through The Glass Onion

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 40:39


A song that is deeper than just a movie title or a catchy kid song. Yellow Submarine tip toes the psychedelic tightrope and serves as an appetizer for the follow up record to Revolver. Could it have fit on Sgt. Pepper? How difficult is it to pull of live? How many Glass Onions? Billy and Jay answer all of these questions and more.

IGN Movie Reviews – Spoken Edition

A dazzling, violent film that mixes Jurassic Park with Yellow Submarine.

Renegades Reviews
Renegades Reviews: Episode 225 (Yellow Submarine)

Renegades Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 16:28


Today on another BRAND NEW EPISODE of Renegades Reviews, J.J. takes a look at the Animated Beatles Feature Film, "Yellow Submarine" from 1968. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/renegadesreviews/support

Sparking Faith Podcast
Poor In Spirit – Sun – 21-08-15

Sparking Faith Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2021 2:00


Have you ever heard something that sounded good, but you wondered what it really meant? Some poems and song lyrics are like that. I remember, years ago, hearing The Beatles' tune Yellow Submarine and wondering what it was about. Was it just a silly song, or was there a deeper meaning? At the time, many thought it was code language for drugs. However, Paul McCartney and John Lennon wrote it as a children's song. It later inspired an animated motion picture.* And what about Jesus? Did people hear him speak and puzzle over what he really meant? I'm sure they scratched their heads over many of his parables. Then there is the Sermon on the Mount. It is recognized by many people as the greatest sermon of all time. Its teachings on ethics and morality have been held up as an example, even by those who are not believers in Jesus. Do you know how it begins? It is one of those intriguing passages. The first line as recorded in Matthew 5:3 is: “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.”(NIV) What did Jesus mean by this? Who were the poor in spirit? What was the kingdom of heaven? How is that a blessing? In fact, this is the only time Jesus used the phrase “poor in spirit.” This week on the podcast, we are going to explore what it means. I'll talk with you again tomorrow! *"Yellow Submarine (song)" Wikipedia, last updated May 27, 2021, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellow_Submarine_(song) Please provide feedback and suggestions at: https://www.sparkingfaith.com/feedback/ Bumper music “Landing Place” performed by Mark July, used under license from Shutterstock.

Your Own Personal Beatles
Matthew Crosby's Personal Beatles

Your Own Personal Beatles

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 77:12


Comedian, broadcaster and 1/3 of the fantastic sketch group, Pappy's, Matthew Crosby joins us this week to talk in depth about Yellow Submarine, Beatles for Sale, and Richard Curtis's Yesterday, amongst many other things.You can also hear Jack make a pig's ear of the introduction to Mr Moonlight. Enjoy the show! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Vamos Falar Sobre Música?
Clássicos VFSM #027 - The Beatles: "Revolver"

Vamos Falar Sobre Música?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 38:06


De Oasis a The Chemical Brothers, de Tame Impala a The Beach Boys, não foram poucos os artistas que encontraram em "Revolver" (1966), sétimo álbum de estúdio dos Beatles uma importante fonte de inspiração. Ponto de virada na carreira do quarteto de Liverpool, o registro que trouxe clássicos como "Eleanor Rigby", "Yellow Submarine" e "Tomorrow Never Knows" abre passagem para o lado mais psicodélico do grupo, preparando o terreno para o que viria a ser melhor explorado no ano seguinte, em "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (1967). Inspirados pelas melodias e delírios lisérgicos do disco, Cleber Facchi (@cleberfacchi) e Soraia Alves (@soalves) relembram as histórias e falam sobre o processo de composição dessa que é uma das obras mais influentes da história da música. Gostou do programa? Apoie a gente em www.padrim.com.br/podcastvfsm! Você participa das gravações ao vivo, tem acesso ao nosso fechado para assinantes e ainda conta com o lançamento de programas com muita antecedência.

别的电波
Vol.189 你穿滑板鞋的时候听什么?

