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Rock
Performer: The Beatles
Title: Inside Sgt. Pepper (Part One)
Style: Rock & Roll
Year 2004
Country Europe
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 287
MP3 size: 1367 mb
FLAC size: 1842 mb
WMA size: 1820 mb
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The Beatles - Inside Sgt. Pepper (Part One) download album


Part 1 Of my in depth Analysis of The Beatles Album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.

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Inside the Making of ‘Sgt. In 1967, the Beatles were at a crossroads - they quit touring, experimented with drugs and set out to change rock & roll forever. Just the same, the pairing worked beautifully: The two songs were flip-sided memories – one haunted, the other wistful – of a time and place left behind, and for years a myth persisted that the Beatles had intended this new album as an autobiographical exploration of their postwar Liverpool youth. McCartney later disavowed the rumor: There wasn’t any conscious we’mber-our-childhood, he told Mojo in 1995. The album exemplifies that moment because Sgt. Pepper is also the story of the season in which the Beatles depicted a place they would not go beyond. Neither would anybody else.

Inside each side of the wallet were other surprises, a card featuring various cut-outs and in the initial pressings at least, the paper inner sleeve bore a psychedelic design. In the Britain the album hit number and between June, 1967 and February, 1968 spent a total of 27 weeks at the top during an initial chart run of 148 weeks. Pepper' is Paul's baby from start-to-finish. It is a masterpiece, just a lesser one in comparison to the Beatles' other masterpieces (again, just my take on it). Two more big plusses: Ringo gives us his all-time best Beatles vocal performance on "With a Little Help from My Friends", and that final, smashing E piano chord will still send shivers up your spine. Erik Steevens 28 Dec 2015. i just bought the remastered versions of Sgt.

The idea held for all of two songs, one coda, and one album sleeve, but was retained as the central organizing and marketing feature of the band’s 1967 album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.

Like the album cover itself, The Beatles’ Sgt Pepper costumes would become some of the most iconic band outfits ever, instantly recognisable and forever woven into the fabric of our culture. The famous Sgt Pepper drum skin shows one of two designs by Joe Ephgrave, a fairground artist. His second design used more modern lettering and was attached to the other side of the bass drum, giving the group two options during the photo shoot.

On 1 June 1967, The Beatles released Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, their eighth studio album and perhaps their most iconic. Sgt. Pepper, Paul McCartney’s original concept made real by pop artist Peter Blake and his wife Jann Haworth, went on to win a Grammy for Best Album Cover. It cost almost 50 times more to create the cover than that of a regular LP at the time. On its 50th anniversary we look at the making of this ground-breaking album by one of the most famous and critically acclaimed rock bands of all time.

The Beatles' eighth UK album caused a seismic shift in popular music. Recorded in over 400 hours during a 129-day period, Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band helped define the 1967 Summer of Love, and was instantly recognised as a major leap forward for modern music. The mood of the album was in the spirit of the age, because we ourselves were fitting into the mood of the time. The idea wasn't to do anything to cater for that mood – we happened to be in that mood anyway.

It was 50 years ago today that Sgt Pepper taught the band to play. Without the horn fanfare in the middle or the audience’s cheers and laughter, this version sounds pretty stripped back – and it features some trippy voices echoing around towards the end ( I feel it, I feel it, oh baby now I feel i. otta be free now ).

Tracklist

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band (From "The 1997 Making Of Sgt. Pepper")
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band (Rough Mix With Applause / Crow Noise)
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band (Rough Mix Without Applause / Crow Noise)
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band (Backing Track)
Create Your Own Mix From The Original 4-Track Master Tapes:
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band (Rythm Guitars, Bass, Drums)
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band (Lead Guitar, French Horns)
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band (Lead & Backing Vocals)
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band (Crowd Noise / Applause)
With A Little Help From My Friends (Rough Mix)
With A Little Help From My Friends ((Backing Track)
With A Little Help From My Friends (Just The Vocals)
Create Your Own Mix From The Original 4-Track Master Tapes:
With A Little Help From My Friends (Guitars, Drums, Piano)
With A Little Help From My Friends (Lead & Backing Vocals)
With A Little Help From My Friends (More Backing Vocals)
With A Little Help From My Friends (Bass & Percussion)
Bonus Track:
Come And Get It (Take 5)

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PEP-1 The Beatles Inside Sgt. Pepper (Part One) ‎(CD, Unofficial) Not On Label (The Beatles) PEP-1 Europe 2004
PEP-1 The Beatles Inside Sgt. Pepper (Part One) ‎(CD, Ltd, Unofficial, Dig) Not On Label (The Beatles) PEP-1 Europe 2007