Engaging and insightful
I was prompted to have a listen to "Winter of Discontent" by the guys of the "Nothing Is Real" Beatles podcast. I'm about six episodes in to WoD, and I'm wholly bowled over by the quality of this program. Nick provides very informative and engaging, extremely well-produced episodes that fully contextualize the Nagra audio tapes that documented practically every minute of the Beatles' musical activities in January 1969. An obvious Beatles fan, he nonetheless offers critical, not fawning, commentary paired with accessible musical explanations. He's set himself a huge task, and I'll be cheering him on until he reaches the finish line. This show is a stupendous accomplishment.Read full review »
Beatlesguru1 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/08/21
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This is a strangely compelling journey through The Beatles ‘Let It Be’ sessions of January 1969. We move through the story with unimaginable detail, in an atmosphere that is not dissimilar to visiting the ghosts of the The Beatles at work in the studio more than half a century ago. The minute a...Read full review »
- Taylor via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/03/21
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
This is an incredible podcast - an in-depth examination of the Get Back sessions via the Nagra Tapes with insightful commentary. Highly recommended.
Glennyv via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 10/31/21
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