Uitgave ter gelegenheid van het 50 jarig jubileum van de Beatles klassier The white album, met o.a. 27 Esher demos, zeldzame foto's en handgeschreven songsteksten. Cd's 1 en 2 : White album in de 2018 stereomix.
Uitgave ter gelegenheid van het 50 jarig jubileum van de Beatles klassier The white album, met o.a. 27 Esher demos, zeldzame foto's en handgeschreven songsteksten. Cd's 1 en 2 : White album in de 2018 stereomix. ; Cd 3 : Esher demos ; Cd's 4, 5, 6 : vijftig aanvullende remix opnames van de studiosessies.
Contents I / THE WHITE ALBUM The White Album II/CALIFORNIA REPUBLIC
James Pike, American Holy Water Many Mansions The Getty Bureaucrats Good
Citizens Notes Toward a Dreampolitik III/WOMEN The Women's Movement Doris
Author: Joan Didion
Publisher: Open Road Media
Category: Literary Collections
New York Times Bestseller: An “elegant” mosaic of trenchant observations on the late sixties and seventies from the author of Slouching Towards Bethlehem (The New Yorker). In this landmark essay collection, Joan Didion brilliantly interweaves her own “bad dreams” with those of a nation confronting the dark underside of 1960s counterculture. From a jailhouse visit to Black Panther Party cofounder Huey Newton to witnessing First Lady of California Nancy Reagan pretend to pick flowers for the benefit of news cameras, Didion captures the paranoia and absurdity of the era with her signature blend of irony and insight. She takes readers to the “giddily splendid” Getty Museum in Los Angeles, the cool mountains of Bogotá, and the Jordanian Desert, where Bishop James Pike went to walk in Jesus’s footsteps—and died not far from his rented Ford Cortina. She anatomizes the culture of shopping malls—“toy garden cities in which no one lives but everyone consumes”—and exposes the contradictions and compromises of the women’s movement. In the iconic title essay, she documents her uneasy state of mind during the years leading up to and following the Manson murders—a terrifying crime that, in her memory, surprised no one. Written in “a voice like no other in contemporary journalism,” The White Album is a masterpiece of literary reportage and a fearless work of autobiography by the National Book Award–winning author of The Year of Magical Thinking (The New York Times Book Review). Its power to electrify and inform remains undiminished nearly forty years after it was first published.
"The Beatles White Album and the Launch of Apple" is the tenth book on the Beatles by critically acclaimed Beatles author/historian Bruce Spizer.
Author: Bruce Spizer
Publisher: 498 Productions, LLC
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
"The Beatles White Album and the Launch of Sgt. Pepper" is the tenth book on the Beatles by critically acclaimed Beatles author/historian Bruce Spizer. His latest book covers all aspects of the Beatles 1968 double album titled "The Beatles," but more commonly referred to as "The White Album" due to its pure white cover. The book opens with chapters of the start of Apple and the first four singles released by Apple, including the Beatles single "Hey Jude"/"Revolution." The book then moves on to chapters about how "The White Album" was received upon its release in the U.S., U.K. and Canada. Other chapters deal with the turbulent year 1968, details on the recording sessions and recollections from fans. The book contains 150 color and original black and white images through.
Most books about the Beatles reveal the big picture first and ask questions afterward. This book reverses that approach.
Author: David Quantick
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
Most books about the Beatles reveal the big picture first and ask questions afterward. This book reverses that approach. It takes a fresh and often funny look at the magnificent and sometimes idiotic career path of the Beatles through the prism of one vital album -- a record considered by many (including John Lennon) to be the one on which they reached their peak as songwriters. It focuses not just on the intimate recording details and creative process, but on the politics, music, and culture of the era, as well as the band's individual development amid increasing dissolution. In crisp and witty prose, the inside stories behind the making and release of the album are revealed: how the White Album got its look and name; why it included the most experimental track the Beatles ever recorded; how it inspired the bloody massacres of Charles Manson and his 'family'; why Ringo Starr walked out on the sessions and who replaced him; the actual identities of 'Dear Prudence', 'Sexy Sadie', 'Martha My Dear', 'Julia' and 'Bungalow Bill'; on which song Yoko sang lead; which song is about Eric Clapton's teeth;
The cover of the 'White Album' looks very strange in the sequence of Beatles'
albums, eschewing any immediate signs of marketing or image, and naming itself
what one would expect a first album to be named. As the previous album, Sgt.
