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John Lennon: Rebel. Radical. Revolutionary. The story of John Lennon’s post-Beatles years in the turbulent, political, and violent 1970s is told from the perspective of those who knew him best. BLOOD ON THE TRACKS is part true crime, part historical fiction, part spoken word lo-fi beat noir brought to you by Jake Brennan, the host of the award-winning music and true crime podcast, DISGRACELAND. It features the fictionalized voices of David Bowie, Yoko Ono, Harry Nilsson, Richard Nixon, Mark ...
 
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As the 1970s wore on, John Lennon found himself at a crossroads. Was he a pop singer or an artist? Would he continue to be a musician at all, or instead would he retreat into quiet family life? Enter David Bowie, who managed to find a way to help John be all of those things at once, while at the same time making Bowie bigger than ever in the United…
 
Elton John and John Lennon had a special relationship. It very well may have been the deepest and closest relationship that John had with another musician after Paul McCartney. Elton explains how he and John hid out from Andy Warhol in a hotel room; how one of the most legendary bets in rock ‘n roll history led to John making an unexpected appearan…
 
Was Harry Nilsson a bad influence on John Lennon? Or was John Lennon a bad influence on Harry Nilsson? Harry ponders this very question as he takes a very inebriated stroll down a memory lane. It’s on this journey that John and Harry consume far too many Brandy Alexanders, Harry tries to get Paul McCartney to take a horse tranquilizer, Harry litera…
 
Keith Moon, wild man drummer for the Who, has plenty of his own stories to tell, from chopping up hotel rooms with a hatchet to dunking a Lincoln Continental in a Holiday Inn’s pool. He was one of John’s frequent fellow partiers during John’s “lost weekend” in Los Angeles, which was longer than a weekend and even more lost than you’d initially assu…
 
To settle a copyright lawsuit, John Lennon begins a disastrous recording project with one of the most disastrous producers in the biz: Phil Spector. The former “tycoon of teen” attempts to helm John’s rock ‘n roll covers album in Los Angeles, which quickly devolves into drunken hijinks, all while a threatening music executive presents serious chall…
 
Chris Purcell and Simon Weitzman join me to discuss some key Beatles documentaries, predominantly the Maysles brothers' 'What's Happening! The Beatles In The U.S.A.' (aka The Beatles: The First U.S. Visit), 'The Beatles Anthology' and 'Timewatch: Beatlemania'. Chris and Simon also discuss their own fan-related films (links below)and we discuss the …
 
As John Lennon becomes the most famous political dissident in America, President Richard Nixon becomes increasingly paranoid. Nixon defends his legacy as well as the lengths to which his administration went in order to silence the rabble rousing ex-Beatle. Nixon’s own fears led him to believe that John wouldn’t just sway the youth vote, but that he…
 
John Lennon’s second wife and creative muse, Yoko Ono, recalls their time as one of the most simultaneously beloved and feared couples of 1970s New York City. Yoko’s tales include drug busts, government surveillance, robbery, extortion, fear, and paranoia. All this and more in the season two premiere of BLOOD ON THE TRACKS: The John Lennon Story. F…
 
John Lennon: Rebel. Radical. Revolutionary. The story of John Lennon’s post-Beatles years in the turbulent, political, and violent 1970s is told from the perspective of those who knew him best. BLOOD ON THE TRACKS is part true crime, part historical fiction, part spoken word lo-fi beat noir brought to you by Jake Brennan, the host of the award-winn…
 
David 'Ghosty' Wills and I complete our answering of the wonderful questions sent in audio form by Glass Onion listeners. Topics covered in this part include the 1968 Beatles psychodrama, Bernard Purdey, Lennon's bad behaviour, Beatles influencers and fictional reunion set lists. Thanks once again to all those who sent in questionsEnjoy!Feedback an…
 
In the first of a traditional Glass Onion 2-parter, I'm joined by radio D.J. David Wills a.k.a. Ghosty, to answer questions from the listeners in audio form. Topics covered include (in no particular order) guitar technique, weed pseudonyms, White Album reimaginings, the ever-changing Lennon, political fad-hopping, future Beatles books and tubas! Pa…
 
Therapist, musician and Liverpudlian Alun Parry joins me as we pool our shared psychological knowledge to discuss John and The Beatles from a variety of angles, all the while taking pains not to offer speculative diagnoses of our wildly contradictory hero and his ex-bandmatesEnjoy!Feedback and voluntary Paypal donations to glassonionpod@yahoo.comFa…
 
