Deconstructing the Beatles (White Album)

“Composer Scott Freiman’s love for The Beatles runs so deep, he’s considered one of the world’s foremost Fab Four scholars. Thus, with his new filmed lecture, Looking Through a Glass Onion: Deconstructing The White Album, Freiman channels his obsession into a full-blown academic affair, creating a blow-by-blow of the recording processes behind the band’s iconic 1968 self-titled album (known to most as The White Album).

“By the time recording began, The Beatles rarely performed live and certainly didn’t tour, but what they did do was sequester themselves in the famous Abbey Road studio, perfecting recording techniques, founding Apple Records and slowly coming to grips with their own neuroses in regard to one another. Freiman delves into such storied events as the fabled trip to Rishikesh, India at the behest of George, the seldom-heard Kinfauns demo recordings, the uncredited musicianship found throughout The White Album, and beyond, painting a picture of The Beatles as actual, fallible human beings.

“Freiman breaks songs down track by track, isolating certain elements to showcase the complexities of fan favorites like “Happiness is a Warm Gun,” “Blackbird” and many others.” - Santa Fe Reporter


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