Ending birthright citizenship, undocumented and outspoken, Klaus Voormann’s artwork for The Beatles

October 30, 2018
US President Donald Trump is photographed from behind with his right hand raised speaking to a crowd in the distance.

US President Donald Trump speaks to a crowd before a campaign rally at Southern Illinois Airport in Murphysboro, Illinois, Oct. 27, 2018.

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President Donald Trump says he wants to end birthright citizenship, but he might not have the full authority to do that. Plus, we speak with one of the best-known undocumented immigrants in America — Jose Antonio Vargas. And, you may not recognize the name Klaus Voormann. But some of his artwork is likely familiar, because he worked closely with The Beatles.

Ending birthright citizenship, undocumented and outspoken, Klaus Voormann’s artwork for The Beatles

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October 30, 2018

Music Heard on Air

The songs played between segments during this episode included:

Artist: Underground System
Label: Soul Clap Records
Song: Emojubá
Artist: Muntchako
Label: Tratore
Artist: Bill Frisell
Label: Okeh/Sony Masterworks
Song: Better Thing
Artist: ©© les Freres Smith
Label: CCCC
Artist: George Harrison & Friends
Label: SonyBmg

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Klaus Voormann's long history with The Beatles

Klaus Voormann first met The Beatles when they were a bunch of unknowns playing in Hamburg, Germany. Post-Beatles Voormann played bass with John Lennon and George Harrison. Now, Klaus has an art exhibit in Los Angeles that will include art designs through the years, including the cover art he did for The Beatles 1966 album, "Revolver."

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