Part Two of classical pianist and artistic director of The Art Of Time Ensemble, Andrew Burashko’s conversation with host Paul Romanuk about The Beatles‘ 1967 classic, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Andrew and Paul also talk about The Art Of Time Ensemble’s reinterpretation of the album in a series of concerts in 2012.
More information of The Art Of Time Ensemble can be found here.
I found this review, by Globe And Mail entertainment writer Brad Wheeler, of the shows that The Art Of Time Ensemble did in 2012.
Here’s some more information on Andrew Burashko.
In this episode I talk about the studio set up at Abbey Road (then EMI Recording Studios). Here’s a great history of the place.
We talk about the crazy night in Studio One when the orchestral crescendo for A Day In The Life was recorded. Here’s some video footage of the night.
Here’s a review, from The Guardian newspaper in 1967, of Sgt. Pepper’s LHCB. Kind of a fun read and window into the thoughts of the time RE: pop music and The Beatles.