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 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 would … Continue reading

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