Tom Petty, Chuck Berry, Chris Cornell, Chester Bennington, Fats Domino, Glen Campbell and more are now part of the artwork for the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, courtesy of British artist Chris Barker.
The 1960s yielded some of the most influential music in history, and in Christopher Hill’s new book Into The Mystic: The Visionary and Ecstatic Roots of 1960s Rock and Roll, he takes a deep dive on the various spiritual influences of some of the decade’s biggest artists, from The Beatles to the MC5.
Longtime Beatles' producer George Martin's scores for several of the group's films will be among the tracks on George Martin: The Film Scores and Original Orchestra Compositions, a posthumous compilation due out November 10.
The Beatles Help! was released on this day (August 13) in 1965 and tucked away on side two of the U.K. version of the album is one of the band’s best love songs in its catalog: “I’ve Just Seen A Face.”