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Revolver album for sale by Beatles was released Aug 09, 1988 on the Capitol label. Arguably the first psychedelic rock album, REVOLVER was praised for its musical experimentation--the Indian sounds of "Love You To," the Motown-inspired "Got To Get You Into My Life," the backwards guitar in "I'm Only Sleeping."." Tomorrow Never Knows" was the most radical departure from previous Beatles' recordings for its skeletal bass/drums propulsion enhanced only with tape loops (contributed by all four Beatles and added in the mix-down process), more backwards guitar, and an eerie John Lennon vocal. Revolver CD music contains a single disc with 14 songs. ...See Full Description
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this is the beatles at the top of the mountain looking down at the world with kaleidoscope eyes. REVOLVER is the pop masterpiece of all time. kudos to george martin and geoff emerick for their production of the boys inner minds....BRAVO
By tobigal (naples,florida)
It's the Beatles! Need I say more?
By a reviewer (Chicago, IL)
||Brilliant collaboration; a turning point in rock music|
The melancholy "For No One," the biting sarcasm of "She Said, She Said," and some of the best early psychedelia on one album is amazing. The creativity in Revolver is so good it's almost numbing, yet the melodies and vocals are as infectious as ever. A masterpiece. I first heard this album almost 40 years ago; it is as stunning as ever.
By garyloewenthal (Falls Church, VA, USA)
||Probably, the true beginning of psychedelia|
Here, the Beatles abandoned all pretext and simply made their music the way they like to make it. And with George Martin as their creative channel, they created their second best album (bested only by Abbey Road). Strong songwriting, new experimentation (for the time) that still sounds fresh today, and amazing musicality. What is more, this wasn't a "pop" album anymore; this was where Rock started being taken seriously as a form of art. And what better channel for that than the Beatles? The Beatles could have stopped making music after this album, and the effect it would have on people would still be the same. Definitely buy this album. It has some of the best Beatles songs period.
By Galen (Anchorage, AK, USA)
||Revolver...an excellent spin!|
"Revolver" was the initiating point where the Beatles began their musical paradigm shift that would fully blossom on "Sgt. Pepper". In addition to their classic rock sound, the Fab Four began to alter the sound...and very concept...of the rock and roll genre. George Harrison was coming unto his own as a gifted composer and integrated exotic Indian sounds into the band's musical template while Paul McCartney further expanded his classical horizons (begun on "Yesterday") with "Eleanor Rigby" and John Lennon's "Tomorrow Never Knows" broke the psychedelic boundaries with its tape loops and backwards instrumentation. I believe "Revolver" to be the first truly classic Beatles disc. After all, your bird may sing, but she can't begin to duplicate the exotic sounds found here.
By Will-T (Lawrencebrug IN)
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Revolver songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1108484|
|Release Date||Aug 09, 1988|
|Recording Time||34 minutes||