129A: “Acoustic Beatles” with Dave Mirkin

January 12, 2018

Podcast, Podcasting

Back in September, I first talked Beatles with this Renaissance man, in the context of The Beatles with The Simpsons. As you listeners will remember, Dave had a lot to say about the Beatles well beyond the parameters of that TV show. Well he’s back, and the subject we set out to discuss was the Beatles’ use of acoustic instruments – something Dave is well-versed in.

But as conversations will, we went far afield from that, covering subjects ranging from sincerity to darkness versus happiness to re-arranging songs on the fly to what the Beatles were doing alongside their contemporaries. And as the momentum mounted, I realized that there were more things discussed than any one show could reasonably contain. So enjoy 129A; 129B coming up (so to speak)!

“I Am The Walrus” acoustic excerpt by Laurence Juber: https://www.amazon.com/LJ-Plays-Beatles-Vol-2/dp/B003U8O2OY
Revolver mash-up by Douglas Grant: https://beta.prx.org/stories/11512

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    5 Responses to “129A: “Acoustic Beatles” with Dave Mirkin”

    1. Paul T Says:

      Very interesting episode guys – look fwd to part 2 – And I Lover Her is probably my fave outtake in the whole Anthology series.

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    2. Aaron Snell Says:

      Brilliant Revolver mashup. Dead. Brilliant.

      Reply

    3. DavyR Says:

      Very enjoyable! Can’t wait for part B!

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