Beatles inspiration never stops.
Their songs and the unique souls that produced them go under Scott Frieman’s unique microscope in his “Deconstructing the Beatles” series.
FabFour Heads who haven’t experienced it yet get another change this Tuesday, June 24th, when he presents “Deconstructing Sgt. Pepper” at the JCC in Manhattan.
Doors open at 6:30, and the show goes from 7-9. Admission is $9.00 for members, $13 for non-members. The JCC in Manhattan is located at 334 Amsterdam Avenue at 76th Street.
Two other “Deconstructings” are on the slate for the NYC area, in Bethel and Pleasantville. See the full details, direct from Frieman, below:
On August 29, 1966, the Beatles performed their last concert at Candlestick Park in San Francisco. In the year that followed, the Beatles set the standard for a studio-only band and changed the world of popular music with the single “Strawberry Fields Forever”/”Penny Lane” and the album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
In Deconstructing Sgt. Pepper, I’ll be diving into the Beatles’ creative process and the making of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Filled with all the songwriting backstories, production analysis, and rare audio and video that you’ve come to expect from a Deconstructing The Beatles show, this lecture is sure to please Beatles fans of all ages.
This show continues to be a favorite of audiences throughout the U.S. and Canada. Now, you can see it in New York in three locations: June 24 at the JCC in Manhattan, July 11 at the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in Bethel, and July 15 at the Jacob Burns Film Center in Pleasantville.
A splendid time is guaranteed for all!
There’s a new reason to check out the fascinating “Deconstructing the Beatles” content series from Scott Frieman.
He’s introduced “TOMORROW NEVER KNOWS: DECONSTRUCTING THE BEATLES’ REVOLVER”. Here’s how the NY-based composer/producer/engineer explains the latest addition to his Fab Four breakdowns:
“The Beatles’ Revolver is a groundbreaking album that routinely tops ‘Best Album’ lists. In Tomorrow Never Knows: Deconstructing The Beatles’ Revolver, I’ll be taking music fans young and old on a journey through this remarkable album.
The 1966 album Revolver launched a period of studio experimentation for the Beatles that coincided with the end of their concert performances. With memorable songs, such as ‘Eleanor Rigby,’ ‘Yellow Submarine,’ and ‘Tomorrow Never Knows,’ the Beatles pushed popular music to a place it had never been.
Using rare audio and video clips, as well as anecdotes about the creation of the songs, ‘Tomorrow Never Knows: Deconstructing The Beatles’ Revolver,’ explores the groundbreaking production techniques that went into creating this landmark piece of music history. In addition to many of the tracks from Revolver, we will also explore the creation of two other songs recorded during the same time period, ‘Paperback Writer’ and ‘Rain’.
Additional ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’ shows will happen throughout 2012.”
Here’s more upcoming “Deconstructing the Beatles” Shows:
THE PICTURE HOUSE, PELHAM, NY
‘LOOKING THROUGH A GLASS ONION:
DECONSTRUCTING THE BEATLES’ WHITE ALBUM’
THURSDAY, MAR. 8 7:30 PM
AVON THEATRE, STAMFORD, CT
‘TOMORROW NEVER KNOWS:
DECONSTRUCTING THE BEATLES’ REVOLVER’
WEDNESDAY, MAR. 28 7:30 PM
SUNY ULSTER COUNTY, STONE RIDGE, NY
“A TRIP THROUGH STRAWBERRY FIELDS”
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11 6:00 PM
CALL (914) 687-5262 FOR MORE INFORMATION
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, BOULDER, CO
“DECONSTRUCTING SGT. PEPPER” SAT.., APR. 14 7:00 PM
“LOOKING THROUGH A GLASS ONION” SUN., APR. 15 7:00 PM
Find more info on “Deconstructing the Beatles” here.
The “Deconstructing the Beatles” series from NY-based composer/producer/engineer Scott Frieman has arrived in NYC. Consistently sold out, Frieman’s presentations are appealing to audio professionals and serious fans who want to go beyond the mystique and deep into the music.
Click here to purchase tickets, which are $15 for IFC members, $20 for adult non-members, $17 for seniors, with a $1 convenience fee.
More from Frieman here on what to expect on Monday night:
“In early 1967, the Beatles released a groundbreaking single — John Lennon’s “Strawberry Fields Forever” backed by Paul McCartney’s “Penny Lane.” In its music, lyrics, arrangement, and subject matter, “Strawberry Fields Forever”/”Penny Lane” changed the face of popular music forever.
Join composer/producer Scott Freiman as he takes Beatles fans young and old on “A Trip Through Strawberry Fields”. In this 90 minute multimedia presentation, Mr. Freiman transports his audience into Abbey Road studio for a look at the revolutionary techniques used during the production of three Beatles’ masterpieces — “Strawberry Fields Forever,” “Penny Lane,” and “A Day In The Life.”
Using rare audio and video clips, as well as anecdotes about the creation of the songs, Mr. Freiman allows the audience to see and hear the evolution of these groundbreaking songs and discusses the songs’ lasting influence on popular music.”
Event Alert: Tonight, Thursday 5/20 — Deconstructing Sgt. Pepper at the Cinema Arts Centre in Huntington, NY
Tonight, Thursday 5/20 at 7:30 PM, “Deconstructing Sgt. Pepper” will be presented at the Cinema Arts Centre in Huntington, New York.
In this presentation, composer/producer/engineer/Beatles expert Scott Freiman looks at Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band from multiple angles, exploring the history behind the music. Using rare and unreleased audio and video, Freiman walks the audience through the construction of songs from take one to the final version.
New light will be shed on the Beatles’ innovation in the studio, focusing on the writing of Lennon, McCartney, and Harrison as well as the drumming of Ringo Starr.
The Cinema Arts Centre is located at 423 Park Avenue in Huntington, New York. Tickets to the event are $9 for members and $13 for the general public. There will be a reception along with the presentation.
The Cinema Arts Centre is “Long Island’s Film Window On The World!” It features a wide range of films and special events.
Tickets are available for this two hour event by clicking here.