Deconstructing The Beatles' WHITE ALBUM -- Feature Film
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The Beatles (aka “The White Album”) was not only the band’s best-selling album, it was the best-selling album of the entire 1960’s.
Its thirty songs span almost every style of music: from hard rock and early punk, to country, chamber music, avant-garde -- you name it. The recording took place during a remarkable year in Beatle history that included the death of manager Brian Epstein, the creation of Apple Corps and a trip to India to study meditation.
Now you can experience this remarkable double-record in a whole new way. Acclaimed “Beatle-ologist” Scott Freiman gets "under the hood" of this groundbreaking album to show us what made it run so well – despite the personal strains that would eventually break up the group.
In this hugely-entertaining, educational multimedia presentation, Scott brings us into Abbey Road Studio for a look at the innovative techniques used during the production of “Revolution,” “While My Guitar Gently Weeps,” “Blackbird,” and other beloved songs. Deconstructing The Beatles’ White Album is a lively journey into the creative process behind these unique recording sessions.
The DVD version of the film also includes several bonus features:
- Audience Q&A
- Janet Maslin (president of Jacob Burns Film Center and former film critic for the New York Times) interviews Scott Freiman.
- Five short “mini-deconstruction” videos on A Day in the Life, Penny Lane, Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, P.S. I Love You and Revolver.
When you buy the DVD, you'll also get the streaming version -- FREE. Our treat.
For the streaming version, you'll have a full year to watch it, rather than the usual 30 days.
A splendid time is guaranteed for all!
No, really. If you don't like it, we'll give you a full refund.
Running time: 1 hour 27 minutes
"Deconstructing The Beatles" is a multimedia lecture series conceived and delivered by Scott Freiman
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