别的电波

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 119:00


“你穿滑板鞋的时候听什么?” 对于这个问题,VANS有自己的答案。 脚踩VANS鞋,作为全球独立音乐领域的视觉符号,已经伴随着无数音乐人的成长,成为青年文化中非常重要的象征。 这一点,我们从它历年推出的VANS音乐人联名款就能看出来,所以我们这一期就以这些音乐人联名款的鞋子为线索,来聊聊VANS的多元音乐选择。 以及,你穿滑板鞋的时候到底在听什么? Shownotes: 开篇闲聊: *** “成为 Vans 音乐人” 音乐征集大赛」吧 ! 04:20 从VANS历代的音乐人联名款里面,就能看出VANS本身的多元音乐选择 12:00 大众印象里一个源自滑板的品牌,他们的第一次联名合作竟然是Motörhead乐队 21:00 No Doubt:世纪末的Girl Power 23:52“我们绝对不会写情歌!” 湾区金属最死硬的代表Slayer 如是说道。 33:58 80年代的社会抗争之声:Public Enemy 42:13 Pixies :来自4AD的波士顿Alternative rock怪团 43:19 「搏击俱乐部」、「where is my mind?」、倒塌的大楼,构成了每一个人青春期。 49:33 为什么现在的年轻人会重新觉得Metallica非常酷? 60:00 「根本不提建设性意见!」Sex Pistols当时70年代的英国到底是什么样的存在,那时年轻人的困境是什么? 70:30 从「狼帮」变成「高尔夫王」的Tyler the creator 79:54 The Beatles的迷幻视觉之旅「Yellow Submarine」 87:10 VANS全球音乐大使:Anderson paak 95:00你记忆里好像从没见过彩色的Ramones,他们就是70年代的纽约街头小子象征 103:35 A Tribe Called Quest: 东西海岸火拼浪潮中,自得其乐的纽约JAZZ Hip-Hop Songlist: Motorhead - Motörhead Hella Good - No Doubt Raining Blood - Slayer Anti-Nigger Machine - Public Enemy Where Is My Mind - Pixies Hardwired - Metallica Anarchy in the U.K. - Sex Pistols All Bad - Nas / Anderson .Paak Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds - The Beatles Poison Heart - Ramones Excursions - A Tribe Called Quest

Omar y Argelia
El legado de Ringo Star en los Beatles

Omar y Argelia

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 45:49


En este episodio celebramos la vida de Ringo Star, legendario baterista de los Beatles, recordando algunas de sus canciones, entre ellas Yellow Submarine.Además conoce detalles sobre el asesinato del presidente de Haití y la conspiración que hace el 'Nene' sobre los desaparecidos del desplome del edificio de Miami.¡Quédate conectado con el podcast de Omar y Argelia!

Classic 21
Rock and Roll Attitude 1/5 : La Grande Bleue ! - Beatles - Yellow Submarine - 28/06/2021

Classic 21

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 6:19


Bien avant de concrétiser le rêve ultime de l’homme : voler comme un oiseau, l’humain a dompté les mers et les océans ! Naviguer pour découvrir le reste du monde s’est vite imposé comme un impératif, et, de nos jours, l’appel du grand bleu est toujours présent, un monde aquatique caché dans les profondeurs de l’eau, ça laisse rêveur ! La mer, les bateaux, retour sur les titres les plus marins d'Elvis Costello, Queen ou encore des Beatles. --- Du lundi au vendredi, Fanny Gillard et Laurent Rieppi vous dévoilent une anecdote sur le rock chaque matin dans le Morning Club à 6h30. Rediffusion à 13h30 dans Lunch Around The Clock sur Classic 21, la Radio Rock n' Pop.

Something About the Beatles
217: It's All In The Mind

Something About the Beatles

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2021 99:51


Back in 2018, I had a conversation with Dr. Robert Hieronimus  and Laura Cortner, authors of Inside the Yellow Submarine: The Making of the Beatles' Animated Classic - the definitive history of the 1968 film. But they are back with a sequel, delving deeper into the story: profiling others who made the vision a reality as well as exploring the greater context of the times and the deeper meanings to be gleaned from the film in It's All In The Mind: Inside The Beatles' Yellow Submarine. This newly-published follow-up is richly illustrated in full color and presents new stories from the creative minds who made the project a reality, despite considerable odds. It also illustrates how what shouldn't have worked did, and what meanings can be found, drawing upon classic myth. 

