Deconstructing the Beatles @ THE PICTURE HOUSE

Submitted by ub on Fri, 03/09/2012 - 13:21

For most, enjoying Beatles music has long been a popular past time for several generations. Deconstructing their albums takes that experience to a much higher level. Last night's lecture was titled "Looking Through A Glass Onion".

Instructor Scott Freiman is a composer, arranger, producer, a sound editor and the brainchild behind deconstructing The Beatles. He utilizes isolated tracks and rare video footage of Beatles' anecdotes about their historic recording sessions. Scott's lectures analyze production techniques used in recording Beatles popular compositions.

Freiman lectured to an audience made up of young and old fans. The group ranged from pre-teenagers to octogenarians. Fathers and sons seemed to thoroughly enjoy this unique presentation. 40 year old Eric, who works for Major League Baseball told City Island Images that his favorite Beatle song is "in My Life". He was enjoying the special evening with his 60ish year old dad, Bill. 9 year old Patrick, a student told us his favorite Beatle song is "Rocky Raccon". He was there with his 40sh year old dad, Matt.

Once anyone attends one of Scott Freiman's presentations, they may never listen to Beatles music the same way again. Scott says he has many favorite Beatle songs, but mentioned "Happiness is a Warm Gun", "Strawberry Fields" and "A Day in the Life" as three he truly enjoys.

The Picture House in Pelham, NY has invited Scott to return for his third presentation
"Tomorrow Never Knows" on Thursday, June 7 @ 7:30 PM.