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check out producer anthony robustelli's original solo work, Videos, and his newest project, The Steely Dan Sessions: Interpretations of Unrealized classics.

With "I Want to Tell You," Anthony Robustelli takes the reader on an incredible journey behind the scenes of some of the world's most iconic music by truly the world's most iconic group, The Beatles. In his in depth,  song-by-song analysis, told as only a musician and die-hard fan can, Robustelli literally peels back the layers of The Beatles' recordings to tell a compelling story of how their music came to be and why it was destined to turn the pop and rock 'n roll music scene on its ear-- not just for the time, but forever.

Despite Steely Dan's popularity, its ability to cultivate an ever-growing base of avid and loyal fans, and its chart positions, relatively little has been written about the group. Steely Dan FAQ clears up some of the many misconceptions about the band and sheds new light on the genius behind the songwriting of Donald Fagen and Walter Becker, the perfection of their productions, and the myriad musicians who have played a role in creating the distinctive Steely Dan sound. Steely Dan FAQ takes us through five decades of cryptic lyrics, sophisticated music, elusive interviews, dramatic interludes, and misconstrued sentiments. The band has sold more than 40 million albums worldwide, was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and has had the majority of its albums certified platinum or double platinum in the U.S., yet the story has not been fully told. Within these pages readers will gain insight into the influences, musicians, situations, and complications that created one of the most distinctive bands in the history of rock and roll.

This radio show/Podcast features stripped down, deconstructed mixes of classic Beatles songs, solo tracks, live cuts, and much more highlighting different instruments and vocals in a way that will truly amaze you. Imagine sitting in the control room at EMI studios and having the opportunity to peel away the layers of a song, discovering new elements that you never knew existed. This is the closest you can get to that experience so sit back, tune in and enjoy The Beatles Multi Track Meltdown on Beatles-A-Rama Sunday nights at 5:00 P.M. PST/ 8:00 P.M. EST and Monday to Friday at 8:00 P.M. PST/ 11:00 EST on Fab4Radio. You can also hear past shows  on Podbean and  ITunes.