A film like this is catnip for the analytical hemisphere of my brain, as it details precisely how The Beatles led to The Byrds, and then in turn how The Beach Boys' landmark album, "Pet Sounds," inspired "Sgt. Pepper."
The late Tom Petty, to whom the film is dedicated, approves of his colleagues who were able to walk the line between "cross-pollination" and "outright theft," such as how The Beatles modeled their song, "If I Needed Someone," after Seeger's "The Bells of Rhymney," or how Eric Clapton's "Let It Rain" resembles the original version of Buffalo Springfield's "Questions," before the latter was altered in response to Judy Collins' "Since You've Asked."
When Dylan assures Clapton that he'll edit out his admittance that he may have "copped" the Springfield song without realizing it, the musician insists that the revelation be left in the final cut, citing its importance. read more
Arnold Schwarzenegger shows us the contents of his fridge as well as explaining what his workout looks like in 2019. The star of Terminator: Dark Fate shares his approach to eating, working out and the reason why "he'll be back". read more
On the gathering storm comes a tall handsome man, in a dusty black coat with a red right hand. read more
French inventor Franky Zapata successfully flew from France to England on an airborne flyboard, Sunday, August 4. The 40-year-old completed the 35 kilometer journey in under a half hour. read more