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A Ticket To A Remix Universe where Beatles meets Electronica
01-11-2014 | Music Releases
Imagine a remixed world of Beatles music where mashups, loops, new musical approaches and astonishing arrangements of Pop, Rock, electronica and guitar merge into a new sonic experience. Imagine a world where everything by The Beatles seems familiar but everything is merged into a Remixed Universe.
That new experience is brought to you on the 50th Anniversary of The Beatles arrival in America by Les Fradkin - the "King Of Midi Guitar".
Les Fradkin is known worldwide for his starring role portraying George Harrison in the Original Cast of the New York City hit Broadway show "Beatlemania" in the late 1970's. These days he is a 21st Century "New Media" Artist and Composer / Innovator on the Starr Labs Ztar and a virtuoso MIDI Guitarist.
He has invented brand new playing techniques with 21st Century electronics to realize Progressive Symphonic Rock as a One Man Orchestra.
Inspired by symphonic rock and the daring and successful remix/mashup known as "The Beatles - Love" and the Cirque de Soleil Las Vegas Beatles "Love" show, Les has a vision to take a new approach to hearing the music of The Beatles several steps further with modern Trance, EDM, sampling, loops, Classic, Progressive and Psychedelic Rock, his own composing and traditional electric guitar sounds to arrive at a creative Remix concept for the music of John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison. Featuring such Beatles hits as: "Ticket To Ride", "Across The Universe", "Rain", "Eleanor Rigby", "Strawberry Fields Forever", "The Inner Light" and the Amazon hit single version of "I Want You (She's So Heavy)", Les takes Beatles music on a mind altering trip into a future where no one has gone before - It's time to celebrate the Beatles' US 50th Anniversary and buy your "Ticket To A Remix Universe".
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