Ticket to Ride EP 22 Beatles and Motown

Embark on a sonic time-travel with Scott Muni's Ticket to Ride, Episode 22 from 1986, as Motown takes center stage in a musical odyssey. This episode unfolds a tapestry of sound, featuring Gladys Knight and the Pips covering the Beatles' "Let it Be" and delving into the profound influence of Brian Epstein and Barry Gordy on the music industry.

Journey back to Paul McCartney's formative years at the Cavern Club and explore the magical intersection between Motown and the Beatles. Marvel at the soulful voices of the Marvelettes, Mary Wells, Diana Ross, and the Supremes, each leaving an indelible mark on music history. The episode unveils the Beatles' rendition of Smokey Robinson and the Miracles' "You Really Got a Hold on Me," creating a seamless blend of two musical worlds.

As a special treat, George Harrison shares personal tales of his teenage record store escapades, illuminating the roots of his musical discoveries. Episode 22 is a symphony of nostalgia, celebrating the timeless allure of Motown and the Beatles, where iconic artists converge, and musical legacies are forged. Join this enchanting ride through the crossroads of music history, where Motown's magic meets the Fab Four's brilliance.