Author: Mark Goodall
Publisher: SCB Distributors
The Beatles' self-titled 1968 album was seen as something of a comedown after the exhilaration of its predecessor, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. In addition, conventional wisdom holds that The Beatles, aka the 'White Album', marks the beginning of the end of the Lennon/McCartney partnership. This book, however, exists to argue that the 'White Album' is not only the finest achievement of the Fab Four but can also be considered one of the greatest LP recordings of all time. Track by track, the album (and its sleeve) is discussed and considered. The result is a portrait of The Beatles, reflecting its eclectic nature through a series of personal responses from a variety of contributors.
This volume treats the White Album as a whole, with essays scrutinizing it from a wide range of perspectives.
Author: Mark Osteen
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
The Beatles, the 1968 double LP more commonly known as the White Album, has always been viewed as an oddity in the group’s oeuvre. Many have found it to be inconsistent, sprawling, and self-indulgent. The Beatles through a Glass Onion is the first-ever scholarly volume to explore this seminal recording at length, bringing together contributions by some of the most eminent scholars of rock music writing today. It marks a reconsideration of this iconic but under-appreciated recording and reaffirms the White Album’s significance in the Beatles’ career and in rock history. This volume treats the White Album as a whole, with essays scrutinizing it from a wide range of perspectives. These essays place the album within the social and political context of a turbulent historical moment; locate it within the Beatles’ lives and careers, taking into consideration the complex personal forces at play during the recording sessions; investigate the musical as well as pharmaceutical influences on the record; reveal how it reflects new developments in the Beatles’ songwriting and arranging; revisit the question of its alleged disunity; and finally, track its legacy and the breadth of its influence on later rock, pop, and hip-hop artists. The Beatles through a Glass Onion features the scholarship of Adam Bradley, Vincent Benitez, Lori Burns, John Covach, Walter Everett, Michael Frontani, Steve Hamelman, Ian Inglis, John Kimsey, Mark Osteen, Russell Reising, Stephen Valdez, Anthony D. Villa, Kenneth Womack, and Alyssa Woods. John Covach’s Afterword summarizes the White Album’s lasting impact and value. The Beatles through a Glass Onion represents a landmark work of rock music scholarship. It will prove to be an essential and enduring contribution to the field.
Wise Publications. The White Album The Beatles Arranged for piano, voice &
guitar. The White Album The Beatles Back In The U.S.S.R. Dear. Front Cover.
Author: Wise Publications
Publisher: Wise Publications
Words and music by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, except where noted.
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
(Piano/Vocal/Guitar Artist Songbook). Matching folio to these albums recently released on compact disc. 30 songs featuring: All You Need Is Love * Back in the USSR * Birthday * Blackbird * Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da * Revolution * While My Guitar Gently Weeps * Yellow Submarine * many more.
Author: Mark Pirie
Category: New Zealand poetry
Postmodern Politics and the Beatles' White Album JEFFREY ROESSNER INCE
ITS RELEASE IN 1968, the Beatles' self-titled album, which quickly became
known as the White Album, has generated a variety of responses from
Author: Kenneth Womack
Publisher: SUNY Press
Category: Social Science
Addresses the Beatles' impact on how we think about gender, popular culture, and the formal and poetic qualities of music.
To appreciate why Ringo Starr was the perfect drummer for the Beatles, listen to the White Album - and read this book!
