One of the things that’s kept Beatles fans captivated was their refusal to stay still and how each album felt like a progression into new territory. That said, as you delve deeper into the structures and configurations of the band’s music across their discography, there are certain tools, tricks, and ideas that they used and repurposed to great effect. In today’s episode, returning guests Jack Petruzzelli (Fab Faux) and Cameron Greider (Sean Lennon) sit down to discuss some of the most notable and how the band helped rock ‘n roll to expand, becoming richer in the process. (Rock, not The Beatles, though there’s that too…) We discuss Paul’s links to Bach, John’s connection to the blues and more static melodies, and how all the strands of musical history came together to create the vocabulary that we can observe and appreciate in their music. Jack and Cameron operate the RPM School (Rock Pop Music) and their next session is just days away: details can be found here: https://www.rpm-school.com/
236: The Beatles' Bag of Tricks
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