Win one of 25 pairs of tickets to ‘Could the White Album be made today?’ event!

In November 1968, millions of double LPs were shipped to record stores worldwide ahead of that tumultuous year’s most anticipated music event: the November 22nd release of The BEATLES, The White Album. For 50 years, ‘The White Album’ has invited its listeners to venture forth and explore the breadth and ambition of its music, delighting and inspiring each new generation in turn.
On November 9, The Beatles will release a suite of lavishly presented ‘White Album’ packages (Apple Corps Ltd./Capitol/UMe). The album’s 30 tracks are newly mixed by producer Giles Martin and mix engineer Sam Okell in stereo and 5.1 surround audio, joined by 27 early acoustic demos and 50 session takes, most of which are previously unreleased in any form. This is the first time The BEATLES White Album has been remixed and presented with additional demos and session recordings.

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the White Album, on November 7th at the YouTube Space, Kings Cross, London, Matt Everitt, will lead a panel of journalists, broadcasters & artists to discuss how the White Album has influenced musicians since and asks whether in a world of snackable content, playlists and short attention spans, an artist would ever dare release such a diverse body of work now.

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Win one of 25 pairs of tickets to ‘Could the White Album be made today?’ event!

Enter the draw to win one of 25 pairs of tickets to ‘Could the White Album be made today?’ event by completing the form below before 23:59 on 31st of October 2018.

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