We are closer to the stars than we think.
We are transforming our interactions into Trump World. It’s a step closer to anarchy.
Ken Goldstein and his father discuss all the changes of the past 75 years to get at the one that mattered most.
In Ken Goldstein’s newest novel, “From Nothing”, starting over in life is a creative process–amid a backdrop of music that both holds the characters together and tears them apart.
Dad Attitude: Our Inner Worlds Have you ever heard a keynote speaker say something like, “Have you ever gone from work to home, and when you arrive at home, you don’t know how you got there?” Those speakers are conveying that the consequence of our heightened level of absent-mindedness—our lack of focus and presence—is to…
Are we in the midst of a Beatles Renaissance?
So how come songs from 1968 are still widely played in 2018?
The groundbreaking musician who inspired Elvis and The Beatles has passed away.
It was 50 years ago this week that “Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” was released, and, as the cliché has it, popular music has never been the same.
It may have a childlike spirit, but “Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds” reveals a fully mature songwriter at the peak of his powers. Here’s an appreciation of that groundbreaking track.
After we shared some expert opinions on what Beatles album is the best, you weighed in with your own thoughts on the matter.
From Chuck Berry to Carl Perkins to The Marvelettes, John, Paul, George and Ringo put their own spin on quite a few standards.
“Rubber Soul” was a race against the clock, as The Beatles had only 30 days to write, record and mix an album — from scratch! That the result was a masterpiece makes the story even more remarkable. The latest film in the “Deconstructing The Beatles” series tells the tale.
The Beatles had “big ears” that were open to influences from all sorts of music — and it showed on their very first single. They were the first in Rock n’ Roll (we think) to use chord changes that later appeared everywhere.
A quirky album that doubles as a response to the rise of Punk and New Wave.
Drummer Jimmie Nicol played eight shows with The Beatles then disappeared. Now his story has been optioned for a movie. The author of the underlying book shared some stories with us.