Why See Beatles Blast: Abbey Road 50th Anniversary?
Come Together at St. George Theatre
1969's Abbey Road gets the Beatles Blast treatment at the St. George Theatre this year. Local fab Four tribute band The Blue Meanies will be playing the iconic record from front to back, while Ken Dashow of Q104.3FM is on MC duties.
Considered my many to be The Beatles greatest album, Abbey Road was recorded just as the band were coming apart at the seams. Veering from raucous blues to glittering love songs, it features two of George Harrison's best known numbers ('Something', 'Here Comes the Sun'), the indelible 'Come Together', and Lennon's scorching 'I Want You (She's So Heavy)'. Side 2 boasts the gorgeously arranged 'Medley', a sixteen minute suite of eight short songs that concludes with the coda of "The love you take, is equal to the love you make".
Performance date: 1 June 2019
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