Erin Weber, author of 'The Beatles And The Historians', joins me to discuss various aspects of John Lennon and the Beatles using her historiographical skills. We also discuss history and propaganda in a general way and the challenge of achieving objectivity and finding the elusive truth among ever-changing narratives. Links to Erin's work can be fo…
 
Your host Antony recently appeared on the 'Classic Film Jerks' podcast to take a comedic but still analytical look at the Beatles’ first film ‘A Hard Day’s Night’. Is it a classic? You can probably guess what I thought but what did Michael and Andrew from CFJ conclude after their first watch? The intro to the show contains more information on the u…
 
Journalist and Glass Onion listener Spencer Cox joins me for a wide-ranging deep dive into John Lennon 1980, psychology, drugs and even the British royal family (just briefly...)Enjoy!Feedback and voluntary Paypal donations to glassonionpod@yahoo.comFacebook page-https://www.facebook.com/glassonionjlpodTwitter handletwitter.com/OnionLennonAntony's …
 
The second half of a double swapcast with Sam from the 'Paul or Nothing' podcast looking at Lennon and McCartney's covers album adventures is a review of Paul's 'Russian album', CHOBA B CCCP. Links to Sam's show can be found belowEnjoy!Feedback and voluntary Paypal donations to glassonionpod@yahoo.comFacebook page-www.facebook.com/glassonionjlpodTw…
 
Sam Whiles of 'Paul or Nothing' guest hosts the first part of a double swapcast looking at Lennon and McCartney's covers album adventures. First up is John's 'Rock And Roll' album from 1975. Links to Sam's show can be found belowEnjoy!Feedback and voluntary Paypal donations to glassonionpod@yahoo.comFacebook page-www.facebook.com/glassonionjlpodTwi…
 
Caitlin Hair returns to offer more first-hand memories of the Lennons, Albert Goldman, Fred Seaman and her mother Marnie, who was a close friend of both Yoko and Goldman, in the ongoing quest of this podcast to find the truth about John Lennon's final years. The conversation is preceded by another guitar lesson from the host and also the launch of …
 
Matt Sergiou joins me to talk about some of the occult and conspiratorial aspects of the Beatles and John Lennon. The discussion covers, among other things, the 60s counterculture, LSD, mind control and hypnosis. There are links to Matt's work belowEnjoy!Feedback and voluntary Paypal donations to glassonionpod@yahoo.comFacebook page-www.facebook.co…
 
In a break from the regular shows, here is an appearance made by Antony in January on the excellent Elvis Presley podcast ‘TCBCast’, discussing some of the parallels and differences between Elvis and The Beatles. Topics include their management, tribute acts, their films, Beatles songs covered by Elvis and the songs covered by both acts. The discus…
 
Dan Richter makes a welcome return to the show as we tackle the difficult label of 'genius', using among other things Dan's recollections of his close working relationships with John Lennon and Stanley Kubrick. The conversation is preceded by another 'guitar lesson' from your host AntonyEnjoy!Feedback and voluntary Paypal donations to glassonionpod…
 
Ken Womack joins me to talk about his 2020 book which looks at the final year of John's life. Among other things, we discuss New York and London, the recovery of John's muse and the impossibility of knowing what was really going on behind closed doors in that most contentious year. The conversation is preceded by your host reading a remarkable list…
 
Al Sussman joins me for a freewheeling discussion of the enigma that was John Lennon and various other topics. Al is an author and also the long-time executive editor of 'Beatlefan' magazine. The conversation is preceded by your host showing some of the Beatles tricks and common chord structures on guitar.Enjoy!Feedback and voluntary Paypal donatio…
 
The conclusion of my talk with David 'Ghosty' Wills about the relationship between John Lennon and Elvis Presley, this time focusing on the 1970s/early 80s period and the unfortunate demise of our two heroes in very different circumstances, as well as discussing their legacies and the public's rather morbid fascination with deathEnjoy!!Feedback and…
 
David 'Ghosty' Wills and I continue our deep dive into the relationship between John Lennon and Elvis Presley, this time focusing on the 1960s period, including the 1965 Beatles & Elvis summit meeting and Elvis's Comeback Special and early Las Vegas periodEnjoy!!Feedback and voluntary Paypal donations to glassonionpod@yahoo.comFacebook page-www.fac…
 
