|"Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"|
|1||Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band|
|2||With A Little Help From My Friends|
|3||Being For The Benfit Of Mr. Kite|
|4||Fixing A Hole|
|5||Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds|
|7||She's Leaving Home|
|8||Within You, Without You|
|9||When I'm Sixty-Four|
|11||Good Morning, Good Morning|
|12||Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)|
|13||A Day In The Life|
|"Magical Mystery Tour"|
|14||Magical Mystery Tour|
|15||The Fool On The Hill|
|17||Blue Jay Way|
|18||Your Mother Should Know|
|19||I Am The Walrus|
|21||Strawberry Fields Forever|
|23||Baby You're A Rich Man|
|24||All You Need Is Love|
|35||I`ll Be Back|
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Magical Mystery Tour" is a song by the Beatles, the opening track and theme song for the album, double EP and TV film of the same name . Recording began on 25 April 1967, less than a week after the final sessions for Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. The song was not complete when the session began and much of the evening was spent in rehearsals, but by the end of the evening the basic rhythm track was complete. Bass guitar and vocal overdubs were added by the Beatles on 26 and 27 April. On 3 May, the brass fanfare and other parts were added in a disorganised session where the trumpet players began the evening without a score.
Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is a double album produced by George Martin, featuring covers of songs by the Beatles. It was released in July 1978, as the soundtrack to the film Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, which starred the Bee Gees, Peter Frampton and Steve Martin. The project was managed by the Robert Stigwood Organisation (RSO)
Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, originally released 50 years ago on June 1st, 1967, in England, and the following day in the . The new Pepper comes in various packages: single and double CDs, a deluxe box of four CDs and two DVDs (containing videos and . surround mixes of the original album), as well as a. double LP that, like most versions here, includes several of the album’s original developing and alternate tracks. The Beatles had already done a lot to make that change possible, but Sgt. Pepper – coming along at a time when many thought the Beatles superfluous, in the face of other new adventurous bands and records – crystallized it all. Langdon Winner later wrote in The Rolling Stone Illustrated History of Rock & Roll: For a brief while, the irreparable fragmented consciousness of the West was unified, at least in the minds of the young.
Newly mixed from the original four-track tapes, most of the material is previously unreleased. Also contains the original 1967 mono mix of the album and bonus tracks including three previously unreleased mixes. 14. A Day In The Life (The Last Chord). 15. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Take 1 - Instrumental). 16. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Take 9 And Speech). 17. Good Morning Good Morning (Take 1 - Instrumental, Breakdown).
Then, ‘Lonely Hearts Club’, that’s a good one. There’s lot of those about, the equivalent of a dating agency now. I just strung those together rather in the way that you might string together Dr Hook and the Medicine Show. All that culture of the sixties going back to those travelling medicine men, Gypsies, it echoed back to the previous century really. I just fantasised, well, ‘Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’. That’d be crazy enough because why would a Lonely Hearts Club have a band? If it had been Sergeant Pepper’s British Legion Band, that’s more understandable . Recorded At Regent Sound Studio. Clarinet Frank Reidy, Henry Mackenzie & Robert Burns.
Released on 1st June, 1967, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, the band's eighth album became the soundtrack to the "summer of love" but its appeal is timeless. Work had begun on the recording in late 1966 and at one stage it was thought that both Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields Forever would also be included but when these were released as a single in February, that idea was abandoned. Revolver had only just been completed in time prior to the band flying off on yet another tour. Now that touring was behind them more time could be spent writing and recording.