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It was a pleasure to chat all things McCartney album covers (and much more!) with Sam Whiles of the Paul or Nothing podcast! Check it out!

This was as fun to listen to as it was to record! Our chat runs the gamut from the fashion of the fabs and their lovers to sexism in the fandom (with cheeky humor folded in) – and then we deep dive into the McCartney album cover art and our thoughts on the album itself!

We are taking a little break from our Lennon/McCartney Breakup Series to bring you this interview with the fabulous Chris O’Dell!

In this episode Diana and Thalia have a conversation with Chris O’Dell, the author of the book Miss O’Dell: My Hard Days And Long Nights With The Beatles, The Stones, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton And The Women They Loved. Chris O’Dell has led an extraordinary life as a close friend of the Beatles, Pattie Boyd and Maureen Starkey.  She was an early Apple employee, worked for Peter Asher and was among the world’s first female tour managers.  She worked on many legendary tours, including the iconic 70’s tours of Bob Dylan, George Harrison, The Rolling Stones, and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.  She was the subject of George Harrison’s song “Miss O’Dell” as well as Leon Russell’s songs “Pisces Apple Lady” and “Hummingbird.”

We dig into hot topics like Apple in the early days, the day John quit the Beatles, the Maureen/Ringo/George triangle; Paul in 1968, Paul and Linda as a couple. John Lennon during the “lost weekend,” the day Paul quit the Beatles and George’s reaction. the Beatles vs. the Stones, and much more.

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The new episode is here!

Spiraling Towards Divorce: Cold Turkey, the 4/4/4/2 Meeting, and the L/M “Myth” – 8 L/M Breakup Series

In part 8 of the L/M Breakup Series, Diana and Phoebe explore the events, meetings, maneuvers and negotiations that took place during the first half of September 1969. They trace how things start to escalate and go off the tracks following the relative harmony of the Abbey Road sessions. Covered in this episode are: John and Yoko’s cold turkey experience, Mary McCartney’s birth, The Isle of Wight festival, the 4/4/4/2 meeting and the “myth” of Lennon/McCartney.

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The new episode is here!

Spiraling Towards Divorce: Cold Turkey, the 4/4/4/2 Meeting, and the L/M “Myth” – 8 L/M Breakup Series

In part 8 of the L/M Breakup Series, Diana and Phoebe explore the events, meetings, maneuvers and negotiations that took place during the first half of September 1969. They trace how things start to escalate and go off the tracks following the relative harmony of the Abbey Road sessions. Covered in this episode are: John and Yoko’s cold turkey experience, Mary McCartney’s birth, The Isle of Wight festival, the 4/4/4/2 meeting and the “myth” of Lennon/McCartney.

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Anonymous asked:

Hello, just want to say that I’m addicted to your podcasts and keep up with the great work! Thank you so much~

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That means a lot to us, Listener! Thank you so much! 😊

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Hey, really enjoying the podcast. Just out of curiosity is the next episode going to be out anytime in the near future? No pressure of course!

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Hi Listener, thank you so much! We’re excited to hear that you’re enjoying our show. We are working on the next one at the moment, so keep your eyes peeled for a new one coming soon! 🙂

On this day in 1957, Paul impressed John with his amazing guitar skills and rock star charisma at the Woolton Garden Fete!

As John would reflect many years later, “That was the day, the day that I met Paul, that it started moving.”

Painting by artist Eric Cash

A little bit of housekeeping

As an FYI to our community, we have revamped the titles of the episodes in Breakup Series (now titled “The Lennon/McCartney Breakup”) to A: Reflect that the heart of the series, and the focus of our analysis is the Lennon/McCartney breakup, and B: Name the episodes in such a way that people can jump into specific topics they’re interested in! It’s the same content, just differently named to make the content easier to navigate! 🙂

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