Deconstructing The Beatles: The Series So Far

Deconstructing Beatles

In 2017, CultureSonar released the first four DVDs in its Deconstructing The Beatles series.  This quartet of playfully informative lecture-demos features Beatles authority Scott Freiman and looks at the personalities, influences, and creative processes behind Revolver, Rubber Soul, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, and The White Album. Based on the enthusiastic response to these initial DVDs, CultureSonar soon released Chords and Progressions, where Freiman focuses on the harmonic and melodic techniques used by the Fab Four. Missed one of the videos? Check out these enticing trailers.

Deconstructing Revolver Trailer (Buy Now)

Deconstructing Rubber Soul Trailer (Buy Now)

Deconstructing Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band Trailer (Buy Now)

Deconstructing The White Album Trailer (Buy Now)

Chords and Progressions Trailer (Buy Now)

Photo Credit: Singing Beatles circa 1963 by Fox Photos courtesy of Getty Images

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3 comments on “Deconstructing The Beatles: The Series So Far

  1. I got my 4-DVD set of “Deconstructing The Beatles” as a Mothers’ Day gift. The very best gift one could hope for. I watched each one with awe as I learned so many details on how the Beatles made each album as Scott Freiman walked me through each one of them. Learning who played each instrument in ” In My Life” was such a lovely surprise, as was everything else.

    Scott Freiman, you rock! Showing us the connection between Beatles and their peers and with what was going on in the world at that time was ingenious. I hope you will do the same with each one of the Beatles’ albums. We will be waiting impatiently.

  2. Nancy Miller

    As a life long Beatles fan (ok, I was 8 when they hit the US), I find this series full of information I didn’t know. It’s so refreshing to hear about the actual music process. We knew they evolved; now we know HOW.

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