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Kramladen (June 29, 2017)

 

"All You Need Is Love" turns 50
To mark the 50th anniversary of the Beatles anthem of “Summer Of Love” in 1967, “All You Need Is Love”, the general store host tells the story of the song - with many music examples and cover versions.

 

ByteFM Magazin (June 27, 2017)

 

On June 27, 2012, the Alcohol and Drugs Commissioner for the Russian Ministry of Health Yevgeny Bryun blamed the Beatles for an increase in drug use in his country. As the? With their trip to India and the accompanying idea of ​​“expanding consciousness”, the four British people literally seduced the Russian population into trying drugs.

 

ByteFM Magazin (June 19, 2017)

In addition, yesterday, on Sunday, one of the most successful composers and interpreters of all time turned three quarters of a century: Paul McCartney. Even after 46 albums after the Beatles ended, he will probably remain an eternal Beatle. We hear music from 50 years. There is also music from our new album of the week and a few glimpses of the new week's ByteFM program.

 

Kramladen (June 15, 2017)

 

The Eternal Beatle: Paul McCartney - for his 75th birthday
"Your song will fill the air", he sang in 1968 in his Beatles song "I Will" from the White Album - written at the time as a love song for his future wife Linda. Paul McCartney's songs still fill the world of pop music. And they still fill stadiums, radio programs, books and, last but not least, his bank account. He is the most successful songwriter in pop history, one of the last giants from the sixties who shaped the development of pop culture creatively like no other decade and he remains one of the most versatile artists on the planet pop to this day. [...]

 

Rock-Ola (June 5, 2017)

 

It was 50 years ago today
Yes - there are also a few excerpts from Sgt. Pepper’s, but the LP review of the week concerns The Jimi Hendrix Experience with “Are You Experienced?”. Also singles from a. The Soutgun Express, The Lovin ‘Spoonful, The Mamas & The Papas.

 

taz Mixtape (June 2, 2017)

 

Troublemaker with wobwobwob. Linda Gerner hears it clacking, snarling and beeping: The new album by the Berlin collective Käptn Peng und die Tentakel von Delphi is more literary than mainstream hip-hop, which is fixated on authenticity. Giant critters with a sense of rhythm. The Munich electronic duo Schlachthofbronx slows down the pace on their album “Haul & Pull Up” and invites prominent guests. Excitingly leisurely, says Elias Kreuzmair. A great time for everyone! Julian Weber celebrates the 50th birthday of the album “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band "from the Beatles. More flash, more color, more trinkets had to help to make the present bearable. Deflate with Donald. [...]

 

Kramladen (June 1, 2017)

 

Sgt.Pepper turns 50 (part 2)
Beatles producer George Martin wrote in his memoir “It Happened on Abbey Road”: “For me the work represented a cut in the group's career because it marked the transition from a 'normal' rock and roll band to Artists who made a significant contribution to modern music history. It was a turning point - the turning point. Thanks to Sgt. Pepper, the art of recording changed from the mere recording of nice sounds to a medium that outlasts time as a valid art form - and creates a kind of sculpture of music. ”The highlight of the album is undoubtedly the grandiose final song“ A Day In The Life ”. [...]

 

ByteFM Magazin (June 1, 2017)

 

There are two albums that we cannot avoid today: 50 years ago the Beatles became “Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band ". Today the album is a milestone in pop history and we are also concerned with this magazine. And still far from his later sound, but soon a celebrated star: David Bowie will release his debut on June 1st. This was pretty much lost in the hustle and bustle of Sgt.-Pepper, but only a few years later it became clear that the future belonged to him.

 

50 years of “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band "(May 31, 2017)

 

For all those for whom musical exegesis is too idle, the album also offers high entertainment value on many other levels. Keyword: "Paul Is Dead" - one of the craziest conspiracy theories in pop history, which began in 1969 when a listener called the Detroit local broadcaster WKNR to announce that Paul McCartney was dead. He would have been killed in a car accident as early as 1966 and since "Sgt. Pepper ”represented by a doppelganger whom the Beatles cast in a McCartney lookalike competition under pressure from their management. According to the conspiracy theory, the three remaining Beatles have since tried to draw attention to Paul's death with secret signs and allusions: For example, the many personalities and flowers on the cover of “Sgt. Pepper “interpreted as evidence of a secret McCartney funeral. [...]

