Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

by Bee Gees

CD

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Product Details

Release Date: 04/21/1998
Label: Polydor / Umgd
UPC: 0731455707625
catalogNumber: 557076
Rank: 12144

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Bee Gees   Primary Artist,Track Performer
Steve Martin   Track Performer
Aerosmith   Track Performer
Jeff Beck   Guitar
Alice Cooper   Track Performer
Earth, Wind & Fire   Track Performer
Peter Frampton   Guitar,Track Performer
Billy Preston   Track Performer
Larry Carlton   Guitar
Victor Feldman   Percussion
Ray Russell   Guitar
Diane Steinberg   Track Performer
George Burns   Track Performer
Robin Gibb   Track Performer
Francis Monkman   Moog Synthesizer
Stargard   Track Performer
George Martin   Keyboards
Tommy Reilly   Harmonica
Barry Gibb   Track Performer
Sandy Farina   Track Performer
Harry Bluestone   Leader
Ray Cooper   Percussion
Maurice Gibb   Track Performer
Frankie Howerd   Track Performer
David Hungate   Bass Guitar
Stephen "Doc" Kupka   Baritone Saxophone
Max Middleton   Synthesizer,Keyboards
Paul Nicholas   Track Performer
David Paich   Keyboards
Jeff Porcaro   Drums
Lenny Pickett   Synthesizer,Tenor Saxophone
Bernard "Pretty" Purdie   Percussion,Drums
Gavyn Wright   Leader
Robert Ahwai   Guitar
Jay MacIntosh   Track Performer
Donald Pleasence   Track Performer
John Wheeler   Track Performer
Greg Adams   Trumpet
Wilbur Bascomb   Percussion,Drums

Technical Credits

Maurice White   Producer
George Martin   Arranger,Producer
Jack Douglas   Producer
Geoff Emerick   Engineer
Glenn Ross   Art Direction

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Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band [Original Soundtrack] 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I LOVE this album! Sure it's a campy remade version, but it's lots of fun, and great for BeeGees & Frampton fans.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I grew up in the early 70's and loved this movie the first time I saw it and I still love it. The soundtrack is great! Sure, some of it's a bit cheesey now that "I'm all grown up" but I still enjoy listening to the songs and watching the movie. For me it's a flashback to the past when everything was simple and non-complicated!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love this CD. I grew up in the 90s and i loved the movie every time i watched it, i still watch it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Movie itself was horrible. However, the Soundtrack is a gem. If you like any Beatles stuff then you will love this. The Bee Gees do a fantastic job as well as Peter Frampton. Where else can you hear Alice cooper and the Bee Gees sing together? Better yet even Steve Martin takes a crack at singing. If you like any 70's stuff then this is the Album for you.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
My condolances to Maurice Gibb, who passed away this year. Also, I felt sorry for George Martin being dragged into this mess as well as Peter Frampton, ace guitarist (whose career fizzled after this lackluster movie). The Bee Gees were heavily inspired by the Beatles in their earlier days (witness "To Love Somebody", "Lonely Days Lonely Nights" and "1941 NY Mining Disaster" but you can't tell it on this muzakal production (did you notice the hits disappeared for them, too?). "Golden Slumbers/Carry that Weight," "Oh! Darling" and "A Day in the Life" sound blasphemous! Aerosmith, whose version of "Come Together" was among the more tolerable of this mess, would also have less success for a few years. Not much was heard of Earth, Wind and Fire (one of the better selections with their spirited cover of "Got to Get You Into My Life") after this movie or Billy Preston (another more tolerable moment). George Burns and Steve Martin are both funny men but how many of us wish to sit down and listen to them perform the Beatles' songs? The versions of "When I'm 64," "Strawberry Fields Forever" (oh the shame!) and "Here Comes the Sun" fare worse. I suppose Robert Stigwood would have invited Vanilla Ice in on this if he were infamous in the 1970's. Friends don't let friends listen to or watch such garbage.