Guitar Legends - The Beatles
No band made a bigger mark on rock and roll in the 20th century than the Beatles. Classic albums such as Revolver, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, and Abbey Road shaped music and have enduring appeal for new generations of listeners.
Guitar Legends: The Beatles takes you through the band's history, walks you through the making of three Beatles albums via interviews with the people who were there, and gives you deep insights into the playing styles of John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison.
Plus, it includes an interview with Paul McCartney and one of the last and most extensive interviews George Harrison gave in his final years.
You can purchase your copy of Guitar Legends: The Beatles magazine today for just $9.99!
Guitar Legends: The Beatles includes:
- The Pop Years: 1962-1966: In four short years, the Beatles pulled the world under their spell, influencing everything from music to politics, sex and spirituality. And they were just getting started.
- The Psychedelic Years: 1967-1970: At the dawn of 1967, with the world on the brink of a cultural revolution, the Beatles entered a heady phase of innovative songwriting and expression.
- Yellow Submarine: The 1999 reissue of the animated Beatles film Yellow Submarine brought the late George Harrison back into the spotlight to talk about the movie and recording all those great songs.
- The Making of Revolver: Beatles engineer Geoff Emerick tells the story behind rock and rollâ's perennial favorite record.
- The Making of Sgt. Pepper's: In 1967, the Beatles launched the future of popular music with Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
- The Making of Abbey Road: It was the Beatles' final studio work, but it was the start of a new era in recorded music. Geoff Emerick tells the story behind the songs and sounds.
- The Ballad of John Lennon: Yoko Ono and some of John Lennon's closest collaborators explore the solo career of the man who taught the world to imagine.
- George Harrison: The Quiet Storm: He was the soft-spoken lead guitarist for the world's greatest rock group. But George Harrison's playing shook up the world and helped create guitar rock and roll.
- Paul McCartney: Yesterday & Today: Paul McCartney discusses some of his greatest acoustic songs, his unique playing style and his signature Epiphone Texan guitar.
- The Beatles: Rock Band: The Fab Four shift from the past to the future in The Beatles: Rock Band, the music video game that just might bridge a generation gap some 40 years wide.