 

Kramladen (May 18, 2017)

 

Sgt. Pepper "turns 50 (part 1)
How often have you heard and read that, as a special award, as the highest praise, when a special album in the history of a band or a soloist was highlighted with the title of nobility: This is the "Sgt.-Pepper album from XY". There couldn't be a greater compliment to an LP release than comparing it to the Beatles' most famous milestone album, “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, "released 50 years ago. Officially, the album was to be released on May 30, 1967 in West Germany, on June 1, 1967 in the UK and on June 2 in the USA. But since robbery was already circulating, the Beatles record company decided to release the album on May 26th. The Kramladen celebrates the 50th anniversary of the epoch-making Sgt.-Pepper album in two parts - on May 18th and June 1st. [...]

 

What is music (April 9, 2017)

 

Ob-La-Di Madiba Ob-La-Da. Drake, Beatles, cultural appropriation
The Beatles practiced cultural appropriation - with good will, presumably - when they had a certain Desmond appear in one of their most hated songs: “Paul McCartney wrote the song around the time that highlife and reggae were beginning to become popular in Britain. The starting lyric, "Desmond has a barrow in the market-place", was a reference to the first internationally renowned Jamaican ska and reggae performer Desmond Dekker who had just had a successful tour of the UK. The tag line "ob-la-di, ob-la-da, life goes on, brah" was an expression used by Nigerian conga player Jimmy Scott-Emuakpor, an acquaintance of McCartney. "[...]

 

In Through The Outdoor (January 4, 2017)

 

If you jump back half a century from 2017, you come out again in 1967, and thus in an extremely productive year for pop music in general and for the psychedelic rock genre in particular. In addition to the debut albums by The Doors, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Pink Floyd, Captain Beefheart, The Velvet Underground and David Bowie, Sgt.Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band by the Beatles was released in 1967, a work that many believe for nothing less than that best pop album ever hold. So let's start the new year with a look back - all of the songs in today's issue will celebrate their 50th birthday in 2017.

 

Circles (October 8, 2016)

 

Mellotron
It is one of the strangest instruments in the history of popular music: originally designed to replace an entire orchestra, the Mellotron soon became a good form in rock music - at the latest when the Beatles made it socially acceptable with "Strawberry Fields Forever". In Circles, Ernst Hofacker traces the Mellotron's path through pop history for an hour and notes: A cool sound remains a cool sound - regardless of whether it is analog or digital.

 

taz.mixtape (September 16, 2016)

 

Family Five, Revolution, Renner, Beatles, Prize for Pop Culture
Away with the locks on the railing. Sven Sakowitz celebrates "What counts", the comeback album by the Düsseldorf soulpunk veterans Family Five. Peter Hein poisons, etches and analyzes and the winds blow to it. Now on tour. On and on, on in the magic bus. Julian Weber visits the exhibition “You Say You Want A Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-1970 ". Subcultures, politics, drugs and the flashy side of the sixties. "We have to avoid giving rise to the feeling that some handbag Castorfs are trying." Andreas Fanizadeh and Jens Uthoff speak to the State Secretary for Culture, Tim Renner, before the Berlin election. After the film you have a strong desire to hear the Beatles in detail again. [...]

 

ByteFM Magazin (August 5, 2017)

 

50 years ago, on August 2, 1966, the album "Revolver" was released, on which the Beatles impressively demonstrated their passion for experimentation. Airto Moreira is considered one of the most influential percussionists in jazz. He plays more than 120 percussion instruments from all over the world and has enriched jazz in this way. Today the Brazilian turns 75. There is also music from the current album of the week by Wild Beasts and by British artist Gemma Ray.

 

Kramladen (July 28, 2016)

 

The revolver revolution
Fifty years ago (on August 5, 1966 to be precise) the magnificent Beatles album "Revolver" was released. The album title with the somewhat tired play on words was perhaps the only weak point of this outstanding album, which many critics rate even higher than the “Sgt. Pepper ”masterpiece, released a year later. Starting with the innovative cover, which Klaus Voormann had designed as a montage of drawings and photo collages, to creative exuberant music with a wealth of sound finesse and sound experiments that had not been heard before, "Revolver" set standards in the summer of 1966, that were not available to anyone in pop at the time. [...]

 

Junk shop (June 16, 2016)

 

I've seen the Beatles
In June 50 years ago, the Beatles were on their only tour of Germany and gave six concerts in three cities: Munich on June 24th, Essen on June 25th. and Hamburg on June 26th, 1966. And so it happened on June 25th, 50 years ago, that there was a lot of screaming in Essen's Grugahalle, the hall floor began to vibrate and several teenagers passed out when the Fab Four entered the stage and performed Chuck Berry's “Rock'n 'Roll Music' started. And the writer of these lines was present at this memorable event. Not as a case for the paramedics, not as a hysterical screamer, but as an ardent Beatles fan who would have liked to see more of his idols and, above all, heard more. [...]

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