Why The Beatles Didn't Think 'Sgt. Pepper's' Was Their Best Work  Showbiz Cheat Sheet

While critics often rank 'Sgt. Pepper's' as the Fab Four's greatest work, at least 2 Beatles disagreed with that take.

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While critics often rank 'Sgt. Pepper's' as the Fab Four's greatest work, at least 2 Beatles disagreed with that take.While critics often rank 'Sgt. Pepper's' as the Fab Four's greatest work, at least 2 Beatles disagreed with that take.

Why The Beatles Didn't Think 'Sgt. Pepper's' Was Their Best Work

A new tape recording revealed by a renowned Beatles historian has uncovered that the iconic band were planning to release another album foll...A new tape recording revealed by a renowned Beatles historian has uncovered that the iconic band were planning to release another album foll...

The Beatles Had Planned Another Album After 'Abbey Road'

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Newly discovered Beatles tape reveals unhappy tensions between Paul McCartney and George Harrison after 'Abbey Road'.Newly discovered Beatles tape reveals unhappy tensions between Paul McCartney and George Harrison after 'Abbey Road'.

Paul McCartney thought Beatles bandmate George Harrison's songs before 'Abbey Road' "weren’t that good"

Giles Martin, Ringo Starr and more about the making of the Beatles 'Abbey Road' and the remix set for release on September 27, a day after the 50th anniversary of the album's U.K. release.Giles Martin reveals details of the 50th-anniversary box-set remix of the Beatles' 'Abbey Road,' due Sept. 27

Behind the Beatles' 'Abbey Road' 50th-anniversary remix - Los Angeles Times

“New audio reveals John Lennon wanted to proceed with the Beatles post-Abbey Road w/ George Harrison given equal space on each album. Four songs each for John, Paul, and George, two songs for Ringo, “if he wants them.” Let the playlists begin! https://t.co/a9mJs7cGF8”

Ted Genoways on Twitter: "New audio reveals John Lennon wanted to proceed with the Beatles post-Abbey Road w/ George Harrison given equal space on each album. Four songs each for John, Paul, and George, two songs for Ringo, “if he wants them.” Let the playlists begin! https://t.co/a9mJs7cGF8"

“If, like me, you're something of a Beatles obsessive you'll probably enjoy the @IAmTheEggPod podcast. Loved listening to @matteveritt's moving discussion of Rubber Soul this am, but - oh boy - I can't agree with the show's opinion of Plastic Ono Band. It's Lennon's best solo LP!”

Graham Cluley on Twitter: "If, like me, you're something of a Beatles obsessive you'll probably enjoy the @IAmTheEggPod podcast. Loved listening to @matteveritt's moving discussion of Rubber Soul this am, but - oh boy - I can't agree with the show's opinion of Plastic Ono Band. It's Lennon's best solo LP!"

“Favourite Beatles in order: Joint First: George Harrison, Paul McCartney, John Lennon. Last: Ringo Starr.”

Amanda Abbington on Twitter: "Favourite Beatles in order: Joint First: George Harrison, Paul McCartney, John Lennon. Last: Ringo Starr."

Conventional wisdom suggests the Beatles made 1969's Abbey Road as a sort of goodbye present to their fans, that they set aside their considerable differencesConventional wisdom suggests the Beatles made 1969's Abbey Road as a sort of goodbye present to their fans, that they set aside their considerable differences and buckled down to make one last masterpiece. Supposedly they knew they'd be breaking up soon and wanted to go out on a high note. Beatles historian Mark Lewisohn suggests otherwise. Lewisohn has a reputation for knowing the Beatles' history in such painstaking detail that he can tell you what each member was doing on a given day in the 1960s. He has funneled much of that information into Hornsey Road, a new stage show coming to London this month. In the show, Lewisohn reportedly uses tape, film, photographs, new audio mixes, and his own vault of memorabilia and anecdotes to tell the story of Abbey Road. But as a new Guardian feature about Hornsey Road reveals, Abbey Road was not always destined to become the Beatles' final album. Among Lewisohn's possessions is a tape recording John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and George Harrison

The Beatles Were Planning More Albums After 'Abbey Road': Report - Stereogum

Queen legend Brian May had a new interview with Classic Rock Magazine and shared his open letter which praises and shows his respect to late The Beatles icon,Queen legend Brian May had a new interview with Classic Rock Magazine and shared his open letter which praises and shows his respect to late The Beatles icon, John Lennon. While titling the letter,

Queen's Brian May Reveals His Real Thoughts On Jonh Lennon For The First Time Ever

Mark Lewisohn shared an unearthed recording where the Beatles discussed a follow-up to 'Abbey Road' in September 2019.Mark Lewisohn shared an unearthed recording where the Beatles discussed a follow-up to 'Abbey Road' in September 2019.

After decades of received wisdom, and varied statements from the Fab Four themselves over the years, a new tape recording of a Beatles’ meeting circa 1969 has shed light on the band’s plans at the dawn of the 1970s. And they’re not what many would expect… As any Beatles’ fan will tell you, the band’s […]

New tape reveals truth behind The Beatles' final album - MusicTech

'I wasn't allowed to go to see The Beatles in concert when I was a kid,' the Queen guitarist wrote.'I wasn't allowed to go to see The Beatles in concert when I was a kid,' the Queen guitarist wrote.

Brian May: Why I Love John Lennon | Music News @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com

Rock historian Mark Lewisohn gave The Guardian access to the tape, which was recorded 50 years ago this week.Rock historian Mark Lewisohn gave The Guardian access to the tape, which was recorded 50 years ago this week.

Uncovered Beatles audio tape proves band had another album planned - INSIDER

LONDON (CelebrityAccess) -- A new tape recording has shed light into the final days of The Beatles, suggesting that the generally accepted history of theLONDON (CelebrityAccess) -- A new tape recording has shed light into the final days of The Beatles, suggesting that the generally accepted history of the iconic band's dissolution may not be accurate. Most Beatles fans point

A New Tape Recording Sheds Light On he Final Days Of The Beatles - CelebrityAccess

Could the Beatles have recorded more albums after 'Abbey Road'? A newly unearthed recording suggests John, Paul, George and Ringo had more planned."The End" almost wasn't actually the end.

What Was the Beatles Last Album? New Tape Suggests Another Planned After 'Abbey Road' | Fatherly

In one of The Beatles' final meetings, Lennon insists George Harrison get an equal number of songs on the next album. | iHeartRadioIn one of The Beatles' final meetings, Lennon insists George Harrison get an equal number of songs on the next album. | iHeartRadio

Tapes recently discovered show that the Fab Four had plans for an Abbey Road follow-up and a potential Christmastime single release.Tapes recently discovered show that the Fab Four had plans for an Abbey Road follow-up and a potential Christmastime single release.

Beatles Had Plans for Abbey Road Follow-Up - InsideHook