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This Christmas, as a gift to the city that gave us The Beatles, Tate Liverpool and National Museums Liverpool invite you experience Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band as you've never heard it before.
Listen to a special mix of this iconic Beatles album, presented in an immersive sound experience. Sit back, close your eyes and feel as though the band are performing all around you as you are transported to Abbey Road in this unique show.
Giles Martin, son of the legendary Beatles producer George Martin and a Grammy Award winning producer in his own right, has remixed the album from the original recordings.
The astonishing clarity of the mix will reveal the imagination and innovation that the Fab Four brought to the album in 1967.
The Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band: The Immersive Experience will be held at the Dr Martin Luther King Jr Building, Royal Albert Dock Liverpool.
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Did you know that Sir Peter Blake and Jann Haworth created the iconic Sgt Pepper's album cover? Recognised as the Godfather of British pop art, Sir Peter Blake has a long time association with the John Moores Painting Prize at the Walker Art Gallery, as junior prize winner (1961), juror (2006) and now patron of the prestigious prize.
Continue your Beatles experience at the waterfront, where you can see Blake's designs on the walls and maritime flags in the Tate Liverpool café, as well as on Liverpool’s Dazzle Ferry.
Tate Liverpool and National Museums Liverpool present this experience, with thanks to Royal Albert Dock Liverpool, Apple Corps Ltd, Universal Music and Dolby.
Header image: detail of Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover © Apple Corps Ltd
Dr Martin Luther King Jr building Royal Albert Dock, Liverpool
"This new Dolby Atmos ® mix allows us to fall into the record and to totally immerse ourselves in the fantastical world that was so beautifully created at Abbey Road Studios over 50 years ago."
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