New Beatles Track? by Tanya Grovenors
"Carnival of Light" - a 14 minute experimental track from The Beatles could finally be released next year as Paul McCartney has finally gone public in saying that he is considering releasing the track. The record "Carnival of Light" is completely experimental and was made in the height of The Beatles psychedelia inspired phase. Originally it was considered to be to adventurous for mainstream audiences but that is all about to change.
In the 40 years since the tracks initial recording, "Carnival of Light" has acquired near mythical status among Beatles fans who argue that the existence of the track provides evidence of the band's experimental ambitions beyond what their record label and the public were demanding.
The mythical track features distorted guitars, discordant sound effects, a church organ and gargling interspersed with McCartney and John Lennon shouting random phrases like, "Barcelona" and "Are you alright?".
To release the track would require specific consent form John Lennon's widow, Yoko Ono and George Harrison's widow, Olivia Harrison to release the track. There is no doubt in my mind that the release of this hidden track would spark millions of sales across the globe as anything associated with the Beatles would immediately gain cult status. One could only imagine how much money they would reap from the sale of this unheard of track. It would be absolutely fantastic to see an unreleased Beatles track in the shops. One can only hope that McCartney will get the consent he needs to release this potential master-piece!
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