Something About the Beatles
217: It's All In The Mind

Something About the Beatles

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2021 99:51


Back in 2018, I had a conversation with Dr. Robert Hieronimus  and Laura Cortner, authors of Inside the Yellow Submarine: The Making of the Beatles' Animated Classic - the definitive history of the 1968 film. But they are back with a sequel, delving deeper into the story: profiling others who made the vision a reality as well as exploring the greater context of the times and the deeper meanings to be gleaned from the film in It's All In The Mind: Inside The Beatles' Yellow Submarine. This newly-published follow-up is richly illustrated in full color and presents new stories from the creative minds who made the project a reality, despite considerable odds. It also illustrates how what shouldn't have worked did, and what meanings can be found, drawing upon classic myth. 

Filibuster Freestyle
521. Man U is stunned by Villarreal in Europa League Final

Filibuster Freestyle

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 19:29


FilibusterFreestyle.com is here for the Epic 120 minute Europa League championship match between Manchester United and the Yellow Submarine aka Villarreal. Heck of a way to end the Europa league season!

Football Daily
Manchester United sunk by the Yellow Submarine

Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 25:20


Kelly Cates is joined by Dion Dublin, Neil Lennon and Ian Dennis to react to a dramatic night in Gdansk which saw Manchester United beaten by Villareal in a marathon penalty shootout. We talk about what went wrong for United over the course of the game and what’s next for the club and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Plus, former Liverpool, Newcastle and Villareal defender Jose Enrique joins us to talk about the four time Europa League winner, Unai Emery, and how much this historic win will mean for Villareal. Topics: 1’00 - The moment David de Gea missed *that* penalty 1’20 - Reaction to Manchester United’s defeat 13’15 - Former Villareal defender Jose Enrique on what this means for the club 18’01 - Villareal’s trophy lift 22’40 - Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reaction

The Big Interview with Graham Hunter
How Villarreal can beat Man Utd - Europa League final Q&A

The Big Interview with Graham Hunter

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 51:49


Graham and Pete Jenson answer your questions about the Europa League final between Manchester United and Villarreal - as well as recapping on a thrilling end to Spanish title race.How does this version of the Yellow Submarine stack up against the great 2006 vintage of Senna, Riquelme and Forlan? Who has to fire up for Unai Emery's team to win the trophy? And why the hell did Barcelona allow Luis Suarez to leave? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Night-Light Radio
The Yellow Submarine with Dr Robert R Hieronimus and Laura Cortner

Night-Light Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 120:13


This book details the merry and wildly creative tribe who produced The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine, that ground-breaking, one-of-a-kind visual adventure, first released in 1968.We get to know the formerly undiscovered artists and the technical wizardry behind some of the favorite scenes and discover some of the symbolic interpretations and subconscious messages of peace and love that have been inspired by this movie. In addition we get  in-studio hijinks by frustrated animators. This book lifts the veil of the animation screen to see behind The Beatles and detail that one magical year, during the Summer of Love in Swinging London, when a band of young artist-fans fell into the groove and brought their heroes to animated life.Robert R. Hieronimus, Ph.D., has been on a mission since 1968 to discover the hidden reality behind The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine. In 1969 He founded AUM, the first state-approved school of esoteric studies in the country. . He is interviewed frequently on the History Channel, Discovery, Nat Geo, BBC, etc. His radio interview program, 21st Century Radio®, exploring consciousness and alternate realities, has been on the air since 1988, the longest-running of its kind.Laura E. Cortner has collaborated with Dr. Bob on several books. She is also a writing partner and editor for Dr. Zohara Hieronimus and 21st Century Radio®, where she serves as Executive Producer. In addition to Inside the Yellow Submarine, she and Dr Bob co-authored Founding Fathers, Secret Societies , United Symbolism of America  and most recently Secret Life of Lady Liberty: Goddess in the New World , an historical and symbolic analysis of the Statue of Liberty from feminist and Native American perspectives.

