Monthly Archives: August 2016

Ike & Tina Turner – Live At Carnegie Hall

Released in 1971 the double album ‘What You Hear is What You Get: Live at Carnegie Hall’ reached No.25 in the Billboard 200. It was Ike and Tina Turner’s highest charting US album. The IATT Review performed a doubleheader at the Hall on April 1st … Continue reading

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Bette Midler – The Divine Miss M

Released in 1972 Bette Midler’s debut album went platinum and earned her a grammy award for best new artist. It contains three top 40 hits. The Captain’s favorite track is the Bonnie Bramlett and Leon Russell penned tune ‘Superstar’. The Carpenters … Continue reading

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Joe Cocker – With A Little Help From My Friends

Joe Cocker’s debut album released in 1969 contains a defining cover of the Dave Mason/Traffic song ‘Feelin’ Alright’. Also includes the ever popular Lennon/McCartney tune from Sgt. Pepper’s as the title track. Both performed in Cocker’s unique style. The song that stood out for the … Continue reading

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Greetings Fellow Travelers

Welcome aboard to Captain Beyond’s Quadraphonic Wormhole, a portal in time to a place where sailing the cosmic seas of four channel sonic endeavors can be experienced once again. This website is devoted to matters concerning legacy quadraphonic music from the 1970’s. This … Continue reading

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