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The Andy Timmons Band Performs Sgt. Pepper
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3 November 2011
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The album is out now! My dad had it pre-ordered a-hard-days-night-george-10


If you haven't heard yet, guitarist Andy Timmons and his band have released an album, an entirely instrumental version of Sgt. Pepper.

Here are some videos of him performing the album live:






I know, SFF was on Magical Mystery Tour, but it's extremely impressive.


His official website is here if you wanna check out the album.



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ATB Plays Sgt. Pepper, like the original, is fantastic.  May not be the cup of tea for someone who is not into guitar, but I find it brilliant.  Anyone willing to give it a try, I would suggest easing into it with "She's Leaving Home", a stunning and heartfelt rendition of the original, "A Day In The Life", and maybe "When I'm Sixty Four", which is a very cool and amusing version with a country flair.  But the truth is the whole thing is really, really good, even if you don't stop to consider that every song is essentially ONE guitar performance or that he arranged the songs the way he remembered them and not using the original music as a reference.  That must give you an idea of how much into The Beatles he is.  And aren't we all?  Andy is an incredibly well rounded and tasteful guitarist.  I am really looking forward to see where Andy Timmons goes from here. 

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