“Alice in Wonderland,” “King Lear,” and the death of a close one all contributed to this trippy classic.
CultureSonar’s go-to Beatles expert tells us about his four films — now available on DVD and Streaming — exploring four landmark Fab Four albums.
Now available for pre-order! These four fascinating films are as close as you can get to being in the studio with The Beatles. Acclaimed “Beatle-ologist” Scott Freiman goes deep inside the creative process behind four landmark Beatles albums: Sgt. Pepper, Revolver, Rubber Soul, and The Beatles (a.k.a. The White Album). In thoroughly engaging — and often surprising — ways, Scott guides you, step by step, through the evolution of each album. Consider it your Master Class in The Beatles.
“Rubber Soul” was a race against the clock, as The Beatles had only 30 days to write, record and mix an album — from scratch! That the result was a masterpiece makes the story even more remarkable. The latest film in the “Deconstructing The Beatles” series tells the tale.
The Beatles had “big ears” that were open to influences from all sorts of music — and it showed on their very first single. They were the first in Rock n’ Roll (we think) to use chord changes that later appeared everywhere.