The Beatles animated feature is for little kids, big kids, and their parents. Even a once-skeptical George Harrison later admitted that this Beatles movie works for everyone. (It still does!)
Beatles expert Ken Womack has personal reasons as to why this early compilation by Paul McCartney and Wings is so satisfying. (Part of it involves a memorable road trip.)
Last month saw the reissue of Thrillington, arguably one of the strangest episodes in Paul McCartney’s musical corpus. The Thrillington album, a collection…
A newly-remastered DVD set showcases the four electrifying performances on Ed Sullivan that catapulted the Beatles into legend. And there’s fun bonus footage (vintage commercials!) that puts their groundbreaking appearances into the context of the time.
Forget souvenirs: The Beatles brought back a ton of musical ideas from their time in India. And etched them out in a single day at George Harrison’s home studio. Ken Womack, one of our resident Beatles experts, shares what went down in Esher.