Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - The Beatles

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

The Beatles

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1967-06-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • ℗ 2009 The copyright in this audio & audiovisual compilation is owned by EMI Records Ltd


Title Artist Time
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Cl The Beatles 2:01 USD 1.29
With a Little Help From My Fri The Beatles 2:44 USD 1.29
Lucy In the Sky With Diamonds The Beatles 3:28 USD 1.29
Getting Better The Beatles 2:48 USD 1.29
Fixing a Hole The Beatles 2:36 USD 1.29
She's Leaving Home The Beatles 3:35 USD 1.29
Being For the Benefit of Mr. K The Beatles 2:37 USD 1.29
Within You Without You The Beatles 5:04 USD 1.29
When I'm Sixty-Four The Beatles 2:37 USD 1.29
Lovely Rita The Beatles 2:42 USD 1.29
Good Morning Good Morning The Beatles 2:41 USD 1.29
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Cl The Beatles 1:19 USD 1.29
A Day In the Life The Beatles 5:35 USD 1.29
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Cl The Beatles 4:08 USD Album Only


  • Must have for Beatles fan

    By Rober81
    Dude, just get it and turn off your mind, relax and float down stream.
  • Horribly dated in 2018

    By Lulu Pilona
    Lyrics sound silly today, like children’s gibberish. Production dated and psychedelic nonsense sounds like a hangover. Immature & pretentious. “Fun is the one thing that money can’t buy.” Really? But “Within Without You” still worth a listen as is A Day in the Life.
  • GOAT

    By TysNDice
    The Beatles’ masterpiece.
  • The Rolling Stones did it better

    By winstone smith
  • The Beatles Change

    By Cheeseburger mania
    Up until this point, The Beatles have been pretty consistent with writing love songs with the occasional experimental stuff. That all changed with Sgt. Pepper. Here the Beatles are no longer touring, they have mustaches, John has glasses, and most importantly their music is so much more rooted in psychedelia then ever. Sgt. Pepper is such a rocking opening track. Lucy in the Sky is so psychedelic and the lyrics are crazy. Getting Better has always been a favorite of mine. Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite's fairground theme is awesome. Lovely Rita is a rare love song on the album. Good Morning Good Morning is such a great UNDERRATED rocker. And A Day in the Life is my 2nd favorite Beatles song, after In My Life. Such a great game changing album.
  • A Work of Art

    By Jude NY
    You must listen to this album from beginning to end, listening to the words & music, and take an incredible journey through the renaissance of music occurring at that time. Each song flows into the next with such perfection that you feel you are part of the show! My only regret is that Strawberry Fields Forever & Penny Lane were not included on the album..... After years of touring through the tornado of Beatlemania, The Beatles finally had time to spend many months in the studio working on and perfecting their craft. Sgt.Pepper is proof of the natural talent born in to 4 young men. They added numerous instruments and sounds that were never heard before heard in rock music. I must say that the album really blew everyone away when it was released. Innovative, new, artistic and truly a work of art, it has inspired musicians through the 21st century. And, you couldn't get a better closing song than A Day in the Life. It won the Grammy award for that year.
  • No

    By don ally
    All the song start off good and then I sound terrible
  • Phenomenal Project

    By ReKt_UrSiStEr
    First Beatle album I've ever listened to. 10/10 recommend.
  • My album now

    By flab3996
    I remember my sister buying the album and listening to it with her girl friends they were singing every song on album together the year was 1967 i was 11 years old in my parents living room to me it was another Beatles album but I could tell this was different the way the girls were enjoying it when they were done listening to album and they left the house included my sister I took the album up stairs to my room to listen to it just myself guess what the album never left my room after that and my life took a different direction my hair was growing longer just looking at life very different ✌️👊
  • Sgt. Pepper: Celebrating 50 Years-Here it is!

    By JK the man
    Ahhh, yes. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band by the Beatles is here in all its glory. It's one of the greatest albums of all time. I have a lot to say about it. The first album to have printed song lyrics, it brought the subgenre of psychedelic/acid rock into the mainstream of popular music, as a reaction to what was going on in the world at the time. Like so many other albums of the 1960s, this was a key element of the counterculture and hippie movement in terms of philosophy, language, ideas and beliefs. It was also the first concept album, which is an album where all of its songs are based on a central theme. It influenced other artists to release their own albums of that nature in the coming decades. Sgt. Pepper was ultimately labeled a true work of art after the Fab Four's transformation into a full-time studio band capable of producing anything. Now about the music: The Beatles spent 4 months and 700 minutes recording this album in the studio using whatever influences were available, including the drugs they did during these sessions. The idea was to have the Beatles pretend they were a brass band that had just given a concert in the park. All of the songs on Sgt. Pepper were recorded with electronic systems and technological methods, as well as various forms of instrumentation being utilized from start to finish. It even features sound effects of people and animals with the tapes played in different ways in certain songs. The title track and its reprise clearly state what the album is about with catchy melodies and attention-grabbing beats. "With A Little Help From My Friends" makes you feel good about yourself when your pals are at your side. "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds" paints a picture with its lyrical imagery and metaphorical composition even if it comes from the acid-tripping John and "Within You Without You" is a musing on Eastern mysticism from George who is accompanied mostly by Indian musicians. "A Day In The Life" is earth-shattering and notable for having two different compositions merge as one since John and Paul worked on it together. It's a very fine song because of the orchestra playing this one note crescendo, making it seem like a time warp all throughout (at least that's what I think of when I hear it). The crashing piano chord at the end of the song is mind-blowing and changes your way of thinking about how the Beatles ever recorded music as a band before or after. Sgt. Pepper is notorious for being a Paul album because Paul came up with the idea for it and wrote most of the songs, although the whole band collaborated on this album in unison. It is understandable why Paul succeeded with this Beatles album and his creativity shows everywhere. He actually played the guitar solos in "Being For the Benefit of Mr. Kite" and "Good Morning Good Morning." With "She's Leaving Home" and "Getting Better," Paul demonstrates his ability to showcase the happy and sad elements of human nature in storytelling mode. He wrote "When I'm Sixty-Four" as an old jazz tune to honor his father, further promoting his role as the driving force behind the whole project. "Fixing A Hole" and "Lovely Rita" may not be the best songs on Sgt. Pepper, but they do serve their purpose. The album cover is good, too. Designed by Peter Blake, it features cardboard cutouts of famous people surrounding the Beatles themselves dressed as the fictional band on a background which resembles an outdoor setting. One interesting thing about the cover photo is there are wax statues of the Beatles courtesy of Madame Tussauds, giving the listener the impression that they are watching the band as well. What is amazing to anyone who listens to Sgt. Pepper is there are no gaps in the album as the sequence continuously moves from one song to another. This was the first rock album to make the album a measurement of sales as opposed to the single. In short, the Beatles were at work on their most imaginative art form when they decided to make this masterpiece. I see why so many people think Sgt. Pepper is great and I agree that it is a classic now just as when it was first released in 1967. From the first notes to the inner groove at the end, Sgt. Pepper is considered awesome for all the right reasons and now 50 years later, it's still a gem. This is definitely one of my favorite Beatles albums as the music shines with excellence. Buy this album if you haven't already done so. Trust me; you'll like it. A splendid time is guaranteed for all.

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