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rubber soul

From Zero-to-Masterpiece in 30 Days

“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.

ps i love you

The Surprising, Lasting Influence of “P.S. I Love You”

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.

beatles liverpool stories

50th Anniversary Release of “Sgt. Pepper” Will Include Unreleased Album “Liverpool Stories”

Beatles enthusiasts rejoice! Early versions of “Sgt. Pepper” songs and new Fab Four tracks have been discovered…

the zombies

Take an “Odessey” With The Zombies

This 1968 masterpiece – recorded at Abbey Road Studios – is more than just the big hit “Time of the Season.” It shows just how deep Zombies really were. If you only know the hits, you need to check this out.

sgt pepper

Toilet Paper, an Echo Chamber, a Giant Harmonica and Other “Sgt. Pepper” Quirks

In August, 1966, the Beatles played their final concert (at Candlestick Park near San Francisco). They had decided to stop touring – and no one knew how to be a band without playing gigs. After that last show, George Harrison said, “Well, I guess I’m