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  1. huge2thadork's Avatar
    Reviewing Revolver? One of my favorite albums? Awesome!

    I believe that "flock of birds" sound in Tomorrow Never Knows is someone's laughing (I wanna say... Paul?) sped up.
  2. Comicshow MolemanBob's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by melody nelson
    i really enjoyed this, comicshow molemanbob (what a username, haha)

    do a stones album next! how about let it bleed
    That should be interesting. "Gimme Shelter" and "You Can't Always Get What You Want" are obvious classics but I've never really given any thought to any of the other songs - thanks for the recommendation.
  3. parklife's Avatar
    i really enjoyed this, comicshow molemanbob (what a username, haha)

    do a stones album next! how about let it bleed
  4. Comicshow MolemanBob's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by melody nelson
    1966 was the year. we got blonde on blonde, pet sounds, and revolver. what a time to be alive
    God yes! It's lucky if I even find a song I enjoy released nowadays let alone a whole album!

    PS. (I'm thinking of doing this again with another album, it doesn't have to be The Beatles but they are my forte' so to speak...)
  5. parklife's Avatar
    you've got eleanor rigby and paperback writer on there twice, al + mike

    this album is incredible. and i love that it's only 35 minutes long. my favourite song is 'for no one'. 10/10 lp.

    god, 1966 was the year. we got blonde on blonde, pet sounds, and revolver. what a time to be alive
  6. hutz's Avatar
    Cool review.

    I have my own version of Revolver on my computer where I take out 5 songs (Love You To, Yellow Submarine, Good Day Sunshine, For No One and I Want To Tell You), and add 5 more guitar oriented songs (Paperback Writer, Rain, Nowhere Man, Ticket to Ride, and Penny Lane.

    It has a more homogeneous flow that I prefer to listen to. The 5 songs I take out are noticeably slower paced than the 5 I replace them with as well.

    Taxman
    Rain
    I'm Only Sleeping
    Nowhere Man
    Eleanor Rigby
    Paperback Writer
    Doctor Robert
    Ticket to Ride
    Got to Get You Into My Life
    Penny Lane
    Here There and Everywhere
    She Said She Said
    And Your Bird Can Sing
    Tomorrow Never Knows

    And if you like the end of Got to Get You Into My Life in stereo, you should hear the mono version (it goes on for 10 more seconds!).

    Edit: Whoops! fixed it.
    Updated 08-14-2012 at 11:45 AM by hutz