Welcome to the Beatles Rarity of the Week. The John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band album released on December 11th, 1970 is considered by many Beatles fans as one of the best to come out of any of The Beatles since their break up. Up to this point, John’s work outside of The Beatles had been mainly […]
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Welcome to The Beatles Rarity of the Week. I’ve always felt that it was a blatant omission to leave “Don’t Let Me Down” off of the Let It Be album. After all, it was one of the key songs worked on during the Get Back Sessions of January 1969, the source of the other tracks […]
Hello to everyone and though I’m not sure when you’ll be reading this, I welcome you anyway to the first #askNat for 2014 and hope you’ve had a Happy New Year! The question I’m addressing this week comes from Curtis Honeycutt of Indianapolis. Back in 2012, Curtis had sent in a previous question concerning a […]
Welcome to the Beatles Rarity of the Week. After George Harrison’s final session for The White Album, recording “Savoy Truffle” on October 14th, 1968, he traveled to Los Angeles where he began work as producer for Jackie Lomax’s debut solo album for Apple, Is This What You Want?. George had donated his composition “Sour Milk […]
Welcome to the Beatles Rarity of the Week. A look at the early output of The Beatles makes it quite apparent that they held a high regard for the American soul/Rhythm & Blues (R&B) genre of the late fifties and early sixties. With covers on their first two albums such as Arthur Alexander’s “Anna (Go […]
In keeping with Paul McCartney’s birthday week, this week’s #askNat question is very Paul-related. It comes from Thom Vourlas in Norfolk VA who sent this to me back in March: Regarding mono and stereo “She’s Leaving Home”… knowing Paul McCartney’s dissatisfaction with Phil Spector reworking “The Long And Winding Road” years later, I’m curious why […]