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THE BEATLES

The Beatles

 

Proto-Prog

4.15 | 531 ratings

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Geizao
4 stars Before Led Zeppelin came with the crushly Black Dog or Dazed & Confused, there was The Beatles with Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except For Me And My Monkey (Lennon-McCartney). I think the two of LZ tracks above were, not in straightly, inherit the nuances of EGSTHEFMAMM's music. This is why we should call The Beatles as a pioneer.

Long. Long, Long is a George Harrison thoughts about his new way of life. A sublime creation took its place. I can still remember LLL in the dark side of the night or sometime in a blue feeling. Sexy Sadie was a John Lennon's grief about someone in India (I can't say the name). It's a pop-ballad or maybe melodic, in which defined a piano that accompanied with some heart feeling that unexplicably.

You might recall Paul McCartney said, the White Album was a rough-hard in making, but the Mother Nature's Son is a good, outta rough-hard process, ballad. Ask Sheryl Crow if you want. And, of course, Good Night, sung by Ringo Starr, is another outta burden song.

I've got something to say, these two albums are spreading interests to many musicians (or maybe to some people in order to run their way of vandals). The contents is enriched by many ideas. Various of music breaks out by their cold war, instead. And these albums would make an exhausting feeling. But we agreed, the albums were bold but beautiful.

Geizao | 4/5 |

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