From Times Square sing-alongs of ”With a Little Help From My Friends” to commemorative Fab Four wall plaques hawked on cable-TV shopping programs, it’s hard to escape the Sgt. Pepper’s anniversary. As for the avant-garde approach to the Beatles taken by musicians appearing Live at the Knitting Factory in New York, outside of a few mild diversions (Lydia Lunch screaming her way through ”Why Don’t We Do It in the Road,” Samm Bennett and Chunk’s back-to-the-future psychedelic take on ”Dear Prudence”), let’s just say they give new meaning to the term terminally hip. C-
Live at the Knitting Factory: Downtown Does the BeatlesFrom Times Square sing-alongs of ''With a Little Help From My Friends'' to commemorative Fab Four wall plaques hawked on cable-TV shopping programs, it...Live at the Knitting Factory: Downtown Does the BeatlesRockFrom Times Square sing-alongs of ''With a Little Help From My Friends'' to commemorative Fab Four wall plaques hawked on cable-TV shopping programs, it...1992-07-10
Genre: Rock; Lead Performer: Various Artists; Producer (group): Knitting Factory Works
Posted July 10 1992 — 12:00 AM EDT
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