Guitar legend, multi-instrumentalist and bandleader of Conan’s Basic Cable Band - Jimmy Vivino - returns to the show for #BeatlesMonth.
I caught up with Jimmy last week to talk about the Fab Faux, in which he and a handful of other impeccable Beatles obsessed musicians recreate the licks and intricacies of the great band of all time’s song catalogue, and why the Beatles legacy has lasted so long, but first we kicked off comparing notes on the recently release 50th Anniversary version of Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, which features new stereo mixes of the album by Giles Martin, son of the album’s original legendary producer George Martin.
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