Take It Away: The Complete Paul McCartney Archive Podcast
Season 5, Ep. 36
Chris and Paul take to the mic to tackle the latest McCartney release - the conclusion to a trilogy 50 years in the making. WithMcCartney III, Paul finds himself once again crafting a homespun record born of sudden time on his hands, this time the result of a global pandemic and a pause in the music business (rather than the band shake-ups that spurred McCartneys I and II). Of course, no pandemic could put a pause on the business of Paul McCartney...and Macca's creative engine is still firing on all cylinders. From up-front rockers like “Lavatory Lil”and “Slidin'” tothe jammy, effortless atmosphere of “Deep Deep Feeling” and “Long Tailed Winter Bird,“there's lots to discuss. Take It Away co-founder Chris Mercer is joinedby fellow music podcaster Paul Kaminski (The Third Men,Now Hear This,Yesterday & Today) to weigh in on this complex, exciting new record - and tothank the incredibleTIAlisteners for all the love and support these past few months. This episode (and all episodes) of the show is dedicated to the music and memory of Ryan Brady. So welcome back to the fold, friends - you can see our podcast through windows in our hair.Email us:firstname.lastname@example.org
For Ryan (pt2)
Season 5, Ep. 2
Side B: The Take It Away and Now Hear This Podcasts have joined forces to pay tribute to friend and podcasting pioneer Ryan Brady. Hosts Chris and Paul are joined by guests, family and listeners to share the special music and memories given to them - and to all of us - by Ryan over the years in this two-part retrospective. We'll touch on the many facets of a life lived in joy and melody, and spotlight our favorite music made by, and enjoyed, by Ryan Brady. Our thanks go out to all those helping to keep Ryan's memory alive, and to everyone whose support made Take It Away and Now Hear This possible. So sit back, sing along and don't forget to enjoy every sandwich.
For Ryan (pt1)
Season 5, Ep. 1
Side A: The Take It Away and Now Hear This Podcasts have joined forces to pay tribute to friend and podcasting pioneer Ryan Brady. Hosts Chris and Paul are joined by guests, family and listeners to share the special music and memories given to them - and to all of us - by Ryan over the years in this two-part retrospective. We'll touch on the many facets of a life lived in joy and melody, and spotlight our favorite music made by, and enjoyed, by Ryan Brady. Our thanks go out to all those helping to keep Ryan's memory alive, and to everyone whose support made Take It Away and Now Hear This possible. So sit back, sing along and don't forget to enjoy every sandwich.
Cold Cuts - A Now Hear This Crossover
Crossover episode! Emotional moment, we enter the cage. Cage match that is ... Chris, Ryan, and Paul throw down on the most famous unreleased Paul McCartney project to date:Cold Cuts(orHot Hitz, and Kold Kutz, for those keeping score). We talk about this long lost, ultimately found, and yet sort of released, yet still unofficially unreleased clutch of rare gems in the McCartney cannon. Will there be debates? Heated. Will there be laughs? Myriad. Did daddy love a dancer? Yes, though she never gave an answer. Mama's little boys and girls, grab your best friends, and hey diddle, head down to the Robber's Ball for one hell of a carnival night out. If there are no tragedies, same time next year?Email us:email@example.comHere's the link we mentioned on the show.
'Egypt Station' Singles "Home Tonight," "In a Hurry," and the 'It's a Wonderful Life' Musical
Season 4, Ep. 35
We're back for another surprise episode of Season 4 because Paul released two new Egypt Station singles: "Home Tonight" and "In a Hurry." Also, we touch on Paul's upcoming It's a Wonderful Life musical. We recorded this before the world shut down, but we thought now is the perfect time for a little laughter. Join us for this fun episode.Email us:firstname.lastname@example.org
Now Hear This
Good news everyone! Paul Kaminski and Ryan's episode on Bruce McMouse earlier this year has morphed into its own podcast called Now Here This. In each episode, Paul and Ryan trade their favorite records and talk about one album per podcast for about an hour. In every episode, imagine one guy is the "expert" and the other guy is the rookie. They swap roles throughout the season. They walk through the history of the albums, run through the track lists, and attempt to turn each other - and YOU, the listener - on to new music.Enjoy this promo episode where Paul, James, and Wayne Kaminski (you may know them from The Third Men Podcast or the Yesterday & Today Beatles Podcast) talk with Ryan about Now Hear This.Listen to the new show here: nowhearthispodcast.com
Special Announcement: 'More to Come'
In this short bonus episode, Mercerintroduces his brand-new concept albumMore To Come.It’s an album about late night television from the early 70s through the mid-90s, using Johnny Carson (host of the Tonight Show from 1962-1992) as the focal point.The musical style is mainly art rock, but with clear influences from sunshine pop, baroque pop, musical theater, and film music.If you’re interested, please join me for a little more discussion on the album and a few musical excerpts.You can findMore To Come, along with my other recent pop music projects, at Bandcamp:https://mercer1.bandcamp.com/album/more-to-comeStay up, stay tuned!Email us:email@example.com
Season 4, Ep. 34
Do you believe it? We made it from McCartney to Egypt Station. What a journey together. We're so glad to see you here with us at the end of the line. Join us as we discuss McCartney's #1 hit 2018 LP which was produced by Greg Kurstin and Ryan Tedder. Whether you enjoy the singles "I Don't Know," "Come on to Me," or "Fuh You," or are more inclined to album cuts like "Do It Now," "Dominoes," or "Back to Brazil," there's so much to love on this album. We hope you've enjoyed the ride, and we thank you all for showing up again and again and again. What's next? You'll have to stick around, we're nearly there. Thank you!Click here for the Episode 34 topic list.Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Season 4, Ep. 33
Oh boy, this is a fun one. We attempt to tackle all of the songs Paul McCartney covered during his career. We dip back into The Beatles catalog, roll through Wings, and investigate the McCartney solo years. We also pose this question: "What defines a cover?" Find out if we answer it in this hilarious episode. It ain't a shame.Click here for the Episode 33 topic list.Email us: email@example.comPlaylist mentioned in the episode.