The Daily Cut: The Beatles "Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite"Giles Martin thinks that with its swirling calliope sounds -- played, incidentally, by his father, the late George Martin -- "Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite" is one of the cuts on Sgt. Pepper's that benefits the most from the new stereo mix.
PHOTOS: Behind The Scenes With The BeatlesTake a behind the scenes look at the Beatles through the years.
The Daily Cut: The Beatles "A Day in the Life"Giles Martin, the son of original producer George Martin, shares his thoughts on remixing "A Day in the Life."
The Daily Cut: The Beatles "Fixing a Hole"Producer Giles Martin, son of original producer George Martin, says something very memorable took place even before Paul McCartney left the house on the day of the session.
The Daily Cut: The Beatles "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds"Stereo remix producer Giles Martin, the son of original producer George Martin, tells what he thought as he worked on "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds."
Classic Rock Almanac May 27, 2017In 1963, The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, which contains "Blowin' in the Wind" and "A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall," is released.
The Daily Cut: The Beatles "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"Stereo remix producer Giles Martin, the son of original producer George Martin, tells what you should listen for in the new stereo version of the title track of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
Classic Rock Almanac May 24, 2017Today is the 76th birthday of Bob Dylan. What album earned Dylan his first Grammy statue?
Beatles Hair Clippings Fetch $10k at AuctionStrands of hair from all four bandmates were cut on March 25, 1964, during the filming of 'A Hard Day's Night.'
The Beatles' 'White Album' will be Remixed Next"That was when they started becoming properly indulgent. There are so many takes of ‘Sexy Sadie’, for instance. The efficiency went slightly out the window.”
The Daily Cut: The Beatles "Love Me Do""Love Me Do" was recorded at the Beatles first session with producer George Martin. Paul McCartney tells how a change Martin made in way it was played affected him that day.
The BBC Banned The BeatlesThe BBC actually banned the song "A Day In Life" from its' airwaves for the first five years of its' existence because of three simple words.

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