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How Music Changed - 2012 Shows

After the contentious ‘White Album’ sessions, and the disastrous ’Get Back’ sessions, the Beatles essentially ceased to exist as a band. Virtually all work ...read more


Apparently, John wasn’t the only ‘weird’ Beatle. I fear this show may pan out to be one of the least popular shows in the Beatles series, as musically, it ...read more


The initial result of the ‘Get Back’ sessions was the realization that the Beatles ceased to exist as a cohesive unit. The band couldn’t stand to listen to ...read more


Most of the music derived from the ‘Get Back’ sessions was meandering, directionless, and uninspired, so it is no wonder that the Beatles chose to push the ...read more


For all the attention paid to the contentious atmosphere, and all of the existing evidence of lousy musicianship, the Beatles nonetheless managed to cobble ...read more


…and you thought 1968 was bad. The Beatles reconvened in early 1969, only weeks after completing the horribly contentious ‘White Album’ sessions with a ...read more


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 ...read 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 ...read 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 ...read 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 ...read more


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