My sentiments exactly!
It was yesterday...wasn't it?
Mike, I know it's a stunning amount of time added to a positive event, and I too am amazed by it's pertinence and antiquity. I tell myself: Only from 1967! But still, something tells me --something I don't like to hear-- the album is as remote from this generation as tunes 50 years before it (1917)."Livery Stable Blues/Dixie Jass One Step" by the Original Dixieland Jass Band or "Goodbye Broadway, Hello France" by the American Quartet didn't secure a place in OUR popular hums. They did, however, create new genres --a legacy, an influence.
Yes....look what technology has done....Sgt. Pepper couldn't have been done ten years earlier. Tastes in music, sociatial norms, etc....but it was still such an influence.
Yep, it's been a long time since that came out. I LOVE that album. It's on my iPod and I listen to it a couple of times a year (no drugs involved)...
Haven't heard it in a few years, but I fear some herb might have been involved.....
Time goes by in the wink of an eye.
I remember laughing as we sang along with 'When I'm Sixty-Four' - like it would never happen to any of us.
How about Simon and Garfunkle...."...how terribly strange to be 70?"
No, No! It was twenty years ago today!
But that was when Sgt. Pepper taught the band to play...
Whoa. I don't actually remember this being released since I was so young - seems like their albums were just always around.