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How Jimi Hendrix (May Have) Influenced The Beatles’ ‘A Day In The Life’ –

How Jimi Hendrix (May Have) Influenced The Beatles’ ‘A Day In The Life’ –

January 30
08:20 2017

In late 1966, as The Beatles began the sessions that would produce Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, the band recorded the memorable track that would close the album — “A Day In The Life.” It features John Lennon’s haunted vocal, Ringo Starr’s dramatic drum fills, and the emotional orchestral build-up that author Jonathan Gould describes as “the sound of the high-wire artist as the ground rushes up from below.” It is certainly one of The Beatles’ finest recordings. “A Day In The Life” began as a Lenno

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