American Masters LENNONYC - Beyond Broadcast | PBS
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Each podcast will consist of slightly edited interviews conducted for the film American Masters LENNONYC introduced by Susan Lacy, series creator and executive producer of American Masters and a producer of LENNONYC and Michael Epstein, director/writer of LENNONYC. New "episodes" will post weekly every Thursday until the Thursday after broadcast on November 22. The final episode will be a question and answer session using the best questions submitted by users via email. The content will be available on the American Masters Web site (pbs.org/americanmasters) and iTunes. Users can check back in these locations or subscribe to keep up to date with the newest episodes. The first podcast will feature Jack Douglas talking about his long relationship with John Lennon including his time producing Double Fantasy. A highlight of the interview is Douglas’ account about a probable Beatles reunion for a Ringo album slated to be recorded in early 1981. According to Douglas, Lennon had told him both he and Paul McCartney had signed on to the album and each had written original songs for Ringo. Lennon’s songs, Stepping Out and Nobody Told Me instead appeared on Lennon's posthumous album, Milk and Honey. Slated to appear on later podcasts are Bob Gruen, personal friend and Lennon photographer, Jim Keltner, drums on various Lennon/Ono albums, Elton John, musician, and Yoko Ono, multi-media artist and peace activist.
||LENNONYC: Filmmaker Interview (and Podcast Extra)||For the upcoming premiere of LENNONYC for American Masters on PBS, producer Jessica Levin and director/producer Michael Epstein sat down to discuss the making of the film and answer some questions about the creative process.||18/11/2010||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||LENNONYC: Beyond Broadcast: Episode 10: Klaus Voormann||In episode ten of LENNONYC: Beyond Broadcast, meet Klaus Voormann, a longtime friend of John Lennon, who has played on solo projects and recordings by Lou Reed, Carly Simon, James Taylor, and Harry Nilsson amongst others.||11/11/2010||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||LENNONYC: Beyond Broadcast: Episode 9: Earl Slick||In episode nine of LENNONYC: Beyond Broadcast, meet Earl Slick, legendary lead guitarist, who originally met Lennon during David Bowie's Young Americans sessions. In 1980, Jack Douglas brought Slick on to play guitar for Double Fantasy.||4/11/2010||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||LENNONYC: Beyond Broadcast: Episode 8: Colin Hall of Mendips and Colin Hanton of The Quarrymen||In episode eight of LENNONYC: Beyond Broadcast, meet both Colin Hall, the curator at Mendips, John's childhood home, and Colin Hanton, the original drummer for The Quarrymen and hear them discuss about Liverpool, American Rock 'N' Roll,||28/10/2010||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||LENNONYC: Beyond Broadcast: Episode 7: Adam Ippolito of Elephant’s Memory||In episode seven of LENNONYC: Beyond Broadcast, meet Adam Ippolito, the keyboardist for Elephant's Memory. Elephant's Memory was a protest band of the 1960's and 70's in New York City's East Village. The group became the Plastic Ono Elephant's Memory B...||21/10/2010||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||LENNONYC: Beyond Broadcast: Episode 6: Gary Van Scyoc of Elephant’s Memory||In episode six of LENNONYC: Beyond Broadcast, meet Gary Van Scyoc, the bass player for Elephant's Memory, the band backing John Lennon and Yoko Ono during 1972 and appearing as the Plastic Ono Elephant's Memory Band.||14/10/2010||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||LENNONYC: Beyond Broadcast: Episode 5: Roy Cicala||In episode five of LENNONYC: Beyond Broadcast, meet Roy Cicala, who worked for almost 20 years as a producer and sound engineer at Record Plant Studios in New York City. Known to be one of the best in his field,||8/10/2010||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||LENNONYC: Beyond Broadcast: Episode 4: Elton John||In episode four of LENNONYC: Beyond Broadcast: After losing a friendly bet that "Whatever Gets You Thru the Night" would never go to number one (it did), John Lennon played his last live show with his good friend Elton John.||30/9/2010||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||LENNONYC: Beyond Broadcast: Episode 3: Jim Keltner||In episode three of LENNONYC: Beyond Broadcast, meet Jim Keltner, one of the world's most beloved session drummers. Over the course of a decade, Keltner and Lennon established a close friendship, playing together on six of Lennon's albums.||23/9/2010||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||LENNONYC: Beyond Broadcast: Episode 2: Bob Gruen||In episode two of LENNONYC: Beyond Broadcast, meet Bob Gruen, who was friends with John and Yoko almost from the moment they arrived in New York City in 1971. Gruen, who has perhaps the most complete record of John's time in New York.||16/9/2010||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||LENNONYC: Beyond Broadcast: Episode 1: Jack Douglas||The first podcast for American Masters: LENNONYC features Jack Douglas talking about his long relationship with John Lennon including his time producing Double Fantasy. A highlight of the interview is Douglas’ account about a probable Beatles reunion f.||9/9/2010||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|