McEuen’s fascinating new book, “The Life I’ve Picked,” details his storied past and the innovative efforts he’s put forth with notable friends and on his own. Who better then to offer a list of indelible albums that leave a lingering influence?
“Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” film and Original Soundtrack: You’re Gonna Carry That Weight a Long Time
Paddle8 launches auction dedicated to The Beatles and launching today, upon the 50th anniversary of the release of “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.”
The insert tucked inside the landmark gatefold album was crafted by artists Sir Peter Blake and Jann Haworth.
Just when you thought there could be no further interpretations of any Beatles album, along comes rock guitarist Andy Timmons to give it a respectable ride.
Unpublished photos of Elvis, rare concert posters and a variety of Beatles collectibles are all up for grabs at the Hake’s Americana & Collectibles’ auction that closes Thursday, Feb. 3, 2010.
John Lennon’s handwritten lyrics to the final song on the Beatles album “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” were purchased for $1.2 million
by Peter Lindblad — There was something odd about the copy of The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band LP John Tefteller was staring at. The faces were different. Where John, Paul, George and Ringo were supposed to be, others had taken their place.
Now here’s a title to grab one’s attention and get up a lot of people’s noses — and it’s something that author (and Goldmine stalwart) Dave Thompson has been doing effortlessly for years.
In article/All_hell_breaks_loose_1968_in_review_part_II/”>part II of our look back at 1968, we reviewed the troubling historic events that marked that year, and we began to dive into the music that provided the soundtrack for life after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. In this installment, we take a closer look at the albums that marked the year, from the then-dismissed (but now oft-revered) Village Green Preservation Society by The Kinks, to the heartbreak and betrayal Jeff Beck felt over Led Zeppelin I.