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The diva who shot to fame at a very young age with 'Baby One More Time' turns 33 today (December 2nd, 2014).As expected, it is hard for a diva like Britney Spears to keep her love life under wraps.And 's visual extravagance officially elevated the album cover to a work of art.Michael Cooper's photo of the Beatles in satin marching-band outfits, in front of a cardboard-cutout audience of historical figures, created by artist Peter Blake, is the most enduring image of the psychedelic era.John Lennon, Paul Mc Cartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr were never more fearless and unified in their pursuit of magic and transcendence.Issued in Britain on June 1st, 1967, and a day later in America, is also rock's ultimate declaration of change.is the most important rock & roll album ever made, an unsurpassed adventure in concept, sound, songwriting, cover art and studio technology by the greatest rock & roll group of all time.
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Yet it is hard to imagine a more perfect setting for the Victorian jollity of Lennon's "Being for the Benefit of Mr. " (inspired by an 1843 circus poster) or the sumptuous melancholy of Mc Cartney's "Fixing a Hole," with its blend of antique shadows (a harpsichord played by the Beatles' producer, George Martin) and modern sunshine (double-tracked lead guitar executed with ringing precision by Harrison).
The from the end of 1966 until April 1967, the group needed only three days' worth to complete Lennon's lavish daydream "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds." "A Day in the Life," the most complex song on the album, was done in just five days.
Until then, they had made history in the studio between punishing tours.
Off the road for good, the Beatles were free to be a band away from the hysteria of Beatlemania. On a plane to London in November '66, as he returned from a vacation in Kenya, he came up with the idea of an album by the Beatles in disguise, an alter-ego group that he subsequently dubbed Sgt. "We'd pretend to be someone else," Mc Cartney explained in .