Commemorating The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper

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Commemorating The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper

Postby KarenZ » Sat Jun 02, 2007 2:11 pm


There's been much hoopla in the news this past week and I would be remiss by not acknowledging that it was 40 years ago today that The Beatles released what Rolling Stone has ranked the #1 album of all time: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. I remember it well. I had graduated from high school just 7 days earlier... and it was the Summer of Love. The album won 4 Grammys that year - including Album of the Year.

The link below to the Wikipedia article will take you on a musical journey....

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

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Postby paddyinthepub » Wed Jun 20, 2007 11:26 am

Oddly a youth....I used to try and imagine what some of musical heroes - like the beatles - would be doing when they got old. Would they still be doing it when they got older I often wondered?

I bring this up since Paul's new album has just dropped in Starbuck's coffee shops everywhere and while i got really nostalgic about him and his days with the "fab four" and felt thankful he's still around and makin music all these years later - for some reason I can't picture myself laying down the 15 bucks for his new record - which I hear is actually quite good.

Anyone else suffering this dilemma?

Also, if you have heard the new one, kindly add a few words here.
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Postby bonuela » Wed Jun 20, 2007 11:55 am

I just bought Instant Karma, The Amnesty International Campaign To Save Darfur

It is a compilation of John Lennon songs, performed by current artists.

Aerosmith does Give Peace A Chance, U2 performs Instant Karma and Green Day sings Working Class Hero.
I let my music take me where my heart wants to go. ~ Cat Stevens

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