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Nick Anthony
Winter of Discontent
A Beatles Podcast
It’s January 1969 and The Beatles are commercially at their peak with a number one Album in the charts and the summers smash hit ‘Hey Jude.’ Professionally things couldn’t be worse, however. Paul has convinced them to rehearse for a live show before the cameras, but his band mates have misgivings which will only multiply as the days progress. This is ‘The Winter of Discontent’. And we’re going to listen in to what will transpire.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 43 ratings
FAB
This is amazing more podcasts like this need to me made, Thankyou nick
Lloyd Eleven via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/24/21
Excellent
If you can’t get enough Beatles this is for you. If you are interested in song writing , this is also for you. Nick does a wonderful job explaining the steps and discussions during the sessions. I am really enjoying this.
Amazon Baby Boomer via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/23/21
A stunning level of attention to detail. I feel this podcast will readdress the balance between the gloomy Let it Be cinematic edit and Doug Sulphy’s essential but downbeat book with ( what I fear will be) a sugar coated Disney version of events …Nick tells it like it is (or was) . Love his...Read full review »
KrisFoxKristian via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/09/21
Recent Episodes
The finale of season two. It’s tea-time January 3rd 1969 and The Beatles set about learning one more new song before finishing for the day. Paul switches to piano, George picks up a bass and Michael tries to spell out his concerns.
Published 09/23/21
Jan. 3rd 1969. Work continues on All Things Must Pass. It’s early evening so a glass or two is raised. And a conversation about jazz leads George to start talking about the great organist in Ray Charles’ Band who’ll soon become a major part of this project.
Published 09/09/21
More work on All Things Must Pass, George settles on a guitar, John has a go at the drums, Paul finally gets involved and the Raelettes make an appearance.
Published 08/26/21
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