Behind The Scenes of The Iconic Abbey Road Cover Photoshoot

(via shooting film)

,,,The Beatles crossed the road a number of times while (Iain) Macmillan photographed them. 8 August was a hot day in north London, and for four of the six photographs McCartney walked barefoot; for the other two he wore sandals. Shortly after the shoot, McCartney studied the transparencies and chose the fifth one for the album cover…”

Read more: http://www.shootingfilm.net/2013/04/behind-scenes-of-iconic-abbey-road.html

Songs You May Have Missed #615

Karl Jenkins: “Introit” (2005)

Karl Jenkins’ contemporary requiem combines Eastern and Western traditions–with text in Latin, Japanese and Welsh–for an uplifting and melodically memorable work that deals with the cyclical nature of life, death and rebirth.

“Introit”, which begins the album, is a gorgeously rendered full-choir highlight.

Did You Ever Realize…

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Video of the Week: Green Day Crowd Sings ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ at Hyde Park

65,000 fans waiting for a Green Day show at London’s Hyde Park sing a flawless version of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” on July 1 .

Video of the Week: Every Time “Despacito” Comes On…

Video of the Week: Dan Wilson’s “Home” is the American Anthem we Need Today

 

On a Lighter Note…

 

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