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Hi listeners! Like many of you, this situation has made our schedules more hectic than usual. Bear with us, because we have more episodes in the pipeline!

ladysstardust asked:

First things first, I abso-fucking-lutly love your podcast. Found it only 2 days ago, I’ve been listening as much as I can. Having women’s voices in the sea of sausage that is the Beatles fandom, and not only that but challenging the narrative that’s been established since the beginning is such a fresh breath of air that I’m high on the oxygen. 1/2

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Well first of all, thank you so much for your kind words! We LOVE receiving messages like this from listeners.

We agree that the break-up, particularly the Get Back sessions, can be almost overwhelming. At the end of the day, even if there was no neat solution to John and Paul’s interpersonal problems, we truly believe that both of them were driven by fear of being hurt by the other. It’s hard not to get bummed out by that.

However, we encourage you to keep listening! We believe it’s necessary to wade through the emotions of the period rather than avoid them (like every author ever), so we can at least ATTEMPT to figure out what was really going on. Since fans are still trying to figure out the breakup, and both Paul and Ringo are still being asked to explain what REALLY happened, it’s clear that the traditional explanation just isn’t satisfactory and doesn’t ring true. And we believe the story doesn’t ring true because it ignores the deeply emotional (sensitive, taboo, unspoken) issues between John and Paul. That’s why we consider this work so important to do.

We’re very pleased and thankful that you’ve followed us in this journey.  ❤️

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Wash your hands and keep social distancing!

Another Kind of Mind will be back soon with a new episode to help you through the quarantine!

Thank you so much to our lovely listeners for being so supportive, and for leaving us all those positive reviews on iTunes!

“If I Ran Away from You: Part 5″ Love, War, and the Games that Ended the Beatles

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In this episode, Diana and Phoebe explore the Battle for Northern Songs, which raged throughout the Spring and Summer of 1969. They go deep into this topic, providing detail and context as they investigate Paul’s infamous extra shares and explore the psychological impact of the loss of their publishing rights.
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“If I Ran Away from You: Ep. 2 Pt. 1” Love, War, and the Games that Ended the Beatles

In the second installment of our Break-up series, Diana and Phoebe take a DEEP look into January 1969, when the Beatles record and film Let it Be.  

Part 1 reflects on the sub-textual conversation revealed in their behaviors and their music.  Part 2 (Coming very soon!) looks at some of the underlying issues of the break-up as they play out in this period.  

This multi-part series explores the emotional roots of the Beatles break-up with a focus on Lennon/McCartney.

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And as always, thank you so much for listening, everyone! ❤ 

Too Busy being John and Paul: George Harrison’s Role in “How Do You Sleep?”

In Part 2 of our deep dive into “How Do You Sleep?”, we attempt to dissect George’s role in the creation of the song, his perspective on Lennon-McCartney as a unit, and the impact his participation may have had on George’s relationships with both John and Paul.

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I Find My Love Awake: Reassessing “How Do You Sleep?” in 2019

In Part 1 of this series, Thalia and Phoebe dive deep into the undercurrents of Lennon’s “How Do You Sleep,” exploring John’s state of mind, how he processed the dissolution of his partnership with Paul, and the climate in which the song was written.

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May I Introduce to You: The Minds Behind Another Kind of Mind

Welcome to our introductory episode, where we will walk you through who we are, why we wanted to do a podcast, and how we will approach the topics we plan to tackle in the future. Thanks for joining us! “We hope you will enjoy the show!”

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