Hey Hey, 2Legs is Back! In this special episode Tom and David welcome back author Dr. Kit O'Toole (Songs We Were Singing: Guided Tours Through The Beatles' Lesser-Known Tracks) and Beatles DJ Ken Michaels (Things We Said Today Podcast) as we Say say say what we want about the 1983 album "Pipes of Peace." Was Paul still "The Man" when this LP came out? Or was he knocked down to just an Average Person?
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2Legs is back! In this special episode we are joined by Vic Garbarini. Vis is responsible for conducting the "McCartney Interview" in 1980 for Musician Magazine. The interview later became a Grammy nominated LP. For part 1 of our interview Vic talks about becoming a journalist, starting with Musician Magazine, arriving at MPL and starting the interview. This interview was conducted over the phone so the audio may not be perfect. As always we would love to hear from you. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org You can also find us at our Facebook page 2Legs Podcast and Twitter at 2legspodcast. Upnext Pipes of Peace
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2Legs is back! Tom Hunyady and David Gargalino welcome special guest Paul Du Noyer to the show. Paul talks with us about his career as a rock journalist, interviewing super star musicians like McCartney and gives us the scoop on the making of his book "Conversations with McCartney." As always we'd love to hear from you. Email us at email@example.com or check us out at our Facebook page 2Legs A Paul McCartney podcast or follow us on Twitter @2Legspodcast Up next the McCartney Interview (for real this time)
Mics, speakers and amps oh my! In this new episode of 2Legs hosts Tom Hunyady and David Gargalino get technical with geust Jerry Hammack author of "The Beatles Recording Reference Manual vol 1." You can learn more about vol. 1 @ www.beatlesrecordingreferencemanuals.com/# Like what you hear? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or check us out at our Facebook page 2Legs A Paul McCartney podcast and on Twitter @2Legspodcast. As an extra bonus at end of the interview we have a new feature called "David Speaks!" In this segment David actually asks the guest a question. Next up: "The McCartney Interview!"
2Legs welcomes everyone to 2018! In this episode, Tom and David look back on the busy world of Paul McCartney, month by month, in 2017. From legal wranglings to touring highlights to the infamous Archive Collection Release, Flowers in the Dirt, this episode sure packs a retrospective punch. Such a restrospective look-back gave way to our rememberance of another fantastic (2nd) year as a podcast show. 2Legs is indebted to ALL the authors we've had the honor of interviewing on our show. We also looked towards the future with a taste of a new song written and performed by Paul for Charlotte Gainsbourg called 'Songbird in a Cage.' This song whet our appetite for discussion of our hopes for the future in 2018; amognst them being the much anticipated follow up album to 2013's NEW and the next set of release(s) for the Archive Collection Series.
Like what you hear? Email us at email@example.com or look for our Facebook page (2Legs A Paul McCartney podcast) or on Twitter (@2Legspodcast). Next up: Jerry Hammack - Author of The Beatles Recording Reference Manual.
They said "it couldn't be done" or maybe it was "it shouldn't be done!" Well we did it anyways. 2Legs is back with a new, fun episode. Tom Hunyady and David Gargalino do a commentary track for the "Give My Regards To Broad Street" film. David and Tom give some facts and plenty of banter MST3K style. Like what you hear? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, look for our Facebook page 2Legs A Paul McCartney podcast or on Twitter @2Legspodcast. Next up: our look back at 2017 and hopes for 2018.
Is Paul McCartney the greatest musician of all time? How important was McCartney in the Beatles? These questions and more as author Tony Conley join Tom Hunyady and David Gargalino to talk about his upcoming book "Paul McCartney: In The Beatles." To learn more about Tony's book go to goodmojopress.com We'd love to hear from you, email us at email@example.com or check us out at our Facebook page 2 Legs. Up next: MST3K: Broadstreet edition.