“I Am the Walrus” is on the Beatles’ 1967 release Magical Mystery Tour. Because of its strange imagery, “I Am the Walrus”
The Beatles’ movie Magical Mystery Tour, originally broadcast on the BBC in 1967, opens with the line, “When a man buys a
In the “Paul is dead” mythology, if Abbey Road is the funeral procession, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is the burial.
Abbey Road, the last album the Beatles recorded together, was released in the fall of 1969 (September 26th in the UK and
This is the third installment in the Turn Me On, Dead Man series of posts on movies with psychedelic themes. This time
Mashups are a hit-or-miss proposition, with more misses than hits. Here’s one that really hits, though, called “Whole Lotta Helter Skelter” by
The most recent Mad Men episode licensed the Beatles “Tomorrow Never Knows,” which proved, despite the price, to be a brilliant move,
I recently read Bob Mould‘s autobiography See a Little Light: The Trail of Rage and Melody. Well, I read the part about
Occasionally someone will contact me to ask if I think the Beatles intentionally placed the “Paul is dead” clues on their records.