The Beatles may not have made it to Woodstock, but their impact was everywhere. Especially for those a little too young to be at the festival.
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“Magical Mystery Tour” was a rare misstep by the Beatles. But the music saved the project from becoming a total bust. Here’s how it went down.
“Sgt. Pepper’s” is oft credited as the first concept album. Truth be told, Mothers of Invention’s “Freak Out” predates it by a year. That doesn’t matter.
George Burns, Aerosmith, and Earth, Wind & Fire are three compelling reasons this almost-universally panned movie deserves another look 40 years later.