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10cf746e54 The album was also not banded, encouraging the listener to play it all the way through, pausing only to turn the disc over. All of this, in spite of a BBC ban on "A Day In The Life". Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' Capitol, 1967 Sgt. Schmit (Eagles), Fred Schneider (The B-52's), Jordan Schur (President, Suretone Records), Andy Schwartz (Writer), Bud Scoppa (Writer), Gene Sculatti (Writer), John Sebastian (The Lovin' Spoonful), Pete Seeger, Joel Selvin (Music critic, San Francisco Chronicle), Matt Serletic (Producer), Evan Serpick (Former associate editor, Rolling Stone), Paul Shaffer (Musical director, Late Show With David Letterman), Ron Shapiro (Co-founder, Plan A Media), Rob Sheffield (Contributing editor,Rolling Stone), Mike Shinoda(Linkin Park), Tom Silverman (Founder and CEO,Tommy Boy Records), Barbara Skydel (Senior VP, William Morris Agency (1940-2010)), Larry Sloven (Co-owner, executive producer, HighTone Records), Joe Smith (Chairman, Unison Productions), Britney Spears, Scott Spencer (Novelist), Scott Spock (Producer), Freddie Stewart (Sly and the Family Stone), Gary Stewart (Singer-songwriter(1945-2003)), Brian Stoltz (Funky Meters, the Neville Brothers, Bob Dylan), Neil Strauss (Contributing editor,Rolling Stone), Keith Strickland (The B-52's), Patrick Stump (Fall Out Boy), John Sykes (President, Clear Channel Entertainment Enterprises), Jeff Tamarkin (Writer), Corey Taylor (Slipknot), Al Teller (Former head,CBS, Columbia and RCA Records), Bruce Thomas (Elvis Costello andthe Attractions), Tour (Contributing editor, Rolling Stone), Allen Toussaint (Producer-songwriter), Roy Trakin (Senior editor,Hits magazine), Jeff Tweedy (Wilco), Lars Ulrich (Metallica), Nick Valensi (The Strokes), Hilton Valentine (The Animals), Andrew VanWyngarden (MGMT), Steven Van Zandt, Tom Vickers (A&R consultant), Butch Vig (Garbage, producer), Phil Walden (Former president, Velocette Records(1940-2006)), Wale (Rapper), Barry Walters (Writer), Bill Ward (Black Sabbath), Gerard Way (My Chemical Romance), Harry Weinger (VP, A&R, Universal Music Enterprises), Eric Weisbard (Writer), Barry Weiss (CEO, Universal Republic, Island Def Jam Records), Hy Weiss (Founder, Old Town Records (1923-2007)), Steve Weitzman (President, SW Productions), Jann S. Pepper was also the first rock album to incorporate complete lyrics to the songs in its design.
Released on 1st June, 1967, Sgt. 'When I'm 64' a novelty number in early phonographic style featuring Paul McCartney. Until then, they had made history in the studio between punishing tours. Pepper's real birthday is August 29th, 1966, when the Beatles played their last live concert, in San Francisco. Pepper is rich with proof: McCartney's burst of hot piano and school-days memoir ("Woke up, fell out of bed.") in Lennon's "A Day in the Life," a reverie on mortality and infinity; Lennon's impish rejoinder to McCartney's chorus in "Getting Better" ("It can't get no worse"). "People just have this dream about Pepper, and it was good for them you know." JOHN . Pepper is the Number One album of the RS 500 not just because of its firsts – it is simply the best of everything the Beatles ever did as musicians, pioneers and pop stars, all in one place. x Add a Comment . x Share Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest . This music documents the world's biggest rock band at the very height of its influence and ambition.