Here There and Everywhere

Here There and Everywhere

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Ep. 58 - Kosh

John Kosh, known simply as Kosh, is an English art director, album cover designer, graphic artist, and documentary producer/director. He was born in London, England and rose to prominence in the mid-1960s while designing for the Royal Ballet and the Royal Opera House. He was the creative director of Apple Corps for The Beatles and was art director and album cover designer for Abbey Road and Let It Be, as well as Hotel California, James Taylor's Greatest Hits, and more.    Today, Kosh sits down with Jack Lawless to discuss his work, reminisce on his memories of working with The Beatles and John and Yoko, tell stories about designing Abbey Road's and Hotel California's covers, the WAR IS OVER! campaign, and much more. Without Kosh, some of the world's most iconic designs would not be here.    Check out A Walk in the Park book here:   Follow Kosh on social media here: Instagram: Facebook:   Follow us on all social media, @BeatlesEarth ! For questions/inquires, please reach us at BeatlesOfCourse @gmail .com.   ------ #Thebeatles #beatles #beatle #paulmccartney #johnlennon #georgeharrison #ringostarr #60smusic #60s #70smusic #70s #60s70s80s #70s80s90s #90s #iconic #rocknroll #classicmusic #fyp #foryoupage #foryou #recommended #beatlesfans #mclennon #lennon #viralreels #peaceandlove #letitbe #beatlespodcast #podcast #mccartney #starr #harrison The Beatles were a highly influential and globally popular rock band that originated in Liverpool, England. The group consisted of four members: John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. The Beatles' journey began in the late 1950s when Lennon formed a skiffle group called The Quarrymen. McCartney and Harrison joined later, and the lineup eventually evolved into The Beatles. Ringo Starr replaced their original drummer, Pete Best, in 1962. The Beatles achieved unprecedented success and popularity during the 1960s, often referred to as the "Beatlemania" era. Their music was a blend of various genres, including rock and roll, pop, and later, elements of Indian music and psychedelia. They wrote and recorded numerous hit songs, becoming one of the most innovative and successful bands in the history of popular music. Some of their most famous albums include: 1. **"Please Please Me" (1963) 2. **"A Hard Day's Night" (1964):** The soundtrack to their first film. 3. **"Rubber Soul" (1965):** Marking a shift toward a more experimental sound. 4. **"Revolver" (1966):** Further experimentation and the use of studio techniques. 5. **"Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (1967):** Widely considered one of the greatest albums of all time. 6. **"The White Album" (1968):** A double album with diverse musical styles. 7. **"Abbey Road" (1969):** Their final studio album, known for its iconic cover and medley of songs. The Beatles' legacy extends far beyond their music. They revolutionized the music industry, set new standards for songwriting, and influenced countless artists across genres. Their impact on popular culture, fashion, and social movements of the 1960s is immeasurable. The Beatles remain one of the most celebrated and enduring musical acts in history.

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