Out of the Sour Milk Sea: On the Beatles, Skepticon, and Meditation

The Beatles should’ve included “Sour Milk Sea” on The White Album. While the song eventually went to Jackie Lomax, who did a great job, it’s one of the best songs the band wrote during their 1968 meditation retreat compared to some of the other songs on The White Album (was “Wild Honey Pie” really necessary?). It has all the markers of a Beatles classic: catchy melody…

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Tris Mamone

Tris Mamone

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LGBTQ News Columnist and Journalist. They/them. Bylines: Splice Today, Rewire, Swell, HuffPost, INTO, etc. trismamone@gmail.com