For this first-ever Glass Onion 3-parter, I'm joined by radio DJ David 'Ghosty' Wills for a deep dive into the relationship between John Lennon and Elvis Presley, both with their meeting in 1965 (this will be covered in Part 2)and all the other strands that interwove them.Enjoy!!Feedback and voluntary Paypal donations to glassonionpod@yahoo.comFace…
 
In this episode of the show, I'm joined by Ben Rowling and Caitlin Hair to discuss the opposite narratives of John Lennon presented in the biographies written by Ray Coleman and Albert Goldman. Caitlin is the daughter of one of Goldman's key sources for the Dakota years (1975-80) and she shares personal reminiscences of her time as a child in that …
 
A recent appearance by your humble host on the excellent 'Under The Covers' podcast, discussing John's best and worst cover versions, both with The Beatles and in his solo career. Expect lots of 'Mr Moonlight'!Enjoy!Feedback to glassonionpod@yahoo.comFacebook page-www.facebook.com/glassonionjlpodTwitter pagetwitter.com/OnionLennonPlease (x many) li…
 
Kit O'Toole, Ken McNab and I finish counting down the worst to best John Lennon albums, including his contributions to Beatles albums. There are links to Kit and Ken's work below.Enjoy!Feedback to glassonionpod@yahoo.comFacebook page-www.facebook.com/glassonionjlpodTwitter pagetwitter.com/OnionLennonyou tube versionhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N…
 
Kit O'Toole and Ken McNab, both Beatles authors and veterans of this podcast, join me to count down the John Lennon albums, the twist being that we are including his contributions to Beatles albums, leaving us 19 to choose from. There are links to Kit and Ken's work below.Enjoy!Feedback to glassonionpod@yahoo.comFacebook page-www.facebook.com/glass…
 
To mark John Lennon's posthumous 80th birthday, I thought I'd do something different and invite 3 of my most loyal listeners (or perhaps I should now say 'friends of the show'!) to talk about John, The Beatles and their history with this podcast.Enjoy!Feedback to glassonionpod@yahoo.comFacebook page-www.facebook.com/glassonionjlpodTwitter pagetwitt…
 
As Phil Spector faces the rest of his life in prison for the murder of actress Lana Clarkson, the memories in his head swirl around in a perfect storm of confusion, resentment, misguided anger, and petty entitlement. The words of Lenny Bruce, Ronnie Spector, Keith Richards, Ike Turner, Leonard Cohen, Debbie Harry, John Lennon, Darlene Love, and the…
 
Actress Lana Clarkson meets Phil Spector for the first and last time on a fateful and fatal night in February 2003. She doesn’t know who he is, but is gradually charmed by the stories he tells about The Beatles, The Righteous Brothers, Tina Turner, The Ramones, Elvis Presley, and more. When they end up at Spector’s Alhambra castle, a tipsy night of…
 
The conclusion of my discussion with Sam from the 'Paul or Nothing' podcast about the ever-fascinating and enigmatic Lennon-McCartney relationship. There's a link to Sam's show belowEnjoy!Feedback to glassonionpod@yahoo.comFacebook page-www.facebook.com/glassonionjlpodTwitter pagetwitter.com/OnionLennonyou tube versionhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?…
 
Darlene Love was the anonymous voice behind many of Phil Spector’s earliest chart-topping teenage pop symphonies; songs like “He’s a Rebel” and “He’s the Boy I Love” bear Darlene’s uncredited but unmistakable vocal. Darlene talks about how she struggled to pull herself out of anonymity and into the spotlight, but how every attempt was thwarted by t…
 
From Let It Be to Imagine to an infamous “lost weekend” in Los Angeles, no Beatle had more face time with Phil Spector than John Lennon. John reminisces on being drunkenly tied to a bed, having a gun fired at him in the studio, and lawyering up simply to get his own session tapes back. Every crazy story has the same crazy common denominator: Phil S…
 
Sam Whiles from the 'Paul or Nothing' podcast joins me for a 'swapcast' freeform discussion about the ever-fascinating and endlessly dissected relationship between the 2 chief Beatles. There's a link to Sam's show belowEnjoy!Feedback to glassonionpod@yahoo.comFacebook page-www.facebook.com/glassonionjlpodTwitter pagetwitter.com/OnionLennonyou tube …
 