Manchester United Weekly Podcast
S6 E39: Europa League Final (preview)

Manchester United Weekly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 43:13


Manchester United travel to Gdansk, Poland to take on La Liga side Villarreal in the UEFA Europa League Final. It'll be a chance for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to win his first trophy as manager of the club and an opportunity for the Reds to lift major European silverware for the sixth time in the club's history. There is much to discuss.Hosts Harry Robinson and Jack Tait first talk about the significance of the before they're joined by Jamie Kemble, a British Villarreal fan who offers insight into what is a small-town club with a real family feel to it. Jamie provides some insight into Unai Emery's tactics, the Yellow Submarine's stand-out players, including Pau Torres and Gerard Moreno.After chatting to Jamie, the boys talk about the absence of Harry Maguire, a possible 3-4-3 formation that Ole could deploy and then talk about where they'll be watching the game with tales of airport football. Enjoy the show! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Ay-oh! Oh-ay! The Who's the Boss Podcast

We all work at the Yellow Submarine, the Yellow Submarine, the ... well except Tony because he's been fired by his daughter. Join us for Yellow Submarine! It’s The Who’s the Boss Podcast! Join us while we rewatch every episode of this groundbreaking 80s classic television show to get ready for the reboot starring Tony Danza and Alyssa Milano (and hopefully Judith Light and Danny Pintauro). We discuss what still works today, what doesn’t, Angela Bower’s awesomeness, Tony Micelli’s machismo, and why Mona is actually the boss. New episodes every Monday and Thursday available everywhere you listen to podcasts. Things we mentioned in the podcast: Join us for more discussion at The Who's the Boss? Resource on Facebook Who’s the Boss Theme Song Performances and Covers If you enjoy this podcast, please consider rating and reviewing. It will help us get more listeners. Visit us! We’d love to hear from you. @whosthebosspodcast on Instagram @whosthebosspod1 on Twitter The Who’s the Boss Podcast on Facebook If you would like to leave us a voice message to use on a future show, go to https://anchor.fm/wtbpodcast and click on Message. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wtbpodcast/message

Davor Suker's Left Foot
Ranking The Europa League Final and Beyond

Davor Suker's Left Foot

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 66:35


We're into the Endgame now, Rank Squad - the time for European finals, titles, silverware is upon us; and getting ahead of the game, we're looking ahead to next week's showdown in Gdansk between Manchester United and Villarreal. It's Ole Gunnar Solskjaer vs. Unai Emery. Edinson Cavani vs. Gerard Moreno. Red Devils vs. Yellow Submarine. We look at the key places the final will be won and lost, three reasons to be optimistic for both sides of the divide, and some transfers that could well be affected by the outcome of this game; before turning our focus to this year's Europa League as a whole - talking about the best matches we've seen in the competition, and those stories that made our hearts sing.Before all that though, there's time to discuss Things We Love - Dean starts us off with the big transfer news of the moment, that Harry Kane has reportedly asked to leave Tottenham and how he sees this saga playing out; Sam talks about homegrown talent at Southampton and seeing both sides of it - the returning hero Theo Walcott and the new blood in Nathan Tella; and Jack discusses Jenni Hermoso's performance in the UWCL Final and the fact that Karim Benzema is rumoured to be returning to the France setup for this summer's European Championships.There's also a Melon of the Week, which this time out goes to a very particular fan at the FA Cup Final, and the Gibberish Rankings where we discuss the YouGov poll about people in the UK believing they could fight gigantic animals. To the 8% of people who think they could beat an Elephant in a fight whilst unarmed, we're here to tell you that you couldn't. It's Ranks! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Two Guys One Phone
The Beatles: Yellow Submarine

Two Guys One Phone

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2021 5:38


Come take a journey with us as we dive deep into the lyrics of the 1966 song "Yellow Submarine" 

Random Number Generator Horror Podcast No. 9
45 - Belladonna of Sadness (1973) w/Sarah Griffin

Random Number Generator Horror Podcast No. 9

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2021 88:57


Yellow Submarine meets 3-2-1 Contact meets hentai. Special Guest: Sarah Maria Griffin https://twitter.com/griffski Approachability: 0/10 (TW: repeated depictions of sexual assault.) Gore: 3/10 Jump Scares: 1/10 Creep Factor: 6/10 Content/Trigger Warnings: An unreasonable level of sexual assault Up Next: 28 Days Later (2002) https://www.justwatch.com/us/movie/28-days-later-1 RandomHorror9 T-Shirts now available! https://topatoco.com/products/no9-antlerskull-sh Hosts: Jeffrey Cranor & Cecil Baldwin (Find more of their work on Welcome to Night Vale http://welcometonightvale.com/) Logo: David Baldwin https://www.instagram.com/davidbaldwin55/ Patreon: http://patreon.com/randomhorror9 Twitter & Instagram: @RandomHorror9 We are part of Night Vale Presents http://nightvalepresents.com/

