Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is a double album produced by George Martin, featuring covers of songs by the Beatles. It was released in July 1978, as the soundtrack to the film Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, which starred the Bee Gees, Peter Frampton and Steve Martin. The project was managed by the Robert Stigwood Organisation (RSO)
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Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is the eighth studio album by the English rock band the Beatles.
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It was released in July 1978, as the soundtrack to the film Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. The release made history as being the first record to return platinum, with over four million copies of it taken off store shelves and shipped back to distributors. Hundreds of thousands of copies of the album ended up being destroyed by The Robert Stigwood Organisation (RSO). The company itself experienced a considerable financial loss and the Bee Gees as a group had their musical reputation tarnished. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Original Soundtrack) Q&A.
Since its original album release, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band has also been released on various Beatles singles and compilation albums. The song has also been performed by several other artists, including Jimi Hendrix, U2, and a comic interpretation by Bill Cosby, using the opening to John Philip Sousa’s Washington Post March as the instrumental bridge. In November 1966, on the flight back to England after a holiday, McCartney conceived an idea in which an entire album would be role-played, with each of the Beatles assuming an alter-ego in the Lonely Hearts Club Band, which would then perform a concert in front of an audience. The inspiration is said to have come when roadie Mal Evans innocently asked McCartney what the letters S and P stood for on the pots on their in-flight meal trays, and McCartney explained it was for salt and pepper. This then led to the Sgt.
A minor variant which is far more commonly seen on later issues, perhaps indicating an introduction date of 1968 until 1969. 3. Third pressing, summer 1969 until November 1969. On 26 May 2017, the album was reissued for the album’s 50th anniversary in a double vinyl set. The first LP contains a new stereo remix of the album produced by Giles Martin. Created using modern and vintage technology, the 2017 mix retains more of the idiosyncrasies that were unique to the original mono version of Sgt. Pepper’s. Unlike the original album, first-generation tapes were used rather than their subsequent mixdowns, resulting in a clearer and more spacious sound. The second LP contain alternative mixes, previously unreleased session tapes, and new stereo mixes of Strawberry Fields.
Soundtrack album by Various Artists. The project was managed by The Robert Stigwood Organisation (RSO).