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Oasis, Killers to Record New Version of 'Sgt Pepper'

Oasis, the Killers, and Kaiser Chiefs are to cover songs from the Beatles’ Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band to mark the 40th anniversary of the classic album’s release.
The original album was released on June 1, 1967, and to mark
the event the big names will all be covering tracks from the record for
a BBC2 special to be aired in the U.K. on June 2.

Razorlight, James Morrison, the Fratellis, and Travis are among the other acts taking part.
The BBC reports that Geoff Emerick, the engineer in charge of
the original sessions, will use the same equipment to record the new
Radio 2 controller Lesley Douglas said: “This will be not
only a unique radio event, but a very special musical moment. The range
and quality of artists involved ensure that this will be a fitting
tribute to one of the great albums of all time.”

There is no news yet on which track the artists concerned will cover.

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