Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Fawltykog, May 26, 2023.
Released this day here in the UK in 1967.
Why not another Beatles thread, but it's Sgt Peppers birthday so it's a BIG deal.
HAPPY 56Th BIRTHDAY SERGAENT PEPPER!!
Wasn't the release date in the US June 1?
Cool story here... Someone who was in England bought the LP on it's release date and brought it back to Montréal and it was played over the loudspeakers at Expo '67!
Is it that time of year again?
Lovely record, just lovely. My favourite song for this year's celebration is Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds.
Came out on the 2 June in the USA.
It was 56 years ago today...
They say it's your birthday...
(oops, wrong album)
Never heard of these guys. Were they any good?
It's amazing what they accomplished with a 4-track tape recorder.
Nah The Rutles was better.
Rumours going round that they were actually even better than the Bay City Rollers.
Aye. It's the Rollers that inadvertently led me to The Beatles. i.e. "there must be something better to listen to than this".
I bought it with birthday money in 1977, when I turned 10. 56 myself this year, damn.
And they didn't even manage to put the Inner Groove in!
My first self-bought Beatles record.
That was this version:
This album's a landmark, a masterpiece, IMO.
Had it on cassette first. Well, borrowed from our local library. That was in 2001 or so.
Eventually got it on CD shortly after. Bought a used Canadian LP pressing for €1, then got the 2009 remaster CD, the 2014 mono vinyl and the 2017 box set.
But don't think I have enough copies by now.^^
Indeed! With two added faces, no less!
Mr Kite looks as high as a kite here...
You beat me to it!
One added, one changed and one very partially added.
The Phonograph Stylus Preservation Society stopped it. Running the needle in the run-out groove over and over damages the stylus as the pull to one side will eventually skew the stylus and cantilever in one direction. But who cares?
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