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Beatles' 'White Album' revisited for autism benefit
Beatles' 'White Album' revisited for autism benefit

There was something peculiarly endearing about an audience of pop music geeks cheering the details of Saturday night’s sold-out benefit performance of the Beatles’ "White Album" in its entirety at Glendale’s Alex Theatre. Where else would you hear cheers for the sound of one man’s Oxford shoe tapping against a woodblock, bird chirps, the sound of a jet airliner coming in for a landing or a standing ovation for a live re-creation of one of the oddest sonic conglomerations ever committed to tape, the infamous “Revolution 9”? The assembly of musical disciples of the Fab Four that took on the group’s most expansive album extended well...

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