If you search Amazon for “Box of Vision” (and we will be available on Amazon any day now, by the way), you will find where I got the name “Box of Vision” from. It comes from a song written by the great songwriter Tom Russell. (His song, and the album it first appeared on, are actually titled “Box of Visions.”
I liked the way the name sounded, as i envisioned the Box as including the artist’s “vision”– their body of work as they released it (as opposed to a “box set” which in most cases is a revisionist perspective, or an attempt to summarize or present the artist’s work from a particular angle).
More importantly, the Tom Russell song, as I interpreted it, is from a father to a child, expressing his wish that he could give her a box that contained all the experiences he hoped she could have in her life. I thought that was a fitting sentiment for THE BEATLES Box of Vision– and my wish that my son (and your children) could experience the Beatles music in a context that would let him appreciate the artwork, chronology and history.