Author: Terry McCusker
To appreciate why Ringo Starr was the perfect drummer for the Beatles, listen to the White Album - and read this book! From the authors of Ringo Starr And The Beatles Beat, Ringo's White Album explores Ringo's contribution to the Beatles' groundbreaking double L.P. THE BEATLES, commonly known as the White Album. With so many diverse styles and genres, whether it be Rock 'n' Roll, Blues, prototype Heavy Metal, Country & Western, Dance-Band, Ballads or Folk, Ringo once again proved he was up to the task - and then some. He also got blisters on his fingers. With song by song analysis, discover how Ringo's unique drumming style and approach shaped the sound and feel of the White Album. Read how Ringo's departure from the group was dealt with by John, Paul and George, and how the group dynamic soon returned to EMI's Abbey Road Studios. The Hey Jude/Revolution single is also covered in detail, with previously unseen photographs of the shooting of the promotional films. Not included in the standard edition, this, the Deluxe Edition contains full drum scores of every White Album song (plus Hey Jude/Revolution) that features drums and percussion.
The White Album is a series of interrelated essays, reportage, and memoirs from
the late 1960s and 1970s that focuses on American culture. Divided into five
thematic groupings, it is framed at the outset by the essay ''The White Album'' and
Author: Lynn Marie Houston
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This book is a compelling reference guide for book clubs on the work of Joan Didion, with summaries of her major works and discussion questions. * Discussion questions on Joan Didion's works, literary movements, and literary analysis * An exhaustive bibliography of additional writings about Didion as well as similar authors and books
Author: Brian Southall
White. Out. » Hollywood,. California,. October. 1968. Things seemed to stiffen up
in 1968 during the Beatles' “white out.” George Harrison told me that the White
Album had become a much larger undertaking than they expected. Creating a ...
Author: Ken Mansfield
Publisher: Harper Collins
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Through exclusive photos and personal stories, former US manager of Apple Records and Grammy Award winning producer Ken Mansfield offers a compelling memoir that delves into his life in the 1960s and '70s and his unique partnership with the Beatles and other musicians who orbited their world. As observer, friend, and colleague, Mansfield sat in their recording sessions, partied in their swimming pools, took their irate calls, and publicized their successes. Entertaining, historically accurate, and illuminating a side of the Fab Four known only to a few like Mansfield, The White Book shines fresh light on the true characters behind the cultural phenomena that revolutionized a generation. As the former Head of Apple Records International, Jack Oliver, has said of Ken, "He is one of the few insiders left that bore witness to the highs and lows of those insane days when we ruled the world." "Ken has a unique gift. He can take you in the room and have you sit with the folk he knows and make you one of the gang, part of the plan. and considering these folk include the Beatles, Dolly Parton, Waylon Jennings, the Beach Boys, Roy Orbison, David Cassidy and a whole host more that is some doing. I really enjoyed sitting in on his world and I respect the affection he has for our game, and what he brought to it, will get you." ANDREW LOOG OLDHAM Rolling Stones Manager and Producer "Ken Mansfield brings us a new and closely personal perspective not only on the Beatles, but on a whole cast of musical characters from Brian Wilson to Don Ho. An observant and perceptive man in the centre of the storm; a contradictory man, both ambitious and spiritual, but at the heart of the record industry during its most exciting years and enjoying every minute of it. I lived through those years with Ken and we became friends. It is a pleasure to experience so much of it all again through the accuracy of his story telling and the clarity of his memory." PETER ASHER Peter and Gordon/A&R Chief Apple Records/Producer-Manager (James Taylor, Linda Ronstadt, Carole King et al) "Journalism is normally a very inexact science. Many of the countless books about the Beatles have been written by researchers-not by people who were actually there. Everyone has experienced reading a book or article where one's own inside knowledge about a particular person or event shows up inaccuracies on the part of the writer that totally distort the truth. This book is an exception-I know because I was there for some of it myself. Ken Mansfield and I unknowingly shared the experience of the famous Apple rooftop session where I was nervously adjusting mikes and cables for the sound recording of that unforgettable day. Ken was not only working for the Beatles through their heyday, he was also their trusted friend. There is no one better equipped to tell the Beatles' story-truthfully-and more importantly-factually, from the inside." ALAN PARSONS Engineer to the Beatles/Pink Floyd, Multi Platinum Producer, Alan Parsons Project "Unlike many people claiming a Beatles connection, Ken Mansfield doesn't have an agenda or try to elevate his role or importance. Ken comes across as a man who knows how lucky he was to be where he was and enjoys sharing his stories with us. Ken was there and that is why The White Book is informative, fresh and entertaining without being ego-driven." BRUCE SPIZER Author, Beatle Historian
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In this landmark essay collection, Joan Didion brilliantly interweaves her own "bad dreams" with those of a nation confronting the dark underside of 1960s counterculture.
