In August 1966, the Beatles' seventh studio album "Revolver" came out. German graphic designer and musician Klaus Voorman created the cover for which he won a Grammy. A talk with him 50 years later.
Known as the "White Album," the Beatles' ninth studio album came out on November 22, 1968. Going beyond the fab four's LSD psychedelic pop, the iconic work pioneered new musical genres.
Tork was most famous for his role as the lovable comic character in the 1960s American TV boy band the Monkees. A cause of death was not given, though he had been previously diagnosed with a rare form of cancer.
During the summer of 1967, thousands of flower children streamed across America towards California searching for love, freedom, drugs and music. Their dream? A life free from conventions.
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