So Revolver: The Beatles finest: 1. Technology pushed to the limits as the lads asked for special effects which were created via reversed tape loops and other firsts. 2. An incredible eclectic variety of songs ranging from stuff for the kids through Indian meditative chants through ballads to protest speeches. 3. Start where it ends to sense the remarkable power: Tomorrow Never Knows: those drums, those voices... 4. The beautiful Here, There and Everywhere, apparently Sir Paul’s favourite Beatles song. 5. Stuff from George. 6. Stuff from Ringo. 6 Eleanor Rigby reminds of the lyrics which can get over-looked by the power of the soundscape on this album. 7. Melody Maker July 30 1966: ..the Beatles have definitely broken the bounds of what we used to call pop...8. Klaus Voorman contributes a staggering cover in drawing and photo collage. 9. Good Day Sunshine: effortless and up-lifting. 10. Abbey Road Studio becoming their new home for the foreseeable future. 11. Enough talking: listen to it again. Now.
Bonus A Beatles lost epic
That's another reason we love The Beatles.
24: Simply Different
25: A Time to Think