It’s back to the groovy, wavy-gravy, fab and gear late-sixties–specifically the year 1968–on tonight’s time travel-esque episode of Ken Michaels’ Every Little Thing, airing at 9 pm ET.
Ken hits the Fab Four spot right out of the box with six group and solo tunes, beginning with an early take of George Harrison’s “My Sweet Lord” and ending with “Young Boy,” a song that Paul McCartney wrote while waiting for Linda to finish whipping up lunch for a feature for the New York Times. Segment two presents a love songs two-fer and a politically-charged tune from John Lennon, “Bring on the Lucie (Freeda People).”
Have a seat in your very own Fab Four Wayback Machine as Ken spins, in his third, thematic segment, five songs from 1968, including Mary Hopkin’s “Those Were the Days,” produced by Paul McCartney; and the Fabs “Happiness is a Warm Gun.” Nice!
Don’t forget to stay tuned for Ken’s weekly Beatles trivia question–and the answer! Put on your groovy thinking cap and see how much you know about your favored Fabs! Set your alarm clocks for 9 pm ET tonight. This is gonna be a good one!
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