If you had to select the 100 Most Pivotal Moments of The Beatles' career, what would you choose...and why? And by "The Beatles' career," I mean both their years together and their solo years. Quite a daunting task, isn't it? But that was the opportunity afforded to Goldmine writer and author of John Lennon: Life is What Matters, John Borack. John was recently asked to write a great new book, The Beatles 100: One Hundred Pivotal Moments in Beatles History. And it is really, really interesting! Please join Lanea Stagg, the author of The Recipe Records Series of rock'n'roll cookbooks and Jude Southerland Kessler, author of The John Lennon Series of narrative biographies as they sit down with Borack to discuss his choices. This is one of the most thought-provoking, conversation-starting podcasts that "She Said She Said" has ever published. Here's a teaser: Pivotal Moment #1 is John meeting Paul. Pivotal Moment #2 is America Greets the Fab Four in 1964 and Moment #3 is Pete Best is Replaced by Ringo Starr. So, the moments are NOT in cause-and-effect, sequential order. You will agree and disagree. You will nod and shout at the show. You will be totally engaged. Don't miss this lively podcast! And buy John's intriguing book wherever great books are sold!
February 10, 2022