George Harrison – The Concert For Bangladesh

Ex-Beatle recruits Rock Royalty for good cause The 1960’s was a decadent, extremely hedonistic decade, where to be young was everything, and people all around the world were beginning to connect through the power of popular culture, just as many teenagers had done in the ‘50s, thanks to the advent of rock ‘n’ roll and… Read More George Harrison – The Concert For Bangladesh

Beatles – Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

The Beatles reinvent themselves and popular culture in the process When the Beatles released their long-awaited follow-up to Revolver, it was almost as if suddenly the band had gone from black and white to full-blown Technicolor, thanks to the cover, one of the most iconic of its time, or any time (and one which would… Read More Beatles – Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

The Beatles – Rubber Soul

When Rubber Soul was released on 3rd December 1965 (in time for the lucrative Christmas season) it exposed the band to a whole new audience, especially in America, where more discerning listeners of rock had a tendency to regard the Beatles as little more than just another one of those fly-by-night teenybopper groups from England, with… Read More The Beatles – Rubber Soul

John Lennon – John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band

It is well documented that John Lennon had an unhealthy preoccupation with two themes: religion and his mother. Especially the latter, whom he felt had loved him as a child however was denied that love by his father. And so it was in 1970 that John and Yoko (who couldn’t leave his side) decided to undergo… Read More John Lennon – John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band