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About Goodhelp

Retired rocket scientist and part-time brain surgeon. Ok, I also took some time out (four years!) to serve in the US Navy as a journalist. Continued a radio career in Seattle and southern California. Streaming radio and assorted podcasting keeps me busy. What a strange trip it's been and continues to be!

Why George Harrison Wrote “Wah Wah”

By Goodhelp|2013-09-21T16:30:06+00:00June 20th, 2013|Categories: George Harrison|

Spotlight: George Harrison (1969) “Wah Wah.” In the last years of the Beatles, George was feeling the loss of attention from his “big brother,” John. At this time Yoko claimed most of Lennon’s time and interest. Paul was said to have song arrangements worked out before anyone walked into the studio. All of this frustrated  George, [...]

Happy Birthday, Sir Paul McCartney!

By Goodhelp|2013-09-21T22:30:26+00:00June 17th, 2013|Categories: Paul McCartney|

Yea! It happens to everyone once a year and now (6/18) it’s Paul McCartney’s turn. Happy Birthday, Paul, from all of us at Beatlesarama and friends world-wide! Macca turns 71 while on the road (the “Out There” tour) headlining this year’s Bonnaroo annual four-day music festival in Manchester, Tennessee. He’s also promoting the recent re-release of [...]

Julian Lennon’s New CD; Beatles, Beach Boys Stories

By Goodhelp|2013-09-21T22:51:04+00:00June 16th, 2013|Categories: Rock 'n Roll News|

FAB NEWS: WINGS’ ’76 DVD, JULIAN LENNON‘S FIRST CD IN 15 YRS by Steve Smith Recent DVD and Blu-ray releases include “Rockshow,” the Paul McCartney-directed film of Wings only American tour in 1976. An import we’ve been waiting for is finally available, “Everything Changes,” by Julian Lennon; it’s his first album in 15 years. DAVID CROSBY [...]

Beatles Record: 2.3 Billion Sold!

By Goodhelp|2013-09-21T23:09:33+00:00June 15th, 2013|Categories: Beatles Music|

Beatles Hit Story When Top-40 AM radio ruled the airwaves, singles were programmed hypnotically around the clock. Most artists wanted a #1, but only a few could make it. Album tracks were played on stereo FM stations, ensuring the demise of the previous AM powerhouses. Beginning in 1964, these are the singles and the years the [...]

Paul’s “Blue Sway” Rides The Surf!

By Goodhelp|2013-09-21T23:18:39+00:00June 14th, 2013|Categories: Paul McCartney|

Spotlight: Paul McCartney Two years ago, Beatle Paul released a video to accompany a song he wrote 20 years earlier: “Blue Sway.” Part of the McCartney II sessions, “Blue Sway” was not included on the album’s original release. A music video for the tune was created by award-winning surf filmmaker Jack McCoy and McCartney. To call [...]

Ringo Starr’s In Grammy Show!

By Goodhelp|2013-09-21T23:29:05+00:00June 12th, 2013|Categories: Ringo Starr|

Spotlight: Ringo Starr (2013) We can all explore the life and times of Richard Starkey, aka Beatle Ringo Starr, as a display tours American cities this year! The exhibit depicts all aspects of Starr’s musical and creative life: as a musician, artist, actor, and as the man the world knows and loves simply as ‘Ringo.’ It [...]

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