This album is so under-rated. Sometimes its referred to as the Beatles
"Country-Western" album and sometimes its considered a "throw-away"
with the Beatles busy touring while it was being made. This album and
songs like this show the nucleus of what was about to come in Rubber
Soul and Revolver. They're already playing with more complex harmonies
and unique guitar riffs. It's not there? And yet [George] Martin is still a huge
part of the creative process, but this album shows they're ready to
What do you think?
And I know this topic doesn't really belong in this section but I was in this part of the forum when I posted it.
13 November 2009
I have a very clear memory of first
hearing Beatles For Sale. I was about 11 – 12 and a neighbour said his
Dad has a Beatles LP and would I like to hear it. We played it and I
didn't like it because there were no singles on it and I didn't know any
of the songs! I'm almost embarrassed to admit that now.
I've always thought of it as the Acoustic Guitar album as Lennon's
Jumbo appears on so many of the songs. (3/4/2010)
So you wanted to hear it on the radio first? I guess I don't quite understand.
(Oh and I think I've got the topic moving thing figured out, but it's too late for this one.)
1 December 2011
12 January 2013
I Changed up Beatles for Sale and it ended up like this
I'm a Loser
Sure to Fall
Eight Days A Week (ANthology)
Misery (Yeah I changed up Please Please Me too and this got left over along with some others
Don't Ever Change
The Incedibly True Story THat Never Ends. By Sam.
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