An interesting look at contemporary bands attempting to reproduce songs from the Sgt Pepper album as faithfully as possible. The recording engineer of the Beatles, Geoff Emerick, was apparently in charge of the project. The object was to attempt to faithfully replicate some of the songs using various bands of today using old style recorders, mixers, etc. The video shows highlights of the project. The results are very impressive, and various band members indicate how much of a challenge it was to try to do this. I think the bottom line is that the Beatles were truly unique and pioneered so many new techniques in contemporary music. The video is almost an hour long.
...Strawberry fields. Nothing is real. And nothing to get hung about...
Oct 10, 2013 11:34:23 GMT -5
KnightBus: What exactly, in your opinion, makes that channel great?
Nov 14, 2013 18:23:26 GMT -5
Illuminati Headquarters: I guess we pretty much won. Extra bonus payment for everyone.
Apr 28, 2014 21:25:47 GMT -5
chantal: HELP! I distinctly remember seeing an animated GIF in someone's signature, of Paul saying "stupid". I'd like to nick that one for my Beatles GIFs Pinterest board. Where can I find it?
Mar 28, 2015 13:13:08 GMT -5
KnightBus: Was it dakudos avatar?
Oct 21, 2016 23:40:22 GMT -5
aieahaole48: LOVE YOUR HUMOR RE THE PAUL/'FAUL' ISSUE! First time I've laughed out loud since I was widowed in 2012. YES, the pic of Paul with the black woman was from '66, during the Beatles U.S. tour - she was one of the Ronettes, one of the opening acts.
Jan 20, 2017 0:59:12 GMT -5
KnightBus: A humble shout to all those of you who've been in the funhouse and to those who were. I really appreciate all the picture hunting and research you've done and you as a great community, also on various groups on Facebook.
Mar 5, 2017 5:25:39 GMT -5
nowhereman1: Is anybody up in this?
Aug 25, 2018 18:57:06 GMT -5