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THE BEATLES: “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” | Album Reviews | Pitchfork

Alternate photo cover The Beatles Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band EMI; 1967/2009 By Scott Plagenhoef; September 9, 2009 Finally free of touring, the Beatles next sought to be free of themselves, hitting on the rather daft concept of recording as an … Continue reading

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THE BEACH BOYS: ‘Smiley Smile’ / ‘Wild Honey’ | Album Reviews | Pitchfork

The Beach Boys Smiley Smile Capitol; 2001 By Spencer Owen; March 29, 2001 In the mid-60’s, Brian Wilson declared a race to the next major development in record production techniques. Everything looked good in Wilson’s Beach Boys camp. He’d just produced one … Continue reading

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THE BEACH BOYS: 15 Facts About ‘Pet Sounds’ | Mental Floss

Brian Wilson and The Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds forever changed the landscape of pop music. It’s a deeply personal album, and Wilson’s meticulously complex and bizarre arrangements elevated the three-minute radio tune to art. The story of how Pet Sounds … Continue reading

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Led Zeppelin: Breaking down Communication – Part I…

Retrospectively, we always appear to relate certain shades of sixties pop culture to a type of ‘monochrome’ reflection. Having knowledge of the development of photographic and televisual images during this period can only slightly began to mix a little colour into these ‘colourless saturations’ of musings. It’s all relative … Continue reading

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