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The Beatles



4.47 | 934 ratings

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5 stars This is the masterpiece of the Fab Four, along with Revolver and Sgt. Pepper

Everything is great about this album. The songwriting, the performances, the harmonies. Even Ringo. His drumming is at it's finest. This was their last call after writing the majority of Let It Be. And what a great last call this is. From the bluesy tracks (Come Together, I Want You (She's So Heavy), Oh! Darling) to Harrison's gems (Something, Here Comes The Sun) and the Medley. I mean, what not to like about this album full of quality music.

The biggest band ever have changed and their discography is so varied. Now they say goodbye, not like the Stones who kept going with bad albums again and again (I mean, they were bad anyway.) The Beatles is not just a band, they are the biggest cultural event that happened in the history of music. And their discography shows it well. Full of great albums. Even the early ones. Pop at it's finest. But this album will stand the test of time forever, not like the early albums. A cultural masterpiece.

***** songs: Come Together, Something, I Want You (She's So Heavy), Here Comes The Sun, Because, You Never Give Me Your Money, Sun King, She Came In Through The Bathroom Window, Golden Slumbers, The End **** songs: Maxwell's Silver Hammer, Oh! Darling, Mean Mr. Mustard, Polythene Pam, Carry That Weight, Her Majesty *** songs: Octopus's Garden

geneyesontle | 5/5 |


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