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The Beatles are about to start their very last live concert. They can’t hear themselves sing over the deafening screams of the frenzied crowd. After 1400 shows they decide enough is enough.
From that moment on The Beatles are a pure studio band. Abbey Road Studio 2 will subsequently see an explosion of creativity and innovation in song writing and recording technique the likes of which has never been seen. It will herald one of the most productive periods ever in the history of pop music.
Revolver, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Magical Mystery Tour, The White Album, Let it Be and Abbey Road; these six iconic albums were recorded in the short space of five memorable years. But… they were never performed live.
Until now! The Analogues are on a mission to perform all six of these albums in their entirety. Precisely as the records were made at the time. Using the same vintage instruments, amplifiers, sounds, live strings and horns. ‘Just the music’ as recorded by The Beatles in the Sixties. Only live.
The first album The Analogues will be performing for you is the amazing Magical Mystery Tour.
Bart van Poppel, Jan van der Meij, Fred Gehring, Diederik Nomden and Jac Bico: The Analogues.
The Beatles; to us, it's modern classical music. We’re The Analogues; we think that you simply can’t achieve a real, authentic sound with digital short cuts. We use the same instruments that The Beatles used in 1967. It’s just different, and better, we think. It’s a lot of hassle too. We have to look for instruments all over the world. You really come across some amazing stories doing this kind of thing. That actually sums up quite nicely what we do: We’re obsessed with creating the perfect sound – but the story behind it is just as important for us.all instruments
Bart van Poppel bass, keys, vocal
Jan van der Meij guitar, vocals
Fred Gehring drums, vocals
Diederik Nomden keys, guitar, vocals
Jac Bico guitar, vocals