Barca Breakdown (FC Barcelona)
FC Barcelona Sink The Yellow Submarine in Fight for La Liga

Barca Breakdown (FC Barcelona)

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2021 19:00


This week, FC Barcelona defeated Getafe & Villareal to secure 6 points in the race for La Liga. Messi and Griezmann stepped up and scored some wonderful goals while Madrid drew Betis. We discuss the play during Villareal and what was lacking in the second half. Lastly, we look forward for May 8th (Adam's Birthday), at the Camp Nou, where Barca will take on Atletico Madrid to secure another trophy. 

Bad Boy Running
Ep 268 - How to run London in a 130lb diving suit with Lloyd Scott

Bad Boy Running

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2021 87:49


Anyone who has ever watched the London Marathon will remember the guy who ran it in a diving suit. Mainly because they're still covering his progress three days after the event has finished.But that guy is Lloyd Scott, and running London in a diving suit is just one in an incredible career of ridiculous challenges Lloyd has undertaken all in the name of charity.As well as jaunts to most other major marathons in his diving suit, Lloyd has also run an entire marathon underwater in Loch Ness, has run London as St George AND a dragon and Indiana Jones being chased by a boulder, Brian the Snail from The Magic Roundabout, The Beatles in their Yellow Submarine and as the Iron Giant.But he's also doing some seriously extreme expeditions to the North Pole, South Pole, cycling a penny farthing 3,000 miles across Australia and walked Land's End to John O'Groats with a life-size T-rex.Jody and David speak to Lloyd about where it all started, what his best and worst challenges are, how he comes up with the ideas and why he feels the need to challenge himself this way.Enjoy!If you enjoyed this episode please SUBSCRIBE to get every episode delivered to you before everyone else.Join the conversation! Suggest future guests, wallow in your malaise or offer your unsolicited opinion on running issues or anything else over at the Bad Boy Running Podcast Facebook group, here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/badboyrunningSend us your feedback and comments at letters@badboyrunning.com.Join the Bad Boy Running Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/badboyrunningVisit the Bad Boy Running store for merchandise: https://store.badboyrunning.comJoin the Bad Boy Running Club here: https://club.badboyrunning.comFollow Bad Boy Running on social media: Website: https://www.badboyrunning.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/BadBoyRunning

Movie Theater Time Machine
Episode 219: Yellow Submarine (1968)

Movie Theater Time Machine

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2021 99:27


Movie Theater Time Machine #podcast begins music month with a #review of "Yellow Submarine" (1968).

Blotto Beatles
Episode 22 - Ale Together Now

Blotto Beatles

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2021 80:00


In episode 22 we get back to basics as the Tipsy Trio, discussing HMNS potential commissioning of a Beatles vessel, the introduction of Blotto Beatles Nut Corner, the Beatles days partying with Andy Warhol, the Yellow Submarine LP, Becker's continuing frustration with George Martin, the only place in the Beatles catalog where George Harrison is the lead writer, apologies to the Pollock Scruffs, letting Paul just have fun, if letting Paul just have fun leads to a good song, Becker's cataloging of all Tommy's media formats, our favorite frozen yogurt toppings, why the Sons of Anarchy couldn't just get a day, the implementation of the greatest nickname ever in Scotty C-aesar, and the silly song, "All Together Now."As always, you can find Team Blotto Beatles on Instagram (@blottobeatles) and Twitter (@blottobeatles), by emailing us (blottobeatles@gmail.com), or on the web (blottobeatles.com).  We want to hear from you!Please also take the time to rate and review us on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.We have a shop!  Grab some merch.  You can also drunk dial us here or leave us a tip in our new tip jar (don't forget to include a message telling us what drinks we should drink with the money).See the canonical, argument-ending list of Beatles songs we are assembling here: https://www.blottobeatles.com/list; listen to it on Spotify here.Please remember to enjoy Blotto Beatles responsibly.Peace and Love.Hosts: Becker and TommyExecutive Producer: Scotty C.Additional Musical Supervision: RB (@ryanobrooks)#PeteBestGetThatCheck

