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cindy said...
my sis had all the beatles albums and GAVE them away. i remember listening to wkhj in LA , hearing lucy in the sky. my sis knew the true meaning but told me it was about a lady who likes jewelry!

kevin said...
I did not have any albums in June of 1967 (Abbey Road was my first album) but I do have fond memories of being at the public pool and hanging around the jukebox enjoying the music.

Rita said...
When I first heard 'Lovely Rita', I thought, "Finally! A song for ME!" After all the Carrie Anns, Glorias & Renees the song made me feel like royalty. Still wonder how I'd look in that green uniform!

Dave said...
I bought about 8 copies to give as gifts to friends & family because I was convinced it was the greatest album ever, although Pet Sounds.........

Mike said...
I wasn't a Beatles fan when they came out in '64 and '65, but as they experimented more I began to like them. Sgt Peppers made me a fan.

Cochise said...
Totally mesmerized by the cover-awwhh the cover! Anyway, can't remember the radio playing it...must not have had FM back then. Alter-egos transcend well.

Steve said...
In my then-11-year-old mind, I thought "Lucy In the Sky w/Diamonds" had something to do with the Lucy in the "Peanuts" comic strip. I still hear something different every time I play this album

Peggy said...
I too had never heard anything like Sgt P when it first came out. I still have every Beatle album, but the 2 that stand out for me are that one and the White album. So inventive, Sgt Pepper put the Beatles on a whole new level musically. And I just love the fact that on an archaeological dig in 1974 a 3 million yr old female skeleton was named Lucy after "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds." How cool is that?

Rick said...
Bob, you evoke the event perfectly. I was a player then as now, and Sgt Pepper changed the reality of being in a band in a moment's time. Thanks for articulating for us--as you always do.

mike said...
Bob--Keep Rockin!

Genea (gina) said...
Thank you for everything (sm. list incl) thank you for your excellant taste in music, for TEN @ 10, for Rock 'N Roll Roots, for remembering my birthday -- I love my coffee cup and e-mail card! and you

RANDY said...
1967 was a great year for music but on SEPT 15TH 2007 REO GAVE A GREAT CONCERT AT NIU; THEY SOUNDED BETTER IN 2007 THAN EVER BEFORE; IT WAS AN A PLUS CONCERT !!!

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