Immersive Sound Listening Party: THE BEATLES


Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band + Revolver

Listen to the greatest classic rock albums of all time, in a setting that will leave you speechless. Hearing is believing…

Our sound system has been augmented with an additional $100,000 in sound processing equipment, for a fully immersive, surround sound experience.

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Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is the eighth studio album by The Beatles. Released on May 26, 1967, it spent 27 weeks at number one on the Record Retailer chart in the United Kingdom and 15 weeks at number one on the Billboard Top LPs chart in the United States. The album was lauded by critics for its innovations in songwriting, production and graphic design, for bridging a cultural divide between popular music and high art, and for reflecting the interests of contemporary youth and the counterculture. Its release was a defining moment in 1960s pop culture, heralding the Summer of Love, while the album’s reception achieved full cultural legitimization for pop music and recognition for the medium as a genuine art form.

The album was loosely conceptualised as a performance by the fictional Sgt. Pepper band, an idea that was conceived after recording the title track. A key work of British psychedelia, it incorporates a range of stylistic influences, including vaudeville, circus, music hall, avant-garde, and Western and Indian classical music. The band continued the technological experimentation marked by their previous album, Revolver, this time without an absolute deadline for completion. With producer George Martin and engineer Geoff Emerick, the group colored much of the recordings with sound effects and tape manipulation, as exemplified on “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds,” “Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!” and “A Day in the Life.”

It is considered one of the first art rock LPs, a progenitor to progressive rock, and the start of the album era. In 1968, it won four Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year, the first rock LP to receive this honor; in 2003 it was inducted into the National Recording Registry by the Library of Congress. It has topped several critics’ and listeners’ polls for the best album of all time, including those published by Rolling Stone magazine and in the book All Time Top 1000 Albums, and the UK’s “Music of the Millennium” poll. It remains one of the best-selling albums of all time and was still, in 2018, the UK’s best-selling studio album. More than 32 million copies had been sold worldwide as of 2011. A remixed and expanded edition of the album was released in 2017.

1 Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
2 With a Little Help from My Friends
3 Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
4 Getting Better
5 Fixing a Hole
6 She’s Leaving Home
7 Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite

1 Within You Without You
2 When I’m Sixty-Four
3 Lovely Rita
4 Good Morning Good Morning
5 Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)
6 A Day in the Life




Revolver is the seventh studio album by The Beatles. It was released on August 5, 1966, accompanied by the double A-side single “Eleanor Rigby”/”Yellow Submarine.” The album was the Beatles’ final recording project before their retirement as live performers and marked the group’s most overt use of studio technology to date, building on the advances of their late 1965 release Rubber Soul. It has since become regarded as one of the greatest and most innovative albums in the history of popular music, with recognition centred on its range of musical styles, diverse sounds, and lyrical content. The album topped the Record Retailer chart in the UK for seven weeks and the US Billboard Top LPs list for six weeks. Critical reaction was highly favorable in the UK but less so in the US amid the press’s unease at the band’s outspokenness on contemporary issues.

Revolver expanded the boundaries of pop music, revolutionized standard practices in studio recording, advanced principles espoused by the 1960s counterculture, and inspired the development of psychedelic rock, electronica, progressive rock and world music. The album cover, designed by Klaus Voormann, combined Aubrey Beardsley-inspired line drawing with photo collage and won the 1967 Grammy Award for Best Album Cover, Graphic Arts. Revolver has surpassed Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band in many critics’ estimation as the Beatles’ best album. It was ranked first in the 1998 and 2000 editions of Colin Larkin’s book All Time Top 1000 Albums and third in the 2003 and 2012 editions of Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time.” It has been certified double platinum by the BPI and 5× platinum by the RIAA. Revolver has appeared high up in many lists of the best albums ever made, often in the top position.

In 1999, Revolver was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame, an award bestowed by the American Recording Academy “to honor recordings of lasting qualitative or historical significance that are at least 25 years old”.

1 Taxman
2 Eleanor Rigby
3 I’m Only Sleeping
4 Love You To
5 Here, There and Everywhere
6 Yellow Submarine
7 She Said She Said

1 Good Day Sunshine
2 And Your Bird Can Sing
3 For No One
4 Doctor Robert
5 I Want to Tell You
6 Got to Get You into My Life
7 Tomorrow Never Knows


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