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8 thoughts on “ Revolution 9 - The Beatles - White Album / Bonus Tracks (CD)

  1. Each song on the sprawling double album The Beatles is an entity to itself, as the band touches on anything and everything it can. This makes for a frustratingly scattershot record or a singularly gripping musical experience, depending on your view, but what makes the so-called White Album interesting is its mess. Never before had a rock record been so self-reflective, or so ironic; the Beach.
  2. At least Revolution 9 gets people mad, what point does Wild Honey Pie have? "It's the Beatles White Album shut up" As it was, it came out looking as if it had merely been included to pad out the tracks into a double album. By the way, most people assumed that the album closer, Goodnight, was written by McCartney and sung by Ringo, but.
  3. Number 9, number 9, number 9, number 9, number 9, number 9, number 9, number 9, number 9, number 9, number 9, number 9, number 9, number 9, number. Then there's this Welsh Rarebit wearing some brown underpants About the shortage of grain in Hertfordshire Every one of them knew that as time went by They'd get a little bit older and a little bit.
  4. Nov 22,  · The White Album had also infamously stuck in Charles Manson's craw as a work of prophecy; Aside from "Helter Skelter," "Revolution 9" carries .
  5. American Releases "Revolution 9" ended up in the flattering position of the next-to-last track on the double album "The Beatles," popularly known as the "White Album," this position meant to leave the listener awestruck and in a jaw-dropped birdpburulapincrabernibitabasci.xyzinfo album was first released in .
  6. Personnel. John Lennon: vocals, tape loops, effects, samples George Harrison: vocals, samples Yoko Ono: vocals, effects, samples. Dividing audiences since late , John Lennon’s sound collage ‘Revolution 9’ was an exercise in musique concrète influenced heavily by Yoko Ono and the avant-garde art world.. The recording emerged from ‘Revolution 1’, the final six minutes of which.
  7. "Revolution 9" is a recorded composition that appeared on the Beatles' eponymous LP release (popularly known as The White Album). The sound collage, credited to Lennon–McCartney, was created primarily by John Lennon with assistance from George Harrison and Yoko Ono. Lennon said he was trying to paint a picture of a revolution using sound.
  8. With one obvious exception in “Revolution 9” (sadly, there is no campfire or jam-session version of that one included), “The Beatles” was close to being the group’s back-to-roots album.

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