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The Beatles



3.84 | 118 ratings

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4 stars I guess The Beatles does not need any introduction. This band is the godfathers of pop music and to a large extent; progressive rock too. It is debatable if the Sgt. Peppers album is the first ever progressive rock album.

For me; the most interesting The Beatles era is the 1966-70 era. The same period as covered by this compilation album. I am not an expert on The Beatles. But as far as I am concerned, the best of their music has been included on this double album. The music is simply outstanding, with the exception of the dubious inclusion of The Ballad Of John And Yoko. There is no point of describing the music in words. I just let the music speak for itself and play through the double album now and then. It is a pure joy and a reminder about what The Beatles means to our world, our culture and our being. Every serious music lover should have a copy of this double album.

4 stars.

toroddfuglesteg | 4/5 |


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