The Aftershow: Andrew Loog Oldham

James Hanley

Once a publicist for The Beatles, Andrew Loog Oldham managed The Rolling Stones and launched Immediate Records, one of the UK’s first indie labels. Now based in Colombia, he has returned to the public eye with his new Sounds And Vision ‘podchat’. Here, he reflects on a career for the ages…

I worked for The Beatles...

“Between January and April of 1963. I was having lunch in London a few weeks ago for the first time in 10 years, boy ...

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