5 November 2011
Yeah, I don't remember what song I meant, I think it was I Want To Tell You, but I don't know why I would mix those up.
19 September 2010
24 November 2011
3 May 2012
24 July 2012
Ok mine has changed oh yeah and same here
14) Yellow Submarine
11) Doctor Robert
9) Love You To
5) Here, There, And Everywhere
3) For No One
1) Elanor Rigby
BUT……………………………………………………………………………………………If you add the singles it looks like this
16 Yellow Submarine
11 Love You To
9 Im Only Sleeping
5 Here, There, And Everywhere
2 Elanor Rigby
8 August 2012
Tough one, but I think I've got to go with Tomorrow Never Knows. Its like they transformed LSD/or drugs in general into a song.
13 August 2012
2. Here, There And Everywhere
2. Love You To
7. For No One
12. Doctor Robert
14. Yellow Submarine
Yellow Submarine is the only track I skip when I'm listening to Revolver -- I really enjoy the rest of the tunes. -- if Rain and Paperback Writer were to be included, Rain would split the number one spot with TNK and Paperback Writer would overtake Good Day Sunshine.
22 April 2011
14 November 2010
15 August 2012
4 September 2009
Mine would have to be Taxman. Up until 9 years old, everything I heard was pretty much the early Beatles stuff. Show & Tell at school (4th grade) someone put on Revolver and I was blown away! Everything on Revolver is excellent, but since I can recall where I was and what I was doing the first time I heard it, yeah it's gotta be Taxman.
1 December 2009
18 September 2012
'She Said She Said.' When I first it, I was blown away. At the time, I was already a Beatles fan, but hadn't yet checked out Revolver. When I finally got around to listening to the album, I couldn't believe I hadn't yet heard the best of the Beatles. Each new song by them I listened to was like discovering new treasures of gold.
As a side note, Revolver IMO was the album where the Beatles made the greatest musical leap from their previous album (in this case, Rubber Soul). If there's one album where you can see the sharp division between their early and late periods, Revolver is it.
20 January 2012
Over the past 5 years or so, Tomorrow Never Knows has become my favorite Revolver song and quite possibly my favorite Beatles song…and Revolver has generally nudged into my favorite Beatles album slot.
14 April 2010
24 August 2012
14 April 2010
Hm. For No One is one of my top three songs of theirs overall, but Tomorrow Never Knows is just one of those songs that really grabs me. Revolver is definitely one of my favorites, although Got To Get You Into My Life and I Want To Tell You blend together in my mind sometimes.
16 September 2012
It just gives me a spacial feeling.
14 April 2010
29 September 2012
14 – Yellow Submarine – it just does not fit with the rest, annoying halfway, and is too simplistic (for this album); if it were replaced by Rain or Paperback Writer, Revolver would be a just about perfect album with not one glaring error like this
13 – Doctor Robert – not bad, just a lazy throwaway for this album
12 – Love You To – great and very soothing Indian rhythms, but it feels slightly out of place compared with the others
11 – For No One – unquestionably melodically/lyrically involving and moving, but ultimately I could take it or leave it
10 – She Said, She Said – for an acid song, it is wonderful, but after a few listens it loses its novelty, because it drones a little much
9 – Got To Get You Into My Life – the last of these I can nitpick a bit--the horns are a bit overwhelming points, but still a fine song
8 – Good Day Sunshine – cheerful and in good spirits…nothing much more
7 – I Want To Tell You – much like #8 in tone, except the lyrics are slightly more thoughtful, because it's Harrison
6 – Tomorrow Never Knows – this can only go at the end; in its experimentation it is a triumph, and surprisingly modern-sounding, but as a pure song it has to pull itself together. I know this was not the intention, but still…
5 – And Your Bird Can Sing – what a great rocker, and with such clever metaphors in the lyrics; awesome guitar riffs and collaborative vocals near the end
4 – Taxman – just great in the same way as #4, except McCartney's grinding bass surf puts it over the edge
3 – Eleanor Rigby – as a beautiful romantic COMPOSITION (not just a song), it definitely stands out. Lyrics are spellbinding and the violins evoke a clear mood.
2 – I'm Only Sleeping – flawlessly strung together, and again puts us in a direct state of mind, conveys it properly with its composition. I also appreciate the anticlimactic angle it approaches.
1 – Here, There and Everywhere -McCartney's glorious and faint singing and the finessed strings make it a masterpiece
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