Sgt. Pepper and the Beatles: It Was Forty Years Ago Today

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Index of names
Abse, Leo 17n 13
Ali, Tariq 15
Alpert, Richard 65, 132
Andrew, Sam 105
Anghadi, Mr 67
Arnold, Kokomo 150
Asher, Jane 2
Asher, Tony 159
Astaire, Fred 92
Atkins, Chet 123
Babaji, Mahavatar 68, 93
Bach, Johann Sebastian 76–7, 79, 89, 164–5
Baez, Joan 63
Bailey, David 16
Band Aid 93
Band, The 138
Bangs, Lester 122, 129n5, 135, 136
Barrett, Syd 92
Barrow, Tony 96
Barthes, Roland 128
Beach Boys, The 30, 36, 57, 62, 71, 105, 158–9, 160, 161, 166
Beardsley, Aubrey 93
Beck, Jeff 92
Bee Gees, The 6
Beethoven, Ludwig van 33n1, 76–7, 84
Bell, Larry 93
Bennett, Alan 48
Berlioz, Hector 33n1
Berry, Chuck 27, 76, 152
Big Brother and the Holding Company 105
Bishop, Maiden 114
Black, Bill 124n2
Black, Cilla 34
Blake, Peter 11, 13, 68, 92, 96
Blake, William 127
Bob B. Soxx and the Blue Jeans 157
Bonn, Issy 93
Boothe Luce, Clare 104
Boulting, John 2
Boulting, Roy 2, 97
Bowie, David 142, 168
Boyd, Pattie see Harrison, Pattie (b. Pattie Boyd)
Brahms, Johannes 79, 89n10
Brando, Marlon 22, 93, 98
Breen, Bobby 93
Britz, Chuck 159
Bromell, Nick 115
Brown, Peter 34, 37
Buchanan, Jack 92
Buffalo Springfield 116
Burdon, Eric 92
Burton, Richard 98
Burton, Robert 151
Byrds, The 19n17, 105
Cage, John 36, 43, 80
Caine, Michael 16
Campbell, William 98
Carr, Leroy 150
Carriage, Leigh 62n3
Caruso, Enrico 149–50
Castro, Fidel 16, 22
Cathode, Ray see Martin, George
Cavett, Dick 104
Chambers Brothers, The 111
Chañan, Mchael 150, 151
Charlatans, The 105
Christgau, Robert 121, 138
Christie, Julie 16
Clapton, Eric 72, 92, 93, 150
Cleave, Maureen 1n1, 13n2
Cleaver, Eldridge 137
Cloud, Cam 107
Cohen, Sidney 103, 104, 110, 114
Coltrane, John 110
Cooder, Ry 151
Cook, Peter 48, 97
Cooper, Mchael 95
Costello, Elvis 113
Count Five, The l05
Coward, Noel 92

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