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Hola, Sneakers. Welcome to Episode 444, which is one hundred and eleven more exciting then Episode 333! This week: Off-season awards; Dave’s controversial tweets; acceptance; unfunny groove; our Return of the King; Peter Jackson ruined;
Hola, Sneakers! Welcome to Episode 410 of the podcast that never ends. This week: name change; let’s get to the bottom of this; nervous making; pet guilt; winter is coming; comediennes; Phyllis Diller and her unsupportive husband; Batma
Hello, fellow music fanatics, and welcome to Episode 24 of our little podcast in which we celebrate mixtapes and all the wonderful music that has found its way onto those precious cassettes. This week Mary returns as host to bring you s
Well, Beatles fans, this is it: the final episode of Compleatly Beatles. We have to say we’re a little bit sad, but also pretty proud of this series. We know some of you wanted us to keep the show going into the solo albums, but we felt like th
Hello, Beatle fans. On this episode of Compeatly Beatles, Ian and Dave take a look at all the Beatles films: A Hard Day’s Night, Help!, Magical Mystery Tour, Yellow Submarine and Let It Be. As usual, there is lots of background and history, but
It’s the end of the road (see what I did there?) for Compleatly Beatles‘ look at all the Beatles’ albums – song by song, album by album. We did it! We hope you enjoyed this journey from Please Please Me – an album recorded in one day – to Abbey
On this episode of Compleatly Beatles, Ian and Dave take a look at Get Back/Let It Be, the Beatles most turbulent album, recorded at a particularly unhappy time for the band – George Harrison himself called the recording sessions “hell”. There
Well, everyone, it seems like it’s time to take a look at the red-headed stepchild of the Beatles’ catalogue and give a quick once over before we move on to more important albums, but Dave says not so fast. He thinks it’s time we re-evaluated t
Welcome to the second half  of our coverage of The Beatles (also known as The White Album). Any of you listeners out there who asked for even longer shows, this one is for YOU! For anyone who didn’t want the show to get any more bloated than it
On this episode of Compleatly Beatles, Ian and Dave discuss the first two sides of the Beatles only double album, The Beatles (aka The White Album. They also discuss the first of two singles released before The Beatles, “Lady Madonna” and its b
This week on Compleatly Beatles, Sneaky Dragon’s Ian Boothby and David Dedrick join The Beatles at the height of their psychedelia and go on a Magical Mystery Tour. Join them as they discuss the songs, the stories behind the songs and a little
This is it! The jewel in the Beatles crown; the ne plus ultra of pop music. There will never be another quite album like Sgt. Pepper’s and Ian and Dave are all over it. Songs are discussed; production is explained; and trivia is thrown around l
Here is the episode Dave was waiting for: Revolver – his favourite album by The Beatles! The Beatles take a giant step into the musical pantheon with one of the most imaginative, innovative and important albums ever made – not to mention one of
This week on Compeatly Beatles, we look at the fantastic 1965 album Rubber Soul as well as the first double A-sided single “Day Tripper” and “We Can Work It Out”. It’s another long episode, but there’s just so darn much to talk about as the Bea
Join Ian Boothby and David Dedrick from the Sneaky Dragon podcast for a -sometimes humorous – look at The Beatles’ album Help!. They had lots to say about the album this week – some criticism and some praise – and Dave gives a quick overview of
On this episode of Compleatly Beatles, Ian and Dave take a look at the very underrated Beatles’ album Beatles for Sale and their revolutionary single, “I Feel Fine” b/w “She’s a Woman”. After the little masterpiece that is A Hard Day’s Night, T
This week we’re joined by David’s cousin Jason Dedrick to talk Beatles, Beatles, Beatles! And this week there was much to discuss: the single I Want to Hold Your Hand and its B-side This Boy, the album A Hard Day’s Night and the only EP to cont
  This week, Sneaky Dragon’s Ian Boothby and David Dedrick look at the Beatles second album, Please Please Me, as well as their third and fourth singles, “From Me to You” and “She Loves You”. Ian finds his own narrative on the LP; David gives G
Here is a new podcast we hope fans of Sneaky Dragon will enjoy. We seem to spend a lot of time discussing the Beatles on the show – we all know that Dave is a super-fan – so we thought we’d spend some time discussing each album – in order – and
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