A rather off-beat topic this week. Matt highlights 20 Beatles songs with distinctive "count-ins" the start them off. This show originally aired on November 15, 2018.
This week Matt dives into the album "Beatles for Sale." This show originally aired on November 8, 2018.
On many songs, especially late in their careers, not all the Beatles played on them. Matt Dion reveals which songs had 3 or fewer Beatles on them. This show originally aired on August 23, 2018.
Of the Fab Four, poor Ringo was the most overlooked. But not this week. Matt plays songs on which Ringo's skill as a drummer shines through. This show originally aired on August 16, 2018.
As a Beatles critic, no one was tougher than John Lennon, who actually disliked many of the songs the band did, for a number of reasons. This week Matt delves into Lennon's least favorite. This show originally aired on August 9, 2018.
Many times the Beatles, or individual members, would make references to themselves, the other Beatles, or Beatles songs in their own songs, while in the group or as solo artists. Matt plays some of these self-referencing songs this week. This show originally aired on August 2, 2018.
George Harrison was insprired in different ways from the main songwriting team of Lennon and McCartney. This week Matt plays some of his favorite "cosmic" Harrison songs. This show originally aired on July 26, 2018.
Yoko Ono was a divisive charecter in Beatles lore. Some blamed her for breaking the band up. But she was John Lennon's muse and the inspirartion of many of his songs. Matt takes a look at Yoko-inspired music by John. This show originally aired on July 19, 2018.
Paul McCartney was always a romantic in his song writing. In fact John Lennon would sometimes tease Paul for his "sappy" tunes. This week Matt looks at some of Paul's songbook devoted to love and affection. This show originally aired on June 7, 2018.
Ths week Matt makes a side-by-side comparison between the demo versions and fully-produced versions of sverale Beatles songs. This show originally aired on May 31, 2018.