Beatles - Here, There And Everywhere, The

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01Ask Me Why20091230|The Beatles' entire catalogue was recorded over forty years ago.|Yet in both artistic and commercial terms, its power shows no sign of fading and the remastered versions of their albums have appeared in charts around the world.|Paul Gambaccini presents a two-part series, in which a range of artists and record producers talk about the legacy of The Beatles.|Part one, Ask Me Why, focuses on the various elements within the group that combined to make The Beatles so musically powerful: their strengths as performers - both instrumentally and vocally - plus the brilliance of John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison as songwriters.|Interviewees include writer and film director Cameron Crowe, Dave Grohl (of Foo Fighers and Nirvana), Jeff Lynne (ELO), Mika, Tom Petty, Slash and Susan Werner.|Paul Gambaccini considers the legacy of The Beatles.|Features Dave Grohl and others.
02 LASTThe Beatles On The Record *20091231The Beatles' entire catalogue was recorded over forty years ago.|Yet in both artistic and commercial terms, its power shows no sign of fading and the remastered versions of their albums have appeared in charts around the world.|Paul Gambaccini presents a two-part series, in which a range of artists and record producers talk about the legacy of The Beatles.|In part two, The Beatles On The Record, we hear how their music was captured on record with the help of innovative arrangements and adventurous production by George Martin.|Some of today's leading record producers - Peter Asher, Joe Boyd, T Bone Burnett, Jeff Lynne, Mark Ronson and Rick Rubin - marvel at the dazzling creativity evident in recordings made over 40 years ago.|Musicians Dave Grohl, Bob Seger, Slash, Susan Werner, Ann and Nancy Wilson (from Heart) and Brian Wilson also discuss the enduring influence of albums such as Rubber Soul, Revolver, Sgt.|Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Beatles (The White Album) and Abbey Road.