Former Wings Guitarist To Release Fourth Beatles-Inspired Instrumental Album

Former Wings guitarist Laurence Juber announced plans to release his fourth Beatles-inspired instrumental album, titled The Fab 4th, on March 27.

The new album features Juber’s solo acoustic-guitar covers of 16 Beatles songs, from 1963’s George Harrison-penned “Don’t Bother Me” to 1969’s “Across the Universe.” The record also features covers of “Back in the USSR,” “A Day in the Life,” “Lady Madonna,” “She’s Leaving Home,” “She’s a Woman” and “Julia.”

Previously, Juber had released three albums of Beatles-inspired instrumental recordings, 2000’s critically acclaimed LJ Plays The Beatles, 2010’s LJ Plays The Beatles Vol. 2 and 2017’s LJ Can’t Stop Playing The Beatles.

“This collection includes favorites that I missed on the previous albums, along with some under-appreciated songs, and a few guitaristic challenges,” Juber said of The Fab Fourth.

He added, “There are many that haven’t yet made the cut, and I’m not sure that I’ll tackle any more, but that’s what I’ve said before…”

(Photo: Michael Lamont)

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