As our readers know, if you want to watcha slew of talented guitarists wail over the shred-friendly"While My Guitar Gently Weeps" chord progression, you've come to the right place.
Even though the Beatles hired a film crew to document the1969 recording sessions for what would become Let It Be, it's not all that common to see studiofootage of the band from before that time.
A rare, unreleased demo of The Beatles' "What Goes On"—recorded in 1963 and featuring John Lennon on vocals—has surfaced on on eBay through Parlogram. Listen to a snippet of it here.
As always, Moore did not disappoint, delivering a truly blistering solo on the classic White Album track.
Throughreverb.com, Heritage Gear is selling one of the Vox UL730 amplifiers George Harrison used on the Beatles'RevolverandSgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
Although the last thing the red-hot Beatles needed in early 1964 was a "secret weapon," that's exactly what they got—in a beautiful Fireglo finish.