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McCartney: A Life in Lyrics

iHeartPodcasts and Pushkin Industries

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McCartney: A Life in Lyrics offers listeners the opportunity to sit in on conversations between Paul McCartney and poet Paul Muldoon dissecting the people, experiences, and art that inspired McCartney’s songwriting. These conversations were held during the past several years as the two collaborated on the award winning book, “The Lyrics: 1965 to Present.” Over two seasons and 24 episodes of “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics”, you’ll hear a combination master class, memoir, and improvised journey ...
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TeaFlix with The McCartney Ladies

Dr. Angie McCartney & Ruth McCartney

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TeaFlix - Hosted by Dr. Angie McCartney & Ruth McCartney Welcome to our Mother-Daughter podcast, where each episode’s intimate conversation features a fascinating guest across the spectrum of Beatles world, pop culture, Grammy winners, the music industry, chefs, producers, music stars, actors and more… so "bottoms up” and join us, as they spill the tea on TeaFlix!
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The McCartney McAlphabet

David Ephgrave and Clary Saddler

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An A to Z of the life and solo career of Sir Paul McCartney, hosted by David Ephgrave & Clary Saddler. Clary & David chart a comprehensive(ish) alphabetical course through the Wings frontman’s post-Beatles career, covering everything Another Day to Zoo Gang. A post-Beatle Paul McPodcast.
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Paul McCartney talks about his life and song-writing through the prism of 10 key lyrics, including The Beatles’ classics All My Loving, Eleanor Rigby and Penny Lane. This is a unique insight into the life and art of Paul McCartney from his book The Lyrics, read in an entertaining and intimate way by the man himself. Produced by John Wilson.
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All McCartney

All McCartney Podcast

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All McCartney: a podcast exploring the musical legacy of Paul McCartney - created by Paul's fans, for Paul's fans. Hosted by the husband and wife team of Andy Nelson (a professional musician and music educator) and Amy Nelson (an art historian specializing in Modern and Contemporary art of the UK). Email: allmccartneypodcast@gmail.com, find us on Twitter (@allmccartneypod), Facebook (All McCartney Podcast) and at http://www.allmccartneyposcast.com
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Mary McCartney discusses the release of Linda McCartney – Life in Photographs with Dylan Jones at a special event for the iBookstore. With over 170 images, the book features Linda's early rock'n'roll portraits and final years with The Beatles to her touring days with Wings and raising four children with Paul.
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McCartney In Goal

McCartney In Goal

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McCartney In Goal is a monthly podcast that debates and dissects the greatest albums of popular rock music. Hosted by David Hughes, and fellow judges, Brett and Steve Sumner, each episode the McCartney In Goal team pick a rock or pop music album that they love and put the songs through an imaginary competitive style-knock out format to find the best song on the album. At times, they may be uninformed, biased and they are often a bit unruly. Come and listen in on the fun - and if you enjoy it ...
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The JJ McCartney Show

