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Jeff Slate Contributes Liner Notes To The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper Reissue

The Beatles Celebrate Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band with Special Anniversary Edition Releases

Jeff pen's Sgt. Pepper In America for historic reissue

The Beatles will release a suite of lavishly presented Sgt. Pepper Anniversary Edition packages on May 26. The album is newly mixed by Giles Martin and Sam Okell in stereo and 5.1 surround audio and expanded with early takes from the studio sessions, including no fewer than 34 previously unreleased recordings.

A 144-page book includes new introductions by Paul McCartney and Giles Martin, and chapters covering comprehensive song-by-song details and recording information, the design of the cover, the album's musical innovations and its historical context by Beatles historian, author and radio producer Kevin Howlett; composer and musicologist Howard Goodall; music producer and writer Joe Boyd; and journalists Ed Vulliamy and Jeff Slate, illustrated with rare photographs, reproductions of handwritten lyrics, Abbey Road Studios documentation, and original Sgt. Pepper print ads.

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Bob Dylan - The 1966 Live Recordings: The Untold Story Behind The Recordings (Interviews by Jeff)

Jeff interviews engineer Richard Alderson for official mini-documentary about Bob Dlyan's The 1966 Live Recordings

A monumental 36-disc box set featuring every known recording from the mythic and controversial 1966 tour of the US, UK, Europe and Australia. With the exception of the Manchester concert (May 17, 1966) released as Bob Dylan Live 1966 The Bootleg Series Vol. 4 in 1998, a pair of songs appearing on the 1985 Biograph compilation and a smattering of others, the overwhelming majority of tracks and performances on Bob Dylan: The 1966 Live Recordings are previously unreleased in any format--official or bootlegged--and are being made available now for the very first time.

Watch here as Jeff speaks with Dylan's live sound engineer for the tour, Richard Alderson:

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