“When The Beatles returned to America in August, 1965, for their second tour and played the Sullivan show again, I got one of my favorites. Walking the aisles, one audience member caught my eye: an older man sitting with his fingers plugged in his ears to mute the high-pitched squeals. As I moved in for this terrific shot, I got a closer look and realized I was photographing the legendary composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein.”
- Ken Regan
Neil Young’s patented Pono music player reportedly offers unsurpassed fidelity, but who knows when it’ll reach the market. In the meantime, check out some of Young’s less successful patents.