Nightside Radio Studios

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The JJ McCartney Show: The Cure for the Common Show airs LIVE from 3 to 5PM Eastern time Monday-Friday. Archived shows air 24/7 on the LIVE channel when the show is not 'live'. This smart, daily program combines topical news with a superb mix of guests, sharp wit and the quintessential polished radio pro who simply had enough of the corporate hamster-wheel! We believe in Jesus our risen Lord, and we stand for our Constitution, and the vision of our founders. Political correctness? Not here. ...
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TeaFlix Interview with Kenneth Womack (Beatles Author) Hosted by Dr. Angie McCartney & Ruth McCartney Kenneth Womack's new book: Had he lived into old age, Beatles roadie Mal Evans would have been 87 now. In August 1963, the 28-year-old giant of a man began the adventure of a lifetime when he joined the British band’s cozy entourage, which included…
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TeaFlix Interview with Ray Connolly (The Beatles Interviews Archive) Hosted by: Dr. Angie McCartney & Ruth McCartney Ray Connolly (born 4 December 1940) is a British writer. He is best known for his journalism and for writing the screenplays for the films That'll Be the Day and its sequel Stardust, for which he won a Writers' Guild of Great Britain…
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TeaFlix Interview with Ivor Davis Hosted by Dr. Angie McCartney & Ruth McCartney Author/journalist and investigative reporter IVOR DAVIS was deeply embedded in the life of Charles Manson, while maintaining distance from the mesmerizing pull that drew Manson’s followers to him and compelled them to do his savage, unspeakable bidding. Davis retained …
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TeaFlix Interview with Roag Best (The Beatles Museum, Liverpool) Hosted by Dr. Angie McCartney & Ruth McCartney Join Angie & Ruth #McCartney for Teaflix Tuesday with very special guest and a big Liverpool announcement from Roag Best of Casbah Coffe Club & Suites and Liverpool Beatles museum Fame. Roag is the son of Mona Best and Neil Aspinall. The …
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We are very happy to have one of the distinguished authors/researchers/film editor Adrian Sinclair back on 2Legs this week. Adrian is the co-author of the celebrated The McCartney Legacy Volume 1 1969-73, along with Allan Kozinn. Adrian joins Andy and Tom as he gives an overview of this period in Wings history. Starting with the seeds of the era in…
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We are very happy and proud to have had Luca Perasi back on Episode 248 of 2Legs! Luca is the author of several books: (Paul McCartney Recording Sessions 1969-2013, Paul McCartney Music Is Ideas, Volume 1 1970-1989, Peter Gabriel: The Rhythm Has My Soul. The Stories Behind The Songs) and newly published Band On The Run: The Story of A Classic Album…
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TeaFlix Interview with Jay Bergen (John Lennon's Lawyer) Hosted by Dr. Angie McCartney & Ruth McCartney For 40 years, wherever he moved, from the New York metropolitan area to his current home in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Jay Bergen FCRH ’59, LAW ’62, took six heavy banker’s boxes with him, transferring them from one garage or att…
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TeaFlix Interview with Laurence Juber Hosted by Dr. Angie McCartney & Ruth McCartney GRAMMY® winning guitarist Laurence Juber is a solo performer, recording artist, composer and arranger. His playing fuses folk, jazz, blues, pop and classical styles, creating a multi-faceted performance that belies the use of only one instrument. A music graduate o…
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Teaflix Interview wuth May Pang Hosted by Dr. Angie & Ruth McCartney She was just a kid growing up in Spanish Harlem in the 1960s, the American-born daughter of Chinese immigrants who went to Catholic school, hated studying and fell in love with all things rock & roll, especially The Beatles. So when May Pang landed a gig at Apple Records, which qu…
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TeaFlix Interview with Chris O'Dell Hosted by Dr. Angie McCartney & Ruth McCartney Meet Chris O'Dell From Apple Corps. secretary, to personal assistant to musical icons, to rock n' roll tour manager, Chris O'Dell has seen it all and lived to tell about it. Now, a best-selling author, public figure and devoted mother to her son, William, Chris spend…
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We've got some friends joining us this week! In June 2007 Andy, Tom & James Liverani and Joe Mantineo all were lucky enough to attend the "Secret Gig" Promotional Show for Memory Almost Full at the Highline Ballroom in NYC. Tom, James, and Joe along with Andy recount their Memories (not almost full) about this epic concert, celebrities who attended…
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We dive back into the Beatles for this episode because hello how could we ignore the first commercial world wide home video release of Let It Be. Yes we all had the boots, the laserdiscs, the VHS copies from the rental stores we copied as kids, but now we have it fully restored FINALLY. In superior video and audio quality. Streaming now on Disney +…
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It's been a hectic April! New Ringo EP, One Hand Clapping announced this past week, RSD and now finally a "new" Beatles related text has been published. All You Need Is Love: The Beatles In Their Own Words is a new book of interview transcripts conducted by long time Beatles associate Peter Brown and his co-author Steven Gaines. These interviews we…
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Coming at the end of an intensely creative period, The Beatles’ Abbey Road features some of the most adventurous compositions in the quartet’s catalog. It's fitting then that the album concludes with one of the most inventive and famous medley committed to record. To close season two of “A Life in Lyrics” McCartney discusses The Beatles’ send off t…
