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Back for 50th-anniversary reissue, Beatles White album is still inspiring

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For an LP with a plain white cover, the Beatles eponymous ninth studio album – more commonly referred to as the “White Album” – has generated a mass of symbolism since its

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The Beatles’ new remixed White Album box set is a marvel

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Ever wondered how the Fab Four might have made their White Album with today’s technology? Wait no longer We live in the golden age of remixed and remastered box sets,

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The ‘White Album’ at 50: A Beatles’ Masterpiece Just Got Even Better

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A few years ago, I had the great luxury of spending an afternoon with Ringo Starr. The former Beatle was launching an exhibition of his digital artwork for his Lotus Foundation

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Could the White Album be made today?

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Could the White Album be made today? Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the White Album, Matt Everitt leads a panel of journalists, broadcasters & artists to discuss how the album

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The Beatles The Beatles’ White Album captured the spirit of ’68, but it’s right for 2018 too

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Two months remain of 2018 – but if you view some of the events of this strange, volatile year from a certain angle, it might just as well be 1968.

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THE WHITE ALBUM AT 50: THE BEATLES’ SPRAWLING MASTERPIECE, BY THE NUMBERS

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John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr created what would be the longest Beatles album (around 93 minutes) between May 30 and October 14, 1968. Released a month later as

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