Morning click: Beatles for sale; Cap'n Jazz reunites, reissues discography
- Legendary Beatles recording studio Abbey Road is for sale by its owner, EMI. The studio, where the Fab Four recorded most of their 1960s output, could sell for tens of millions of pounds. In similarly depressing news, the televised home shopping network QVC is selling a John Lennon "Imagine" ring-- for two easy payments of $27.00.
- Sensitive men in their 30s rejoiced yesterday when Jade Tree Records announced that influential emo band Cap'n Jazz-- precursor to The Promise Ring and Joan of Arc-- will play a reunion show in Chicago this summer. To top it off the label plans to reissue the band's discography, "Analphabetapolothology," on vinyl.
- Dribs and drabs: Hole's new record is out this spring; Perry Farrell threatens to debut his dance music project at Coachella; Bonnie Raitt and others picked for Blues Hall of Fame; unreleased Wu-Tang Clan material to be released this month.
February 17, 2010; 8:30 AM ET
Categories: Morning click | Tags: Bonnie Raitt, Cap'n Jazz, Coachella, Hole, Perry Farrell, The Beatles, Wu-Tang Clan
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