Poptimist
Drunk People on Roller Skates with Pandora Boxx

Poptimist

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2021 60:42


Billy and Dagny are joined by Drag Queen legend Pandora Boxx! Tune in and listen to the three of them discuss the 1980 cult classic XANADU. Or, as one film critic called it, Xanadon't. This episode bounces around various topics, most notably Grease, But I'm A Cheerleader, Drop Dead Gorgeous, Mission Impossible, Resident Evil, Murder Among the Mormons, Red Dead Redemption 2, Grease 2, Yellow Submarine, Star Trek, Doctor Who, and of course, a little bit of RuPaul's Drag Race. Don't forget, tip your Drag Queen! Hosts: Billy and Dagny McCartney Guest: Pandora Boxx Artwork: Nina Howard Music: Someone Your Own Size by RW Smith.

The Best Advice Show
Living in a Yellow Submarine with Dr. Glenn Gass

The Best Advice Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2021 8:30


Dr. Glenn Gass is a provost professor emeritus at The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. To offer your own advice, call Zak @ 844-935-BEST TRANSCRIPT: ZAK: This is Dr. Glenn Gass. GLENN: I'm a provost professor emeritus at The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music and just retired this past May. ZAK: When I was Professor Gass' student in his History of The Beatles class. Yes, that's a real class and yes it was most the beloved class on campus and one night in class, professor Gass told us this Beatles story which remains one of my favorite Beatle's stories. And I think the essence of this story has a jewel of wisdom that I've been thinking about a lot, which we'll get to. But first, let's go back to the spring of 1966 when The Beatles were recording the song, Yellow Submarine. GLENN: And they had a bunch of friends over. Marianne Faithful, Brian Jones, Hunter Davies, Alf Bicknell. They just said, come on in. They just wanted normal voices singing the chorus, so it didn't sound like The Beatles singing in perfect harmony. They had Mal Evans with a parade bass drum and they had the cocktail party. That's actually Patty Boyd, George's wife that has the big shrieking, high life in the middle of that and the glasses clinking and all the sound effects. So, anyway they did this and they did the overdubs singing, we all live in a Yellow Submarine and everyone was having a great time. Who knows, it's 1966, so they're probably having a really great time. The engineer, Geoff Emerick went to lock up the tapes and turn off the lights and he came back out to turn out the lights in the studio. He walked in the control room and looked down to Studio 2 and saw everyone was still there. They were there with Big Mal Evans and that parade drum in the front of this conga line with everyone on the person in-front of them's shoulders, swaying back and forth singing, we all live in a yellow submarine. I mean there's no tape running. The song is done. They're having so much fun, they didn't want it to end. That's so beautiful on so many levels. The Beatles just want to be together. They want to sing and have fun together. You wouldn't likely do that on a George, Paul or John song but for Ringo, lets all gather round our friend and just have a good, old sing-a-long. ZAK: I love it so much. I love thinking about how, the song in this instance, maybe not with all their output, but maybe in this case, the song was just a by-product of their friendship. GLENN: Yes. ZAK: The song wasn't even the point. The point was them being together and having fun and, awesome, this amazing song came out of it. GLENN: The point was being together, having fun and the song expresses that. My friends are all aboard. Many more of them live next door. The whole song was about being together with your friends and the fact that Paul wrote it not for himself but for his friend. So, it not only is about friendship, it sort of embodies friendship. ZAK: We have these really loud baseboards cause we have a boiler with hot water heat and in our bedroom it sounds like we're in a submarine right now and I've been thinking about the song and thinking about how, all of us, are in our own...if we're lucky to have our own proverbial submarines with the people in our lives we love. Like, we're just kind of very insulated in our own yellow submarines right now. GLENN: Yeah and everyone's submarine is so different. ZAK: At the beginning of the pandemic, parents with young families were talking about how they would have impromptu dance parties. It's like finding fun where they can because we don't have access to all these old ways of having fun outside our houses. So, I feel like that's another thing that this song makes me think of. It's just like, make meaning amid the isolation. GLENN: Create the world you want to be in. Create the atmosphere you want. And damn the torpedoes we're gonna do this submarine song and we're gonna have fun with it.

