In the ninth month of our year with the Beatles, Graeme Burk and Rob Jones are joined by their old friend, TV and film author (and Liverpudlian) Jim Sangster where they talk about Magical Mystery Tour as the most "Liverpool" of the Beatles' albums and talk about the influences the city has throughout, most notably in "Strawberry Fields Forever" and "Penny Lane". Along the way they discuss the album's contribution to the emerging psychadelic movement and the band's trend toward introspection and Jim points out some filthy phrases only a Scouser would know.
For extra-credit homework, Graeme, Rob and Jim watch the 1967 TV special Magical Mystery Tour and discuss its origins in Northern English bank holiday traditions and why most people consider this production a failure for the fab four.
Announcing... Deeper Cuts!
Episode 12 - Let It Be
Episode 11b - Leftover Singles and B-Sides 1966-1970
Episode 11a - The Animated Beatles
Episode 11 - Abbey Road
Episode 10 - The Beatles (aka White Album)
Episode 9a - Eight Days A Week reviewed
Episode 8 - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
Episode 7 - Revolver
Episode 6a - Leftover Singles and B-Sides 1963-1965
Episode 6 - Rubber Soul
Episode 5a - Films About The Beatles
Episode 5 - Help!
Episode 4 - Beatles For Sale
Episode 3a - A Tribute To George Martin
Episode 3 - A Hard Day's Night
Episode 2 - With The Beatles
Episode 1 - Please Please Me
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