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Now is the time to say “Good night”. We’ve been focusing on the ‘White’ album for a long time now. Counting the shows that were dedicated to the more

It may not be a big deal to casual fans, but the mono mix of “The Beatles” (aka the ‘White Album’) is relatively rare. It was never released for more

It soon became all too common, but back in 1968, double albums were a rarity. Popular examples of double albums that precede “The Beatles” include Dylan’s more

When “The Beatles” (aka ‘The White Album’) first appeared, some critics (including their producer, George Martin) grumbled that the album was too long, and more

After the longest break between album releases in their career, The Beatles finally emerged with new product. The band’s last full-length album of all new more

When we started this project, we announced our intention to play every officially released track put out by the Beatles. That meant every album and every more

By late 1968, it seems as though everything that Beatles were doing, together or apart, was taken to extremes. “Hey Jude”, their new single was more

Last show, we took an in-depth look at the sessions that preceded the release of the Beatles’ “White Album.” In-depth analysis of these sessions puts that more

I love “The White Album”, as it is usually referred to. Most of the time, I feel as though it is my favorite Beatles album, and the one I would recommend more

The late ‘60s are often romanticized as a period of intense creativity, particularly in the field of popular music but given the chance, I don’t think I more

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