An extraordinary report on the aftermath of the 1960s in America by the New York Times-bestselling author of South and West and Slouching Towards Bethlehem. In this landmark essay collection, Joan Didion brilliantly interweaves her own "bad dreams" with those of a nation confronting the dark underside of 1960s counterculture. From a jailhouse visit to Black Panther Party cofounder Huey Newton to witnessing First Lady of California Nancy Reagan pretend to pick flowers for the benefit of news cameras, Didion captures the paranoia and absurdity of the era with her signature blend of irony and insight. She takes readers to the "giddily splendid" Getty Museum in Los Angeles, the cool mountains of BogotA, and the Jordanian Desert, where Bishop James Pike went to walk in Jesus's footsteps-and died not far from his rented Ford Cortina. She anatomizes the culture of shopping malls-"toy garden cities in which no one lives but everyone consumes"-and exposes the contradictions and compromises of the women's movement. In the iconic title essay, she documents her uneasy state of mind during the years leading up to and following the Manson murders-a terrifying crime that, in her memory, surprised no one. Written in "a voice like no other in contemporary journalism," The White Album is a masterpiece of literary reportage and a fearless work of autobiography by the National Book Award-winning author of The Year of Magical Thinking (The New York Times Book Review). Its power to electrify and inform remains undiminished nearly forty years after it was first published.
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Album, which Capitol issued in December 1968, that Manson considered most
important. Even the fact that the cover was white—with no other design except
the embossed name of the group—held significance for him. It was, and remains,
Author: June Skinner Sawyers
A must-have volume for all Beatles fans-a career-spanning selection of writings about the Fab Four There are, of course, many books on the Beatles, but this is the only one available that is a comprehensive, career-spanning collection of journalism about the legendary band, before and after the breakup. Consisting of more than fifty articles, essays, interviews, record and movie reviews, poems, and book excerpts-many of them rare and hard to find-Read the Beatles is an unprecedented compilation that follows the arc of the Fab Four's iconic and idiosyncratic career, from their early days in Liverpool through their tragic and triumphant histories after the group's split. The book also includes original essays from noted musicians and journalists about the Beatles' lasting influence and why they still matter today.
Then at the end of "Back in the U.S.S.R.", the first song on the White Album, Paul
says over and over "I'm back", and "so ... So that would explain why the heavy
clues started on Revolver, and continued through the two albums from 1967 and
Author: Forrest Dailey
At five foot two, Angel Mahoney finds being a bouncer at a Phoenix nightclub a definite challenge. Trained in the martial arts, she has the edge. Even more of a challenge is working for one of her bosses, James Callahan. Reserved and intimidating, as well as being handsome, Angel had to prove herself capable of the job, since he's not thrilled with having a female bouncer. When malicious pranks start to happen at the nightclub, coinciding with a rash of local jewelry store robberies, Angel is suspected by James of being responsible, at least for the pranks, when she happens to be in the vicinity each time to the storeroom where they originated from. This is thanks, in part, to being sent on errands there by one of the managers, Bob Newsome. It also doesn't help that the secretary of the club, Jannelle Martin, doesn't like her and Angel doesn't know why. When Angel's told to stay away from the storeroom, she asks one of the bartenders to see if he can find any clues to help clear her. He leaves her a note to meet her in the storeroom and on her way to it, she has a confrontation with the manager who'd sent her on the errands. He accuses her of being in love with James Callahan, who he says is seeing Jannelle. Although this shakes her some, when she finds bartender John Mack in the storeroom with a knife in his chest and then Angel is attacked, she pulls it together and decides to starts investigating on her own to find John's killer. What ensues is Angel fighting to clear her name and save her life. Because whoever killed John Mack, not only doesn't want her to find out who his murderer is: they're determined to have Angel to join him.