SPLHC (Mike Lorello’s Pep-Pep-Pepper Mix)

“They’ve been going in and out of style”

My scrumbled-up dub mix of the title song from the Beatles’ masterpiece. This album, my favorite, embodies everything I love about writing, recording and production. When I heard this album for the first time, it all came together for me.

I enjoy working on dance music because the technology behind the production is a lot of fun. And I like the freedom of expression when creating an alternate dub version of a dance or reggae record.

So I decided to apply those techniques to a rock record. I decided on Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band because, well, The Beatles.

The only things I added to the original tracks are a crash cymbal and the drums from the intro of the Reprise.

Much respect to The Beatles, George Martin, Geoff Emerick, Peter Blake and all involved in the creation of this historic album.

A splendid time is guaranteed for all.


Arranged and additional mix by Mike Lorello

Who’s Who

1. Sri Yukteswar Giri
2. Aleister Crowley
3. Mae West
4. Lenny Bruce
5. Karlheinz Stockhausen
6. W.C. Fields
7. Carl Gustav Jung
8. Edgar Allen Poe 
9. Fred Astaire
10. Richard Merkin
11. The Varga Girl
12. Leo Gorcey
13. Huntz Hall
14. Simon Rodia
15. Bob Dylan
16. Aubrey Beardsley
17. Sir Robert Peel
18. Aldous Huxley
19. Dylan Thomas
20. Terry Southern
21. Dion
22. Tony Curtis
23. Wallace Berman
24. Tommy Handley
25. Marilyn Monroe
26. William Burroughs
27. Sri Mahavatar Babaji
28. Stan Laurel
29. Richard Lindner
30. Oliver Hardy
31. Karl Marx
32. H.G. Wells
33. Sri Paramahansa Yogananda
34. Anonymous Dummy
35. Stuart Sutcliffe
36. Anonymous Dummy

37. Max Miller
38. George Petty painting: “Two Girls in Lavender”
39. Marlon Brando
40. Tom Mix
41. Oscar Wilde
42. Tyrone Power
43. Larry Bell
44. Dr. David Livingstone
45. Johhny Weissmuller 
46. Stephen Crane
47. Issy Bonn
48. George Bernard Shaw
49. H.C. Westermann
50. Albert Stubbins
51. Sri Lahiri Mahasaya
52. Lewis Carroll
53. T.E. Lawrence
54. Sonny Liston
55. George Petty painting: “Two Girls in Lavender” 2
56. George Harrison
57. John Lennon
58. Shirley Temple
59. Ringo Starr
60. Paul McCartney
61. Albert Einstein
62. John Lennon
63. Ringo Starr
64. Paul McCartney
65. George Harrison
66. Bobby Breen
67. Marlene Dietrich
68. Mahatma Gandhi
69. Legionnaire from the Order of Buffalos
70. Diana Dors
71. Shirley Temple

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