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REVOLVER

The Beatles

 

Proto-Prog

4.38 | 855 ratings

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mohaveman
4 stars In 1965 The Beatles, with the release of Rubber Soul, began to move away from being a pop band and started to morph into a more expermental rock band. This is continued on 1966's Revolver. The famous tunes are here -"Taxman", "Eleanor Rigby", "Yellow Submarine", "Here, There. And Everywhere", etc... And the finale of "Tomorrow Never Knows" is a classic John Lennon masterpiece of sound and experimentation. This album, as well as their next few, show the Beatles as a leader in the proto-prog genre. It is easy to see why this is so highly regarded. And what an awesome cover! Not a prog classic but a rock and roll classic in general. Easily worth 4 stars.
mohaveman | 4/5 |

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