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S1 E3 · Cool For Cats: A Squeeze Podcast
Conversation: Kit O'Toole and 'Singles - 45's and Under'
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The iconic Squeeze album ‘Singles - 45s and Under’ - gets the Cool For Cats treatment, as I welcome Dr. Kit O’Toole for a hearty discussion on this fan fave. While this release came out in 1982 and covered only a 4-year span, for anyone who wants to get their feet wet in the discovery of the band’s ‘greatest hits,’ this album is for you. Kit and I jump into how and when she discovered this release, make our case with a track-by-track analysis, delve into the often overused comparison to Lennon-McCartney and find that while these songs represent only a fractional timespan in Squeeze history, it’s a conversation that is timely and timeless for anyone who considers themselves a dedicated follower of Squeeze. Kit is a co-host for ‘Talk More Talk: A Solo Beatles Videocast’ on Facebook and at and her most recent book is co-authored with Ken Womack ‘Fandom and The Beatles: The Act You’ve Known For All These Years.’  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.