Paul goes to Africa with Wings and records his breakthrough album; John splits with Yoko and moves to LA; George goes on tour and gets some less than stellar reviews.
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Solo Beatles: Part VI (Finale)In the final episode of the series, we learn about the music John, Paul, George, and Ringo made in the second half of the 1970’s, as well as the tragic murder of John Lennon in 1980.
Solo Beatles: Part VGeorge tries to recover from Dark Horse, but spends more time in court. Ringo rocks too hard. Paul tours the world. John’s Lost Weekend ends.
Solo Beatles: Part IVPaul goes to Africa with Wings and records his breakthrough album; John splits with Yoko and moves to LA; George goes on tour and gets some less than stellar reviews.
Solo Beatles: Part IIIJohn, George, and Ringo end their relationships with Allen Klein. John becomes an activist. George records his second album. Ringo records his first. Paul starts a new band.
Solo Beatles: Part IIPaul record’s an album that critics don’t care for, Ringo records a hit, George plays a concert for charity, and John writes his best album ever.
Solo Beatles: Part IGeorge Harrison releases his first solo album, an epic triple album called All Things Must Pass. John releases John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band and makes sure everyone knows the Beatles are over.
Special Episode: Pop Goes the SixtiesIn this special episode of Rock Bands Podcast, Jonathan talks with Matt Williamson of the YouTube channel Pop Goes the Sixties about the Beatles, pop culture, and the current state of pop music.
The Beatles: Part XIIThe Beatles break up.
The Beatles: Part XI
48:07The Beatles clash over their association with the infamous Allen Klein. They record an album like the old days, and call it Abbey Road. George wows everyone with his contributions to the album, and John shocked the band with an announcement.
The Beatles: Part X
33:14The Beatles meet at a film studio to rehearse material for a potential live show. A second Beatle leaves the band. They end up recording what becomes the “Let It Be” album.