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January 22, at 7: The introduction of a psychedelic flavour to the Beatle's work has absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with PID.
It is the result of multiple influences. George Harrison was beginning to grow interesting in Eastern myticism inpart of that began when he saw a Sitar in the window of a music shop in London and thought 'hey man, that's one crazy looking guitar'. George then met Ravi Shankar and became a devotee.
A second influence was that of LSD, which wasn't illegal at the time and was experimented with by all the Beatles, George has spoken very candidly about this.
Another influence, and a fascinating example of cross-pollinaton of inspiration was The Byrds and other West Coast bands. A further influence, and a particularly significant one when it comes to Paul McCartney was The Beach Boy's groundbreaking album Pet Sounds which featured all kinds of wierd noises and psychedelic tones.
Paul was blown away when he first heard it and said that Pet Sounds, more than anything else inspired him to come up with the concept for Sgt Pepper.
Pet Sounds was an early example of a 'concept' album and you can argue that if there was no Pet Sounds there could never have been a Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Another factor was the advance of technology, saw the arrival of several new pieces of electronic equipment such as the tape reverb unit, some early guitar effects pedals etc.
George Martin has written at length about how the Beatles were fascinated by this new kit and spent huge amounts of time experimenting with it. This is also a major factor in their spending most of their time in the studio.Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online.
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and select works for comparison from several historical periods or cultures, including the present.
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81 and Mozart's Prague Symphony, including the use of ostinati, a flatted seventh degree within the introductions, similar rhythmic patterns, and the use of new motifs.
Influence through structural modeling is then illustrated by a comparison of the finales from Brahms's D Minor Piano.