Submersion
Episode CXXXII - Yellow Submarine

Submersion

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2021 80:15


We're all living in a Yellow Submarine on this one. Hop on board for our recap of the Beatles iconic submarine movie!

Totally Rad Christmas!
Ep 57 - A Cosmic Christmas (w/ Joseph Wade)

Totally Rad Christmas!

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2021 53:01


What’s up, dudes? Talk about an out of this world story! Joseph Wade from Christmas Creeps podcast joins me to talk “A Cosmic Christmas!” A pet goose and a pet whoopee cushion? How about a Barbarino pastiche? At least the aliens look like the Magi, right? And please watch out for mild spoilers for “The Mandalorian” season 2!

The Best Advice Show
Procrastinating Properly with Mason Currey

The Best Advice Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2021 6:40


Mason Currey (@masoncurrey) is a writer living in LA. Mason Currey's Subtle Maneuvers - https://subtlemaneuvers.substack.com/ John Cage on music and mushrooms - https://subtlemaneuvers.substack.com/p/john-cage-on-music-and-mushrooms How about singing the chorus to Yellow Submarine and sending the recording to ZAK@BESTADVICE.SHOW for use in a near-future episode? THANK YOU. TRANSCRIPT: MASON: So, my advice is specifically for people doing creative work or people doing work that involves a lot of idea generating or problem-solving which I think is a lot of people. And it comes from an e-mail interview I did with the artist, Maira Kalman. For my first book I was asking her about her daily routine and her work habits and in one of her replies she said, "I procrastinate just the right amount." And I remember thinking at the time, yeah, haha, me too. But since then I've come to think there's a real kernel of wisdom in that response. That, actually it's kind of an idea. To procrastinate just the right now amount because at least in the all the research I've done on writers' and artists' habits and creative process, you see how important ruminating on an idea is, letting an idea percolate in the back of your mind. I think we've all had the experience with, you kind of plant the seed and then you have an idea out of the blue while you're in the shower or taking the walk. But you need that PLUS a burst of focused, head-down work. You kind of need both things. And I think procrastinating just the right amount is kind of a great strategy or shortcut to getting the ideal balance of letting the idea percolate...letting your brain gnaw away at it in the background and then actually executing the piece of work and getting it done. ZAK: And how have you figured out how to build procrastination into your routine. MASON: I think I'm maybe a natural at that. This whole project of studying people's routines began with an act of procrastination. Many years ago I was supposed to be writing an article for this magazine I worked at, at the time. I went into the office on a Sunday afternoon. I was gonna do this thing and instead I was slacking off, surfing the internet and I was reading interviews with, like, writers about their routines cause it felt like maybe that would get me in the mood to work and I was like, somebody should start a blog to collect these little snippets. And then instead of writing this article I started this blog and over the course of many years it turned into book projects and now this newsletter, but I always felt bad about procrastinating. I never felt like I was doing something good or effective or strategic. And now I'm starting to think it's not something to feel bad about. It works for me. I think it works for a lot of creative people and maybe you should cultivate it a little bit instead of beating yourself up about it. ZAK: Yeah, that's a big point. Just the way that you view procrastination. Because if you have shame around it rather than, like you're saying, just cultivating kind of a positive air around it...the shame is going to impact the work and impact the amount you procrastinate. MASON: Also, if you get an assignment and get straight to work on it, you might be being very efficient but I think you're missing out on the part of the process that leads to the best work. You're missing out on the...you plant the seed and then let it work away in the back of your mind. That kind of efficiency might be inefficient in creative work because you're losing out on part of the process that leads to the best ideas. And then doing this effectively requires understanding yourself, understanding your own habits and your process and that is always a good thing to try to do creative work. Like, I think you should be aware of how you work best. When you've had success what kind of conditions created that?

