14 Songs, 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Sgt. Pepper album was recorded in a four-month span beginning in 1966. The advent of new studio techniques such as multitrack recording and pitch shifting (recording tracks at different speeds) as well as the band's increasingly diverse influences led to the LP's kaleidoscope of sound experiments (music hall, Western and Eastern classical, rock 'n' roll). The album, from the pop-art packaging to the gapless track sequencing, successfully put forth the idea that music and art were synonymous.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

The Sgt. Pepper album was recorded in a four-month span beginning in 1966. The advent of new studio techniques such as multitrack recording and pitch shifting (recording tracks at different speeds) as well as the band's increasingly diverse influences led to the LP's kaleidoscope of sound experiments (music hall, Western and Eastern classical, rock 'n' roll). The album, from the pop-art packaging to the gapless track sequencing, successfully put forth the idea that music and art were synonymous.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
3.1K Ratings
3.1K Ratings
It's On My iPod ,

A Day In The Life of a Beatles Fan...

...everything changed when this album was released. No review or reviewer can ever capture in words the musical magic of this masterpiece. Listen. Just listen.

Miggy90 ,

One of the greatest albums ever made!

This is a classic album that every person should hear at least once in its entirety. Every song flows neatly to the next, and never feels boring. The best compliment I can give Sargent Pepper is that it truly is timeless, and will live on forever.

JV19 ,

Who are these guys?

The Beatles thats who! Only The greatest band of all time. O yea and in alot of people's book the greatest album of all time.

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