Revolver

by The Beatles

(1966) Parlophone

Personnel John, Pal,George & Ringo & Martin
Description From teeny bopper screaming to the studio & really coming into the best Lennon & McCartney writing & performing. Dylan & drugs influences.
Posted By Tom Callagy (1865)
Directory Recordings: Rock/Pop
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On 8/25/2007, Inactive Member posted:
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If someone has to own only three albums by The Beatles, this is one of them. Every song here is way ahead of it's time! Listen to "Tomorrow Never Knows" way ahead of it's time. For me, the force of the band was the melody writing of Lennon & McCartney, the fact that they had so much creative freedom, not to mention, George Martin, helped put The Beatles at the top..forever.
On 8/1/2002, Tom Callagy (1865) posted:
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From opening track Taxman to closing Tomorrow Never Knows, a mind bender. My favorite is She Said by Lennon. Rumor is that he wrote this after a convo w/ Peter Fonda who apparantly was talking about suicide. Lennon found this an appropriate topic for this song.