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TeaFlix with The McCartney Ladies and 4-Time Grammy® Winner Chuck Ainlay Producer/Engineer, Chuck Ainlay has over thirty five hundred credits to his name, including work with legendary and defining country music artists such as; George Strait, Miranda Lambert, Vince Gill, Lady A, Steve Earle, Lee Ann Womack, Lyle Lovett, Emmylou Harris and The Chic…
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We are big time proud and happy to share that Ms. Caitlin Larkin joined us for Episode 244 this week on 2Legs! Caitlin is a DJ on The Beatles Channel on SiriusXM (Channel 18) and can be heard Monday to Friday from 12PM to 1PM EST. Caitlin has been a panelist with Andy at Fests in Chicago and New York the last few years and she shares her Beatles up…
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“Michelle” from 1965’s Rubber Soul started as a kind of light-hearted party piece. But in McCartney’s quest to turn it into a legitimate Beatles song, he went on a bit of a journey to sound not only like a believable French chanteur but also to expand his approach to bass playing, taking inspiration from Motown’s James Jamerson. “McCartney: A Life …
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Calling all Bootleg Fans! It's like Christmas in April! Recent boots have surfaced (don't ask us where to find them!), stemming from the Geoff Emerick Estate sale which includes many Rough Mixes of BOTR material as well as later Wings material. These are on the Misterclaudel and HMC labels. We have only heard the Misterclaudel as of this recording.…
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This episode deals with themes and events surrounding the Northern Ireland conflict. As such, this episode may be traumatic or emotional for some listeners. Paul McCartney doesn’t view himself as a writer of protest songs. But the events of Bloody Sunday sufficiently moved him to use his voice. Rush released as Wings first single in 1972, “Give Ire…
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TeaFlix with The McCartney Gals & Guest 7-time Grammy® Winner Frank Filipetti Seven-time Grammy® winner Frank Filipetti is a world-renowned music producer, engineer and mixer. Born in Bristol, Connecticut, and based in New York since 1971, Frank was one of the first engineers to embrace digital mixing. His early credits include his first number one…
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TeaFlix with The McCartney Gals & Guest 6-time Grammy® Winner George Massenburg George Y. Massenburg is a Grammy® award-winning recording engineer, producer, educator and designer of definitive high-resolution audio equipment. He is best known for inventing the parametric equalizer, a key part of modern recording, and third-generation audio console…
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We are very proud to announce the start of a recurring monthly series (which will be a regular episode) titled Iconic Song Series. We will pick one Classic McCartney solo track and once a month we will be joined by Allan Kozinn and (eventually) Adrian Sinclair. Co-Authors of the celebrated The McCartney Legacy. By now all followers of our show and …
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The breadth of Paul McCartney’s influences is astounding. One of the many surprising places McCartney found inspiration was in the music of his parent’s generation. For 1966's “Here, There and Everywhere”, he found himself looking to write something akin to Fred Astaire’s 1935 classic “Cheek to Cheek.” In the process, McCartney wrote what might be …
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Hello 2Legs Faithful! This week we chose to analyse (in real time) another vintage Paul interview. As we have done in the past, (1986's Paul McCartney Special) etc. This time around we opted to view the rare 1980 Interview conducted by Tim Rice of all people which was recorded in May 1980 and later released that August. This was a promotional piece…
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In 1968 the longest song to ever reach number one on the Billboard charts was Paul McCartney’s epic “Hey Jude”—clocking in at seven minutes and twelve seconds. The song was written to soothe John Lennon’s son Julian amid his parent’s divorce. But as with all great works, it has come to mean something a little different to everyone who hears it. “Mc…
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Rob Sheffield from Rolling Stone Magazine recently wrote a 15,000 word excellent article on his choices for the Top 100 Solo Beatles Songs of All Time. Surprise Surprise - Paul wins with 33 entries, John 30, George 24, Ringo 13. What Macca Tracks made the cut? We discuss. And some of the other tracks by the others. Article Do you largely agree/disa…
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Paul McCartney and John Lennon had a knack for finishing each other's songs. They collaborated by lending ideas for verses, choruses and middle eights many times over the course of their partnership. 1967’s “A Day in the Life” is one of the most prominent examples of McCartney and Lennon’s collaboration. What started as a Lennon song, once worked o…
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Hi all! For Episode 239 Andy and Tom invited Daryl Easlea who edited and assembled the special edition of Record Collector Magazine first published in the UK in December and arriving Stateside in January. Daryl is a lifelong collector on all things Beatles, Solo and McCartney and has been in the industry for the past 25 years. He assembled a great …
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From his earliest days as a songwriter, Paul McCartney was interested in love songs. But by the time of Wing’s 1976 album “At the Speed of Sound” McCartney had become tired of critics suggesting that was all he wrote. And so he wrote the album’s lead single, a defiant anthem about the importance of love in our lives, and named it “Silly Love Songs.…
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Andy was part of the Historians Panel at the 2024 Fest. Topic: "Free As A Bird, Real Love, Now And Then: The End Of Beatles History?". This was great fun and joining Andy was Susan Ryan, Jim Ryan, Janet Davis and Caitlin Larkin of the Beatles Channel on SiriusXM. Good Chat!بقلم Tom Hunyady and Andy Nicholes
