Greatly turned on by the Spirit of the Age and by the “tea-parties” of those times, the Beatles provided a sound-track for the plottings of the baby boomers – millions of them – whose enlightenment (however compromised it may have been by the material world in the harsh times since) still provides a hedge against humankind’s grosser instincts.
They... go into the studio which brings an amazed world the mighty whirligig of Sgt Pepper, Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields here on the screen in surreal and glorious colour. They sing Baby You’re A Rich Man and they all are, but they don’t buy an island in Greece.
Beatlebob :) on 21st May 13:
“Sweater vest and a hat.”
BlueCat on 3rd Mar 13:
“Don't think the comparison to "tea party" comes close to the people or the actions of 1967. Quite the opposite.”
floortom on 30th May 12:
“The late years”
floortom on 25th May 12:
georgeharrisonmilkshakewarrior on 24th Mar 12:
“dat sweater vest :D”
floortom on 4th Jan 12:
“I've just got sgt. Pepper!”
celia on 17th Dec 11:
“Paul is the most handsome of the Beatles. John is the most popular of the Beatles. George is the youngest of the Beatles. Ringo... Ringo is Ringo!!!”
divbeatles_fans on 16th Dec 11:
“in picture, PAUL'S SOOOO CUTE!”
floortom on 1st Dec 11:
“1967 the best year for the beatles!”
midian on 15th Nov 11:
“I love John's fun hat :)”
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- "Our World" press event
- Photo session for the "Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" album cover
- With George Martin during a recording session for the album "Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"
- Ringo is filmed looking through a telescope for the film "Magical Mystery Tour"
- Standing on the beach during filming of "Magical Mystery Tour"