Musings, observations, and written works from the publisher of Eckhartz Press, the media critic for the Illinois Entertainer, host of Minutia Men, and the writer of "The Living Wills", "$everance," "Just One Bad Century," "Father Knows Nothing," "The Radio Producer's Handbook," and "Records Truly Is My Middle Name"
Friday, May 12, 2017
Revisting Sgt. Pepper
The man who savaged "Sgt. Pepper" in a review for the New York Times when it first came out in 1967, gets the opportunity to explain himself and listen to the album again. The first time, one of his speakers was broken. Now that it's considered the greatest album in rock and roll history (according to Rolling Stone magazine), and is celebrating its 50th anniversary, he listened to it with both speakers working.