August 13th, 2022
First Generation Beatles Fan John Nicholes (Andy's Dad) joins us for a fun chat what it was like to be a Beatles/Paul fan right in the thick of it in the 1960s and 70s and also gives us his thoughts on RAM and Paul overall as well as his own musical landscape of artists he saw in the NYC area throughout the 60s and early 1970s. Thanks for coming on the show pops!
August 6th, 2022
From Our YouTube series - originally streamed 21st April 2021.
July 30th, 2022
We are very happy to have two of the best back on this week!
On this week's episode we start a new series called "Year In Review" where we will pick one year in Paul's career and have Chip Madinger and Mark Easter (Eight Arms To Hold You and Lennonology books) join Tom & Andy to discuss and analyse a given year in McCartney's career.
For our first one we chose the epic year of 1975. Wings coming into their most well known era and Paul's at the top of his game. We discuss a 1975 timeline, the formal dissolution of the Beatles, what if John joined Paul in New Orleans, Venus and Mars being recorded and the UK and Australian Tours which took place in September and November of 75.
We enjoyed this and looking forward to doing more.
Have a specific year you'd like to see discussed with Chip and Mark? Let us know in the comments! Tom & Andy Pick up a digital copy of "Eight Arms To Hold You" at www.lennonology.com
July 23rd, 2022
Ever Experience Macca Burnout?
One infamous YouTuber did and on this week's episode of 2Legs he explains why he jumped off the Paul bandwagon for a while.
YouTuber CanadianStudmuffin aka Larry Graves joins us this week to discuss what turned him off Paul's music and when he jumped back on board. Our discussion also went into rock groups performing live today still, (Andy having seen Jon Anderson of Yes recently) and how the live acts that still carry the banner of a group even tho there may be 1 or none original members still in it.
We thank Larry for his time and congratulate him for being a prolific YouTuber for over 15 years!
July 16th, 2022
No doubt if you were in stores during the month of June you may have seen the bookazine from TIME titled "Paul McCartney at 80".
Joining us this week on 2Legs is the writer of the magazine Glenn Greenberg. Glenn is a free lance writer who previously published magazines on John Lennon and Star Wars.
Glenn gives us an overview of the "bookazine" concept, his career as a writer and journey of fandom and how he came to write a book destined for a wide audience but also have enough substance for the hardcore fan.
Glenn Greenberg On Twitter
July 9th, 2022
The Frenemy Returns! This week in 2Legs, that other Paul McCartney Podcast, yeah him - none other than Sam Whiles (Paul Or Nothing Podcast) joins Tom and Andy as they reconstruct 3 albums:
Red Rose Speedway
Back To The Egg
This wasn't too hard for Andy (for one of the albums, can you guess?) How would you or would you even reconstruct any of these albums? and Egypt Station only being 4 years old can rightfully be considered classic? We do! Let us know!
TH & AN
July 2nd, 2022
From our "Ranking The Tracks" series, Driving Rain, 2001. Originally streamed April 14th 2021.
June 27th, 2022
Andy recaps his experience seeing Paul (for the 12th time) since 2002 with Tom. This was taken from our YouTube channel on the heels of getting in from the show at 2:00 AM!
June 25th, 2022
Another 50th Anniversary. God we're all getting old aren't we these days with these anniversaries!
Nonetheless, another Macca milestone in 2022 is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the First 3 Wings singles which all happened in 1972. We're early with one of them but figured what the heck. This week on 2Legs Andy discuss 'Give Ireland Back To The Irish', 'Mary Had A Little Lamb'/'Little Woman Love' and 'Hi Hi Hi/C Moon'.
Their legacy in the McCartney canon. We also discuss if they would have fared better if they were just released and billed as "Paul McCartney" and not Wings, coming off the heels of Wild Life.
Anyone out there buy these at the time of release? Were you impressed or just meh? Let us know. Till next time! Tom & Andy
June 18th, 2022
On this special day, we finally ranked Paul's albums from least to best. We chose 26 albums. We did not include live, classical, or Firemen albums.
We included Choba BCCP, Run Devil Run and Kisses On The Bottom. This was our longest show yet! At 3 hours it's a marathon but we felt on this occasion it was ok to a bit over the top about our favourite guy!
We are blessed he has continued to make new music and thankful for everything he has given us.
Long Live Paul! Tom & Andy