Beatles’ author Larry Kane

Larry Kane was a young American radio news reporter in 1964 when chosen to tour around America with The Beatles. He wasn't impressed at first but soon became a fan and most recently he has featured in the Ron Howard documentary on the Fab Four tour of America called "Eight Days A Week". Beatles' fans can also hear Sir George Martin interviewed here.

Andrew Gold

Ian Keenan calls his interview with Andrew Gold "an all-time favourite". It's a fascinating chat with a man who came from a show business background and then carved his own fantastic musical career. The multi-instrumentalist played a major role in the career of Linda Ronstadt before launching himself as a soloist. He also gave us two of the best TV theme songs of the 80's!

Marianne Faithfull

British singer and actress Marianne Faithfull began her career almost by accident. She was "discovered" by the manager of the Rolling Stones and it was a Jagger/Richards song that resulted in Marianne's first hit. She was there for one of The Beatles' greatest moments and as an actress also left her mark. In fact Marianne Faithfull has a unique claim-to-fame in movie history.

Alan Parsons of The Alan Parsons Project Part 2

In the second part of this interview with Alan Parsons there's more of the stories behind the hits of the Alan Parsons Project as well as more about his work as a record producer. He is of course famous for working with The Beatles but did you know he also produced hits for Steve Harley and Pilot? If you missed Part 1 it's here.

Alan Parsons of the Alan Parsons Project Part 1

This is Part 1 of a chat with Alan Parsons of the Alan Parsons Project. He tells how he went from being a recording engineer to leading his own band, whilst at the same time not touring or having his photo taken very much. He recalls his ground-breaking work with Pink Floyd and why he argued with Al Stewart. Make sure you hear Part 2!

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