The Best Advice Show
Letting Them Be with Lorraine McDonald

The Best Advice Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2021 5:04


Lorraine McDonald is a mom, spouse and family doctor living in Oregon. To offer your own advice, call Zak @ 844-935-BEST For a fun time, please record yourself, solo or with your pod, singing the chorus of Yellow Submarine and send it to me at ZAK@bestADVICE.show or leave it as a voicemail at 844-935-BEST. TRANSCRIPT: LORRAINE: My advice is never try to achieve a greater level of happiness with children. When your child is happy don't get in the way of that. Don't try to make it better or improve what they're doing. Don't interrupt their flow. Just let them be. ZAK: It's fantastic. Do you think it applies to adults too? LORRAINE: Absolutely. I think it applies...we learned it with out first our child in that she was a kind of sensitive baby and if you would go up to the mobile and show her, look how this bell rings...she would just start crying when she was happily looking at the mobile. So, my husband and I would say, don't try to achieve a greater level of happiness. And it works all the way up to adulthood. Imagine, you're working on a puzzle and your partner comes along and says, hey, did you know this piece goes here?! I think that it wouldn't make you happier. It would maybe annoy you and interrupt your enjoyment of what you were doing. ZAK: In a way, it sounds like you've kind of removed some of the ego from being the all-knowing mom and just to step back and watch them. How do you think that impacts their development? LORRAINE: I think it actually improves your relationship with them and as far as their development, they're more independent and courageous and willing to try things and then come and talk to you about it and that solidifies your relationship more than if you're standing over their shoulder trying to help them get to the goal faster. ZAK: Right. Yep. I find myself doing that a lot. Like, my 3 year-old is trying to do this puzzle but she's maybe not even doing the puzzle. She's just stacking the puzzle pieces. And my impulse is to get her on track. But, like, what am I doin!? She's having fun stacking the puzzle pieces. LORRAINE: Right. And maybe you can just say to yourself internally, I'm really enjoying watching her have fun with those puzzle pieces.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Beatles Vs. Stones: 1969 - Here comes the blood, featuring Eric Nash

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2021 55:38


Justin Cox and Ryan Page look at 1969, when the Beatles release Abbey Road and the Rolling Stones release Let it Bleed. Ryan reps The Beatles and Justin reps the Stones this week. Beatles: Abbey Road, Yellow Submarine, Manson Murders  Stones: Let it Bleed, Altamont Murder  At 28:00, Eric Nash, host of The Almost Famous Minute and Feels Like Weezer joins us to share some thoughts about his favorite album. Justin and Ryan pick back up around 31:30. Subscribe to the show and share it with your friends. Beatles vs. Stones is proudly part of the Pantheon Podcast Network.  - Email the show at beatlesvsstonespod@gmail.com  - Follow Justin on Twitter at @routinelayup

Beatles vs. Stones
1969: Here comes the blood, featuring Eric Nash

Beatles vs. Stones

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2021 55:38


Justin Cox and Ryan Page look at 1969, when the Beatles release Abbey Road and the Rolling Stones release Let it Bleed. Ryan reps The Beatles and Justin reps the Stones this week. Beatles: Abbey Road, Yellow Submarine, Manson Murders  Stones: Let it Bleed, Altamont Murder  At 28:00, Eric Nash, host of The Almost Famous Minute and Feels Like Weezer joins us to share some thoughts about his favorite album. Justin and Ryan pick back up around 31:30. Subscribe to the show and share it with your friends. Beatles vs. Stones is proudly part of the Pantheon Podcast Network.  - Email the show at beatlesvsstonespod@gmail.com  - Follow Justin on Twitter at @routinelayup Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Looking Through The Glass Onion
Octopus's Garden

Looking Through The Glass Onion

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2021 33:36


Give Ringo Kudos Episode. Ringo’s 2nd Beatles composition is such a great song. Written on Peter Seller’s yacht (know the name? We do!) about the little gardens built by the amazing Octopus. We dive into the what Beatle does what, what gear they used (including a deep dive into what guitar George may have played) and Jay explains how they added the underwater effects onto the background vocals (next level Jay explanation on this one). Big questions...is Octopus’s Garden a better song than Yellow Submarine? Is this the best Ringo song? We discuss. An epic deep dive including John playing drums, EDM, Allen Parsons, other songs Ringo brought to Abbey Road, The Muppets and a lot of Octopus info! And Jay talks about how this song was his worst moment onstage with Yesterday and Today. Lotsa laughs and a super high Glass Onion rating. We would sing and dance around to this one. How about you? www.billymcguigan.com/beatlessongpodcast