Debbie Harry, Blondie frontwoman and siren of the ‘70s NYC punk scene, talks about making the jump from the Big Apple to the City of Angels, with stops at The Whisky, KROQ, American Bandstand, and, of course, Phil Spector’s mansion. Her story is also The Ramones’ story, and both the beauty and the beasts share the good, the bad, and the downright w…
 
Leonard Cohen recalls his time with Phil Spector as a time of great confusion and soul searching. It’s also a time of bad omens, punctuated by being held against his will and being held at gunpoint. Despite cameos by Bob Dylan and Allen Ginsberg, and trips to islands off the coast of Greece and Zen retreats in California, Leonard’s memories keep co…
 
Ike Turner goes deep about getting high, about his myriad marriages and drug busts, and about his tempestuous relationship with ex-wife Tina Turner. Game recognizes game when his path crosses Phil Spector’s, and the two engage in a shady tête-à-tête that ends in arson, narcs, and the SWAT team. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheart…
 
The Rolling Stones’ bad boy guitarist dishes deep on his love for Ronnie Bennett, as well as the lengths he went to in order to keep it a secret from the jealous Phil Spector. In addition to his stories about secret trysts, Keith talks X-rated recording sessions, American cops with itchy trigger fingers, and the wrath of Phil Spector. Learn more ab…
 
Leader of the Ronettes, voice behind “Be My Baby,” and the former wife of Phil Spector, Ronnie Spector peels back the curtain to expose the darker side of one of the most infamous couples of the 1960s. Ronnie’s life with Phil takes a nosedive from rubbing elbows with The Beatles and The Rolling Stones to being held prisoner in her own house. Learn …
 
Phil Spector’s own personal Socrates, Lenny Bruce, reminisces on the unforgettable time he spent with the Tycoon of Teen. Lenny’s tales involve censorship and the long arm of Johnny Law, Frank Zappa and Merv Griffin, and family secrets revealed after late night deli runs. All this and more in the season one premiere of Blood on the Tracks. Learn mo…
 
Tom and I complete our review of Joe Goodden's masterful study of the Beatles' relationship with drugs and the huge impact they had on their lives and careers. Joe also runs the Beatles Bible website, an indispensible source of information on the group, and Tom's podcasts are '2Legs' and 'Talk More Talk' (links to all below)Enjoy!Feedback to glasso…
 
Phil Spector: Murderer. Musical genius. His story is told from the perspective of those who knew him best, his famous so-called friends. Blood On The Tracks is part true crime, part historical fiction, part spoken word lo-fi beat noir brought to you by Jake Brennan, the host of the award winning music and true crime podcast, DISGRACELAND, featuring…
 
Tom Hunyady joins me to review Joe Goodden's wonderful 2017 book detailing the Beatles' relationship with drugs and the huge impact they had on their lives and careers. Joe also runs the Beatles Bible website, an indispensible source of information on the group, and Tom's podcasts are '2Legs' and 'Talk More Talk' (links to all below)Enjoy!Feedback …
 
Eoghan and I complete our look at 1965 in the world of John and The Beatles, taking in such events as the MBE awards, John's 'A Spaniard In The Works', Shea Stadium, the 'Help!' album and film, the Beatles' first attempts at videos, and the magisterial 'Rubber Soul'. There are links to Eoghan's work belowEnjoy!Feedback to glassonionpod@yahoo.comFac…
 
Music writer Eoghan Lyng returns to the show as we look at the year 1965 and John Lennon's part in it. In this part we talk about the year as a whole, including the world events, music and films, and then begin a chronological look at the many and varied Lennon-related activities of another seminal year. You can find links to Eoghan's work belowEnj…
 
Mick Ord and I conclude our discussion of John Lennon in the year 1972 by looking at some of the main events for John and Yoko, including appearances on the David Frost, Mike Douglas and Dick Cavett shows, the release of 'Some Time In New York City' and the famous 'one-to-one' Madison Square Garden concert. Mick's podcast is 'The Baltic Triangle'Th…
 
I'm joined by broadcaster, podcaster and real-life Liverpudlian Mick Ord for the first of a 2-part discussion of John Lennon and the year 1972. This part actually focuses on John pre-1972, the perception of him in the press and in Liverpool, and some of the events, music and films of the year. The second part will focus solely on John's activities …
 
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