The Making Of The Beatle's Sgt. Pepper ISBN 9781896522289

$9.95 Canadian
$7.95 American
£5.95 UK

Click on item #105 in the shopping cart to buy this book.

The Making Of The Beatle's Sgt. Pepper

by Belmo

The summer of 1967 was in full bloom, hippies were flockingto San Francisco to ‘tune in, turn on and drop out,’ London’s Carnaby Streetwas the center of pop fashion, underground radio stations were playingmusic by groups with such unlikely names as The Grateful Dead and PinkFloyd. It was a wildly exciting time for the world’s youth.

Leading the way, musically, were The Beatles. Their latest singlePenny Lane/ Strawberry Fields had blown everyone’s minds, then in Juneof 1967 they released their greatest creation Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely HeartsClub Band. The diversity and creativity of the songs drew world wideacclaim. To this day Sgt. Pepper is considered as the greatest pop albumof all time.The Making Of The Beatle's Sgt. Pepper reveals the storybehind the making of Sgt. Pepper - how the concept was realised, the storiesbehind each of the songs, detailed recording information, the genesis ofthe legendary album cover art, the unreleased Pepper songs, personal reminiscencesof recording engineers, friends, artists and The Beatles themselves.

It is a fascinating and penetrating look at the creation ofrock ‘n roll’s best and brightest -

The Beatles Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.

"....a highly readable book...." Britain'sQ Magazine


To contact CG Publishing email here Telephone: 905 637 5737 Fax: 905 637 2631
©Copyright 2004 CGPUBLISHING in association with Precognition Studios®