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“Drink to me, drink to my health” were among the last words spoken by the great Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. On somewhat of a lark, Dustin Hoffman challenged Paul McCartney to use those words to write a song – on the spot. McCartney indulged Hoffman and, without hesitation, an early version of “Picasso’s Last Words (Drink to Me)” poured out of him…
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Hi Everyone! Fresh and Rested from the FEST, Episode 238 finds Andy and Tom discussing the second compilation hits package from Paul, All The Best! from 1987 and it's UK vs US configurations and our earliest memories with it. We think it holds up rather well and a brilliant marketing and promotional campaign ensured the album sold well in the homel…
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The Beatles’ songbook became standard repertoire for artists to perform almost as quickly as they kicked off “the British invasion.” But one was covered more than all the rest: Yesterday. “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics” is a co-production between iHeart Media, MPL and Pushkin Industries. The series was produced by Pejk Malinovski and Sara McCrea; wri…
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One day in the car, Paul McCartney heard a BBC production of the absurdist play “Ubu Cocu” by french writer Alfred Jarry. Taken by the rebelliousness of the radio play, McCartney wrote a sweet-sounding tune about a murderous medical student that seemingly lives in the same universe as Ubu: “Maxwell’s Silver Hammer.” “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics” is…
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Well, we finally got our hands on it! Joining Andy and Tom this FEST weekend for our review of the "Underdubbed Mix" of Band On The Run is none other than Mr. David Gargalino, original co-host of 2Legs. We go track by track on the new mix. Vinyl and CD for all 3 of us! Tom gives his opinion on the 1/2 Speed remaster as well (Andy & David had not li…
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Paul McCartney found himself in a tricky place after The Beatles’ break up. What did his musical future look like without the three musicians he’d spent half of his life building a musical rapport with? McCartney’s other band, Wings, and an impromptu tour of UK colleges helped him find his footing. “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics” is a co-production b…
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Countless decisions, large and small, aided The Beatles’ ascent to the top of popular culture. The release of their debut single, “Love Me Do,” in the UK in the fall of 1962 was one of those decisions. Their debut on American television was another. In this first episode of season two, Paul McCartney and Paul Muldoon discuss the early evolution of …
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Season Two of McCartney: A Life in Lyrics comes out weekly starting February 7th, and features the stories behind songs like Yesterday, Band on the Run, Here, There and Everywhere, Picasso’s Last Words (Drink to Me) and many more. Binge the entire season early and ad-free starting February 7th by subscribing to Pushkin+ on our Apple show page or at…
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This week on 2Legs we were delighted to have back Mr. Eoghan Lyng (Author: George Harrison in the 1970s, U2onTrack) and contributor to publications Culture Sonar, Penny Black Music and Far Out Magazine for Part II of our "Deep Dive" on the Paul & George relationship. This installment centres on the years 1976 to 1981. While not a prolific period of…
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Hi gang, As we prepare for the 2024 Fest in a few weeks we did a quick fun one for E235. What are some of your favourite Paul/Wings songs to just sing your heart out to while driving, (or other places?). This week Andy and Tom rolled off a bunch of our favs. Some you probably would guess, some others. Not very ballad heavy you would think! We also …
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Welcome Back My Friends To The Show That Never Ends! Happy New Year! We are back with our first show of the year (as Tom recovering from a wicked cold) to do a hypothetical "Over/Under" show for Paul-related activities for 2024. This includes touring, album releases, archives, etc). What do you think Paul has in store for 2024? or are you in the kn…
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Episode 49: 1989 (Taylor's version) (Taylor Swift). McCartney In Goal is the podcast that debates the great albums of pop music, using a competitive knock-out format. Today we’re discussing, 1989 (Taylor's version) which was a re-recording of the fifth studio album by Taylor Swift. It was released on 27 October 2023. Unlock the story behind Taylor …
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Another year has come and gone. This will be the 8th Year for 2Legs overall since starting in 2016, and 4th full year for Andy since joining in late 2019. We recap the year that was. Books, Releases, Announcements, Tours, Deaths and Collaborations as well as our favourite episodes we recorded in 2023 and our Hopes for 2024. Wishing you and your fam…
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A Year Anniversary the marketing people felt necessitated yet again another vinyl configuration for McCartney III. First issued in December 2020, here we are again with another variant. 3 different "swirl" colours. Joining Tom and Andy for 232 is original 2Legs Co-Host David Gargalino and we discuss marketing strategies and why we would or would no…
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We were honoured to have legendary DJ Ken Dashow (Q104.3 FM in New York) join us for Episode 231! If you are in or from the NYC area and a Beatles fan you will know this voice by heart! Ken has been on the air in NYC since 1982. He began his career in earnest starting out at WNEW 102.7 (Where Rock "Lived") and has been at Q104.3 (iHeartMedia) since…
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