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Alternative Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band MP3 CD Download USB

Alternative Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band MP3 CD Download USB
Alternative Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band MP3 CD Download USB
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Contents:

01 - John Lennon Intro (BBC - Where It's At)

02 - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (with Reprise)

03 - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Take 10)

04 - With A Little Help From My Friends (Applause Intro)

05 - With A Little Help From My Friends (Atmosphere Intro)

06 - With A Little Help From My Friends

07 - With A Little Help From My Friends (Take 11)

08 - Kenny Everett Segue From With A Little Help From My Friends (BBC - Where It's At)

09 - Kenny Everett w John Intro To Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite (BBC - Where It's At)

10 - Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite #1

11 - Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite #2 (Takes 1-2)

12 - Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite #3 (Take 7)

13 - Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite #4 (Take 7 Fragment)

14 - Being For The Benefit of Mr. Kite (Take 9)

15 - Only A Northern Song

16 - Only A Northern Song (Edited, Takes 3,11,12 #1)

17 - Only A Northern Song (Edited, Takes 3,11, 12 #2)

18 - Kenny Everett Segues For Fixing A Hole (BBC Where It's At)

19 - Fixing A Hole

20 - Fixing A Hole (Take 3]

21 - Kenny Everett w Ringo & John - Intro To Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (BBB - Where It's At)

22 - Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (John's Explanation)

23 - Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds #1

24 - Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds #2

25 - Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (Take 8)

26 - Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds #3 (Edited, Takes 6-8)

27 - Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds #4

28 - Kenny Everett w Ringo - Story Behind Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (BBB - Where It's At)

29 - Kenny Everett w Paul Segues For Getting Better (BBC - Where It's At)

30 - Getting Better

31 - Getting Better (Take 15)

32 - Kenny Everett w Paul Segue Into She's Leaving Home (BBC - Where It's At)

33 - She's Leaving Home

34 - She's Leaving Home (Take 9)

35 - Kenny Everett Segue From She's Leaving Home (BBC - Where It's At)

36 - Strawberry Fields Forever #1

37 - Strawberry Fields Forever #2

38 - Penny Lane (John's Explanation)

39 - Penny Lane #1

40 - Penny Lane #2

41 - Foolin' Around

42 - Brian Matthew Interview w John and Paul (BBC - Top of the Pops)

43 - Within You Without You #1 (Instrumental)

44 - Within You Without You #2

45 - Within You Without You (Take 2)

46 - Kenny Everett Segues To When I'm Sixty-Four (BBC - Where It's At)

47 - When I'm Sixty-Four

48 - When I'm Sixty-Four (Take 4)

49 - Kenny Everett Intro To Lovely Rita (BBC - Where It's At)

50 - Lovely Rita

51 - Lovely Rita (Take 11)

52 - Kenny Everett Segue From Lovely Rita (BBC - Where It's At)

53 - Kenny Everett w Paul Segues For Good Morning Good Morning, Show Credits (BBC - Where It's At)

54 - Good Morning Good Morning (Home Demo)

55 - Good Morning Good Morning #1 (Take 8)

56 - Good Morning Good Morning #2

57 - Good Morning Good Morning #3 (Take 11)

58 - Good Morning Good Morning (Animal Sound Effects)

59 - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)

60 - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise) (Take 5)

61 - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise) (Take 9)

62 - A Day In The Life (John's Explanation)

63 - A Day In The Life #1

64 - A Day In The Life #2

65 - A Day In The Life #3 (Edited, Takes 1 & 2)

66 - A Day In The Life #4 (Take 6)

67 - A Day In The Life #5 (Take 7 #1)

68 - A Day In The Life (Take 7 Fragments)

69 - A Day In The Life (Take 7 Fragment)

70 - A Day In The Life (''Orgasm Of Sound'')

71 - A Day In The Life #6 (Take 7 #2)

72 - LP End - Inner Groove Loop (Take 1)


On May 26, 1967, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band was released in the UK; it was released one week later in the US on June 2, 1967. It is the eighth studio album by the English rock band the Beatles. It spent 27 weeks at number one on the UK Albums Chart and 15 weeks at number one in the US. It was lauded by critics for its innovations in production, songwriting and graphic design, for bridging a cultural divide between popular music and high art, and for providing a musical representation of its generation and the contemporary counterculture. It won four Grammy Awards in 1968, including Album of the Year, the first rock LP to receive this honour. In August 1966, the Beatles permanently retired from touring and began a three-month holiday. During a return flight to London in November, Paul McCartney had an idea for a song involving an Edwardian military band that formed the impetus of the Sgt. Pepper concept. Sessions began on 24 November in Abbey Road Studio Two with two compositions inspired by the Beatles' youth, "Strawberry Fields Forever" and "Penny Lane", but after pressure from EMI, the songs were released as a double A-side single and not included on the album. In February 1967, after recording the title track "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band", McCartney suggested that the Beatles should release an entire album representing a performance by the fictional Sgt. Pepper band. This alter ego group would give them the freedom to experiment musically. During the recording sessions, the band furthered the technological progression they had made with their 1966 album Revolver. Knowing they would not have to perform the tracks live, they adopted an experimental approach to composition and recording on songs such as "With a Little Help from My Friends", "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" and "A Day in the Life". Producer George Martin and engineer Geoff Emerick helped realise the group's ideas by approaching the studio as an instrument, applying orchestral overdubs, sound effects and other methods of tape manipulation. Recording was completed on 21 April 1967. The cover, depicting the Beatles posing in front of a tableau of celebrities and historical figures, was designed by the British pop artists Peter Blake and Jann Haworth. Sgt. Pepper is regarded by musicologists as an early concept album that advanced the use of extended form in popular music while continuing the artistic maturation seen on the Beatles' preceding releases. It is described as one of the first art rock LPs, aiding the development of progressive rock, and is credited with marking the beginning of the album era. An important work of British psychedelia, the album incorporates a range of stylistic influences, including vaudeville, circus, music hall, avant-garde, and Western and Indian classical music. In 2003, the Library of Congress placed Sgt. Pepper in the National Recording Registry as "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". That year, Rolling Stone ranked it number one in its list of the "500 Greatest Albums of All Time". As of 2011, it has sold more than 32 million copies worldwide, making it one of the best-selling albums. Professor Kevin J. Dettmar, writing in the Oxford Encyclopedia of British Literature, described it as "the most important and influential rock and roll album ever recorded"